Code Alarm | 4000 | FM4000 ALARM SYSTEM - Berkeley Guard Group

FM4000
ALARM SYSTEM
DETECTION ZONES
ZONE 1____________________________________________________
ZONE 2____________________________________________________
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
ZONE 3____________________________________________________
ZONE 4____________________________________________________
Panic
Fire
Detection zones
ZONE 5____________________________________________________
ZONE 6____________________________________________________
ZONE 7____________________________________________________
Full set
ZONE 8____________________________________________________
PANIC ____________________________________________________
Part set
FIRE ____________________________________________________
Off
EXIT TIME SETTING
minutes
seconds
ENTRY TIME SETTING
minutes
seconds
SIREN DURATION
minutes
PANIC FACILITY
Silent operation Audible operation
Tamper
Signalling
Alarm
Mains on
Low battery
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ARMING THE ALARM SYSTEM WHILST REMAINING ON THE PREMISES
3.
Key in your new 4 digit pin number twice.
The flashing indicators will now stop.
1.
Key in your 4 digit pin number.
2.
Press Part set key
3.
The indicators illuminate to show which zones are being armed.
To add or remove a zone, press the appropriate number key.
A flashing indicator means that a door has been left open.
If you make a mistake when keying in a number, press the Full Set key to exit and start again.
The number will not change until you have keyed in the same 4 digit PIN number twice.
4.
Vacate the protected area via your designated exit route.
If no key is pressed for 20 seconds the program mode is aborted and the panel will revert
to the original pin number.
5.
Wait for the exit timer bleep to stop. The system is then armed.
If the bleep does not stop, return to the panel to identify where the fault is.
If the detectors are not clear to set, i.e.. A door is still open, the affected zone
indicator will flash and will prevent arming until either the door has been
closed , or that zone is omitted.
When armed all zone and fault indicators will be extinguished.
ALARM MEMORY
Following an alarm the event leading to the alarm is stored in memory. At any time whilst
unset, the alarm display can be recalled in order to verify what occurred.
Press the full set button - The detector or fault which initiated the last alarm will be
displayed.
Pressing the Part Set button - Recalls the most recent event.
DISARMING THE ALARM SYSTEM
1.
Enter the protected area by the designated entry route.
2.
Go straight to the panel.
3.
Key in your 4 digit pin number.
If you do not disarm the system before the entry time has expired, the alarm
will operate.
PROTECTION WHILST YOU ARE AT HOME
If you have a portable panic button a full alarm will be initiated by pressing the Panic
button for one second. Refer to the rear page to see if your panic button has been
set for silent or audible operation.
The Part Set facility allows part of the system to be armed whilst you are at home.
For example detectors downstairs can be armed whilst you are in bed. Or a part
of the building can be armed whilst you are working in another part of the premises.
Pressing 0 returns the display to normal.
CHIME OPTION
If you require a detector to trigger a chime. i.e. To give an audible indication when someone
enters via the front door, you may set the sensor on that door to operate a chime.
To set or remove chime:
1.
Key in your pin number
2.
Press the 8 key.
The Full set indicator will flash.
3.
Press the number keys to select which zones will chime.
The zones with their indicators illuminated will chime.
The zones not illuminated will not chime.
4.
Press the Full Set key when you have set the desired chime zone
CHANGING YOUR PIN NUMBER.
You can change your 4 digit PIN number at any time by the following sequence.
1.
Enter your 4 digit pin number.
2.
Press key 7.
The full set indicator on the panel will flash.
3
4
Explanation of indicators on the control panel
9
Detection zones
10
11
Panic
Fire
PREVENTING FALSE ALARM
1.
When you are away from home with the alarm system armed, Dogs or Cats
must not be allowed access to rooms protected by PIR movement detectors.
2.
Always disarm the system immediately on entry and ensure that children or
pets do not deviate from the entry route until the system has been disarmed.
3.
Full set
3
Part set
2
When going away do not turn off the electricity supply to the alarm.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE ALARM OPERATES WHILST YOU ARE AWAY
The Siren will operate for a pre-determined time and then turn off to avoid noise nuisance.
The strobe will continue to flash until the system is disarmed.
The system will automatically re-arm after the siren has cut out.
To reset the alarm, if the alarm light is flashing, contact your alarm company. If the alarm
light is on constantly then enter your 'user code' followed by zero on the control panel. You
can now operate the system as normal.
USING THE 4174 REMOTE CONTROL
Full arm
Press the Full set button for one second.
Part Arm
Press the Part Set button for one second.
Disarming
Press the OFF button for one second.
Off
1
Panic Alarm Press the two outside (Off and Panic) buttons for one second. (Some
systems may be set to respond to pressing the Panic button only)
Signalling
8
Mains on
Tamper
7
Low battery
6
Alarm
4
5
Battery low indication - When operating the remote control the green status indicator
illuminates. If it fails to illuminate the battery is getting low. Replace the battery as soon
as possible.
Battery indicator
Off
1 Off
Illuminated when the system is disarmed.
2 Part set
Illuminated when the system is Part armed.
3
Full set
Illuminated when the system is Fully armed.
4
Mains on
Illuminated - indicates mains supply is present.
Flashing - is a warning that mains supply is disconnected.
5 Alarm
Illuminated - Indicates an alarm has occurred.
Flashing - An alarm has occurred and the system needs an
engineer reset. (Call your alarm company)
1
Panic (See notes)
Part arm
Full arm
4171 PANIC BUTTON
This operates in a similar way to the remote control except it has only one
button. To operate press the red button for one second.
6
KEYPAD TAMPER
If incorrect attempts are made to enter the pin number, a tamper alarm will
operate,
(Internal audible in daytime. Full alarm when armed).
TESTING YOUR ALARM SYSTEM
If your system incorporates an automatic telephone dialler going through to a
neighbour let your neighbour know you are carrying out a test .
If you have Police response via a Central Station connection, triggering the
alarm will not be acceptable to the Police.
6
Low battery Illuminated Control panel battery fault. (Call your alarm company)
Flashing with a zone indicator - A detector battery needs
replacing. Call your alarm company.
7
Tamper
8
Signalling Illuminated - A radio signal of a similar frequency is present for
more than 45 seconds. If it continues call your alarm
company. Flashing with a zone indicator - A detector
has failed to report.
(Call your alarm company)
Flashing on its own - The telephone line is not operational.
(If the line remains faulty call your alarm company)
9
Zones 1 to 8
Facility exists for you to test the detectors without causing a full alarm.
To select walk test:
1.
Key in your pin number
2.
Illuminated - The control panel or external siren has been tampered
or incorrect pin numbers have been entered
Flashing with a zone indicator - A detector has been
tampered with.
(Call your alarm company)
Press the 9 key.
3.
Walk around the building triggering each detector.
Each time a detector is triggered a chime tone will be generated.
On return to the panel, the zone indicators will be illuminated, indicating which
zones have been triggered.
Pressing the Off "0" key will clear the indicators.
PIR movement detectors have a 2 minute battery save timer. This means that
once it has sensed movement and transmitted its alarm signal, the detector
must see no movement for 2 minutes before it becomes active again.
Before testing PIR detectors ensure that no one has walked past them for 3
minutes.
A detector with a low battery will operate the internal audible alarm when
triggered.
To return the zone indicators to normal operation:
1.
Key in your pin number
2.
Press the 6 key.
In normal operation the zone lights indicate when a door is open and go out
again when the door is closed.
The panel will return to normal display next time you arm the system in any case.
TESTING YOUR OUTSIDE BELLS / SIREN
Facility exists for you to test the outside bells.
To operate the bells for 10 seconds:
1.
Key in your PIN number
2.
Press the 4 key
3.
The outside siren will sound for approximately 10 seconds.
5
If an alarm has occurred they indicate which detector first
triggered the alarm.
10 Panic
Indicates that a panic alarm has been operated.
11 Fire
Indicates that a fire sensor has operated.
ARMING THE ALARM SYSTEM WHEN LEAVING THE PREMISES
1.
Key in your 4 digit pin number. (Factory default is 1 2 3 4)
2.
Press Full set key
3.
The indicators illuminate to show which zones are being armed.
To add or remove a zone, press the appropriate number key.
A flashing indicator means that a door has been left open.
4.
Vacate the protected area via your designated exit route.
5.
Wait for the exit timer bleep to stop. The system is then armed.
If the bleep does not stop, return to the panel to identify where the fault is.
If the detectors are not clear to set, i.e.. A door is still open. The affected zone
indicator will flash and will prevent arming until either the door has been closed
or that zone is omitted.
When armed all zone and fault indicators will be extinguished.
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