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TL880LT
Dual
Path
Controller
TL880LE Dual
Path
Controller
WARNING:
This
manual
contains
information
on
limitations
regarding
product
use
and
function
and
inform
-
ation
on
the
limitations
as
to
liability
of
the
manufacturer.
The
entire
manual
should
be
carefully
read.
-
1
- -
2
-
Introduction
5
Features
5
Communicator
ratings
6
Communicator
compatibility
6
UL Installation
Requirements
6
Installation
7
Tools
and
supplies
required
7
Step
1:
Enable
module
8
Step
2:
Connect
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
8
Step
3:
Verify
installer
code
to
activate
Alarm.com
module
9
Step
4:
Perform
dual-
path
test
(module
registration)
9
Step
5:
Allow
module
to
auto-
program
10
Panel
settings
10
Troubleshooting
13
Module
status
information
13
Troubleshooting
LEDs
13
Various
module
states
(modes)
16
Improving
wireless
signal
strength
16
Walking
the
customer
through
new
user
setup
on
the
web
17
Interactive
Service
Menu
18
Interactive
menus
18
Installer
programming
18
User
functions
18
Limited
Warranty
20
End
User
License
Agreement
20
Regulatory
Information
22 W
ARNING
:
I
NSTALLER
P
LEASE
R
EAD
C
AREFULLY
Note
to
installers
The
warnings
on
this
page
contain
vital
information.
As
the
only
individual
in
contact
with
system
users,
it
is
the
installer’s
responsibility
to
bring
each
item
in
this
warning
to
the
attention
of
all
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
the
reasons
may
be:
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.
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.
Compromise
of
radio
frequency
(Wireless)
A
device's
signals
may
not
reach
the
receiver
under
all
circumstances,
which
could
include:
metal
objects
placed
on
or
near
the
radio
path,
delib
-
erate
jamming
or
other
inadvertent
radio
signal
interference.
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
your
security
system
be
reviewed
periodically
to
ensure
that
its
features
remain
effective
and
that
it
is
updated
or
replaced
if
it
is
found
that
it
does
not
provide
the
protection
expected.
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
testing
and
maintenance
will
keep
the
system
in
good
operating
con
-
dition.
Inadequate
installation
A
security
system
must
be
installed
properly
in
order
to
provide
adequate
protection.
Every
installation
should
be
evaluated
by
a
security
pro
-
fessional
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
expec
-
ted.
A
reevaluation
must
be
done
during
and
after
any
construction
activity.
An
evaluation
by
the
fire
and/or
police
department
is
highly
recom
-
mended
if
this
service
is
available.
Inadequate
testing
Most
problems
that
would
prevent
an
alarm
system
from
operating
as
intended
can
be
found
by
regular
testing
and
maintenance.
The
complete
sys
-
tem
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.
Insufficient
time
There
may
be
circumstances
when
the
system
will
operate
as
intended,
yet
the
occupants
will
not
be
protected
from
an
emergency
due
to
their
inability
to
respond
to
the
warnings
in
a
timely
manner.
If
the
system
is
remotely
monitored,
the
response
may
not
occur
in
time
to
protect
the
occu
-
pants
or
their
belongings.
Motion
detectors
Motion
detectors
can
only
detect
motion
within
the
designated
areas
as
shown
in
their
respective
installation
instructions.
They
cannot
discriminate
between
intruders
and
intended
occupants.
Motion
detectors
do
not
provide
volumetric
area
protection.
They
have
multiple
beams
of
detection
and
motion
can
only
be
detected
in
unobstructed
areas
covered
by
these
beams.
They
cannot
detect
motion
which
occurs
behind
walls,
ceilings,
floors,
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
temperature.
However
their
effectiveness
can
be
reduced
when
the
ambient
temperature
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,
sunlight,
steam
vents,
lighting
and
so
on.
Power
failure
Control
units,
intrusion
detectors,
smoke
detectors
and
many
other
security
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
interruption,
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.
-
3
- -
4
-
Security
and
insurance
Regardless
of
its
capabilities,
an
alarm
system
is
not
a
substitute
for
property
or
life
insurance.
An
alarm
system
also
is
not
a
substitute
for
property
owners,
renters,
or
other
occupants
to
act
prudently
to
prevent
or
minimize
the
harmful
effects
of
an
emergency
situation.
Smoke
detectors
Smoke
detectors
that
are
a
part
of
this
system
may
not
properly
alert
occupants
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
res
-
idence
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
carelessness
or
safety
hazards
such
as
smoking
in
bed,
violent
explosions,
escaping
gas,
improper
storage
of
flammable
materials,
overloaded
electrical
circuits,
children
playing
with
matches,
or
arson.
Even
if
the
smoke
detector
operates
as
intended,
there
may
be
circumstances
when
there
is
insufficient
warning
to
allow
all
occupants
to
escape
in
time
to
avoid
injury
or
death.
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
tele
-
phone
line
or
defeat
its
operation
by
more
sophisticated
means
which
may
be
difficult
to
detect.
Warning
devices
Warning
devices
such
as
sirens,
bells,
horns,
or
strobes
may
not
warn
people
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
premise,
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,
other
appliances,
or
passing
traffic.
Audible
warning
devices,
however
loud,
may
not
be
heard
by
a
hearing-
impaired
person.
IMPORTANT
This
installation
manual
shall
be
used
in
conjunction
with
the
control
panel
installation
manual
available
online
from
the
DSC
website
at
www.dsc.com.
All
the
safety
instructions
specified
within
that
manual
shall
be
observed.
The
control
panel
is
referenced
as
the
“panel”
throughout
this
document.
This
installation
guide
provides
the
basic
wiring,
programming
and
troubleshooting
information.
The
alarm
communicator
is
a
fixed,
wall-
mounted
unit,
and
shall
be
installed
in
the
location
specified
in
these
instructions.
The
equipment
enclosure
must
be
fully
assembled
and
closed,
with
all
the
necessary
screws/tabs,
and
secured
to
a
wall
before
operation.
Internal
wiring
must
be
routed
in
a
manner
that
prevents:
l
Excessive
strain
on
wire
and
on
terminal
connections.
l
Interference
between
power
limited
and
non
power
limited
wiring.
l
Loosening
of
terminal
connections.
l
Damage
to
the
conductor
insulation.
Safety
information
The
installer
must
instruct
the
system
user
on
each
of
the
following:
l
Do
not
attempt
to
service
this
product.
Opening
or
removing
covers
may
expose
the
user
to
dangerous
voltages
or
other
risks.
l
Any
servicing
shall
be
referred
to
skilled
persons
only.
l
Use
authorized
accessories
only
with
this
equipment.
l
Do
not
stay
close
to
the
equipment
during
device
operation.
l
Do
not
touch
the
external
antenna.
Safety
instructions
for
skilled
workers
Warning:
When
using
equipment
connected
to
the
telephone
network,
always
follow
the
basic
safety
instructions
provided
with
this
product.
Save
these
instructions
for
future
reference.
Follow
all
WARNINGS
AND
INSTRUCTIONS
specified
within
the
manual
of
the
alarm
controller.
Do
NOT
connect
this
equipment
to
electrical
outlets
controlled
by
wall
switches
or
automatic
timers.
AVOID
installing
equipment
near
heaters,
air
conditioners,
ventilators,
and
refrigerators.
AVOID
locating
equipment
close
to
or
on
top
of
large
metal
objects,
for
example
wall
studs.
Safety
precautions
required
during
installation
NEVER
install
this
equipment
during
a
lightning
storm. Position
cables
so
that
accidents
cannot
occur.
This
equipment
must
be
installed
and
used
within
an
environment
that
provides
the
pollution
degree
max
2
and
over-
voltages
category
II
NONHAZARDOUS
LOCATIONS,
indoor
only.
The
equipment
is
designed
to
be
installed,
serviced
and/or
repaired
by
Skilled
Persons
only;
(skilled
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).
Before
installing/servicing,
DISCONNECT
the
power
and
the
telephone
line
of
the
alarm
controller.
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.
Introduction
This
guide
provides
installation
and
operating
instructions
for
the
Alarm.com
communicator
module.
The
fol
-
lowing
sections
offer
you
a
brief
overview
of
its
capabilities.
Some
capabilities
and
features
vary
based
on
the
Alarm.com
service
plan
selected.
Visit
www.alarm.com/Dealer
or
contact
Alarm.com
for
more
information.
Note:
The
Dual
Path
IP/LTE
module
is
available
in
the
model
TL880LT/TL880LE.
The
modules
TL880LT
and
TL880LE
contain
the
IP/Radio
subassembly
models
ADC-
620T
and
ADC-
620TE
respectively
and
the
PC-Link
to
RS422
conversion
interface.
The
module
is
compatible
only
with
NEO
Alarm
Control
Unit
models
HS2128,
HS2064,
HS2032
and
HS2016
software
versions
1.1
and
above.
The
TL880LT/TL880LE
Dual
Path
module
enables
wireless
reporting
of
all
alarms
and
other
system
events
from
the
DSC
Neo
control
panel
using
an
all-digital,
LTE
wireless
(cellular)
network
or
an
Ethernet
network.
The
module
can
be
used
as
the
primary
communication
path
for
all
alarm
signaling,
or
as
a
backup
to
a
tele
-
phone
connection
to
the
central
monitoring
station.
The
wireless
alarm
signaling
and
routing
service
is
operated
by
Alarm.com.
The
module
also
features
integrated
support
for
Alarm.com’s
home
automation
solution
with
built-in
Z-Wave
capabilities.
Note:
Alarm.com's
home
automation
solution
with
built-
in
Z-
Wave
capabilities
is
not
UL
evaluated.
Contact
information
For
additional
information
and
support
on
Alarm.com
modules,
initial
account
setup,
home
automation,
and
all
other
Alarm.com
products
and
services,
please
visit:
www.Alarm.com/dealer
or
contact
Alarm.com
technical
support
at:
1-
866-
834-
0470.
Features
l
128-
bit
AES
encryption
via
cellular
and
Internet.
l
Model
TL880LT
has
NIST
validation
certificate
number
4684.
l
Model
TL880LE
has
NIST validation
certificate
number
5100.
l
Back
up
or
primary
cellular
alarm
communication
and
Ethernet.
l
Remote
firmware
upgrade
via
cellular
or
Internet
using
Alarm.com
management
portal.
l
Full
event
reporting
to
central
station.
l
Cellular
periodic
test
transmission.
l
Integrated
call
routing.
l
Panel
remote
uploading/downloading
support
via
cellular
or
Internet.
l
PC-
LINK
connection.
l
Programmable
labels.
l
SIA
and
Contact
ID
(CID)
formats
supported.
l
Signal
strength
and
trouble
display
LEDs.
l
Subscriber
Identity
Module
(SIM)
card
included
with
communicator.
l
Supervision
heartbeats
over
Ethernet
path
or
over
the
Cellular
path,
when
the
Ethernet
path
is
known
to
be
-
5
- -
6
-
in
a
trouble
condition.
l
2-
way
audio
capable
when
used
with
audio
module
HSM2955
(R)
-
Refer
to
HSM2955
(R)
manual.
Communicator
ratings
Model
TL880LT
TL880LE
Power
supply
ratings
Input
Voltage
11.3V
-
12.5V
DC
(provided
by
compatible
DSC
NEO
control
panel)
Current
consumption
Standby
Current
(Average
Value)
150mA
Alarm
(Transmitting)
Current
(Peak
Value)
400mA
Cellular
Network
LTE
Verizon
LTE
AT&T/Telus
Operating
Frequency
700
/
AWS1700 MHz
1700/1900
AWS700/850
MHz
Environmental
specifications
Operating
Temperature
32°F
to
120°F
(0°C
to
49°C)
Storage
Temperature
-
34°C
to
60°C
Humidity
93% RH
non-
condensing
Mechanical
specifications
Dimensions
6"
x
8.9"
x
1.3"
Weight
365g
Communicator
compatibility
Communicator
Receiver/
Panel
Description
TL880LT
TL880LE
Receiver
l
Sur-
Gard
System
I-
IP
Receiver,
version
1.13+
l
Sur-
Gard
System
II
Receiver,
version
2.10+
l
Sur-
Gard
SG-
DRL3-
IP,
version
2.30+
(for
Sur-
Gard
System
III
Receiver)
l
Sur-
Gard
SG-
DRL4-
IP
version
1.20+
(for
Sur-
Gard
System
IV
Receiver)
l
Sur-
Gard
SG-
DRL5-
IP
version
1.00+
(for
Sur-
Gard
System
5
Receiver)
Panel
l
HS2016,
version
1.1+
l
HS2032,
version
1.1+
l
HS2064,
version
1.1+
l
HS2128,
version
1.1+
Note:
Enter
[*]
[8]
[Installer
Code]
[900]
[000]
at
keypad
to
view
the
panel
version
number.
Products
or
components
of
products,
which
perform
communications
functions
only
shall
comply
with
the
requirements
applicable
to
communications
equipment
as
specified
in
UL60950-
1,
Information
Technology
Equipment
-
Safety
-
Part
1:
General
Requirements.
Such
components
include,
but
are
not
limited
to:
hubs;
routers;
NIDs;
third-party
communications
service
providers;
DSL
modems;
and
cable
modems.
UL Installation
Requirements
Note:
For
equipment
used
at
the
protected
premises
and
intended
to
facilitate
IP communications
(hubs,
routers,
NIDs,
Digital
Subscriber
Line
(DSL),
cable
models),
24-
hour
back-
up
power
is
required.
Where
such
cannot
be
facilitated,
a
secondary
(back-
up)
communication
channel
is
required.
Domain
Name
Service
(DNS)
programming
is
not
permitted
in
UL1610
and
ULC-
S304
listed
sys
-
tems. I
NSTALLATION
Follow
these
guidelines
during
installation.
l
Before
affixing
the
communicator
to
a
wall,
verify
the
LTE
signal
level
at
the
installation
location.
On
a
keypad,
press
and
hold
the
5
key
for
2
seconds
to
view
the
LTE
signal
level.
An
installation
location
with
a
sustained
signal
level
of
two
or
more
bars
is
recommended.
l
When
using
panel
power
for
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
module,
do
not
exceed
the
panel's
maximum
rated
total
output
power.
Refer
to
the
specific
panel
installation
instructions
for
details.
Only
one
module
can
be
used
per
panel.
l
Do
not
mount
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
communicator
inside
of
the
metal
alarm
panel
enclosure.
Tools
and
supplies
required
You
will
need
the
following
tools
and
supplies:
l
Small
flat-
head
and
Phillips
screwdrivers
l
Screws
(included)
l
Antenna
(included)
l
16
pin
ribbon
cable
(included)
HS2016/2032/2064/2128

PCLINK_2
Alarm Controller Cabinet
TL880LT/TL880LE controller
A
B
D
C
-
7
-
Installation -
8
-
Installation
PCL-422
Mounted in Alarm Controller Cabinet
Controller Board
RX-
RX+
TX+
TX-
+12V
GND
+12V
GND
E
F
A
Red
wire
on
alarm
controller
PCLink2
Header
B
Antenna
access
ports
C
Ethernet
cable
D
Quad
cables
(100'
/
30m
maximum)
E
Red
wire
on
PCL-
422
PCLink
Header
F
LTE
Controller
Board
power
terminals.
Can
be
connected
to
power
supply
module
(HSM2204/2300).
Step
1:
Enable
module
For
the
Alarm.com
module
to
communicate
with
the
panel,
section
[382]
option
5
at
the
panel
must
be
set
to
ON.
This
section
is
OFF
by
default
and
must
be
enabled
for
the
system
to
function
properly.
This
should
be
done
before
connecting
the
PC-Link
cable
to
power
up
the
module
to
ensure
all
initialization
commands
are
processed
properly.
Step
2:
Connect
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
Caution:
Power
down
the
alarm
panel
by
removing
both
AC
and
the
battery
prior
to
connecting
the
TL880LT/TL880LE.
1:
Connect
data
bus
The
maximum
cable
length
permitted
for
the
data
bus
is
100ft/30m.
l
Connect
the
RX+
terminal
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
to
the
TX+
terminal
on
the
PCL-
422
l
Connect
the
RX-
terminal
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
to
the
TX-
terminal
on
the
PCL-
422
l
Connect
the
TX-
terminal
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
to
the
RX-
terminal
on
the
PCL-
422
l
Connect
the
TX+
terminal
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
to
the
RX+
terminal
on
the
PCL-
422 2:
Connect
power
The
maximum
cable
length
permitted
for
the
power
connection
is
100ft/30m.
l
Connect
the
GND
terminal
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
to
the
GND
terminal
on
the
PCL-
422
l
Connect
the
+12V
terminal
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
to
the
+12V
terminal
on
the
PCL-
422
3: Connect
the
PC-
Link
cable
Note:
To
ensure
correct
orientation,
refer
to
items
A
and
D
in
the
wiring
diagrams
for
the
proper
position
of
the
red
wire
on
the
PC-link
cable.
l
Connect
one
end
of
the
supplied
PC-Link
cable
to
the
PC-Link
header
on
the
PCL-422
l
Connect
the
other
end
of
the
PC-Link
cable
to
the
PC-
LINK_
2
header
on
the
alarm
panel
4:
Connect
Ethernet
(optional)
Note:
Refer
to
item
C
in
the
wiring
diagram
for
the
correct
placement
of
the
Ethernet
cable.
l
Connect
one
end
of
the
Ethernet
cable
to
the
Ethernet
port
on
the
communicator
l
Connect
the
other
end
of
the
Ethernet
cable
to
the
Ethernet
port
on
the
router
5:
Connect
remote
external
antennas
(optional)
Remote
external
antennas
are
available
for
the
TL880LT/LT880LE
if
there
is
inadequate
cellular
reception
at
the
preferred
mounting
location.
Contact
DSC
technical
support
for
antenna
options.
The
TL880LT/LT880LE
has
two
covered
access
ports
on
the
top
of
the
enclosure.
Remove
the
plastic
tab
cov
-
ering
the
desired
port
and
either
mount
the
antenna
on
the
enclosure
or
use
the
opening
to
pass
through
the
antenna
cable.
Note:
Due
to
the
curvature
of
the
enclosure,
the
plastic
port
covers
are
NOT
interchangeable.
Ensure
that
any
unused
ports
are
covered
with
their
original
plastic
tab.
Warning
:
The
external
antenna
must
be
installed
in
a
manner
to
prevent
end
users
from
accessing
any
con
-
ductive
part
of
the
anntena
or
antenna
cable
(i.e.,
recessed
mounting
or
equivalent).
6:
Power
up
Connect
panel
battery
and
AC
power.
Step
3:
Verify
installer
code
to
activate
Alarm.com
module
Alarms
and
other
signals
will
not
be
sent
to
Alarm.com
until
the
installer
code
is
verified.
To
activate
the
account,
perform
the
following
steps:
1.
Press
[*]
[8]
to
enter
Installer
Programming.
2.
Enter
the
installer
code.
3.
Press
[#]
to
exit
Installer
Programming.
To
remotely
activate
a
system
that
is
already
signaling,
perform
the
following
steps:
1.
Go
to
www.alarm.com/dealer.
2.
Go
to
the
customer's
account.
3.
Select
the
error
message
at
the
top
of
the
page.
4.
Enter
the
installer
code.
Step
4:
Perform
dual-
path
test
(module
registration)
To
initiate
module
communication
with
Alarm.com
and
the
cellular
network
for
the
first
time,
perform
a
“Dual-Path
phone
test”.
Note
that
the
test
can
also
be
used
at
any
time
by
the
installer
to
force
communication
with
Alarm.com.
To
test
the
cellular
path,
press
and
hold
[3]
for
two
seconds.
To
test
the
broadband
path,
-
9
-
Installation -
10
-
Installation
press
and
hold
[4]
for
two
seconds.
A
Dual-Path
test
can
also
be
completed
through
the
Interactive
Services
menu.
To
perform
the
Dual-
Path
test,
press
[*]
[6]
followed
by
the
master
code
and
[04].
The
panel
indicates
when
the
test
has
completed
by
activating
the
siren
output
on
medium
volume
for
2
seconds
followed
by
full
volume
for
2
seconds.
However,
if
the
test
was
initiated
via
the
[3]
or
[4]
key,
or
through
the
Interactive
Services
menu,
the
siren
will
not
sound.
All
display
lights
and
LCD
pixels
turn
on.
This
indicates
that
Alarm.com
has
received
and
acknowledged
the
signal.
This
does
not
guarantee
that
the
signal
went
through
to
a
central
station;
it
confirms
that
Alarm.com’s
Network
Operations
Center
received
the
signal.
The
central
station
should
be
contacted
directly
to
verify
that
the
signal
was
received
on
the
correct
account
and
that
the
central
station
routing
settings
have
been
set
up
correctly.
If
the
signal
does
not
go
through
to
the
cent
-
ral
station,
the
panel
displays
a
“Failure
to
Communicate”
message.
Double
check
the
account’s
central
station
Forwarding
Settings
on
Alarm.com
and
contact
technical
support
if
the
trouble
persists.
Step
5:
Allow
module
to
auto-
program
After
a
successful
dual-path
test,
wait
2
minutes
for
the
module
to
automatically
program
and
initialize
before
entering
the
Installer
Programming
menus.
Entering
Installer
Programming
during
module
initialization
will
cancel
the
process.
LCD
keypads
display
a
message
indicating
when
auto-
programming
is
occurring
and
when
it
has
completed.
During
the
auto-programming
session,
the
module
automatically
programs
panel
settings
required
for
proper
functionality
with
Alarm.com
as
noted
in
the
“Panel
Settings”
section.
Panel
settings
Central
station
and
telephone
line
settings
Central
Station
(CS)
and
telephone
line
settings
will
be
automatically
configured
through
the
CS
Forwarding
Settings
page
of
the
Alarm.com
Dealer
Site.
The
following
are
the
panel
settings
that
are
configured
through
the
Dealer
Site
page
(when
required)
and
should
not
be
configured
in
the
panel:
Section
Option
Description
015
7
Telephone
line
monitoring
300
[001]
-
-
Panel
Communication
Path
-
Receiver
1
300
[002]
-
-
Panel
Communication
Path
-
Receiver
2
300
[003]
-
-
Panel
Communication
Path
-
Receiver
3
300
[004]
-
-
Panel
Communication
Path
-
Receiver
4
301
[001]
-
-
Communication
telephone
number
1
301
[002]
-
-
Communication
telephone
number
2
301
[003]
-
-
Communication
telephone
number
3
301
[004]
-
-
Communication
telephone
number
4
309
[001]
-
-
System
Call
Direction
-
Maintenance
309
[002]
-
-
System
Call
Direction
-
Test
Transmission
310
[000]
-
-
System
account
number
310
[001]
-
-
Partition
1
account
number
310
[002]
-
-
Partition
2
account
number
310
[003]
-
-
Partition
3
account
number
310
[004]
-
-
Partition
4
account
number
310
[005]
-
-
Partition
5
account
number
310
[006]
-
-
Partition
6
account
number Section
Option
Description
310
[007]
-
-
Partition
7
account
number
310
[008]
-
-
Partition
8
account
number
311
[001]
-
-
Partition
1
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
311
[002]
-
-
Partition
1
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
311
[003]
-
-
Partition
1
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
312
[001]
-
-
Partition
2
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
312
[002]
-
-
Partition
2
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
312
[003]
-
-
Partition
2
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
313
[001]
-
-
Partition
3
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
313
[002]
-
-
Partition
3
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
313
[003]
-
-
Partition
3
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
314
[001]
-
-
Partition
4
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
314
[002]
-
-
Partition
4
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
314
[003]
-
-
Partition
4
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
315
[001]
-
-
Partition
5
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
315
[002]
-
-
Partition
5
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
315
[003]
-
-
Partition
5
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
316
[001]
-
-
Partition
6
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
316
[002]
-
-
Partition
6
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
316
[003]
-
-
Partition
6
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
317
[001]
-
-
Partition
7
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
317
[002]
-
-
Partition
7
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
317
[003]
-
-
Partition
7
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
318
[001]
-
-
Partition
8
Call
Direction
-
Alarm/Restore
318
[002]
-
-
Partition
8
Call
Direction
-
Tamper/Restore
318
[003]
-
-
Partition
8
Call
Direction
-
Opening/Closing
350
[001]
-
-
Receiver
1
communicator
format
350
[002]
-
-
Receiver
2
communicator
format
384
2
Communicator
backup
options
Notifications
The
following
panel
settings
may
alter
the
behavior
of
customer
notifications:
Section
Option
Description
015
4
If
this
option
is
ON,
keyfob
arming
notifications
will
not
be
associated
with
a
specific
user.
Panel
settings
changed
automatically
Some
panel
settings
are
changed
automatically
when
the
module
is
connected
to
the
control
panel.
These
set
-
tings
should
not
be
altered.
They
are:
-
11
-
Installation -
12
-
Installation
Section
Option
Value
Description
015
6
OFF
Master
code
is
not
changeable
and
must
be
OFF
to
ensure
the
module
communicates
the
correct
master
code.
017
6
OFF
Daylights
saving
time
must
be
disabled
to
ensure
panel
time
is
accurate.
019
6
Set
according
to
dealer's
Alarm.com
setting
Enables
Duress
Code
changes
from
Alarm.com.
024
5
OFF
Realtime
clock
must
be
disabled
to
ensure
panel
time
is
accurate.
377
Swinger
Shutdown
(Maintenance)
010
Swinger
Shutdown
for
maintenance
signals
must
be
set
to
010
to
ensure
trouble
notifications
can
be
sent.
377
AC
Failure
Communication
Delay
Random
value
between
001
and
030
AC
Failure
Communication
Delay
should
be
set
between
001
and
030
to
ensure
notifications
for
power
failures
are
received.
377
Wireless
Device
Low
Battery
Transmission
Delay
001
Wireless
Device
Low
Battery
Transmission
Delay
should
be
set
to
001
to
ensure
notifications
for
low
batteries
are
received.
380
1
ON
Communications
must
be
enabled
for
the
module
to
communicate
with
the
panel.
380
2
OFF
System
should
transmit
alarm
restores
immediately
when
the
zone
is
restored.
380
5
OFF
The
redundant
communications
method
must
be
set
as
backup.
382
6
OFF
AC
Failure
Transmission
Delay
should
be
in
minutes.
804
[sensor
#]
003
Five
minute
delay
[07]
High
Traffic
Shutdown
should
be
set
to
five
minutes
for
devices
being
used
with
Alarm.com's
Activity
Monitoring.
Note:
This
feature
may
reduce
the
battery
life
of
wireless
PIR
sensors.
In
order
to
avoid
this,
hardwired
PIR
sensors
may
be
used
instead.
Clock
The
TL880LT/TL880LE
module
sets
the
panel
clock
when
it
connects
to
Alarm.com
and
then
updates
it
every
18
hours.
It
is
important
to
select
the
correct
panel
time
zone
on
the
Alarm.com
website,
or
the
panel
time
will
not
be
accurate.
If
a
system
is
powered
up
before
the
customer
account
has
been
created,
the
time
zone
will
default
to
Eastern
Standard
Time. T
ROUBLESHOOTING
Module
status
information
Module
status
information
for
verifying
and
troubleshooting
the
module
connection
status
or
errors
can
be
found
through
the
Interactive
Services
menus.
To
access
these,
press
[
*
]
[
8
]
[
Installer
Code
]
[
851
].
See
the
fol
-
lowing
table
for
potential
module
states.
Status
Description
Idle
Most
common
state.
Module
is
not
actively
sending
data
and
no
errors
are
present.
Roaming
Roaming
on
partner
network.
SIM
Missing
The
SIM
card
is
missing.
PowerSave
Mode
AC
power
is
down.
Registering...
The
module
is
trying
to
register
on
the
LTE
network.
Connection
Error
The
module
is
registered
on
the
LTE
network
but
cannot
connect
with
Alarm.com.
Contact
Alarm.com
technical
support
for
more
information.
Radio
Error
Radio
portion
of
the
module
is
not
operating
correctly.
Power
cycle
the
panel
and
call
Alarm.com
technical
support
if
the
trouble
persists.
Server
Error
Identifies
a
server
error.
If
it
persists,
the
account
may
have
been
set
up
incorrectly.
Connected
Currently
connected
and
transmitting
information
to
the
Alarm.com
servers.
Connecting...
In
the
process
of
connecting
to
Alarm.com.
Updating...
Updating
signal
level.
In
addition,
some
of
the
information
can
be
retrieved
via
long
key
presses
from
the
keypad.
Press
and
hold
the
following
panel
keys
for
2
seconds
to
display
the
given
information
on
the
panel
display.
Most
messages
are
dis
-
played
for
less
than
30
seconds
but
can
be
cut
short
by
pressing
the
0
Key
for
2
seconds.
Status
keys
Description
1
key
10-
digit
module
serial
number
needed
to
create
the
Alarm.com
customer
account.
2
key
Module
firmware
version
(e.g.,
181a).
3
key
Initiate
communication
test
over
the
cellular
path.
Important:
This
test
is
required
to
correctly
complete
the
installation.
4
key
Initiate
communication
test
over
the
broadband
path.
5
key
Wireless
signal
strength
level
and
module
status
or
error,
if
any.
The
panel
will
display
the
signal
level
in
bars
(0
to
5)
and
as
a
numerical
value
(0
to
31)
followed
by
the
connection
mode.
6
key
Battery
voltage
as
read
by
the
module,
to
two
decimal
places,
and
the
AC
power
status.
(e.g.,
Battery:
6.79v,
AC
Power
OK).
7
key
Use
only
when
instructed
by
Alarm.com
Technical
Support.
8
key
LTE
frequency
used
by
the
module.
Troubleshooting
LEDs
Status
LEDs
indicate
network
and
module
status.
The
following
figure
shows
the
location
of
the
status
LEDs
on
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
module.
-
13
-
Troubleshooting -
14
-
Troubleshooting
Status
LEDs
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5
LED
functions
LED
Function
1
General
&
Cellular
Error
LED.
Flashes
1
to
8
times
in
an
8-
second
interval
to
indicate
specific
error.
See
section
“LED
L1
(red)”
for
errors
and
common
fixes.
2
Broadband
Errors
&
Panel
Communication.
Flashes
2
to
8
times
in
an
8-
second
interval
to
indicate
a
specific
error
on
the
broadband
path.
Also
flashes
once
every
time
the
module
communicates
with
the
panel.
See
section
“LED
L2
(yellow)”
for
errors
and
common
fixes.
3
Cellular
Communication.
Flashes
every
time
the
cellular
signal
level
is
checked
and
when
packets
are
exchanged
with
Alarm.com
4
Cellular
Signal
Strength
Level.
Flashes
0
to
5
times
to
indicate
signal
strength
or
toggles
on/off
slowly
when
communicating
with
Alarm.com
servers
5
Z-
Wave
Status
&
Error
LED.
See
section
“LED
L5
(yellow)”
for
patterns.
LED
details
LED
L1
(red)
L1
flashes
when
there
is
a
general
error
or
an
error
on
the
cellular
path.
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.
Number
of
flashes
Error
and
solution
1
Module
cannot
communicate
with
the
panel.
Ensure
section
[382]
option
[5]
is
ON.
Verify
panel
software
is
version
1.1
or
higher.
Check
the
connectors
(between
the
panel
and
communicator)
and
powercycle
the
panel.
If
the
error
persists,
there
may
be
an
issue
with
the
module
or
panel.
2
The
SIM
card
is
missing.
The
SIM
card
holder
can
be
found
on
the
module.
Verify
that
the
SIM
card
holder
is
closed
securely
and
that
there
is
a
SIM
card
in
the
holder.
3
The
module
is
trying
to
register
on
the
LTE
network.
If
it
persists
for
more
than
a
few
minutes,
the
module
is
having
problems
registering
with
the
LTE
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
LTE
network
that
does
not
partner
with
our
LTE
providers,
or
the
SIM
card
was
not
activated
yet
because
the
Alarm.com
account
was
not
created
correctly. Number
of
flashes
Error
and
solution
4
The
module
is
registered
on
the
LTE
network
but
cannot
connect
with
Alarm.com.
Power
down
the
module,
wait
one
minute,
restore
power
and
perform
a
communications
test.
Verify
signal
strength
and
try
a
different
location
for
the
module/antenna.
If
the
problem
persists,
contact
Alarm.com
Technical
Support.
5
Radio
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
is
just
an
indication
that
the
module
is
fixing
an
unusual
condition
regarding
communication
with
the
LTE
network.
7
The
module
is
not
compatible
with
this
panel
type.
Please
insert
a
compatible
module.
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)
LED
L2
indicates
an
error
on
the
Broadband
path
and
also
flashes
with
every
communication
between
the
mod
-
ule
and
the
panel
when
there
is
no
error
condition
present.
Normal
pattern
calls
for
a
series
of
quick
flashes
every
two
seconds
in
Idle
mode
or
four
seconds
in
PowerSave
mode.
Number
of
flashes
Error
and
solution
1
Flashes
for
each
communication
with
the
panel,
except
when
LED
is
displaying
a
broadband
error.
This
is
normal
behavior.
2
The
module
cannot
establish
a
connection
with
the
router.
Verify
the
physical
connection/wiring
to
the
router.
Verify
MAC
filtering
is
disabled
on
the
router
or
add
the
module’s
MAC
to
the
allowed
list
of
MACs
on
the
router.
Verify
that
DHCP
is
enabled
on
the
router.
3
The
module
cannot
establish
a
connection
with
the
internet.
Verify
other
devices
on
the
same
network
can
connect,
that
the
panel
has
AC
power,
and
that
there
are
no
special
firewall
or
network
management
settings
running
on
the
router.
4
The
module
cannot
establish
communication
with
Alarm.com.
Contact
Alarm.com
Tech
Support.
6
The
Alarm.com
backend
cannot
reach
module
due
to
an
error
with
the
local
firewall
blocking
signals
from
reaching
the
module.
LED
L3
(yellow)
L3
flashes
with
every
communication
between
the
module
and
its
radio
unit
in
Idle
mode,
and
with
every
com
-
munication
with
Alarm.com
in
Connected
mode.
In
PowerSave
mode,
this
LED
flashes
in
unison
with
LED
2.
LED
L4
(green)
L4
indicates
the
LTE
signal
level
as
a
number
of
flashes
(0
to
5
bars).
The
number
of
bars
may
not
correspond
to
the
bars
shown
on
your
cell
phone.
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
not
flashing
it
indicates
one
of
the
following
states:
l
The
module
is
in
PowerSave
mode
l
The
module
just
powered
up
l
There
is
no
LTE
coverage
in
the
area.
Alarm.com
recommends
a
steady
signal
level
of
2
or
higher
for
proper
operation
of
the
module
Note:
In
Connected
Mode,
the
LED
toggles
on
and
off.
-
15
-
Troubleshooting -
16
-
Troubleshooting
LED
L5
(yellow)
LED
L5
indicates
Z-
Wave
state
and
errors.
See
the
table
below
for
more
information.
Number
of
flashes
Device
status
or
error
1
Successfully
added/removed
node
(last
60
seconds)
2
Delete
Mode
3
Add
node
attempt
failed
(last
60
seconds)
because
device
already
in
network
4
Add
Mode
5
Replicate
Mode
6
Learn
Mode
Error
(lasts
60
seconds)
7
No
Node
Info
8
No
other
nodes
are
in
the
network
Various
module
states
(modes)
There
are
four
module
states,
or
modes,
as
described
in
the
following:
Mode
Description
Idle
AC
power
is
okay
and
the
module
is
not
currently
talking
to
Alarm.com.
L1
-
Flashes
general
or
cellular
errors,
if
any
L2

Flashes
broadband
errors,
if
any;
Communication
with
panel
L3
-
Communication
with
radio
unit
L4
-
Signal
level
(0
to
5
bars)
L5
-
Flashes
Z-
Wave
state
or
errors,
if
any
PowerSave
The
module
just
powered
up,
AC
power
is
down,
or
AC
power
was
recently
restored
and
the
battery
is
recharging.
The
module
is
fully
functional
and
will
go
into
Connected
mode
as
soon
as
a
signal
needs
to
be
sent.
Press
and
hold
the
5
Key
for
2
seconds
to
switch
the
module
into
Idle
mode
and
update
the
signal
level
reading.
The
system
will
go
into
Idle
mode
every
2
hours
to
check
for
any
incoming
messages.
L1
-
Inactive
L2
-
Communication
with
panel
L3
-
Same
flashing
pattern
as
L2
L4
-
Inactive
L5
-
Inactive
Connected
The
module
is
currently
talking
to
Alarm.com.
The
module
stays
in
Connected
mode
for
at
least
four
minutes
after
reporting
an
event
to
Alarm.com,
unless
the
5
Key
is
pressed
and
held
for
10
seconds,
which
will
cause
the
module
to
go
back
to
Idle
mode.
L1
-
Flashes
general
or
cellular
errors,
if
any
L2
-
Flashes
broadband
errors,
if
any;
Communication
with
panel
L3
-
Communication
with
Alarm.com
L4
-
Alternates
two
seconds
on,
then
two
seconds
off
L5
-
Flashes
Z-
Wave
state
or
errors,
if
any
Sleep
The
panel
is
not
connected
to
AC
power,
or
there
is
an
AC
power
failure,
and
the
battery
level
is
low.
The
module
will
connect
to
Alarm.com
to
send
a
signal,
but
will
otherwise
draw
almost
no
power.
Note:
If
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
module
is
powered
down
for
a
short
period
of
time,
buffered
messages
from
Alarm.com
may
be
received
when
module
power
is
restored.
Improving
wireless
signal
strength
As
you
make
changes
to
the
module
location
to
improve
signal
strength,
request
updated
signal
readings
to
verify
changes.
To
request
an
updated
reading,
press
and
hold
the

5

key
for
2
seconds.
In
the
image
below, the
radio
has
3
out
of
5
bars
or
13/31
and
is
connected
to
the
network.
Radio:
123_
_
13
Connected
Guidelines
for
optimal
wireless
signal
strength:
l
Install
the
module
above
ground
level,
as
high
up
as
possible
within
the
structure.
l
Install
the
module
near
or
adjacent
to
an
exterior-
facing
wall
of
the
structure.
l
Do
not
install
the
module
inside
a
metal
structure
or
close
to
large
metal
objects
or
ducts.
l
Upgrade
the
antenna.
Contact
DSC
technical
support
for
antenna
options.
Walking
the
customer
through
new
user
setup
on
the
web
This
section
describes
how
to
help
your
customer
set
up
their
website
account,
and
only
applies
to
customers
on
an
interactive
service
plan
with
an
online
account.
(Skip
this
step
for
customers
using
the
module
for
wireless
signaling
only).
Before
the
customer
can
configure
their
website
account,
the
Alarm.com
account
for
that
customer
must
be
created
on
the
Dealer
Site,
and
the
LTE
module
associated
with
the
account
must
be
installed
successfully.
To
log
in
and
access
their
account,
the
customer
can
go
to
www.alarm.com
(or
custom
dealer
website
address)
to
complete
the
new
subscriber
setup
procedure.
The
customer
will
need
the
following:
l
The
web
site
login
and
temporary
password
included
on
the
Alarm.com
Welcome
Letter,
which
is
generated
when
the
account
was
created
by
the
dealer
l
A
list
of
their
system
sensors
with
corresponding
zone
IDs
l
At
least
one
phone
number
and
e-
mail
address
where
notifications
can
be
sent
Note:
At
least
one
sensor
must
be
learned
into
the
panel
to
complete
the
new
subscriber
setup.
If
not
all
sensors
and
touch
screens
were
learned
in
before
powering
up
the
module,
an
updated
sensor
list
must
be
requested
by
performing
a
LTE
phone
test
or
requesting
an
updated
equipment
list
from
the
Dealer
Site.
-
17
-
Troubleshooting -
18
-
Interactive
Service
Menu
I
NTERACTIVE
S
ERVICE
M
ENU
Interactive
menus
The
“Interactive
Services”
menu
can
be
used
to
access
information
about
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
module,
install
or
remove
Z-
Wave
devices
and
configure
or
troubleshoot
other
interactive
features.
The
menu
will
time
out
after
20
minutes.
Refer
to
the
following
tables
for
the
menu
options.
Installer
programming
Press
[*]
[8]
[Installer
Code]
[851]
to
enter
Interactive
Services
menu.
Menu
Description
-
-
Alarm.com
Module
Status
Scroll
down
through
the
various
Alarm.com
module
information
screens.
-
-
-
Radio
Signal
level,
connection
status,
roaming
status,
and
errors
(if
any)
-
-
-
LTE
Freq.
LTE
frequency
used
by
the
module
-
-
-
SN
Module
serial
number.
Needed
to
create
or
troubleshoot
an
Alarm.com
account
-
-
-
SIM
Card
SIM
card
number.
Sometimes
needed
to
troubleshoot
an
account.
Not
applicable
to
CDMA
radios
-
-
-
Version
TL880LT/TL880LE
module
firmware
version
and
sub-
version.
Example:
181a;
181
=
module
firmware
version,
a
=
subversion
-
-
-
Advanced
-
Network
Use
only
when
instructed
by
Alarm.com
Technical
Support.
-
-
Z-
Wave
Setup
1
This
menu
is
used
to
add,
remove,
and
troubleshoot
Z-
Wave
devices
and
networks.
To
control
Z-
Wave
devices
via
the
Alarm.com
website
and
smart
phone
apps,
you
will
also
need
to
enable
Z-
Wave
services
on
the
account
-
-
Number
of
Z-
Wave
Devices
2
The
total
number
of
Z-
Wave
devices
currently
known
to
the
module
-
-
Add
Z-
Wave
Device
1
Press
[*]
to
enter
Z-
Wave
Add
Mode.
Make
sure
the
device
being
added
is
powered
up
and
within
3
to
6
feet
of
the
panel.
Refer
to
the
manufacturer’s
instructions
for
button
presses
required
to
enroll
devices
-
-
-
Remove
Z-
Wave
Device
1
Press
[
*
]
to
remove
an
existing
Z-
Wave
device,
or
to
“reset”
a
Z-
Wave
device
that
was
previously
learned
into
a
different
Z-
Wave
network.
Previously
enrolled
devices
must
be
reset
before
they
can
be
enrolled
into
the
module
-
-
-
Z-
Wave
Home
ID
1
Press
[
*
]
to
query
the
Z-
Wave
network
Home
ID.
If
the
ID
is
0,
verify
that
the
module
has
communicated
with
Alarm.com
and
that
the
Alarm.com
account
is
set
up
for
Z-
Wave.
-
-
-
Extended
Range
Option
Press
[
*
]
to
enable/disable
extended
range
-
-
-
Communications
Test
Press
[
*
]
to
perform
ADC
communication
test
User
functions
Press
[*]
[6]
[Master
Code]
to
enter
User
Functions
menu.
Then
scroll
to
Interactive
Services.
Menu
Description
-
-
Alarm.com
Module
Status
See
Installer
Programming
section
-
-
-
Radio
See
Installer
Programming
section
-
-
-
LTE
Freq.
See
Installer
Programming
section Menu
Description
-
-
SN
See
Installer
Programming
section
-
-
-
SIM
card
See
Installer
Programming
section
-
-
-
Version
See
Installer
Programming
section
-
-
-
Advanced
-
Network
See
Installer
Programming
section
-
-
Z-
Wave
Setup
1
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Programming
section
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Number
of
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Wave
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Programming
section
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1
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1
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Programming
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Z-
Wave
Home
ID
1
See
Installer
Programming
section
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Communication
Test
See
Installer
Programming
section
1
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to
the
Home
Automation
installation
instructions
and
guides
on
the
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Menu Limited
Warranty
Digital
Security
Controls
warrants
the
original
purchaser
that
for
a
period
of
twelve
months
from
the
date
of
purchase,
the
product
shall
be
free
of
defects
in
materials
and
workmanship
under
normal
use.
Dur
-
ing
the
warranty
period,
Digital
Security
Controls
shall,
at
its
option,
repair
or
replace
any
defective
product
upon
return
of
the
product
to
its
factory,
at
no
charge
for
labour
and
materials.
Any
replacement
and/or
repaired
parts
are
warranted
for
the
remainder
of
the
original
warranty
or
ninety
(90)
days,
whichever
is
longer.
The
original
pur
-
chaser
must
promptly
notify
Digital
Security
Controls
in
writing
that
there
is
defect
in
material
or
workmanship,
such
written
notice
to
be
received
in
all
events
prior
to
expiration
of
the
warranty
period.
There
is
absolutely
no
warranty
on
software
and
all
software
products
are
sold
as
a
user
license
under
the
terms
of
the
software
license
agree
-
ment
included
with
the
product.
The
Customer
assumes
all
respons
-
ibility
for
the
proper
selection,
installation,
operation
and
maintenance
of
any
products
purchased
from
DSC.
Custom
products
are
only
war
-
ranted
to
the
extent
that
they
do
not
function
upon
delivery.
In
such
cases,
DSC
can
replace
or
credit
at
its
option.
International
Warranty
The
warranty
for
international
customers
is
the
same
as
for
any
cus
-
tomer
within
Canada
and
the
United
States,
with
the
exception
that
Digital
Security
Controls
shall
not
be
responsible
for
any
customs
fees,
taxes,
or
VAT
that
may
be
due.
Warranty
Procedure
To
obtain
service
under
this
warranty,
please
return
the
item
(s)
in
ques
-
tion
to
the
point
of
purchase.
All
authorized
distributors
and
dealers
have
a
warranty
program.
Anyone
returning
goods
to
Digital
Security
Controls
must
first
obtain
an
authorization
number.
Digital
Security
Con
-
trols
will
not
accept
any
shipment
whatsoever
for
which
prior
author
-
ization
has
not
been
obtained.
Conditions
to
Void
Warranty
This
warranty
applies
only
to
defects
in
parts
and
workmanship
relating
to
normal
use.
It
does
not
cover:
l
damage
incurred
in
shipping
or
handling;
l
damage
caused
by
disaster
such
as
fire,
flood,
wind,
earthquake
or
lightning;
l
damage
due
to
causes
beyond
the
control
of
Digital
Security
Controls
such
as
excessive
voltage,
mechanical
shock
or
water
damage;
l
damage
caused
by
unauthorized
attachment,
alterations,
modifications
or
foreign
objects;
l
damage
caused
by
peripherals
(unless
such
peripherals
were
supplied
by
Digital
Security
Controls);
l
defects
caused
by
failure
to
provide
a
suitable
installation
environment
for
the
products;
l
damage
caused
by
use
of
the
products
for
purposes
other
than
those
for
which
it
was
designed;
l
damage
from
improper
maintenance;
l
damage
arising
out
of
any
other
abuse,
mishandling
or
improper
application
of
the
products.
Items
Not
Covered
by
Warranty
In
addition
to
the
items
which
void
the
Warranty,
the
following
items
shall
not
be
covered
by
Warranty:
(i)
freight
cost
to
the
repair
centre;
(ii)
products
which
are
not
identified
with
DSC's
product
label
and
lot
number
or
serial
number;
(iii)
products
disassembled
or
repaired
in
such
a
manner
as
to
adversely
affect
performance
or
prevent
adequate
inspection
or
testing
to
verify
any
warranty
claim.
Access
cards
or
tags
returned
for
replacement
under
warranty
will
be
credited
or
replaced
at
DSC's
option.
Products
not
covered
by
this
warranty,
or
otherwise
out
of
warranty
due
to
age,
misuse,
or
damage
shall
be
evaluated,
and
a
repair
estimate
shall
be
provided.
No
repair
work
will
be
performed
until
a
valid
purchase
order
is
received
from
the
Customer
and
a
Return
Merchandise
Authorisation
number
(RMA)
is
issued
by
DSC's
Customer
Service.
Digital
Security
Controls’s
liability
for
failure
to
repair
the
product
under
this
warranty
after
a
reasonable
number
of
attempts
will
be
lim
-
ited
to
a
replacement
of
the
product,
as
the
exclusive
remedy
for
breach
of
warranty.
Under
no
circumstances
shall
Digital
Security
Con
-
trols
be
liable
for
any
special,
incidental,
or
consequential
damages
based
upon
breach
of
warranty,
breach
of
contract,
negligence,
strict
liability,
or
any
other
legal
theory.
Such
damages
include,
but
are
not
limited
to,
loss
of
profits,
loss
of
the
product
or
any
associated
equip
-
ment,
cost
of
capital,
cost
of
substitute
or
replacement
equipment,
facil
-
ities
or
services,
down
time,
purchaser’s
time,
the
claims
of
third
parties,
including
customers,
and
injury
to
property.
The
laws
of
some
jurisdictions
limit
or
do
not
allow
the
disclaimer
of
consequential
dam
-
ages.
If
the
laws
of
such
a
jurisdiction
apply
to
any
claim
by
or
against
DSC,
the
limitations
and
disclaimers
contained
here
shall
be
to
the
greatest
extent
permitted
by
law.
Some
states
do
not
allow
the
exclusion
or
limitation
of
incidental
or
consequential
damages,
so
that
the
above
may
not
apply
to
you.
Disclaimer
of
Warranties
This
warranty
contains
the
entire
warranty
and
shall
be
in
lieu
of
any
and
all
other
warranties,
whether
expressed
or
implied
(includ
-
ing
all
implied
warranties
of
merchantability
or
fitness
for
a
par
-
ticular
purpose)
And
of
all
other
obligations
or
liabilities
on
the
part
of
Digital
Security
Controls
Digital
Security
Controls
neither
assumes
responsibility
for,
nor
authorizes
any
other
person
pur
-
porting
to
act
on
its
behalf
to
modify
or
to
change
this
warranty,
nor
to
assume
for
it
any
other
warranty
or
liability
concerning
this
product.
This
disclaimer
of
warranties
and
limited
warranty
are
governed
by
the
laws
of
the
province
of
Ontario,
Canada.
Digital
Security
Controls
recommends
that
the
entire
system
be
com
-
pletely
tested
on
a
regular
basis.
However,
despite
frequent
testing,
and
due
to,
but
not
limited
to,
criminal
tampering
or
electrical
disruption,
it
is
possible
for
this
product
to
fail
to
perform
as
expected.
Installer’s
Lockout
Any
products
returned
to
DSC
which
have
the
Installer’s
Lockout
option
enabled
and
exhibit
no
other
problems
will
be
subject
to
a
ser
-
vice
charge.
Out
of
Warranty
Repairs
Digital
Security
Controls
will
at
its
option
repair
or
replace
out-
of-
war
-
ranty
products
which
are
returned
to
its
factory
according
to
the
fol
-
lowing
conditions.
Anyone
returning
goods
to
Digital
Security
Controls
must
first
obtain
an
authorization
number.
Digital
Security
Controls
will
not
accept
any
shipment
whatsoever
for
which
prior
authorization
has
not
been
obtained.
Products
which
Digital
Security
Controls
determines
to
be
repairable
will
be
repaired
and
returned.
A
set
fee
which
Digital
Security
Controls
has
predetermined
and
which
may
be
revised
from
time
to
time,
will
be
charged
for
each
unit
repaired.
Products
which
Digital
Security
Controls
determines
not
to
be
repair
-
able
will
be
replaced
by
the
nearest
equivalent
product
available
at
that
time.
The
current
market
price
of
the
replacement
product
will
be
charged
for
each
replacement
unit.
End
User
License
Agreement
IMPORTANT
-
READ
CAREFULLY:
DSC
Software
purchased
with
or
without
Products
and
Components
is
copyrighted
and
is
purchased
under
the
following
license
terms:
This
End-
User
License
Agreement
(“EULA”)
is
a
legal
agreement
between
You
(the
company,
individual
or
entity
who
acquired
the
-
20
- Software
and
any
related
Hardware)
and
Digital
Security
Controls,
a
division
of
Tyco
Safety
Products
Canada
Ltd.
(“DSC”),
the
man
-
ufacturer
of
the
integrated
security
systems
and
the
developer
of
the
software
and
any
related
products
or
components
(“HARDWARE”)
which
You
acquired.
If
the
DSC
software
product
(“SOFTWARE
PRODUCT”
or
“SOFTWARE”)
is
intended
to
be
accompanied
by
HARDWARE,
and
is
NOT
accompanied
by
new
HARDWARE,
You
may
not
use,
copy
or
install
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT.
The
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
includes
computer
software,
and
may
include
associated
media,
printed
materials,
and
“online”
or
electronic
documentation.
Any
software
provided
along
with
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
that
is
associated
with
a
separate
end-
user
license
agreement
is
licensed
to
You
under
the
terms
of
that
license
agreement.
By
installing,
copying,
downloading,
storing,
accessing
or
otherwise
using
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT,
You
agree
unconditionally
to
be
bound
by
the
terms
of
this
EULA,
even
if
this
EULA
is
deemed
to
be
a
modification
of
any
previous
arrangement
or
contract.
If
You
do
not
agree
to
the
terms
of
this
EULA,
DSC
is
unwilling
to
license
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
to
You,
and
You
have
no
right
to
use
it.
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
LICENSE
The
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
is
protected
by
copyright
laws
and
inter
-
national
copyright
treaties,
as
well
as
other
intellectual
property
laws
and
treaties.
The
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
is
licensed,
not
sold.
GRANT
OF
LICENSE
This
EULA
grants
You
the
following
rights:
Software
Installation
and
Use
-
For
each
license
You
acquire,
You
may
have
only
one
copy
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
installed.
Storage/Network
Use
-
The
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
may
not
be
installed,
accessed,
displayed,
run,
shared
or
used
concurrently
on
or
from
different
computers,
including
a
workstation,
terminal
or
other
digital
electronic
device
(“Device”).
In
other
words,
if
You
have
sev
-
eral
workstations,
You
will
have
to
acquire
a
license
for
each
work
-
station
where
the
SOFTWARE
will
be
used.
Backup
Copy
-
You
may
make
back-
up
copies
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT,
but
You
may
only
have
one
copy
per
license
installed
at
any
given
time.
You
may
use
the
back-
up
copy
solely
for
archival
pur
-
poses.
Except
as
expressly
provided
in
this
EULA,
You
may
not
oth
-
erwise
make
copies
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT,
including
the
printed
materials
accompanying
the
SOFTWARE.
DESCRIPTION
OF
OTHER
RIGHTS
AND
LIMITATIONS
Limitations
on
Reverse
Engineering,
Decompilation
and
Disas
-
sembly
-
You
may
not
reverse
engineer,
decompile,
or
disassemble
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT,
except
and
only
to
the
extent
that
such
activ
-
ity
is
expressly
permitted
by
applicable
law
notwithstanding
this
lim
-
itation.
You
may
not
make
any
changes
or
modifications
to
the
Software,
without
the
written
permission
of
an
officer
of
DSC.
You
may
not
remove
any
proprietary
notices,
marks
or
labels
from
the
Soft
-
ware
Product.
You
shall
institute
reasonable
measures
to
ensure
com
-
pliance
with
the
terms
and
conditions
of
this
EULA.
Separation
of
Components
-
The
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
is
licensed
as
a
single
product.
Its
component
parts
may
not
be
separated
for
use
on
more
than
one
HARDWARE
unit.
Single
INTEGRATED
PRODUCT
-
If
You
acquired
this
SOFTWARE
with
HARDWARE,
then
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
is
licensed
with
the
HARDWARE
as
a
single
integrated
product.
In
this
case,
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
may
only
be
used
with
the
HARDWARE
as
set
forth
in
this
EULA.
Rental
-
You
may
not
rent,
lease
or
lend
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT.
You
may
not
make
it
available
to
others
or
post
it
on
a
server
or
web
site.
Software
Product
Transfer
-
You
may
transfer
all
of
Your
rights
under
this
EULA
only
as
part
of
a
permanent
sale
or
transfer
of
the
HARDWARE,
provided
You
retain
no
copies,
You
transfer
all
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
(including
all
component
parts,
the
media
and
printed
materials,
any
upgrades
and
this
EULA),
and
provided
the
recipient
agrees
to
the
terms
of
this
EULA.
If
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
is
an
upgrade,
any
transfer
must
also
include
all
prior
ver
-
sions
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT.
Termination
-
Without
prejudice
to
any
other
rights,
DSC
may
ter
-
minate
this
EULA
if
You
fail
to
comply
with
the
terms
and
conditions
of
this
EULA.
In
such
event,
You
must
destroy
all
copies
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
and
all
of
its
component
parts.
Trademarks
-
This
EULA
does
not
grant
You
any
rights
in
connection
with
any
trademarks
or
service
marks
of
DSC
or
its
suppliers.
COPYRIGHT
-
All
title
and
intellectual
property
rights
in
and
to
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
(including
but
not
limited
to
any
images,
pho
-
tographs,
and
text
incorporated
into
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT),
the
accompanying
printed
materials,
and
any
copies
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT,
are
owned
by
DSC
or
its
suppliers.
You
may
not
copy
the
printed
materials
accompanying
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT.
All
title
and
intellectual
property
rights
in
and
to
the
content
which
may
be
accessed
through
use
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
are
the
property
of
the
respective
content
owner
and
may
be
protected
by
applicable
copyright
or
other
intellectual
property
laws
and
treaties.
This
EULA
grants
You
no
rights
to
use
such
content.
All
rights
not
expressly
gran
-
ted
under
this
EULA
are
reserved
by
DSC
and
its
suppliers.
EXPORT
RESTRICTIONS
-
You
agree
that
You
will
not
export
or
re-
export
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
to
any
country,
person,
or
entity
subject
to
Canadian
export
restrictions.
CHOICE
OF
LAW
-
This
Software
License
Agreement
is
governed
by
the
laws
of
the
Province
of
Ontario,
Canada.
ARBITRATION
-
All
disputes
arising
in
connection
with
this
Agree
-
ment
shall
be
determined
by
final
and
binding
arbitration
in
accordance
with
the
Arbitration
Act,
and
the
parties
agree
to
be
bound
by
the
arbit
-
rator’s
decision.
The
place
of
arbitration
shall
be
Toronto,
Canada,
and
the
language
of
the
arbitration
shall
be
English.
LIMITED
WARRANTY
NO
WARRANTY
-
DSC
PROVIDES
THE
SOFTWARE
“AS
IS”
WITHOUT
WARRANTY.
DSC
DOES
NOT
WARRANT
THAT
THE
SOFTWARE
WILL
MEET
YOUR
REQUIREMENTS
OR
THAT
OPERATION
OF
THE
SOFTWARE
WILL
BE
UNINTERRUPTED
OR
ERROR-
FREE.
CHANGES
IN
OPERATING
ENVIRONMENT
-
DSC
shall
not
be
responsible
for
problems
caused
by
changes
in
the
operating
char
-
acteristics
of
the
HARDWARE,
or
for
problems
in
the
interaction
of
the
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
with
non-
DSC-
SOFTWARE
or
HARDWARE
PRODUCTS.
LIMITATION
OF
LIABILITY;
WARRANTY
REFLECTS
ALLOCATION
OF
RISK
-
IN
ANY
EVENT,
IF
ANY
STATUTE
IMPLIES
WARRANTIES
OR
CONDITIONS
NOT
STATED
IN
THIS
LICENSE
AGREEMENT,
DSC’S
ENTIRE
LIABILITY
UNDER
ANY
PROVISION
OF
THIS
LICENSE
AGREEMENT
SHALL
BE
LIMITED
TO
THE
GREATER
OF
THE
AMOUNT
ACTUALLY
PAID
BY
YOU
TO
LICENSE
THE
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
AND
FIVE
CANADIAN
DOLLARS
(CAD$5.00).
BECAUSE
SOME
JURISDICTIONS
DO
NOT
ALLOW
THE
EXCLUSION
OR
LIMITATION
OF
LIABILITY
FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL
OR
INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES,
THE
ABOVE
LIMITATION
MAY
NOT
APPLY
TO
YOU.
DISCLAIMER
OF
WARRANTIES
-
THIS
WARRANTY
CONTAINS
THE
ENTIRE
WARRANTY
AND
SHALL
BE
IN
LIEU
OF
ANY
AND
ALL
OTHER
WARRANTIES,
WHETHER
EXPRESSED
OR
IMPLIED
(INCLUDING
ALL
IMPLIED
-
21
- WARRANTIES
OF
MERCHANTABILITY
OR
FITNESS
FOR
A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE)
AND
OF
ALL
OTHER
OBLIGATIONS
OR
LIABILITIES
ON
THE
PART
OF
DSC.
DSC
MAKES
NO
OTHER
WARRANTIES.
DSC
NEITHER
ASSUMES
NOR
AUTHORIZES
ANY
OTHER
PERSON
PURPORTING
TO
ACT
ON
ITS
BEHALF
TO
MOD8IFY
OR
TO
CHANGE
THIS
WARRANTY,
NOR
TO
ASSUME
FOR
IT
ANY
OTHER
WARRANTY
OR
LIABILITY
CONCERNING
THIS
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT.
EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY
AND
LIMITATION
OF
WARRANTY
-
UNDER
NO
CIRCUMSTANCES
SHALL
DSC
BE
LIABLE
FOR
ANY
SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL
OR
INDIRECT
DAMAGES
BASED
UPON
BREACH
OF
WARRANTY,
BREACH
OF
CONTRACT,
NEGLIGENCE,
STRICT
LIABILITY,
OR
ANY
OTHER
LEGAL
THEORY.
SUCH
DAMAGES
INCLUDE,
BUT
ARE
NOT
LIMITED
TO,
LOSS
OF
PROFITS,
LOSS
OF
THE
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
OR
ANY
ASSOCIATED
EQUIPMENT,
COST
OF
CAPITAL,
COST
OF
SUBSTITUTE
OR
REPLACEMENT
EQUIPMENT,
FACILITIES
OR
SERVICES,
DOWN
TIME,
PURCHASERS
TIME,
THE
CLAIMS
OF
THIRD
PARTIES,
INCLUDING
CUSTOMERS,
AND
INJURY
TO
PROPERTY.
DSC
recommends
that
the
entire
system
be
completely
tested
on
a
reg
-
ular
basis.
However,
despite
frequent
testing,
and
due
to,
but
not
limited
to,
criminal
tampering
or
electrical
disruption,
it
is
possible
for
this
SOFTWARE
PRODUCT
to
fail
to
perform
as
expected.
Regulatory
Information
FCC
MODIFICATION
STATEMENT
Digital
Security
Controls
has
not
approved
any
changes
or
modi
-
fications
to
this
device
by
the
user.
Any
changes
or
modifications
could
void
the
user’s
authority
to
operate
the
equipment.
Digital
Security
Controls
n’approuve
aucune
modification
apportée
à
l’appareil
par
l’utilisateur,
quelle
qu’en
soit
la
nature.
Tout
changement
ou
modification
peuvent
annuler
le
droit
d’utilisation
de
l’appareil
par
l’utilisateur.
ISED
CANADA
INTERFERENCE
STATEMENT
This
device
complies
with
Part
15
of
the
FCC
Rules
and
ISED
Canada
licence-
exempt
RSS
standard
(s).
Operation
is
subject
to
the
following
two
conditions:
(1)
this
device
may
not
cause
interference,
and
(2)
this
device
must
accept
any
interference,
including
interference
that
may
cause
undesired
operation
of
the
device.
Le
présent
appareil
est
conforme
aux
CNR
d'ISED
Canada
applicables
aux
appareils
radio
exempts
de
licence.
L'exploitation
est
autorisée
aux
deux
conditions
suivantes
:
(1)
l'appareil
ne
doit
pas
produire
de
brouil
-
lage,
et
(2)
l'utilisateur
de
l'appareil
doit
accepter
tout
brouillage
radi
-
oélectrique
subi,
ême
si
le
brouillage
est
susceptible
d'en
compromettre
le
fonctionnement.
FCC
CLASS
B
DIGITAL
DEVICE
NOTICE
This
equipment
has
been
tested
and
found
to
comply
with
the
limits
for
a
Class
B
digital
device,
pursuant
to
part
15
of
the
FCC
Rules.
These
lim
-
its
are
designed
to
provide
reasonable
protection
against
harmful
inter
-
ference
in
a
residential
installation.
This
equipment
generates
uses
and
can
radiate
radio
frequency
energy
and,
if
not
installed
and
used
in
accordance
with
the
instructions,
may
cause
harmful
interference
to
radio
communications.
However,
there
is
no
guarantee
that
inter
-
ference
will
not
occur
in
a
particular
installation.
If
this
equipment
does
cause
harmful
interference
to
radio
or
television
reception,
which
can
be
determined
by
turning
the
equipment
off
and
on,
the
user
is
encour
-
aged
to
try
to
correct
the
interference
by
one
or
more
of
the
following
measures:
-
Reorient
the
receiving
antenna.
-
Increase
the
separation
between
the
equipment
and
receiver.
-
Connect
the
equipment
into
an
outlet
on
a
circuit
different
from
that
to
which
the
receiver
is
connected.
-
Consult
the
dealer
or
experienced
radio/television
technician
for
help.
CAN
ICES-
3
(B)
/
NMB-
3
(B)
FCC/ISED
CANADA
WIRELESS
NOTICE
This
equipment
complies
with
FCC
and
ISED
Canada
radiation
expos
-
ure
limits
set
forth
for
an
uncontrolled
environment.
The
antenna
should
be
installed
and
operated
with
minimum
distance
of
20
m
between
the
radiator
and
your
body.
The
antenna
(s)
used
for
this
trans
-
mitter
must
not
be
co-
located
or
operating
in
conjunction
with
any
other
antenna
or
transmitter,
except
as
described
in
this
user
manual.
Cet
appareil
est
conforme
aux
limites
d'exposition
aux
rayonnements
de
la
IC
pour
un
environnement
on
contrôlé.
L'antenne
doit
être
installé
de
façon
à
garder
une
distance
minimale
de
20
centimètres
entre
la
source
de
rayonnements
et
votre
corps.
L'antenne
(s)
utilisée
pour
cet
émetteur
ne
doit
pas
être
situé
ou
opérant
en
conjonction
avec
une
autre
antenne
ou
émetteur,
sauf
tel
que
décrit
dans
ce
mode
d'emploi.
Antenna
gain
must
be
below/Gain
de
l'antenne
doit
être
ci-
dessous:
Carrier
Frequency
band
(MHz)
Antenna
Gain
(dBm)
LTE
Verizon
700
(B13)
6.94
AWS1700
(B4)
6.00
LTE
AT&T/Telus
1700/1900
3.20
AWS700/850
4.40
Warning:
To
satisfy
FCC
RF
exposure
requirements
for
mobile
transmitting
devices,
a
separation
distance
of
20cm
or
more
must
be
maintained
between
the
antenna
of
this
device
and
persons
during
device
operation.
For
UL/ULC
Listed
installation
the
products
are
intended
to
be
installed
in
accordance
with
the
following:
A.
NFPA
70,
"National
Electrical
Code."
B.
NFPA
72,
"National
Fire
Alarm
Code."
C.
UL
1641,
"Installation
and
Classification
of
Residential
Burglar
Alarm
Systems."
D.
National
Building
Code
(NBC);
E.
CSA
C22.1
-
Canadian
Electrical
Code,
Part
1;
F.
CAN/ULC-
S302
-
Standard
for
Installation
and
Classification
of
Burglar
Alarm
Systems
for
Financial
and
Commercial
Premises,
Safes
and
Vaults;
G.
CAN/ULC-
S540
-
Standard
for
the
Installation
of
Residential
Fire
Warning
Systems;
H.
CAN/ULC-
S310
-
Standard
for
the
Installation
and
Classification
of
Residential
Burglary
Alarm
Systems.
I.
CAN/ULC
S301
-
Standard
for
the
Signal
Receiving
Centre
Burglar
Alarm
Systems
and
Operations
J.
Local
Authorities
Having
Jurisdiction
(AHJ).
K.
Manufacturer's
Installation
Instructions.
For
UL
Residential
Fire
and
Burglary
installations,
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
is
listed
as
a
sole
means
of
communication
or
as
a
back
up
when
used
in
conjunction
with
a
POTS
line
(dialer).
For
UL
Commercial
Burglary
installations,
the
TL880LT/TL880LE
is
listed
as
a
sole
means
of
communication
(supervision
window
of
200s
required
at
monitoring
station)
or
as
a
back-
up
when
used
in
con
-
junction
with
a
POTS
line
(dialer).
For
ULC Commercial
Burglary
installations
the
TL880LE is
listed
as
an
active
communication
system
with
line
security
level
A1-
A4
(90
second
check-
in
signal
enabled
and
180
second
supervision
window
enabled
at
monitoring
receiver
and
encryption
enabled)
and
as
a
pass
-
ive
communication
system
with
communication
line
security
level
P1
when
used
alone
or
as
P2-
P3
when
used
in
conjunction
with
the
integ
-
rated
POTS
line
(dialer)
in
the
compatible
NEO
Alarm
Control
panels
-
22
- HS2128/HS2064/HS2032/HS2016.
The
TL880LE
can
be
used
in
com
-
mercial
burglary
applications
up
to
Security
Level
IV.
For
ULC Listed
installations
refer
also
to
ULC Installation
Guide
P/N
29002157.
Notes
for
using
Private,
Corporate
and
High
Speed
Data
Networks
when
using
TL880LE:
Network
access
and
domain
access
policies
shall
be
set
to
restrict
unauthorized
network
access,
and
"spoofing"
or
"denial
of
service"
attacks.
Select
the
internet
service
providers
that
have
redundant
servers/systems,
back-
up
power,
routers
with
firewalls
enabled
and
methods
to
identify
and
protect
against
"denial
of
service"
attacks
(i.e.
via
"spoofing").
For
ULC Residential
Fire
and
Burglary
installations
the
TL880LE
is
lis
-
ted
as
a
sole
means
of
communication
or
as
a
back-
up
when
used
in
conjunction
with
a
POTS line
(dialer).
The
TL880LT/TL880LE
shall
be
powered
from
the
compatible
listed
control
unit
HS2128/HS2064/HS2032/HS2016
or
compatible
listed
power
supply
HSM2204/HSM2300
that
complies
with
the
ratings
spe
-
cified
in
this
manual.
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