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Concord 4

Dual
-
Path

LTE

Module

INSTALLATION

GUIDE


Introduction









The
Dual
-
Path
LTE

Module for Concord 4
enables

wireless reporting of all
alarms and other system events from the

Interlogix

Concord 4 control
panel

using
the
LTE

wireless

cellular
network

and optional Ethernet
broadband network
. The

wireless alarm signaling and routing service is
operated by

Al
arm.com
, and

t
he Concord 4
LTE

module also features
integrated support for Alarm.com’s emPower
TM
solution with built
-
in Z
-
Wave capabilities.


The module interfaces with the Concord panel data bus and is

powered
by the panel battery or an auxiliary 12 VDC p
ower supply.

Status LEDs
on the LTE module
indicate bus and cellular network communications.

Contact Information








For additional information and support on Alarm.com products and
services, please visit
www.alarm.com/dealer

or contact Alarm.com
Technical S
upport at 1
-
866
-
834
-
0470.

Copyright © 2015

Alarm.com. All rights reserved


Compatibility









The module can be used on Concord 4.0 and higher

to enable
Alarm.com’s
interactive suite of services. This module is not compatible
with
Concord 3.x or below panels
.


Account Creation



Before installing the Alarm.com
LTE

Module
in a Concord system
, a new
customer account needs to be created with Alarm.com. We recommend
creating the account at least 24 hours in advance of installation to
ensure that the radio is activa
ted prior to installation.


To activate an
account,

go to www.alarm.com/dealer and login.

Under
the “Customers” heading at the top left of the page click on “Create New
Customer”. You will need the following

customer information to create
the account:



Customer Name



Customer Address



C
ustomer Phone Number



Customer E
-
mail



Preferred login name for the customer



Alarm.com
Module

Serial Number


At
the end of the account creation process you will be able to print a
Welcome Letter for the customer that has their

login information and
temporary password for the Alarm.com
website.


Installation
Overview &
Guidelines





Before beginning the module installation, familiarize yourself with the
following
installation guide
lines

and the location of the module and
troubleshooting LEDs
and their function
as shown in
Figure 1

and
Table
2
, as they are referenced throughout this guide.
Using these tips will
help
guarantee
a successful

module installation
.


1)

Create

the customer account on the Alarm.com
Dealer Site

at least 24
hours before installation. See
Account C
reation

above
.

2)

Turn

off the

Access Code Lock


feature

on the panel
.

This feature
MUST

be off for the system to communicate with Alarm.com.

3)

Installation consists of finding a mounting location
for optimum
wireless signal strength,
mounting the module, wiring the module, and
installing a case tamper (if necessary).
Use the
LTE

Status LEDs on the
module to check the signal strength before you permanently mount the
module

to avoid signaling issues

after the installation is complete.

4)

Power the module off of the ba
ttery, not off of the panel (s
ee
Wiring

on

page
2
).



5)

Perform a manual

phone
test (
Comm Test)
to initiate
c
ommunication
(s
ee
Power up

on page
3
.
)

6)

Observe panel power limitations as stipulated below:



The module draws a maximum of 6
5 mA (continuous) in PowerSave
M
ode and 100 mA (continuous) in Idle Mode and Connected Mode
from the
panel. Th
e module can draw up to 1600 mA
(instantaneous peaks) from the panel.



Do not exceed the panel total output power when using panel
power for bus devices and hardwired sensors (refer to panel
documentation).



Use four
-
conductor, 22 or 18 gauge strand
ed wire to connect the
module to the panel.
Table 1

shows the maximum wire length for
each gauge.


Table
1
: Maximum wire length

Gauge

Maximum

Wire Length

22 gauge

40 ft. (12.2 m)

18 gauge

90ft. (27.4 m)


Figure
1
:
Main module
components



Table
2
: Component Descriptions

Component

Function

PWR LED

Indicates module power status
.

BUS LED

I
ndicates data bus
activity between the panel and

module
.

AUTO LED

Indicates
module/data transceiver communication.

Gateway
S
tatus
LEDs

Indicates the current signal and status of the wireless gateway
module
.

Only the lower three LEDs are used
(See
Gateway Status
LEDs

on page
4

for more information.)

Wiring terminals

Provides wiring connection to the panel
.

Antenna
Connector
s

Snap
-
in MMCX antenna connector
s
.

The larger antenna connects
to connector 1, the smaller antenna connects to connector 2.

Module

status
LEDs

Indicates communication with the
LTE

network, report errors, and
signal strength
.

Serial number

A 15
-
digit number. Only the last 10 digits

(after the dash “
-
“)
are
used for account activation.

SIM Card

Required for LTE communication.

Figure 2

on page
2

shows t
h
e
LTE

s
t
at
u
s L
E
Ds a
n
d
Table 3

on page
2

describes

t
h
e LED

f
unctions.

See

Module S
tatus LEDs

on

pa
g
e
4

f
o
r

more

inf
o
r
mation.


PWR LED

BUS LED

AUTO LED

Gateway
Status LEDs

Wiring
Terminals

Antenna Connector
1

Antenna Connector 2


Serial Number

Ethernet Plug In





Module Status LEDs


Copper

Z
-
Wave
Antenna


SIM Card


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Figure 2
:
LTE

Status LEDs L1
-
L5



Bottom of
LTE

Modul
e


Table
3
: Module Status LED Functions

LED

Function

L1

E
r
r
o
r

L
E
D
: L1 will
f
l
ash

1

t
o

8

ti
m
es

in

a

f
o
u
r
-
seco
n
d
interval

t
o

in
d
i
c
a
t
e

s
p
e
c
i
f
ic

e
r
r
o
r

c
o
n
d
i
t
i
o
ns

such

a
s

a
netw
or
k

er
r
o
r
,

p
a
nel

c
o
mm
u
nication

er
r
o
r
,

or

LTE

r
a
d
i
o

e
rror. See

Table 5

on page 4 for a
list of the errors indicated by L1.


L2

Pa
n
el
c
o
m
mu
n
ic
a
ti
o
n

L
E
D
: L2 f
l
a
shes

e
v
er
y

t
i
me

a

d
ata

p
a
c
k
e
t

is

r
e
c
e
ived

f
r
o
m t
h
e

p
a
n
e
l

L3

LTE

c
o
mm
u
nication

LE
D
: L3 f
l
a
shes

e
v
er
y

t
i
me

a

d
a
ta

p
a
c
k
e
t

is

r
e
c
e
ived

f
r
o
m t
h
e

LTE

r
a
d
i
o.

L4

LTE

s
i
g
n
a
l

l
e
v
e
l

L
E
D
: L4 f
l
as
h
e
s

0

t
o

5

ti
me
s

indicating the module
signal strength
,

o
r

t
o
g
g
l
es

o
n
/off

wh
e
n

c
o
m
m
unicat
i
ng

w
i
th

the

Alarm
.
com
se
r
v
ers.

L5

Z
-
Wave Error LED: See
Table 6

on page
4

for more information.

L6

Image Senso
r

L7

Image Sensor


Module Installation





Tools and
S
upplies
N
eeded








You will need the following tools and supplies:



Small

blade and Phillips screwdriver



Drill and

bits for screws and/or anchors



Wire cutter/stripper



Four
-
conductor, 2
2
-
gauge or larger stranded wire



#6 panhead screws (4 included)



Wall anchors (4 included)



2 KΩ

EOL resistor (included)



Cat
-
5 Ethernet Cable
(Optional)


Module Location Guidelines










Prior to beginning installation, u
se the following guidelines to choose a
location for the module:



Check the signal streng
th before choosing a location. Perform

a
walking signal strength test by powering the module off the battery
directly (connect the
GND and +12V

terminals).
After two minutes,
LTE

status LED
L
4 will flash between one and five times to indicate
the
LTE

signal strength level (where 5 is the strongest signal).
Alarm.co
m r
ecommends a signal level of two or higher for proper
operation of the
LTE

Module.



Avoid mounting the module in areas with excessive metal or
electrical wiring, such as furnace or utility
rooms.



Locate the module near an outside wall, preferably on an upper
level.



Do not
mount the module

gateway inside of the panel’s metal box.
Doing so will
negatively

impact Z
-
Wave performance.



For homes or businesses located in canyons or with hills near
by, it is
necessary to place the antenna higher in the building.


Mounting

the Module and Connecting the Antenna


To mount the module:

1)

Press down on the top of the enclosure cover (
See
Figure

3
) and set it
aside.

Figure
3
: Enclosure Cover


2)

The LTE module requires 2 antennas for proper operation. Both
antennas are pre
-
installed for
convenience. The larger antenna will be
connected to antenna connector 1 and the smaller antenna will be
connected to antenna connector 2.

3)

The Ethernet port (optional) enables Dual
-
Path signaling to the
Alarm.com cloud. If desired, the cable should be
threaded through an
opening in the gate way and plugged into the Ethernet connector on the
module as show in Figure 4.


4)

For optimal signal strength

the antennas should be placed as far
away from the module as possible and as far away from each other as
pos
sible. The recommended antenna orientation is shown in Figure 4
.

Figure
4
: Antenna wire orientation




5)

Place the module back plate on the wall at the desired mounting
location, check for level, and mark the three mounting holes and the
wire access area (
Figure

4
). Be sure to leave
room above the back
plate to route the antenna
s
.

6)

Set the back plate aside and drill holes at the mounting and wire
access
area locations.

7)

Use wall anchors where studs are not present and secure the back
plate to the wall with the enclosed screws.


CAUTION:

You must be free of static electricity before
handling electronic
components.

Touch a grounded metal surf
ace before touching the circuit
board.


Wiring












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To wire the module to the panel, do the following:

1)

Remove panel AC Power and disconnect the backup battery.

This is
necessary to prevent damaging the panel or module while making
wiring connections.

2)

Wire the module to the
panel bus

and to the battery terminals for
power
as shown in

Figure

5
.


No
t
e
:

T
h
e

m
o
dule

can

also

b
e

p
o
we
r
ed

o
f
f

th
e

S
u
p
e
r
B
us
2
000

t
w
o

amp

p
o
w
e
r

su
p
p
ly

(
6
0
0
-
101
9)
,

but

should

n
o
t

be

po
w
e
r
e
d

d
i
r
e
ctly

o
f
f

t
h
e

p
a
nel.


Figure
5
: Wiring Terminals













3)

If required, connect an input device to the module Z1 and ZCOM
terminals.


Case Tamper Switch Installation

(Optional)






If the module is easily accessible, you can add case tamper detection

to
activate an alarm or

trouble (depending on panel programming)

when
the cover is removed.

To install the tamper switch, see
Figure 6

and do the following:

1. Slide the reed

switch into the plastic holder on the module

back plate
.


2. Connect a UL Listed reed switch (with
a
2 K
Ω

EOL

resistor 01
-
022) to
the module zone input or to any unused

hardwired input on the panel.


3. Insert the magnet into the nibs on the top cover and

press the

magnet
clip down over the magnet until it clicks into place

into the cover.


Figure
6
: Case tamper switch installation




Power
U
p










To
power up the module and panel and start communication between
them, do the following:

1)

Verify that all wiring between the panel and module is correct.


2)

Connect the backup battery and restore AC power to the panel.

Note:

Whenever
the

module is added or changed, you must remove panel
power and reapply it for the panel and module to communicate successfully.


3)

Enter installer program mode and turn off the

Access Code

Lock


feature (Security menu). This
MUST

be set to off for the

system
to
communicate

with Alarm.com. The module PWR

LED should turn on.
After a few seconds, the module BUS

and AUTO LEDs should flash to
indicate successful communication with the panel.


4)

Verify that
LTE

status LED
L
1 is not flashing any errors (see
Module
S
tatus LEDs

on page
4
). Also, verify that LED
L
4 is flashing a
n

LTE

signal level of two or higher. Otherwise, relocate the module. If LED
L
1 and LED
L
4 are not fla
shing, and LED
L
2 and LED
L
3 are flashing
togeth
er, the module is in PowerSave M
ode and the battery needs to
be charged.


5)

Perform

an installer
LTE

manual phone test
.

A
t a system touchpad,



E
nter

8
” + [
installer code
]

+ “
3




Disarm the panel by entering

1

+

[
installer code
]

within 10
seconds of starting the phone test. Before doing the manual
phone test, the bottom red status LED should be on and the
yellow status LED should be flashing. The yellow LED will stay on
solid once the manual phone test is com
pleted.

Note:
Do not press any system touchpad buttons during the five to eight
minutes or the time will not set. During this time, the keypad will go in and
out of programming mode and will beep several times.



Gateway

Status LEDs








The status LEDs, located on the left side of the module (
Figure 1

on page
1) indicate the current signal and status of the Wireless

Gateway
Module. The bottom red LED indicates if the module is

in
range and if it
is registered. The yellow and green LEDs indicate

the message status.
The top LED is not used.


Red LED

On:
T
he module is in range and registered with the

network.

Off:

The
module is out of range and not registered

with the network.

Blinks:
T
he module is registered with the network,

but out of range.


Yellow LED

On
:
LED on a
fter the first message has been sent by the module

and
received by Alarm.com.

Off:
LED off u
ntil a message has been sent by the module.

Blinks:
T
he first message

is being sent by the

module.


Green LED

Off:
The LED is off a
s soon as Alarm.com receives
a

message from the

module (off most of the time).

Bl
inks:

A

message is being sent by the module.


Table
4
: Status LED Condition Patterns

Condition
Number

Red
LED

Yellow
LED

Green
LED

Condition

1

Off

Off

Off

Module not powered up/not working

2

On

Off

Off

Module in range, first message not

sent,
not currently sending message.

3

On

On

Off

Module in range, first message sent,

not
currently
sending message.

4

On

On

Blinks

Module in range, first message sent,

currently sending message.

5

On

Blinks

Blinks

Module in range, sending first

message,
currently sending message.

6

Blinks

On

Blinks

Module out of range, first message

sent,
currently
sending message.

Concord Control Panel

+
-

12V Battery

24V
GND +12V

A B

Black Green White


Red Black

-

+

10 amp fuse

Red

LTE

Module


+12V A B GND

Module Back Plate



Module Cover






Magnet



Magnet Clip



Reed switch



2.0 K
Ω



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7

Blinks

On

Off

Module out of range, first message

sent,
not currently sending message.

8

Blinks

Blinks

Blinks

Module out of range, sending first

message, currently sending message.


Module
Status LEDs









There are
7 small

status LEDs, located
at the base of the module (Figure
2 on page 2).


There are
seven

small
radio

status LEDs, located

on the bottom of the
module (see
Figure 1
).

T
able 4

below describes the LED functions.


Table 4: Radio Status LED Descriptions

LED

Function

L1

General & Cellular Errors
. Flashes 1 to 8 times in an 8
-
second interval
to indicate specific error. Se
e
Table 5

for errors and common fixes.

L2

Broadband & Panel Communication. Flashes every time the

module
communicates with the panel and flashes in patterns to indicate
broadband troubles.

L3

Cell Radio

Communication. Flashes every time the
cellular

signal level
is checked and when packets are exchanged with Alarm.com.

L4

Cellular

Signal Level. Flashes 0 to 5 times to indicate signal strength,
or toggles on/off slowly when communicating with Alarm.com
servers.

L5

Z
-
Wave
Status &
Error LED. See
Table 6
for
error descriptions.

L6

Image Sensor

L7

Image Sensor


LED Details

LED L1
(red)

L1 flashes when there is an error. The number of flashes indicates the error
number. If there are two or more errors at the same time, the errors will
flash one after the other. The LED will stay off for at least four seconds
between errors.

Table 5:

Errors flashed on L1 (red)

Number of
flashes

Error and solution

1

The m
odule cannot communicate with the panel. Perform a
power cycle on the panel. If the error persists
, rewire the
power and RS232 connections and verify the connections are
correct
. If
the error is still observed try a different module.
Finally, if that does not fix the problem try a different panel.

2

The SIM card is missing or cannot be read. If the SIM card has
been removed, re
-
insert the SIM card and power cycle the
module.

3

The module is trying to register on the
cellular
network. If it
persists for more than a few minutes, the module is having
problems registering with the
cellular

network. Check L4 for
signal level. If signal level is lower than 2 “bars”, change the
panel’s

location or use a remote antenna option. If the signal is
good, the module may be roaming on a

network that does not
partner with
Alarm.com’s

cellular providers.

4

The module is registered on the
cellular

network but cannot
connect with Alarm.com

servers
. Contact Alarm.com Technical
Support.

5

The r
adio portion of the module is not working correctly. If this
persists for more than a few minutes the module may need to
be replaced. This error is extremely rare so verify that the
module is flashing 5 times
.

6

This is an error only if it persists for more than a minute.
Otherwise, it’s just an indication that the module is fixing an
unusual condition regarding communication with the
cellular

network.

7

The module is not compatible with the current panel
type.

8

If it persists, the account may have been set up incorrectly.
Contact Alarm.com Technical Support. You will be asked to
check the serial number of the module.

LED L2 (yellow)

L2 flashes with every communication between
the module and the panel and
flashes in patterns to indicate broadband troubles.
Normal pattern calls for a
flash about every 8 seconds.

Table 6: Errors flashed on L2 (yellow)

Number of
flashes

Error and solution

1

Flashes for each communication with the
panel.

2

The module is unable to establish a connection with the router.
Please verify the wiring and power
-
cycle the module. If this
error still persists, power
-
cycle the router.

3

The module is unable to establish a internet communication.

4

The
module is unable to establish communication with ADC.

5

Alarm.com is unable to reach the module, likely due to a local
firewall.

LED L3 (yellow)

L3 flashes with every communication between the mod
ule and its radio unit
in Idle M
ode, and with every
communication with Alarm.com in Connected
Mode. In PowerSave

M
ode, this LED flashes in unison with LED 2.

LED L4 (green)

L4 indicates the
cellular

signal level as a number of flashes (0 to 5 bars). The
number of bars may not correspond to the bars shown o
n your cell phone
,
even if you have the same cellular carrier
. A level of 5 bars is obtained only
in the strongest signal conditions.


Signal level is updated every ten seconds if it fluctuates, or every 30 seconds
if it is fairly stable.


If L4 is no
t flashing it indicates one of the following states:



T
he module is in Powersave Mode



The module just powered

up



There is no
cellular

coverage in the area
.
Alarm.com recommends a
steady signal level of 2 or higher for proper operation of the module.


In
Connected M
ode, LED
4
toggles on and off.


LED L5 (yellow)


L
5 indicates Z
-
Wave states and errors. See
Table 7
for more details.


Table 7: Z
-
Wave LED status indicators

Number of
flashes

Device status or error

Description

1

Successful add
node/remove
node/replication (lasts 60
seconds)

After receiving this signal leave all
devices by the
LTE

module for 1
minute. Locks must be left next to
the module for 4 minutes


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2

Delete
M
ode (lasts 120
seconds or until a device is
deleted)

In this mode you can delet
e a
device from a Z
-
Wave
network. A device can only be
in one network at a time, and
must receive a “delete”
command before it can be
learned into a new network

3

Add node attempt failed
because node already in
network (lasts 60 seconds)

Device you
attempted to add to a
network is already in a network,
and must be “deleted” before it
can join a new network

4

Add M
ode (lasts 120
seconds or until a device is
added)

In this mode you can add a
device to the local Z
-
Wave
network. Devices cannot be
added
to a network if they are
already a part of a network

5

Replicate Mode


6

Learn mode error (lasts 60
seconds)

The device was not successfully
added to the Z
-
Wave network.

7

No node info


8

No other nodes are in the
network (lasts until a
device is added

to the
network)

No devices have been added that
can be controlled by the module
yet. See above for instructions on
how to add devices


Module
S
tates (modes)









There are three module states (modes).


Idle

In Idle
M
ode, the AC power is up, the battery level is greater than 11.5
volts, and the module is not currently connected to the Alarm.com
servers. This is normal for the module and the most common state.


L1

-

Flashes errors, if any.

L2
-

Communication with panel

L3
-

Communication with radio unit

L4

-

Signal level (0 to 5 bars)

L5



Flashes errors, if any


PowerSave

In PowerSave M
ode, the module just powered up, AC power is down, or
battery level is less than 11.5 volts. The radio part of the module draws
10 mA in PowerSave
M
ode. It is fully functional and

will go into
Connected
M
ode as soon as a signal needs to be sent.
Performing

a
manual phone test will switch the module into Idle
M
ode and update the
signal level reading.


L1

-

Inactive

L2

-

Communication with panel

L3

-

Same flashing pattern as L2

L4

-

Inactive

L5



Inactive


Connected

In Connected M
ode, the module is connected
to the Alarm.com servers
and reported an alarm or other

condition. The module stays in
Connected
M
ode for at least six minutes after the last message is
exchanged. Entering Installer Programming mode will cause the module
to go into Idle
M
ode.


L1
-

Flashe
s errors, if any

L2
-

Communication with panel

L3
-

Communication with Alarm.com

L4

-

Alternates two seconds on, then two seconds off

L5

-

Inactive


Troubleshooting/Testing









Tips



Check

LTE

status

LED

L
1

to

see

if

it

is

f
lashing

any

erro
r
s
.

See
Table 5

on

page
4

for

descriptions of

t
he er
r
ors i
n
dic
a
t
e
d.



If the
pow
e
r LEDs (t
h
e gre
e
n LED

a
t

the

top

of

the

module in


Figure

1

o
n page
1
)

is

not

on
, t
urn

o
f
f

the

pa
n
e
l

power

and

v
e
ri
f
y

that

all

wiring

is correct.



If the
Module s
t
atus

L
E
Ds

(on the l
e
f
t side

o
f

the

module

in

Figure

1

on page
1
)

do

n
o
t

turn

on i
m
m
e
dia
t
ely
a
f
t
e
r
i
n
i
tial
pow
e
r
up
, be sure you have given enough time for the module to
initiate

communication with Alarm.com
.
Y
ou

must

wait

5

to

8

mi
n
utes

after

power

up

for

the

mo
d
ule to com
m
unic
a
te
w
i
th

Alarm
.
c
om.

Verify that the “
Ac
c
e
s
s

Code Lock


f
e
ature

(in
p
a
nel memory)

is
turned off. “Access Code Lock”
MUST

be turned

o
f
f

for

correct

operation.


Sensors 94, 95, 96






If

sensors

9
4
,

95,

a
n
d

96

a
r
e

not

learned

in,

a
f
ter

doing

a

ma
n
ual
phone

test,

the

text

for

t
h
ese

sensors

will

display

important

in
f
or
mation

f
or

troubleshooting

p
u
r
poses.


Alarm.com Technical
Support

sta
f
f

may

re
q
uest

this

i
n
f
o
rmation

during

service calls.



Sensor

94

text:


IMSI

numbe
r.



Sensor

95

text:


T
ype

of

cent
r
a
l

station

reports

enabled.

See
Table 7

for a reference of the codes displayed.



Sensor

96

text:


Module s
erial

numbe
r
.


Table
7
: Central Station Reporting Bits

B

Phone Test

M

Panel programming

E

Alarms

N

Tamper

F

System trouble

O

Cancels

G

Sensor trouble

P

Normal activity

H

Arming/disarming

Q

Modem on line

J

Sensor bypass

R

Pings

K

AC power failure

V

Panel low battery

L

Phone failure (phone failure will always be reported for alarms and cancels)


Specifications





Table
6
: Technical Specifications

Compatibility

Co
nc
o
r
d

p
a
n
els

w
i
th

s
o
f
t
w
a
r
e

ve
r
si
o
ns

4
.
0
a
nd

h
i
gh
er

Power
requirements

12 V nominal, 65 mA
(continuous) 1600 mA
(instantaneous peaks) maximum (from panel or
auxiliary power supply)

Cellular network

Verizon LTE
; AT&T LTE; Telus LTE

Power/data bus

One 4
-
wire SuperBus 2000 auto addressing power
communication data bus

Indicators

One module/panel
communication status LED, one
module power LED, one automation LED, three
wireless communication status LEDs
, 2 Image Sensor
LEDs

Operating
Temperature

32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)

Storage
Temperature

-
30 to 140°F (
-
34 to 60°C)

Humidity

90% relative humidity

non
-
condensing

Case color

Belgian gray

Case material

High
-
impact, ABS plastic




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Regulatory Information







Table
7
: Regulatory Listings

Listings

FCC ID: YL6
-
143470L

IC: 9111A
-
14347
0L

Model Number: ADC
-
470L


Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Alarm.com can void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.


This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limi
ts for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency en
ergy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harm
ful 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:




Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
.



Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.



Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different form
that which the receiver is connected



Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.


Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) This device may not cause interference

(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that
may cause undesired operation of the device

This equipment complies with the FCC R
F radiation exposure limits set
forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be
installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters
between the radiator and your body.


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