Honeywell CDMA X Installation Manual



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IntelliPathTM Series CDMA Communicator

CDMA-X

supports two-way voice

Installation and Setup Guide

800-18819 4/15 Rev. A

Contents

General Information ...................................................................................................................................... 1
Features ..................................................................................................................................................... 1
Modes of Operation ................................................................................................................................... 1
Supervision and Fault Detection .............................................................................................................. 1
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................. 2
Data Encryption ........................................................................................................................................ 2
Remote Services Features......................................................................................................................... 2
Testing the System.................................................................................................................................... 2
Compatibility ............................................................................................................................................. 3
Compliance ................................................................................................................................................ 3
Mount and Wire the Module ......................................................................................................................... 3
Select a Mounting Location ...................................................................................................................... 3
Activate the Communicator ................................................................................................................. 3
Verify Satisfactory Signal Strength .................................................................................................... 3
Mounting the Module on the Control Panel ............................................................................................ 4
Wiring the Module for two-way voice .................................................................................................. 5
Mounting the Module on the Wall ............................................................................................................ 5
Programming the Module .............................................................................................................................. 6
Using the AlarmNet Direct Website ........................................................................................................ 7
Using the 7720P Programming Tool ........................................................................................................ 7
Programming Conventions .................................................................................................................. 8
Using the Control Panel ........................................................................................................................... 8
Programming for ECP Mode..................................................................................................................... 8
Programming for 4204 and Two-4204 Emulation Modes ........................................................................ 8
4204 Emulation Mode Options ............................................................................................................ 8
Programming Options ............................................................................................................................... 9
ECP Status Codes ................................................................................................................................... 14
Exiting the Programming Mode ............................................................................................................. 14
Setting Factory Defaults ......................................................................................................................... 15
Registering the Communicator ................................................................................................................... 15
Registering through the AlarmNet Direct Website ............................................................................... 15
Remote Services.................................................................................................................................. 15
Registering Using the Test Message/Registration Switch .................................................................... 16
Registering Using the 7720P Programming Tool .................................................................................. 16
Replacing an existing communicator................................................................................................. 17
Registering by Phone .............................................................................................................................. 17
Diagnostic Commands ................................................................................................................................. 17
Module Identification Displays............................................................................................................... 17
Status Displays ....................................................................................................................................... 18
Central Station Messages ............................................................................................................................ 19
Glossary ........................................................................................................................................................ 20
LED and Wiring Information .............................................................................. Inside of Back Cover

CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide

General Information
The CDMA-X Communicator, herein referred to as the communicator, easily connects to your security system's control
panel and sends alarms and messages to AlarmNet for subsequent transfer to the central monitoring station. It can be
mounted directly on the control panel or remotely.

The CDMA-X requires an AlarmNet account. For new installations, please obtain the account information
from the central station prior to programming.
The CDMA-X communicates with AlarmNet using the CDMA 1X RTT cellular network as a means of data transfer.
In addition to alarm reporting, the communicator provides two-way voice communications with the central station (when
used with Honeywell’s AVS Audio Verification System) and provides upload/downloading capability of Honeywell's control
panel data over the Internet.

NOTE

Two-way voice has not been evaluated by compliance agency.

NOTE: Two-way voice is not compatible with Honeywell Commercial Control Panels (such as the VISTA-128/250 series).
NOTE: Due to Honeywell's continuing effort to improve our products, your device may look slightly different than
pictured.

Features







Reports fire, burg, and status messages via CDMA network.
Internal antenna provides additional security.
Simple programming using the 7720P programming tool or via the AlarmNet Direct website.
Uses 2 way ECP communication with the control panel.
Sends reports in Contact ID format.
Supports remote control of alarm system via Remote Services feature.
Allows uploading and downloading of control panel data via CDMA network.
Fully powered (primary and backup battery) from the control panel.

Modes of Operation


The CDMA-X is for control panels that support ECP communication.
The control panel treats the communicator as an ECP device, so ensure to program the control panel with the
communicator’s device address.
4204 Mode, and two 4204 Mode operation.

Supervision and Fault Detection

Network communication failure – In the event the AlarmNet network does not hear a supervisory message from
the communicator within a specified time (“Supervision” option, 24 hours, 30 days, or none), AlarmNet notifies
the central station of a communication failure.
Communication path failure – In the event the module detects a communication path failure, both the Central
Station and the control panel can be notified of the trouble condition. The failure is considered a true fault when
the fault time has expired ("Cell Fault Time" option) provided it has been set to a non-zero value. Notification is
sent to the central station upon this expiration.

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Specifications
Dimensions:

4 x 7 x 1.75 inches

Input Voltage:

12VDC (powered via the ECP bus.)

Current:

Standby 40mA, Maximum Transmit 300mA

Operating temperature:

–20º to +55ºC, for compliance agency 0ºC to +49ºC

Storage temperature:

–40º to +70ºC

Humidity:

0 to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
(for compliance agency 0% to 85%)

Altitude:

to 10,000 ft. operating, to 40,000 ft. storage

RF Features
• Dual-band support for both the 800MHz cellular and 1.9GHz PCS bands.
• Adheres to CDMA authentication as specified in CDMA 1X.
• Support for IS-95A/B and CDMA 1X Release 0/A.
Parameter

Min

Typical

Maximum

Output Power

+23dBm

+24dBm

+25dBm

RX sensitivity (US Cell)

--

–107dBm

--

RX sensitivity (US PCS)

--

–107dBm

--

Data Encryption
The communicator uses 256 bit AES (Rijndael) encryption (which is required for certain government installations). The
AlarmNet-i AES Encryption Software Module Version 1.0 contained in the Honeywell products has NIST approval.
Listings for this approval can be found at http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/STM/cavp/documents/aes/aesval.html and search for
“Certificate number 979.”

Remote Services Features

NOTE

Remote Access and Multi-Mode have not been evaluated by compliance agency.

Honeywell offers secure web based services that enable users to remotely monitor and control their security system.
These web services enable
users to:

Monitor and control their security system from a website

Receive e-mail and text message notifications of system events

Control the system and receive confirmations using text messages

Monitor and control IP video cameras
Dealers can enroll their customers for "Remote Services" by using the AlarmNet Direct website. Once enabled, the specific
programming fields associated with these features can be programmed into the communications device either remotely
using the AlarmNet Direct website or locally using the 7720P programming tool.
E-mail notification (Multi Mode) is intended as a convenience for the user, and does not replace Central Station reporting of
critical events (alarms, troubles, etc.).

Testing the System
After installation the security system should be tested. Refer to the control panel installation instructions for procedures
to test the entire system.

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Compatibility
The communicator functions with any control panel that utilizes a Honeywell ECP bus and supports a communicator (or
LRR).

Compliance
This device has been tested by ETL to meet the following standards:
• UL985 – Residential Fire
• UL1023 – Residential Burg

Mount and Wire the Module
Select a Mounting Location
When choosing a suitable mounting location, understand that it must be mounted indoors, and for best signal strength it
should be mounted vertically. Signal strength is very important for proper operation. For most installations, mounting
the unit on the control panel provides adequate signal strength and we suggest that this method is tried first. Especially
if the control panel is not in a basement location or in an area that contains large metal objects.
RF Exposure
Warning – The internal or external antenna(s) used with this product must be installed to provide a separation
distance of at least 7.8 in. (20 cm) from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi-transmitter product procedures.

If the control panel location does not provide adequate signal strength, then the communicator can be mounted remotely.

Activate the Communicator
NOTE: The communicator must be ACTIVATED first in order for signal strength to be determined.
Once the communicator is installed and programmed, it must be Registered with AlarmNet. Registering activates the
account with AlarmNet and enables the security system's control panel to send reports.

Go to: https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirect/
If you are not signed up for this service, click on “Dealer Signup” from the login screen to set up your dealer account. You
will be instructed how to proceed upon completing the sign-up form. Only one sign-up per dealer is required. Once an
initial user is established, additional logins may be created by that user.
Log in and follow the on-screen prompts. At this time only activate the communicator so signal strength may be checked.
DO NOT register the communicator at this time. Please have the following information available to activate the
communicator:

MAC number and MAC CRC (located on the box and inside the communicator).

You may log out of the AlarmNet Direct website.
Once the communicator is installed and programmed, it must be Registered with AlarmNet. Registering activates the
account with AlarmNet and enables the security system's control panel to send reports.

Verify Satisfactory Signal Strength

In this procedure you will temporarily power up the communicator to check for satisfactory signal strength. You can
power it from a 12V battery or from the control panels AUX PWR terminals. In buildings where reception may be a
problem, powering from a battery would allow the communicator to be portable. The following procedure assumes the
control panel will be used for power. (If satisfactory signal strength is present at the control panel that is the preferred
mounting location.)
1.

Ensure power to the control panel (both AC and battery) is off. Open the enclosure and connect the ECP cable to
the communicator. Temporarily attach the Black and Red wires to the GND and AUX PWR terminals of the
control panel. DO NOT connect the Yellow and Green wires at this time.

2.

Turn power on and wait about one minute for the communicator to initialize. Position the communicator near a
suitable mounting position. Verify the SIGNAL LED (green) lights steady. This indicates satisfactory signal
strength.
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SIGNAL STRENGTH LED (green)
ON - Satisfactory Signal
OFF - Unsatisfactory Signal

3.

Verify the SIGNAL STRENGTH LED (green) remains steady for a few minutes, then mark that mounting
position. Turn power off.

Mounting the Module on the Control Panel
1.

Ensure power to the control panel (both AC and battery) is off, then remove the knockout on the top right of the
control panel cabinet.

2.

Open the communicator cover. Remove the external antenna port cap attached to the plastic (trim as necessary),
and snap it into the external antenna cable port at the top of the enclosure.

3.

Remove the bottom knockout on the enclosure for the threaded mount. Then install the threaded mount so it
snaps into the plastic retaining tabs. Mount the communicator assembly on the cabinet's knockout, and fasten
with the locking nut.

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4.

Connect the ECP cable to the communicator circuit board and thread the wires through the threaded mounting
adapter.

5.

Refer to the control panel’s installation guide, and complete the ECP cable wiring.

6.

Secure the wiring with ties as necessary.

Wiring the Module for two-way voice

The CDMA-X requires an optional audio cable (GSMX-AUDIO, black) to support two-way voice using the AVS Base
Unit. Note the AVS Base Unit is part of Honeywell’s AVS Audio Verification System. This system consist of the AVS
Base Unit, Remote Station, and the Remote Station PC board. For detailed information, please refer to the AVS
Audio Verification System documentation. Follow the guidelines below for connecting the audio cable.
1. Power down the communicator, control panel and AVS Audio Verification System. (When the communicator is
fully wired up, restore power to the communicator, control panel and AVS Audio Verification System.)

2.

Connect one end of the audio cable (5-pin connector) to the audio connector located on the PC board in the
communicator.

3.

Route the audio cable to the connector on the AVS Base Unit and connect the cable (4-pin connector).

4.

Ensure the audio cable ends are secured with tie wraps to reduce strain.

NOTE: For compliance agency, CDMA-X and AVS must be located in the same room or within 3 feet of one another.

Mounting the Module on the Wall
1.

Ensure control panel power (both AC and battery) is off, then remove a suitable knockout on the top or side of the
control panel cabinet.
NOTES:
• If in the wall wiring will be used, route the wiring through the communicator's rear wiring access hole.
• If surface mounted wiring will be used, remove the communicator’s bottom knockout and use that to route the
wiring.
• If using two-way voice, refer to the previous topic.

2.

Open the communicator’s cover. Remove the external antenna port cap attached to the plastic (trim as
necessary), and snap it into the external antenna cable port at the top of the enclosure.

3.

Secure the enclosure to the wall using both mounting holes.

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4.

Connect the ECP cable to the communicator circuit board. When mounting the communicator off the cabinet, the
length of the supplied ECP cable will have to be spliced to a four-wire extender cable. Ensure the splices are
located within the communicator's enclosure.
Use the table below to determine the minimum wire gauge for the extender cable.
Minimum Wire Gauge

Distance from Control Panel

#22

75 ft (23m)

#20

120 ft (37m)

#18

170 ft (52m)

#16

270 ft (82m)

5.

Route the wires through the rear wiring access hole or bottom knockout on the communicator. Continue routing
the wiring to the control panel. A control panel knockout that is presently used can be utilized, however DO NOT
utilize a control panel knockout that is being used for primary power.

6.

Refer to the installation guide for the control panel, and complete the ECP cable wiring.

7.

Secure the wiring with ties as necessary.

Programming the Module
The CDMA-X requires an AlarmNet account. For new installations, please obtain the account information from the central
station prior to programming.

You can program the communicator by one of the following methods:

Using the AlarmNet Direct website.

Using the 7720P Programming Tool.

Using the control panel's programming mode (for panels that support this option) to access the communicator's
programming.

NOTE: The prompts in this document reflect use of the 7720P Programming Tool.
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Using the AlarmNet Direct Website
To program the communicator via the website (if you are already signed up for this service), go to:
https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirect/
If you are not signed up for this service, click on “Dealer Sign-Up" and follow the instructions. Log in and follow the onscreen prompts. Please have the following information available when programming the communicator:

Primary City ID (two-digit number), obtained from your monitoring station.

Primary Central Station ID (two-digit number), obtained from your monitoring station.

Primary Subscriber ID (four-digit number), obtained from your monitoring station.

Communicator’s MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on the box and inside the communicator).

After programming is complete, the communicator must be registered. Refer to the Register the Module topic.

Using the 7720P Programming Tool
Ensure the communicator is powered, and connect the 7720P Programming Tool.
Each key has two possible functions; a Normal function and a Shift
function.
• To perform a Normal key function, simply press the desired key.
• To perform a Shift function, press the [shift] key, then press
the appropriate key.

The following table lists each normal and shift key function.
7720P Normal and Shift Key (shift LED lit) Functions
KEY

NORMAL KEY FUNCTION

SHIFT + KEY FUNCTION

BS/ESC

[BS]: Press to delete entry

[ESC]: Press to quit program mode; also can
reset programming defaults.*

↓/↑

[↓]: Scroll down programming

[↑]: Scroll up programming

N/Y

[N]: Press for "NO" answer

[Y]: Press for "YES" answer

SHIFT

Press before pressing a SHIFT key function. Will light SHIFT LED. LED goes out
once a key is pressed. Press again for each SHIFT function desired.

1/A

[1]: For entering the number 1

[A]: For entering letter A

2/B

[2]: For entering the number 2

[B]: For entering letter B

3/C

[3]: For entering the number 3

[C]: For entering letter C

4/D

[4]: For entering the number 4

[D]: For entering letter D

5/E

[5]: For entering the number 5

[E]: For entering letter E

6/F

[6]: For entering the number 6

[F]: For entering letter F

7/S

[7]: For entering the number 7

[S]: For entering letter S

8/T

[8]: For entering the number 8

[T]: For entering letter T

9/X

[9]: For entering the number 9

[X]: For entering letter X

SPACE

[SPACE]: For scrolling option list

No SHIFT function

0

[0]: For entering the number 0

No SHIFT function

#/ENTER

[#/ENTER]: Starts programming
mode; Press to accept entries

No SHIFT function

* Active only when the "Exit Programming Mode" prompt is displayed.
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Programming Conventions

Programming is accomplished by answering a series of prompts. Most prompts require only a [Y]es or [N]o
response, while others require a numerical response (ID numbers, etc.).

The current value is displayed on the second line in parentheses ( ). A "?" indicates an invalid entry.

Use the [] key to scroll through options.

Use the [ENTER] key to accept the current entry and proceed to the next prompt. If the entered value is invalid,
pressing [ENTER] re-displays the prompt; the next prompt is not displayed until a valid answer is entered.

Use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through the programming prompts without changing any values.

Press the [ESC] key to go to the end of the list of prompts.

Using the Control Panel
Some control panels support programming of the communicator through the control panel programming mode. If using
this method of programming, only the ECP Mode programming options are available. Other "mode" prompts will not be
displayed, and the mode cannot be changed. For a description of key functions on the control panel keypad, and how they
map to the 7720P programming tool, refer to the control panel's Programming Guide.

Programming for ECP Mode
The communicator supports ECP messaging to communicate with the control panel. Likewise the control panel sends
Contact ID format alarms to the communicator via the ECP bus. Not all control panels support the communicator
interface on ECP, so be sure to check the control panel's Installation and Setup Guide to see if it supports this feature.
Press the [ENTER] key to begin programming.
NOTE: The central station can remotely block access to local device
programming. If this has been done, prompt on the right appears.

Access to Prog
Mode Denied

The default programming values for each prompt are shown in parentheses in the PROMPTS column. Further, the
“Programming Options” table (next page) shows all the prompts for this programming mode. Depending on your answers,
unnecessary prompts will be bypassed and you will advance to the next appropriate prompt.

Programming for 4204 and Two-4204 Emulation Modes
In this mode the communicator emulates a 4204 module (or two) and appears to the control panel as a 4204 module. If
two 4204s are enabled in the communicator, it acts as two 4204s using consecutive device addresses.
The compatible Honeywell VISTA series or First Alert control panel sends data (triggers) to the communicator as if it were
a 4204 module. (The control panel must be configured to recognize one or two 4204 relay modules accordingly.) On
VISTA-32FB (or higher) control panels and First Alert equivalents, addresses 6 and 13 should not be used when the
secondary 4204 is enabled. Messages are sent in ADEMCO High-Speed format.
See your control panel Installation and Setup Guide for the number of 4204 modules supported.

4204 Emulation Mode Options
For control panels that do not support ECP communication, the 4204 Emulation modes provide a means of sending up to
eight unique reports based on defined system conditions. In 4204 mode, the communicator functions as a logical 4204
Relay Module, where each relay number, referred to in the communicator as zone number, can be programmed to send a
report based on the output function programmed in the control panel for that relay. Each relay-zone can also be
programmed to; send a restore message of the reported condition, delay the transmission of messages, and to send reports
only when a conditional zone is triggered (armed).
In single 4204 mode, the communicator supports up to four relay-zones. In Two-4204 mode, the communicator functions
as two 4204 modules, supporting up to eight relay-zones. Refer to the following table.

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4204 Relay Outputs map to zones
First 4204 Zones (device address
entered in Prompt 16):

Second 4204 Zones (device address
entered in Prompt 16, plus 1):

Relay 1 = Zone 1
Relay 2 = Zone 2
Relay 3 = Zone 3
Relay 4 = Zone 4
NOTE: Zone 4 status is not reported
when being used as the conditional
(armed) trigger zone.

Relay 1 = Zone 5
Relay 2 = Zone 6
Relay 3 = Zone 7
Relay 4 = Zone 8
NOTE: Zone 8 status is not reported when
being used as the conditional (armed) trigger
zone.

When using the communicator in 4204 Emulation Mode, DO NOT enable the communicator (or LRR) in control panel
programming. Instead, enable 4204 relay module address(es) and program the appropriate relay activation functions for
the relay-zones being used. In some control panels, it is called “relay programming” and in others it is called “output
device programming.” It is recommended that “close and stay closed” (usually choice 2) action is selected. Selection of
momentary activation will cause the communicator to generate an alarm and NOT a restore, even if the communicator is
programmed to send a restore for the given zone.
In 4204 mode, messages are reported in ADEMCO High-Speed format. Zone alarms (status 7) are reported with “1”
(alarm) or “3” (restore) displayed in the zone position for the respective zone (e.g. alarm on zone 2: 5155 5555 7; restore
5355 5555 7). A supervision fault trouble message is automatically sent if the communicator detects no activity on its
connection to the control panel. The message is: 5555 5515 5; restore message is: 5555 5535 5.

Programming Options
PROMPTS

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

1

Strt Prog Mode?
(Y/N)_

[Y], [N]

Enters programming mode.

2

Enter Password

[0-9, A-F, N, S, T,
X, Y]

If a password has been previously assigned, this
prompt appears.
Enter a 4-digit password
(0-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y).
The next prompt appears.

3

Program Device?
(Y/N)_

[Y], [N]

To begin programming the communicator, press [Y]
and go to Prompt 9: "Device Mode."
To create a password if none has been assigned, press
[N] and go to Prompt 4: "Create Password?."
To change an existing password, press [N] and go to
Prompt 5: "Change Password?."

4

Create Password?
(Y/N)_

[Y], [N]

Passwords can be used to protect account and
programming information.
If no password has been assigned, this prompt appears
after pressing [N] at the "Program Device?" prompt.
If a password is desired, press [Y] and go to Prompt 6:
"Enter Password."

5

Change Password?
(Y/N)_

[Y], [N]

If a password has already been assigned, this prompt
appears after pressing [N] at the "Program Device?"
prompt.
Press [Y] if you want to change the password.
NOTE: To clear an existing password, without
entering a new one, answer [Y] to the "Change
Password?" prompt, then press the [Enter] key when
prompted for the new password and its confirmation.

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PROMPTS

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

6

Enter Password

[0-9, A-F, N, S, T,
X, Y]

This prompt is displayed if [Y] was pressed in Prompt
4 or 5.
Enter a 4-digit password
(0-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y).

7

Verify Password

[0-9, A-F, N, S, T,
X, Y]

Re-enter the password as confirmation.
If the password doesn't match the first entry, the
following is displayed followed by the "Exit Prog.
Mode?" prompt:
Verify Not OK
PSWD not created

Otherwise, the "Exit Prog. Mode?" prompt is displayed
directly.
8

Exit Prog. Mode?
(Y/N)_

9

Device Mode
(ECP)_

[Y], [N]
[ESC]

Exits program mode.
Press [N] to go back to Prompt 3.
Press [ESC] to load factory defaults.
Refer to the Exiting the Programming Mode topic.

• ECP
• 4204 Emu
• Two 4204s

Press the [space] key to scroll through the modes of
operation. Press [ENTER] to select the desired mode.

Setting up E-mail Notifications (Multi-Mode feature)
NOTE: E-mail notification is intended as a convenience for the user, and does not replace Central Station reporting of critical events
(alarms, troubles, etc.).
Users can receive e-mail notification of system events by using the Multi-Mode feature. The following items must be met to use this feature.

In order for the Multi Mode, Remote Access, and Keypad Address programming fields to appear an account must be created in the
AlarmNet Direct website and “Remote Access” must be enabled for the comm device.

The communicator will emulate one or two 4204 relay modules to accommodate system events that are programmed in the control panel.
When programming the communicator, at prompt #10, choose 4204-Sourced so the user can be notified of up to four events, or choose
2-4204-Sourced so the user can be notified of up to eight system events.

The 4204 relay events used to trigger email notifications are defined on the Honeywell Total Connect website, and must correspond to
outputs (relays) programmed in the control panel through Output Device programming.

The Multi-Mode address selected at prompt #11 in the communicator (or at the AlarmNet Direct website) must match the address of a
4204 relay module enabled in the control panel (although you don’t actually connect a module).
If using “2-4204-sourced,” the address of the second module is automatically assigned the next device address after the first 4204. Make
sure that address is also enabled in the control panel.

10

11

(Disabled)_

• Disabled
• 4204 Sourced
• 2-4204 Sourced
• Enhanced Reports

Enable if you want system events sent by e-mail to the
user. Select "4204 Sourced" to send up to four events,
or "2-4204 Sourced" to send up to eight events.
Disable for normal alarm processing and go to Prompt
12 "Primary City ID" prompt.
Select “Enhanced Reports” to enable reporting to TC2
web services. Note, to use “Enhanced Reports” ensure
the control panel is Total Connect 2.0 Ready.

Multi Mode Addr (12)

[01-30]

This address must be programmed if using the MultiMode (e-mail notification) feature. The device address
must be unique from the normal communicator (or
LRR) device address and the Keypad Address used for
Remote Access or Direct Wire downloading.
The address used must also be enabled as a 4204 relay
module in Vista and First Alert control panels.

Multi Mode

NOTE: Account information is provided by the central station administrator.

12

Primary City ID (??)_

[01-99]

Enter the 2-digit primary city ID,
01-99 (decimal).

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PROMPTS

13

Primary CS ID

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

[01-FE]

Enter the 2-digit primary central station ID number,
01-FE (HEX).

(??)

14

Primary Sub ID
(????)

[0001-9999]

Enter the 4-digit subscriber account number, 00019999 (decimal).

15

En. 2nd CS Y/N (N)

[Y], [N]

16

Device Address

[01-30]

Applicable only if the control panel supports Central
Station #1 and #2 Category Enable reporting for the
communicator (or LRR) device (e.g., VISTA-128BP,
FA1660C, etc.).
Used if reporting to a second central station is desired.
The CDMA-X communicates with the control panel as
a communicator (or LRR) device. Enter the ECP
device address.
NOTE: When programming the control panel, enable
the communicator’s (or LRR) output.

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Setting up the Remote Access Feature
Remote Access enables the user to control the security system using a web browser. This feature must be configured at the AlarmNet Direct
website as follows:
• Remote Access must be enabled by selecting "Enabled" at the Remote Access prompt.
• A keypad address must be enabled in the communicator in order for it to communicate with the control panel.
• At the “Keypad Type” prompt, select the appropriate Keypad.

17

Remote Access Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]

Press [Y] to allow the end user to access their system
via a website. Availability of this service is controlled
by the dealer via the web-based programming tool on
the AlarmNet Direct website.

18

Keypad Address

[01-30]

NOTE: This prompt will only appear if the Remote
Access feature has been enabled.
Must be programmed if using the Remote Access
feature. Enter the appropriate device address.

• 24 Hour
• None
• 30 Day

The AlarmNet network must hear at least one
supervisory message from the communicator during
this supervision period; otherwise, AlarmNet notifies
the central station that a communication failure has
occurred. (If the supervision period is changed after
registration, you must re-register the communicator.)
Press the [space] key to scroll through choices.
NOTE: Must be 24 hour for compliance agency.
The old alarm time sets how long an undeliverable
alarm is retried for delivery to the central station. If
the message is not validated, it is retried until the old
alarm time is reached or the message is validated.
Press the [space] key to scroll through choices.
NOTE: Must be 10 minutes for compliance agency.

(28)_

19

Supervision
(24 Hours)_

20

Old Alarm Time
(10 Minutes)_

21

Cell Flt Time
(00 mins)_

• 10 Minutes
• 15 Minutes
• 30 Minutes
• 1 Hour
• 2 Hours
• 4 Hours
• 8 Hours
• 12 Hours
• 24 Hours
[00-99]
[00] = not
used

In the event the communicator detects a
communication path failure, enter the time delay (in
minutes) before the communicator notifies the control
panel with a trouble message. The control panel can
then notify the central station.
NOTE: Must be one (01) minute for compliance
agency.
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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide
PROMPTS

22

Telco Zone
(0)_

ENTRY
only
4204
2-4204

OPTIONS

4204: [1-4]
2-4204:
[1-8]
[0] = not used

23

Open/
Close Zone (0)

only
4204
2-4204

4204 Mode: If any zone is programmed for "report
only if armed," zone 4 cannot be used as a Telco
zone.
2-4204 Mode: If any zone is programmed for "report
only if armed," zone 8 cannot be used.
NOTE: Connect the Telco line fault output (or relay
output programmed for "Telco line fault") to the Telco
zone.
Enter the zone number to be used for open/close
(arm/disarm) reports. This zone assignment must be
unique from the Telco zone selected in Prompt 22.

4204: [1-4]
2-4204:
[1-8]
[0] = not used

24

Restore Zn1 Y/N
(Y)

25

Delay Zn1 (secs)
(00)

26

Rpt Zn1 ONLY if
Armed
(N)

27

Restore Zn2 Y/N
(Y)

28

Delay Zn2 (secs)
(00)

29

Rpt Zn2 ONLY if
Armed
(N)

30

Restore Zn3 Y/N
(Y)

31

Delay Zn3 (secs)
(00)

DESCRIPTION

See "Important Information Regarding Zone Input
Options" on previous page.
Enter the zone number to be used for Telco line fault
reports. This zone assignment must be unique from
the open/close zone selected in Prompt 23.

4204 Mode: If any zone is programmed for "report
only if armed," zone 4 cannot be used as an
open/close zone.
2-4204 Mode: If any zone is programmed for "report
only if armed," zone 8 cannot be used.
NOTE: Connect an open/close (arm/disarm) trigger (or
relay output) from the control panel to the open/close
zone.

only
4204
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 1.

only
4204
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 1.

only
4204
2-4204

[Y], [N]

[00] = no delay
Reports alarms on zone 1 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports alarms on zone 1.

only
4204
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 2.

only
4204
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 2.

only
4204
2-4204

[Y], [N]

[00] = no delay
Reports alarms on zone 2 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports alarms on zone 2.

only
4204
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 3.

only
4204
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 3.

[00] = no delay

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PROMPTS

32

Rpt Zn3 ONLY if
Armed
(N)

33

Restore Zn4 Y/N
(Y)

34

Delay Zn4 (secs)
(00)

35

Rpt Zn4 ONLY if
Armed

ENTRY
only
4204
2-4204

OPTIONS

[Y], [N]

If [N], always reports alarms on zone 3.
only
4204
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 4.

only
4204
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 4.

only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

[00] = no delay
Reports alarms on zone 4 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).

(N)

36

Restore Zn5 Y/N
(Y)

37

Delay Zn5 (secs)
(00)

38

Rpt Zn5 ONLY if
Armed

If [N], always reports alarms on zone 4.
only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 5.

only
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 5.

only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

[00] = no delay
Reports alarms on zone 5 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).

(N)

39

Restore Zn6 Y/N
(Y)

40

Delay Zn6 (secs)
(00)

41

Rpt Zn6 ONLY if
Armed

If [N], always reports alarms on zone 5.
only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 6.

only
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 6.

only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

[00] = no delay
Reports alarms on zone 6 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).

(N)

42

Restore Zn7 Y/N
(Y)

43

Delay Zn7 (secs)
(00)

44

Rpt Zn7 ONLY if
Armed

If [N], always reports alarms on zone 6.
only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 7.

only
2-4204

[01-15]

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 7.

only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

[00] = no delay
Reports alarms on zone 7 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).

(N)

45

Restore Zn8 Y/N
(Y)

DESCRIPTION

Reports alarms on zone 3 ONLY if the conditional zone
(zone 4 in 4204 mode; or zone 8 in 2-4204 mode) is
triggered (armed).

If [N], always reports alarms on zone 7.
only
2-4204

[Y], [N]

Enables restore reporting for
zone 8.

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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide
PROMPTS

46

Delay Zn8 (secs)
(00)

47

ENTRY
only
2-4204

OPTIONS

[01-15]

[00] = no delay
[Y] = review
[N] = exit

Review? Y/N

DESCRIPTION

Defines the reporting delay in seconds for zone 8.

Reviewing Programming Mode Entries
To review the programming options (to ensure that the
correct entries have been made), press [Y]. The
programming prompts are displayed again. Use the
up/down arrow keys to scroll through the program
fields without changing any of the values. If a value
requires change, simply type in the correct value.
When the last field is displayed, the “REVIEW?”
prompt again appears.
To exit the programming mode, press [N] in
response to the "REVIEW?" prompt, and refer to
Exiting Programming Mode topic.

ECP Status Codes
The communicator sends status messages to the control panel to report various failures. Some control panels, (e.g.,
VISTA-10P, VISTA-15P and VISTA-20P Series) display these status codes on the keypad as “LngRng Radio” followed by a
4-digit code. Commercial panels can supervise the communicator by way of its ECP address, ex: 03. For example, if the
communicator is disconnected, if it's not registered, or the communicator is deactivated, a "Check 803" will be displayed.
The control panel will display a fault message if any of the events listed below occur.



Module lost communications with the control panel.
Module lost contact with AlarmNet.
Module is not registered; account not activated.
Module shutdown.

In addition, the Contact ID codes for some of these conditions are reported by the control panel and sent by AlarmNet to
the central station.

Exiting the Programming Mode
To exit the programming mode, press [N] in response to the "REVIEW?" question. Then press [Y] to the "Exit Prog Mode?"
question. Upon exiting, the message “Checking Root File TX Path” will be displayed, and the configuration file at the
server is updated to log the changes made. When complete, the message "DONE" is displayed to indicate the file was
successfully uploaded.
If critical configuration changes were made, such as the mode of operation, the communicator will reset to ensure that the
programming features are enabled.

If the file is not successfully uploaded, one of the following prompts will be displayed. Follow the steps shown below until
the upload is successful.
Display
Cannot Upload
Try Again? Y/N_
Failed to Update
Root File!

Description

What to do

Communicator has not yet
initialized.

Wait for SIGNAL (green) LED to be lit.
Press [Y].

Network problem, or you answered
"N" to "Cannot Upload Try Again?"
prompt.

Initiate the Force Server Update command by
pressing the [0] key.

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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide

Setting Factory Defaults
To reset the programming options to factory-default values, press [ESC] at the "Exit Prog Mode?" prompt.
Set Default?

Press [Y] to reset factory default values.
Press [N] to cancel this function.

Y/N_

If you press [Y], all programmed values and password are reset to the original factory settings.
After pressing [Y], the Create Password prompt appears (see Programming step 4).

Registering the Communicator
Once you have programmed the communicator, it must be registered to enable the AlarmNet account. Registering the
communicator activates the account with AlarmNet and enables the security system's control panel to send reports. You
can register by using one of the following methods:

AlarmNet Direct website

7720P Programming Tool

Test Message / Registration switch

Phone

The top display LED will indicate the communicator's registration status as follows: (Refer to the Summary of
Connections topic.)
LED
REG
(green)

Indication
ON – Module is NOT registered with AlarmNet.
OFF – Module is registered with AlarmNet.

You can monitor the registration process by viewing the display LEDs. The TX/RX (yellow) LED and the REG (green)
LED will blink slowly in unison while registration is in progress.
When the registration successfully completes, the communicator enters a normal operating mode; the REG (green) LED
goes out and the TX/RX (yellow) LED is lit to indicate that the power-on / reset message is waiting to be sent. This
message will appear at the receiving station as “E339 803”. The description may read “Trouble – Exp. Mod. Reset”. If
registration is not validated within 90 seconds, the communicator times out, and the REG (green) LED will be lit solid.

Registering through the AlarmNet Direct Website
To register the communicator via the website, go to: https://services.alarmnet.com/AlarmNetDirect
Log in and follow the on-screen prompts. If you are not signed up for this service, click on “Dealer Signup” from the login
screen to create an account. You will be instructed how to proceed upon completing the sign-up form. Only one sign-up
per dealer is required. Once an initial user is established, additional logins may be created by that user.
NOTE: Central Stations can sign up by contacting AlarmNet Support at
800-222-6525 and selecting option 1.
(Monday–Friday 8:00 am to 9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm ET)
Please have the following information available:



Primary City ID (two-digit number).
Primary Central Station ID (two-digit hexadecimal number).
Primary Subscriber ID (four-digit number).
MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on the box and inside the communicator).

After the communicator is registered, you may log out of the AlarmNet Direct website.

Remote Services

The dealer/installer will set up the customer account and define the events to be notified of. These events match the
output relay triggering events that were programmed in the control panel.
At the AlarmNet Direct website, refer to the online "AlarmNet Direct User Guide" for information on configuring the
hardware and creating a Total Connect web account for the customer.
For TC1 compatible communicators, 4204 Multi-Mode must be used.
For TC2 compatible communicators, Enhanced Reports must be enabled.

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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide
Once the dealer assigns a login name and password, the customer will receive a “Welcome” e-mail message with their login
name along with some helpful information. The customer will receive another e-mail message with their password. They
will then be able to receive notifications, and access their system via the Total Connect website or using their cell
phone/Smartphone that supports GPRS and Text Messaging (SMS).

Registering Using the Test Message/Registration Switch
Initiate the registration sequence by clicking
the TEST MESSAGE / REGISTRATION switch
three times.

TEST MESSAGE /
REGISTRATION
Switch

Registering Using the 7720P Programming Tool
The interactive registration feature allows the installer to register the communicator through a series of keyboard
commands on the 7720P Programming Tool. This method of registration lets the installer monitor the registration
process.
Registering …

Once the installation is complete, press the [Shift] plus the up arrow [↑] on the 7720P. The
registration message is sent and the unit waits for the acknowledgment.

Registration

If this is a new installation and the city, central station, and customer numbers have been
correctly entered, the communicator is registered and this message is displayed. The
communicator is now in full service and available for alarm reporting to the central station.

SUCCESS
Possible Errors
Registration BAD

Displayed if no response to the registration request is received.

Timed Out
Registration BAD
Pri Sub ID BAD
Registration BAD
Pri ID – Need PIN

Indicates the city, central station, or customer number for the labeled account(s) is not
accepted. The ID information was either entered in error, or the central station failed to preauthorize programmed ID numbers with AlarmNet customer service.
Displayed if this is a repair/replacement, or an error was made in programming the Primary
account information of the communicator for an existing account. This prompt appears for 2
seconds. See the Replacing an existing communicator topic.

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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide

Replacing an existing communicator
This prompt appears after pressing the down arrow [↓] on the 7720P. Enter a 4-digit
alphanumeric PIN number provided by your central station, your dealer or an authorized
AlarmNet representative.

Enter PIN#

Press the [ENTER] key.
Registering …

The registration message is sent and the unit waits for acknowledgement.

Registration

If the PIN is valid, the new communicator is registered and the old unit unregistered.
Additionally, AlarmNet sends a substitution alarm to the central station.

SUCCESS
Registration BAD

If you entered an invalid PIN, the appropriate message is displayed depending on which account
number is being replaced (see above for exact wording). The registration process is repeated.
NOTE: Each attempt causes a substitution alarm to be sent to the central station.

Registering by Phone
You can register the communicator by calling the AlarmNet Support at 1-800-222-6525 (Option 1). (Monday–Friday 8:00
am to 9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm ET) You will need the following information:


MAC ID and CRC (located on the box and inside the communicator).
Subscriber information (provided by the central station), including a city code, CSID, and subscriber ID.
When Instructed to do so, triple click the TEST MESSAGE / REGISTRATION switch.

Diagnostic Commands
The 7720P programming tool can be used to view the connectivity settings and options. To invoke diagnostic commands;
such as [A], [B], [C], etc., the [shift] key MUST used. For example, [shift] + [A] displays the software revision.

Module Identification Displays
[A]

CDMA-X RIS
x.x.xx
mm/dd/yy

Software Revision

[B]

MAC xxxxxxxx
MAC CRC xxxx

MAC Address
“xxxxxxxxxxxx” indicates the communicator's unique identification number.
"yyyy" indicates the MAC CRC number. These numbers are located on the box and inside the
communicator.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the [BS] key to go to the previous field.

ESN xxxxxxxx

ESN (Electronic Serial Number)
A unique number that is used by the carrier to enable/disable it from the network.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the [BS] key to go to the previous field.

[C]

Mon 01 Jan 2001
05:48:39 AM

Time

[D]

Encryption Test
AES Passed!

Encryption Test

"x.x.xx" indicates the installed software revision.
Mm/dd/yy indicates month, day and year of the revision.

Retrieves the current date and time from the AlarmNet network in Greenwich Mean
Time (GMT). This display confirms that the communicator is in sync with network.
Performs a self-test of the AES encryption algorithm.

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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide

Status Displays
[E]

Service

RSSI
1X/EVDO
-xxxdbm stat

REG
x

Status Display Screen 1
RSSI – RSSI level in dBm.
Communicator is on 1X/EVDO network where “stat” can be:
Good
RSSI –20 to –90 dBm
OK
RSSI –91 to –100 dBm
Marginal RSSI –101 to –106 dBm
Bad
RSSI –107 to –150 dBm
REG – Registration status where “x” can be:
N – Not Registered
H – Registered Home
S – Searching
D – Registration Denied
R – Registered Roaming
? – Unknown Registration State
Press the [space] key to go to the next screen.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the last screen.

RAN
1X

Ec/I0 (dBm)
-xxx

Status Display Screen 2
RAN – Radio Access Network. (1X or IS-95A)
Ec/I0 – Ratio of channel power to traffic power; roughly equivalent to noise ratio. A
number closer to zero is better.
Very Good
0

-1

-2

-3

Good
-4

-5

-6

Poor
-11

SID
xxxx

Cell
N/A

NID
xxxxx

Channel
xxx

-12

-13

-7

Fair
-8

-9

-10

-11

High Noise
-14

-15

-16

-17

-17

-19

-20

Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.
Status Display Screen 3
SID – System Identification, identifies the cell network in the local area.
NID – Network Identification, identifies the overall network.
Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.
Status Display Screen 4
Cell – Base Station ID
Channel – Control Channel in use.
Press the [space] key to go to the next screen.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.

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CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide

Program Mode
Displays either ECP mode or the zones if 4204 / two-4204 was chosen.
Flt
Displays the communicator fault status.
OK = Normal, No fault.
G = No network connectivity over CDMA and fault time has expired.
g = No network connectivity over CDMA and fault time has NOT yet expired.

[S]

ECP

[T]

Test Msg Sent

Test Alarm
Sends a Test alarm to AlarmNet. Functional for a registered communicator only. If
the device is not registered, a message is displayed indicating that the command
cannot be executed.

[X]

Reset CPU Y/N

Reset the communicator.
Pressing [N] returns to normal mode.
Pressing [Y] resets the device.
Note, this resets the CPU and does not affect the programming.

[Shift]
[↑]
(UP arrow)

Registering …

Registration
Registers a programmed communicator with AlarmNet.

Flt
OK

[↓]
(DN arrow)

Enter PIN#

Registration with PIN for Replacement Module
Registers a replacement communicator with AlarmNet, once programmed, using the
existing PIN #.

[0]

Force Server
Update?
Y/N

Force Upload of Configuration File to Server
Pressing [Y] will force the device to upload its entire configuration file to the server.
Pressing [N] cancels the operation.
NOTE: If the communicator is not initialized when you enter this command, the
following screen will be displayed:
Cannot Upload
Try Later! _

Wait for the SIGNAL (green) LED to light, indicating the communicator has
completed its initialization, and try again.
[ENTER]

Strt Prog Mode?
Y/N_

Enter Program Mode
Press [Y] to enter program mode; otherwise, press [N].

Central Station Messages
The following messages are sent to the Central Station by AlarmNet for the conditions listed below. NOTE: The control
panel sends its own general code (E353) for a trouble condition.
Alarm Condition
Power On / Reset (xx=device address)
ECP Supervision
Communication Path Supervision
Code Download Begin
Code Download End Successful
Code Download Failed
Test

ECP Mode
Alarm Code
Restore Code
E339 C08xx
E355 C0000
R355 C0000
R350 C0951
E903 C0803
n/a
R903 C0803
E904 C0803
5555 5555 9

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4204 Modes
Alarm Code
Restore Code
5551 5555 6
5555 5515 5
5555 5535 5
5555 5553 5

5555 5555 9

CDMA-X Installation and Setup Guide

Glossary
AES
CDMA

CRC
ECP

IMEI

Advanced Encryption Standard
Code Division Multiple Access cellular technology. Uses
spread spectrum technology and unique transmitter coding to
share channels and bandwidth without interference between
users.
Cyclic Redundancy Check used to confirm validity of MAC ID.
Enhanced Console Protocol, is a proprietary bus used in
Honeywell control panels to communicate with keypads and
peripheral devices. It uses four wires; power, ground, data in,
data out.
International Mobile Equipment Identity number.

LRR

Long Range Radio, an older term now referred to as
communicator. A broader term communications module or
communications device may also be used.

MAC ID

Media Access Code, this is a unique address assigned to every
network communications device. Typically it is located on
the communicator label, and on the box.

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LED and Wiring Information
LED
REG
(green)

TX/RX
(yellow)

FAULT
(red)

SIGNAL
STRENGTH
(green)
ALL

DESCRIPTION
ON – Module is NOT registered with AlarmNet.
OFF – Module is registered with AlarmNet.
FAST BLINK – Download session with Compass in progress.
SLOW BLINK – In unison with yellow LED – Registration in progress.
PERIODIC FLASH – module has been deactivated in network coverage
ON – Message transmission pending.
QUICK PERIODIC BLINK - Normal
FAST BLINK – Message waiting for network ACK.
SLOW BLINK – In unison with green LED – Registration in progress.
PERIODIC BLINK – Module has been deactivated in roaming coverage
ON – No contact with network.
OFF– Normal.
SLOW BLINK – Loss of communication with the panel (ECP fault).
FAST BLINK – No network contact AND loss of communication with the control panel.
PERIODIC FLASH – Module has been deactivated in roaming coverage
ON – Minimum required signal strength is present.
OFF – Installation is not recommended.
FAST BLINK sequential – Over the air (OTA) firmware update in process

(except signal
strength green)
(BLINK = equal ON and OFF time; FLASH = brief ON, longer OFF time)

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User's Manual.
Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires the following statement
for your information:
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:






If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor antenna installed.
Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.
Move the radio or television receiver away from the receiver/control.
Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to the receiver/control.
Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet so that it and the radio or television receiver are on different branch circuits.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
RF Exposure
WARNING: The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least
7.8 in (20 cm) from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna(s)
or transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi-transmitter product procedures.

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS

If an external cellular radio antenna is used, the antenna may be installed or replaced ONLY by a professional installer.

TO THE INSTALLER

For the CDMA-X, the external antenna must not exceed a maximum directional gain (including cable loss) of 3.2 dBi at 850
MHz and 2.3 dBi at 1900 MHz

SUPPORT & WARRANTY
For the latest documentation and online support information, please go to:
https://mywebtech.honeywell.com/
For the latest warranty information, please go to:
www.honeywell.com/security/hsc/resources/wa.

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