4 Button Remote
WS4959 12-Function Wireless Key
[92] Wireless Keys #9-16 Partition Assignment
Default = OFF
OPTION ON
OPTION OFF
|______| Option 1
Key #9 Partition2
Partition1
:
:
:
|______| Option 8
Key #16 Partition2 Partition1
Operating Instructions
The WS4959 is the industry's first 12-function remote control. This
key will allow you to arm and disarm, control garage doors and security gates, as well as a variety of other remote functions. This is the
perfect remote to add to DSC's new garage relay module with integrated laser parking (RXL2-433) to control anything that can be
turned ON or OFF.
Step 3 - Program Function Buttons
Section [804], subsections [59] - [60]
Section [804], subsections [61] - [68] (RF5501-433 v5.0)*
[59] Partition 1 Wireless Key Options *[61] Partition 1 Wireless Key Options (RF5501-433)
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
3 0 Button 4 Panic
3 0 Button 4 Panic
:
:
[60] Partition 2 Wireless Key Options *[68] Partition 8 Wireless Key Options (RF5501-433)
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
3 0 Button 4 Panic
3 0 Button 4 Panic
For other options please refer to your appropriate receiver manual
Replacing the Batteries
To replace the battery, remove the top cover by inserting a coin into the slot
located on the bottom right corner and twist. Remove the screw at the
+
center of the board to expose the batteries. Replace both batteries with
Panasonic
Panasonic CR-2025 lithium batteries (see diagram).
CR2025
3V
Under normal conditions the batteries can last from 5 to 8 years. During
each button press the key will send the status of its battery to the control
panel receiver. If the battery is low the trouble light on the controls panel's
keypad will turn ON.
NOTE: The polarity of the battery must be observed, as shown in the diagram above. Improper handling
of lithium batteries may result in heat generation, explosion or fire, which may lead to personal injuries.
WARNING: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERIES ARE INSTALLED INCORRECTLY. REPLACE
ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. Disposal of used batteries must be made in accordance with the waste recovery and recycling regulations in your
area. Do not try to recharge these batteries. Keep batteries away from small children. If batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor.
Belt Clip Assembly and Mounting
Compatibility
RXL2-433, PC4164-433, PC5132-433,
RF5108-433, RF5501-433, NT9005-433.
Specifications
• 32o to 120oF (0-49oC)
• 5-93% RH
• Water Resistant
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Digital Security Controls could void your authority to use this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IC: 160A-WS4959 The term ‘IC:’ before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.
2 9 0 0 7 0 5 1 R0 0 2
©2005 Digital Security Controls, Toronto, Canada
Technical Support: 1-800-387-3630 • www.dsc.com
Printed in Taiwan
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
Operation of the WS4959
The small center button on the WS4959 is used as a level shift to
move from functions 1-4, 5-8 and 9-12.
1. Press and hold the center button of the WS4959.
2. Watch as the LED on the WS4959 changes from red to green to
amber and back to red. The RED LED indicates functions 1-4, the GREEN LED indicates functions
5-8 and the AMBER LED indicates functions 9-12.
3. When you see the appropriate color LED, release the center button. The LED will pulsate that
color to indicate that you are in the appropriate functions. Press one of the four buttons and the
LED will stop flashing.
NOTE: The WS4959 always defaults to functions 1-4 so it is not necessary to hold the center button to
access functions 1-4. If you are in Functions 5-8 or 9-12 the unit will 'time out' after 5 seconds if no buttons are pressed. Pressing and holding a key will continuously transmit that function.
The default functions are as follows:
Stay Arming
Press this button to arm your system in the Stay mode. All perimeter zones will be
armed, such as all window and door contacts, but the interior zones will remain
inactive, allowing you to stay on the premises without setting off an alarm.
Away Arming
Press this button to arm your system in the Away mode. Both the interior and exterior zones will be armed, allowing you to exit the premises.
Disarm
Press this button to disarm your system. You do not have to enter your access code
when you use the key to disarm the system.
Panic
Press this button to notify your central monitoring station of a situation requiring the
police, such as a break-in. NOTE: By default, the user must press and hold the but-
ton for 3 seconds to activate the panic function (requires a monitored account).
How to Enroll the WS4959
The following outlines the basic steps for programming and enrolling this device on PowerSeries
receivers. For additional options or for other receivers please refer to the specific receiver installation
manual.
Step 1 - Program Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
Section [804], subsections [41] - [56]
[41] Key #1
|____|____|____|____|____|____|
...
[56] Key #16
|____|____|____|____|____|____|
• Enter the 6 digits ESN located on the back of the unit to enroll functions 1-4 (Red LED mode)
• To enroll functions 5-8 (Green LED mode): add 1 to the ESN and program in separate subsection (e.g., ESN 612345 (+1) becomes 612346)
• To enroll functions 9-12 (Amber LED mode): add 2 to the ESN and program in separate subsection (e.g., ESN 612345 (+2) becomes 612347)
Step 2 - Partition Assignment (required if various modes operate on different partitions)
Section [804], subsections [91] - [92]
Section [804], subsection [69] (RF5501-433 v5.0)*
[91] Wireless Keys #1-8 Partition Assignment
*[69] Wireless Keys #1-16
Default = OFF
|______| Option 1
:
|______| Option 8
Partition Assignment (1-8)
Default = 01
Key #1 |______|______|
:
Key #16 |______|______|
OPTION ON
Key #1 Parition 2
:
Key #8 Parition 2
OPTION OFF
Partition1
:
Partition1
WS4959 12-Function Wireless Key
[92] Wireless Keys #9-16 Partition Assignment
Default = OFF
OPTION ON
OPTION OFF
|______| Option 1
Key #9 Partition2
Partition1
:
:
:
|______| Option 8
Key #16 Partition2 Partition1
Operating Instructions
The WS4959 is the industry's first 12-function remote control. This
key will allow you to arm and disarm, control garage doors and security gates, as well as a variety of other remote functions. This is the
perfect remote to add to DSC's new garage relay module with integrated laser parking (RXL2-433) to control anything that can be
turned ON or OFF.
Step 3 - Program Function Buttons
Section [804], subsections [59] - [60]
Section [804], subsections [61] - [68] (RF5501-433 v5.0)*
[59] Partition 1 Wireless Key Options *[61] Partition 1 Wireless Key Options (RF5501-433)
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
3 0 Button 4 Panic
3 0 Button 4 Panic
:
:
[60] Partition 2 Wireless Key Options *[68] Partition 8 Wireless Key Options (RF5501-433)
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 3 Button 1 Stay Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
0 4 Button 2 Away Arming
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
2 7 Button 3 Disarm
3 0 Button 4 Panic
3 0 Button 4 Panic
For other options please refer to your appropriate receiver manual
Replacing the Batteries
To replace the battery, remove the top cover by inserting a coin into the slot
located on the bottom right corner and twist. Remove the screw at the
+
center of the board to expose the batteries. Replace both batteries with
Panasonic
Panasonic CR-2025 lithium batteries (see diagram).
CR2025
3V
Under normal conditions the batteries can last from 5 to 8 years. During
each button press the key will send the status of its battery to the control
panel receiver. If the battery is low the trouble light on the controls panel's
keypad will turn ON.
NOTE: The polarity of the battery must be observed, as shown in the diagram above. Improper handling
of lithium batteries may result in heat generation, explosion or fire, which may lead to personal injuries.
WARNING: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERIES ARE INSTALLED INCORRECTLY. REPLACE
ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. Disposal of used batteries must be made in accordance with the waste recovery and recycling regulations in your
area. Do not try to recharge these batteries. Keep batteries away from small children. If batteries are swallowed, promptly see a doctor.
Belt Clip Assembly and Mounting
Compatibility
RXL2-433, PC4164-433, PC5132-433,
RF5108-433, RF5501-433, NT9005-433.
Specifications
• 32o to 120oF (0-49oC)
• 5-93% RH
• Water Resistant
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Digital Security Controls could void your authority to use this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IC: 160A-WS4959 The term ‘IC:’ before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.
2 9 0 0 7 0 5 1 R0 0 2
©2005 Digital Security Controls, Toronto, Canada
Technical Support: 1-800-387-3630 • www.dsc.com
Printed in Taiwan
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
Operation of the WS4959
The small center button on the WS4959 is used as a level shift to
move from functions 1-4, 5-8 and 9-12.
1. Press and hold the center button of the WS4959.
2. Watch as the LED on the WS4959 changes from red to green to
amber and back to red. The RED LED indicates functions 1-4, the GREEN LED indicates functions
5-8 and the AMBER LED indicates functions 9-12.
3. When you see the appropriate color LED, release the center button. The LED will pulsate that
color to indicate that you are in the appropriate functions. Press one of the four buttons and the
LED will stop flashing.
NOTE: The WS4959 always defaults to functions 1-4 so it is not necessary to hold the center button to
access functions 1-4. If you are in Functions 5-8 or 9-12 the unit will 'time out' after 5 seconds if no buttons are pressed. Pressing and holding a key will continuously transmit that function.
The default functions are as follows:
Stay Arming
Press this button to arm your system in the Stay mode. All perimeter zones will be
armed, such as all window and door contacts, but the interior zones will remain
inactive, allowing you to stay on the premises without setting off an alarm.
Away Arming
Press this button to arm your system in the Away mode. Both the interior and exterior zones will be armed, allowing you to exit the premises.
Disarm
Press this button to disarm your system. You do not have to enter your access code
when you use the key to disarm the system.
Panic
Press this button to notify your central monitoring station of a situation requiring the
police, such as a break-in. NOTE: By default, the user must press and hold the but-
ton for 3 seconds to activate the panic function (requires a monitored account).
How to Enroll the WS4959
The following outlines the basic steps for programming and enrolling this device on PowerSeries
receivers. For additional options or for other receivers please refer to the specific receiver installation
manual.
Step 1 - Program Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
Section [804], subsections [41] - [56]
[41] Key #1
|____|____|____|____|____|____|
...
[56] Key #16
|____|____|____|____|____|____|
• Enter the 6 digits ESN located on the back of the unit to enroll functions 1-4 (Red LED mode)
• To enroll functions 5-8 (Green LED mode): add 1 to the ESN and program in separate subsection (e.g., ESN 612345 (+1) becomes 612346)
• To enroll functions 9-12 (Amber LED mode): add 2 to the ESN and program in separate subsection (e.g., ESN 612345 (+2) becomes 612347)
Step 2 - Partition Assignment (required if various modes operate on different partitions)
Section [804], subsections [91] - [92]
Section [804], subsection [69] (RF5501-433 v5.0)*
[91] Wireless Keys #1-8 Partition Assignment
*[69] Wireless Keys #1-16
Default = OFF
|______| Option 1
:
|______| Option 8
Partition Assignment (1-8)
Default = 01
Key #1 |______|______|
:
Key #16 |______|______|
OPTION ON
Key #1 Parition 2
:
Key #8 Parition 2
OPTION OFF
Partition1
:
Partition1
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