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Self-Contained Wireless
Alarm System
v1.2 User Manual
WARNING:

This manual contains information on limitations regarding product use and func-
tion and information on the limitations as to liability of the manufacturer. The entire manual
should be carefully read
. i
1. About Your Security System
2
1.1 Fire Detection (must be enabled by Installer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1.2 Carbon Monoxide Detection (must be enabled by Installer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1.3 Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . 2
1.4 Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 2
1.5 Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. 2
1.6 General System Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2. Keypad Controls & Indicators
3
3. Language Selection
3
4. Arming and Disarming (Setting/Unsetting) the System
3
4.1 Stay Arming (Setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
4.2 Night Arming (Setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
4.3 Silent Exit Delay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. 4
4.4 Away Arming (Setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
4.5 Quick Exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . 4
4.6 Siren Sounds After Away Arming (Setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
4.7 Disarming (Unsetting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
4.8 Remote Arming and Disarming (Setting/Unsetting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
5. Setting and Unsetting the Alarm System for Police Connected Alarms
5
5.1 Alarm System Setting Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
5.2 Alarm System Unsetting Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
6. Emergency Keys
5
7. When Alarm Sounds
5
7.1 Intrusion (Burglary) Alarm Continuous Siren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
7.2 Fire Alarm Pulsed Siren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
7.3 Carbon Monoxide Alarm (must be enabled by your installer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
8. 2-Way/1-Way Audio Operation (SCW9057 only)
6
9. Time & Date Programming and Temperature Display
6
10.Bypassing Zones
7
10.1 Bypass Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. 7
11.Trouble Conditions
8
12. Trouble Acknowledgement
8
13. Alarm Memory
8
14.Door Chime
8
15.Access Code Programming
9
15.1 Access Codes — [

][5][Master Code] (when disarmed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
15.2 User Code Attributes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9
15.3 Inherent Attributes (all codes except installer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
15.4 Zone Bypassing Attribute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
15.5 Phone Access Attribute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
15.6 Bell/Siren Squawk Attribute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
15.7 Erasing an Access Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
16.Proximity Tag Enrolment (PT4)
10
17.User Function Commands
11
17.1 Changing Brightness/Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
17.2 Changing the Buzzer Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
17.3 Viewing the Event Buffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
18.Changing SMS Phone Numbers
12
19.Late to Open
13
20.SMS (Short Message Service) Notification
13
20.1 The SMS Notification Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
20.2 SMS Remote Access Connection Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
20.3 On-board LCD Display SMS Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
21.Two-Way Wireless Key (WT4989)
14
21.1 Function Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14
21.2 WT4989 Status Display Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
21.3 Buzzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . 15
21.4 Keylock Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
22.Testing Your System
15
22.1 Siren and Keypad Display Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
22.2 Walk Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 16
22.3 Allowing Computer Access to your System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
23.Reference Sheets
17
24.Keypad Quick Guide
19
25.Guidelines for Locating Smoke & CO Detectors
20
26.Household Fire Safety Audit
20
27.Fire Escape Planning
21
Table of Contents 1
Always ensure you obtain the latest version of the User Guide. Updated versions of this User Guide are
available by contacting your distributor.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and/or injury, observe the following:
• Do not spill any type of liquid on the equipment.
• Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Opening or removing the cover may expose you to dan-
gerous voltage or other risk. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Never open the device your-
self.
• Do not touch the equipment and its connected cables during an electrical storm; there may be a risk of
electric shock.
• Do not use the Alarm System to report a gas leak if the system is near a leak.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Keep your Alarm Controller in optimal condition by following all the instructions that are included within
this manual and/or marked on the product.
CLEANING
• Clean the units by wiping with a damp cloth only.
• Do not use abrasives, thinners, solvents or aerosol cleaners (spray polish) that may enter through holes in
the Alarm Controller and cause damage.
• Do not use any water or any other liquid.
• Do not wipe the front cover with alcohol.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Occasionally, you may have a problem with your Alarm Controller or telephone line. If this happens, your
Alarm Controller will identify the problem and display an error message. Refer to the provided list when
you see an error message on the display. If additional help is required, contact your distributor for service.
WARNING:
This equipment, Alarm System SCW9055/9057 shall be installed and used within an envi-
ronment that provides the pollution degree max 2 and over-voltages category II non-hazardous locations,
indoor only. It is designed to be installed, serviced and/or repaired by service persons only [service person
is defined as a person having the appropriate technical training and experience necessary to be aware of
hazards to which that person may be exposed in performing a task and of measures to minimize the risks to
that person or other persons]. For EU and Australian markets, the equipment is permanently connected or
direct plug-in connected. For the permanently connected version, an accessible disconnect device shall be
incorporated into the building installation wiring. For the direct plug-in version, the socket outlet shall be
installed near the SCW9055/9057 and shall be easily accessible. The plug of the direct plug-in transformer
serves as the disconnect device.

NOTE: There are no parts replaceable by the end-user within this equipment, except the batteries for the
following: the WT5500 keypad, Indoor Siren (WT4901) and the Wireless Key (WT4989).
WARNING:
Never obstruct the access to the socket-outlet to which this equipment is connected. These
safety instructions should not prevent you from contacting the distributor and/or the manufacturer to obtain
any further clarification and/or answers to your concerns.
This publication covers the following models:
• SCW9055-433
• SCW9057I-433
• WT4989
• SCW9057-433
• SCW9055G-433
• WT4901
• SCW9055D-433
• SCW9057G-433
• WT4911
• SCW9057D-433
• WT5500-433
• PT4
• SCW9055I-433
• WT5500P-433 2
1. About Your Security System
Read this manual carefully and have your installer instruct you on your system's operation and on
which features have been implemented in your system. All users of this system should be fully
instructed in its use. Fill out the “System Information” page with all of your zone information and
access codes, and store this manual in a safe place for future reference.
NOTE: Please consult your installer for further information regarding the false alarm reduction features
built into your system, as not all are covered in this manual.
1.1 Fire Detection (must be enabled by Installer)
This equipment is capable of monitoring fire detection devices such as smoke detectors and provid-
ing a warning if a fire condition is detected. Good fire detection depends on having an adequate
number of detectors placed in appropriate locations. This equipment should be installed in accor-
dance with NFPA 72 (N.F.P.A., Batterymarch Park, Quincy MA 02269). Please read the Family
Escape Planning guidelines in this manual.
1.2 Carbon Monoxide Detection (must be enabled by Installer)
This equipment is capable of monitoring carbon monoxide detectors and providing a warning if car-
bon monoxide is detected. Please read the Family Escape Planning guidelines in this manual and
instructions that are available with the carbon monoxide detector.
1.3 Testing
To ensure that your system continues to function as intended, you must test your system weekly.
Please refer to the “Testing your System” section in this manual. If your system does not function
properly, call your installing company for service.
1.4 Monitoring
This system is capable of transmitting alarms, troubles, and emergency information to a central sta-
tion. If you initiate an alarm by mistake, immediately call the central station to prevent an unneces-
sary response.
NOTE: The monitoring function must be enabled by the installer before it can become functional.
NOTE:
Consult with your installer to determine if your system is configured with a communicator delay. A
communicator delay will prevent a report to the central station if the control panel is disarmed within 30-45 seconds
after
an intrusion alarm is triggered. Note that fire-type alarms are normally reported without a delay.
NOTE: Ensure that your installer verifies that your system is compatible with the Central Station Receiver
format at yearly intervals.
1.5 Maintenance
With normal use, the system requires minimum maintenance. Note the following points:
• Do not wash the security equipment with a wet cloth. Light dusting with a slightly moistened cloth
should remove normal accumulations of dust.
• Replace the standby battery every 3-5 years.
NOTE: Do not replace the battery or open the enclosure; there is a risk of electric shock and/or fire.
• For other system devices such as smoke detectors, motion detectors, glass break detectors or door/
window contacts, consult the manufacturer’s literature for testing and maintenance instructions.
1.6 General System Operation
Your security system comprises an integrated alarm control/keypad and various sensors and detec-
tors. The keypad is mounted by the main entry/exit location. The system is self-contained; electron-
ics and standby battery are housed within the keypad unit.
NOTE: Only the installer or service professional should have access to the system.
The security system has several zones of area protection. Each of these zones communicates to a
single wireless sensor (motion detectors, glass break detectors, door contacts, etc.) or to one or more
hard-wired sensors. A sensor in alarm is indicated by messages on the LCD.
Additional features include Automatic Inhibit (Swinger Shutdown) for Alarm; Tamper and Trouble
signals after 3 occurrences in a given set period; SMS interactive operation and a Programmable
Keypad Lockout option. 3
2. Keypad Controls & Indicators
IMPORTANT NOTICE
A security system cannot prevent emergencies. It is only intended to alert you and your central sta-
tion (if applicable) to an emergency situation. Security systems are generally very reliable but they
may not work under all conditions and they are not a substitute for prudent security practices or life
and property insurance. Your security system must be installed and serviced by qualified security
professionals. These professionals can instruct you on the level of protection that has been provided
and on system operations.
NOTE: When the keypad is in Sleep Mode it is saving battery life e.g., backlighting, LCD message display
will not be turned on until there is a specific reason: a key is pressed, entry delay is started. In this mode the
keypad is still functioning and nothing will be visible; however if desired, your installer can enable the
product to show the armed/set status while in Sleep Mode.
NOTE: In UK installations where the SCW9055(G)/SCW9057(D)(G)-433 is used with a single path
signalling method, like the integrated digital dialer (phone line alarm transmitter), please note the following
important limitation: Your attention is drawn to the fact that failure or compromise of single path signalling
(i.e., one method of communication) cannot be passed to the police. While the failure persists, subsequent
alarms cannot be notified to the alarm receiving centre and passed to the police.
3. Language Selection
Your system can display messages in different languages. To change the display language:
1. Press and hold both
[]
buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.
2. Using the
[]
buttons, scroll through the available languages.
3. Press
[

]
to select your desired language.
NOTE: For systems compliant with the EN50131-1 standard, language selection can only be done by the
installer.
4. Arming and Disarming (Setting/Unsetting) the System
4.1 Stay Arming (Setting)
Stay arming will bypass motion sensors and arm/set the perimeter of the system (i.e., doors and win-
dows). Close all sensors (i.e., close doors). The Ready ( ) indicator will illuminate.
Press and hold the Stay
button until it beeps (approx. 2 seconds). Enter your access code, do
not leave the premises. During the setting state (Exit Delay active), the Armed ( ) and Ready ( )
indicators will illuminate.
When the exit delay is completed, the alarm system is armed/set and this is indicated on the keypad
as follows: the Ready ( ) indicator will turn off, the Armed ( ) indicator will remain on.
The Armed (
) indicator and a bypass message will be displayed. The system will automatically
ignore bypassed zones (e.g., motion sensors).
NOTE: Your installer can program a function key on the keypad to allow you to arm/set the system in Stay
mode instantly. This allows you to activate Stay Arming by holding down the function key for 2 seconds.
The system arms/sets immediately with no beeps sounding and no exit delay.

LED Indicators
Ready
Armed
Trouble
Power
Function Keys:
Away
Arm
Stay
Arm
Chime
Bypass Zones
Quick Exit
X
O
Previous Screen
Select Option
Scroll Keys
Fire
Auxiliary
Panic
2x16 LCD
<>
indicates user can
scroll through options
Emergency Keys:
System is
Ready to Arm <>
2
5
8
0
3
6
9
#
1
4
7
* 4
4.2 Night Arming (Setting)
To night arm/set the system when it has been armed/set in Stay mode, press [

][1] at the keypad. All
interior zones will now be armed/set except for devices programmed as Night zones.
NOTE: Your installer can also program a function key on the keypad that allows you to arm/set the system
in Night mode. This allows Night Arming to be activated by holding down the function key for 2 seconds.
Night zones are only armed/set in Away mode; this permits limited movement within the premises
when the system is fully armed/set. Ensure that your installer has provided you with a list identify-
ing zones programmed as night zones. When the interior zones are activated (i.e., [

][1]) you must
enter your access code to disarm the system in order to gain access to interior areas that have not
been programmed as night zones.
4.3 Silent Exit Delay
If the system is armed/set using the Stay button or using the

No-Entry Arming” method ([

][9]
[Access Code]), the keypad buzzer will be silenced and the exit time will be doubled for that exit
period only.
4.4 Away Arming (Setting)
Close all sensors (i.e., stop motion and close doors). The Ready ( ) indicator should be on.
To arm/set, press and hold the Away button for 2 seconds and/or enter your access code or press
[

][0] to Quick Arm/Set.
NOTE: The Quick Arming/Setting option should not be used for installations compliant with EN50131-1
Grade 2 requirements.
During the setting state (exit delay active) the Armed ( ) and Ready ( ) indicators will turn on,
and the keypad will sound one beep per second. You now have ___ seconds to leave the premises
(please check with your installer to have this time programmed). A keypad buzzer, whose pulsating
rate is distinct, will sound during the last ten seconds of the exit delay to warn occupants that the
exit delay is running out. To cancel the arming sequence, enter your access code.
When the exit delay is completed, the alarm system is armed. This is indicated on the keypad dis-
play as follows: the Ready ( ) indicator will turn off, the Armed ( ) indicator will remain on and
the keypad will stop sounding.
NOTE: The system can also be armed/disarmed (set/unset) with a wireless key and with proximity tags.
Refer to the “Proximity Tags” and “Two-Way Wireless Key” sections for more details.
4.5 Quick Exit
If the system is armed/set and you need to exit, use the Quick Exit function to avoid disarming and
rearming the system. Press and hold the Quick Exit button
for 2 seconds or press [

][0]. You
now have 2 minutes to leave the premises. When the door is closed again, the remaining exit time is
cancelled.
4.6 Siren Sounds After Away Arming (Setting)
Audible Exit Fault
In order to reduce false alar
ms, the Audible Exit Fault is designed to notify you of an improper exit
when arming/setting the system. If you fail to securely close the entry/exit door during the pro-
grammed exit delay period, the system will sound the alarm to indicate an improper exit (your
installer will tell you if this feature has been enabled on your system). If this occurs:
1. Re-enter the premises.
2. Enter your access code before the entry delay timer expires, to disarm the system.
3. Repeat the Away Arming/Setting procedure, ensuring that the entry/exit door(s) are secured.
Arming (Setting) Error
An error tone will sound if the system is unable to arm/set. This will happen if the system is not
ready to arm/set (i.e., sensors are open), or if an incorrect user code has been entered. If this hap-
pens, ensure all sensors are secure, press [
#
] and try again.
4.7 Disarming (Unsetting)
To disarm (unset) an armed (set) system ( indicator is on), enter your access code. If your keypad
is in Sleep mode, press any key to wake it up then enter your access code. The keypad will sound a
continuous tone after the entry delay has been initiated (when opening the entry/exit door). Enter 5
your code within ___ seconds to avoid an alarm condition. Check with your installer to program this
time.
Disarming Error
If your code is invalid, the system will not disarm and a 2-second error tone will sound. If this hap-
pens, press [
#
] and try again.
4.8 Remote Arming and Disarming (Setting/Unsetting)
The system can be armed/set and disarmed/unset, using a remote control device (wireless key), if
programmed by the installer. When arming/setting the system using the Arm button on a wireless
key, the system will acknowledge the command by sounding a single bell/siren squawk, if pro-
grammed to do so by the installer. When disarming/unsetting using the Disarm button on a wireless
key, the system will acknowledge the command by sounding two bell/siren squawks. Three
squawks, when disarming/unsetting with the Disarm button, indicates that an alarm occurred while
the system was armed/set. If you are unsure of the cause of the alarm, proceed with caution (see
Two-Way Wireless Key (WT4989).
5. Setting and Unsetting the Alarm System for Police Connected Alarms (UK In-
stallations only)
5.1 Alarm System Setting Methods
The SCW9055/SCW9057 is capable of completing the full alarm system setting procedure using
one of the following methods:
• push button switch mounted outside the supervised premises; or
• protective switch (i.e., door contact) fitted to the final exit door of the alarmed premises or area.
The setting procedure is a two-stage process that consists of initiating the alarm setting procedure
within the supervised premises (e.g., using a prox tag (PT4) or user code) followed by completion
of setting by one of the two methods mentioned above. Please check with the installer which method
has been enabled for your system.
5.2 Alarm System Unsetting Methods
The SCW9055/SCW9057 is capable of supporting the following alarm system unsetting methods in
accordance with BS8243-2010:
• Prevention of entry to the supervised premises before the SCW9055/SCW9057 is unset.
• Unsetting using the WT4989 wireless key before entering the supervised premises causes or per-
mits the initial entry door to be unlocked (section 6.4.2).
6. Emergency Keys
Press BOTH
(
Fire
), (
Auxiliary
), or
(
Panic
) buttons for 2 seconds to
generate a Fire, Auxiliary, or Panic alarm. The keypad buzzer will beep indicating that the alarm
input has been accepted and transmission to the central station is underway. The Fire buttons may or
may not sound the siren depending on installer setup.
NOTE: The Fire buttons can be disabled by the installer.
NOTE: The Auxiliary Alarm buttons are not intended to be used for medical signals.
7. When Alarm Sounds
The system can generate 3 different alarm sounds:
• Continuous Siren = Intrusion/Burglary Alarm
NOTE: The WT4911 siren will sound a dual frequency sweeping tone for burglary alarms.
• Temporal / Pulsed Siren = Fire Alarm
• 4 beeps, 5-second pause, 4 beeps = Carbon Monoxide alarm
NOTE: The priority of signals is fire alarm, carbon monoxide alarm then burglary alarm. 6
7.1 Intrusion (Burglary) Alarm Continuous Siren
If you are unsure of the source of the alarm, proceed with caution!

If the alarm was accidental, enter your access code to silence the alarm. If the alarm system is dis-
armed within the programmed Abort Window (check with the installer if this option has been enabled
on your system and what is the transmitter delay time programmed), no alarm transmission to the
Central Station will occur. Following the Abort Window is a 5-minute Cancel Window, during which
a user can cancel, by entering their access code, an alarm that has been previously transmitted. A can-
cel signal will be transmitted to the central station and the alarm system will indicate that the cancel
signal was transmitted. Call your central station to avoid a dispatch.
7.2 Fire Alarm Pulsed Siren
Follow your emergency evacuation plan immediately!
If the fire alarm was accidental (burned toast, bathroom steam, etc.), enter your access code to silence
the alarm. Call your central station to avoid a dispatch.
7.3 Carbon Monoxide Alarm (must be enabled by your installer)
Activation of your CO alarm indicates the presence of carbon monoxide (CO), which can be fatal.
During an alarm, the red LED on the CO detector flashes rapidly and buzzer sounds with a repeating
cadence of: 4 quick beeps, 5-second pause, 4 quick beeps. If an alarm sounds:
1. Operate silence button.
2. Call emergency services or your fire department.
3. Immediately move outdoors or to an open door/window.
WARNING: Carefully review your Carbon Monoxide Installation/User Guide to determine the neces-
sary actions required to ensure your safety and to confirm that the equipment is operating correctly.
Incorporate the steps outlined in the guide into your evacuation plan.
8. 2-Way/1-Way Audio Operation (SCW9057 only)
If programmed by the installer, this feature allows the monitoring station to initiate a 2-way audio
(talk/listen) or 1-way audio (listen-in only) session when an alarm has been received. This feature is
used to verify the nature of the alarm or determine the type of assistance required by the occupant.
NOTE: This feature can be initiated only by the monitoring station after an alarm has been received. The
user can not initiate a 2-way audio session.
9. Time & Date Programming and Temperature Display
Press [

][6] then enter your master access code to enter User Functions. Use the [
<
][
>
] buttons to
find the menu option, then press [

] to select. Enter the time in 24-hr. format (HH:MM), followed by
the date (MM:DD:YY).
Press [#] to exit programming. If
you are viewing a

Loss of
Clock

trouble from within the trouble menu ([

][2]), press [

] to
directly enter Date and Time programming (see Trouble Condi-
tions).
NOTE: Your installer may have programmed your system to display the time and date while the keypad is
idle. Press the [#] button to temporarily clear the date and time display if desired.
NOTE: The SCW9055/9057 clock display can be automatically programmed if a 3G Communicator is
connected. This feature must be enabled by your installer.
The SCW9055/9057 system and WT5500 keypad can also display the outdoor temperature (Fahren-
heit or Celsius) from the 2-way outdoor siren. This feature must be enabled by your installer.
HH:MM MM/DD/YY
09:06 01/31/11 7
10. Bypassing Zones
Use the zone bypassing feature when you need access to a protected area while the system is armed/
set, or when a zone is temporarily out of service but you need to arm/set the system. Bypassed zones
will not be able to sound an alarm. As a result, bypassing zones reduces the level of security. If you
are bypassing a zone because it is not working, call a service technician immediately so that the prob-
lem can be resolved and your system returned to proper working order. Ensure that no zones are
unintentionally bypassed when arming/setting your system. Zones cannot be bypassed once the sys-
tem is armed/set. Bypassed zones (except for 24-hr zones) are automatically cancelled each time the
system is disarmed and must be bypassed again, if required, before the next arming.
With the system disarmed/unset:
Activating all Bypassed Zones
To remove bypass (all zones):
1. Press [

][1], then your access code.
2. Press [0][0].
3. To exit bypassing mode and return to the Ready state, press [#].
Recalling Bypassed Zones
To recall the last set of bypassed zones:
1. Press [

][1], then your access code.
2. Press [9][9].
3. To exit bypassing mode and return to the Ready state, press [#].
10.1 Bypass Group
A Bypass Group is a selection of zones programmed into the system. If you bypass a group of zones
on a regular basis, you can program them into a Bypass Group, so that you do not have to bypass
each zone individually. Note that only one Bypass Group can be programmed at a time.
To program a Bypass Group:
1. Press [

][1], then enter your access code.
2. Enter the 2-digit numbers (01-64) of the zones to be included in the Bypass Group or use the
[] buttons to find the zone to include in the Bypass Group, then press [

] to select the zone.
3. To save the selected zone into the group, press [9][5].
4. To exit bypassing mode and return to the Ready state, press [#].
NOTE: If an access code is required to enter bypassing, only the master code and codes with Supervisory
enabled can set the Bypass Group.
To select a Bypass Group when arming/setting the system:
1. Press [

][1], then your access code.
2. Press [9][1]. The next time the system is armed/set, the zones in this group will be bypassed.
3. To exit bypassing mode and return to the Ready state, press [#].
NOTE: A Bypass Group is only recalled if the system is armed/disarmed (set/unset) after programming the
Bypass Group.
1. Press [

] to enter the function menu. The keypad will display the
screen on the right.
2. Press [1] or [

].
3. If your system is programmed to require access codes the screen on the
right will be displayed. Enter your 4-digit access code.
4. Scroll to the desired zone number using the [
<
][
>
] keys, then press [

]
to select the zone or directly enter the 2-digit number of the zone you
wish to bypass (e.g., 0 5 for zone 5). 8
11. Trouble Conditions
When a trouble condition is detected, the Trouble ( ) indicator will turn on and the keypad will beep
every 10 seconds. Press the [#] button to silence the beeps. Press [

][2] to view the trouble condition.
The Trouble ( ) indicator will flash. Use the scroll
[]
keys to view troubles.

12. Trouble Acknowledgement
When the Troubles Inhibit Arming feature is enabled, the Trouble Acknowledgement feature may be
used to acknowledge and override the existing troubles, so the system can be armed. To use this fea-
ture, press
to enter the Trouble menu. Scroll
left or right and press
or
when the keypad displays, “Trouble Acknowledgement.” An override event will also be logged, thus
identifying the user. To override open, faulted or tampered zones use the Zone Bypass feature
().
13. Alarm Memory
When an alarm occurs, the Alarm Memory message will be displayed. To view which sensor(s) gen-
erated the alarm, press [

][3]. For the system keypad use the scroll [] buttons to view the sensors
in alarm memory. Press [#] to exit. To clear the memory, arm/set and disarm/unset the system.
If an alarm sounded while armed/set, the system will automatically go to alarm memory when you
disarm the system. In this instance, you should proceed with caution, as the intruder may still be
within the building/premises.
14. Door Chime
To turn the door chime function on or off, press and hold the Chime
button for 2 seconds or
press [

][4]. The system will sound 3 beeps to indicate the door chime is on, or one long tone to indi-
cate that door chime is off.
Trouble
Comments
Action
Alternate
Communicator Trouble
Indicates SIM Card Lock, 3G Network Trouble, Ethernet Trouble,
Central Station Receiver Trouble, Supervision Trouble, and SMS
Config Trouble. Press [] to scroll through individual troubles.
Call for service.
For Ethernet Trouble
check
LAN connec-
tions.
Service Required
(Press [1] for more infor-
mation)
Indicates Low Battery, System Trouble, System Tamper or RF Jam
detected.
Call for service.
Loss of AC Power
If the building and/or neighbourhood has lost electrical power, the
system will continue to operate on battery power for several hours.
Check AC connection.
Call for service.
Telephone Line Fault
The system has detected that the telephone line is disconnected.
Call for service.
Failure to
Communicate
The system attempted to communicate with the monitoring station
but failed. This may be due to a telephone line fault.
Call for service.
Module/Sensor Fault
The system is experiencing difficulties with one or more module/
sensor on the system. Continue to press [5] to navigate through the
zone, keypad, and siren fault menus.
Call for service.
Module/Sensor Tamper
The system has detected a tamper condition with one or more mod-
ule/sensor on the system. Continue to press
[6]
to navigate through
the zone, keypad, and siren tamper menus.
Call for service.
Module/Sensor Low Bat-
tery
The system has detected a low battery condition with one or more
module/sensor on the system. Continue to press
[7]
to display the
zone(s), wireless key(s), keypad(s), siren(s) and prox tag(s).
See section 22.1 Siren
and Keypad Display
Test. Call for service.
Loss of Time & Date
If complete power was lost (AC and Battery), the time and date will
need to be
re-programmed.
Press
[

]
.
Reprogram Time &
Date.
Blank Display / No
Response
Keypad battery may have discharged beyond the usable level.
Replace battery (call for
service if trouble not
cleared).

Panel Response Not
Received

message
The keypad has lost wireless communication with the panel. Occa-
sional display of this message may be caused by local radio fre-
quency interference.
If trouble persists, call
for service. 9
15. Access Code Programming
In addition to the master code, you can program up to 16 additional user access codes.
To program User Access Codes:
1. Disarm your system, if it is armed/set.
2. Press [

][5][Master Access Code (i.e., 4- or 6-digit code)]; the armed ( ) indicator will turn on.
3. Enter the 2-digit number to be programmed. This number is used to identify the User Access Code
being entered (e.g., 06 for User Access Code 6; enter 40 for the master access code), or press the
scroll [] buttons to find the specific code and press [

] to select.
4. Enter the new 4-digit or 6-digit access code. When programming is complete, enter another 2-digit
code to program or press [#] to exit.
The access codes have programmable attributes which allow zone bypassing, duress, supervisor,
remote access, or one-time use activation.
On WT5500P keypads, you will be prompted to swipe a proximity tag once the last character of the
access code is entered. To delete proximity tags, the associated user access code must be deleted as
described, then re-programmed if required.
NOTE: If wireless keys have been programmed,
wireless key #1
will log as
User Access Code #1
(if
that access code has been programmed). User Access Codes 1-16 will correspond to
wireless keys
or
proximity tags 1-16
.
NOTE: When using 6-digit access codes, the minimum number of variations of access codes is 58,823.
15.1 Access Codes — [

][5][Master Code] (when disarmed)
The [

][5] User’s Programming command is used to program additional access codes (see Access
Code Programming).
User Codes
-
User codes 1-16 are available for the system.

Master Code (Access Code 40)
- The master code has all of the attributes listed in the Programma-
ble Attributes list below except for Duress (2) and One-Time Use (8) and is required to program all
supervisor code attributes.
Supervisor Codes
- These codes are always valid when entering the [

][5] User Code Program-
ming or [

][6] User Function sections. However, these codes can only program additional codes
which have equal or lesser attributes. Once programmed, the supervisor codes receive the master
code’s attributes. These attributes are changeable. Any user code can be made a supervisor code by
enabling User Code Attribute 1 (please see below for details).
Duress Codes
- Duress codes are standard user codes that will transmit the Duress Alarm Reporting
Code whenever the code is entered to perform any function on the system. Any user code can be
made a duress code by enabling User Code Attribute 2 (see below for details).
One-Time Use Code
-
This code permits temporary access to the system for a 24-hour time period. During
the 24hr period, the temporary user may disarm the system once. There is no restriction on the number of
times the temporary user may arm/set the system during the time period.
NOTE: Duress codes are not valid when entering [

][5], [

][6] or [

][8] sections.
NOTE: Access codes cannot be programmed as a duplicate or as a Code +/- 1.
15.2 User Code Attributes
The default attributes of a new code will be the attributes of the code used to enter [

][5] whether it is
a new code or an existing code being programmed.
System Master (Code 40) has Attribute 3 on by default.
NOTE: These attributes are not changeable.
15.3 Inherent Attributes (all codes except installer)
Arm (Set) / Disarm (Unset)
- Any access code will be valid for arming and disarming the system.
Command Outputs ([

][7][1] and [

][7][2])
- If these outputs require access code entry, any access
code is valid for performing the [

][7][1-2][Access Code] functions on the system.
Programmable Attributes ([

][5][Master/Supervisor Code][9][Code])
To program an access code attribute enter [

][5][Master/Supervisor Code][9] then [] scroll to the
access code (e.g., 2-digit number 01-16) you want to program. Press [

] to select the access code. 10
Next, scroll to the attribute you want to program and press [

] (or enter the attribute #) to enable/dis-
able the attribute.

15.4 Zone Bypassing Attribute
This attribute allows the user to manually bypass zones if bypassing requires an access code.
15.5 Phone Access Attribute
This attribute allows the user to specify which user access codes can be used for remote access via SMS.
15.6 Bell/Siren Squawk Attribute
This attribute is used to determine whether an access code should generate an arming/disarming
(setting/unsetting) squawk when the away function key is pressed on a wireless key. Contact your
installer to have this programmed. The Master code cannot use the Bell/Siren Squawk attribute, but
the code is required to enable the Bell/Siren for other codes.
NOTE: This feature cannot prevent the Arm/Disarming (Setting/Unsetting) squawks from being generated
if an access code assigned to a wireless key is manually entered at a keypad.
15.7 Erasing an Access Code
To erase a code, select the code and enter [

] as the first digit. If [

] is entered, the system will delete
the code (including the associated prox tag) immediately and the user will be returned to select
another code.
16. Proximity Tag Enrolment (PT4)
Proximity (prox) tag readers are only available on WT5500P keypads. Refer to the label on top of
the keypad to confirm which model you have.
Enrolling Proximity Tags
1. Enter [

][5][Master Code] to enter User Code Programming.
2. Scroll to the desired user code (01-16, or 40 for the Master Code) then press [

].
3. Enter your desired 4 or 6-digit user access code. The following message will be displayed after
the user access code is entered:
4.
Place the prox tag near the tag reader (
) at the left side of the display to assign it to the user code. The
following message will be displayed:

5. If an attempt is made to assign a prox tag to an existing user code that has an associated prox tag,
the following message will be displayed.

Select another user code or erase the existing user code and associated prox tag and re-enroll with
the new prox tag. Return to Step 2 for instructions on how to enroll a user code.
NOTE: To exit the process at anytime, press [#].
Erasing a User Code/Proximity Tag
Enter [

][5][Master Code], select the desired user code. Enter [

] to erase the code and associated
prox tag. The keypad will display the user number (e.g., 01) with a letter “P” if a user code has
already been programmed and a letter “T” if a code and prox tag have been programmed.
#
Attribute
#
Attribute
1
Supervisor Code
5-6
For Future Use
2
Duress Code
7
Bell/Siren Squawk upon Away Arming/Disarming
3
Zone Bypassing Enabled
8
One-Time Use Code
4
Phone Access
Present Tag or
Press # to Exit
Tag Enrolled
Successfully
Duplicate
Tag/User Code 11
NOTE: User 40 for the master code cannot be deleted; an attempt to delete this user code will delete the
prox tag only. The prox tag must be re-enrolled before it can be used again.
Proximity Tag Operation
6. Place the prox tag near the tag reader
()
at the left side of the display to arm/disarm (set/unset)
your system. When arming/setting the system, the following message will be displayed:

7. When disarming/unsetting the system, the following message will be displayed:

8. If there is an attempt to swipe a prox tag that has not been enrolled, an error tone will sound and
the following message will be displayed:

Return to Step 1 for instructions on how to enroll the prox tag.
WARNING: KEEP THE PROXIMITY TAG OUT OF REACH OF SMALL CHILDREN.
THE MATERIALS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PRODUCT (LITHIUM BATTERIES, ETC.) MUST BE RECYCLED
ACCORDING TO LOCAL RULES AND REGULATIONS.
17. User Function Commands
Disarm the system then enter [

][6][Master Code]. The [

][6] command is used to gain access to the
following list of Master functions of the system:
[1] Time and Date

- Enter 4 digits for 24hr System Time (HH-MM). Valid entries are 00-23 for the
hour and 00-59 for minutes. Enter 6 digits for the Month, Day and Year (MM-DD-YY).
[2]-[3]
For Future Use.
[4] System Test
- The system tests siren output: on-board siren – 4 seconds (2 seconds medium vol-
ume, 2 seconds high volume), indoor/outdoor siren – 2 seconds. Keypad lights, back-up battery pack
and communicator are tested.
[5] Enable DLS / Allow Remote System Service
- If enabled, the installer can to access Installer
Programming remotely using DLS (Downloading Software). This function provides a window for
telephone ring detection by the alarm system. The DLS window will remain open for 6 hours, during
which time the installer will be able to enter DLS an unlimited number of times. After the 6-hr win-
dow has expired, access to programming via DLS will be unavailable until the window is re-opened.
[6] User Call-up
- If enabled by the installer, the panel will make 1 attempt to call the downloading
computer. The downloading computer must be waiting for the panel to call before downloading can
be performed.
[7]
For future use.
[8] User Walk Test

- Allows the user to enter the Walk Test mode. See Walk Test on page 16.
[9] Late to Open Enable/Disable
- This function enables or disables the Late to Open time pro-
grammed in [0].
[0] Late to Open Time of Day
- This function is used to program the time setting enabled in [9].
NOTE: Refer to “Late to Open” section for details.
17.1 Changing Brightness/Contrast
When this option is selected, the keypad will allow you to scroll through 4 brightness levels and 10
contrast levels.
1. Press [

][6] [Master Code].
2. Use the [] buttons to scroll to either Brightness Control or Contrast Control.
3. Press [

] to select the setting you want to adjust.
4. a) Brightness Control: There are 4 backlighting levels. Use the [] buttons to scroll to the
desired level.
b) Contrast Control: There are 10 different display contrast levels. Use the [] buttons to scroll
to the desired contrast level.
5. To exit, press [#].
Exit Delay in
Progress
System Disarmed
Invalid Tag 12
17.2 Changing the Buzzer Level
When this option is selected, the keypad will allow you to scroll through 21 different buzzer levels.
A level of 00 disables the buzzer.
1. Press [

][6] [Master Code].
2. Use the [] buttons to scroll to Buzzer Control, then press [

] to select.
3. There are 21 levels; use the [] buttons to scroll to the desired level. Press [#] to exit.
17.3 Viewing the Event Buffer
The event buffer will show you a list of the last 500 events that have occurred on your system.
1. Press [

][6][Master Code].
2. To select Event Buffer viewing, press [

].
3. The keypad will display the event number and the time and date. Press [

] to switch between this
information and the event details.
4. Use the [] buttons to scroll through the events in the buffer.
5. To exit event buffer viewing, press [#].
18. Changing SMS Phone Numbers
This section tells you how to program your SMS phone numbers, see page 13 for more information
on SMS Notification.
1. Enter [

][6][Master Code] to enter the Master User Functions of the system.
2. Use the [] buttons to scroll to the SMS programming prompt.
3.
Press
[

]
to select the
SMS phone numbers or to see your panel’s cellular phone number.
The fol-
lowing message is displayed:

• To see your panel’s cellular phone number use the [] buttons to scroll to the following message.
Then press [

] to view the number.
4.
Press
[

]
to select Phone No. 1.
The following 26-digit phone number screen is shown.
5. Program a new phone number or delete an existing phone number as follows:

To Enter a new telephone number
(e.g., 4168889999), enter your numbers starting at the first F
(after the D), see below.


To Delete an existing phone number
, replace the letter D with an F by pressing
[

][6][

]
and then
press [#] to exit. This will delete the phone number.


6. Use the [] buttons to scroll to another telephone number to be programmed.
7. Repeat from Step 4 to enter more phone numbers. To exit the process at anytime, press [#].
Select Option <>
SMS Programming
Press (

) for <>
Phone No.1 P
“P” denotes whether the phone number has been
programmed.
Press (

) for <>
Cell Phone No.
Pressing [

] here shows your panel’s cellular tele-
phone number.
DFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFPH#X
X=1 to 8 to indicate the phone number screen
being programmed. (e.g., X=1 for Phone No. 1)
D4168889999FFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFPH#1
Do not delete the remaining F’s.
F4168889999FFFFF
FFFFFFFFFFFFPH#1 13
19. Late to Open
This feature allows a user to be notified if their alarm system is not disarmed by a programmed time
of day.
NOTE: The Late-to-Open feature requires the monitoring station to forward calls to the user. Verify with
the installer whether this function is active.
[9] Late-to-Open Enable/Disable

The
Late-to-Open feature
enables or disables the Late-to-Open time programmed in [0].
It is typically used to track children after school. For example, if the parents get home from work at
5p.m., and a child gets home at 4 p.m. The programmable timer could be set for 4:15 p.m. If the sys-
tem is not disarmed at this time an alert would be sent to the monitoring station.
The keypad will display “Late to Open is Enabled” and sound 3 beeps if [9] is pressed within the User
Functions menu when this feature is off. The LCD keypad will display “Late to Open is Disabled” and
sound an error tone if [9] is pressed within the User Functions menu when this feature is on.
[0] Late-to-Open Time of Day

This function is used to program the time setting enabled in [9]. This function programs the “Late to
Open” time of day for all 7 days of the week.
• Valid entries for these sections are 00:00 – 23:59.
• Entering 99:99 will disable the “Late to Open” feature for the current day.
• After entering [

][6]
[Master Code][0], beeps will be sounded and “Press (

) for < > Sunday” will
be displayed on the keypad.
• Pressing the right scroll
[>]
button displays the days of the week, from Sunday to Saturday. While
in the Late to Open menu, entering keys 1-7 will also select each day from Sunday to Saturday,
respectively.
•If [

] is pressed to select a day of the week, no beeps will be sounded and “Set 24hr Time”, “Enter
HH:MM 9999” will be displayed. If [#] is pressed from this menu, the user will be returned to the
previous Late to Open menu.
• If the Alarm System is armed in any mode when the late to open time matches the time of day, Late
to Open will be logged to the event buffer and communicated to the monitoring station.
20. SMS (Short Message Service) Notification
SMS Notification
occurs when the control panel sends a text message to the user for each system
event that occurs. These text messages are limited to 32 characters.
Interactive SMS
allows the user to send a text message (in one of 28 languages, depending on
SMS Interactive language selection) to the control panel and perform a set of functions on the panel.
There are 12 pre-defined text message commands available that the user can send to the control
panel. Please refer to the SMS Reference Card to find the text used for other languages.
20.1 The SMS Notification Sequence
The panel will send an SMS notification for every event that the panel can communicate. SMS noti-
fication messages are programmed by your installer from the keypad or by using DLS IV. Text mes-
sages can be programmed in the language of your choice. There are 8 SMS phone numbers available
to support SMS messages. An SMS phone number can be changed using [

][6][Master Code]. Refer
to the Changing SMS Phone Numbers section for detailed instructions.
20.2 SMS Remote Access Connection Sequence
This feature allows you to control your security system remotely via SMS.
1. Determine which action to perform remotely on the panel. Please refer to the SMS Reference
card for details on how to enter the text required. All SMS remote access functions require an
access code, with the exception of the help function. The following list is an example of the func-
tions available.
Function Text
• stay arm
• activate command output 1
• alarm memory request
• away arm
• activate command output 2
• keypad message
• disarm
• deactivate command output 1
• help list of available commands
• bypass
• deactivate command output 2
• unbypass
• status request 14
NOTE: The default text (see SMS Reference card) used to perform each action can be changed for you by
your installer.
2. Compose an SMS message that consists of the function text, a space, and your 4-digit or 6-digit
access code (e.g., “stay arm 2234”) then send it to your panel’s cellular phone number
.
3. The panel matches the incoming phone number to one of the phone numbers in its SMS Phone
number list.
4. The panel verifies the contents of the SMS message and performs the action.
5. When the action is completed, the panel sends you an SMS message containing “function suc-
cessful.” If the function or access code is invalid, you will receive an SMS notification.
6. Entering 5 invalid access codes causes a system lockout. You will receive a message that the func-
tion failed. You must wait one hour before using SMS remote access again.
20.3 On-board LCD Display SMS Messages
In addition to function commands, you can also send general SMS messages to your keypad display
from your mobile phone using the “keypad message” function command. A 10-second steady tone
will sound when your message appears on the keypad display. This message is displayed until you
press any button to clear. The number of key presses required to remove the message is programmed
by your installer. To send a message to your keypad display:
1. Enter “keypad message1”
.
2. Send to your panel’s cellular telephone number.
NOTE: The keypad can display a maximum of 32 characters.
21. Two-Way Wireless Key (WT4989)
The two-way wireless key communicates directly with the control panel, performing many of the
functions that a wireless keypad performs. Please refer to the WT4989/8989 operating instructions
for more information.
The WT4989 has 4 function keys programmable for 6 functions each, an LCD icon display that can
display system status using a combination of 7 icons and an internal buzzer. Unless custom pro-
grammed by your installer, the functions are as follows:
21.1 Function Keys
21.2 WT4989 Status Display Icons
The table below summarizes the status that can be shown by the WT4989 LCD:
Status Request - Press this button for 1 second to view the control panel system status via
the LCD display icons.
Stay Arming - Press to arm your system in Stay mode. All perimeter zones are active but
interior zones remain inactive.
Away Arming - Press to arm your system. Interior and exterior zones will be armed.
Disarm - Press to disarm your system.
Panic Alarm - Press & hold for 3 seconds to create a panic alarm on the security system
.
*Command Output 1 - Press & hold both buttons at the same time for 3 seconds to activate
the assigned output.
*Command Output 2 - Press & hold both buttons at the same time for 3 seconds to activate
the assigned output.
ICON (S=Steady, F=Flashing)
(S) System Trouble
(S)
Alarm in Memory
(F) Keylock Enable
(F) Active Alarm
(S) Disarmed
(F) [

][9] Armed - Away
(S) A
way - Armed
(F) [

][9] Armed - Stay
(S) Stay - Armed
(F)

[

][9]

Armed - Night
(S)
Night - Armed
(S) Low Battery
(F) Critical Low Battery 15
21.3 Buzzer
Provides an audible confirmation of a pressed button or that a command to the panel has been exe-
cuted.
21.4 Keylock Mode
Ensures that the system is not accidently armed or disarmed by the wireless key.
To lock the keys:
1. Press and hold the Status
and Away

keys simultaneously for 3 seconds.
2. After 3 seconds, the wireless key will beep and flash the keylock icon (

) to indicate that the
keys are locked.
To unlock the keys:
1. Press and hold the Status
and Away

keys simultaneously for 3 seconds.
NOTE: Pressing the Panic

key for 3 seconds will also exit Keylock mode.
2. Upon exiting Keylock mode, the status will be automatically displayed.
22. Testing Your System
NOTE: Inform your Monitoring Station when you begin and end system testing.
Household fire alarm systems shall be tested by a qualified service technician at least every 3 years
in accordance with NFPA72. It is the user’s responsibility to test the system weekly (excluding
smoke detectors). Ensure you follow all the steps in the two tests below.
NOTE: Should the system fail to function properly, call your installer immediately for service.
22.1 Siren and Keypad Display Test
The test activates all display pixels and indicator lights on the keypad and does a 4-second check of
the siren.
1. Press [

][6][Master Code][4]. The following will occur:
- The system activates the siren output for 2 seconds followed by full volume alarm for 2 seconds.
All display lights and LCD pixels will turn on.
- The Ready, Armed, Trouble and Power LED’s will flash for the duration of the test.
2. To exit the function menu, press [#].
Keypad Low Battery
The flashing trouble icon
on a keypad will indicate
that keypad has a low battery.
WT5500 Keypad Battery Replacement
1. Slide the keypad up and out from the mounting
plate/desk stand (removing the screws first if
required). The battery compartment is open and vis-
ible at the back of the keypad.
2. Insert the 4 AA batteries as directed on the back of
the keypad. Ensure the correct polarity is observed.
3. Slide the keypad back onto the mounting plate /
desk stand.
WT4901 Siren Battery Test
To determine which siren has a low battery, press and hold the Test button, located at the front of the
siren, for 5 seconds.
• If the siren sounds for 4 seconds, the batteries are good.
• If the siren doesn’t sound, the batteries are low.
WT4901 Siren Battery Replacement
• Open the front cover and remove old batteries. Once the old batteries are removed, wait 30 seconds
before inserting the replacement batteries.
• Install new batteries as shown in the polarity indicated. If the batteries are installed incorrectly, in
the reverse polarity, the indoor siren will not work. With typical use, the WT4901 batteries should
be replaced every 2 years.
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Mounting
Holes
Mounting
Holes
Batteries
Plug
Wire
Channel
Tamper
Switch 16
NOTE: Only use Energizer (4) 1.5V AA alkaline batteries (WT5500, WT4901).
DO NOT RECHARGE THESE BATTERIES. DISPOSAL OF USED BATTERIES MUST BE MADE IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE WASTE RECOVERY AND RECYCLING REGULATIONS IN YOUR AREA.
22.2 Walk Test
Walk Test mode allows you to test the operation of each detector in the system. While in Walk Test
mode, the Ready, Armed, and Trouble LED's will flash to indicate that the Walk Test is active. The
Walk Test can be terminated at anytime by re-entering [

][6][Master Code][8] on the keypad. The
system will also automatically terminate the Walk Test on completion; it will sound an audible warn-
ing (5 beeps every 10 seconds), beginning 5 minutes before the termination of the test.
1. Before testing, ensure that the system is disarmed and the Ready light is on.
2. Press [#] and close all zones to return the system to the Ready state.
3. Perform a System Test by following the steps in the previous section.
4. Press [

][6][Master Code][8] to initiate the Walk Test.
5. To test the zones, activate each detector in turn (e.g., open each door/window or walk in motion
detector areas). The System will display the following message “Secure System Before Arming <
>”, or “Secure or Arm System” when each zone (detector) is activated. Use the [] buttons to
view which zones are open. The message will disappear when the zones are closed.
22.3 Allowing Computer Access to your System
Occasionally, your installer may need to send information to or retrieve information from your secu-
rity system. Your installer will do this by having a computer call your system. You may need to pre-
pare your system to receive this downloading call.
To do this: Press [

][6][Master Code][5] at the keypad. This allows downloading for a limited period
of time. During this time, the system will answer incoming downloading calls. For more information
on this feature, please ask your installer. 17
23. Reference Sheets
Fill out the following information for future reference and store this guide in a safe place.
System Information
Enabled?

FIRE

AUXILIARY

PANIC
For Service

Central Station Information:
Account#: ___________________ Telephone#: __________________
Installer Information:
Company: ___________________ Telephone#: __________________
If you suspect a false alarm signal has been sent to the central monitoring station, call the
station to avoid an unnecessary response.
Battery Installation / Service Dates:
________________________
________________________
________________________
23.1 Access Codes
Master Code [40]: ______________________ Proximity Tag:

Code
Wireless
Key
Prox
Tag
Access Code
Code
Wireless
Key
Prox
Tag
Access Code
01

09

02

10

03

11

04

12

05

13

06

14

07

15

08

16

The Entry Delay Time is _______ seconds.
The Exit Delay Time is _______ seconds. 18
23.2 Sensor / Zone Information
23.3 SMS Telephone Numbers
Site Identification Message:
___________________________________
Panel’s Cellular Phone Number:
___________________________________
Sensor
Protected Area
Sensor Type
Sensor
Protected Area
Sensor Type
01
33
02
34
03
35
04
36
05
37
06
38
07
39
08
40
09
41
10
42
11
43
12
44
13
45
14
46
15
47
16
48
17
49
18
50
19
51
20
52
21
53
22
54
23
55
24
56
25
57
26
58
27
59
28
60
29
61
30
62
31
63
32
64
#
SMS
Phone Number
#
SMS
Phone Number
01

05

02

06

03

07

04

08
19
24. Keypad Quick Guide
The following table summarizes the keys, indicators, and most often used commands of the keypad.
Keypad Keys, Indicators, and Commands
Status Lights
Ready
- Must be on to arm /set the system. All zones must be secured or bypassed and the system dis-
armed for this light to activate.
Armed
- Indicates system is armed/set. If the Ready light and the Armed light are both on it indicates an
Exit Delay is in progress.
Trouble
- On indicates a system malfunction or tamper. Flashing indicates that the keypad has a low
battery condition. Follow the instructions displayed or enter
[

][2]
to view trouble. The Trouble light
will turn off when the trouble is corrected.
AC Power
- Indicates AC Power is present. The AC Power light will turn off when AC is absent.
Function Keys
Stay
Arms the system in Stay Mode.
Away
Arms the system in Away Mode (default).
Bypass
Same as pressing
[

][1]
on the keypad.
Chime
Same as pressing
[

][4]
on the keypad.
Exit
Same as pressing
[

][0]
on the keypad.
Special Keys
Language Selection - Press and hold both buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds to activate. Scroll to the
desired language. Press
[

]
to select choice.
Fire - Press and hold both buttons for 2 seconds to activate.
These keys must be pro-
grammed by the installer
to function.
Auxiliary - Press and hold both buttons for 2 seconds to activate.
Panic - Press and hold both buttons for 2 seconds to activate.
User Commands
Press
[

]
to select. Press [] to scroll. Press [#] to exit.
PRESS...
To ...
Bypass Zones
Press [0][0]
Clear Bypass
Press [9][9]
Bypass Recall
Press [9][5]
Save Bypass
Press [9][1]
Recall Save
View System Troubles
Scroll to view all troubles
View Alarms in Memory
Scroll to view alarms
Chime ON/OFF
Turn chime on and off 20
25. Guidelines for Locating Smoke & CO Detectors
The following information is for general guidance only and it is recommended that local fire codes
and regulations be consulted when locating and installing smoke alarms and CO Alarms:
Smoke Detectors
Research has shown that all hostile fires in homes generate smoke to a greater or lesser extent.
Experiments with typical fires in homes indicate that detectable quantities of smoke precede detect-
able levels of heat in most cases. For these reasons, smoke alarms should be installed outside of each
sleeping area and on each storey of the home.
The following information is for general guidance only and it is recommended that local fire codes
and regulations be consulted when locating and installing smoke alarms.
It is recommended that additional smoke alarms beyond those required for minimum protection be
installed. Additional areas that should be protected include: the basement; bedrooms, especially
where smokers sleep; dining rooms; furnace and utility rooms; and any hallways not protected by the
required units.
On smooth ceilings, detectors may be spaced 9.1m (30 feet) apart as a guide. Other spacing may be
required depending on ceiling height, air movement, the presence of joists, uninsulated ceilings, etc.
Consult National Fire Alarm Code NFPA 72, CAN/ULC-S553-02 or other appropriate national stan-
dards for installation recommendations.
• Do not locate smoke detectors at the top of peaked or gabled ceilings; the dead air space in these
locations may prevent the unit from detecting smoke.
• Avoid areas with turbulent air flow, such as near doors, fans or windows. Rapid air movement
around the detector may prevent smoke from entering the unit.
• Do not locate detectors in areas of high humidity.
• Do not locate detectors in areas where the temperature rises above 38
o
C

(100
o
F) or falls below 5
o
C
(41
o
F).
Program User Codes
Change Attributes
Press []buttons to scroll to user code. Enter
[Master Code][9][xx] to enter the user code (xx = 1-16).
[1] Supervisor’s Code
[2] Duress Code
[3] Zone Bypassing
[4] Remote Access
[5]-[6] Future Use
[7] Bell/Siren Squawk Output
[8] One Time Use Code
User Commands
User Options
Event Buffer
System Test
Time and Date
System Service/DLS
User Call-up
Walk Test
Brightness Control
Buzzer Level Control
SMS Phone Numbers
Contrast Control
Late to Open
PGM Commands
If programmed by the installer, can be used to activate events such as
opening/closing garage doors.
Installer Programming
Requires a special code.
No-Entry Arming
The system will arm in Stay mode after the exit delay expires, the entry
delay is disabled.
Quick Arm/Quick Exit
Quick Arm is equivalent to entering your user code.
Quick Exit allows you to exit the premises without disarming the system.
Keypad Keys, Indicators, and Commands (Continued) 21
Smoke detectors should always be installed in USA in accordance with Chapter 11 of NFPA 72, the
National Fire Alarm Code: 11.5.1.1 Where required by applicable laws, codes, or standards for a
specific type of occupancy, approved single- and multiple-station smoke alarms shall be installed as
follows:
(1) In all sleeping rooms and guest rooms.
(2) Outside of each separate dwelling unit sleeping area,
within 6.4 m (21 ft) of any door to a sleeping room, the
distance measured along a path of travel.
(3)
On every level of a dwelling unit, including basements.

(4) On every level of a residential board and care occu-
pancy (small facility), including basements and excluding
crawl spaces and unfinished attics.
(5) In the living area(s) of a guest suite.
(6) In the living area(s) of a residential board and care
occupancy (small facility).
Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and very toxic.
Carbon monoxide gas moves freely in the air. The human body is
most vulnerable to the effects of CO gas during sleeping hours.
For maximum protection, a CO alarm should be located outside
primary sleeping areas or on each level of your home. Figure 5
indicates the suggested locations in the home. The electronic sen-
sor detects carbon monoxide, measures the concentration and
sounds a loud alarm before a potentially harmful level is reached.
Do NOT place the CO alarm in the following areas:

Where the temperature may drop below -10°C or exceed 40°C

Near paint thinner fumes

Within 5 feet (1.5 meter) of open flame appliances such as furnaces, stoves and fireplaces

In exhaust streams from gas engines, vents, flues or chimneys

In close proximity to an automobile exhaust pipe; this will damage the detector
PLEASE REFER TO THE CO DETECTOR INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTION SHEET
FOR SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND EMERGENCY INFORMATION.
26. Household Fire Safety Audit
Read this section carefully for important information about fire safety.
Most fires occur in the home. To minimize this danger, we recommend that a household fire safety
audit be conducted and a fire escape plan be developed.
1. Are all electrical appliances and outlets in a safe condition? Check for frayed cords, overloaded
lighting circuits, etc. If you are uncertain about the condition of your electrical appliances or
household service, have a professional evaluate these units.
2. Are all flammable liquids stored safely in closed containers in a well-ventilated cool area? Clean-
ing with flammable liquids should be avoided.
3. Are fire-hazardous materials (e.g., matches) well out of reach of children?
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3a
Figure 4
Figure 3
GROUND
FLOOR
BASEMENT
KITCHEN
GARAGE
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
BEDROOM
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
Figure 5 22
4. Are furnaces and wood-burning appliances properly installed, clean and in good working order?
Have a professional evaluate these appliances.
27. Fire Escape Planning
There is often very little time between the detection of a fire and the time it becomes deadly. It is
thus very important that a family escape plan be developed and rehearsed.
1. Every family member should participate in developing the escape plan.
2. Study the possible escape routes from each location within the house. Since many fires occur at
night, special attention should be given to the escape routes from sleeping quarters.
3. Escape from a bedroom must be possible without opening the interior door.
NOTE: Consider the following when making your escape plans:
• Make sure that all border doors and windows are easily opened. Ensure that they are not painted
shut, and that their locking mechanisms operate smoothly.
• If opening or using the exit is too difficult for children, the elderly or handicapped, plans for rescue
should be developed. This includes making sure that those who are to perform the rescue can
promptly hear the fire warning signal.
• If the exit is above the ground level, an approved fire ladder or rope should be provided as well as
training in its use.
• Exits on the ground level should be kept clear. Be sure to remove snow from exterior patio doors
in winter; outdoor furniture or equipment should not block exits.
• Each person should know of a predetermined assembly point where everyone can be accounted
for (e.g. across the street or at a neighbor’s house). Once everyone is out of the building, call the
Fire Department.
• A good plan emphasizes quick escape. Do not investigate or attempt to fight the fire, and do not
gather belongings as this can waste valuable time. Once outside, do not re-enter the house. Wait
for the fire department.
• Write the fire escape plan down and rehearse it frequently so that should an emergency arise,
everyone will know what to do. Revise the plan as conditions change, such as the number of peo-
ple in the home, or if there are changes to the building’s construction.
• Make sure your fire warning system is operational by conducting weekly tests. If you are unsure
about system operation, contact your installer.
• We recommend that you contact your local fire department and request further information on fire
safety and escape planning. If available, have your local fire prevention officer conduct an in-
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CUSTOMERS, AND INJURY TO PROPERTY.
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but not limited to, criminal tampering or electrical disruption, it is
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Note to Installers
This warning contains vital information. As the only individual in contact
with system users, it is your responsibility to bring each item in this warn-
ing to the attention of the users of this system.
System Failures
This system has been carefully designed to be as effective as possible.
There are circumstances, however, involving fire, burglary, or other types
of emergencies where it may not provide protection. Any alarm system of
any type may be compromised deliberately or may fail to operate as
expected for a variety of reasons. Some but not all of these reasons may
be:

Inadequate Installation
A security system must be installed properly in order to provide adequate
protection. Every installation should be evaluated by a security profes-
sional to ensure that all access points and areas are covered. Locks and
latches on windows and doors must be secure and operate as intended.
Windows, doors, walls, ceilings and other building materials must be of
sufficient strength and construction to provide the level of protection
expected. A reevaluation must be done during and after any construction
activity. An evaluation by the fire and/or police department is highly rec-
ommended if this service is available.

Criminal Knowledge
This system contains security features which were known to be effective
at the time of manufacture. It is possible for persons with criminal intent
to develop techniques which reduce the effectiveness of these features. It
is important that a security system be reviewed periodically to ensure that
its features remain effective and that it be updated or replaced if it is found
that it does not provide the protection expected.

Access by Intruders
Intruders may enter through an unprotected access point, circumvent a
sensing device, evade detection by moving through an area of insufficient
coverage, disconnect a warning device, or interfere with or prevent the
proper operation of the system.

Power Failure
Control units, intrusion detectors, smoke detectors and many other secu-
rity devices require an adequate power supply for proper operation. If a
device operates from batteries, it is possible for the batteries to fail. Even
if the batteries have not failed, they must be charged, in good condition
and installed correctly. If a device operates only by AC power, any inter-
ruption, however brief, will render that device inoperative while it does
not have power. Power interruptions of any length are often accompanied
by voltage fluctuations which may damage electronic equipment such as a
security system. After a power interruption has occurred, immediately
conduct a complete system test to ensure that the system operates as
intended.

Failure of Replaceable Batteries
This system’s wireless transmitters have been designed to provide several
years of battery life under normal conditions. The expected battery life is a
function of the device environment, usage and type. Ambient conditions
such as high humidity, high or low temperatures, or large temperature
fluctuations may reduce the expected battery life. While each transmitting
device has a low battery monitor which identifies when the batteries need
to be replaced, this monitor may fail to operate as expected. Regular test-
ing and maintenance will keep the system in good operating condition.

Compromise of Radio Frequency (Wireless) Devices
Signals may not reach the receiver under all circumstances which could
include metal objects placed on or near the radio path or deliberate jam-
ming or other inadvertent radio signal interference.

System Users
A user may not be able to operate a panic or emergency switch possibly
due to permanent or temporary physical disability, inability to reach the
device in time, or unfamiliarity with the correct operation. It is important
that all system users be trained in the correct operation of the alarm sys-
tem and that they know how to respond when the system indicates an
alarm.

Smoke Detectors
Smoke detectors that are a part of this system may not properly alert occu-
pants of a fire for a number of reasons, some of which follow. The smoke
detectors may have been improperly installed or positioned. Smoke may
not be able to reach the smoke detectors, such as when the fire is in a
chimney, walls or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke
detectors may not detect smoke from fires on another level of the resi-
dence or building.
Every fire is different in the amount of smoke produced and the rate of
burning. Smoke detectors cannot sense all types of fires equally well.
Smoke detectors may not provide timely warning of fires caused by care-
lessness or safety hazards such as smoking in bed, violent explosions,
escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded elec-
trical circuits, children playing with matches or arson.
Even if the smoke detector operates as intended, there may be circum-
stances when there is insufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape
in time to avoid injury or death.

Motion Detectors
Motion detectors can only detect motion within the designated areas as
shown in their respective installation instructions. They cannot discrimi-
nate between intruders and intended occupants. Motion detectors do not
provide volumetric area protection. They have multiple beams of detec-
tion and motion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by
these beams. They cannot detect motion which occurs behind walls, ceil-
ings, floor, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors or windows. Any
type of tampering whether intentional or unintentional such as masking,
painting, or spraying of any material on the lenses, mirrors, windows or
any other part of the detection system will impair its proper operation.
Passive infrared motion detectors operate by sensing changes in tempera-
ture. However their effectiveness can be reduced when the ambient tem-
perature rises near or above body temperature or if there are intentional or
unintentional sources of heat in or near the detection area. Some of these
heat sources could be heaters, radiators, stoves, barbecues, fireplaces, sun-
light, steam vents, lighting and so on.

Warning Devices
Warning devices such as sirens, bells, horns, or strobes may not warn peo-
ple or waken someone sleeping if there is an intervening wall or door. If
warning devices are located on a different level of the residence or prem-
ise, then it is less likely that the occupants will be alerted or awakened.
Audible warning devices may be interfered with by other noise sources
such as stereos, radios, televisions, air conditioners or other appliances, or
passing traffic. Audible warning devices, however loud, may not be heard
by a hearing-impaired person.

Telephone Lines
If telephone lines are used to transmit alarms, they may be out of service
or busy for certain periods of time. Also an intruder may cut the telephone
line or defeat its operation by more sophisticated means which may be dif-
ficult to detect.

Insufficient Time
There may be circumstances when the system will operate as intended, yet
the occupants will not be protected from the emergency due to their
inability to respond to the warnings in a timely manner. If the system is
monitored, the response may not occur in time to protect the occupants or
their belongings.

Component Failure
Although every effort has been made to make this system as reliable as
possible, the system may fail to function as intended due to the failure of a
component.

Inadequate Testing
Most problems that would prevent an alarm system from operating as
intended can be found by regular testing and maintenance. The complete
system should be tested weekly and immediately after a break-in, an
attempted break-in, a fire, a storm, an earthquake, an accident, or any kind
of construction activity inside or outside the premises. The testing should
include all sensing devices, keypads, consoles, alarm indicating devices
and any other operational devices that are part of the system.

Security and Insurance
Regardless of its capabilities, an alarm system is not a substitute for prop-
erty or life insurance. An alarm system also is not a substitute for property
owners, renters, or other occupants to act prudently to prevent or mini-
mize the harmful effects of an emergency situation.
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