Honeywell 408 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    N9942-2V 2 4/04 Rev . A FBII Security System FBII Security System FBII Security System FBII Security[...]

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    – 3 – Table Of Contents QUICK REFE RENCE .......................................................[...]

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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 R[...]

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    – 5 – Quick Refere nce (cont ’ d) The following table li sts the “Quick Co mmands” av aila[...]

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    – 6 – Introduction Congratulations on your decisi on to protect you r home or bu siness with the[...]

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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[...]

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    – 8 – System Reference (cont ’ d) OMNI- KP,OMNI- KP-US AND XK108 KEYPADS ALARM FIRE INSTANT BY[...]

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    – 9 – System Reference (cont ’ d) USER ID ASSIGNED TO 1 (MASTER U SER 1) 2 3 4 5 6 Duress** * [...]

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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[...]

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    – 11 – System Operation (cont ’ d) When the System is Not Ready If the syste m is not ready to[...]

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    – 12 – System Operation (cont ’ d) To Arm the System In Instant Mode and Stay Inside In IN STA[...]

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    – 13 – System Operation (cont ’ d) To Arm the System In Instant Mode In INSTANT mode, all alar[...]

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    – 14 – System Operation (cont ’ d) NOTE: Bypassed zones are NOT pro tected when th e sys tem i[...]

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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,[...]

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    – 16 – User Codes Adding/Changing a User Code Users can be ad ded or ch anged directly at the ke[...]

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    – 17 – Paging Feature Your insta ller may have pr ogrammed your system to sen d messages with ce[...]

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    – 18 – Paging Feature (cont ’ d) 1. Access pager nu mber pr ogramming by pres sing in sequence[...]

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    – 19 – Miscellaneous Commands Arm System ( Maid Code) If you choose to have a code that cannot d[...]

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    – 20 – Miscellaneous Commands (cont ’ d) Quick Forced Arm Yes No If programmed by your install[...]

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    – 21 – Miscellaneous Commands (cont ’ d) The display will show: LCD Keypad: BYPAS SED: ZN1 Fix[...]

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    – 22 – Testing the System System Test We recommend that you te st your system once a week using [...]

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    – 23 – Recommendations on Smoke Det ectors With regard to the number and placement of smoke/hea [...]

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    – 24 – Emergency Evacuation 2nd FLOOR BACK FRONT floor_plan2-V0 BA TH CLOSET BEDROOM BEDROOM BED[...]

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    – 25 – RADIO FREQ UENCY EMISSIONS STATEM ENTS FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMIS SION (FCC) Part 15 T[...]

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    – 26 – INDUSTRIE CANADA AVIS : L’étiquette d’Indust rie Canada identif ie le matériel homo[...]

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    – 27 – System Limitations While thi s system i s an adva nced-design secu rity syst em, it does [...]

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    – 28 – System Limitati ons (cont ’ d) • Alarm w arning devic es such as sirens, bells, or h [...]

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    – 29 – Glossary AC/LB L ED : Yello w LED that, when lit, indic ates the system is running on ele[...]

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    – 30 – Glossary (cont ’ d) CHIME FEAT URE : An optional feature that causes the keypad to ch i[...]

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    – 31 – Glossary (cont ’ d) SENSOR : The actual alarm sensor, detector , or device installed to[...]

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    ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Honeywell Int ernational Inc., acting throug h its Security & C ustom [...]