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COVER - SIZE: 8.5 x 11 INCH VERTICAL - SCALING 1-1 - FOLDING: ALBUM FOLD - BINDING: SADDLE-STICH
WARNING: OWNER’S INSTRUCTION NOTICE. Not
to be removed by anyone except occupant.
GC2e Panel
Installation and Programming Guide
V1.121 Firmware
WIRELESS SECURITY SYSTEM GC2e Wireless Security System | Installation and Programming Guide
Copyright © 2019 Nortek Security & Control

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CONTENTS
Introduction
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About this Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About the 2GIG Go!Control System
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4
Important Information
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4
Installing the System in Residential Settings
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4
Installing the System in Commercial Settings
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5
System Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5
Optional Accessories
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System Configuration
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7
Control Panel Features
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8
External Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Internal Features
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9
Installation Outline
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10
Wireless Installation Tips
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11
Sensors and Accessories
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12
Wireless System Sensors
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12
System Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Installation
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13
Control Panel Mounting Plate
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13
Wireless Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14
Hardwired Loops
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14
Wiring
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14
Remote Alarm Sounder
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14
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
Control Panel Wiring Diagram
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Control Panel Wiring
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17
Terminal Block Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
17
Backup Battery Connection and Power Supply Wiring
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17
Wire Size and Length
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17
Control Panel and Power Supply Mounting
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Commercial Installations
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NFPA Standard 72
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Main Display Screens
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21
Home Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21
Security Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21
Arming Screen
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21
Menu Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21
System Status Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22
Toolbox and Installer Toolbox
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23
Toolbox Screens
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Accessing the Toolbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23
Installer Toolbox Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23
Accessing the Installer Toolbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23
Accessing the System Configuration for System and Sensor Programming
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23
System Configuration Screens
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24
System Status Icons
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25
AC Power On/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25
Sounder Disabled
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Low Backup Battery
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25
Test Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25
Touch Screen Keypad Traffic
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25
Cell Radio
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25
Interior sensor open . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25
Programming Navigation
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26
Questions without Sub-Options
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Questions with Sub-Options
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Questions with Data Entry
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Additional Buttons
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Programming Outline
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ANSI/SIA CP-01 Compliance
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Programming Question Table
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Zone Numbering
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Sensor Types (Zones)
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Sensor Type (Zone)
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Description
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Voice Descriptors
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Installer Programming
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Account Registration
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Wireless (RF) Sensor Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Q1: RF Sensor Programming Outline
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Summary of RF Sensor # Screen
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RF Sensor Programming Questions
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Wired Sensor Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Summary of Wired Sensor # Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Wired Sensor Programming Questions
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Wireless (RF) Key Fob Programming
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Key Fob Programming Outline
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Q3: RF Key Fob Programming Outline
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Summary of RF Key Fob # Screen
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45 GC2e Wireless Security System | Installation and Programming Guide
Copyright © 2019 Nortek Security & Control

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RF Key Fob Programming Questions
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Wireless (RF) Keypad Programming
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RF Keypad Programming Outline
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Q4: RF Key Pad Programming Outline
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Summary of RF Keypad Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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RF Keypad Programming Questions
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Control Panel Programming
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Programming Questions
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Q1: RF Sensor Programming
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Q2: Wired Sensor Programming
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Q3: RF Key Fob Programming
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Q4: RF Keypad Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Q5: Exit Delay, in Seconds (45-120)
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Q6: Entry Delay 1, in Seconds (30-240)
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Q7: Entry Delay 2, in Seconds (30-240)
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Q13: 2-Way Voice (0-2)
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Q14: Silent Panic/Burglary Listen Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Q16: Police Emergency Key (0-2)
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Q17: Fire Emergency Key (0-1)
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Q18: Emergency Key (0-1)
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Q19: Quick Arming (0-1)
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Q20: Swinger Shutdown Count (1-6)
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Q21: Siren Supervision Time (0-3)
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Q22: CS Lack of Usage Notification Time (0-255)
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Q23: Radio Modem Network Failure Time (0-255)
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Q24: Radio Modem Network Failure Causes Trouble (0-1)
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Q25: Radio Modem Network Failure Reports (0-1)
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Q26: Auto Stay (0-1)
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Q27: Exit Delay Restart (0-1)
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Q28: Quick Exit (0-1)
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Q29: Periodic Test, in Days (0-255)
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Q31: Cancel Time, in Minutes (5-255)
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Q32: Cancel Display (0-1)
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Q33: Cross Sensor 47-48 (0-1)
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Q34: Cross Sensor Timeout, in Seconds (10-120)
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Q38: Time to Detect AC Loss, in Minutes (0-30)
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Q35: Abort Window Dialer Delay (0-2)
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Q36: Burglary Bell Cutoff (0 to 4)
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Q37: Fire Bell Cutoff (0-4)
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Q39: Random AC Loss Report Time (0-1)
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Q43: Installer Code (4 Digits) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Q44: Lock Installer Programming (0-2)
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Q45: Lock Default Programming (0-2)
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Q46: Trouble Doesn’t Sound at Night (0-1)
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Q47: Trouble Resound After Hold Off (0-7)
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Q49: Programming Mode Entry Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q50: Trouble Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q51: Manual Bypass Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q52: AC Loss Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q53: System Low Battery Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q54: RF Low Battery Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q55: Opening Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q56: Closing Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q57: Alarm Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q58: Trouble Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q59: Bypass Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q60: AC Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q61: System Low Battery Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q62: RF Low Battery Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
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Q64: Smart Test Reports
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Q65: RF Jam Causes Trouble (0-1)
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Q66: Daylight Saving (0-1)
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Q67: Daylight Saving Start Month (01-12)
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Q68: Daylight Saving Start Monday (1-7)
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Q69: Daylight Saving End Month (01-12)
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Q70: Daylight Saving End Sunday (1-7)
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Q71: System Tamper Causes Trouble (0- 1)
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Q72: Quick Bypass (0-1)
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Q73: Disarming Keyfob After Alarm (Alert) (0-1)
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Q74: Keyfob Arm/Disarm Confirmation (0-1)
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Q75: Auto UnBypass for Manual Bypass (0-1)
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Q76: Force Bypass Reports (0-1)
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Q77: Event Log (0-3)
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Q79: Z-Wave Feature (0-3)
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Q80: Z-Wave Switches Feature (0 to 1)
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Q81: Z-Wave Thermostats Feature (0 to 1)
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Q82: Z-Wave Door Locks Feature (0-1)

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Q83: Select Temperature Display Units (0-1)
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Q84: Services Require Master Code (0 to 1)
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Q85: Master User Access to Z-Wave Toolbox (0-1)
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Q86: Disable Siren After Two-Way Audio (0-1)
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Q87: Keyfob/Remote Arming Mode on System Not Ready (0-2)
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Q89: Allow Backlight Always On (Demo Mode) (0-1)
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Q90: Energy Feature (0 to 1)
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Q91: Radio Modem Supplier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Q92: Select Network Device (0 to 1)
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Q93: Enter Broadband Network Failure Time (1-255)
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Q94: Select Broadband Network Failure Causes Trouble (0 to 1)
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Q95: Select Broadband Network Failure Reports (0 to 1)
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Q96: Select Send Report 3 Times on Panel Tamper (0 to 1)
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Q97: Select Sound on Normal Closing Acknowledgment (0 to 1)
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Final Installation Setup
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Exiting Programming (System Configuration)

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Access the Installer Toolbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Disable/Enable Sounder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Disable the Sounder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Enable the Sounder
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Sensor Type (Zone) Report Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Walk Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Radio Status Test
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Cell Phone Test
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Restore Default System Configuration
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Soft Reset
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Hard Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Regulatory Information
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Wireless Product Notice
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FCC Notice
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Industry Canada Notices
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Commercial Regulatory Listings
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Limited Warranty
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Introduction
About this Guide
This guide provides distributors, dealers, and authorized installation personnel with information about installing, testing,
and maintaining the 2GIG Go!Control system . 2GIGproducts are not sold directly to consumers and can only be obtained
from authorized distribution channels. For a list of authorized distributors, visit: http://www.nortekcontrol.com
About the 2GIG Go!Control System
Depending on the options set during the installation, the 2GIG Go!Control system has the ability to provide three forms
of protection: burglary, fire, and emergency, The system consists of the 2GIG Control Panel, wireless sensors for perimeter
and interior burglary protection, and wireless smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. In addition, optional remote control
key fobs, wireless panic buttons, and keypads may also be installed.
The system monitors all protection sensor types (a.k.a., “zones”) and the system’s status. The Control Panel displays
monitoring information and controls the alarm siren. The system can also be setup to send alarm and status reports to a
Central Station and has the capability for two (2)-way voice communications with the Remote Service Provider (RSP).
When a security system is installed, insurers may offer discounts on the homeowners’ or renters’ insurance policy.
Although the requirements and discount credits vary for each different insurer, users can generally save money as the level
of protection increases. It is recommended that you inform the end user to check with their insurance agent to determine
if the insurer has specific requirements and/or offers any discount(s).
Important Information
The 2GIG Go!Control security system conforms to the Security Industry Alarm Coalition’s
ANSI/SIA CP‐01: Control Panel
Standard‐Features for False Alarm Reduction
. It also meets the residential security system certification criteria for the ETL
Listed Mark .
The recommended storage temperature for all Control Panels is -10°C to 60°C (14°F to 140°F). For optimal Control
Panel use, operation temperature is 0°C to 49°C (32°F to 120°F). No altitude range limitations have been reported while
transporting Control Panel.
Installing the System in Residential Settings
When installing the system in a residential setting, be aware of the following:

Fire warning systems must be installed in accordance with national codes.
In the United States, fire warning systems
must be installed in accordance with
ANSI/NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code and ANSI/NFPA 70
National Electric Code
.

A permit may be required for this alarm system
. Some cities and municipalities may require an alarm system permit.
Before installing this system, always ensure that you are in compliance with any national, regional, and local laws,
rules, and/or guidelines .

This system is intended for use with approved‐model smoke alarms only
. For use as a smoke alarm system, there
must be at least one (1) smoke alarm programmed into the Control Panel and must use only approved model smoke
alarms. Visit the 2GIG Dealer Web Site at dealer.2gig.com.

Failure to follow ETL requirements voids this system’s ETL Listed mark
. Failure to install the Control Panel and
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Installing the System in Commercial Settings
When installing the system in a commercial setting, be aware of the following:

The system cannot be used for fire protection in commercial settings
. In a commercial setting, it is important to know
that the Control Panel is neither designed nor intended for use as a fire protection system.

The system is intended only for security protection of premises
. In a commercial setting, this system is only intended
for protection of commercial premises, such as a mercantile or office. It is neither designed nor intended to protect
commercial bank vaults .

A permit may be required for this alarm
. Some cities and municipalities may require an alarm system permit. Before
installing this system, always ensure that you are in compliance with any national, regional, and local laws, rules, and/
or guidelines .
System Features
The 2GIG Go!Control system offers security protection for your property, 24-hour emergency monitoring, and can
optionally be used for fire detection in the home. Features include:

Full Voice Response
. The panel gives clear notifications that indicate system status, zone descriptions, alarms, and
emergencies .

Date, Time, and Weather Display.
* Scroll through the date, time, and daily weather forecast. Provides the ability to
receive messages, including severe weather warnings .

Quick Access
. The one touch access buttons allow the quickest help possible in an emergency. The front panel

and
buttons serve as controls as well as indicators. Pressing the


button displays emergency icons on the display
for Panic, Fire, and Emergency alarm activation (each has programmable options and can be enabled or disabled).
Pressing the
button changes the system display to the Home screen.

Full Color Touch Screen. Control all system functions with an easy
-to-use color touch screen puts a wide range of
security and home automation controls at your fingertips.

Multiple Arming Options. Secure your home by arming your system “AWAY” or “STAY”. The Quick Arm/Exit and Bypass
features offer added convenience.

Ho me Automation Radio Module. The built in Z
-Wave radio enables various home automation functions including
HVAC, appliances, lighting, and lock control.

Two (2)-way Response Over Cellular.* Two-way voice lets central station operators listen in and talk to you when a
signal is received, ensuring that the proper emergency response personnel will be dispatched if necessary
.

Fully Self-Contained. The fully self
-contained panel contains a backup battery, and allows 60 user codes and monitors
up to 60 wireless zones including eight (8) key fobs and four (4) keypads. It also provides two (2) hardwired loops, 15
sensor types, a supervised bell output, and a programmable solid-state control output.

Over -The-Air (OTA) Updates.* There’s no need to worry about the panel’s software becoming outdated. With the OTA
function, the panel can be remotely updated with the latest software.

Re mote Control Options.* Always be in control by remotely managing your system from a computer or web enabled
mobile phone (iPhone, Android, etc,) .

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Introduction
Optional Accessories
Optional modules, keypads, radios, and sensors that can be purchased to enhance the system include:

2GIG LTE (Cellular) Radio Module
. An on-board digital communicator reports alarms and trouble to a Central Station
receiver and a two (2)-way voice communication with the Central Station. It also supports OTA updates and remote
control of the system using a Web-enabled device through the Internet.

2GIG 900 MHz Transceiver Module
. It sends and receives signals with wireless touch screen keypads and image
sensors . Touch screen keypads allow remote control of the system through the same graphic interface design as the
2GIG Control Panel. Note that the 2GIG 900 MHz Transceiver Module, touch screen keypad, and image sensor are only
available in some regions .

2GIG Wireless Touch Screen Keypad
. A wall-mounted, full-color, touch screen interface that provides many of the
same easy
-to-use keypad functions available on the Control Panel. It is designed for indoor use only and gives users
the ability to control lights, thermostats, and door locks, as well as to view the status of every sensor zone . When the
2GIG 900 MHz Transceiver Module is installed in the Control Panel, the system can be programmed to communicate
with up to four (4) Wireless Touch Screen Keypads .

2GIG Go!Bridge IP Communicator
. The Go!Bridge provides Internet connectivity between the monitoring service’s
Central Station and the Go!Control® Panel (requires the 2GIG 900 MHz Transceiver Module and supports automatic
firmware updates, provides interactive security services, and increases supervision using signal-
forwarding to the
Central Station.

2GIG Super Switch Takeover Module
. The takeover module communicates with the 2GIG Control Panel and is
designed to convert up to eight (8) pre-wired zones to supervised wireless zones.

2GIG Hardwire Conversion Kit
. This kit provides installers with an easy way to convert the zones of a pre-wired
security alarm system to 2GIG wireless zones . The kit includes one (1) Super Switch Takeover Module (Wireless
Takeover of an Alarm System, US Patent No. 8,638,218). You can also install two (2) additional modules, which
provides installers with the capability to convert up to 24 pre-wired security zones to wireless zones. Piezo
Siren
CPU
Install up to four (4)
Wireless Touch Screen
Keypads per system
Voice
Siren
CONTR
OL P
ANEL

Hardwire Inputs
Subscr
iber
Remote
Services
Provider
Website
Power
Supply
Remote
Services
Provider (RSP)
Ser
ver
Cellular Radio
Module
(3G or CDMA)
Color Display
RSP
Infr
astr
ucture
Database
Touch Screen
Speak
er &
Microphone
Door/
Window
Contacts
Hardwired
Loop #1
Hardwired
Loop #2
14 VDC
Land IP
Network
Cell Radio
Telephone
Netw
or k
Full-Color
Touch Screen LCD
PIR
Motion
Detectors
Smoke/Heat/
Freeze Alarms
Glass Break
Detectors
Remote
Key Fobs
Panic
Buttons
CO
Alarms
Home &
Emergency
Buttons
Subscriber’s
Computer
Subscriber’s
Smart Phone
or Tablet
Bell
Output
Z-Wave
Radio
System
Power
Central Station
Receiver
Wireless
Keypads
Install up to 60
wireless sensors per system
Cell Site
Land IP
Network
Input
Power
Ther
mostat
Remote Sirens
Door Locks
Lighting Controls
Wireless
Touch Screen
Keypad‡
Security
Receiver
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System Configuration
Figure 1
Complete System Configuration
This illustration details the entire system configuration (including optional features). See
“Optional Accessories”
on page 6
. A
C
B
D
E
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Control Panel Features
Figure 2
Control Panel External Features
External Features
A
Alarm Sounder and Speaker
Sounds all system local alarms, voice prompts, system sounds, and audio for two (2)-way voice
communications with the Central Station
B
Color Display with Touchscreen
Shows all system information, status, programming, and functions as the keypad.
Display cycles clock, calendar, and weather with an Alarm.com account (tap manually to change)
C
Emergency Button/Indicator
Lights WHITE when enabled for emergency alarms and flashes during emergency alarms
D
Microphone
For voice communication with the Central Station
E
Home Button/Indicator
Sensor Status
Lights BLUE when all sensors are closed (ready to arm)
Not lit when any sensor is open (not ready to arm)
Arming Status
Lights RED when system is armed
Flashes RED during the Entry Delay
Alarm Memory
Flashes RED during an alarm
Flashes RED after an alarm while system is still armed
Power Outage
Flashes WHITE during power outage (system on battery backup)
Flashes BLUE when all sensors are closed (ready to arm)
Flashes ORANGE when any sensor is open (not ready to arm)
Flashes RED while system is armed A
D
E
F
G
B
C
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Internal Features
Figure 3
Control Panel Internal Features
A
Backup Battery Pack
The standard backup battery that is included with all 2GIG Control Panels does not support UL
985 installations. To comply with the secondary supply requirement in
UL 985 Household Fire
Warning System Units
, you must install the 2GIG Console Battery Pack (2GIG-BATT2X).
B
Terminal Block
Connections for power, solid state output bell, and hardwire loops.
C
Alternate Power Supply
Alternate connection for power. (Plug-in barrel connector)
D
J4 Pin Connector
Connector for the Firmware Update Cable used to update the firmware version on the Control
Panel.
E
Cell Radio Module
2GIG Go!Control Module for over-the-air communication with the Central Station.
F
Main Receiver Module
Receiver for peripheral device transmissions (or an optional 2GIG 900 MHz Transceiver Module for use with the
Wireless Touch Screen Keypad).
G
Third-Hand Hanger Strap
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Installation Outline
Use the following outline in conjunction with this
Installation and Programming

Guide
to guide you through the installation steps.
1.
Unpack the system and identify the system components.
2.
Create an Installation Floor Plan to determine the best centralized location for the Control Panel.
3.
Decide where to best install the wired and/or wireless sensors. Guidelines are available in the Installation Instructions included
with each sensor
.
4.
Identify an unswitched wall outlet to use for the Control Panel’s power supply.
5.
(Optional) Install the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module in the Control Panel. See
“LTE (Cellular) Radio Module” on page 15
.
6.
Use the Control Panel’s backplate to mark the drywall cutouts for the Control Panel. Then make the cutouts and attach the
backplate to the wall . See
“Control Panel Mounting Plate” on page 13
.
7.
Install each of the system’s wireless sensors . If the hardware zone is used, install the contacts and route the loop wire to the
Control Panel’s wall cutout .
8.
Install the optional hardwired sounder, and route the connection wire to the Control Panel’s wall cutout.
9.
Use the third-hand hanger strap to hang the Control Panel on the mounting plate. Then connect all wiring to the Control
Panel’s terminal block . See
“Control Panel Wiring” on page 17
and
“Terminal Block Wiring Diagram” on
page 17
.
10.
Plug the backup battery connector into the connector on the circuit board.
11.
Swing the Control Panel up, placing the bottom over the lip of the mounting bracket. Push the top of the Control Panel into the
mounting bracket until it snaps into place, then secure it with the retaining screw.
12.
Plug the power supply into the unswitched wall outlet .
13.
Program the system as described in this manual and document any custom setup options for the end user in the space
provided in the User Guide .
14.
Test the system as described
“Installer Testing” on page 61
.
15.
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Wireless Installation Tips
Figure 4
Wireless Installation Tips
When installing any wireless system, consider certain limitations. Low power wireless transmitter signals do NOT broadcast equally through
all types of construction materials. However, the Control Panel does contain a sensitive receiver that typically allows for placement of
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Sensors and Accessories
Wireless System Sensors

Thin Door/Window Contact

Recessed Door Contact

Passive Infrared (PIR) Motion Detector

Four (4)-Button Keyfob Remote

Panic Button Remote

Glass Break Detector

Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm

Wireless Touch Screen Keypad

Wireless Keypad

Super Switch Takeover Module (Wireless Takeover of an Alarm System, US Patent No . 8,638,218)
System Accessories

LTE (Cellular) Radio Module

Internal Antenna

External In-Wall Antenna

External Attic Mount Antenna

Standard Battery Pack (UL 1023)

Extended Battery Pack (UL 985)

Replacement Power Supply

Go!Bridge™ IP Communicator

Hardwire Conversion Kit D
Mount Holes
Mount Hole
E
G
C
B
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Control Panel Mounting Plate
Mount the Control Panel on the wall in a convenient location (or use the optional desk mount). These tools may be required to mount the Control
Panel onto the wall:

Screwdriver

Wire Stripper

Staple Gun

Drywall Saw (or equivalent)

Ladder
1.
To remove the optional desk mount, press the inward on the tabs connecting the base and
panel .
2.
Hold firmly, then use your fingernail to detach and remove the panel faceplate (A).
3.
Unlock the two captive screws (B) and two latches (C) with a small flathead screwdriver to
separate the panel (D) from the bottom mounting plate.
4.
Depress the two tabs and pull apart to unlock the unit from the mounting plate.
5.
Use the level on the mounting plate, then mark the wall for the wiring cutout slot. Use a
drywall saw to cut the slot .
6.
If using the optional LTE (Cellular) Radio Module with an external antenna, remove the plastic
knockout labeled “
” on the mounting plate (E). Mark and cut a slot in the drywall for the
external antenna .
7.
Attach the mounting plate to the wall using four (4) screws.
8.
Remove the two top screws from the Panel, then replace the screws attaching the Hanger (G).
9.
Hang the panel from the mounting plate.
Installation
A
Remove Face Plates
B
Unlock Locking Screws
C
Unlatch Latches
D
Remove from Mounting Plate
E
If using external antenna, remove knockout
plate. Use mounting plate as a template
to mark wire cutout hole in dry wall (four
screws).
G
Hanger
Figure 5
Control Panel Mounting Procedure
A
Four T
abs
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WARNING:

To avoid damage to the output, do NOT connect an
electromechanical bell to these terminals .
Installation
Wiring
Hardwired loops need to be programmed for contact type .
Figure 6
Hardwired Loop Wiring
Remote Alarm Sounder
The Control Panel provides two (2) terminals for an optional
connection to a remote electronic alarm sounder.
Figure 7
Remote Alarm Sounder
WARNING:

Stranded conductors clamped under wire-
binding screws or similar parts shall have the individual
strands soldered together or arranged in a construction that
has been determined to be the equivalent .
The bell terminals can be supervised . If
Q21: Siren Supervision
Time
is set to
(1) Enabled
, and the wire between the Control
Panel and sounder is cut, the Control Panel displays a trouble
alert message for siren supervision and sends a bell trouble
report to the Central Station.
1.
Install the remote sounder in a secure location where it will
be easily heard by occupants .
2.
Route wiring from the remote sounder location to the
Control Panel’s wall cutout .
NOTE:

If the Piezo alarm siren for the remote sounder has an
extremely low current draw or the sounder produces hum or
noise, install an 820Ω resistor in parallel with the sounder.
Wireless Sensors
Install wireless sensors in the appropriate location using the
Installation Instructions
included with each wireless sensor as a guide .
Hardwired Loops
Hardwired loops can be programmed either Normally Open (N/O) or Normally Closed (N/C). End-of
-Line Resistors (EOLR) can also
be used to supervise the loops . Only contacts should be used with the hardwired loops .
NOTE:

The Control Panel does not support powering external devices (PIR’s, etc .) .
NOTE:

Hardwired loops cannot be used for a CO or Fire sensor loop .
1.
If either of the two (2) hardwired loops are going to be used, install the contacts and then route the loop wire to the Control
Panel’s wall cutout .
2.
If end-of -line supervision is required for the loop, install a 2.2kΩ resistor (not supplied) as shown in
Figure 6 Hardwired Loop
Wiring
. B
A
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Figure 9
In-Wall Antenna Installation
Installation
1.
Power ON the Control Panel .
2.
Access the System Configuration screen as follows:
a .
At the Home screen, tap the system logo in the
lower -right corner.
b .
At the Enter Your Code screen, enter the master
installer code (the default code is 1561) .
c .
At the Installer Toolbox screen, tap System
Configuration.
d .
Tap Go To and then enter the code shown below to
respond to these programming questions:

Enter
08
.

Enter
11
.

Enter
12
.
IMPORTANT:

You must program the module in order to
use it
with the Control Panel .
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module
If installing the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module, see below:
NOTE:

The routing of the antenna wire is critical.
You
must route the wire exactly as directed or cell radio
interference will occur.
1.
When using external antennas, plug the antenna
connector into the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module .
The antenna drops into the wall or mounts in the
attic with the cable passing through the slot in the
Control Panel’s mounting plate.
A
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module Connector
B
End of antenna hangs down inside the wall
Figure 8
Attic Antenna Installation
The LTE (Cellular) Radio Module should already be
activated by the factory. If not, contact the Remote
Service Provider
. For the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module to
function, it must be activated before it can be enrolled.
Enrollment is accomplished by creating an account with
the provider
.
A
Attic antenna mounted as high as possible
B
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Figure 10
Control Panel Wiring Diagram
Installation
Control Panel Wiring Diagram
The following diagram shows you the Control Panel wiring . A
B
1
2
3
5
4
6
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Control Panel Wiring
The third-hand hanging strap allows you to hang the
Control Panel on the mounting plate during installation.
1.
Hang the Control Panel on the mounting plate by the
third-hand hanger strap.
2.
Connect the hardwire loop and external sounder to
the Control Panel’s terminal block .
Figure 11
Third-Hand Hanging Strap
Backup Battery Connection and Power
Supply Wiring
The backup battery connects to the Control Panel’s circuit board
with a two (2)-pin header assembly.
The power supply features a two (2)-position terminal block
for connecting the power supply to the Control Panel power
terminals (connection wire not included).
1.
Locate an unswitched wall outlet for the plug-in power
supply
.
WARNING
:
Never connect the power supply to switch-
controlled outlet .
2.
Route two (2)-conductor wire from the power supply
location to the Control Panel mounting plate. For wire size
and maximum length, see “Wired Size and Length”, below.
3.
Being careful to observe polarity, connect the wire to the
power supply’s DC+ and DC- terminals. Do NOT plug the
power supply into an outlet at this time.
4.
Being careful to observe polarity, connect the wire to the
Control Panel input terminals 14VDC (+) Terminal 1 and
14VDC (-) Terminal 2.
NOTE
:
Grounding of the Control Panel is NOT required for proper
operation.
5.
Plug the backup battery pack’s connector into the connector
on the Control Panel’s circuit board . The Control Panel does
not recognize that the battery is connected until AC power
is connected to the power supply
.
NOTE:

The standard backup battery that is included with all
2GIG Control Panels does not support UL 985 installations.
To comply with the secondary supply requirement in
UL
985: Household Fire Warning System Units
, install the 2GIG
Console Battery Pack (This is a high-capacity 2600mAh Ni-MH
replacement battery pack).
Wire Size and Length
To ensure proper operation, do NOT exceed the following
maximum length for the wire size installed:
Terminal Block Wiring Diagram
Figure 12
Terminal Block Wiring Diagram
TIP:

To ensure that the appropriate wire size and length is
installed, measure the voltage between the power connection
terminals at the back of the Control Panel . The voltage measured
must not fall below 11 volts DC or the Control Panel may display
nuisance “AC Power Loss” messages and send AC Loss Reports
to the Central Station.
See “
Q52: AC Loss Reports to CS (0‐1)
” on
page 53
.
A
Third-hand hanging strap
B
Hardwire loops and external sounder connected to
terminals.
1
14 VDC Power Input (+)
2
14 VDC Power Input (-)
3
Common Ground (GND)
4
Bell (+)
5
Bell (-)
6
Hardwired Zone
Wire Size
Maximum Length
22 AWG
55 ft (16.8)
20 AWG
85 ft (25.9 m)
22 AWG 2-pairs
(19 AWG equivalent)
110 ft (33.5 m)
18 AWG
135 ft (41.1 m)
Installation A
E
B
C
D
D
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Figure 13
Power Supply Wiring
NOTE:
In the United States, wiring routed inside walls, ceilings,
and floors must comply with requirements of
ANSI/NFPA 70:
National Electrical Code (NEC)
and local building codes . For
wiring from the output of the 2GIG Class II Power Supply, wiring
rated CL2, CL2X, CL2R, or PLTC is recommended to satisfy these
requirements . If this wiring is installed in an air plenum (space
used for environmental air exchange) it must be rated CL2P
(plenum-rated).
Figure 14
Connecting Battery and Closing Panel
3.
Spread the retaining bracket ears and plug the Control
Panel’s power supply into the unswitched wall outlet . Slots
are provided on the bracket to secure the power supply
with a zip-tie.
4.
After about five (5) seconds, the Control Panel indicates
that power has been applied . If the Control Panel does not
power up, check the power supply polarity
.
Figure 15
Securing the Power Supply
Control Panel and Power Supply Mounting
After all the wiring complete, follow these steps to power up the
Control Panel:
1.
Place the bottom of the Control Panel over the lower lip
of the backplate and flip the Control Panel upwards. Then
push the Control Panel over the mounting bracket until it
snaps into place, then secure it with the retaining screw
.
2.
Peel off the adhesive backing from the power supply
retaining bracket and attach the bracket to the outlet with a
wall plate screw
.
NOTE:

In the United States (and other countries where it is
required), use the power supply retaining bracket . In Canada, the
power supply retaining bracket is not required .
1
Place the screw here for a bracket on a standard style outlet.
2
Place the screw here for a bracket on a decora style outlet.
A
Connect battery
B
Align mounting plate tabs inside of console bottom edge
C
Swing console up and snap into the mounting plate
D
Secure console with two screws in retaining mode
E
Align face plate and press into place
A
Left Terminal 14 VDC (+)
C
14 VDC (+) Terminal 1
B
Right Terminal 14 VDC (-)
D
14 VDC () Terminal 2
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Commercial Installations
Figure 16
Commercial Installations
For commercial installations, the Control Panel is designed for use only as a burglary alarm system, and not for fire protection.
Installation location and wiring methods shall be in accordance with
ANSI/NFPA 70: National Electric Code, UL 681: Installation
and Classification of Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems, and UL 827: Central‐Station Alarm Services
.
NOTE:

When used with the Alarm .com service, this security system has been evaluated and complies with
UL 1610: Central‐
Station Burglar Alarm Units
. For commercial UL 1610 installations, you must install the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module.
See
“LTE (Cellular) Radio Module”
on page 15
.
NOTE:
All entries and exits within a commercial installation setup must be protected according to the criteria provided by
UL
681: Installation and Classification of Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems.
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NFPA Standard 72
In the United States and Canada, smoke detectors must be installed in accordance with
National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) Standard 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code
, which reads as follows:

2‐1.1.1
Smoke alarms shall be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and
on each additional story of the family living unit including basements and excluding crawl spaces and unfinished attics. In new
construction, a smoke alarm shall be installed in each sleeping room.
2‐1.1.2
For family living units with one or more split levels (i.e., adjacent levels with less than one full story separation between
levels), a smoke alarm shall suffice for an adjacent lower level, including basements. (Exception: Where there is an intervening
door between one level and the adjacent lower level, a smoke alarm shall be installed on the lower level .)

Ceiling mounted smoke alarms should be located in the center of the room or hall, or not less than 4 inches from any
wall . When the alarm is mounted on a wall, the top of the alarm should be 4 to 12 inches from the ceiling .

Do not install smoke alarms where normal ambient temperatures are above 100°F (37.8°C), or below 40°F (4°C). Also, do
not locate alarm in front of air conditioners, heating registers, or other locations where normal air circulation will keep
smoke from entering the detector
.
A‐2.5.2.1
Smoke Detection - Are More Smoke Alarms Desirable? The required number of smoke alarms might not provide
reliable early warning protection for those areas separated by a door from the areas protected by the required smoke alarms.
For this reason, it is recommended that the residential user consider the use of additional smoke alarms for those areas for
increased protection. The additional areas include the basement, bedrooms, dining room, furnace room, utility room, and
hallways not protected by the required smoke alarms. The installation of smoke alarms in kitchens, attics (finished or unfinished),
or garages is not normally recommended, as these locations occasionally experience conditions that can result in improper
operation or false alarms”.
NOTE:
Smoke alarms are not to be used with detector guards unless the combination has been evaluated and found
suitable for
the purpose .
Figure 17
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Main Display Screens
Home Screen
To go to the
Home
screen, press the
Home

button on the
Control Panel . The Home screen reveals:

System Status
. The status of the system appears at the
top left of the screen. For example,
System Armed
or
System Ready, Not Armed
.

Conditional Messages
. A variety of conditional
messages will also appear under the System Status .

Time, Date and Weather
. The current time, date, and
daily weather forecast (when the system includes the
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module and has an active account
with a Remote Services Provider) .

System Status Icons
. Icons in the top-right corner reveal
a variety of conditions. See

System Status Icons
” on
page 25
.
Buttons on this page include:

Security
. Opens the Security screen . See Security
Screen .

Services . Opens the Services screen . See the Control
Panel’s User Guide for more information.

Silent Control . Opens the Bypass screen . See the
Control Panel’s User Guide for more information.

Display OFF
. Turn OFF the Control Panel screen .
Figure 18
Home Screen

Trouble Alerts
. Displays when trouble alerts are
pending .

Messages
. Displays when messages are pending .

Alarm Memory
. Displays when alarms are pending .
For information about the
Silent Control
button, see the
Control Panel’s
User Guide
.
Arming Screen
The
Arming
screen lets users arm the security portion
of the system . It displays the system status and arming
buttons for
Stay
and
Away
mode . It also includes these
options:

Entry Delay
Select this check box to arm the system
with an entry delay
. Clear the check box to arm the
system without an entry delay
. See
“01 Exit/Entry 1”
on page 33
and
“01 Exit/Entry 2” on page 33
.

Silent Exit
Select this check box to silently arm the
system without sounding the exit delay beeps . Arming
the system in
Stay
mode always uses silent exit .
Figure 20
Arming Screen
Menu Screen
The
Menu
screen includes the
Arm
and
Toolbox
buttons.
Figure 21
The Menu Screen
Security Screen
The
Security
screen displays three (3) buttons for
Arm
,
Menu
, and
Status
. It also shows the time, date, and
weather display (requires that the feature is supported by
the Remote Service Provider) .
Figure 19
Security Screen
If any of the 24-hour emergency options are enabled, an
Emergency
button also appears. It also includes these options:

Chime
Select this check box to enable system chimes and
clear the check box to disable system chimes . Note that
chimes can also be enabled or disabled for each sensor
number by tapping
Toolbox
and then
Chimes Setup
.

Voice Select this check box to enable voice
announcements
for the system. Voice announcements always sound during
alarm conditions.
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System Status Screen
The
System Status
screen lists system status and any alerts .
The date and time of alerts are listed in the displayed log.
One option button for Silence is displayed; it temporarily
stops the announcement of the system status during the
status display
.
Figure 22
System Status Screen
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Toolbox and Installer Toolbox
The Control Panel includes two (2) different toolboxes for
programming the system:

Toolbox
. Individuals with a
user code
can access basic
programming functions in the end user Toolbox.

Installer Toolbox
. Individuals with the
installer code
can
access both the basic programming functions of the user
Toolbox and the more advanced programming functions
of the Installer Toolbox .
Toolbox Screens
The Toolbox provides individuals who possess a
user code
with
the ability to access basic programming functions.
Accessing the Toolbox
To access the basic Toolbox screens:
1.
At the
Home
screen, tap
Security
, then
Menu
, and then
Toolbox
.
2.
At the Enter Your Code to Access the Toolbox screen,
enter a
user code
. The default user code is 1111 .
Figure 23
Enter Your Code Screen
Figure 25
Toolbox (2 of 3)
Figure 26
Toolbox (3 of 3)
Installer Toolbox Screens
The
Installer Toolbox
screen provides individuals who
possess the
installer code
with the ability to access a variety
of system configuration and testing buttons.
NOTE:

The Installer Toolbox is only accessible when the
system is disarmed . The
installer code
does NOT disarm the
system. You must know the
user code
to disarm the system .
Accessing the Installer Toolbox
There are two (2) ways to access the Installer Toolbox on
the Control Panel:

At the
Home
screen, tap the system logo in the lower
-
right corner and then tap the
Installer Toolbox
button.
Finally, enter the
installer code
. OR

At the
Home
screen, tap
Security
>
Menu
>
Toolbox
.
Then tap the
Installer Toolbox
button and enter the
installer code
.

The default installer code is 1561 . To learn how to
change this code, see
Q43: Installer Code (4 Digits)
.
Accessing the System Configuration for
System and Sensor Programming
To access the system configuration screens for
programming sensors into the system:
1.
Tap
Disarm
and enter a valid user code . The default
user code is 1111 .
2.
Access the Installer Toolbox . See
Accessing the
Installer Toolbox
above .
3.
At the
Installer Toolbox
screen, tap the
System
Configuration
button.
1.
When the
Toolbox (1 of 3)
screen appears, tap the left and
right arrows to scroll between the different screens.


Each screen provides different buttons for accessing
different features.
Figure 24
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NOTE:

The other buttons let you restore the default Control
Panel settings and provide access to a variety of system tests.
The System Configuration screens present installers with
a sequential list of programming questions. For a list of all
available programming questions, see
“Programming Question
Table on page 29
.
Figure 28
Q1: Select RF Sensor # (01-48, 63-74).
Figure 27
Installer Toolbox Screen
After tapping the
System Configuration
button, the first
programming question appears. To learn more, see
System
Configuration Screens
.
System Configuration Screens
Use the System Configuration screens to program sensors into
the system . Installers can access the System
Configuration
screens as described in
Accessing the System Configuration for
System and Sensor Programming
.
TIP:

To simplify programming, questions are arranged so that
commonly used values appear early in the question sequence.
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Touch Screen Keypad Traffic
Figure 35 Touch Screen Keypad Traffic

An up arrow indicates the panel is sending
information to the touch screen keypad (if installed).
A down arrow indicates the touch screen keypad is
sending information to panel.
Cell Radio
Figure 36 Cell Radio

If the option LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is installed,
the Cell Radio icon appears while the Control Panel
is receiving Over
-the-Air (OTA) firmware updates.
Interior sensor open
Figure 37 Interior Sensor Open
If an interior sensor is open (or a motion detector
has just been activated) this icon appears. As a
warning, the icon flashes during arming.
System Status Icons
The top line of the Control Panel’s display is the status bar that shows the current system mode, the status of the sensors, and any current
system trouble alerts. Special icons are displayed on the right side to provide visual indications of the system’s current condition.
Figure 29
System Status Icons
A
Status Bar
B
Status Icons
AC Power On/OFF
Figure 30 AC Power ON
The AC Power icon shows the status of the
AC power to the Control Panel . A WHITE plug
appears when AC power is present .
Figure 31 AC Power OFF

The AC Power icon shows the status of the AC
power to the Control Panel. A RED “X” appears
over the WHITE plug when AC power is absent .
Sounder Disabled
Figure 32 Sounder Disabled

If the system’s internal sounder has been
lowered and external sounder has been
disabled by the installer for testing, the sounder
disabled icon appears. It also flashes to indicate
silent arming .
Low Backup Battery
Figure 33 Low Backup Battery
If the Control Panel’s backup battery tests low,
the low backup battery icon appears.
Test Mode
Figure 34 Test Mode

This icon displays when the system is in Walk
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Programming Navigation
When the installer is using the System Configuration menus,
the Control Panel will present each programming question
sequentially. Most programming questions have a single
numeric value response or a simple enabled/ disabled selection.
Some programming questions have sub- options that can be set.
These sub-options are displayed for the question selected and
can be accessed through navigation keys on the display.
Navigation Arrows & Go To Button
The programming question screens display up, down, left, and
right navigation arrows. Use these arrows to scroll through the
programming questions and to select sub- options.
Tap the
Go To
button and then enter a two (2)-digit code to
jump directly to a programming question. See
“Programming
Question Table”

on page 28
. The
Go To
button changes to
Cancel

when waiting for you to enter a question number. Tap
Cancel
to
back out .
Figure 38
Navigation Arrows & Go To Button

The ↑ and ↓ arrows select the next or previous
programming sub-question.

The ← and → arrows choose values for the question on
or move the cursor left and right along the white data
entry field.
Figure 40
Questions with Sub-options
Questions with Data Entry
Some of the programming questions require entering
numeric or alphabetic data. For devices that can be named,
the Control Panel contains a large vocabulary with words to
choose from . See
“Voice Descriptors”
on page 35
.

Tap
Insert
to display the first word in the
Voice
Descriptors
list. Use the ← and → arrows to scroll
through the word list, or enter the corresponding three
(3)-digit code. See
“Voice Descriptors”
on page 35
.

Tap
Backspace to move
the cursor to the left and delete
one (1) character at a time.

Tap
Delete
to delete one character to the right of the
cursor or any characters that are highlighted .

Tap
Forward
to highlight the next word in a multi- word
data field.

Tap
Back
to highlight the previous word in a multi- word
data field. The
Back
button displays the previous screen
in some cases .

Tap
Shift
to reveal alternate characters on the keypad
that can be used for data entry
.
Figure 41
Questions with Data Entry
Questions without Sub-Options
Most of the programming questions do not have sub- options.
They navigate as follows. Questions without sub- options do
not display a
Skip
button.
Figure 39
Questions without Sub-options

The ↑ and ↓ arrows select the next or previous
programming question.

The ← and → arrows choose values for the question
on or move the cursor left and right along the white
data entry field.
Questions with Sub-Options
Some of the programming questions have sub-options.
They navigate as follows. Questions with sub-options
display a Skip button during the question. The Skip button
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Additional Buttons
Depending on the programming question, additional
buttons may be displayed on screen:

Tap
Esc
(Escape) to “undo” the previous action. This is
useful when you want to restore the previous value for
the question or sub-question.

Tap
Sum
(Summary) to reveal a summary of the values
stored for the question and sub-options.

Tap
End
to reveal a summary of the values stored for
the entire Control Panel memory.

Tap
Learn
to set the system to receive a sensor’s serial
number during programming .

Tap
Paste
to repeat the last sensor serial number
entered .

Tap
Exit
to exiting the programming module.
Figure 42
Other Buttons Displayed
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Programming Outline
Each system installed will require programming . Most
installations being performed by the professional alarm installer
for a specific organization will have common values set in every
Control Panel that is reporting to the Central Station. Other
programming values, such as the account number and sensor
setup, may be unique for each installation.
Use the following outline to guide you through the installation
process . Understanding the Control Panel’s programming
structure will help to save time during each installation.
At this stage the following should be already completed:

All hardwired sensors installed

All wireless sensors installed

Control Panel mounted, connected, and powered up
1.
At the
Home
screen, tap the system logo in the lower
right
corner
.
Figure 43 The Home Screen
After completing all setup and programming tasks, refer to the
Control Panel’s
User Guide
for information about operating the
system. Check off the programmed options for the system in the
User
Guide
.
NOTE:

Instruct the end user about proper system operations, and
leave the
User Guide
at the installation site for reference.
ANSI/SIA CP-01 Compliance
Several programmable options have the defaults preset to provide
compliance with the
American National Standards Institutes/
Security Industry Association CP‐01 Control Panel Standard
. The
table below details the settings that comply with
ANSI/SIA CP‐01

and permanently programmed into the Console . The
ANSI/SIA CP‐01

settings documented in the table be low cannot be changed:
NOTE:

You can also tap the Installer Toolbox button from
the
system’s
Toolbox (3 of 3)
screen .
2.
Enter the
installer code
(the default installer code is 1561)
in the
Enter Your Code to Access the Toolbox
screen .
3.
At the Installer Toolbox, tap
System Configuration
. Then
begin the
“RF Sensor Programming Questions”
on page 39
.
4.
After programming all of the required sensors into the
Control Panel, tap
End
, then
Exit
, to save the changes .
5.
After the Control Panel restarts, tap
Security > Menu
>
Toolbox
.
6.
When prompted, enter the
master user code.
The default
master user code is 1111 .
7.
Tap the
User Management
button and then setup the
user codes . Be sure to set up the Duress Code as User #8 .
Tap
Back
when finished.
8.
Tap
Brightness/Volume
and set the levels for the
installation.
9.
The volume setting does not affect the volume of alarm
sounds .
10.
Tap → to view the second toolbox screen.
11.
Tap Back Light Timeout and set the display lighting
timeout.
12.
Tap Set Date and Set Time and set the calendar and clock .
If the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is installed,the date and
time sets automatically.
13.
Press the
button to return to the Home screen.
Programming Questions
ANSI/SIA CP-01
Setting
Range
Q1> Q: Select RF Sensor#
Dialer Delay (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
(0) Disabled or
(1) Enabled
Q2 > Q: Select Wired
Sensor
Dialer Delay (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
(0) Disabled or
(1) Enabled
Q5 Enter Exit Delay, in
Seconds (45-120)
60 Seconds
45-120 Seconds
Q6 Enter Entry Delay 1, in
seconds (45-120)
30 Seconds
30-240 Seconds
Q7 Enter Entry Delay 2, in
seconds (45-120)
No Default Code
30-240 Seconds
Q10 Enter Call Waiting
Disable Code (0-6 digits
45 Seconds
0-6 Digits
Q20 Select Swinger
Shutdown
Count (1 to 6)
(2) Two Trips
1-6 Trips
Q26 Select Auto Stay
(0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
(0) Disabled or
(1) Enabled
Q27 Exit Delay Restart
(0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
(0) Disabled or
(1) Enabled
Q31 Enter Cancel Time, in
Minutes (5-255)
5 Minutes
6-254 Minutes
Q32 Select Cancel
Display (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
(0) Disabled or
(1) Enabled
Q35 Select Abort Window
Dialer Delay (0 to 2)
30 Seconds
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Programming Question Table
Q#
Programming Question/Sub-Question
Default Setting
Q1
Select RF Sensor # (01-48,63-74)
Select RF Sensor # Type
(00) Unused
Select RF Sensor # Equipment Type
Varies by RF sensor type
Only shown for some sensor types
Select RF Sensor # Equipment Code
(0000) Other
Enter RF Sensor # Other Equipment Code (0-9999)
0
NOTE: Only shown if (0000) Other is selected as the RF Sensor # Equipment Code
Enter RF Sensor # Serial Number (7 digits)
0000000
Select RF Sensor # Equipment Age (0 to 1)
(0) New
Select RF Sensor # Loop Number (1 to 3)
Varies with sensor model selected
Select RF Sensor # Dialer Delay (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled‡
(2) Disabled (for Fire and CO only)
Construct RF Sensor # Voice Descriptor
No Default Setting
Select RF Sensor # Reports (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Select RF Sensor # Supervised (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Select RF Sensor # Chime (0 to 13)
(0) Disabled
Q2
Select Wired Sensor # (1 to 2)
Select Wired Sensor # Type
(00) Unused
Enter Wired Sensor # Equipment Code
Select Wired Sensor # Equipment Age (0 to 1)
(0) New
Select Wired Sensor # Normal State (0 to 3)
(0) Not Used
Select Wired Sensor # Dialer Delay (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled‡
Construct Wired Sensor # Voice Descriptor (0 to 1) ‡
No default
Select Wired Sensor # Reports (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Select Wired Sensor # Chime (0 to 13)
(0) Disabled
Q3
Select Fob # (1 to 8)
Select Fob # Used (0 to 1)
(0) Unused
Select Fob # Equipment Code (0000)
(0000) Other
Enter Fob # Other Equipment Code (0 to 9999)
0
NOTE: Only shown when (0000) other is selected as the Fob # Equipment Code
Enter Fob # Serial Number (7 digits)
0000000
Select Fob # Equipment Age (0 to 1)
(0) New
Select Fob # Emergency Key (0 to 4)
(0) Disabled
Select Fob # Key 2 Can Disarm (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Construct Fob # Voice Descriptor
Keyfob #
Select Fob # Arm No Delay (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Select Fob # Key 4 Output (0 to 2)
(0) Disabled
Q4
Select RF Keypad # (1 to 4)
(0) Unused
Select RF Keypad # Used (0 to 1)
(0000) Other
Select RF Keypad # Equipment Code
Enter RF Keypad # Other Equipment Code (0 to 9999)
0
NOTE: Only shown if (0000) Other is selected as the RF Keypad # Equipment Code
Enter RF Keypad # Serial Number (7 digits)
0000000
Select RF Keypad # Emergency Age (01)
(0) New
Select RF Keypad # Emergency Keys (01)
(1) Enabled
Construct RF Keypad # Voice Descriptor
Keypad #
Q5
Enter Exit Delay, in Seconds (45 to 120)
60 seconds‡
Q6
Enter Entry Delay 1, in Seconds (30 to 240)
30 seconds‡
Q7
Enter Entry Delay 2, in Seconds (30 to 240)
45 seconds‡
Q13
Select Two-Way Voice (0 to 2)
(1) Stay Online
Q14
Select Silent Panic/Burglary Listen Only (1 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q15
Select Dialing Type (0 to 1)
(0) Touch Tone
Q16
Select Police Emergency Key (0 to 2)
(1) Audible
Q17
Select Fire Emergency Key (0 to 1)
(1) Audible
Q18
Select Emergency Key (0 to 1)
(1) Audible
Q19
Select Quick Arming (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q20
Select Swinger Shutdown Count (1 to 6)
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Programming Question Table
Q#
Programming Question/Sub-Question
Default Setting
Q21
Select Siren Supervision Time (0 to 3)
(0) Disabled
Q22
Enter CS Lack of Usage Notification Time, in Days (0-255)
7 Days
Q23
Enter Radio Modem Network Failure Time (0-255)
30 Minutes
Q24
Select Radio Network Failure Causes Trouble (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q25
Select Radio Modem Network Failure Reports (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q26
Select Auto Stay (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled ‡
Q27
Select Exit Delay Restart (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled ‡
Q28
Select Quick Exit (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q29
Enter Periodic Test, in Days (0-255)
30 Days
Q31
Enter Cancel Time, in Minutes (5-255)
5 Minutes‡
Q32
Select Cancel Display (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled‡
Q33
Select Cross Sensor 47-48 (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q34
Enter Cross Sensor Timeout, in Seconds (10-120)
10 Seconds
Q35
Select Abort Window Dialer Delay (0 to 2)
(1) 30 Seconds‡
Q36
Select Burglary Bell Cutoff (0 to 4)
(0) 4 Minutes
Q37
Select Fire Bell Cutoff (0 to 4)
(0) 4 Minutes
Q38
Enter Time to Detect AC Loss, in Minutes (1-30)
10 Minutes
Q39
Select Random AC Loss Report Time (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q40
Enter CS #2 Phone Number (0-25 digits)
No Default
Q43
Enter Installer Code (4 digits)
1561
Q44
Select Lock Installer Programming (0 to 2)
(0) Disabled
Q45
Select Lock Default Programming (0 to 2)
(0) Default All
Q46
Select Trouble Doesn’t Sound at Night (0 to 1) *
(1) Enabled
Q47
Select Troubles Resound After Holdoff (0 to 7)
(0) Disabled
Q48
Enter Download CSID (6 digits)
000000
Q49
Select Programming Mode Entry Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q50
Select Trouble Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q51
Select Manual Bypass Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q52
Select AC Loss Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q53
Select System Low Battery Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q54
Select RF Low Battery Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q55
Select Opening Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q56
Select Closing Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q57
Select Alarm Restore Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q58
Select Trouble Restore Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q59
Select Bypass Restore Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q60
Select AC Restore Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q61
Select System Low Battery Restore Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q62
Select RF Low Battery Restore Reports to CS (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q63
Select Phone Fail Detect (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q64
Select Smart Test Reports (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q65
Select RF Jam Causes Trouble (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q66
Select Daylight Saving (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q67
Select Daylight Saving Start Month (01 to 12)
(03) March
Q68
Select Daylight Saving Start Sunday (1 to 7)
(2) 2nd
Q69
Select Daylight Saving End Month (01 to 12)
(11) November
Q70
Select Daylight Saving End Sunday (1 to 7)
(1) 1st
Q71
Select System Tamper Causes Trouble (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q72
Select Quick Bypass (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q73
Select Disarming Keyfob After Alarm Alert (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q74
Select Keyfob Arm/Disarm Confirmation (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q75
Select Auto Unbypass for Manual Bypass (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q76
Select Force Bypass Reports (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q77
Select Event Log (0 to 3)
(3) All Events
Q78
Select Output (00-12)
(11) Follows Internal Sounder Alarm‡
Q79
Select Z-Wave Feature (0 to 3)
(3) Enabled with Local Rules
Q80
Select Z-Wave Switches Feature (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q81
Select Z-Wave Thermostats Feature (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q82
Select Z-Wave Door Locks Feature (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q83
Select Temperature Display Units (0 to 1)
(0) Degrees Fahrenheit
Select date and time format (0 to 2)
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Q#
Programming Question/Sub-Question
Default Setting
Select monetary symbol (0 to 8)
(0) $
Q84
Select Services Require Master Code
(0) Disabled
Q85
Select Master User Access to Z-Wave Toolbox (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q86
Select Disable Siren After Two-Way Audio (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
Q87
Select Keyfob/Remote Arming Mode on System Not Ready (0 to 2)
(0) Auto-Bypass with Zone Participation
Q88
Select Z-Wave Siren Mode (0 to 1)
(0) Sound for Burglary and Fire/CO
Q89
Select Allow Backlight Always On (Demo Mode)
(0) Disabled
Q90
Select Energy Feature (0 to 2)
(0) Disabled and Hidden
Q91
Select Radio Modem Supplier
Varies by Supplier**
Q92
Select Network Device (0 to 1)
(0) none
Network Device ID (Read-Only)
0
NOTE:
Only appears if (1) Go!Bridge is selected in Q92 Select Network
Device (0 to 1)
Select Configuration Source (0 to 1)
(0) DHCP
If (0) DHCP is selected in Select Configuration Source (0 to 1), the
following sub-questions appear:
Select Port # (1 to 8)
(1) Port 1
NOTE:
This option is automatically selected if you choose (0) DHCP in the
previous question. Typically, you will skip this question unless additional
programming is required.
Select Used (0 to 1)
(0) Disabled
NOTE:
Typically, you will skip this question unless additional programming
is required.
Enter Port Value (0-65535)
0
NOTE:
Only appears if (1) Enabled is selected in Select Used (0 to1)
Enter Port Forward IP Address
000.000.000.000
NOTE:
Only appears if (1) Enabled is selected in Select Used (0 to 1).
NOTE:
Typically, you will accept the default IP address value that appears.
If (1) Static is selected in Select Configuration Source (0 to 1), the
following sub-questions appear
Enter Device IP Address
Enter Gateway IP Address
Enter Subnet Mask
Q93
Enter Broadband Network Failure Time (1-255)
30
Q94
Select Broadband Network Failure Causes Trouble (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q95
Select Broadband Network Failure Reports (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled
Q96
Select send report 3 times on panel tamper (0 to 1)
(1) Enabled**
Q97
Select sound on normal closing acknowledgment (0 - to - 1)
(1) Enabled**
‡ Indicates the default setting for ANSI/SIA CP-01 compliance
* To comply with UL 985:Household Fire Warning System Units, the setting for Q46: Select Trouble Doesn’t Sound at Night must be set to (0)
Disabled.
** To comply with UL 1610: Central-Station Burglar-Alarm Units, Q96and Q97 must beset to (1) enabled. UL 1610 compliance also requires that
Q91: Select Radio Modem Supplier
be set to (1) Radio Modem Supplier 1.
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Zone Numbering
Zones
Descriptions
1-48
Wireless Zones
47-48
Wireless Cross-Sensor Zone
49-50
Wired Zones
51-58
Keyfobs
59-62
Keypads
63-74
Wireless Zones
92
Duress
95
Fire
96
Medical
99
Police Panic
The Control Panel supports 60 wireless protection zones. When programming zones, keep the following numbering ranges
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Sensor Types (Zones)
Each sensor (wireless or wired) installed in the system is programmed to a specific sensor number and sensor type (zone). The
sensor number identifies the specific sensor when it is displayed on the Control Panel, recorded in the event log, or reported to
the Central Station. This allows pin-point information about any sensor in the system.
The sensor type determines how and when the Control Panel responds to signals from the sensor
. Some sensors are armed all
the time, others are armed only in certain arming levels, some cause Central Station Reports anytime they are activated. The
sensor’s type, along with other programming options, determine this.
Sensor Type (Zone)
Descriptions
(00) Unused
This is the setting for unused sensor numbers that do not have a sensor programmed into them. No system action
occurs at any time from this sensor type.
(01) Exit/Entry 1
This sensor type is reserved for doors that are used for exit and entry of the protected premises. When the system is
armed in the Stay or Away mode, the exit delay timer starts. There is an exit delay regardless of whether the system is
armed in Stay or Away mode. When the exit delay timer expires, the system is fully armed.
With the system fully armed, when this type of sensor is triggered, the Entry Delay 1 timer starts. The system must be
disarmed before the Entry Delay 1 timer expires, or an alarm will occur.
If the entry delay timer is turned OFF during arming, the exit/entry delay sensors will act as non-delayed instant
sensors at the end of exit delay.
(02) Exit/Entry 2
This sensor type operates the same as the Exit/Entry 1 sensor type except it starts the Entry Delay 2 timer.
This provides a method of having a longer entry delay on certain openings, such as a garage door, to provide the end
user more time to disarm the system.
(03) Perimeter
This sensor type is for perimeter doors and windows that will not be used to enter or exit the protected premises while
the system is armed. An instant alarm will occur when this type of sensor is triggered with the system armed in either
the Stay or Away mode.
(04) Interior Follower
This sensor type is for interior sensors such as motion detector, interior doors, and other sensors that detect human
presence inside the protected premises. This type of sensor is called a “follower” due to its action when the system
is armed in the Away mode. After the exit delay expires and the system is armed, if an interior follower sensor is
triggered, an instant alarm will occur. If an exit/entry delay sensor is triggered first, the interior follower sensor will
also be delayed.
Interior follower sensors are always bypassed and not active when the system is armed in Stay mode. This allows the
premises to be occupied while still protecting the perimeter.
(05) Day Zone
This sensor type is the same as a perimeter zone, except when the system is disarmed, a violation displays a trouble
alert on the Console’s display. Common uses for this sensor type are protection of sensitive areas that require
notification and possibly a Central Station trouble report, but not an alarm when the system is disarmed.
(06) 24-Hour Silent Alarm
This sensor type is active independent of the system arming status. The code for silent panic is sent to the Central
Station, but for safety, there are no visual or audible indications locally that this sensor type has been triggered.
(07) 24-Hour Audible Alarm
This sensor type is continuously armed 24-hours a day. A sensor programmed to this type will trigger a local alarm and
the bell output regardless of the mode the system is in. Typical use would be an audible panic alarm.
(08) 24-Hour Auxiliary
Alarm
This sensor type is continuously armed 24-hours a day. A sensor programmed to this type will trigger an alarm
regardless of the mode the system is in. The bell output will not activate, but the local sounder will continue until
it’s acknowledged at the Control Panel. Typical use would be for a monitoring device such as a flood or temperature
sensor. There is no time out for the internal sounder, it will continue until a user code is entered.
(09) 24-Hour Fire †
This sensor type is continuously armed 24-hours a day. A sensor programmed to this type will trigger the local alarm
fire sounder and the bell output regardless of the mode the system is in. Typical use would be for wireless smoke
detectors. This sensor type is always active and cannot be bypassed.
(10) Interior with Delay
This sensor type operates as a delayed sensor when the system is armed in the Away mode, and when triggered, will
start the Entry Delay 1 timer. If the system is armed in Away mode with no Entry Delay (armed instant), this sensor type
will trigger an instant alarm.
If the system is armed in Stay mode (or Stay mode with no Entry Delay), this sensor type will be bypassed.
(14) 24-Hour Carbon
Monoxide †
This sensor type is continuously armed 24-hours a day. A sensor programmed to this type will trigger the local alarm
pulse sounder and the bell output regardless of the mode the system is in. Typical use would be for wireless carbon
monoxide detectors. This sensor type is always active and cannot be bypassed.
(16) 24-Hour Fire with
Verification †
This sensor type is continuously armed 24-hours a day. A sensor programmed to this type can trigger the local alarm
fire sounder and the bell output regardless of the mode the system is in. Typical use would be for wireless smoke
detectors. This sensor type is always active and cannot be bypassed.
For verification, this sensor type must be violated twice in two (2) minutes, or remain violated for 30 seconds. If any
other fire sensor (verified sensor type or not) violates within two minutes, both sensors will cause a fire alarm.
WARNING
THIS UNIT INCLUDES AN ALARM VERIFICATION FEATURE THAT WILL RESULT IN A DELAY OF THE SYSTEM ALARM
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Sensor Types (Zones)
Sensor Type (Zone)
Description
(23) No Response Type
This sensor type is a special zone that can be monitored for activity or inactivity by the Central Station. It does not affect
security system status.
(24) Silent Burglary
This sensor type is for silent triggering the burglary alarm with perimeter doors and windows that will not be used to enter
or exit the protected premises while the system is armed. The Control Panel’s sounder and the bell output will not activate.
An instant silent alarm will occur when this type of sensor is triggered with the system armed in either the Stay or Away
mode.
(32) Remote Device*
This zone type is selected by the installer when pairing the panel with peripheral devices that can utilize localized
troubles (such as RF jam, low battery, tamper, or AC loss detected by the peripheral device). This sensor is continuously
active and will cause a trouble at the panel for all problem conditions. When the panel is in an armed state, this
sensor type will cause an alarm for TAMPER and RF JAM. All trouble conditions will be sent to the monitoring station if
reporting is enabled with the exception of AC LOSS. This will only be displayed at the panel.
† Indicates Sensor types that are not allowed for hardwired loops .
* Sensor Type Reporting is only supported on
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Voice Descriptors
The Control Panel includes a system vocabulary. When programming sensors when using firmware version 1.13, you can use the codes
detailed in this table:
Figure 44
List of Voice Descriptors
Code
Description
Code
Description
002
ABORT
041
CLOSET
003
AC
042
CODE
004
ACCESS
043
COMMUNICATIONS
005
ALARM
044
COMPUTER
006
AND
045
CONTROL
007
ANNOUNCEMENT
046
COOL
008
AREA
047
CRAWL
009
ARM
048
CURRENT
010
ARMED
049
DAY
011
ARMING
050
DEGREES
012
AT
051
DEN
013
ATTIC
052
DETECTOR
014
AUDIO
053
DIM
015
AUTO
054
DINING
016
AUTOMATION
055
DISARM
017
AUXILIARY
056
DISARMED
018
AWAY
057
DOCK
019
BABY’S
058
DOOR
020
BACK
059
DOWNSTAIRS
021
BASEMENT
060
DRIVEWAY
022
BATHROOM
061
EAST
023
BATTERY
062
EIGHT
024
BEDROOM
063
EIGHTEEN
025
BONUS
064
EIGHTY
026
BREAK
065
ELECTRIC
027
BUTTON
066
ELEVEN
028
BYPASS
067
EMERGENCY
029
BYPASSED
068
ENTER
030
CABINET
069
ENTRANCE
031
CANCEL
070
ENTRY
032
CARBON MONOXIDE
071
ERROR
033
CELLAR
072
EXERCISE
034
CELLULAR
073
EXIT
035
CELL RADIO
074
EXIT NOW
036
CENTER
075
EXTERIOR
037
CHECK
076
EXTERNAL
038
CHEST
077
FAILURE
039
CHILDREN’S
078
FAMILY
040
CHIME
079
FAN
Code
Description
Code
Description
080
FIFTEEN
119
INTRUSION
081
FIFTY
120
IS
082
FIRE
121
KEY
083
FIRE ALERT
122
KEYFOB
084
FIRE DETECTOR
123
KEYPAD
085
FIRST
124
KIDS
086
FIVE
125
KITCHEN
087
FLOOD
126
LAUNDRY
088
FLOOR
127
LEFT
089
FLUID
128
LEVEL
090
FOIL
129
LIBRARY
091
FOR
130
LIGHT
092
FORTY
131
LIGHTS
093
FOUR
132
LIQUOR
094
FOURTEEN
133
LIVING
095
FOURTH
134
LOADING
096
FREEZE
135
LOCK
097
FREEZER
136
LOFT
098
FRONT
137
LOW
099
FURNACE
138
MAIN
100
GAME
139
MAINTENANCE
101
GARBAGE
140
MASTER
102
GAS
141
MEDICAL
103
GLASS
142
MEDICINE
104
GLASS BREAK
143
MENU
105
GUEST
144
MIDDLE
106
GUN
145
MONITOR
107
HALL
146
MOTION
108
HALLWAY
147
MOTION DETECTOR
109
HANGING
148
MUD
110
HANGUP
149
NINE
111
HEAT
150
NINETEEN
112
HIGH
151
NINETY
113
HOME
152
NORTH
114
HOUSE
153
NOT
115
ICE
154
NOT READY
116
INSIDE
155
NO DELAY
117
INSTANT
156
NO ENTRY DELAY
118
INTERIOR
157
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Voice Descriptors
Code
Description
Code
Description
158
OFF
197
SEVENTY
159
OFFICE
198
SHED
160
ON
199
SHOP
161
ONE
200
SIDE
162
ONE HUNDRED
201
SILENT
163
OUTPUT
202
SIREN
164
OUTSIDE
203
SIX
165
PANEL
204
SIXTEEN
166
PANIC
205
SIXTY
167
PANTRY
206
SKYLIGHT
168
PATIO
207
SLIDING
169
PERIMETER
208
SMOKE
170
PHONE LINE
209
SOUNDER
171
PLAY
210
SOUTH
172
POLICE
212
SPARE
173
POOL
213
STAIRS
174
POUND
214
STAR
175
POWER
215
STATUS
176
PRESS
216
STAY
177
PREVIOUS
217
STOP
178
PUMP
218
STORAGE
179
RADIO
219
STUDY
180
READY
220
SUMP
181
REAR
221
SUPERVISION
182
RELAY
222
SYSTEM
183
REMOTE
223
TAMPER
184
REPEAT
224
TEMPERATURE
185
RF JAM
225
TEN
186
RIGHT
226
TERMINATED
187
ROOM
227
THERMOSTAT
188
SAFE
228
THIRD
189
SECOND
229
THIRTEEN
190
SECURITY
230
THIRTY
191
SENSOR
231
THREE
192
SENSORS
232
TO
193
SESSION
233
TOOL
194
SET
234
TRANSMITTED
195
SEVEN
235
TRANSMITTER
196
SEVENTEEN
236
TROUBLE
Code
Description
Code
Description
237
TURN
276
DAUGHTER’S
238
TWELVE
277
DOORBELL
239
TWENTY
278
GIRL’S
240
TWO
279
IMAGE
241
UNLOCK
280
IMAGE SENSOR
242
UPPER
281
MAIN
243
UPSTAIRS
282
SON’S
244
USER
283
SUN
245
UTILITY
284
THEATER
246
VALVE
285
WING
247
VOICE
286
SWITCH
248
WALL
249
WATER
250
WEST
251
WINDOW
252
WIRELESS
253
YARD
254
ZERO
255
ZONE
256
BALCONY
257
COURTYARD
258
DECK
259
DETACHED
260
OVERHEAD
261
REFRIGERATOR
262
SERVICE
263
WAREHOUSE
264
GATE
265
APARTMENT
266
FOYER
267
TV
268
VIDEO
269
PORCH
270
CORNER
271
BELL
272
BOY’S
273
CAMERA
274
CAVE
275
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Equipment Codes
The table below details the available equipment codes:
Code
Description
(0000)
Other
(0470)
HW R-D/W “5818MNL”
(0475)
Existing Glass Break Detector
(0491)
HW Panic Pendant “5802MN2”
(0519)
HW Glass Break “5853”
(0530)
HW PIR “5894PI”
(0533)
HW PIR “5890”
(0556)
Existing Flood/Temp Sensor
(0557)
HW Heat Sensor “5809”
(0577)
Existing Keyfob Remote
(0589)
HW Smoke “5808W3”
(0609)
Existing Motion Detector
(0616)
Existing Smoke Detector
(0624)
HW Flood Sensor “5821”
(0637)
HWD/W”5816”
(0655)
Existing Door/Window Contact
(0692)
Existing CO Detector
(0708)
Existing Heat Sensor
(0859)
CO1-345C CO Detector (Canada)
(0860)
CO1-345 CO Detector (USA)
(0862)
2GIG Thin Door/Window Contact
(0863)
2GIG Recessed Door Contact
(0864)
2GIG Glass Break Detector
(0866)
2GIG 4-Button Keyfob Remote
(0867)
2GIG Wireless Keypad
(0868)
2GIG Panic Button Remote
(0869)
2GIG PIR with Pet Immunity
(0871)
SMKE1-345C Smoke Detector (Canada)
(0872)
SMKE1-345 Smoke Detector (USA)
(0873)
2GIG Takeover Module
(0895)
SMTK2-345 GE Smoke/Heat Detector (USA/Canada)
(1026)
2GIG CO Detector
(1058)
2GIG Smoke Detector
(1059)
2GIG-TS1 Wireless Touchscreen Keypad
(1061)
Tilt Sensor
(1062)
2GIG Tilt Sensor
(1063)
2GIG Doorbell
(1064)
2GIG Bypass Sensor
(1065)
2GIG Flood Sensor
(1067)
2GIG Repeater
(1068)
2GIG Translator
(9999)
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Installer Programming
Account Registration
Register the account to enroll the Control Panel with the remote
service provider’s Central Station.
Typically, the account registration data is created with the service
installation contract and then stored in a database managed by
the Central Station. The data includes items such as the customer
name, address, and the Central Station telephone number, and the
account number assigned to the Control Panel .
If you will be installing the 2GIG Go!Bridge IP Communicator,
additional registration information is required. For details, see
the
Installation Instructions
included with the Go!Bridge IP
Communicator
.
Wireless (RF) Sensor Programming
The Control Panel can be programmed with up to 60 RF sensors
of different types. In addition to the 60 multi- purpose RF sensors,
you can also program eight (8) RF remote control key fobs and four
(4) RF remote control keypads into the system .
RF sensors # 01‐48 and #63‐74 report as wireless zones 01‐ 60.
Programming questions for RF sensor programming include:

Q1: Select RF Sensor Number
. Select sensor number
01-48 or
63-74.

Q: Select RF Sensor # Type
. Select (01)
Exit/Entry 1
, (02)
Exit/Entry 2
,
(03) Perimeter
, and so on. For options, see
“Zone Numbering”
on page 32
.

Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Type
. Some sensor types
ask for the equipment type, others do not . See
“Q: Select
RF Sensor # Equipment Type”
on page 40
.

Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Code
. Select the four (4)-
digit equipment code for the sensor model . See
“Equipment
Codes”
on page 37
.

Q: Enter RF Sensor # Other Equipment Code
. If you select
(0000) Other
in the previous question, you must enter this
code .

Q: Enter RF Sensor # Serial #
. Enter the serial number
(typically a label on the sensor or its packaging) or tap
Shift

then
Learn
on the panel . Then trip the sensor to transmit
the serial number to the panel .

Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Age
. Specify whether the
sensor is
(0) New
or
(1) Existing
.

Q: Select RF Sensor # Loop Number
. Specify the
appropriate loop number(s) for the sensor
.
See
“Q: Select RF
Sensor # Loop Number (1 to 3)”
on page 40
.

Q: Select RF Sensor # Dialer Delay
. Specify whether to use
delayed or instant digital communicator reports for the
sensor. The delay time is set on the Dialer Abort screen.

Q: Construct RF Sensor # Voice Descriptor
. Specify the
name assigned to the sensor that is announced if this
feature is programmed .

Q: Select RF Sensor # Reports
. Specify
(0) Disabled
or
(1)
Enabled
whether or not RF sensors trigger a report to the
Central Station.

Q: Select RF Sensor # Supervised
. Specify whether or not
the Control Panel checks for status reports from the sensor
.

Q: RF Sensor # Chime
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Figure 45
RF Sensor Programming Outline
Q1: RF Sensor Programming Outline
Summary of RF Sensor # Screen
After setting all the options for a sensor, the RF sensor summary
screen is displayed . The screen can also be displayed for
programmed sensors during RF sensor program editing by tapping
the
Sum
button.

While programming each RF sensor remember that the ←
and → arrow bu ons step through each of the RF sensor
numbers .

To return to programming, tap
Edit Current
or
Edit Next
.

Tap
Skip
to go to question number Q2 (Wired Sensor
Programming) . See
“Wired Sensor Programming”
on page 41
.
Figure 46
Summary of RF Sensor # Screen
RF Sensor Programming Questions
Q1: Select RF Sensor # (01-48, 63-74)
Up to 60 wireless RF sensors can be used with each Control Panel.
The options for each sensor are programmed with sub-option
questions.
1.
Enter the RF sensor number or tap the ← or → arrows to
select it .
2.
Program the sensor details by using the ↑ and ↓ arrows to
select each of the sub-options.
NOTE:

To skip Q1 and jump directly to Q2 for Wired Sensor
Programming, tap
Skip
.
Q: Select RF Sensor # Type
DEFAULT: (00) Unused
Answer this question to define the sensor type (zone). Simply
enter the appropriate code (see table below) or tap the ← or →
arrows to select the desired zone .
In the table below, a “Y” indicates the sensor type can be assigned.
A “N” indicates the sensor type is not used, an d an asterisk (*)
denotes that selecting this sensor type also requires you to answer
the
Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Type
question.
Scroll between op ons using the ← and → arrows. Move to
the previous or next prompt by tapping the ↑ and ↓ arrows.
1.
1
To program another sensor tap Next .
2.
To exit programming, tap Skip then End and Exit . Upon
exit, the panel takes several seconds to restart . *Only use
d for “other” equipment
**Tap
Insert
for each word . To select from the list, you can use
the keypad or tap the ← or → arrows.
Sensor Types (Zone)
RF
Wired
(00) Unused
Y
Y
(01) Exit/Entry 1
Y
Y
(02) Exit/Entry 2
Y
Y
(03) Perimeter
Y
Y
(04) Interior Follower*
Y
Y
(05) Day Zone
Y
Y
(06) 24-Hour Silent Alarm*
Y
Y
(07) 24-Hour Audible Alarm*
Y
Y
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For automatic entry
. Tap
Shift
, then tap
Learn
to place
the Control Panel into learning mode . Then trigger the RF
sensor. The Control Panel will beep four (4) times and learn
the sensor’s serial number
. If the sensor being learned is
already in memory, the Control Panel will display a sensor
learning failure screen when the programming changes are
being saved .
For certain sensors with more than two loops, the tamper switch
must be used to send a signal to the Control Panel during sensor
learning. The fir st press of the tamper switch will learn the sensor
into the panel as Loop #1 . The second press of the tamper switch
will learn the sensor into the panel as Loop #2, and the third press
of the tamper switch will learn the sensor into the panel as Loop
#3 . Pa use 15 seconds between each press of the tamper switch .
The programmed loop number of the sensor in the Control Panel
may need changing to suit the operation of the device. For details,
see the
Installation Instructions
included with the sensor
.
Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Age (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) New
The Control Panel can be used with new or existing RF sensors.

If this RF sensor is new for the installation, leave the default
setting of
(0) New
.

If this RF sensor is already installed, select
(1) Existing
.
NOTE:

If the RF sensor has more than one loop and is being
programmed into multiple sensor numbers to support the loops,
set only one loop as “new” and the other loops as “existing”. This
will prevent incorrect inventory of the installed sensors .
Q: Select RF Sensor # Loop Number (1 to 3)
DEFAULT: Varies with sensor model selected
The 2GIG Door/Window Contact sensors have two (2) inputs: an
internal magnetic contact and an external
Normally Closed
(N/C)
hardwired input . Either or both sensor inputs can be used .
TIP:

Some sensors are capable of three (3) loop inputs .
NOTE:

When using both the internal magnetic contact and the
external input, the magnet contact AND the external contact must
be assigned a different RF sensor number. Both sensor numbers
will share the same sensor serial number
.

When programming the sensor to use the built
-in magnetic
contact, set the loop number to
(2) 2
.

When programming the sensor to use its hardwired input,
set the loop number as
(1) 1
.

When programming a three (3)-loop sensor to use an
additional input, set the loop number as
(3) 3
.

When entering the sensor number for the sensor’s loop 2
or 3, tap
Paste
to recall the last programmed sensor’s serial
number. (The sensor number will be filled in automatically
if
Learn
is used) .
Q: Select RF Sensor # Dialer Delay (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
If this feature is enabled, the delay time must be set to a minimum
of 30 seconds for ANSI/SIA compliance.
To set the delay time, see
“Q35: Abort Window Dialer Delay (0-2)” on page 52
.

RF sensors can trigger the digital communicator
immediately or after a delay. The default setting
(1) Enabled

causes delayed dialing for this RF sensor number
.

For immediate dialing for this RF sensor number, select
(0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:

This setting for CO and Smoke Alarms is automatically set
to
(0) Disabled
, and this sub-question is skipped for these sensor
types .
Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Type
DEFAULT: Varies by RF Sensor Type
NOTE:

Some sensor types (zones) will require you to specify an
equipment type selection, which affects the sensor’s extended
reporting code.
Simply enter the appropriate equipment type code (see table below)
or tap the ← or → arrows to select the appropriate equipment type.
The table below shows the Equipment Types available for each Sensor
Type (Zone):
Q: Select RF Sensor # Equipment Code
DEFAULT: (0000) Other
Select the four (4)-digit equipment code that corresponds
to the
appropriate sensor model . See
“Equipment Codes”
on page 37
.
Q: Select RF Sensor # Other Equipment Code
NOTE:

This sub-question is only displayed if
(0000) Other
is
selected
as the
RF Sensor # Equipment Code
.
Enter the equipment code number directly on the keypad for the RF
sensor. Enter “0” if the new equipment code is unknown.
Q: Enter RF Sensor # Serial Number (7 Digits)
DEFAULT: 0000000
RF sensor serial numbers can be manually entered or automatically
transmitted from the sensor to the Control Panel.

For manual entry
. Enter the sensor number that was logged
for the sensor being programmed . Tap
Shift
to access
alphabetic characters.
Sensor Types (Zone)
RF
Wired
(08) 24-Hour Auxiliary Alarm*
Y
Y
(09) 24-Hour Fire
Y
N
(10) Interior with Delay*
Y
Y
(14) 24-Hour Carbon Monoxide
Y
N
(16) 24-Hour Fire Verification
Y
N
(23) No Response Type*
Y
Y
(24) Silent Burglary
Y
Y
Sensor Type (Zone)
Equipment Types
(04) Interior Follower
(1) Motion
(2) Contact
(06) 24-Hour Silent Alarm
(1) Contact
(11) Emergency
(07) 24-hour Audible Alarm
(1) Contact
(11) Emergency
(08) 24-Hour Auxiliary
(1) Contact
(6) Freeze
(8) Water
(10) Temperature
(11) Emergency
(10) Interior with Delay
(1) Motion
(2) Contact
(23) No Response Type
(1) Contact
(2) Motion
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Q: Construct RF Sensor # Voice Descriptor
DEFAULT: No Default
NOTE:

For a list of available voice descriptors, see
“Voice
Descriptors”
on page 35
.
The voice descriptors are the words the Control Panel will
announce for this RF sensor if this sensor is programmed for
voice annunciation. Up to five(5) words are allowed.
1.
Tap
Insert
to place a word from the vocabulary into the data
entry field.
2.
Tap the ← or → arrows to scroll through the words, or enter
the word’s three (3)-digit index number.
3.
Tap
Insert
again for the next word. Up to five words are
allowed .
4.
To move between words, tap the
Fwd
and
Back
buttons.
5.
To remove a word, tap Delete .
Q: Select RF Sensor # Reports (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
RF sensors can be programmed to trigger a report to the Central
Station or not.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
enables reporting for this
RF sensor number
.

To prevent reporting for this RF sensor number, select
(0)
Disabled
.
Q: Select RF Sensor # Supervised (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
When a sensor is set to supervised, the Control Panel will
expect regular timed signals from this sensor or else a sensor
supervisory trouble alert will occur
.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows supervision for this
RF sensor
.

To turn off supervision for this RF sensor, select
(0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:

Portable sensors such as panic buttons should not be set
as supervised if the sensor will be removed from the premises at
times.
Q: Select RF Sensor# Chime (00 to 13)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Each RF sensor can be set to sound a “ding-dong” chime and/or
sound its voice descriptor when the sensor is triggered . This step
determines the initial setting for the sensor.
The end user can change the chime setting for sensors using
Chime Setu
p in the User Toolbox .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
disables the chime for
this RF sensor
.

If a chime and/or voice is required for this RF sensor,
choose one of the other chime options:
Wired Sensor Programming
The Control Panel can be programmed with up to two (2)
wired sensors . The wired sensors are hardwired contact loops
connected to the loop input terminals on the Control Panel’s
terminal strip . To see where the two (2) hardwired sensors can
be wired into the Terminal Block, see the
“Terminal Block Wiring
Diagram”
on page 17
.
CAUTION:
Wired sensors cannot be used for a CO or Fire sensor
loop .
IMPORTANT:

Note that Wired Sensor reports as below:

Wired Sensor #1 = Reports as Sensor #49
See
Figure 47 Wired Sensor Programming Outline
on the next page
for the steps required to program wired sensors into the Control
Panel. The options that can be set for each wired sensor are:

Q2: Wired Sensor Number
. Select 1 or 2 .

Q: Wired Sensor # Type
. Select the zone . For example,
(01) Exit/Entry 1
,
(02) Exit/Entry 2
,
(03) Perimeter
, and so
on . See
“Zone Numbering”
on page 32
.

Q: Wired Sensor # Equipment Type
. Some sensor types
(zones) will prompt you to specify the equipment type .
Other sensor types will not prompt you for an equipment
type .

Q: Wired Sensor # Equipment Code
. Select the four (4)-
digit equipment code that corresponds to the appropriate
sensor model . See
“Equipment Codes”
on page
37
.

Q: Wired Sensor # Equipment Age
. Specify whether the
sensor is a
(0) New
or
(1) Existing sensor
.

Q: Wired Sensor # Normal State
. Choose between
(0) Not
Used
,
(1) Closed
,
(2) Open
,
(3) End‐Of‐Line‐Resistor
.


Q: Wired Sensor # Dialer Delay
. Specify whether to use
delayed or instant digital communicator reports for the
sensor. The delay time is set on the Dialer Abort screen.

Q: Wired Sensor # Voice Descriptor
. Specify the name
assigned to the sensor that is announced if this feature is
programmed .

Q: Wired Sensor # Reports
. Specify whether or not to send
digital communicator reports for the sensor
.
Code
Sensor Chime
(0)
Disabled
(1)
Voice Only
(2)
Ding-Dong with Voice #1
(3)
Ding-Dong #2
(4)
Ding-Dong with Voice #2
(5)
Ding-Dong #1
(6)
Ding-Ding
(7)
Ding-Ding with Voice
(8)
Ding-Dong #3
(9)
Ding-Dong with Voice #3
(10)
Chime #1
(11)
Chime #1 with Voice #1
(12)
Chime #2
(13)
Chime #2 with Voice #2
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Figure 47
Wired Sensor Programming Outline
Summary of Wired Sensor # Screen
After setting all the options for a sensor, the wired sensor
summary screen is displayed . The screen can also be displayed
for programmed sensors during wired sensor program editing by
tapping the
Sum
button.

While programming each wired sensor remember that the
← and → arrow bu ons step through each of the wired
sensor numbers .

To return to programming, tap
Edit Current
or
Edit Next
.

Tap
Skip
to go to question number Q3 (RF Key Fob
Programming) . See
“Wireless (RF) Key Fob

Programming”

on page 44
.
Figure 48
Summary of Wired Sensor # Screen
Q2: Wired Sensor Programming Outline
NOTE:

For the detailed steps of programming a wired sensor, see
“Wired Sensor Programming Questions” on page 41
.
Wired Sensor Programming Questions
Q2: Select Wired Sensor # (1-2)
Two hardwired loops can be used as sensors with each Control
Panel. The options for each wired sensor are programmed with
sub-option questions.

Begin by entering the wired sensor number or select it using
the ← or → arrows.

After selecting the wired sensor number, program the wired
sensor details by using the ↑ and ↓ arrows to select each
of the sub-options.
NOTE:

To skip wired sensor programming, tap
Skip
to jump
from question Q2 to question Q3. See
“Wireless (RF) Key Fob

Programming”
on page 44
.
Q: Select Wired Sensor# Type
DEFAULT: (00) Unused
Each wired sensor needs to be assigned to a sensor type . Select
the sensor type that matches the wired sensor’s function using the
← or → arrows or enter the sensor type number directly on the
keypad .
In the table below, a “YES” indicates the sensor type can be used
for the wired sensor. An “NO” indicates the sensor type is not used.
Scroll between op ons using the ← and → arrows. Move to
the previous or next prompt by tapping the ↑ and ↓ arrows.
1.
To program another sensor tap
Next
.
2.
To exit programming, tap
Skip
then
End
and
Exit
. Upon
exit, the panel takes several seconds to restart
Sensor Types (Zone)
RF Sensors
Wired Sensors
(00) Unused
Ye s
Ye s
(01) Exit/Entry 1
Ye s
Ye s
(02) Exit/Entry 2
Ye s
Ye s
(03) Perimeter
Ye s
Ye s
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Q: Select Wired Sensor# Equipment Type
DEFAULT: Varies by wired sensor type
NOTE
:
This question is only displayed when certain sensor types
(zones) are selected .
The equipment type selection will affect the sensor’s extended
reporting code.
The following sensor types require equipment type selection:
Q: Select Wired Sensor# Normal State
DEFAULT: (0) Not Used
The two hardwired loops can be wired for normally open (N/O) or
normally closed (N/C) contacts, or for end-of
-line (EOL) resistor.

The default setting
(0) Not Used
disables this wired sensor
.

To use this wired sensor, select the way the loop is wired:
Wired Sensor Normal State

(0) Not Used

(1) Closed

(2) Open

(3) End‐of‐Line Resistor
Q: Select Wired Sensor# Dialer Delay (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
If this feature is enabled, the delay time must be set to a minimum of
30 seconds for ANSI/SIA compliance. To set the delay time, see
“Q35:
Abort Window Dialer Delay (0-2)” on page 52
.
Wired sensors can trigger the digital communicator immediately or
after a delay.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
causes delayed dialing for this
wired sensor number
.

For immediate dialing for this wired sensor number, select
(0)
Disabled.
Q: Construct Wired Sensor # Voice Descriptor
DEFAULT: No Default
NOTE:

For a list of voice descriptors, see
“Voice Descriptors”
on
page 35
.
The voice descriptors are the words the Control Panel will announce
for this wired sensor if this wired sensor is programmed for voice
annunciation. Up to five (5) words are allowed.
1.
Tap
Insert
to place a word from the vocabulary into the data
entry field.
2.
Use the ← or → arrows to scroll through the words, or enter the
word’s three (3)-digit number.
3.
Tap
Insert
again for the next word. Up to five (5) words are
allowed .
4.
To move between words, tap the
Fwd
and
Back
buttons.
5.
To remove a word, tap Delete .
Q: Select Wired Sensor# Reports (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Wired sensors can be programmed to trigger a report to the Central
Station or not.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
activates reporting for this wired
sensor number
.

To prevent reporting for this wired sensor number, select
(0)
Disabled
.
Q: Select Wired Sensor# Chime (00 to 13)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Each wired sensor can be set to sound a “ding-dong” chime and/or
sound its voice descriptor when the sensor is triggered .

The default setting (0)
Disabled
inactivates the chime for this
wired sensor
.

If a chime and/or voice is required for this wired sensor,
choose one of the other chime options (next page):
Select the equipment type that matches the sensor equipment using
the ← or → arrows, or enter the equipment type number directly on
the keypad .
NOTE:

This Control Panel does not provide auxiliary accessory output
power
.
Connecting a hardwire PIR using equipment type “motion” will
require an external stand-alone battery backed-up power supply for
the PIR
.
Q: Wired Sensor # Equipment Code (0-9999)
DEFAULT: (0 )
Select the four (4)-digit equipment code that corresponds to the
appropriate sensor model . See

“Equipment Codes”
on page 37
.
Q: Select Wired Sensor# Equipment Age (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) New
The Control Panel can be used with new or existing wired sensors.

If this wired sensor is new for the installation, leave the
default setting of
(0) New
.

If this wired sensor is already installed, select
(1) Existing
.
Sensor Types (Zone)
RF Sensors
Wired Sensors
(04) Interior Follower
Ye s
Ye s
(05) Day Zone
Ye s
Ye s
(06) 24-Hour Silent Alarm
Ye s
Ye s
(07) 24-Hour Audible Alarm
Ye s
Ye s
(08) 24-Hour Auxiliary Alarm
Ye s
Ye s
(09) 24-Hour Fire
Ye s
No
(10) Interior with Delay
Ye s
Ye s
(14) 24-Hour Carbon Monoxide
Ye s
No
Sensor Type (Zone)
Equipment Types
(04) Interior Follower
(1) Motion
(2) Contact
(06) 24-Hour Silent Alarm
(1) Contact
(11) Emergency
(07) 24-hour Audible Alarm
(1) Contact
(11) Emergency
(08) 24-Hour Auxiliary
(1) Contact
(6) Freeze
(8) Water
(10) Temperature
(11) Emergency
(10) Interior with Delay
(1) Motion
(2) Contact
(23) No Response Type
(1) Contact
(2) Motion
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Sensor Chime
See
Figure 49 Key Fob Programming Outline
for the steps
required to program fobs into the Control Panel. The options
that can be set for each fob are:

Q3: Select Fob Number
. Select key fob number 1-8.

Q: Select Fob # Used
. Select
(0) Disabled
or
(1) Enabled
.

Q: Select Fob # Equipment Code
. Select the four (4)-digit
equipment code that corresponds to the appropriate
keyfob . See

“Equipment Codes”
on page 37
.

Q: Enter Fob # Other Equipment Code
. Enter the special
equipment code . This is only required when the
Key Fob
# Equipment Code
is set to
(0000) Other
.

Q: Enter Fob # Serial #
. Enter the serial number (typically
a label on the keyfob or the keyfob packaging) or tap
Shift
then
Learn
to place the panel into learning mode .
Then trip the keyfob to transmit the serial number to the
panel .

Q: Select Fob # Equipment Age
. Specify whether the
sensor is a
(0) New
or
(1) Existing
sensor
.

Q: Select Fob # Emergency Key
. Choose the function of
double-tapping the top buttons
(0) Disabled
,
(1) Auxiliary
Alarm
,
(2) Audible Alarm
,
(3) Silent Panic
, or
(4) Fire
.

Q: Select Fob # Key # Can Disarm
. Choose
(0) Disabled
or
(1) Enabled
to specify if the key fob is allowed to disarm
the system .

Q: Construct Fob # Voice Descriptor
. Construct the
name assigned for the keyfob announcement . See
“Voice
Descriptors”
on page 35
.

Q: Select Fob # Arm No Delay
. Choose if key fob will arm
the system instantly without an exit delay
.

Q: Select Fob # Key # Output
. Select an action for the key
fob auxiliary button.
Wireless (RF) Key Fob Programming
The Control Panel can be programmed with up to eight (8) RF key
fobs .
Programming the fobs into the Control Panel involves selecting
the sensor number for a particular device, setting or learning the
serial number, and selecting the other options for the sensor.
IMPORTANT:

RF key fobs 1 - 8 report to the Control Panel as
sensors 51 - 58 (opening/closing, emergency, and low battery
reports) .
Code
Sensor Chime
(0)
Disabled
(1)
Voice Only
(2)
Ding-Dong with Voice #1
(3)
Ding-Dong #2
(4)
Ding-Dong with Voice #2
(5)
Ding-Dong #1
(6)
Ding-Ding
(7)
Ding-Ding with Voice
(8)
Ding-Dong #3
(9)
Ding-Dong with Voice #3
(10)
Chime #1
(11)
Chime #1 with Voice #1
(12)
Chime #2
(13)
Chime #2 with Voice #2
Fob#
Reports as Sensor#
1
51
2
52
3
53
4
54
5
55
6
56
7
57
8
58
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Key Fob Programming Outline
Q3: RF Key Fob Programming Outline

Figure 49
Key Fob Programming Outline
Summary of RF Key Fob # Screen
After setting all the options for a key fob, the
Summary of Fob #

screen is displayed . The screen can also be displayed for programmed
keyfobs during keyfob program editing by tapping the
Sum
button.

While programming each key fob remember that the ← and →
arrow bu ons step through each of the key fob numbers .

To return to programming, tap the
Edit Current
or
Edit Next
buttons.

Tapping
Skip
goes to question number Q4 (RF Keypad
Programming) . See
“Wireless (RF) Keypad Programming” on
page 46
.
RF Key Fob Programming Questions
Q3: Select Fob # (1 to 8)
Up to eight (8) wireless four (4)-button key fobs can be used with
each Control Panel. Key fobs reports as sensors 51-58. The options for
each fob are programmed with sub-option questions.

Begin by entering the fob number or select it using the ← or
→ arrows.

Program the key fobs by using ↑ and ↓ arrows to select the
sub-options.
NOTE
:
To skip RF key fob programming, tap Skip to jump from
question Q3 to question Q4 (RF keypad programming). See
“RF
Keypad Programming Questions” on page 47
.
Q: Select Fob # Used (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) Unused
Key fobs can be used with the Control Panel or not .

The default setting
(0) Unused
sets all key fobs as unused .

To en able programming for this key fob, select
(1) Used
.
Q: Select Key Fob # Equipment Code (0-9999)
DEFAULT: (0000) Other
The key fob equipment code defines the sensor’s manufacturer and
type .

The default setting is
(0000) Other
.

Select
(0866) 2GIG 4‐button Key Fob
remote for a 2GIG-KEY2
key fob remote .

Select
(0577) Existing Key Fob
for an existing key fob remote.
NOTE:

Only 2GIG 4-Button Key Fob Remotes are compatible with this
system .
Q: Enter Key Fob # Other Equipment Code (0-
9999)
DEFAULT: 0
NOTE:

This question is only displayed if
(0000) Other
is
selected for a
key fob’s equipment code .

The equipment code is a four (4)-digit code that is assigned to
the model of key fob being used .

Enter the equipment code number for the key fob .
Scroll between op ons using the ← and → arrows. Move to
the previous or next prompt by tapping the ↑ and ↓ arrows.
1.
To program another sensor tap
Next
.
2.
To exit programming, tap
Skip
, then
End
, and then
Exit
.
Upon exit, the panel takes several seconds to restart .
3.
TIP:
Tap Skip to jump to question Q4. See
“RF Keypad
Programming Questions” on page 47
.
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Q: Enter Fob # Serial Number (7 Digits)
DEFAULT: 0000000
Key fob serial numbers can be manually entered or learned from
the fob .

For manual entry, enter the fob number that was logged for
the fob being programmed . Use the
Shift
button to access
alpha characters .

For automatic entry, tap
Shift
, then tap
Learn
. The Control
Panel will wait for a fob transmission . Trigger the fob being
programmed and the Control Panel will learn the fob’s serial
number
.
Q: Select Fob # Equipment Age (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) New
The Control Panel can be used with new or existing key fobs.

If this fob is new for the installation, leave the default
setting of
(0) New
.

If this fob is already installed, select
(1) Existing
.
Q: Select Fob # Emergency Key (0 to 4)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Pressing the
and
buttons on a key fob at the same time for
5 seconds can trigger an emergency alarm .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
inactivates the
emergency
function the fob #.

To enable the emergency function for this fob, select
one (1)
of the four (4) options:

(0) Disabled

(1) Auxiliary Alarm

(2) Audible Alarm

(3) Silent Panic

(4) Fire
Q: Select Fob# Key # Can Disarm (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
As an installer, consult the user as to whether to set the key
fob to allow disarming the Control Panel with the key fob’s
buttons . If the user wants the key fob used as a stationary wall
fob, it can also be set to prevent using the key fob to disarm the
system .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows the fob to disarm the
system .

To not allow the fob to disarm the system, select
(0)
Disabled
.
Q: Construct Fob# Voice Descriptor
DEFAULT: (#) Keyfob
The voice descriptor are the actual the words that the Control
Panel use for this fob for low battery
announcements
and log
entries. Up to five (5) words are allowed.
1.
Tap
Insert
to place a word from the vocabulary into the data
entry field.
2.
Use the ← or → arrows to scroll through the words, or enter
the word’s three (3)-digit index number.
3.
Tap
Insert
again for the next word. Up to five words are
allowed .
4.
To remove a word, tap
Delete
.
Q: Select Fob (#) Arm No Delay (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Key fobs can be set to arm the Control Panel with or without an
entry delay
.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
sets this fob to arm the
system
with
an entry delay
.

To set this fob to arm the system without an entry delay,
select
(1) Enabled
.
Wireless (RF) Keypad Programming
The Control Panel can be programmed with up to four (4) RF
keypads or RF touch screen keypads .
NOTE:

RF Keypads 1 - 4 report to the Control Panel as sensors 59
- 62 (for emergency, and low battery reports).

User Codes #1 - #8 are reported for openings and closings

User Code #0 is reported for Quick Arming The following
options can be set for each RF keypad:

Select RF Keypad Number
. Select keypad number 1-4.

Select RF Keypad # Used
. Enable or disable the keypad .

Select RF Keypad # Equipment Code
. Select the
equipment code for the keypad . See
“Equipment Codes”

on page 37
.

Select RF Keypad # Other Equipment Code
. If you
selected
(0000) Other
, enter the special equipment code .

Select RF Keypad # Serial #
. Enter the serial number from
the keypad or “learn” by sending a signal.

Select RF Keypad # Equipment Age
. Select
(0) New
or
(1)
Existing
.

Select RF Keypad # Emergency Keys
. Select
(1) Enabled
or
(0) Disabled
.

Construct RF Keypad # Voice Descriptor
. Construct the
name assigned for the keypad announcement . See
“Voice
Descriptors”
on page 35
.
RF Keypad
Reporting Codes
Keypad 1
Reports as sensor #59
Keypad 2
Reports as sensor #60
Keypad 3
Reports as sensor #61
Keypad 4
Reports as sensor #62
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RF Keypad Programming Questions
Q4: Select RF Keypad # (1 to 4)
Up to four (4) wireless keypads can be programmed for use with each
Control Panel. The options for each sensor are programmed with sub-
option questions:

Begin by entering the RF Keypad number or select it using the ← or
→ arrows.

Program the RF keypads by using the ↑ and ↓ arrows to select the
sub-options.
To skip RF Keypad programming, tap
Skip
to jump from question Q4 to
question Q5 (Exit Delay programming).
Q: Select RF Keypad (#) Used (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) Unused
Users can use RF keypads together with a Control Panel or not .

The default setting
(0) Unused
sets all RF keypads as unused .

To en able programming for this RF keypad, select
(1) Used
.
Q: Select RF Keypad (#) Equipment Code (0-9999)
DEFAULT: (0000) Other
The
RF keypad equipment code
defines the sensor’s manufacturer and
type .

The default setting is
(0000)

Other
.

Select
( 0867) 2GIG Wireless Keypad
.

Select
(1059) 2GIG TS1 Wireless Touchscreen Keypad
.
NOTE:

2GIG Wireless Touch Screen Keypad is not intended for
UL 985:
Household Burglar‐Alarm System Units
installations.
Q: Enter RF Keypad # Other Equipment Code (0-9999)
DEFAULT: 0
NOTE:

This question is only displayed if
(0000) Other
is
selected as the RF
keypad’s equipment code .
IMPORTANT:

The equipment code is a four (4)-digit code that is assigned
to the appropriate keypad model being used .

Enter the equipment code number for the RF Keypad .
Q: Enter RF Keypad# Serial Number (7 Digits)
DEFAULT: 0000000 or RF Keypad (#) Keypad ID (read‐only)
Serial numbers for standard wireless keypads can be manually entered
or learned from the keypad . For Wireless Touch Screen Keypads, serial
numbers can
only
be learned from the keypad. Read-only with Keypad ID’s
refer to the installer being unable to manually input an id .
Standard Keypads:

For manual entry, enter the Wireless Keypad that was logged for
the keypad being programmed . Tap the
Shift
button to access alpha
characters .

For automatic entry, tap
Shift
and then
Learn
. This places the
Control Panel into learning mode . When you trigger the keypad the
sensor for the keypad being programmed, it sends its serial number
to the Control Panel .
Wireless Touch Screen Keypads (only available in some regions):

For Wireless Touch Screen Keypads tap
Learn
. The Control Panel
displays the “
Pair with TS‐1. Initiating learning process
”. Tap the
keypad’s
Pair with Panel
button. When complete, the keypad
and the Control Panel display “The learn operation succeeded”
message .

The Control Panel displays “RF Keypad (#1-4)” to identify the
keypad .
Scroll between op ons using the ← and → arrows. Move to the
previous or next prompt by tapping the ↑ and ↓ arrows.
1.
To program another sensor tap
Next
.
2.
To exit programming, tap
Skip
, then
End
, and then
Exit
.
Upon exit, the panel takes several seconds to restart .
3.
Tap
Skip
to jump to question Q5.
Summary of RF Keypad Screen
After setting all the options for a sensor, the RF keypad
summary screen is displayed . The screen can also be displayed
for
programmed
RF keypads by tapping the
Sum
button.

To return to programming, tap the
Edit Current
or
Edit
Next
buttons.

Tapping
Skip
goes to question Q5 (Control Panel
programming) .

To exit programming, tap
Skip
then
End
and
Exit
. Upon
exit, the Control Panel takes several seconds to restart .
RF Keypad Programming Outline
Q4: RF Key Pad Programming Outline

Figure 50
Key Pad Programming Outline
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The keypad displays “Network ID: xxxx” which is its unique serial
number
.

Tap
OK
on both the Control Panel and the Wireless

Touch Screen Keypad to continue.
NOTE:

The Wireless Touch Screen Keypad will display “
The security
system is temporarily not operational
” after learning the Keypad. This
is normal, and will be displayed anytime the Control Panel is in system
configuration (programming) mode.
Q: Select RF Keypad# Equipment Age (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) New
The Control Panel can be used with new or existing RF keypads.

If this RF Keypad is new for the installation, leave the default of
(0) New
.

If this RF Keypad is already installed, select
(1) Existing
.
Q: Select RF Keypad# Emergency Keys (0 to 1)
NOTE:

This step is not displayed for Wireless Touch Screen keypads .
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Standard wireless keypads have 24-hour emergency buttons labeled Fire
and Police .

The default
(1) Enabled
enables this RF Keypad’s emergency keys .

To disable this RF Keypad’s emergency keys, select
(0) Disabled
,
the keys will not be able to trigger an alarm or report .
NOTE:

The RF Keypad’s POLICE button triggers a silent alarm if
programming question
Q16: Police Emergency Key (0‐2)
is set to
(2)
Silent Panic
. See
“Q16: Police Emergency Key”
on page 50
.
IMPORTANT:

To ensure that a signal is sent, instruct the end user to tap
and hold down the emergency key on the keypad until its indicator light
illuminates .
Q: Construct RF Keypad# Voice Descriptor
DEFAULT: (#) Keypad
The voice descriptor is the words the Control Panel will announce for
this RF Keypad. Up to five words are allowed.
1.
Tap
Insert
to place a word from the vocabulary into the data entry
field.
2.
Use the ← or → arrows to scroll through the words, or enter the
word’s 3-digit index number.
3.
Tap
Insert
again for the next word. Up to five words are allowed.
4.
To remove a word, tap
Delete
.
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Control Panel Programming
Programming Questions
Q1: RF Sensor Programming
To learn about RF sensor programming, see
“Wireless (RF)
Sensor Programming” on page 38
.
Q2: Wired Sensor Programming
To learn about wired sensor programming, see
“Wired
Sensor Programming” on page 41
.
Q3: RF Key Fob Programming
To learn about RF key fob programming, see
“Wireless (RF)
Keyfob Programming” on page 44
.
Q4: RF Keypad Programming
To learn about RF keypad programming, see
“Wireless (RF)
Keypad Programming” on page 46
.
Q5: Exit Delay, in Seconds (45-120)
DEFAULT: 60 seconds
The default minimum setting of 60 seconds is required
for ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance. The delay time can be
increased without affecting compliance.
The exit delay timer can be set to a value between 45 to
120 seconds.

The default setting
60
sets the exit delay to 60 seconds.

To change the exit delay timer, enter a value between
45‐120
seconds .
Q6: Entry Delay 1, in Seconds (30-240)
DEFAULT: 30 seconds
The default minimum setting of 30 seconds is required for
ANSI/SIA CP‐01 compliance.
NOTE:

For compliance with ANSI/SIA CP‐01, the total
number of minutes for the combination of Q6: Entry Delay
1 and Q35: Abort Window Dialer Delay cannot exceed one
(1) minute.
The timer for Entry Delay 1 can be set to a value between
30 to 240 seconds.

The default setting
30
sets the timer to 30 seconds.

To change the setting, enter a value between
30‐240

seconds .
Q7: Entry Delay 2, in Seconds (30-240)
DEFAULT: 45 seconds
The default minimum setting of 45 seconds is required for
ANSI/SIA CP‐01 compliance.

NOTE:

For compliance with ANSI/SIA CP‐01, the total
number of minutes for the combination of Q7: and Q35:
Abort Window Dialer
Delay cannot exceed one (1) minute .
The ti mer for Entry Delay 1 can be set to a value between
30-240 seconds:

The default setting of
45
sets the timer to 45 seconds.

To change the timer setting, enter a value between
30‐240
seconds .
Q13: 2-Way Voice (0-2)
DEFAULT: (1) Stay On Line
The Control Panel supports two (2)-way voice communications
between the subscriber and the Central Station operator over
the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module (if installed) after an alarm has
been reported .

The
(1) Stay On Line
allows two (2)-way audio over the
cell
radio .

Selecting
(2) Stay On Line, Including Fire and CO Alarms

allows 2-way audio over cell radio during fire and CO
alarms .

To turn off the two (2)-way audio feature OFF, select
(0)
Disabled
.
When the Control Panel connects with the operator, it will beep
once per second (every 6 seconds with a cell radio connection).
The beep alternates between two tones and indicates the
Control Panel is waiting for a session command. If the operator
fails to issue a command within one (1) minute (or three (3)
minutes if using the cell radio connection), the call is terminated.
Once the operator presses a command option, the beeps will
stop and a five (5)-minute audio session will start (or three (3)-
minute audio session if using the cell radio connection).
When two (2)-way voice communications have been established,
the Central Station operator can use the following telephone
keys to control the communications. Each time the operator
uses a command key, the session is extended for five additional
minutes (three minutes with a cell radio connection). During the
last minute of communications, the system beeps two (2) time s
every 15 seconds to indicate that time is running out.

Tap
1
to enable Talk mode one (1)-way communication from
the Central Station to the premises and allows the operator
to talk .

Tap
2
to enable VOX mode two (2)-way communications
from the Central Station to the premises.

Tap
3
to enable Listen mode one (1)-way communication
from the premises to the Central Station.

Tap
7
to extend the session five (5) minutes without
changing the mode of operation.

Tap
9
to end the audio session an terminate the call .
Q14: Silent Panic/Burglary Listen Only
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
The Control Panel supports audio listen-in of the subscriber
premises from the Central Station after a silent panic (police
emergency), silent burglary, or duress alarm has been reported .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows the Central Station to
use listen-in over audio after a silent panic, silent burglary,
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Q16: Police Emergency Key (0-2)
DEFAULT: (1) Audible
The Control Panel’s panic emergency button action can be
programmed. The panic emergency button is displayed by
pressing the
button.

The default
(1) Audible
allows the panic emergency
button to sound an audible alarm.

For silent activation, select
(2) Silent Panic
.

To not display the panic emergency button, select
(0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:
Setting this programming question for (2) Silent
Panic makes the Police button on all RF keypads silent also.
Q17: Fire Emergency Key (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Audible
The Control Panel’s fire emergency button can be enabled
or disabled. The fire emergency button is displayed by
pressing the Control Panel’s button.

The default setting
(1) Audible
allows the fire
emergency button to sound an audible alarm.

To disable and not display the fire emergency
button,
select
(0) Disabled
.
Q18: Emergency Key (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Audible
The Control Panel’s emergency button can be enabled or
disabled. The panel’s emergency button is displayed by
pressing the
Emergency
button on the panel.

The default setting
(1) Audible
sounds an audible
alarm when the button is pressed.
To disable this button, select (0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:
If all three (3) Emergency buttons are disabled, the
Control Panel displays a message when its
Emergency
button is pressed.
Q19: Quick Arming (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Quick arming allows the subscriber to arm the system
without having to enter a user code . If Open/Close Reports
are being sent, quick arming is reported as
User 0
.

The default
(1) Enabled
allows quick arming .

To turn off quick arming, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q20: Swinger Shutdown Count (1-6)
DEFAULT: (2) Two Trips
The minimum setting of (2) Two Trips is required for ANSI/
SIA CP‐01 compliance. This default setting can be increased
to three or more trips without affecting ANSI/SIA CP‐01
compliance
.
An unwanted series of multiple faults (usually caused by
a bad contact or sensor) is called a “swinger”. Swinger
shutdown sets the maximum number of alarms that any
sensor or hardwire loop can trigger during a single arming
period .
NOTE:

CO and Smoke detector alarms are not limited by
the swinger shutdown count. Other types of 24-hour zones
are limited by the swinger shutdown count .

The default setting
(2) Two‐Trips
sets the swinger
shutdown count at two (2) trips .

To change this count, select (1-6).
Q21: Siren Supervision Time (0-3)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The wiring connection to the external sounder can be
supervised. If the wiring to the sounder is cut for 15, 30, or 45
seconds, a bell trouble report can be sent to the Central Station.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
turns external sounder
supervision OFF
.

To supervise the external sounder wiring, select:

(1) 15 Seconds

(2) 30 Seconds

(3) 45 Seconds
Q22: CS Lack of Usage Notification Time
(0-255)
DEFAULT: 7 days
If this system has not been armed for a specified number of
days, inactivity reports can be sent to the Central Station.

The default setting is
7
days .

To change the duration, select a value between 1 to 255
days .

To turn this feature OFF, select
0
days .
Q23: Radio Modem Network Failure Time
(0-255)
DEFAULT: 30 Minutes
NOTE:
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module must be installed to use this
function.
If the optional LTE (Cellular) Radio Module loses its cellular
connection, specify the amount of down time that must pass
before triggering a trouble condition.

The default setting is
30
minutes .

To specify a different amount of time, enter a value
between one (
1
) to
255
minutes .

To turn this feature OFF, select
0
minutes .
NOTE:
After cellular service is restored for five (5) minutes, the
trouble condition automatically clears.
Q24: Radio Modem Network Failure Causes
Trouble (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
NOTE:
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module must be installed to use this
function.
Selects whether the Control Panel will sound and display trouble
if the optional LTE (Cellular) Radio Module has lost its cellular
connection. The trouble sounder can be silenced by the user at
the Control Panel (cell radio trouble is logged regardless of this
setting). When the cellular radio module connection is restored,
the trouble indications automatically clear.

The default
(1) Enabled
allows radio module failure trouble
indications.

To turn off radio module failure trouble indications, select
(0) Disabled
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Q25: Radio Modem Network Failure
Reports (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
NOTE:
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module must be installed to use
this function.
If the optional LTE (Cellular) Radio Module loses its cellular
connection, the Control Panel can report the fault and restore
communication.

The default
(1) Enabled
allows radio module failure/
restore reporting.

To turn off radio module failure/restore reporting, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q26: Auto Stay (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
This feature must be enabled for ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance.
When auto stay is enabled and the system is armed in the
Away
mode, if an exit/ entry sensor is not violated during the
Exit Delay, the system will arm in the
Stay
mode .

The default setting is
(1) Enabled
which turns the auto-
stay feature ON .

To turn this feature off, select
(0) Disabled
.
NOTE:
If the system is remotely armed in Away mode using a
key fob, mobile app, or computer, the auto-stay feature will
not switch the system to Stay mode .
Q27: Exit Delay Restart (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
This feature must be enabled for ANSI/SIA CP‐01 compliance.
When Exit Delay restart is enabled, re-entering the premises
through an exit/ entry door during the Exit Delay will restart
the Exit Delay
. The restart of the Exit Delay will only occur
one time; further violations of an ex it/entry sensor will not
extend the Exit Delay
.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
turns this feature ON .

To turn this feature OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q28: Quick Exit (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
The quick exit feature allows the user to start the Exit Delay
while the system is armed . When this feature is enabled, a
Quick Exit
button appears on the Security screen. Tap
Quick
Exit
while the system is armed when the user wants to leave
through an exit/entry door. After the Exit Delay expires,
the system will return to being armed in the mode it was in
before (either
Stay
or
Away
mode) .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
turns this feature ON .

To turn this feature OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q29: Periodic Test, in Days (0-255)
DEFAULT: 30 Days
Recurring test reports can be automatically sent to the Central
Station at a specified number of days.

The default setting is
30
. This sends an automatic test
report to the Central Station every 30 days.

To change the number of days, enter a value between
one (1) to 255 days .

To disable this feature, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q31: Cancel Time, in Minutes (5-255)
DEFAULT: 5 minutes
The minimum setting for ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance is 5 minutes. The
number of minutes can be increased without affecting ANSI/SIA CP
-01
compliance .
A cancel report will be sent to the Central Station after an alarm, if the
system is disarmed within the programmed time.

The default setting for the cancellation time is five (5) minutes.

To ex tend this time interval, enter a value between six (6) to 254
minutes .

To always send a cancel report when the system is disarmed after
an alarm, enter 255 .
NOTE:

See
Q32: Cancel Display
for information on displaying when a
cancel report is sent .
Q32: Cancel Display (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
This feature must be enabled for ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance.
A cancel report will be sent to the Central Station after an alarm, if the
system is disarmed within the programmed time. The Control Panel can
also display that a cancel report was sent .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
enables the cancel display feature .

To turn off the cancel display feature, select (0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:
See Q31: Cancel Time, in Minutes for information on setting the
cancel report trigger time.
Q33: Cross Sensor 47-48 (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The Control Panel can be programmed so sensors 47 and 48 must both
be violated during a set time to trigger an alarm. This is called “cross
sensor” verification. When enabled, if only one sensor (47or 48) is
violated, the alarm will not trigger, but a trouble report will be sent for
the sensor that triggered .
NOTE:

CO and Fire zone cannot be used for cross sensors .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
turns the cross sensor feature OFF
.

To turn the cross sensor feature ON, select
(1) Enabled
.
NOTE:
See Q34: Cross Sensor Timeout, in Seconds for information on
setting the cross sensor timeout.
Q34: Cross Sensor Timeout, in Seconds (10-120)
DEFAULT: 10 Seconds
The cross sensor timeout is the maximum period of time allowed
between violation of sensors 47 and 48 that will trigger an alarm. If both
sensors are violated within this time period, an alarm will be triggered.
If both sensors are not violated within this time period, an alarm will not
be triggered .
NOTE:
Cross sensor verification must be enabled with Q33: Cross Sensor
47-48 for this feature to function.

The default setting for the cross sensor timeout is 10 seconds.

To change the timeout duration, enter a valued
between 11 to 120
seconds .
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after the specified time length. When power is restored, the alert is
automatically cleared after one (1) minute.

The default detection timer for displaying the alert message is
(10) 10 Minutes
.

To change the detection timer, enter a value between 0 to 30
minutes .
NOTE:

After the AC power alert
is displayed or clears, the AC
power loss report or AC power restore report can be sent to the
Central Station immediately, or at a random time, see
Q39: Random
AC Loss Report Time
.
NOTE:

The Control Panel’s AC Power Icon immediately displays the
power status .
See
“AC Power ON/OFF”
on page 25
.
Q39: Random AC Loss Report Time (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
This feature allows the system to report AC power loss and AC power
restore at a random time of up to 45 minutes after the event occurs.
This helps to reduce Central Station congestion due to a wide-spread
power outage affecting many Control Panels at once. The random AC
power status report timer is triggered based on the time set by Q38:
Random AC Loss Report Time .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
turns this feature ON .

To turn this feature OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
NOTE:

The
installer code
must be unique from the
master user code

and all other user codes .
Q43: Installer Code (4 Digits)
DEFAULT: 1561
The
installer code
is a unique code that installation technicians use to
access the Installer Toolbox on the Control Panel .

The default installer code is
1561
.

To change the installer code, enter a new four (4)- digit code.
IMPORTANT:
If you change the installer code, always write it down so
that you can access the system later
.
Q44: Lock Installer Programming (0-2)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The installer programming lockout feature is provided to prevent
takeovers . The Control Panel can be set to limit an installer’s access to
programming questions after a period of 48 hours. The 48-Hour Lockout
timer starts when the installer exits System Configuration mode.
Three (3) options are available:

Unlimited full access to programming (no lockout) .

Limited access to programming after 48 hours.

No access to programming after 48 hours The default setting
(0) Disabled
selects unlimited full access to programming (no
lockout) .
To deny access to programming after 48 hours, select
(1) No Access to
Programming
.
If you select
(2) Limited Access to Programming
the installer will be
able to view, but not change the following attributes after the system
has run for 48 hours, the Central Station phone number, Central
Station account number, lock installer programming, download ID,
and default lockout fields.
After the 48 hour lockout timer has locked out the system, the timer
can be reset through the cell radio or PC download by remotely
setting this question to (0) or (2). Setting the option to (0) or (2) will
restart the 48 hour lockout timer.
Q35: Abort Window Dialer Delay (0-2)
DEFAULT: (1) 30 Seconds
The default minimum setting for ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance is
30 seconds.
The delay time can be increased to 45 seconds without affecting
ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance only if the combination of Q35 and
Q6 or Q7 does not exceed one (1) minute .
NOTE:

The dialer delay can be disabled for each sensor
without affecting ANSI/SIA CP
-01 compliance. See
“RF Sensor
Programming Questions”
on page 39
.
The system delays calling the Central Station to allow the user
enough time to cancel a false alarm before it is reported.

The default setting is
(1) 30 Seconds
.

To change the setting, select
(0) 15 Seconds
or
(2) 45
Seconds
.
Q36: Burglary Bell Cutoff (0 to 4)
DEFAULT: (0) 4 Minutes
When a burglary alarm is triggered, the bell will sound until the
burglary bell cutoff time expires.

The default setting for the burglary bell cutoff is
(0) 4
Minutes
.

To change the cutoff time, select an option below.
NOTE:

The 24-hour Auxiliary Alarm Zone (08) does not follow
the burglary bell cutoff time and will sound the Control Panel’s
local alarm until a User Code is entered. The Auxiliary Alarm
Zone does not trigger the external siren (if used) .
Q37: Fire Bell Cutoff (0-4)
DEFAULT: (0) 4 Minutes
When a fire alarm is triggered, the bell sounds until the fire bell
cutoff time expires.

The default setting
(0) 4 Minutes
sets the burglary bell
cutoff to four (4) minutes.

To change the fire bell cutoff time, select an option below:
Burglary Bell Cutoff Time
(0) 4 Minutes
(1) 8 Minutes
(2) 12 Minutes
(3) 16 Minutes
(4) Unlimited
Fire Bell Cutoff Time
(0) 4 Minutes
(1) 8 Minutes
(2) 12 Minutes
(3) 16 Minutes
(4) Unlimited
Q38: Time to Detect AC Loss, in Minutes (0-30)
DEFAULT: (10) 10 Minutes
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Q45: Lock Default Programming (0-2)
DEFAULT: (0) Default All
The Control Panel may be able to be hard reset (or soft
reset from the Installer Toolbox) to its factory default values
depending on the value entered for this programming question.
The Control Panel is hard reset by pressing and holding the

and
buttons while applying power to the Control Panel.
The default lockout feature is provided to prevent takeovers .
Three options are available: allow default of all options, allow
default of some but not all options, not allow default of any
options.

The default setting of
(0) Default All
allows resetting the
Control Panel to all its factory defaults .

To allow resetting the Control Panel to all its factory
defaults except the Central Station phone number, Central
Station account number, lock installer programming,
download ID, and default lockout fields, select
(1) Default
All Except CSID, Account/ Phone, Lockouts
.

To deny hard and soft resetting of the Control Panel, select
(2) Default None
.
If option 1 or 2 is selected, the option takes effect after the
system runs for 48 hours . This allows the installer to go back
and make changes if required .
Q46: Trouble Doesn’t Sound at Night (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
NOTE:

For
UL 985: Household Fire Warning System Units
installations, this setting must be set to
(0) Disabled
The Control Panel will sound trouble beeps caused by AC loss,
system low battery, sensor low battery or RF supervision, failure
to communicate, Control Panel tamper while disarmed, and cell
radio faults .
To prevent annoying the subscriber, the system can be set to
suppress trouble beeps from sounding from 10
PM
to 9
AM
. The
trouble alerts are still displayed and immediately reported to
the Central Station, and can be acknowledged, but they won’t
sound beeps until after 9
AM
.
If the trouble condition(s) self
-clear or are acknowledged before
9
AM
, no trouble beeps sound after 9
AM
(the conditions are still
recorded in the event log) .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
suppresses trouble beeps
from 10
PM
to 9
AM .

To allow trouble beeps at any time, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q47: Trouble Resound After Hold Off (0-7)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Fire and CO sensors are required to re-sound trouble beeps
every four hours until the trouble is resolved, even if the trouble
is acknowledged at the Control Panel . The Control Panel can be
set to delay re-sounding these types of trouble beeps for 1-7
days .
NOTE:

This feature is not allowed in UL 985 installations. The
setting must be
(0) Disabled
in this grade of installation.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
allows trouble beeps for
CO and fire sensors to re-sound every four (4) hours after
being acknowledged

To delay re-sounding trouble beeps for CO and Fire
sensors, select (1-7) days
Q49: Programming Mode Entry Reports to
CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
A report can be sent to the Central Station any time installer
programming mode is entered and exited .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents reporting
programming mode entry and exit .

To report programming mode entry and exit, select
(1)
Enabled
.
NOTE:

This report can only be sent through the telephone
dialer
. It is not supported through the LTE (Cellular) Radio
Module .
Q50: Trouble Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Trouble reports can be sent to the Central Station when any
sensor trouble condition occurs.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows reporting sensor
trouble conditions.

To not report sensor trouble conditions, select
(0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:
This setting does not affect trouble reports caused
by Control Panel conditions, only trouble reports caused by
sensors .
Q51: Manual Bypass Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Manual bypass reports can be sent to the Central Station
when any sensor has been manually bypassed by the user
.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents sending manual
bypass reports .

To allow sending manual bypass reports, select
(1)
Enabled
.
Q52: AC Loss Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
AC power loss reports can be sent to the Central Station if the
Control Panel loses AC power
.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows AC power loss
reports .

To turn off AC power loss reports, select
(0) Disabled
.
NOTE:
The AC power will have to be absent from the Control
Panel for the time set by programming question Q38 before
the AC power loss trouble alert
is
displayed (the default
is 10 minutes). If programming question Q39 is enabled, the
actual AC power loss report will occur at a random time of
up to four hours after the AC power loss trouble alert
is
displayed .
NOTE:

The Control Panel’s AC power icon displays the power
status immediately. A red “X” over the icon indicates no AC
power
.
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Q53: System Low Battery Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Low battery reports can be sent to the Central Station if the
Control Panel’s battery tests low.

The default
(1) Enabled
allows Control Panel low battery
reports .

To turn off Control Panel low battery reports, select
(0)
Disabled
.
Q54: RF Low Battery Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Sensor low battery reports can be sent to the Central Station if a
sensor battery tests low and sends a low battery transmission to
the Control Panel .

The default setting is
(1) Enabled
and allows the system to
send low battery reports for sensors.

To turn this feature OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q55: Opening Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Opening reports can be sent to the Central Station each time the
system is disarmed . The user or key fob number is indicated in the
opening report .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents opening reports .

To allow opening reports, select
(1) Enabled
.
Q56: Closing Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Closing reports can be sent to the Central Station each time the
system is armed . The user or key fob number is indicated in the
closing report. If Quick Arming is enabled, User #0 is indicated for
the closing report .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents closing reports .

To allow closing reports, select
(1) Enabled
.
Q57: Alarm Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Alarm restore reports can be sent to the Central Station after
an alarm when either the bell timeout has been reached or the
system is disarmed . If alarm restores are enabled and swinger
shutdown is set to two, a restore will be reported if the sensor is
closed (normal st ate) at bell cutoff or becomes closed after bell
cutoff. If swinger shutdown is set to one, a restore will only be
sent if the sensor is closed at the time of disarm. Restores are not
sent if a sensor is in swinger shutdown until the time of disarm
and the sensor is closed .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents alarm restore
reports .

To allow alarm restore reports, select
(1) Enabled
.
Q58: Trouble Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Trouble restore reports can be sent to the Central Station when
any sensor trouble condition clears.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows the system to send
reports when trouble conditions are restored.

To turn this feature OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q59: Bypass Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Bypass restore reports can be sent to the Central Station
when any sensor that was force bypassed or manually
bypassed gets restored .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents bypass
restore reports .

To allow bypass restore reports, select enabled
(1)
Enabled
.
Q60: AC Restore Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
AC power restore reports can be sent to the Central Station
when the Control Panel regains AC power after an AC
power loss .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows AC power
restore reports .

To turn off AC power restore reports, select
(0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:
The AC power will have to be restored to the Control
Panel for one minute before the AC power loss trouble alert
automatically clears. If programming question Q39 is
enabled, the actual AC power restore report will occur at
a random time of up to four hours after the AC power loss
trouble alert

has cleared .
NOTE:

The Control Panel’s AC power icon displays the
power status. A red “X” over the icon indicates no AC
power
.
Q61: System Low Battery Restore
Reports to CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
When a low battery condition is restored on the Control
Panel, the system can send a restore report to the Central
Station.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows the system
to
send reports when low battery conditions are
restored .

To turn this feature OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q62: RF Low Battery Restore Reports to
CS (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Sensor low battery restore reports can be sent to the
Central Station if a sensor battery had tested low and is
now OK .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows sensor low
battery restore reports.

To turn off sensor low battery restore reports, select
(0) Disabled
.
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Q64: Smart Test Reports
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Smart test reports are a way to reduce Central Station traffic. If
smart test reports are enabled and regular periodic test reports
are enabled, any non-test report to the Central Station (alarm,
restore, trouble, etc.) during the normal operation of the system
will reset the periodic test report timer . Periodic test reports
would only be sent if the Control Panel has not reported in any
way to the Central Station.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents smart test reports .

To allow smart test reports, select
(1) Enabled
.
Q65: RF Jam Causes Trouble (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The system can monitor the Control Panel’s sensor receiver and
detect whether a transmitter is stuck on the air causing jamming.
When jam detect is enabled, the Control Panel will indicate a
trouble condition if RF jamming is detected.
NOTE:
This programming question only functions if trouble
reports are enabled with programming question Q50.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
turns RF jam detection OFF.

To turn on RF jam detection, select
(1) Enabled
.
Q66: Daylight Saving (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
The Control Panel can adjust its displayed clock and internal
clock for Daylight Saving Time (DST) . If the cell radio is used, the
time will be automatically adjusted regardless of this setting. The
system default is set to use the current start (March) and end
(November) dates for the United States . The DST start and end
dates can be adjusted as follows:

The default setting
(1) Enabled
turns ON the DST clock for
the system .

To turn off the DST clock, select (0)
Disabled
.
NOTE:
If enabled, respond to programming questions Q67, Q68,
Q69, and Q70 to modify the start and stop values for DST.
Q67: Daylight Saving Start Month (01-12)
DEFAULT: (03) March

The default DST start month is set to
(03) March
.

To change the start month for your country, region, or state,
enter the desired month,
(01‐12) January ‐ December
.
Q68: Daylight Saving Start Monday (1-7)
DEFAULT: (2) 2nd Sunday

The default (2) sets the second Sunday as the daylight
saving start week .

To change the start week, enter the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, last,
second from last, third from last (1-7) as the daylight saving
start week .
Q69: Daylight Saving End Month (01-12)
DEFAULT: (11) November

The default
(11) November
defines the daylight saving end
month .

To change the end month for your country, region, or state,
enter the desired month, (01-12) January - December.
Q70: Daylight Saving End Sunday (1-7)
DEFAULT: (1) 1st Sunday

The default setting
(1) 1st Sunday
defines the daylight
saving end week .

To change the end week, enter the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, last,
second from last, third from last (1-7) as the daylight saving
end week .
Q71: System Tamper Causes Trouble (0- 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
A tamper switch on the Control Panel detects if the case has
been opened . The system can be programmed so that a tamper
switch activation will cause a trouble indication if the system is
disarmed, and an alarm if the system is armed .

The default (1) allows the Control Panel tamper switch to
trigger trouble when the system is disarmed, and alarm
when the system is armed .

To have the system ignore the Control Panel tamper switch,
select (0)
Disabled
.
Q72: Quick Bypass (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
Normally, sensors that are violated (open) at the time the system
is armed will require the user to enter their code to force bypass
them . The Control Panel can be programmed so that when the
system is armed with open sensors, a code is not required to
bypass the open sensor(s) and complete the arming .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
requires entering a code to
bypass sensors .

To allow bypassing sensors without a code, select
(1)
Enabled
.
Q73: Disarming Keyfob After Alarm (Alert)
(0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The system can produce a unique sound when it’s disarmed with
a key fob after an alarm has occurred. Four beeps will sound
from the Control Panel’s speaker, four chirps will sound from
the external sounder (if installed) . This feature serves as a safety
alert to the user so they can enter the protected premises with
caution.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
will not cause a unique
sound when disarming after an alarm.

To cause unique sound when disarming after an alarm,
select
(1) Enabled
.
Q74: Keyfob Arm/Disarm Confirmation (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The system can produce a unique sound when it’s armed or
disarmed with a key fob . The Control Panel’s speaker will sound
one beep when arming and two beeps when disarming . The
external sounder (if installed) will sound one chirp when arming
and two chirps when disarming (four beeps after an alarm if
Q73 is enabled) . This feature indicates to the user that their key
fob signal was received by the Control Panel in case other arm/
disarm indications (armed LED, etc.) are not available or visible
to the user
.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
will not cause a unique
sound when controlled by a key fob .

To cause a unique sound when controlled by a key fob,
select
(1) Enabled
.
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Q79: Z-Wave Feature (0-3)
DEFAULT: (3)
(3) Enabled on Panel; Rules Disabled, Remote Access
Enabled
The Z-Wave home services feature can be enabled or disabled with
various remote control access options.

The default setting
(3) Enabled on Panel; Rules Disabled,
Remote Access Enabled
displays the
Services
button, but will
show a message that the feature is currently disabled and the
user should call the installer
.

To hide the
Services
button, select
(0) Disabled and Hidden
.

To show the
Services
button but disable it from use, select
(1)
Disabled but Visible
.

To show the
Services
button and disable off
- site remote
control, select
(2) Enabled on Panel, Remote Access Disabled
.
Q75: Auto UnBypass for Manual Bypass (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Violated (open) sensors can be manually bypassed by the user
through the User Toolbox or force bypassed at the time of arming.
Force bypassed sensors automatically have their bypasses removed
when the system is disarmed .
Manually bypassed sensors can have their bypass automatically
removed at disarming or have their bypasses remain in place .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
automatically removes
bypasses from manually bypassed sensors when the system is
disarmed .

To have manually bypassed sensors remain bypassed when
the system is disarmed, select (0)
Disabled
.
Q76: Force Bypass Reports (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The system can report which sensors have been force bypassed by
the user when the system is armed . Forced bypassed sensors are
always recorded in the event log, regardless of the setting of this
programming question.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
prevents reporting forced
bypassed sensors .

To report forced bypassed sensors, select
(1) Enabled
.
Q77: Event Log (0-3)
DEFAULT: (3) All Events
To control the amount of event log entries, the events that get
recorded into the system’s event log can be selected by type . This
setting filters the events that populate the event log.

The default setting
(3) All Events
records all events in the
event log .

To choose different options, select one of these filters:
Event Log Filters
(0) Disabled (no events logged)
(1) All Events Except Open, Closing, and Bypass
(2) All Events Except Open and Closing
(3) All Events
Q80: Z-Wave Switches Feature (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Display of the Home Service’s
Switches
button can be enabled
or disabled .
NOTE:
This programming question only functions if Q79: Z
-
Wave Feature is set to (2) or (3) .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
shows the
Switches
button.

To hide the Switches button, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q81: Z-Wave Thermostats Feature (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Show or hide the Home Service’s Thermostats button on the
Control Panel .
NOTE:
This programming question only functions if Q79: Z
-
Wave Feature is set to (2) or (3) .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
shows the
Thermostats

button.

To hide the Thermostats button, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q82: Z-Wave Door Locks Feature (0-1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Display of the Home Service’s
Door Locks
button can be enabled
or disabled. This programming question only functions if the
Z-Wave feature enable question
Q79: Z‐ Wave Feature
is set to
(2) or (3) .

The default setting
(1) Enabled
shows the Door Locks
button.

To hide the Door Locks button, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q83: Select Temperature Display Units (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Degrees
Fahrenheit
The Home Service’s Z
-Wave thermostat display screens can
show the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius .
NOTE:
This programming question only functions if Q79: Z
-
Wave Feature is set to (2) or (3) and Q81: Z
-Wave Thermostats
Feature is set to (1)
Enabled
.

The default setting is
(0) Degrees Fahrenheit
.

To change the setting, select
(1) Celsius
.
NOTE:
The setting you select here also changes the display units
shown on the weather forecast on the Control Panel’s Home
screen .
Q84: Services Require Master Code (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The
Services
button can be configured to require the use of the
master user code to access Services .

The default setting
(0) Disabled
overrides the requirement
to enter a master user code to access the
Services
menu .
To require the use of the master user code to access the
Services
menu, select
(1) Enabled.
When enabled then the master user code is required to access
the Services and the Z
-Wave device configurations. This keeps
unauthorized users from being able to change Z
- Wave settings,
such as temperature, lights and locks .
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Q91: Radio Modem Supplier
DEFAULT: (0) No Radio Modem Supplier
NOTE:

If you enable
Q44: Select Lock Installer Programming
,
you will not be able to change this setting.
NOTE:

For compliance with UL 1610,
Q91: Select Radio Modem
Supplier (0 to 5)
must be set to
(1) Radio Modem Supplier 1.
Select the option that corresponds to the appropriate supplier.
Options include:
Q85: Master User Access to Z-Wave Toolbox
(0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
The Z-Wave Toolbox menu can be set to require the use of the
master user code or the installer code . By default, the installer code
is required for users to access the Z-Wave Toolbox.

The default setting (0)
Disabled
requires users to enter the
installer code to access the Z-Wave Toolbox menu and all of its
features, including the Advanced Toolbox .

To require the use of the master user code or the installer
code to access the Z-Wave Toolbox menu, select (1)
Enabled
.
NOTE:
When (1)
Enabled
, the Installer code will still be required to
access the Advanced Toolbox menu . This prevents end users from
adding or removing Z-Wave devices.
Q86: Disable Siren After Two-Way Audio (0-1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
This setting enhances system operation in personal emergency
applications and also provides the dealer with the option of the
siren sounding until the bell cut off or to the end of a two-way-
voice session .

The default setting (0)
Disabled
will cause the siren to resume
after two-way audio (if the bell cut off timer has not expired).

(1)
Enabled
will cause the siren to shut off after a two-way
audio session .
Q87: Keyfob/Remote Arming Mode on System
Not Ready (0-2)
DEFAULT: (0) Auto Bypass with Zone Participation on Restore
This setting controls how the system will react when there are open
sensors and the system is armed remotely
.

The default setting
(0) Disabled
will automatically bypass all
sensors that are open when the system is armed remotely
. If a
sensor restores while the system is armed, the sensor’s bypass
will be removed, and the sensor will be ready to trigger an
alarm .

To automatically bypass all sensors that are open when the
system is armed remotely, and keep all bypasses in place
during the arming cycle, even if a sensor restores, select
(1)
Auto‐Bypass
.

To prevent arming remotely when any sensor is open, select
(2) Arm Only When Ready
.
Q89: Allow Backlight Always On (Demo Mode)
(0-1)
NOTE:

May cause ghost/image retention.
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
When set to
(1) Enabled
the customer can program the “always on”
option for backlight programming. Due to a small percentage of
image “ghosting” on the panel (because the backlight never goes
off), this question was been created but has been defaulted to
(0)
Disabled
.
Q90: Energy Feature (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled and Hidden
Select
(1) Disabled but Visible
to show but not activate the energy
features. You can also select
(2) Enabled
to turn the energy feature
ON .
Option
Supplier
(0) No Radio Modem Supplier
This is the default setting.
(1) Radio Modem Supplier 1
Alarm.com
(2) Radio Modem Supplier 2
(3) Radio Modem Supplier 3
(4) Radio Modem Supplier 4
(5) Radio Modem Supplier 5
SecureNet
(6) Radio Modem Supplier 6
Q92: Select Network Device (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) None
When enabled, the
(1) Go!Bridge
option provides the installer
with the following questions to program the Go!Bridge IP
Communicator settings into the Control Panel
Q: Network Device ID (read only)
Tap Learn . Then go to the Go!Bridge device and tap the Learn
button. For details, see the Go!Bridge IP Communicator
Installation Instructions.
Q: Select Configuration Source
DEFAULT: (0) DHCP
Select between
(1) Static
or
(2) DHCP
(Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol). The default setting is
(0) DHCP
and is
the most common selection. The other option is
(1) Static
and
requires entry of a Device IP Address, Gateway IP Address, and
Subnet Mask .
Q: Enter Device IP Address
DEFAULT: 000.000.000.000
NOTE:

This question only requires an answer if you selected
(1) Static in Q: Select Configuration Source.

Use the numeric keypad to enter the IP Address for the
Go!Bridge IP Communicator
.
Q: Enter the Gateway IP Address
DEFAULT: 000.000.000.000
NOTE:

This question only requires an answer if you selected
(1) Static
in
Q: Select Configuration Source.
Use the numeric keypad to enter the IP Address for the access
point to the external network . Typically, this is the IP Address of
the local network router
.
Q: Enter the Subnet Mask
DEFAULT: 000.000.000.000
NOTE:

This question only requires an answer if you selected
(1) Static
in
Q: Select Configuration Source.
Use the numeric keypad to enter the IP Address for the subnet
mask for the network .
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Q: Select Port # (1 to 8)
DEFAULT: (1) Port 1
NOTE:
Typically, you will skip this question unless additional
programming is required .
Select the port number for the backend server. After configuring
the required port, tap Next on the Control Panel .

(1) Port 1

(2) Port 2

(3) Port 3

(4) Port 4

(5) Port 5

(6) Port 6

(7) Port 7

(8) Port 8
Q: Select Used (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
NOTE:
Typically, you will skip this question unless additional
programming is required .
It is re commended that you always select the default setting
(0)
Disabled
. If you choose (1)
Enabled
, you will be prompted to
enter the port value .
Q: Enter Port Value (0 to 65535)
DEFAULT: (0) Disabled
NOTE:
Typically, you will skip this question unless additional
programming is required .
It is re commended that you always select the default setting
(0)
Disabled
. If you select
(1) Enabled
in
Q: Select Used (0 to 1)
, use
the numeric keypad to enter the port value .
NOTE:

The
port value
is the port number for Transmission
Control Protocol (TCP) communication. Port numbers can range
from 0 to 65535.
Q: Enter Port Forward IP Address
DEFAULT: 000.000.000.000
Typically, you will simply accept the default IP Address value
that appears .
Q93: Enter Broadband Network Failure
Time (1-255)
DEFAULT: 30 Minutes
NOTE:
The Go!Bridge IP Communicator must be installed to use
this function.
This option sets the amount of time required for triggering a
trouble condition if the system detects that the broadband
network has lost its connection. After the connection has been
restored, the trouble condition clears.

The default failure detection setting is
30
minutes .

To choose a different failure detection time, enter the
number of minutes between
1‐255
.
Q94: Select Broadband Network Failure
Causes Trouble (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
NOTE:
The Go!Bridge IP Communicator must be installed to
use this function.
This option specifies whether or not the Control Panel
will sound and display a trouble alert if the Go!Bridge IP
Communicator loses its broadband connection. The trouble
alert can be silenced by the user at the Control Panel
(broadband trouble is logged regardless of this setting). When
the broadband connection is re stored, the trouble indications
automatically clear.

The default setting
(1) Enabled
allows Go!Bridge network
failure trouble indications.

To turn off Go!Bridge trouble indications, select
(0)
Disabled
.
Q95: Select Broadband Network Failure
Reports (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
NOTE:
The Go!Bridge IP Communicator must be installed to
use this function.
If the Go! Bridge IP Communicator loses its broadband
connection, the Control Panel can report the fault.

The default setting is
(1) Enabled
which turns broadband
network failure reporting ON.

To turn broadband network failure reporting OFF, select
(0) Disabled
.
Q96: Select Send Report 3 Times on Panel
Tamper (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
NOTE:
For compliance with UL 1610, this question must be set
to (1) disabled .
This option configures the system to transmit three (3) reports
to the Central Station when the system detects that the panel’s
backplate is in a tamper condition.

(1) Enabled
. The system transmits three (3) reports to the
Central Station.

(0) Disabled
. The system only transmits a single report to
the Central Station.
Q97: Select Sound on Normal Closing
Acknowledgment (0 to 1)
DEFAULT: (1) Enabled
Configures the system to emit a sound when the system
acknowledges that an open sensor has closed (i .e ., returned to
its normal state) .

(1) Enabled
. The system emits a sound on sensor closing .

(0) Disabled
. No sound is emitted on sensor closing.
NOTE:

For compliance with UL 1610, this question must be
set to
(1) Enabled.
In addition,
Q91
must be set to
(1) Radio
Modem Supplier 1
.
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Final Installation Setup
Exiting Programming (System Configuration)
After programming the Control Panel, all the changes need to be
saved in memory. After saving, the programmed settings will remain
in memory, even after a total power loss.
1.
After setting all the required programming values for the
sensors and the Control Panel, tap
End
.
2.
Review the
Summary of System Configuration

screen
. Use the
↓ and ↑ arrows to scroll through the listing.
Verify that each
option is set correctly.
Figure 51
Summary of System Configuration Screen
NOTE:
User codes 0000, 0001, and the Installer Code are not
permitted.
7.
Setup each user code with the User Access Option screen.
Each User Code can be set to be currently valid or not, or to
have conditional validity. Refer to the
User Guide
for details
on setting User Code Access Schedules. When done, tap
Back
.
8.
At the
Toolbox (1 of 3)
screen, tap
Brightness/Volume
.
Then set the brightness level for the display screen and the
volume for the chime & voice . When done, tap
OK
.
Figure 53
Brightness/Volume Screen
9.
At the Toolbox (1 of 3) screen, tap → to go to the Toolbox
(2 of 3) screen .
10.
Tap Backlight Timeout. Then tap the button that
corresponds to the number of seconds or minutes the
backlight turns OFF after it is idle. When done, tap OK.
Figure 54 Back Light Timeout Screen
3.
To save the programming changes, be sure the Save
Changes option is checked. To exit without saving
programming changes un-check the
Save Changes

option (for verification, an additional confirmation
screen appears) . Tap
Exit
.
4.
The Control Panel takes a few seconds to restart and
display the Home screen .
Customizing the Installation
After programming the Control Panel, go to the User Toolbox
and customize the system to suit the installation. To access
the User Toolbox, do the following:
1.
From the
Home
screen, tap
Security
.
2.
From the Security screen, tap,
Menu
.
3.
From the Menu screen, tap
Toolbox
.
4.
Enter the
master user code
(the default master user
code is 1111) .
5.
Tap
User Management
.
6.
To add, change, or delete a user code, tap a
User #

button. The system asks to confirm the code entered. Be
sure to set a Duress Code as User #8 .
Figure 52
User Management Screen
NOTE:

If the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is properly installed
and registered, the system automatically sets the date and time
for you . Use the following steps only if you want to change the
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12.
At the Confirmation screen, tap OK.
13.
At the Toolbox (2 of 3) screen, tap Set Time . Then use the
↓ and ↑ arrows to set the hours, minutes, and AM/PM.
When done, tap OK .
Figure 56
Select Time Screen
14.
At the Confirmation screen, tap OK.

To return to the Security screen, tap Back .
OR

To return to the Home screen, press
.
11.
At the Toolbox (2 of 3) screen, tap Set Date . Then use the
↓ and ↑ arrows to set the month, day, and year. When
done, tap OK .
Figure 55
Set Date Screen
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Installer Testing
When installation and programming is complete, use the
option in the Installer Toolbox to test for proper system
operations.
Access the Installer Toolbox
To access the Installer Toolbox:
1.
At the Home screen, tap the system logo in the lower
-
right corner
.
2.
At the Enter a Code screen, enter the installer code (the
default installer code is 1561) .


The Installer Toolbox(1 of 3) screen appears .
Disable/Enable Sounder
When testing the Control Panel, both the internal and external
sounder (if installed) will be activated. To limit noise during
the testing process, the Control Panel offers an option to
disable the sounder
.
Disable the Sounder
To disable the sounder:
1.
At the Installer Toolbox (1 of 2) screen, tap Disable
Sounder
.
2.
At the Disable Sounder? screen, tap OK. NOTE: The
internal sounder emits a siren for two (2) seconds . If
an external sounder is connected, four (4) chirps are
emitted.
3.
At the Sounder Disabled screen, tap OK .
NOTE:

The sounder will be automatically re-enabled in 30
minutes or you can manually enable it. See “Enable the
Sounder”, below.
4.
While disabled, the Sounder Disabled icon appears in the
status bar
.
Figure 57
Sounder Disabled Icon
Sensor Type (Zone) Report Test
To verify that the Central Station correctly receives reports
from each zone (sensor type):
1.
Notify the Central Station
. Because the system sends
test signals, notify the Central Station that you will be
testing the system.
2.
Fire Test
. Trigger a 24-Hour fire sensor (if installed)
or tap the Control Panel’s
Emergency
button
and then
tap the
Fire
button (if enabled). Wait for
approximately 45 seconds for the report to complete,
then disarm the console .
3.
Panic Test
. Trigger a 24-Hour Panic sensor (if
installed) or tap the Control Panel’s
Emergency
button and
then tap the
Panic
button (if enabled).
Wait about 45 seconds for the report to complete,
then disarm the console .
4.
Emergency Test
. Trigger a 24-Hour emergency sensor
(if installed) or tap the
Emergency
button (if
enabled),
wait ab out 45 seconds for the report to
complete, then disarm the console .
5.
Burglary Test
. Arm the system, then trigger a
burglary sensor, wait for the system to go into alarm
mode, then wait about 45 seconds for the report to
complete, and then disarm the console .
6.
Verify Tests with Central Station
. Check with the
Central Station that each zone (sensor type) was
reported, then inform the Central Station that the
testing is complete.
Walk Test
Radio quality can vary when there is background noise on
the operating frequency. Examples of background noise
sources include telephones, microwaves, high-
frequency
digital products, and other radio communications.
To determine the best location to mount each sensor, it is
recommended that you place each sensor in the desired
mounting location and then perform a Walk Test. This
helps you to identify whether the desired location has
good/weak signal strength. When you find a location with
good signal strength, you can then mount the sensor
.
To place the panel into Walk Test mode:
1.
At the Installer Toolbox (1 of 2) screen, tap Walk Test .
NOTE:

When placing the Control Panel into Walk Test
mode, you have 25 minutes to complete the test before
the screen times out. The system also sends a “Start Test”
report to the Central Station and beeps once every 30
seconds. During the last five (5) minutes of the test, the
system beeps two (2) times every 30 seconds and the

icon flashes in the status bar.
Enable the Sounder
If the sounder is disabled, you can manually re-enable it as
follows:
1.
At the Installer Toolbox screen, tap Enable Sounder
.
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Radio Status Test
If the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is installed in the Control
Panel, use the
Radio Status
screen to view signal strength,
serial number, registration status, and other information for
the cellular connection. The is a helpful tool to use when
troubleshooting the installation.
Cell Phone Test
To perform a cell phone test:
1
At the
Installer Toolbox
screen, tap
Radio Status
.
Figure 61
Installer Toolbox: Radio Status
2.
When the
System Test: Sensors
screen appears, you can
tap the ↓ and ↑ arrows to scroll through the sensor list.
Figure 58
System Test: Sensors Screen
3.
Walk to the first sensor in the list, and then activate that
sensor to test it .


When the panel receives the signal, it emits (3) beeps
and then GREEN or RED bars show the signal strength .
The greater the number of bars, the higher the strength .
If the signal is sufficient, a check mark appears. If
insufficient, an “x” appears.
Figure 59
System Test: Sensors Screen/Signal Strength
2.
At the
Radio Status
screen, tap
Cell Phone Test
.
Figure 62
Radio Status Screen
4.
Repeat the test for each sensor in the list . If you are
testing a sensor with multiple loops, (for example, a
Smoke/Heat/Freeze alarm), wait 15 seconds between
each loop’s test .
NOTE:
If a sensor is not detected, no signal will register
. Tap
OK . Then at the Sensors Test Failed screen, tap OK .
5.
At the System Test: Console screen, tap each button to
test the panel’s LED buttons and audio.
Figure 60
System Test: Console
The Cell Phone Test screen appears to reveal status
messages and test results
Figure 63
Cell Phone Test Screen
3.
When the results appear, tap the ↓ and ↑ arrows to
review the messages:

RED text indicates the tested signal strength is zero,
too low, or that the LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is
unregistered .

ORANGE text indicates the connection is idle and the
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is registered .

GREEN text indicates good signal strength and that the
LTE (Cellular) Radio Module is registered .
4.
When the results are successful, tap OK to return to the
Toolbox (3 of 3) screen .
6.
When the console tests are complete, tap
OK
. When the
test is successfully completed, tap
OK
to exit Walk Test
mode. The system sends a “Stop Test” report to the Central
Station.
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Figure 64
Restore Default System Configuration Screen
2.
At the Restore Default System Configuration screen,
select one or both check-boxes:

Zones
. Place a check-mark in this box to replace data for
ALL sensors with the factory default values .
AND/OR

Console
. Place a check-mark in this box to replace all
of
the programming answers with the factory defaults . This
erases the user codes, resets the backlight timeout to five
(5) minutes, and resets the Brightness/Volume settings.
IMPORTANT:
This action does not restore the factory default
settings for Z
-Wave questions Q79-Q83.
Hard Reset
A
hard‐reset
restores all of the programming settings back to
the factory defaults .
NOTE:

Be fore performing a hard reset,
Q44: Lock Installer
Programming

must be set to option
(1)
or
(2)
and
Q45:
Lock
Default Programming
must be set to
(0).
See
“Q44: Lock
Installer Programming (0-2)” on page 52.
To perform a hard reset:
1.
Remove the Control Panel cover and completely
disconnect all power to the Control Panel .
2.
On the inside back of the Control Panel, plug in the
backup battery.
3.
Tap and hold down the
Emergency
and
Home
buttons.
4.
Continue to hold down the
Emergency
and
Home
buttons and then connect DC Power to the Control
Panel .
5.
Release the buttons only after both the
Emergency
and
Home
buttons are lit and the Control Panel
screen appears .
Restore Default System Configuration
You can restore the Control Panel settings back to its factory
defaults. There are two (2) types of reset options:
Soft
and
hard
.
Soft Reset
A
soft‐reset
lets you select which settings to restore back to
the factory defaults .
To perform a soft
-reset:
1.
At the
Installer Toolbox
screen, tap the
Restore Default

button. The Restore Default System Configuration
screen appears .
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Regulatory Information
Wireless Product Notice
Radio controls provide a reliable communications link and fill an important need in portable wireless signaling; however,
there are some limitations which must be observed.

For U.S. installations only: The radios are required to comply with FCC Rules and Regulations as Part 15 devices. As
such, they have limited transmitter power and therefore limited range.

A receiver cannot respond to more than one transmitted signal at a time and may be blocked by radio signals that
occur on or near their operating frequencies, regardless of code settings.

Changes or modifications to the device may void FCC compliance.

Infrequently used radio links should be tested regularly to protect against undetected interference or fault .

A general knowledge of radio and its vagaries should be gained prior to acting as a wholesale distributor or dealer, and
these facts should be communicated to the end users .
FCC Notice
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type
tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with Part 15 of FCC Rules, which
are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Relocate the Console away from the TV/radio receiver.

Plug the Console into a different wall outlet so that the Console is on a different branch circuit.

Re-orient the TV/radio antenna.

If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions.
Industry Canada Notices
NOTICE
: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum
number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any
combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the ringer equivalence numbers of all the devices
does not exceed five (5).
NOTICE
: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets
certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee
the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the
supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines
and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important
in rural areas .
CAUTION:
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric
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Commercial Regulatory Listings
IMPORTANT:

When used with the Alarm .com service, this security system has been evaluated and complies with
UL 1610: Central‐
Station Burglar‐Alarm Units
. It has not been evaluated for
UL 864: Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems
and
UL
1076: Proprietary Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
. For commercial installations (UL 1610), only one method of communication is
to be used, this method of communication is a LTE (Cellular) Radio Module. See
“LTE (Cellular) Radio Module”
on page 15
.
IMPORTANT:
If this installation is a commercial installation, please inform the customer (or end user) that commercial Control
Panels are for use only as burglar alarm systems and not for fire protection.
NOTE:

The standard backup battery that is included with all 2GIG Control Panels does not support UL 985 installations. To comply
with the secondary supply requirement in
UL 985 Household Fire Warning System Units
, you must install the 2GIG Console Battery
Pack (2GIG-BATT2X).
IMPORTANT:

All conductors and attachments are manufactured in accordance with the Standard for
UL 681: Installation and
Classification of Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems
. The Control Panel contains hard wiring that is protected and not exposed . All
conductors and attachments are manufactured in accordance with the
UL 681: Installation and Classification of Burglar and Holdup
Alarm Systems
.
Stranded conductors clamped under wire-binding screws or similar parts shall have the individual strands soldered together or
arranged in a construction that has been determined to be the equivalent.
IMPORTANT:
A local alarm sounding device, alarm housing, and control unit shall comply with the mercantile requirements in UL
365: Police Station Connected Burglar Alarm Units and Systems.
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Limited Warranty
This Nortek Security & Control LLC product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year
. This
warranty extends only to wholesale customers who buy direct from Nortek Security & Control LLC or through Nortek Security
& Control LLC’s normal distribution channels. Nortek Security & Control LLC does not warrant this product to consumers.
Consumers should inquire from their selling dealer as to the nature of the dealer’s warranty, if any
.
There are no obligations or liabilities on the part of Nortek Security & Control LLC for consequential damages arising out of or
in connection with use or performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of property, revenue, or
profit, or cost of removal, installation, or reinstallation. All implied warranties for functionality, are valid only until the warranty
expires. This Nortek Security & Control LLC Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
All products returned for warranty service require a Return Authorization Number (RA#). Contact Returns at 1-855-546-3351 for
an RA# and other important details .
2GIG

Nortek Security & Control LLC
5919 Sea Otter Place, Suite 100, Carlsbad, CA 92010 USA
For technical support in the USA and Canada:

855-2GI G-TECH (855-244-4832)

Email:
2gigtechsupport@nortek .com

Visit www.nortekcontrol.com or dealer.2gig.com for technical support hours of operation
For technical support outside of the USA and Canada
:
Contact your regional distributor
Visit
2gig .com/dealers/
for a list of distributors in your region
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