Honeywell 128 manual

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    User Guide Galaxy 8/18/60/128/500/504/512 Honeywell Security[...]

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    iii Introduction -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------[...]

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    iv Quick Menu --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[...]

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    v All ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[...]

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    vi A VOIDING F ALSE ALARMS ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 [...]

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    vii INTRODUCTION The Galaxy alarm system is, in fact, a computer which has been designed using the l[...]

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    1 KEYP AD INFORMA TION General The Galaxy Alarm system is controlled by Galaxy Mk7 Full Alpha Liquid[...]

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    2 Enter Key (ent) The ent key accepts and processes entered data. V alid actions are performed and t[...]

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    3 SETTING THE SYSTEM Before Setting Before setting the system ensure all doors and windows are secur[...]

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    4 Sounder During the setting period the sounder emits a continuous tone if all of the zones are clos[...]

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    5 MICROMAX SETTING OPTIONS Setting with the MicroMAX Cards The MicroMAX user cards can be used to se[...]

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    6 UNSETTING THE SYSTEM Normal Entry Unsetting starts immediately when the FINAL door is opened or an[...]

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    7 Table 1. Menu Options l e v e L r e s U u n e M k c i u Q u n e M l l u F 3 l e v e L4 l e v e L5 [...]

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    8 Accessing The Menu T o access the menu enter a valid code and press the ent key . The Full Menu or[...]

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    9 Omit Zones (User Level 3 And Above) Purpose This option allows the user to omit zones before setti[...]

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    10 Atm 1/2/3/4 Zones (512 Only) A TM zones are omitted by entering one of the ten A TM codes (user 1[...]

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    11 Chime (User Level 3 and Above) Purpose The Chime mode is switched on and off by this option. When[...]

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    12 * Status The current status of the zone is displayed as circuit information, e.g. Open or Closed.[...]

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    13 * Additional Information The # key can be used to reveal additional information on some types of [...]

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    14 W alk T est (User Level 5 and Above) Purpose The Walk T est option provides a method of testing t[...]

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    15   Time/Date (User Level 6) Purpose The Time/Date option allows the user to modify both t[...]

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    16 Codes (User Level 6) Purpose The Codes menu option enables the managers, (user level 6), to alloc[...]

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    17 Selecting Codes Enter the QUICK MENU. Press key 8 followed by the ent key . User Codes When the C[...]

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    18 l e v e Ly t i l i b a l i a v A s s e c c A 0  d r a u Gn o i t p o r e h t o o n - y r o m e[...]

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    19 • Quick Menu All user codes default to the quick menu. This menu is made up of a selection of t[...]

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    20  T emporary Codes (Galaxy 128, 500, 504 and 512) T emporary Codes allow a PIN to be temporaril[...]

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    21 k c o l B p u o r Gp u o r G l a c i s y h P 8 - 1 A  8 - 1 8 - 1 B  6 1 - 9 8 - 1 C4 2 - 7[...]

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    22    • Group Choice Users can be allocated to more than one group, but also have the cho[...]

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    23    Max Function The MAX card can be assigned to a single menu option. The user mus[...]

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    24 Max Users ( Pre V4 Only) This option is used to assign additional MAX users to the system without[...]

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    25   Groups (Pre V4 Only) This option assigns group access to the MAX user . The MAX user must[...]

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    26 A VOIDING F ALSE ALARMS False alarms are inconvenient and may be costly . Police can withhold res[...]

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    27 O I R - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - e n o Zn o i t c n u Fn o i t p i r c s e D[...]

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    28 ALARM AND HELP MESSAGES Other Keypad In Use (Galaxy 8 And 18 Only) This message advises the user [...]

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    29 Name: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address[...]

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    30 IU1-0022 Rev 2.1 Honewell Security 2 Redwood Crescent Peel Park Campus East Kilbride G74 5P A © [...]