Honeywell 408 manuale d’uso

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    N9942-2V 2 4/04 Rev . A FBII Security System FBII Security System FBII Security System FBII Security System O O O O O O O O M M M M M M M M N N N N N N N N I I I I I I I I ® - - - - - - - - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 O O O O O O O O M M M M M M M M N N N N N N N N I I I I I I I I ® - - - - - - - - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 [...]

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    – 3 – Table Of Contents QUICK REFE RENCE ............................................................................................. 4 Arming t he Sys tem ............................................................................................ 4 Disarming t he Sys tem .......................................................................[...]

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    – 4 – Quick Reference Ar mi ng t he S ys tem Check to make sure the syst em is ready — Green READY LED is lit. Enter your 4-di git User Code (or press the ARM butto n on your keyfob). The ARMED LED goes on. Exit through a door designated by your insta ller as an exit/entry door . Disarming the System Enter through door desi gnated by your in [...]

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    – 5 – Quick Refere nce (cont ’ d) The following table li sts the “Quick Co mmands” av ailable with th is control . Keystroke Quick Command Keypads Description # 1 Quick A rm All keypads If syste m is re ady, al lows y ou to arm the sy stem witho ut requir ing y our User Code. Y our Us er Co de is alw ays need ed t o di sarm the syst em. #[...]

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    – 6 – Introduction Congratulations on your decisi on to protect you r home or bu siness with the OMNI ® -408 security system . You hav e chosen a reliable , state-of-the -art security system that is rema rkably easy to operate . Representative s from your local secu rity comp any, who can explain the specific s of your system, have pro fession[...]

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    – 7 – System Refer ence ZONE DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ENTRY TIME 1 DOOR EXIT TIME* ENTRY TIME 2 DOOR * Exit time is the same for a ll designa ted entry/ exit doors. The following SEND HELP ALERTS can be programmed in to your system. Both keys mu st be pre ssed at the sa me ti me to activ ate the alert. The keys you press depend on which type[...]

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    – 8 – System Reference (cont ’ d) OMNI- KP,OMNI- KP-US AND XK108 KEYPADS ALARM FIRE INSTANT BYPASS TRBL PAGE STAY SUPRVSN CANCELED CHIME BAT NOT READY PHONE TEST TAMPER NO AC OMNI-KP Fixed-Word Keypa d ALARM FIRE INSTANT BYPASS TRBL PAGE STAY SUPRVSN CANCELED CHIME BAT NOT READY PHONE TEST TAMPER NO AC OMNI-KP-US Fixed-Word Keypad XK108 LED K[...]

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    – 9 – System Reference (cont ’ d) USER ID ASSIGNED TO 1 (MASTER U SER 1) 2 3 4 5 6 Duress** * The Mast er User ca n add, chang e, or eras e other Us er Codes . ** If en abled, this User C ode will transm it a dures s sign al to th e centra l station . MONITORING STATION INFORMATION Account N o. Telephon e No.[...]

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    – 10 – System Operation You can ar m or disa rm the burg lar porti on of y our securi ty syste m. Before you can arm the syste m, it must b e “rea dy.” If you ha ve a protected d oor open , or if someone is moving in view o f a motion detector, the syst em wil l not display “ READY .” The system is ready if the READY LED is lit and t he[...]

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    – 11 – System Operation (cont ’ d) When the System is Not Ready If the syste m is not ready to be armed, the READY LED is off and the display indicate s which zone or zone s are not r eady. Determine which zone or zones ar e not ready, resolve the problem, and arm the system normally. I f the pr oblem cannot be resolved , you may bypa ss the [...]

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    – 12 – System Operation (cont ’ d) To Arm the System In Instant Mode and Stay Inside In IN STANT STAY mode, the perime ter portio n of your bu rglar alarm sys tem is armed , but the time delays are eliminated fro m your normal entry /exit door( s). All interio r protecti on is disarmed , so you are free to move aroun d inside. Check to make s[...]

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    – 13 – System Operation (cont ’ d) To Arm the System In Instant Mode In INSTANT mode, all alarm sen sors, including doors that normally have a delay to allo w you to disarm the syste m, will im mediately report an alarm if a ctiva ted. Che ck to ma ke su re the system is ready. When it is rea dy, pres s: INSTANT followed by your User C ode. W[...]

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    – 14 – System Operation (cont ’ d) NOTE: Bypassed zones are NOT pro tected when th e sys tem is ar med. After the bypas s comma nd has been ac cepted, th e keypad sounds one long beep, and the follo wing is displayed : LCD Keypad: BYPAS SED: Z N1 FRONT DOOR Fixed-Word Keypad : BYPAS S zone numb er disp laye d To Unbypass a Zone Pressing the B[...]

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    – 15 – System Operation (cont ’ d) If no a larms ha ve ta ken plac e, the ARMED LE D goes off, an d the display sh ows: LCD Keypad: SYSTE M READ Y Fixed-Word Keypad : READY LED lit If alar ms occurre d whil e the sy ste m was ar med, o r if a tr ouble condition exist s, the dis play shows: LCD Keypad: AL M MEM ZN1 FRONT DOOR Fixed-Word Keypad[...]

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    – 16 – User Codes Adding/Changing a User Code Users can be ad ded or ch anged directly at the keypad. Your system can have up to 6 differe nt User Codes. To add or change a User Code, press the following: Master User Code User ID (1-6) New User Code CODE NOTES: • User numb er 1 is a mas ter user and can crea te or modi fy other users. • Use[...]

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    – 17 – Paging Feature Your insta ller may have pr ogrammed your system to sen d messages with cer tain sy stem con ditions to y our pag er. A n explana tion o f those messages is p rovided below. Follo w-Me D ispla ys The display shown on your pager is "ACCTEXXX" where: "ACCT" is the 4-digit central station no. 2 account num[...]

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    – 18 – Paging Feature (cont ’ d) 1. Access pager nu mber pr ogramming by pres sing in sequence the [#], [5 ], and [8] key s. A n ac knowledgem ent ton e sounds to ind icate pager number prog ramming has been accessed . The [#], [5] , [8] c ommand is ac cessible only while the s ys tem is disar med an d the dialer, d ialer del ay, an d bell ar[...]

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    – 19 – Miscellaneous Commands Arm System ( Maid Code) If you choose to have a code that cannot disarm the system, but can arm the system, have your in staller program t his feature. If programmed , Use r Cod e No. 5 has sy stem a rming capabili ty only , and you can is sue this co de to a te mporary u ser so they can secure the premises when th[...]

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    – 20 – Miscellaneous Commands (cont ’ d) Quick Forced Arm Yes No If programmed by your installe r, Quic k Forced Arm allows you to arm the burglar p ortion of y our alarm system in the Away mode, bypas sing all zones tha t are not ready. To enab le Quic k Force Arm : Press [# ], [2 ]. A vali d Use r Code is st ill requ ired to disarm t he sys[...]

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    – 21 – Miscellaneous Commands (cont ’ d) The display will show: LCD Keypad: BYPAS SED: ZN1 Fixed-Word Keypad : 01 BYPAS S Set Time and D ate To se t the ti me and date, press [#], [3 ]. En ter 2 digits e ach for hour s, minutes, month, day, and year . hours (00-23) minutes (01-59) month (01-12) day (01-31) year (00-99) In order to ac know led[...]

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    – 22 – Testing the System System Test We recommend that you te st your system once a week using the following procedure: If yo ur system is moni tored, co ntact your cen tral sta tion be fore yo u perfo rm thi s test. 1. Arm your security syste m. 2. Wait until your exit time is over and then activate the system by opening a pro tected zon e (f[...]

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    – 23 – Recommendations on Smoke Det ectors With regard to the number and placement of smoke/hea t detectors, w e subscribe to the recommendati ons contained in the National Fi re Protection Association ’s (NFPA) Standard #72 noted below. Early warning fire detection is be st achieved by the installation o f fire detection equipment i n all ro[...]

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    – 24 – Emergency Evacuation 2nd FLOOR BACK FRONT floor_plan2-V0 BA TH CLOSET BEDROOM BEDROOM BEDROOM 1st FLOOR BA TH KITCHEN BEDROOM BEDROOM PORCH BA CK DOOR Estab lish and regul arly practi ce a plan of esca pe in the event of fire. The fol lowing st eps are recommended by t he National Fire Protect ion Associat ion: 1. Position your det ector[...]

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    – 25 – RADIO FREQ UENCY EMISSIONS STATEM ENTS FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMIS SION (FCC) Part 15 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject t o the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful i nterference, and (2) this device must accept any interf erence received, including interferenc e that ma[...]

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    – 26 – INDUSTRIE CANADA AVIS : L’étiquette d’Indust rie Canada identif ie le matériel homologué. Cette ét iquette certif ie que le matériel est conforme aux normes de prot ection, d’exploitation et de sécurit é des réseaux de télécommunications , comme le prescrivent les documents c oncernant les ex igences tec hniques relati ve[...]

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    – 27 – System Limitations While thi s system i s an adva nced-design secu rity syst em, it does not offer guara nteed protect ion again st burglary, fire, or o ther emerge ncy. Any ala rm sys tem, whet her comme rcial or reside ntial, is subject to compro mise o r failure to warn for a varie ty of reaso ns. For exam ple: • Intruders may gai n[...]

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    – 28 – System Limitati ons (cont ’ d) • Alarm w arning devic es such as sirens, bells, or h o rns may not alert pe ople or wak e up sleepers w ho are locat ed on the ot her sid e of clos ed or partly op en doors . If warning d evices sound on a different level of the res idence fr om the b edrooms, th en they ar e less likely to waken or al[...]

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    – 29 – Glossary AC/LB L ED : Yello w LED that, when lit, indic ates the system is running on electricity ; when not lit , indicates th e system is running on the backu p battery. ALARM : Sound from keypad o r other horn /siren indica tes a burgla r al arm, fire alar m, or other c ondition you should be alerted to. ARM LED : R ed LED in the uppe[...]

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    – 30 – Glossary (cont ’ d) CHIME FEAT URE : An optional feature that causes the keypad to ch ime for 1 second when selected door s are opened when the burgla ry protection is o f f or disarmed . Once programmed by your installe r, you can turn Chime on and off by press ing [#], [6]. DURESS : Dure ss is a system fea ture that you may have prog[...]

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    – 31 – Glossary (cont ’ d) SENSOR : The actual alarm sensor, detector , or device installed to de tect an intrusion, fi re, or enviro nmental prob lem. Examples in clude: door contact s, window contact s, motio n sensor s, glas sbreak sensor s, smo ke detector s, ra te- of-rise heat detect ors, te mperature sen sors, flood/ water senso rs, an[...]

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    ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Honeywell Int ernational Inc., acting throug h its Security & C ustom Electroni cs busines s ("Seller"), 165 Ei leen Way, Syosset, New York 11791, warrant s its security equip ment (the "produc t") to be free from defect s in materials and wor kmanship for one year from date of original purc hase, u[...]