SETUP. HAI 21A00-1 OmniLT, OmniLT | SETUP
The Setup menu is used to configure operating parameters, program your system to do its automated control and security functions, and give descriptions (names) for all of your zones, units, buttons, codes, temperatures, and messages. To enter the
Setup menu, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 9 (SETUP) key on the console keypad.
Upon entry to the Setup mode, you will first be prompted to enter a security code:
A Master or Installer Code is required to enter the Setup mode.
1=CODES 2=TIME 3=PROG
4=DIAL 5=ARM 6=MISC
Set Up Codes
There are 8 user codes that you may assign to users of the system. All OmniLT security codes are 4 digits in length (0001 to
9999). Each user should be assigned a security code with an authority level, and times in which the code will be valid. To set up a code, from the Setup menu, press the 1 (CODES) key. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the codes.
User Code 1 is always set to a Master code. The existing code number is not shown on the display. To change the code, enter a four digit number, then press the ' # ' key. Enter 0000 to disable the code.
Remember the code number. It will not be redisplayed.
Press the (
) key. You will then be prompted for an authority level for that code:
CODE X AUTHORITY: 3
1=MSTR 2=MGR 3=USER
1 = Master
Master codes have complete access to the entire system.
2 = Manager
Manager codes can arm and disarm the security system during assigned times. Managers can access the Main Menu if the system is in High Security Mode, and have telephone access privilege.
3 = User
User codes can only be used to arm and disarm the security system during assigned times. Telephone access is not a User privilege.
You can specify the access (on/off) times for the code, this is, the time periods during which the code is valid.
CODE X ON TIME:
8:00 AM MTWTF-- #=CHNG
5:00 PM MTWTF-- #=CHNG
The times and days are changed by pressing the ' # ' KEY. Choose the 1 (TIME) key to change the On or Off times. You will be prompted to enter the new time. AM/PM must be specified for the time if the AM/PM format is being used, otherwise the entered time should be 13:00-23:59. Each item defaults to its current value. Press the up arrow key to select Sunrise and press the down arrow key to select Sunset.
TIME: 8:00 AM
To change days, press the ' # ' key, then press the 2 (DAYS) key. You will be prompted to enter the day(s) that the code will be valid. Press 1-7 for Monday - Sunday, 0 for Never, 8 for Weekdays, and 9 for Weekends.
If you are forced to disarm the system against your will by an intruder, disarm it as you normally would, but use the Duress Code instead of your normal code. The system will disarm normally. No sirens will sound, no lights will flash, but the OmniLT will perform a silent dial out and say that this is a silent alarm.
To stop a silent dial out, turn your security system off by pressing OFF, then your code.
Set Up Time
To set up time and date, from the Setup menu, press the 2 (TIME) key. You will be prompted to enter the new time and date.
AM/PM must be specified for the time if that format is being used, otherwise the entered time should be 13:00-23:59.
Each item defaults to its current value.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME? (Are you currently observing DST)
DAY OF WEEK:
Set Up Programs
Your OmniLT can be programmed to do automated control and security functions on a time schedule or in response to an event occurring in the system.
The OmniLT executes programs:
Once at a certain time on a certain date (One-Time Program)
On a certain date every year (Yearly Program)
Repeatedly (Repeating Programs)
In response to an event (Event Button Programs)
You can also conditionalize programs so that they only run under certain circumstances.
Each automation "program" is a single step in programming automation in an OmniLT system. Each program must specify when that program should execute and an action to be taken. The program may also specify a condition that must be true for the program to execute.
Each program can be set up to execute at a certain time of day or on the occurrence of a particular event in the system. When this time or event occurs, the programmed action will be taken if, and only if, the specified condition is also true at that time.
The Program menu allows you to add, review, change, and delete automation programs. To enter the Program menu, from the
Setup menu, press the 3 (PROG) key.
1=ADD 2=SHOW 3=DELETE
1 = Add Programs
The 1 (ADD) key is used to add new automation programs to the system. When you press the 1 (ADD) key, the Edit Program menu is displayed which allows the various parts of a program to be specified - See Edit Program. You may edit each part of the program as specified under Edit Program. Press the ' # ' key at the Edit Program menu to show the newly entered program.
Press the ' # ' key again to save the program, or press the ' * ' key to return to the Edit Program menu to cancel entry of the new program and return to the Set Up Programs menu.
Once the new program is entered, the display will return to the Set Up Programs menu.
2 = Show Programs
The 2 (SHOW) key is used to review, edit, and delete existing programs. From the Set Up Program menu, press the 2 (SHOW) key. The display prompts you to specify which program to be reviewed.
1=CTRL 2=SEC 3=BTTN
4=ALL 5=TEMP #=EVERY
Menu 1 -
Menu 2 -
Programs for a particular control unit number
All Security related programs
Menu 3 -
Menu 4 -
Menu 5 -
Menu # -
Programs for a particular macro or event button
Programs for All On/Off functions
Programs for a particular Temperature zone
Displays every program
Selecting the 1 (CTRL) or 5 (TEMP) key will prompt you to specify the desired unit or temperature zone. These can be specified by entering the number, followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of items.
Selecting the 3 (BTTN) key will prompt you to specify the desired button number. These can be specified by entering the number, followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of items.
ENTER BUTTON #=MENU
Pressing the ' # ' key first will bring up a menu of event button types to select from:
1=CTRL 2=SEC 3=ZONE
4=ALL 5=ALARM 6=X-10
If there are no programs for the specified item, the console will beep three times and will display:
*** NO PROGRAMS ***
Otherwise, a help screen is displayed:
Press # to delete or displayed
The first program is displayed once the down arrow is pressed. The top line displays the time or button/event that activates the program and any condition that must be true for the program to activate. The bottom line shows the command to execute when the program is activated.
10:00 PM MTWTFSS &AWAY
6:00 AM 10/10 &NIGHT
The arrow keys are used to scroll through the programs. Pressing the ' # ' key while a particular program is displayed will allow that program to be edited or deleted. The display shows:
Press the 1 (EDIT) key to edit the selected program. The Edit Program menu is displayed which allows the various parts of the program to be changed - See Edit Program. Edit each part of the program as specified under Edit Program.
Press the ' # ' key at the Edit Program menu to show the newly edited program. Press the ' # ' key again to save the program, or press the ' * ' key to cancel edit of this program and return to reviewing the programs.
¾ Press the 2 (DELETE) key to delete the selected program.
3 = Delete All Programs
To delete All automation programs, from the Set Up Program menu, press the 3 (DELETE) key. The display will prompt you to confirm the deletion.
DELETE ALL PROGRAMS?
Select 1 (YES) to delete all automation control programs in the system. Select 0 (NO) or press the ' * ' key to return to the Set Up
NOTE: IF YOU CHOOSE THIS OPTION, ALL OF YOUR PROGRAMS WILL BE LOST PERMANENTLY.
The Edit Program menu is used to create an automation program.
1=WHEN 2=CMD 3=&COND
Selecting 1 (WHEN) is used to specify the time that the program is activated or the macro button (event) that activates the program.
Selecting 2 (CMD) allows you to specify the action to be taken when the program is executed.
Selecting 3 (&COND) allows a condition to be specified that must be true for the program to be executed at the specified time.
Each of these items defaults to its current setting for an existing program that is being edited, or to a default value for a new program.
For each program, it is only necessary to specify the time or event and the action to be taken. It is not necessary to specify a condition on the program if the action should be taken whenever the specified time or event occurs.
Edit Programs When
Selecting the 1 (WHEN) key, from the Edit Program menu, allows the time or button/event that activates the program to be changed. The display shows:
Selecting 1 (TIMED) sets the program to be activated at a specific time of day. You are prompted to enter the time and date or days of week. The current default value is shown for each item. Press ' # ' to accept the default.
12:00 AM 5/17
Select 1 (TIME) to enter the new time. If the desired time is the time in which sunrise or sunset will occur, press the up arrow key for sunrise, or the down arrow key for sunset before entering a time.
You may also choose to have the program execute up to 120 minutes before or after the time of sunrise or sunset.
1=BEFORE 2=AFTER #=AT
If the 1(BEFORE) or 2(AFTER) key is selected, you will be prompted to select the amount of minutes:
When entering a time of day, AM/PM must be specified for the time if the AM/PM format is being used. Otherwise the entered time should be 13:00-23:59.
Select 2 (DATE/DAY) to enter a new date or days of week.
Next, specify if the program will run once (on the specified date and then be deleted) or if the program will run every year on the specified date (yearly).
To change days, press the down arrow (DAY) key. You will be prompted to enter the day(s) that the program will be activated.
Press 1-7 for Monday - Sunday, 0 for Once, 8 for Weekdays, and 9 for Weekends, then ' # '.
Press the ' # ' key and the display will then return to the Edit Program menu:
1=WHEN 2=CMD 3=&COND
Button and Event Programs
Selecting 2 (BUTTON) from the Edit When menu sets up a program to be activated when a particular button is run or a particular event occurs. The user is prompted to specify the button/event that activates the program:
ENTER BUTTON #=MENU
A specific macro button may be activated by entering the button number followed by the ' # ' key, or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of buttons.
Pressing the ' # ' key first will bring up a menu of event button types:
1=CTRL 2=SEC 3=ZONE
4=ALL 5=ALARM 6=X-10
After the event button is specified, the display returns to the Edit Program menu.
Control Unit / Switch Press Event Buttons
This Event Button is activated upon the following:
• When the specified Unit is turned on or off
• When the top-rocker or bottom-rocker is pressed on a UPB, RadioRA, or ALC switch
• When a button is pressed on a UPB 6-Button or 8-Button Keypad
• When a button is pressed on a RadioRA Master Control
• When a button is pressed on a ALC 4-Button Scene Switch Module
Press the 1 (CTRL) key to select the "When Command" for a control unit event.
The unit may be selected by entering the unit number followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of unit names. Select the desired unit. Next, you are prompted to specify the event that activates the program:
0=OFF 1=ON 2=SWITCH
Press the 0 (OFF) key to select when the unit turns off or press the 1 (ON) key to select when the unit turns on (this program is executed whenever the unit is turned off or on).
Press the 2 (SWITCH) key to select only when the top-rocker or bottom-rocker is pressed at a UPB, RadioRA, or ALC Switch
(locally at the Switch) or when a button is pressed on a keypad.
0=OFF 1=ON 2-11=SW1-SW10
Press "0" to select only when the bottom-rocker (off) is pressed on the Switch. Press "1" to select only when the top-rocker (on) is pressed on the Switch. Press "2-9" (see the Corresponding Switch Table) to select when that button is pressed on a keypad.
Press the ' # ' key to enter your selection.
Corresponding Switch Table
Switch OmniLT UPB 6-Button Keypad UPB 8-Button Keypad RadioRA Master Control ALC 4-Button
1 or E
2 or F
Security Mode Event Buttons
Pressing the 2 (SEC) key allows you to select the event button that will be activated when a security mode changes:
0=OFF 1=DAY 2=NIGHT
After the security mode is selected, an additional menu appears which allows you to further specify the button. For example, you would like to activate a button when you arm the system into the 3 (AWAY) mode:
Any of these may be selected alone or in combination. As each item is specified, the menu is redisplayed with the updated event button description. Press the ' # ' key when done.
- Selecting 1 (DLY) allows the user to specify whether the event button is activated at the start or end of the exit delay:
1=START EXIT 2=END EXIT
When you specify that the event button is activated at the start of the delay by pressing the 1 (START EXIT) key, the mode is prefixed by "A-" for "arming into".
WHEN AWAY: (END OF DELAY)
WHEN A-AWY: (START OF DELAY)
When the system is armed in the Day (instant) or Night (delay) mode, buttons for the Day and Night modes are executed, respectively.
- Selecting 2 (CODE) allows you to specify that the event button is activated only when a particular code is used. You will be prompted to enter the code:
ENTER USER CODE:
You should enter the user code by entering the code number followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of code names.
WHEN C1 AWAY:
WHEN C1 A1 AWAY:
1=START EXIT 2=END EXIT
Zone Event Buttons
Pressing the 3 (ZONE) key allows you to select the event button for a zone activation event. You are first prompted to enter the desired zone number:
The zone number should be entered followed by the ' # ' key, or the arrow keys may be used to scroll through a list of zones. The desired zone is then displayed and you are prompted to specify the state that activates the event button:
WHEN Front Door:
0=SECURE 1=NOT RDY
All On/Off Event Buttons
Pressing the 4 (ALL) key allows you to specify an event button activated by issuing an All On or an All Off command, issuing a
Leviton Scene command, or issuing a UPB Link command. You are first prompted to specify whether the event button is for All
Lights On, All Off, Leviton Scene, or UPB Link:
If area arming is being used, you will be prompted to specify the desired area:
ENTER AREA 0=ALL
If Leviton Scene is selected, you must first specify the scene number:
Then select the specified command Off, On, or Set.
If UPB Link is selected, you must first specify the link number:
Then select the specified command Off, On, or Set.
UPB Link Triggers
When a program is created that uses “When Link On” as the trigger, the program will execute when a “Link Activate”, “Link
Goto” (as long as the result of the Goto command is not “0”), or “Link Fade Start” (as long as the result to the Fade command is not “0”) message is received.
When a program is created that uses “When Link Off” as the trigger, the program will execute when a “Link Deactivate” or “Link
Goto” (where the result of the Goto command is “0”) message is received.
Using HAI PC Access Software, you can create a program that uses “When Link Fade Stop” as the trigger. When this trigger is used, the program will execute when the “Link Fade Stop” message is received.
Alarm Event Buttons
Pressing the 5 (ALARM) key allows you to specify a event button activated upon the occurrence of an alarm. You are first prompted to select the type of alarm:
SELECT ALARM TYPE
The arrow keys are used to select from a list of alarm types:
Press the ' # ' key when the desired alarm type is shown.
X-10 Event Buttons
Pressing the 6 (X-10) key allows you to specify an event button activation upon receipt of an X-10 command from a source external to OmniLT. OmniLT can also respond to scene changes initiated at Compose keypads and dimmers. When a scene change is initiated, OmniLT can activate an event button program. You are first prompted to enter the X-10 house code:
You are then prompted to enter the X-10 unit code:
X-10 UNIT CODE:
Finally, you are prompted to specify the command that activates the event button:
WHEN X-10 A1:
After specifying the X-10 House Code and X-10 Unit Code, select 0 for Off, 1 for On, or 2 for Scene.
"Off" events will be activated whenever the selected device is turned off. "On" events will be activated whenever the selected device is turned on. "Scene" events will be activated whenever the selected device is set to the specified scene. "On" events will also be activated whenever the selected device is set to a scene other than off.
Miscellaneous Event Buttons
Pressing the 7 (MISC) key allows you to select a event button from a list of other event buttons. You are first prompted to select the event button:
WHEN PHONE DEAD
The arrow keys are used to select from a list of event buttons:
WHEN ENERGY LO
WHEN ENERGY MID
WHEN ENERGY HI
WHEN ENERGY CRIT
WHEN PHONE DEAD
WHEN PHONE RING
WHEN PHONE OFFHK
WHEN PHONE ONHOOK
WHEN AC PWR OFF
WHEN AC PWR ON
WHEN BATTERY LOW
WHEN BATTERY OK
WHEN DCM FAIL
WHEN DCM OK
WHEN CAMERA* (PA Access only)
*When a camera input (1-6) is pressed on an OmniTouch with Video. This item can only be programmed via PC Access.
Message Event Buttons (Pro-Link)
Pressing the 8 (MSG) key allows you to select an event button from a list of the 16 text messages. You are first prompted to select the message:
The message may be entered by entering the message number followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through the list of messages.
Pro-Link also has the capability to monitor the serial port for incoming text messages. When a text message is received, Pro-Link searches through all 16 text messages for a matching message. If one is found, the When Message Received event button corresponding to the matching message is activated.
Pro-Link determines that a message has been received when:
One or more characters have been received followed by 100 ms of silence
One or more characters followed by a carriage return character are received
One or more characters followed by a line feed character are received
It is not necessary to enter the terminating carriage return or line feed character as part of the message name.
Switch Press Event Buttons (CentraLite)
When a button is pressed on a CentraLite keypad, the "When Switch" program is activated.
Pressing the 9 (SWITCH) key allows you to select the "When Command" for a switch pressed activated event.
You are first prompted to enter the switch number:
Enter the switch number followed by the ' # ' key.
Edit Program Command
Selecting 2 (CMD), from the Edit Program menu, allows the commanded action for the program to be specified. The following menu is displayed:
After the command is specified, the display returns to the Edit Program menu:
Program Control Commands
Press the 1 (CONTROL) key to command lights and appliances. Specify the desired command - See Control.
If the selected unit is is configured to use the Compose Format, the second page of the menu is modified to allow Scene commands. Consequentially, the Level and Ramp Commands are removed from the menu.
4=SCN 9=TIM #=STA
If the selected unit is not capable of dim and bright commands, only a single menu is shown.
0=OFF 1=ON 9=TIM #=STA
If the selected unit is UPB, press 6 (LED) to control an LED on a UPB Keypad.
On the 6-Button Keypad: LED 1 is behind the “On” button, LED 2 is behind the “Off” button, and LED 3-6 is behind the A-D buttons, respectively. On the 8-button Keypad: LED 1-8 is behind the 1-8 buttons, respectively. For example:
WHEN U1 SW 3:
UNIT 1 LED 3 ON
This program illuminates the “A” button (on a 6-Button Keypad) when the “A” button on that keypad controller is pressed. This program can also be used to illuminate the “3” button (on an 8-Button Keypad) when the “3” button is pressed.
If the selected unit is UPB, the # (STA) key is used to request the status form the specified UPB device.
When “Link 1 On” is received on the UPB network, OmniLT sends a status request message to the UPB Wall Switch (named
Porch Light) to acquire its current status.
This “Status Request” program is particularly beneficial to keep the current state of UPB devices that are altered by a “lighting scene” (Link On or Link Off) command. When the Link On or Link Off command is transmitted by a 6-Button or 8-Button
Keypad Controller, each device that has that Link pre-configured will respond to its preset levels. At this point, OmniLT no longer knows the exact state of the units that responded to the specified Link command until the switch is pressed locally, the controller sends a command message to the device, or a Status Request message is issued to the device.
Unit Toggle Command
Using HAI PC Access Software, you can create programs to toggle any unit (1-36) from its current state to the opposite state.
When the program is executed, the unit will toggle to Off if the unit is currently in a non-off state (On, On for time, Level 1-100,
Scene A-L, Dimmed Steps, Dimmed for time, Brightened Steps, or Brightened for time).
When the program is executed, the unit will toggle to On if the unit is currently Off.
Note: If a unit is currently timed (On for time, Dimmed for time, Brightened for time, or Off for time), when the toggle program is executed, the unit will toggle to the opposite state and will defeat the timer.
This programming feature will simplify programming when using a button on a UPB, Compose, ALC, or RadioRA keypad to toggle a light on and off with the push of a single button. For example:
WHEN FRONT FOYER SW1 PRESSED: FRONT FOYER TOGGLE
Program Security Commands
Press the 2 (SECURITY) key to arm and disarm the security system, or to bypass and restore an individual zone. The following menu is displayed:
0=OFF 1=DAY 2=NIGHT
5=DAY INST 6=NIGHT DLY
Select (0-6) to arm the system into the desired mode or select the 8 key to Bypass and the 9 key to Restore a security zone.
Program Button Commands
Select the 3 (BUTTON) key to program a button to automatically execute. Specify the button to be executed - See Button
Program All On / All Off Commands
Select the 4 (ALL) key to program All Lights On and All Units Off commands. It is also used to program Leviton Scenes, UPB
Link, RadioRA Phantom Button, or CentraLite Scene.
If area arming is being used, the display will then prompt you for the area to control. Enter the area number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to scroll through a list of areas. Press the ' # ' key first to specify all areas.
Program Video Commands*
This program command is used to display video automatically on an OmniTouch with Video touchscreen when an event occurs.
You can specify which camera and which touchscreen(s) will display the video when the event takes place. When the event takes place, it switches each of the specified touchscreens to full screen video.
* This item can only be programmed via PC Access.
Program Temperature Commands
Select the 5 (TEMP) key to command thermostats, energy saver modules, and temperature sensors. Specify the desired temperature command - See Temperature.
Program Energy Cost
Select the 6 (ENERGY) key to command the energy cost rate. Specify the desired energy cost rate:
Program Message Commands
Select the 8 (MESSAGE) key to show, log, clear, and send text messages or say and dial voice messages. Specify the desired message command - See Message.
Edit Program Condition
Selecting the 3 (&COND) key, from the Edit Program menu, allows the condition for the program to be specified. This condition must be true when the program time or event occurs for the program to be executed.
The following menu is displayed:
1=CTRL 2=SEC 3=ZONE
After the condition is specified, the display returns to the Edit Program menu.
Program Control Conditions
Press the 1 (CTRL) key to specify that the program should only execute if a specified control unit is either On or Off.
The display prompts for the unit number:
Enter the unit number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the unit.
The unit is displayed and the display prompts for the state of the unit:
IF Porch Light:
Program Security Mode Conditions
Press the 2 (SEC) key to specify that the program should only execute if the security system is armed in a particular mode. Select the security mode from the following menu:
0=OFF 1=DAY 2=NIT 3=AWY
Next, select whether the system is considered in the specified mode during the exit delay:
INCLUDE EXIT DELAY?
Program Zone Conditions
Select the 3 (ZONE) key to specify that the program should only execute if a specified security zone is either Secure or Not
Ready. The display prompts you for the zone number:
Enter the zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the zone.
The zone will be displayed and you will be prompted for the state of the zone:
IF Front Door:
0=SECURE 1=NOT RDY
Program Time Clock Conditions
Select the 9 (TIME) key to specify that the program should only execute if a specified Time Clock is either On or Off. The display prompts you for the Time Clock number:
Enter the Time Clock number followed by the ' # ' key.
Next, specify the state of the time clock:
IF TIME CLOCK 1:
Program Other Conditions
Select the # (OTHER) key to select a condition from a list of other conditions.
Choose "NONE" when editing a program and choose not to conditionalize the program.
Choose "NEVER" if you wish to temporarily deactivate a program without deleting it.
Other conditions include:
IF ENERGY LO
IF ENERGY MID
IF ENERGY HI
IF ENERGY CRIT
IF PHONE DEAD
IF PHONE RING
IF PHONE OFFHK
IF PHONE ONHOOK
IF AC PWR OFF
IF AC PWR ON
IF BATTERY LOW
IF BATTERY OK
Set Up Dial
The Set Up Dial menu is used to configure all of the telephone related items for the OmniLT. To enter the Set Up Dial menu, from the Setup menu, press the 4 (DIAL) key. Use the arrows to scroll through the items. For each item, the top line displays a description of the item and its current setting. The bottom line shows the available ranges for your selections.
Phone numbers can be up to 24 characters long. The number is shown on the bottom line of the display. Press the OFF key to enter a ' - ' into the number. Press the DAY key to specify a pause of 2 seconds (shown as a "T" on the display). Press the
NIGHT key to enter a ' # ' into the number. Enter a single ' - ' for no number.
The Telephone Access item allows you to turn the local (in-house) and remote telephone control feature on and off.
If set to On, the OmniLT will allow local and remote telephone access as described in Telephone Control. If set to Off, the
OmniLT will not answer incoming calls ever, and will not work on the in house phones. Dial outs will still occur, and the system will operate normally when the OmniLT dials out.
If you do not have your OmniLT connected to a phone line, set Telephone Access to Off to keep the system from displaying
"PHONE LINE DEAD". The default setting for Telephone Access is On.
Answer Outside Call
If you do not want your system to answer outside calls, set this item to No. The local (in-house) telephone control features will still work, but the system will never answer an incoming call.
The default setting for Answer Outside Call is Yes.
The Remote Commands Ok item allows you to prevent any commands from being issued from a remote telephone.
If Remote Commands Ok is set to Yes, the OmniLT will allow all commands to be executed when called from a remote telephone. If Remote Commands Ok is set to No, then lights, appliances, and the security system cannot be controlled from a remote telephone that dials into your home.
You can issue commands from a local (in-house) phone with Remote Commands Ok set to Yes or No. The default for Remote
Commands Ok is Yes.
Rings Before Answer
Your phone must ring this number of times before the OmniLT will answer an incoming call to your phone.
To change Rings Before Answer, enter the new number from 1 to 15, then press the ' # ' key.
The factory default for Rings Before Answer is 8.
The Dial Type specifies the type of dialing used when the OmniLT dials out. If you do not have Touch-Tone service, then Dial
Type must be set to Pulse.
The default dial type is Tone.
My Phone Number
My Phone Number is the phone number that will be announced when the OmniLT dials out in the event of an alarm. It should be set to the phone number of the premises where your system is installed.
To enter phone numbers, press the keypad keys 0 - 9. You can put in a dash (-) for legibility by pressing the Off key. Press the ' #
' key after you have pressed all of the digits in the phone number.
For example, to enter the number 555-1234, press 555 'OFF' 1234 #.
Dial Out Number 1
Dial Out Number 1 is one of the 8 numbers that are stored in the system. In the event of an alarm, these numbers are dialed in the order that is set up in the Dial Out Order for the particular type of alarm.
Dial out numbers 1 - 8 have On and Off times and days, so that no time is wasted calling you at the office at night or on a Sunday if the alarm is activated.
For dial out number 1, you should enter your office number where you can be reached during working hours.
Enter the phone number the same way as described for My Phone Number.
You can cause the system to pause for two seconds between digits of the number by pressing the DAY key, which puts a T in the number. Multiple Ts for longer pauses are allowed. You can also press the NIGHT key (*) and the AWAY key (#) for symbols to get through some types of telephone or pocket beeper/pager systems.
If you wish to remove a phone number for a particular dial out number, press OFF then ' # ' (with the display showing a Dial Out
Number) to enter a single dash (-).
Phone numbers can be up to 24 digits.
DIAL OUT 1 ON
DIAL OUT 1 OFF
Dial out number 1 has two times associated with it, an On and Off time. The OmniLT will only call this number if the time and days are between the Dial Out 1 On and Dial Out 1 Off times and dates.
Press # to change the On and Off times - See Set Up Codes.
For example, if your normal work hours are 8 to 5 Monday through Friday, then set Dial Out 1 On to 8:00 AM MTWTF and Dial
Out 1 OFF to 5:00 PM MTWTF. With these settings, the system will call Dial Out Number 1 only if the alarm is activated on weekdays between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The default for Dial Out 1 On is 12:00 AM MTWTFSS, and the default for Dial Out 1 Off is Never, so that Dial Out Number 1 is always active.
The Time that was entered before setting an On or Off time to Never is saved, and will be redisplayed when a day is set in place of Never. Setting both the Dial Out 1 On and the Dial Out 1 OFF times to Never will make Dial Out Number 1 never active.
Dial Out Numbers 2-8
The default Dial Out On and Off times are the same as Dial Out Number 1.
The dial order is the order in which call all will be placed if an Alarm is activated.
You can have the system make up to 8 calls in the event of an alarm. You may chose from Dial Out Numbers 1 - 8. You can have the system dial a number twice (or more) which is suggested if you don't have a direct dial number at work, so that your company operator can find you, if you aren't at your desk, and have you alerted for the next call.
Up to eight numbers may be entered. Enter the Dial Out Order by pressing the keypad digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Dial Out
Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8, respectively. When you have entered the dial order of your choice, press ' # '. Enter a single ' 0 ' if no dial out is desired. The default Dial Order is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.
Set Up Arming
To configure different arming and disarming options, from the Setup menu, press the 5 (ARM) key.
The Entry Delay is the time, in seconds, that you have to turn off the alarm after entering your home. The entry delay only applies to the entry/exit zone (i.e. your doors). If you (or someone else) come in through a window, there will be no entry delay and the alarm will sound immediately.
When you come in through a door on an entry/exit zone, the other zones are delayed too. This allows you to get to your phone or console to turn off the security system, even if you have to go through a room protected by a motion detector.
Some doors (a back door or garage door) may be configured as a double or quadruple entry delay. If so, that door has two times or four times the entry delay shown on the display.
The default entry delay is 15 seconds. If you wish to allow yourself more time to get in and turn off the security system, you may set the entry delay between 15 and 45 seconds.
ENTRY DELAY: 15
The console will beep and the new entry delay will be displayed.
The Exit Delay is the time, in seconds, that you have to leave your house when you turn on the system. When arming the system in Day, Night, or Away modes, the system will wait this amount of time before arming.
The default exit delay is 15 seconds. You may change it from 15 to 180 seconds.
EXIT DELAY: 15
Audible Exit Delay
The Audible Exit Delay is an audible indication from the console beeper while the exit delay is in effect. During the last 10 seconds of the exit delay, the audible indication will beep twice as fast to let you know that you must leave at once.
The default setting for Audible Exit Delay is Yes.
When Entry/Exit Chime is set to Yes, the console(s) will beep once when a door on an entry/exit zone is opened, even if the alarm system is off. This lets you know when someone enters and leaves.
The default setting for Entry/Exit Chime is Yes.
When Perimeter Chime is set to Yes, the console(s) will beep once when a window or any other perimeter zone is opened, even if the alarm system is off.
The default setting for Perimeter Chime is Yes.
Enable Quick Arm
The Quick Arm feature allows the security system to be armed by pressing the desired mode key twice instead of having to enter your code.
The default setting for Enable Quick Arm is No.
Enable Auto Bypass
The Auto-Bypass feature allows the system to automatically bypass an open zone when the system is armed, rather than setting off the alarm. In some applications, it may be preferable to allow arming only if all zones are secure (READY).
With Auto-Bypass Off, all zones to be armed must be secure when the system is armed. Otherwise, the console will beep three times and display "ZONE NOT RDY". If the system is armed and a zone is open when the Exit Delay expires, the alarm will sound.
All On For Alarm
This option will instruct OmniLT to execute an X-10 All On command in the event that any type of alarm occurs.
Beep On Trouble
If the OmniLT detects any troubles with itself or one of the zones connected to it, it will display a message on the screen and beep the console twice per second, continuously (i.e. beep beep...beep beep...). You can silence this sound by pressing the ' * ' key.
However, if the trouble occurs again, the beeper will start beeping again.
If you do not wish to hear the beeping sound when trouble occurs, set Beep On Trouble to No.
The default setting for Beep On Trouble is Yes.
Set up Miscellaneous
To configure Miscellaneous items in the system, from the Set Up menu, press the 6 (MISC) key.
High Security Mode
In High Security Mode, the Master or Manager code is always required to do the following functions:
Any Control functions
Any Temperature Control
View the Event Log
Access the system from a local phone
With High Security Mode Off, no code is required to access a local telephone.
If your system is set up with High Security On, the display will request the Master or Manager code whenever you select one of these functions, even if the security system is Off. Simply enter your Master or Manager code.
Your system was shipped from the factory with High Security Off, which allows you to view the event log and access the local phones without having to enter a code. In most residential applications, this is appropriate. If you have a commercial installation, or would like added protection from unauthorized access to the system, you may wish to turn on High Security Mode.
If a Two-Way Audio Module is being used in a system, this item enables the system to speak the type of alarm and zone over a speaker on premises. When an alarm first occurs, the siren is activated. After a few seconds, the siren is turned off and the type of alarm is announced. The siren is then reactivated.
The default for Announce Alarms is No.
Enable Freeze Alarm
If there are one or more Thermostat or PESM in a system, they can also be used to detect a freeze condition - See Freeze Alarm.
The default for Enabled Freeze Alarm is No.
Flash For Alarm
You may enter one unit number that will flash On and Off continuously when the alarm is activated. This should be an outside light to alert neighbors and police to your property if the alarm is activated.
The default Flash For Alarm is Unit 2. You may enter one number for the unit number you wish to have flash, or ' 0 ' for none.
House Code Format
The House Code can be configured to use the Standard (Preset Dim Command), Extended Code (Level Command), Lightolier's
Compose Mode, UPB (open transmission format), Lutron’s RadioRA transmission format, HAI Lighting (HLC), or CentraLite transmission format.
HC 1 FORMAT: 5
HAI LIGHTING #=CHNG
To change format for the House Code, press the ' # ' key, and then use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of formats. Press the ' # ' key to select the desired format
Preset Dim Command (X-10, X-10 Pro, Leviton, PCS, etc.)
Extended Code Level Command (Leviton)
The default setting for HC 1 Format is 5 (HLC).
House Code All Off
This feature allows you to choose if the House Code will respond to the “All Off” command. Press the 0 key to select No and the
1 key to select Yes.
HC 1 ALL OFF: 1
The default setting for HC 1 All Off is Yes.
1. When configured, the House Code will affect 2 rooms of HLC lighting (i.e. HC 1 ALL OFF affects Room 1 and 2).
2. When the House Code is configured as UPB, RadioRA, or CentraLite, “House Code All Off” does not affect the state of the installed devices; however, if this setup item is set to “Yes”, OmniLT will change the status of all units on that House Code to “Off” (even though it doesn’t explicitly send an All Off command to those units). If the “House Code All Off” setup item is set to “No”, OmniLT will not change the status of units on that House Code.
House Codes All On
This feature allows you to choose if the House Code will respond to the “All On” command. Press the 0 key to select No and the
1 key to select Yes.
HC 1 ALL ON: 1
The default setting for HC 1 All On is Yes.
1. When configured, the House Code will affect 2 rooms of HLC lighting (i.e. HC 1 ALL ON affects Room 1 and 2).
2. When the House Code is configured as UPB, RadioRA, or CentraLite, “House Code All On” does not affect the state of the installed devices; however, if this setup item is set to “Yes”, OmniLT will change the status of all units on that House Code to “On” (even though it doesn’t explicitly send an All On command to those units). If the “House Code All On” setup item is set to “No”, OmniLT will not change the status of units on that House Code.
There are three time clocks in the system are used to conditionalize programs. They are used solely to define time periods during the week when certain programs should be enabled or disabled to execute.
TIME CLOCK 1 ON
TIME CLOCK 1 OFF
Specify the On and Off times for each Time Clock - See Set Up Codes.
TIME CLOCK 1 ON TIME:
For example, it may be desirable to conditionalize certain programs to execute only during a normal Monday - Friday 9:00 AM -
5:00 PM work week.
TIME CLOCK 1 OFF TIME
-- NEVER #=CHNG
The default for Time Clock 1 ON is 12:00 AM MTWTFSS, and the default for Time Clock 1 OFF is Never, so that Time Clock 1 is always Enabled.
TIME CLOCK 2 ON
TIME CLOCK 2 OFF
TIME CLOCK 3 ON
TIME CLOCK 3 OFF
Time Clocks 2 and 3 is entered into the system and set for time and dates exactly like the settings for Time Clock 1.
Latitude, Longitude, and Time Zone
The system automatically calculates the time of sunrise and sunset each day. Sunrise/sunset can be specified as the time a scheduling command is executed, as an enable/disable time, or as a darkness condition on a scheduling command or event button.
To enable the system to properly calculate sunrise and sunset times, you must enter your latitude, location north or south of the equator, longitude, location east or west of the Prime Meridian, and time zone.
These items should be set to the proper values for the location where the OmniLT is installed. The latitude and longitude for a particular location may be obtained from an almanac or map of the area. These values should be entered to the nearest degree.
The value entered for the time zone is the number of hours difference between local standard time at the OmniLT location and
Greenwich Mean Time. The following values should be used for the standard time zones in North America:
The value specified for longitude may be adjusted to correct for areas, such as Nova Scotia, where the local time differs from
Greenwich Mean Time by a non-hourly amount. The calculated time of sunrise/sunset will change by four minutes for every degree change in longitude. To cause the calculated sunrise/sunset to occur later, enter a larger value for longitude. Enter a smaller value for longitude to cause the time to occur earlier.
It is not necessary to alter the time zone to compensate for daylight savings time, OmniLT will automatically adjust its calculations for sunrise and sunset, and time when daylight savings time begins and ends.
LATITUDE N/S: 1
LONGITUDE E/W: 2
TIME ZONE: 6
OmniLT automatically calculates the day of daylight savings time each year. It also adjusts the "time of day" each time daylight savings time begins and ends.
To enable the system to properly calculate daylight savings time, a start month, start weekend, end month, and end weekend is set-up at the factory. You may change or disable this function if desired.
DST START MONTH: 4
FIRST SUNDAY #=CHNG
DST END MONTH: 10
DST END WEEKEND:
LAST SUNDAY #=CHNG
Set the value for DST Start and End Months to "0" if Daylight Savings Time does not apply to your region, or to disable this automatic time update feature.
The DST Start and End Weekend takes place on the specified Sunday (1-7) at 2:00 AM.
To change the DST Start or End Weekend, press the ' # ' key, then use the arrow keys to scroll through the list. Press the ' # ' key to make the new selection
Set Up Names
The system can be set up to display descriptive names such as "FRONT DOOR", "JOHN'S BEDROOM", or "PORCH LIGHT" for zones, units, buttons, codes, temperatures, and messages. These names are displayed instead of the zone, unit, button, code, temperature, or message number that is normally displayed. Zone and Message names may be up to 15 characters long. Each of the other names may be up to 12 characters long.
To enter the Set Up Names menu, from the Setup menu, press the 7 (NAME) key.
1=CTRL 2=ZONE 3=BTTN
4=CODE 5=TEMP 8=MSG
Select the item that you would like to name by pressing one of the keys. The current name for the first item (unit, zone, button, code, temperature, or message) is then displayed. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of names.
To enter a name, enter the two digit code shown in Table 2 in the Appendix for each character in the name, then press the ' # ' key.
Use the up arrow key to delete the most recently entered character.
ZONE 1: FRONT DOOR------
ZONE 1: FRONT DOOR
User buttons (Buttons 1-16) may be named. The names of the event buttons are fixed to a description of the event that activates the button, such as "WHEN Z1 SEC" or "WHEN AWAY".
Set Up Voice
The OmniLT can be set up to speak descriptive names such as "FRONT DOOR" for control units, zones, buttons, codes, temperatures, and messages. These names will be spoken over the telephone along with the item number that is normally spoken.
To enter the Set Up Voice menu, from the Setup menu, press the 8 (VOICE) key.
SET UP VOICE
1=CTRL 2=ZONE 3=BTTN
4=CODE 5=TEMP 8=MSG
Select the item that you would like to name with a voice description by pressing a key. The number for the first item (unit, zone, button, code, temperature, or message) is then displayed. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of voice descriptions.
To enter a voice description, enter the one, two, or three digit code shown in Table 2 in the Appendix C for each description
(word or group of words), then press the ' # ' key. After you have entered the complete description for each item (unit, zone, button, code, temperature, and message), press the ' # ' key twice. You may enter up to four descriptions (word or group of words) for each unit, zone, button, and code.
When Unit 1 is spoken over the phone, the OmniLT will say, "UNIT 1 - PORCH LIGHT".
Set Up Address
The final setup item is accomplished over the telephone. This is the address that the system says when it dials out in an emergency. Your voice will be recorded on computer chips in the OmniLT controller and saved to be played back in the emergency message when the system dials out for an alarm.
Pick up an inside phone and press the ' # ' key on the telephone within 3 seconds of picking up the phone. The OmniLT will respond with a menu. Press 8 on the telephone keypad, then 8. The unit will say "ADDRESS IS:" then the OmniLT will play back the message stored in the Address memory if one has been entered by your installer.
To record your address, Press 9, then enter the Master Code. The OmniLT will say "RECORD ADDRESS", then BEEP. In a normal tone of voice, say your name and address and any helpful information for locating your house.
"THE JONES RESIDENCE, 1234 JOHNSON STREET, CORNER OF JOHNSON AND THIRD STREET"
The unit will beep after 8 seconds, then play the address back to you. If you are not happy with the sound, re-record by pressing 9 and the Master Code. If you would like to hear the address again, press 8 for Play Address.
If you accidentally press 9 but have not entered your master code and do not wish to record a new address, simply hang up the phone. The address can be recorded from a local (in house) phone or a remote phone. We suggest using a local phone for higher sound quality.
¾ When the OmniLT says "record address - beep" any previous address recorded on your system is erased. Always verify that you have your name and address in your system if you have entered this function.
¾ When recording the address, do not press any touch-tone keys on your phone until the second beep, indicating that recording is complete. This will cause improper operation when the system dials out. The OmniLT will think that the tone is a code being entered by the called party and it will stop talking.
* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project