Honeywell VISTA-250BP manuale d’uso

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    K5895V5 4/ 09 Rev C V V I I S S T T A A - - 1 1 2 2 8 8 B B P P / / V V I I S S T T A A - - 2 2 5 5 0 0 B B P P / / V V I I S S T T A A - - 1 1 2 2 8 8 S S I I A A E E n n h h a a n n c c e e d d C C o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l B B u u r r g g l l a a r r y y P P a a r r t t i i t t i i o o n n e e d d S S e e c c u u r r i i t t y y S S y [...]

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    – 2 – Your Hon eywell sec urit y system is designe d for us e with devic es manuf actured or a pproved by Honeywell for use with your securit y system . Your Honeywel l securit y s y stem is not d esigned f or use with any de vice th at m ay be attac hed to your s ecurit y system 's keypad or other comm unicating bus if Honeywe ll has not [...]

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    – 3 – TABLE OF CONTENTS SYST EM OVERVIEW .................................... 5 General ....................................................... 5 A Partit ioned S ystem .................................. 6 Panel Link ing .............................................. 6 Zones .......................................................... 6 Fire Prot[...]

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    – 4 – Arm ing ...................................................... 43 Disarm ing ................................................. 43 CHIME MOD E .............................................. 44 Using the 9 Key ................................... 44 VIEW ING ALARM COMPA NY MESSAGE S ............................................. 45 General In[...]

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    – 5 – System Overv iew General Your Hon eywe ll security system con sist s of a main c ontrol pan el, at l east on e keypa d, and various se nsors str ategicall y positione d throughout the premis es. Th e sy stem off ers y ou thr ee form s of p rotecti on: bur glar y, fir e and emerg ency. The keypad p rovid es full c ontr ol of syste m oper a[...]

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    – 6 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) A Partitioned System Simply stat ed, a p artition ed syst em share s one phy sical alarm system among diff erent u sers, each with their ow n requ irem ents. For the mo st par t, you as a user n eed no t know a bout o ther u sers and their struct ure in the syst em, but from time to ti me, you may see disp lay [...]

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    – 7 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) Burglary Protection The bu rglary prot ecti on por tion of y our sy stem m us t be tu rned on or "arm ed" before it will s ense burg lary alarm c onditi ons. You r syst em provid es four mo des of bur gla ry prote ct io n: ST AY, AW AY, INST ANT an d MAX IMUM , an d even al lows y ou to BY PASS select[...]

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    – 8 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) Memory of A larm When an alarm cond ition occurs , the keypad disp lays th e num ber(s) of the zone(s) tha t caused the prob lem, and displays t he type of al arm (ex. FIRE, ALARM). It rema ins disp layed until i t is clear ed by disarming the syst em (see DISARMING TH E SYSTEM sectio n). Speed Key (Macros) The[...]

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    – 9 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) partitio n, or until 2 minutes has elapsed with no keypad activity. Entering your se curity code, pressing [ ✳ ] followed by [0] w ill retur n the key pad to it s original p artition. Master Key pad Operation A "Master " keyp ad is one on w hich th e status of all eig ht partiti ons is display ed si[...]

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    – 10 – About The Keypads General IMPO RTANT: If the ke ypad beeps rapi dly upon ent ering the prem ises, it ind icates that an alar m has occurred dur ing your absence. LEAVE I MMEDIA TELY an d CONTACT THE PO LICE from a safe loc ation near by. Your keypa ds allow yo u to control all syste m functions. The keypads feat ure a tele phone style (d[...]

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    – 11 – Functions of the Keypad 1 OFF 4 MAX 7 INSTANT READY 2 AWAY 5 TEST 8 CODE 0 3 STAY 6 BYPASS # ARMED READY 6160-00-002-V1 9 CHIME A B C D SPEAKER LCD DISPLAY FUNCTION KEYS LEDS IMPOR TA NT! W hen using the keypad to enter codes and commands, sequential key depressions must be m ade within 3 seconds of one another. If 3 seconds elapses with[...]

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    – 12 – Functions of the Keypad (cont’d) ALPHA DI SPLAY WI NDOW: A 2-l ine, 32-character Li quid Crystal Display (LCD) that disp lays p rotec tion po int identifi cati on and sy stem sta tus, m essag es, and user instructions. 1 OFF : Disarms the burglary p ortion of the sy stem, silen ces ala rms and aud ible trouble ind icators, and clears v[...]

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    –13 – Functions of the Keypad (cont’d) 9 CHIME : Tur ns on & off th e CH IME mode. When on, any entr y thr ough a protecte d delay o r perimeter zo ne while t he system is disar med w ill cau se a ton e to sound at the Keypad(s ). ✳ READY : When depresse d prior to arming the sy stem, th e keyp ad will disp lay all open protec tion z on[...]

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    – 14 – Entry/Exit Delays General Information Your sy stem h as ins taller -programmed tim e delays, known a s exit d elay an d entry d elay. When ever you ar m your sys tem, exit delay gives yo u time to leave th roug h the d esignated exit d oor w ithou t set ting off an alarm . Exi t delay begin s immedia tely after en terin g any arming comm[...]

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    – 15 – Security Codes and Authority Levels General Information At the tim e of install ation, y ou were assign ed an au thority level and a personal four-digit security code, known only to you and yours. The security code must be entered when armi ng and disarmi ng the system. The authorit y level de fines the system functio ns that you can per[...]

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    – 16 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) A uthorit y Lev els Author ity l evels defin e th e syst em f uncti ons a p art icular u ser c an p erform . Depend ing on th e auth ority a ssig ned to y ou, th ere are c ertain system func tions y ou may be p rohibit ed from perf orming . In su mmary , there ar e six authority levels, each[...]

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    – 17 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) General Rules on Authority Levels and Changes • A user ma y not de lete or c hange th e user c ode of t he SA ME or HIGHE R author ity than which he is assign ed. • A user may only ADD users to a LOWER author ity level. • A user may a ssign acces s code s only t o thos e par titi ons t[...]

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    – 18 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) To Add a User IMPORTANT: Te mporar y user s shou ld no t be sh own h ow to u se any sy stem func tion th ey do n ot ne ed to know ( e.g. byp ass ing pr otecti on zon es). CODE 1. Enter Master or Manager code and press t he 8 key. 2. Enter the new user' s 3-digit U ser Numb er (002-25 0)[...]

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    – 19 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) MULTI-ACCESS ? 0 = NO , 1 = Y ES If you as a user have access to other pa rtitions, the keypad w ill p romp t for a bility of this new u ser to access ( GOTO) thos e partiti ons. Pre ss 0 (N O) or 1 (YES). I f no, the sy stem activa tes this u ser cod e and exits “ Add a User” mode. If y[...]

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    – 20 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) PART. 1 A0* W HSE USER 003 AUTH =3G. When all parti tions h ave b een di splay ed, the keypad w ill scroll thr oug h the partiti on(s) t o which access ha s been assig ned, and will d isplay the us er number, auth ority lev el and global arm op tion fo r each. The “G” aft er the author i[...]

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    – 21 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) To Delete a User CODE 1. Enter Master or Manager code and press t he 8 key + user number to be delet ed. 2. Enter Master or Manager code first entered. OK TO D ELE TE 0 = NO , 1 = Y ES The sy stem will rec ogniz e tha t the U ser n umber is alread y in use and will prompt to c onfirm th at i[...]

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    – 22 – Accessing Other Partitions To A ccess another Partition Eac h key pad is assi gned a defa ult partit ion for di spl ay pu rpose s, a nd wil l sho w o nly t hat pa rt ition' s in form atio n. Bu t, i f th e us er is au thor ized, a keypad i n one partit ion can be us ed to perfo rm system functions in other partition s by using the G[...]

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    – 23 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) Global A rming Notes: • When per form ing a Gl obal A rm, if th ere are f aults in any of th e selec ted partit ions, th e syst em wil l enter a Su mmar y Mode. Faulted zones in all the sele cted p art ition s will be dis pla yed. T hese fault s must be co rre cted or bypas sed. This Sum ma ry Mode[...]

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    – 24 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) The fol lowing is an example of what would be dis played for a fault conditio n on Zon e 002 (L oading Dock Window ) on Parti tion 1 ( Wareh ous e) when loggin g on fr om a k eypad on Parti tion 9: W HSE DISARMED HIT ✴ FOR FAULTS This is the normal d isplay that app ears at Partition 1's keyp [...]

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    – 25 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) Common Lobby Operation When an inst allati on consis ts of a par tition th at is sh ared by user s of other partition s in a bu ilding, the sha red par tition may be a ssign ed as a “c ommon lobby” partiti on for th e sy stem. An exampl e of this m ight b e in a medic al building wher e ther e ar[...]

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    – 26 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) How User Codes A ffect the Common Lobby Codes w ith “ Global” A rm ing If your code is g iven “glob al arming” when i t is defi ned, the sy stem display s a prompt t hat allows you to pick and choos e the partitio ns to be armed or disarm ed. This el iminat es the “autom atic ” opera tion[...]

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    – 27 – Accessing Other Panels If the u ser is auth orized , a k eypad in one p anel can b e used to per form system func tions in oth er pan els by u sing one of the pan el linkin g method s describe d below. Not e that only users 001 to 050 can be authorized to access other panels. The sy stem provid es th ree m odes to acce ss other “lin ke[...]

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    – 28 – Accessing Other Panels (cont’d) Multi-Partition Multi-Panel Mode To acces s the mul ti-partiti on multi pan el mode, p erform th e follow ing step s: 1. Enter your security code + # + 8 + 8 2. The keyp ad di splay s the f ollowin g: PANELnn 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 STATUS x x x x x x x x where “n n” = pan el id # (01-08) , “1234567 8” a[...]

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    – 29 – Accessing Other Panels (cont’d) NOTES: When per form ing any of the arm ing com mand s, if there ar e fau lts in any of the parti tions, none of the p artitions will arm . These f aults must b e corrected or bypass ed befor e attemp ting to arm. When p erfor ming either a STA Y or IN STAN T arm comman d th e syst em always arm in m ode[...]

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    – 30 – Accessing Other Panels (cont’d) Press 0 to exit mode. After a f ew s econds, th e key pad display s the statu s of the origin al partiti on of the orig inal pan el for th e keyp ad. Als o, this m ode will end in appr oximat ely 120 second s if no keys ar e pres sed. NOTES: When per form ing any of the arm ing com mand s, if there ar e [...]

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    – 31 – Checking For Open Zones Using the ✳ ✳ ✳ ✳ READY Key Befor e arming your sy ste m, all prot ected doors , win dows and other p rotec tion zones m ust be c los ed or b ypa ssed (s ee B YPAS SING secti on). Oth erwis e th e keypad w ill disp lay a "N ot Ready " messag e. Usin g the READY key wi ll display all z ones tha t [...]

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    – 32 – Displaying All Zone Descriptors Using the ✳ ✳ ✳ ✳ READY Key The Alp ha Keyp ads can also disp lay all the zo ne descript ors tha t are programmed in your system. Th e abbrevia ted inst ructions for the R EADY key will appear fir st, foll owed by the zon e descript ors. Disp layin g all descrip tor s is u sefu l when you n eed to [...]

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    – 33 – Bypassing Protection Zone s Using the 6 BYP A SS Key T h i s k e y i s u s e d w h e n y o u w a n t t o a r m y o u r s y s t e m w i t h o n e o r m o r e z o n e s intentio nally unpro tected . Bypassed z ones are unprotecte d and will not cause an alarm when violated w hile your sy stem is armed. A ll bypasses are removed w hen an OF[...]

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    – 34 – Bypassing Protection Zone s (cont’d) 2. BYPASS 007 FRONT UPSTAIRS BEDROOM Typical by pass mes sage In a few mo ments, all o pen zone s will be displ ayed along wi th the word BY PASS. W ait for thes e zones to be display ed befor e arming. Ar ming the syste m before bypassed zone s are displayed elim inates all bypasses. 3. DISARMED BY[...]

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    – 35 – Bypassing Protection Zone s (cont’d) To use the Group Bypass feature: BYPASS 1. Enter your s ecurity cod e and press 6 then p ress ✳ then en ter th e group numbe r (01-15). 2. BYPASS 007 FRONT UPSTAIRS BEDROOM Typical by pass mes sage In a few mo ments, all the zones in the group will be displayed along with the word BYPASS. Wai t fo[...]

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    – 36 – Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Delay ON) Using the 3 STAY key Use thi s key w hen you are stayin g home, bu t mig ht expect some one to u se the en tranc e door later. When arm ed in STAY m ode, th e syst em will soun d an al arm if a pr otect ed door or win dow is op ened, but y ou may otherw is e move f reely thr oughou t the premis[...]

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    – 37 – Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Dela y ON) (cont’d) Au t o -S T AY Ar m in g Auto- stay all ows th e syst em to au toma tically bypass c ertain zon es if up on arming none of th e entry /exit z ones ar e faul ted dur ing the exit del ay time ( no one ex its th e pr emi ses). The system prov ides an op tion t o se t each burglar y zon[...]

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    – 38 – Arming Perimeter Only (With Entr y Delay OFF) Using the 7 INSTANT Key Impor tant: If you are using a Symphony (Advance d User Interfa ce), NIGHT mode is t he same as INSTANT. Use th is key wh en you ar e stayin g hom e and do n ot exp ect any one to u se the entranc e d oor. When arm ed in INS TANT mod e, the syst em will sou nd an alarm[...]

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    – 39 – Arming All Protection (With Ent ry Delay ON) Using the 2 AW AY K e y Use th is key w hen n o one will be staying on th e pre mises. When arm ed in AWAY m ode, the sy stem w ill soun d an alarm if a p rotected door or wi ndow i s open ed, or if any mov em ent is d ete cted in sid e the pr emi ses. You m ay leav e throu gh th e entr ance d[...]

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    – 40 – Arming All Protection (With Entr y Delay OFF) Using the 4 MA XIMUM Key Use this k ey wh en the p remise s will be v acant for extend ed period s of tim e such as v aca tions , etc., or w hen n o one wi ll be m oving throug h pro tected interior are as. When armed in MA XIMUM mod e, the system w ill sound an alarm if a prot ected d oor or[...]

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    – 41 – Quick Exit Using the # + 9 Ke y s The Quic k Exit f eatur e all ows you to exi t the arm ed par tition wi thout h avin g to disar m and then r earm th e partit ion. To Quick Ex it the premi ses: 1. Press the # k ey and then press the 9 key . 2. The sy stem w ill sou nd the ex it beep s, if enabled, and w ill give y ou the prog rammed exi[...]

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    – 42 – Disarming and Silencing Al arms Using the 1 OFF Key The O FF key i s used to disarm the system an d to s ilence al arm and troubl e sounds. See "SUMMAR Y OF AUDIBLE NOTIFICATION" section for information which w ill help you t o disting uish between FIRE and BURGLARY alarm sounds. IMPO RTANT: If you return and the m ain bur glar[...]

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    – 43 – Using the Keyswitch General Your system m ay be equip ped with a keysw itch f or us e when ar ming and disarmi ng a partition. A red and green l ight on the ke yswitch plate i ndicate the st atus of you r syst em as f ollow s: Green Light: Ligh ts wh en th e sy stem is disarmed and ready to be armed ( no op en z ones). If th e sys tem i [...]

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    – 44 – Chime Mode Using the 9 Key Your system can b e set t o aler t you to th e openin g of a door or win dow whil e it is di sarm ed by u sing CHIME mod e. When activ ated, three tone s will soun d at the K eyp ad when ever a p rotec ted per ime ter d oor or wind ow is open ed, an d the N ot Read y mes sage will be di splay ed. Pre ssing the [...]

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    – 45 – Viewing Alarm Company Messages General Information User s of the sy stem may periodic ally r eceiv e mes sages on their displ ay screen s from th eir moni tori ng agen cy or insta ller. When a messag e is w aitin g to be vi ew ed, the m essag e sh own b elow w ill app ear. MESSAG E. PRES S 0 FOR 5 SECS. 1. Press and ho ld down 0 key for [...]

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    – 46 – Panic Keys (For Manually Activat ing Silent and/Or Audible Alarm s) Using Panic Key s Your syst em may have been progr amm ed t o use sp ecia l key c ombin ations to manually ac tivate panic functi ons. The functio ns that might be programmed are Silent Emer gency, Audible Emergency, Persona l Emergency, and Fire. See your install er for[...]

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    – 47 – Speed Key (Macros) General Information The “A”, “B ”, “C”, an d/or “D ” keys can b e used to ac tivate a string of comman ds u p to 3 2 key strok es e ach. Thes e comm and s are kn own a s a ma cro and are stor ed in the sys tem’ s memory . Typ ical Sp eed K ey fun ction s inclu de: • Arming sequences that involve fir[...]

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    – 48 – Speed Key (Macros) (cont’d) Executing To ex ecut e a Spe ed Key sequ ence, d o th e follow ing: If a lett ered key , A-B- C has b een a ssign ed as a S peed Key , pre ss and h old down the app ropriate k ey (about 2 seconds). If a user code i s required f or any part of the Speed Key s equenc e, the fol lowing prom pt app ears. Oth erw[...]

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    – 49 – Access Door Control General Information Yo ur syste m ma y be set up su ch th at a loc ked a ccess doo r (suc h as i n a lob by) can be unloc ked momen tarily or for a specif ic period of time, using a keypad command. Ask your installer if this has b een done in our sy stem. Executing There are s everal entr ies th at can be en tered at [...]

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    – 50 – Using #70 Relay Menu Mode General Information Your system m ay be s et up so that cer tain lig hts or other d evic es can b e turned on or off by using the #70 comm and fr om either a key pad or a telephon e key pad (if 4286 VIP modul e is used) . Ask y our install er if this ha s been don e in your syst em. To activate rel ays from a ke[...]

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    – 51 – Using Schedules Delaying the Closing Time Your sy stem 's prog ramm ed sched ules m ay au tomati cally arm the sys tem a t a predet ermin ed t ime. I n the event a user must stay o n the p remi ses la ter th an usual, users with maste r or manager authority levels can manually delay the automati c arming (closing) time up to 2 hours[...]

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    – 52 – Using Schedules (cont’d) Programming Temporary Schedules Te mpora ry sc hedu les o nly affe ct the pa rtit ion fr om w hich it is enter ed. Temporary schedul es can be reu sed at lat er dates simply by scrolling (by pressing # ) to the DAYS? prompt (described belo w) and activating the appropriate da ys. This should be cons idered when[...]

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    – 53 – Using Schedules (cont’d) DAYS ? MTW TF SS HIT 0-7 X X This is the prom pt tha t actu ally activ ates th e temp orary schedul e, and allow s the t empor ary schedule t o be cust omized to a part icular week's need s. To selec t the day s which are to be activated , enter the des ired nu mber 1-7 (M onday = 1). An "X" will[...]

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    – 54 – Programming Device Timers General Information D e v i c e t i m e r s c o ns i s t o f a n O N t i m e & a n O F F ti m e , a n d s e l e c t e d d a y s o f t he week in whic h they are active. Ther e are u p t o 20 ti mers that c an be u sed to control vari ous d evices, s uch as light s or applian ces. Y our insta ller will hav e [...]

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    – 55 – Programming Device Timers (cont’d) 00 ON T IME ? 00:00 PM Enter th e time y ou wan t the devic e turn ed on usi ng 00: 01 - 11 :59 fo rmat . When the dis play show s the d esir ed tim e, p ress th e * key t o move to the AM /PM field. Press any key 0-9 to ch ange the AM/ PM ind icati on. Enter 00: 00 if th is timer i s not b eing u sed[...]

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    – 56 – Programming Device Timers (cont’d) Randomize Output Device Times Devic es in you r syst em m ay be se t for a ran dom sc hedu le, wher eby th ey wil l turn on and off at diff erent t imes e ach d ay. Thi s is us eful w hen goin g on vacati on and y ou desir e the tur ning on and off of the ligh ts to th e give th e appearan ce of someo[...]

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    – 57 – Using #77 Instant Activation Mode The #77 Instan t Activa tion Mod e is u sed to ac tivat e output s, byp ass zone s, etc. imm ediately u pon ex itin g the #77 Mode. The ac tions that may be activated are relay comman ds, arm/disarm comman ds, zone byp assing commands, and open/close access conditions. Relay Commands Action Code Action S[...]

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    – 58 – Using #77 Instant Activation Mode (cont’d) Bypass Commands Activation times 1 (Beginning), 2 (End), 3 (Du ring) are the on ly val id cho ices for bypass commands. If 3 (During) is se lected for auto-b ypassing, the system bypa sses th e zon e(s) sp ecifi ed on a p articu lar zon e list at the beginn ing of th e wind ow a nd u nbypass e[...]

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    – 59 – Using #77 Instant Activation Mode (cont’d) A dditional Commands Action Code Action Specifier 77 Acces s Point Gr oup En able Group # 78 Acces s Point G roup D isable Group # To enter the Instant Activation Mode: Enter your security code, then press the [#] key follo wed by 77. ACTIO N ? Enter the code for the desire d action. Th e acti[...]

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    – 60 – Event Log Procedures General Information The sy stem has th e abili ty t o record variou s ev ents in a hist ory l og wh erein each event i s r ecord ed in one of fiv e categ ories ( listed below ), wi th the time and date of its oc curren ce. Th e Ev ent Log holds up to 100 0 even ts, with the o ldest ev ent being repl aced by th e log [...]

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    – 61 – Event Log Procedures (continued) ALARM EVENT LOG Displa ys time and date for zones t hat has either caus ed an al arm or has b een restor ed in the s elected par tition. CHECK EVENT LO G Displa ys time and date for zones t hat has caus ed a trou ble or super visory c onditi on in the selected partition. BYPASS EVE NT LOG Displa ys time a[...]

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    – 62 – Testing the System (To Be Conducted W eekly) Using the 5 TEST Key The TEST key put s your system in to T est mod e, wh ich allow s each p rotec tion point to b e check ed for pr oper op erat ion. 1. Disarm the system and close all protected window s, doors, etc. READY should be displa yed. TEST 2. Ente r your security code and press the [...]

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    – 63 – Fire Alarm System Your fire alarm system (if installe d) is on 24 hours a day, prov iding continuous protecti on. In the even t of a n emerg ency, th e smoke a nd h eat detect ors autom atical ly send signals to your Control, trigge ring a loud interr upting sound from the ke ypad and th e optional exterior so unders. FIRE appea rs at yo[...]

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    – 64 – Trouble Conditions Typical Trouble Displ ays The wor d CHECK or TR BL on the Keyp ad's displ ay, accompan ied by a rapid "beepin g" at the K eyp ad, in dicates th at ther e is a troubl e condi tion in th e system . To silence th e beeping sound for tr ouble c ondit ions, pr ess any key. • A display of “CHECK” or “T[...]

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    – 65 – Trouble Conditions (cont ’d) • A display of " SYST EM LO BAT ", accomp anied by a once per minute "beeping " at th e Keyp ad ind icates that a low system batter y condi tion exists. CALL FOR SERVICE IMMEDIATELY. • A display of " LO BAT " and a zone descr iptor, accom panied by a once per minute "b[...]

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    – 66 – Recommendations for Proper Protection The following recommendations for the location of fire and burglary detection devices help provid e proper coverage for the protect ed premises. Recommendations for Smoke and Heat Detectors With r egard to th e num ber and p lacemen t of sm oke/h eat detec tor s, we s ubscrib e to the recom menda tio[...]

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    – 67 – Recommendations for Proper Protection (cont’d) In additi on, we re com mend the fo llowin g:  Instal l a sm oke de tect or insid e ev ery bed room wher e a sm oker sleep s.  Install a sm oke d etector in side bedr ooms wh ere el ectrical appli ances ( such as p ortable heaters, air conditione rs or humidifiers) are used.  Inst[...]

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    – 68 – Emergency Evacuation Establi sh and regul arly p ractic e a pl an of escap e in th e ev ent of f ire. The f ollow ing step s ar e recom mend ed by th e Nati onal Fir e Pr otecti on A ssociati on: 1. Posi tion you r detec tor or y our int erior an d/or exter ior sou nd ers so that they can be heard by all oc cupants. 2. Deter mine tw o m [...]

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    – 69 – Maintaining Your System Taking Care of Your Sy stem The c ompon ents of your secur ity syst em are d esig ned to be a s fre e of maint enanc e as po ssible. Howev er, ther e ar e some thin gs you c an do t o mak e sure that your system is i n reliable workin g conditi on. 1. Test y our sy stem w eekly. 2. Test the syst em after any alarm[...]

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    – 70 – Maintaining Your System (cont’d ) Silencing Low Battery Warning Tones at the Keypad The key pad’s w arning tones c an be sil enced by perf orming an OFF sequ enc e (cod e plu s OFF k ey) , bu t the K eypad' s low ba ttery m essag e display will remain on as a remin der t hat you h ave a low ba tter y conditi on in one or more of[...]

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    – 71 – Quick Guide to System Functions FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS Check Zon es Press [ ✱ ]. To view faulted zone s when is system not ready Display All Descrip tors Press and hold [ ✱ ] for 5 sec onds. Display s all alpha descriptor s programmed by install er. Arm System Enter code. Press arming key desire d (AWAY, STAY, INSTANT, MAXIM UM)[...]

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    – 72 – Quick Guide to System Functions (cont’d ) FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS Delete a User Enter master/manag er code. Press CODE [8]. Enter user no. to be deleted. Enter master/m anager code. Press 1 (Y es) at prompt. Master & M anager level u sers can delete u sers. A user can on ly be delet ed by a us er with hig her authority lev el. [...]

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    – 73 – Summary of Audible Notifica tion (Alpha Display Keypads) SOUND CAUSE DISPL A Y LOUD, INTERRUP TED* Keypad & External FIRE AL ARM FIRE is displayed; descriptor of zone in alarm is displayed. LOUD, CONTINUOUS* Keypad & External BURGLARY/ AUDIBLE EME RGENCY ALARM AL AR M i s displayed; descript or of zone in alarm is also displayed.[...]

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    – 74 – FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS The user shall not m ake any change s or mo dification s to the equip ment unle ss authoriz ed by the Ins tallation Instructions or User's Manual. Unauthoriz ed changes or modificat ions could void the user' s authority to operate the eq uipment. FCC CLASS B STATEMENT This equ ipment[...]

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    – 75 – “FEDERAL COMM UNICATIONS COMM ISSION (FCC) Pa rt 68 NOT ICE This equipm ent com plies with Part 68 of the FCC r ules. On the f ront cover of this equipm ent is a label that c ontains , among other inform ation, the FCC registrat ion num ber and ringer equivalenc e number (REN) f or this e quipm ent. If reques ted, this inform ation m u[...]

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    – 76 – CANADIAN DEP ARTMENT OF COMMUNIC A TIONS (DOC ) ST A T EMEN T NOTICE The Canadian Departm ent of Communications label identifi es certified equipment. This cert ification means that the equi pment meets certai n telecommunications network protect ive, operational and safety requirements . The Department does not guarantee the equipment w[...]

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    – 77 – WARNING! THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM While t his system is an advanc ed design sec urity system, i t does not offer guarant eed protecti on against burglary or f ire or other em ergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or res idential, is s ubject to compromise or fai lure to warn for a variety of reas ons. For example: •[...]

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    – 78 – Index #70 command ............................................... 50 4286 VIP modul e ..................................... 9, 50 AC Loss ........................................................ 65 Access Another Part ition ....................... 22 Access Control Comm ands .......................... 58 Access Door .....................[...]

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    – 79 – Manager ....................................................... 16 Master .......................................................... 16 Master Keypad......................................... 9, 23 Maximum ................................................. 7, 22 MAXIMUM .................................................. 14 MAXIMUM mode....[...]

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