SECURITY SYSTEM INSTRUCTIONS
1. ARMING ERROR
An error tone will sound if the system is unable to arm. This will happen in the system is not ready to arm, (a door is open or movement in front of a motion detector) or if an incorrect user code has been entered. If this happens press the (#) and try again.
Any time you press the * and any other number you will need to press
the # to return to normal operation. Also if an error is made when
entering your code press the # to clear it out and return to normal. If the keypad is beeping press the # to silence.
To bypass any zone press *1 then the two digit zone number then #.
(example: *1 01 #, to bypass zone 1)
The bypass indicator should remain on. After you arm and disarm the system the bypass will clear.
To turn the door chime on or off press *4
4. CODES (example: *5 - master code - 01- new code - #)In addition to the master code you can program up to 8 user codes. Press * then 5, enter your master code then enter the number of the user code you want to program (i.e. 2 for User 2). Enter a 4 digit code for the user, then press # to exit. The master code is user 1.
To change the master code press * 5, enter your current master code, then enter the new code and press #. (Example: *5 1234 1 9876 #, This will change the code from 1234 to 9876.)
5. DISARMING ERROR
If you enter an incorrect code the system will not disarm, press the (#) and enter the correct code.
4. FALSE ALARM
If the alarm was accidental, enter your Access Code to silence the alarm, then call your monitoring station to avoid a dispatch.
5. INSTANT ARM
Press * then 9 and enter your code to arm the system without any entry delay time. NOTE: This has no effect on the exit time delay. (When using the *9 Instant arm you will still have whatever exit time to leave, but there will not be any entry time delay.)
When an alarm occurs the Memory indicator will turn on, To view which zone caused the alarm press the * then 3. When finished press # to return to normal.
7. SMOKE DETECTOR RESET
To reset the smoke detectors press *7.
When a trouble condition is detected the trouble indicator will turn on and the touch pad will beep every 10 seconds. Press the # to silence the beep. Press the * then 2 in order to view the trouble condition, each zone indicates a different problem. Below are the trouble conditions by number which they will appear on the touch pad.
If zone 1 light indicator is on, the trouble is a LOW BATTERY in the main control.
|ZONE LIGHT||TROUBLE||WHAT TO DO|
|1 ||BATTERY TROUBLE||Call for service or Replace backup battery in main control box|
|2 ||AC FAILURE||Check your fuse box or circuit breakers; call for service if the trouble|
cannot be corrected.
|3|| FUSE TROUBLE|| Call for Service|
|4|| TELEPHONE LINE TROUBLE|| This condition will be cleared when the trouble on the telephone line is corrected. If this trouble does not clear itself automatically call for service|
|5||FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE|| This trouble will be cleared if the system again tries to call the monitoring station and is able to complete the call. If this trouble does not clear itself automatically, call for service. |
|6|| BELL TROUBLE|| Call for service. |
|7||FIRE ALARM CIRCUIT TROUBLE|| Call for service. |
|8|| LOSS OF SYSTEM TIME|| See User Functions/Time and Date|
Press # to return to normal
9. USER FUNCTIONS/TIME AND DATE
Enter the time of day using the Number Keys. Enter the time in the 24-hour clock format: the hour is entered as a 2-digit number from 00 to 23, minutes are entered as a 2-digit number from 00 to 59.
For example, the time 9:30 am would be entered as 0930; the time 2:45 pm would be entered as 1445. When the time has been entered, press the [#] Key to return to “Ready”