Honeywell 6160EX manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    Galant 6160EX Keypad User Instructions Honeywell Security[...]

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    Contents Glossary ..................................................................................[...]

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    Glossary The following terms will be used in this manual: Alarm: A panel detection circuit has been [...]

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    Introduction Your Galant panel has various system functions, which can be accessed by one of three m[...]

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    Day Mode, Full Setting and Unsetting Day mode is the normal m ode for the system. In this state the [...]

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    Unsetting the System from any Set State To unset the system (key pad) 1. Proceed to the keypad via t[...]

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    Part And Night Setting It is possible to s et the s ystem but leave certa in detectors sw itched off[...]

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    Cancelling Alarms If an alarm activ ation is in progress, whether the system is set or unset, procee[...]

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    Viewing the Event Log The Galant alarm panel has an Event Log history that records every event which[...]

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    Omitting Zones From the System. To allow flexibil ity, you can tem porarily disable i ndividual dete[...]

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    Chime The Chime function allows you to set up a zone to cause a chim e tone to activate on the in te[...]

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    Adding and Removing Keyfo bs. The Keyfobs used on this system employ high security KEELOQ TM Rolling[...]

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    6. After second double b eep the card has been added successfully. Note: If at any time a triple ble[...]

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    User Descriptors Each user code o n the system can ha ve a 6-character tag assigned. This tag or des[...]

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    Testing the System A test function is a vailable which allows a user to manual ly test the sensors a[...]

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    System Indications In addition to the displays shown previously, the following fau lt displays may a[...]

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    Hotkeys Hotkeys are key com binations on the ke ypad that can cause an instant alarm condition. Both[...]

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    Zone Information Zone Location Full Part Night 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 IU1-1233 Rev 1.3 18[...]