Honeywell 16 manual

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    Galaxy 16 and 16 plus User Guide Honeywell Security[...]

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    iii T able of Contents Introduction ................................................................[...]

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    iv Operation of the T est Option ...................................................................[...]

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    v INTRODUCTION The Galaxy 16 and 16 plus control panels are designed to the highest specifications a[...]

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    vii QUICK OPERA TION GUIDE A SET (an Unset system) B P ART SET (Defaults to Parts 1 and 2) 1 ke y ?[...]

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    ix GLOSSAR Y OF TERMS Chime: Zone attribute which gives an audible indication of the activation of a[...]

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    1 KEYP AD INFORMA TION The Galaxy system is programmed and operated from the LCD keypads. GALAXY 16+[...]

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    2 T able 1: Star Key Features. Note: The Star mode must be enabled for the Star features to operate.[...]

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    3 Y our alarm system can be Part Set using the B key . T o Part Set the system enter your User Code [...]

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    4 The Parts marked ‘ON’ are Set, those marked ‘OFF’ are Unset. T o alter the set/unset statu[...]

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    5 Alarm Abort Note: If the system is programmed for Alarm Abort a period of 90 seconds after expiry [...]

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    7 USER MENU For access to the menu options enter your user code then press the ent key . The keypad [...]

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    8 Omitting Zones When the Omit option is selected, zone 01 is displayed, along with it’ s omit eli[...]

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    9 On selecting the W alk option zone 01 is displayed. If the zone is to be tested press the # key . [...]

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    10 Note: User Code 13 may be assigned as a Duress Code. Entry of this code causes a Duress alarm whi[...]

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    11 Figure 4: V iewing the Event Log. The log event displays the event type, time, descriptor and num[...]

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    12 T o quickly move through the log enter a three digit number between 001 and 250 followed by the #[...]

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    13 APPENDIX A — ALARM AND HELP MESSAGES ALARM IS ACTIVE: The system is currently in alarm and must[...]

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    15 APPENDIX B — A VOIDING F ALSE ALARMS False alarms are inconvenient and may give rise to Police [...]

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    17 APPENDIX C — CONFORMITY AND ST ANDARDS Compliance The Galaxy 16 and 16 plus is compatible with [...]

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    19 E L B A T E C N E R E F E R E N O Z . o Ne p y Tn o i t a c o Le l b a t t i m Ot r a P 1 0 2 0 3[...]

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    20 IU1-0016 Rev 3 Honeywell Security 2 Redwood Crescent Peel Park Campus East Kilbride G74 5P A © C[...]