Honeywell 800-08091V3 manual

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    T T u u x x e e d d o o T T o o u u c c h h S S e e r r i i e e s s H H o o m m e e A A u u t t o o [...]

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    Table of Contents ABOUT THE SYSTEM .................................................................[...]

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    Table of Contents 3 How to Clear /Hide a C ontrol P anel M essage ..................................[...]

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    Table of Contents 4 Setting Daylig ht Saving s Time ................................................[...]

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    5 About the System Introductio n Congrat ulations on your owner ship of a Hon eywell Tuxed o Touch?[...]

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    About the System (cont'd) 6 About Your Ho me Screen Your "Home" scr een is th e gat e[...]

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    About the System (cont'd) 7 Navigation Icon Descr iptions To aid in the n avigatio n of the Tu [...]

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    About the System (cont'd) 8 System Trou bles The “Sec urity” screen a lso display s an Ic o[...]

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    About the System (cont'd) 9 User Cod es Each user must b e assign ed a na me with a cor respond[...]

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    10 Security Introductio n to Security Syste m Operation You can ar m the system i n one of t hree ar[...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 11 How to Arm the System Arming t he system i n any mode is perf orme d in [...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 12 How to Display Faults The Displ ay Faults funct ion is used when you see[...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 13 ICON ACTION NOTES 6. Press the BACK icon to return to the “Arming” s[...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 14 To disarm Mu lti-Partitions do the f ollowing: ICON ACTION NOTES 1. From[...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 15 U L CO annunciat ion has not bee n investigated by UL and may not be use[...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 16 More Choices How to Clear/Hide a Control Panel Message The Contro l Pane[...]

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    Security (cont' d ) 17 How to View the Event Log Your system ha s the ability to r e cord vario[...]

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    18 Setup Setup all ows you to m ake change s to the way yo ur keypad is operating. You may access th[...]

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    Setup (cont'd) 19 Note: If using a Z-Wave t hermost at with C elsius as your degree prefer ence[...]

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    Setup (cont’d) 20 Web Server/Hosting The Tuxe do Touch keypad o ffers web- hosting capab ility all[...]

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    Setup (cont'd) 21 Fixed IP Addres ses If the IP Address is not displ ayed in the low er left- h[...]

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    22 Multi-Media The Mult i-Media f eature allow s you access voice messages, p lay vide o files, d is[...]

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    Multi - Medi a (cont'd) 23 Video (Audio) Setup To access the Video and A udio feature, d o the [...]

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    Multi - Medi a (cont’d) 24 ICON ACTION NOTES 6. To remov e an imag e from the sl ide show, select [...]

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    Multi - Medi a (cont'd) 25 ICON ACTION NOTES 5. Press the Add ic on (if the camer a inform atio[...]

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    26 User Setup User Setup allo ws you to Add a User , Delete a Us er , and Edit a User . You may acce[...]

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    User Setup (cont'd) 27 ICON ACTION NOTES 7. Pres s the box next t o User Number and enter an ?[...]

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    User Setup (cont'd) 28 Safe Mode The Safe M ode may be automatic ally entered by the p rogram o[...]

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    User Setup (cont'd) 29 Time/Date Setup You can set the time and date from the Set Time & Da[...]

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    30 User System Setup Advanced Setup Advanced Setup a llows access to the System Infor mation , K e y[...]

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    User System Setu p (cont 'd) 31 LED Test ICON ACT ION NOTES 1. Press the LED Test icon; " [...]

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    User System Setu p (cont 'd) 32 ICON ACTION NOTES 7. Select the Z-Wave Bas ic Co m ma n d Set O[...]

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    33 Automation The Tuxedo Touch Home Automation System with web hosting capa bility i s equipped with[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 34 Enroll a Door Lock Assemble the Z-Wave door lock. NOTE: Be sure t he doo[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 35 Editing Z-Wave Device Names Edit a Device Modul e Name To edit a d e vic[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 36 Remove/Delete a Honeywell Thermostat To remov e a Honey well Th ermostat[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 37 Scene Setup The “Sc ene” featur e is used t o control the function o[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 38 Scene Se tup Options Options f or adding a Condit ion (i f needed) – A[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 39 Notes: 1. Motorized door l ock bol ts physically lock and unlock the doo[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 40 Updating Controllers (Keypads) with New or Removed devices When devic e [...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 41 Remote Services The Tuxe do Touch™ supports Re mote Services for contr[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 42 Controlling Automation ( Z-Wav e) Devices Remotel y Use Tota l Connect t[...]

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    Automation (cont'd) 43 2. The “To tal Connect Server Se tup” scree n is displaye d with the[...]

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    44 Important Notes Wireless Range This devic e complies w ith the Z- W ave® standard of open-air, l[...]

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    45 Glossary The foll owing terms ar e used throug hout the guide . Arm/Disarm: “Armed” s imply m[...]

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    FEDER A L COM M UNICATIONS COMMISSI O N STATEMENTS The user shall not make any changes or modif ic a[...]

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    TW O YE AR LI M ITE D W ARR ANTY Honeywell Internat ional Inc., act ing through its Securit y & [...]

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    Ê800-08091 V3RŠ 800-08091V 3 4/13 Rev. A 2 Corporate Center Drive Suite 100, P.O. Box 9040 Melvill[...]