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PROA7
/PROA7
PLUS
Series


Installation and Setup
Guide



























800
-
2
5082
A

10
/
20



Rev.
A


PROA7
/
PROA7
PLUS


RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER PROTECTION

The Following Recommendations for the
location of fire and burglary detection devices help provid
e prope
r coverage for the protected
premises
.
Recommendations for Smoke and Heat Detectors

With regard to the number and placement of smoke/heat detectors, we subscribe to the recommendations contained in the National
Fire Protection Association's (NFPA
) Standard
#72 noted below.


Early warning fire detection is best achieved by the installation of fire detection equipment in all
rooms and areas of the household as
follows: For minimum protection a smoke detector should be installed outside of each separate
sleepin
g area, and on each additional
floor of a multi
-floor family living unit, including basements. The installation of smoke detectors
in kitchens, attics (finished or
unfinished), or in garages is not normally recommended.


For additional protection
the NFPA
recommends that you install
heat
or
smoke detectors
in the living room, dining room, bedroom(s),
kitchen, hallway(s), attic, furnace room, utility and storage rooms, basements and attached garages.

In addition, we recommend the following:


Install
a smoke d
etector inside every bedroom where a smoker sleeps.


Install a smoke detector inside every bedroom where someone sleeps with the door partly or completely closed. Smoke could be
blocked by the closed door. Also, an alarm in the hallway outside may
not wake up
the sleeper if the door is closed.


Install a smoke detector inside bedrooms where electrical appliances (such as portable heaters, air conditioners or humidifiers) are
used.


Install a smoke detector at both ends of a hallway if the hallway is mor
e than
40
feet (12 meters) long.


Install smoke detectors in any room where an alarm control is located, or in any room where alarm control connections to an A
C
source or phone lines are made. If detectors are not so located, a fire within the room could
prevent t
he
control from reporting a fire
or an intrusion.


THIS CONTROL COMPLIES WITH NFPA REQUIREMENTS FOR TEMPORAL PULSE SOUNDING OF
FIRE NOTIFICATION APPLIANCES.




Recommendations
for Proper Intrusion Protection


For proper intrusion coverage, sensor
s s
hould b
e located at every possible point of entry to a home or premises. This would include
any skylights that may be present, and the upper windows in a multi
-level building.


In addition, we recommend that radio backup be used in a security system. Thi
s ensures
that alarm signals can be sent to the alarm
monitoring station in the event that the communications
are out of order (if connected to an alarm monitoring station).


This
Honeywell Home
security system is designed for use with devices manufactured
or approv
ed
by Resideo Technologies, Inc.,
through its subsidiary Ademco Inc. (“Resideo”). Your security system is not designed for use with any device that may be atta
ched to
your security system's touchpad or other communicating bus if Resideo has not appr
oved su
ch device for use with your security
system. Use of any such unauthorized device may cause damage or compromise the performance of your security system and affect

the validity of your Resideo limited warranty. When you purchase devices that have
bee
n manuf
actured or approved by Resideo you
acquire the assurance that these devices have been thoroughly tested to ensure optimum performance when used with your securi
ty
system
.
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- i -
Table of Contents

Syst
em Features
.........................................................................................................................................................................1

Proper Installation Steps
...........................................................................................................................................................3

Creating a Customers Account
.................................................................................................................................................4

Customer Information
............................................................................................................................................................4

Security
.................................................................................................................................................................................4

Total Connect 2.0
..................................................................................................................................................................5

Connec
t the
Control Panel
.........................................................................................................................................................6

Backup Battery Installation
....................................................................................................................................................6

Installing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
...................................................................................................................6

System Low Bat
tery Messages
......................................................................................................................................6

Replacing the Rechargeable Backup Battery
.................................................................................................................7

Wall Mounting
........................................................................................................................................................................7

Desktop Mounting
..................................................................................................................................................................8

Communication Modules
.......................................................................................................................................................9

Installing the PROLTE Series Cellular Comm
uni
cations Module
...................................................................................9

Installing the PROWIFIZW Wi
-Fi and Z
-Wave Communications Module
.....................................................................
10

Installing the PROTAKEOVER Wireless Converter
Mo
dule
.........................................................................................
11

AC Power
............................................................................................................................................................................
12

Initial Configuration
..................................................................................................................................................................
13

Configure Wireless Dev
ice
s ....................................................................................................................................................
14

Sensors
...............................................................................................................................................................................
14

Range
..................................................................................................................................................................................
14

Frequency Agility
.................................................................................................................................................................
14

One
-Go
-All
-Go
.....................................................................................................................................................................
14

Smoke / CO Maintenance
...................................................................................................................................................
14

Transmitter Supervision
.......................................................................................................................................................
14

Transmitter Battery Life
.......................................................................................................................................................
15

Testing Signal Strength
.......................................................................................................................................................
15

Keypad / Touchscreen Setup
..............................................................................................................................................
15

PROSIXLCDKP Wireless Keypad
.......................................................................................................................................
15

PROWLTOUCH Wireless Touchscreen
..............................................................................................................................
16

Connecting
the PROWLTOUCH to Wi
-Fi
.....................................................................................................................
17

Configuring Programming
.......................................................................................................................................................
19

Touchscreen Display
...........................................................................................................................................................
19

Navigation Keys/Home Screen
............................................................................................................................................
20

Master User Options
............................................................................................................................................................
21

Programming
.......................................................................................................................................................................
22

Setting up the Communication Links
............................................................................................................................
22

Registration Programmi
ng and Testing
........................................................................................................................
22

Zone Response Type Definitions
.........................................................................................................................................
22

Zone Assignments
...............................................................................................................................................................
24

AN360 Programming Fields
.................................................................................................................................................
24

Editing AlarmNet Services
............................................................................................................................................
24

Editing Total Connect 2.0 Services
..............................................................................................................................
25

Configuring Partitions and their Options
.......................................................................................................................
26

Configuring Programming (Continued)
.........................................................................................................................
28

Adding Sensors
............................................................................................................................................................
28

Configuring Programming
(Continued)
................................................................................................................................
29

PROINDMV Setup and Configuration
..................................................................................................................................
29

Adding Keyfobs
............................................................................................................................................................
30

Adding PROSiXLCDKP Keypads
.................................................................................................................................
30

Co
nfiguring Settings
.....................................................................................................................................................
31

System Operation
.....................................................................................................................................................................
35

Keypad/Touchscreen Operation
..........................................................................................................................................
35

PROSIXLCDKP Wireless Alpha Keypad Displays and Operation
................................................................................
35

Keypad Menu Mode
.....................................................................................................................................................
35

Key
pad Supervision
.....................................................................................................................................................
35

PROWLTOUCH Touchscreen Displays and Operation
.......................................................................................................
36

Master User Options
....................................................................................................................................................
36

Amazon Alexa
.....................................................................................................................................................................
37

Events
.................................................................................................................................................................................
37

Wi
-Fi Settings
......................................................................................................................................................................
37
PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- ii -
Sy
ste
m Displays
..................................................................................................................................................................
38

Partitioning
...........................................................................................................................................................................
39

Goto Command
............................................................................................................................................................
39

System Clock
.......................................................................................................................................................................
39

Scheduling
...........................................................................................................................................................................
39

Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) (Two
-Way Voice)
...............................................................................................................
39

Security C
odes
....................................................................................................................................................................
40

Programming Security Codes via Control Panel
or Touchscreens
...............................................................................
40

Z-Wave Locks and User Code Push
............................................................................................................................
40

Key
pad User Code Lockout
..........................................................................................................................................
40

Disarming / Cancelling an Alarm / Clearing Alarm Memory
.................................................................................................
41

Rebooting
the System
.........................................................................................................................................................
41

Panic Key/Icons
...................................................................................................................................................................
41

Event Log (Events)
..............................................................................................................................................................
41

Contact ID
®
Ev
ent
Log Codes
.....................................................................................................................................
42

Central Station Messages
............................................................................................................................................
43

Confirming (Testing) the System
............................................................................................................................................
44

Test Modes
..........................................................................................................................................................................
44

Communications Tests
.................................................................................................................................................
44

Walk Test Mode
...........................................................................................................................................................
44

Norm
al Mode Test
........................................................................................................................................................
44

Report
ing Test
..............................................................................................................................................................
45

Automation
................................................................................................................................................................................
46

Introduction to Automatio
n ...................................................................................................................................................
46

Z-Wave Range
.............................................................................................................................................................
46

Additional Z
-Wave Information
.....................................................................................................................................
46

Accessing and
Co
ntrolling Z
-Wave Devices
........................................................................................................................
47

Z-Wave Device Management Screen
..................................................................................................................................
47

Enrolled Devices
..........................................................................................................................................................
47

Including (Adding) Automation Devices
........................................................................................................................
47

Excluding (Removing) Automation Devices
..................................................................................................................
48

Network Wide Inclusion
................................................................................................................................................
49

Local Controller Info
.....................................................................................................................................................
49

Shift Controller
..............................................................................................................................................................
49

Update Network
............................................................................................................................................................
49

Remove All Failed Devices
...........................................................................................................................................
49

Reset Controller
...........................................................................................................................................................
49

Alexa
...................................................................................................................................................................................
50

Bluetooth Disarm
.................................................................................................................................................................
51

Regulatory Agency Statements
...............................................................................................................................................
53

Specifications
...........................................................................................................................................................................
55

SIA Quick Reference Guide
.....................................................................................................................................................
55

NOTES
NOTES
..........................................................................................................................................................................
56

Contacti
ng Technical Support
.................................................................................................................................................
58

PROA7/PROA7PLUS
RESIDENTIAL BURGLAR AND FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
SUMMARY OF
CONNECTIONS
.........................................................................................................................................................................
59

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Installa
tion
and
Setup
Guide

- 1 -

Syst
em Features

The
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
is a self
-contained, rechargeable wireless
Contr
ol Pa
nel
/Communicator that
features easy installat
ion
and
usage.
A b
uilt
-in
speaker provides voice annunciati
on of sy
stem status along with v
oice descriptors of
each zone. I
nternal
modules
allo
w the Control Panel
to communicate with the Central Stati
on vi
a the In
ternet
(if installed)
or
Cellular Wireless
.

System Features

PR
OA7

PROA7PLUS



7.0
-
inch
Color Graphic Touch
s
creen







P
artitions

4

4



Voice Anno
uncement of System and

Zone St
atus







Auto
matic
H
ome (Stay)

Arming







Night
Home (
Sta
y
)

A
rmin
g







User
Co
d
es (Master, Standard, Guest,
Arm Only)

96

96



User code Lockout







Pa
nic Functions (Polic
e, Fire, Medical/Personal

and
S
ilent Police
)






Supports Auxili
ary Wireless T
ouchscreens (
PR
OWLTOUCH
) and Keypad
s
(
PROSIXLCDKP
)






Audio Alarm Verifi
cati
on (A
AV)
(Two
—Way Voi
ce)
-

U
tilizes t
he
Control Panel

and Wireless Touchscreens

for voice

stations







Event
Log

4,000

4,000



RF Ja
m Detection for all supp
orte
d wireless technologies







Exit Error feat
ure (dete
cts di
f
fer
ence between an actual alarm and exit al
ar
m

ca
u
sed

by
leaving a door open after the exit delay expires)







Built
-
in Case Tamper







Opt
ional Wall M
ount Tamper







B
uilt
-
in Camer
a

(
takes a snapshot when

the

system is disarmed from the Main Panel.

They
can
b
e viewed by the user in the panel Ca
me
r
a Log, and
in Total Connect

2.0
.
)






Mul
ti
-
Language (English, French, S
panish, Portuguese)







Screen Saver





Home Automation





Integrated Z
-
Wave

Plus

Support

(requ
ires the
PROWIFIZW

m
odule
)






Su
pports up to 78
Z-Wave devices with the
fol low
ing
maximums:

Light Modules
: 60
Door
Lock: 6

Z-wave
Thermostats
: 6*
Wi
-Fi Therm
ostats:
4*
* Combination

Z
-
Wave & Wi
-
Fi thermostats maximum

=
6








Supports Z
-
W
ave
Net
work

Wide In
clusion (NWI) Mode







Alexa Integration






B
l
ue

Tooth Disarming (B
LE)




Zo
ne
s

and Devices





4

Panel Panic Zones







Intrusion/Fire

Zones

250

250

-

PROSiX

/
SiX


Serie
s devices (sensors
)

127

127

-

5800™ Series wireless tec
hnolog
ie
s (req
uire
s
PROTAKEOVER

m
odule
*
)


* The PROTAKEOVER
module supports co
mmunication
with certai
n
previou
sl y installed
wireless sensors an
d modules.





-

PRO
Si
X Series Keyfobs (8 butt
on)

32

32

-

8

PRO
Si
X Series
K
eypad
s
/Touchscreens

(
supports
PROSIX
L
CDKP

Wireless

Keypad
s and
PROWLTOUCH

Wireless Touc
hscreen)

per
partition







1
0

Temperature Zones







8 Wiselin
k


Motion Viewers




PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 2 -
System
Feat
ures
(Continued
)



Al
arm Output

PR
OA7

PROA7PLUS




Built
-
in

85db

S
o
under








St
eady

O
utput for burgl
a
ry/panic








Temporal (3)
P
u
lse
O
utput for fire alar
ms








Temporal (4)
P
ulse
O
utp
ut for car
bo
n

monoxide alarms





Communication





LTE Cell Communicatio
ns

(
Back
up

pa
th when used
with a
Wi
-
Fi

connecti
on
)





-

PROLTE
-
A

(ATT)





-

PROLTE
-
V (
Verizon)





-


PR
O
LTE
-
CN

(B
ell

-

Canada
)







Wi
-
Fi Central Stat
ion communication

(PROWIFIZW

Re
quired
)





(
included)

Syste
m Power




Primary Power: Plug
-in Power Supply, 110VAC to 9VDC, 2.5A output p/n 300-
10260, (300
-
1
02
60
-
CAN

in
Ca
nada)







Backup

Battery: Rechargeabl
e L
ithium
-
ion Battery Pack
p/n
300
-
10186,

rate
d

at
3.6/4
.2Vdc,

7500 mAH

24-Hou
r
24-Hour

P
r
ogramming






Op
tions stored in
Flash






Can be uploaded, downloaded or controlled using
capable
Cellular
or
Wi
-Fi

Communications Module








Flash

D
ow
nl
oading






Regis
tered, programmed, an
d tested via AlarmNet 360™.
Us
e a PC or Smart

Device to
go to: www.al
armnet360.com
or the AlarmNet360 App.





Agency




UL / ULC Resident
ial Burglary







UL / ULC R
esident
ial
Fire






UL / ULC Commercial Burglary





PROA7/
PRO
A7PLUS
Installation and
Setup
Guide

- 3 -
Pro
per Installation Steps

The
proper
steps fo
r the PROA7/
PR
OA7PLU
S Control Panel
to
be installed are as f
oll ows:

1.
Create
:
Create a Customer Account using
the Alar
mNet 3
60 App or web portal
(www.a
larmnet360.com)

2.
Connect
:
Connect communication sour
ce and power up the
Control Panel
. All
ow the system to re
gister wit
h AN360.

a. Ins
tall Cellular C
ommunicator
(PROL
TE
-A, P
ROL
TE
-V, or PROLTE-C
N), Wi
-F i/Z-
Wave
(PROWIF
IZW)
modul
e,
and/or
Take
over
(PROTAKEOVER)
module.

b. Mount
the wall p
late or attach the desk stand. Connect power supply wiring
and install an
d connec
t the battery.

c. Secure
the
panel to the backplate and plu
g in t
he
power supply (
allow two minutes for the sys
tem to pow
er up)
and
connect
to a Wi
-F i network
when pro
mpted.

d. Allo
w the panel
to connect
to AN360 and download any programming that has been setup earl
ier.

3.
Co
nfi
gu
re:
Progra
m the system (e
nroll s
ensors, keypad
s, Keyfobs
, Z-Wave, users, & settings)
.
NOTE:
The
Control
Panel
auto-
syncs with every
program change.

4.
Confirm
:
Test the system and confirm that all programmed sensor
s are operational
and rep
orti
ng to the C
entr
al Station.

5.
Commission
:
Commission the system
and train the c
ustome
r on the pr
oper
use of t
he
PROA7/
PROA7PL
US
Control
Panel
and
Total Connect
2.0
.
PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 4 -
Creating a Customer
Account

From the programming menu select "+
New A
ccount
" in th
e upper
right
-hand
corner of t
he page.
Next
, select t
he panel
type as
ProSe
ries.

Customer Informa
tion

New or Exi
sting
Cus
tomer

Sele
ct "New
Customer"
or
"Existing C
ustomer"
(if creating additional account for one
customer)

Customer Type

Se
lect the "Cust
om
er
Type" as
Residenti
al or Com
mer
cial

Customer Name a
nd
Contac
t d
etails

Ent
er the first and last name
; home,
wor
k, and ce
ll phone numbers
; customer
's email
address

Security

Location


Location Name

Enter the location
name such as Home, Vacation Home, etc.
(used wi
th Total Connect 2.0)

Dealer
Refe
rence ID

Enter the internal account number specified f
or the customer
. The max
imum character lim
it is
25.

Sold By

Type
the name of the
Salesperson

Installed By

Type the name of the i
nstallation technician

Cont
ra ct End D
ate
Se
t the contrac
t end date by selecting t
he month, year, and
date in the calendar

Address


Country

Select t
he country
from t
he
drop-down
list

Addres
s Line
1
Type the address of the customer

Address Line 2

Type the address of the c
ustomer

City
Type
the City of the cus
tomer

State/Territory

Fr om the drop-down
list
, select the state of
the customer

Zi p Code

Ty
pe the zip
code o
f the customer
. N
OTE: th
is is not a mandatory field. If you have selected
Total Connect
account during
Account Crea
tion, ensu
re to add the zip c
ode.

Notes

Type any extr
a information related to the customer

Control Panel


Type

Choose t
he
Control Panel
type from the drop
-down
list
Re
vision

Select the correct revision of the control being installed

Would yo
u like t
o enter the
MAC
ID now?

Se
lect
"Ye
s" and enter the MAC I
D and CRC of the commu
nicator being install
ed.

Alarm Repor
ting Number

This is
the C
ITY
-CS
-SUB account number for the communicator.

Continue

The security acco
unt is verified based on the CITY
-CS
-SUB
, M
AC
ID, and
whether
the
Control Panel
revision
and
communica
tor type are compatibl
e.
Packages

Select t
he required pac
kage from the
drop
-d own
men
u.
Add
-On
s
Two Way Voice

Select to

Enabl
e
two
-way communication between the Control Panel

and the Central Station, f
ollowing
an
alarm condition.

Video Alarm
Verificatio
n
Select to enable Cent
ral Station supported
video alarm ver
ification
.
Advanced
Prote
ction Logi
c
Al ways Enabled and adds
additional assurance that signals are sent
to the Central Station in the event that th
e alarm sy
stem
equipment is
com
promised prior to sending
an alarm
.
Video Serv
ice
Based on the selected service lev
el, the v
ideo clip
from th
e camera is
retained.
(PROA7PLUS O
nly)


PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 5 -
Tota
l Connect 2.0

Create New Account

Select
to create a new Total Conne
ct account
for
the
panel.

Use
Ex
isting Ac
count

Select to use an existing
Total Connect account
for the panel.

TC2
Acc
ount Name

Typ
e a name for the ac
coun
t
TC2
Master User Name

Type
a master user name for the account. This is the Username your customer
use
s when
logg
ing i
n.
TC2 M
ast
er user E
-Mail ID

Type a master user E
-Mai
l ID for the account

Total Connect 2.
0 Pla
n
Select
the To
tal Connect 2.
0 Pla
n
Panel Mas
ter Code

Type the ma
ster code of the panel. This code is available on your Control Panel
.
Loc
ati on Zip
Cod
e
Typ
e the zip co
de
of your locati
on
Pre
-configure To
tal C
onnect
2.0 Account

Sel
ect thi
s feature to enable pre-config
uration of Total Co
nnect 2
.0 account prior to sendi
ng
welcome e
-mails to your customer
.
Does the customer have a
SkyBell Accoun
t?
Base
d on the
account avail
ability, select
the relevant option and proceed
.
End User P
references


Language

From the list, se
lect to p
rogram a u
ser
-fri
endly language f
or the ap
plication.

Time Zone

From the list, select the time zone.

Date Format

Se
lec
t to se
t the date
format
.
Ti me
Format

Selec
t to set the time format
.
Noti
fications

From t
he list of available
notifications, y
ou can cl
ick to:
Se
lect/De
select All, or Select the

relevant notifications
.
Once
all fields have been addressed click "Finis
h"
on the top
-righ
t corner of
the page. A
summary screen is provided
to check
the details again and click
"Con
firm
Creation".
PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 6 -
Connect
the Control Panel

Backup
Battery
Installation

The
Control Panel
is equipped with an
integral, replaceable, rechargeabl
e battery
pack rat
ed
at 3.6/4.
2Vdc
. In the event of an
AC pow
er loss
, the system is
supported by th
e long-life backup
battery
that is superv
ised for c
onnection and for low voltage
conditions. If the b
attery is missing, or a low battery
conditio
n is detecte
d, a “low bat
tery”
message is displayed,
and a report is
sent
to the Central
Statio
n. In addition,
the system beep
s once ever
y 60
seconds to
audibly i
ndicate a low battery condition
(press any key to
stop the beeping).
Follow the steps and refer
to the figur
e below
to insta
ll and connect the bat
tery
.

Battery Part Nu
mber

Battery Standby

Time

Low Battery

Notification

300
-
10186

24
-
hours (minimu
m)

At least 1
-
hour before battery dep
letion

Installing the Rechargeable
Backup B
attery
1.
Insert the
batter
y pack i
nto
the
case.

2.
Connect the battery co
nnector to the recept
acle on the PC b
oard.

3.
Install th
e side
cover.

4a. Connect the power cable to
the GND and +9V terminals on the wall
mount and to the + and
– terminals
on the P
ow
er
Supply
. Refer to the W
iring
Ta
ble
(on pa
ge
9) for maximum
wire gauge
and length.

Do not apply power at this time
. OR

4b. Con
nect th
e power supply connector to the recept
acle on the desk mount
.
Do not apply power at this time.


NOTE:
If usin
g the opti
onal wall mo
unt configuration,
refer
to the
wa
ll m
ounting proce
dure. If using the Desk Mount
refer to the
des
k mounting procedur
e.






Rechar
geable batter
ies may take up to 24
-hours to fully charge. The “
System
Low Batt
ery” message
dis
pl ays until
the battery is fully ch
arg
ed.


Sys
tem
Low Battery M
essages
The “System Low Batter
y” message may b
e displayed on the Keypad
s/Touchscreens. The messag
e displays
until the battery is
fully charged. Additionally, when the low battery cond
ition ex
ists the Key
pad
s/Touchscree
ns
emit
one
beep eve
ry 6
0 seconds.
Th
e beeps c
an be silenced by pressing any key on
the
Keypad
s/Touchs
creens.
The beeps only need to be silenced one time
and
they are
not emitted again
. No further action is required. The “Low B
attery” messag
e clear
s auto
matically
wh
en the
batter
y
is fully ch
arged. Ad
ditionally, the system send
s a Low Battery Restore (CID R302) m
essage to the Central Station
. PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 7 -
Connec
t the
Control Panel

(Continued)

Re
placing the Rechargeable Backup Batt
ery
When bat
tery replacemen
t is required,
remov
e e
lectric
al power
(refer t
o the
System Shutdown

section for add
itional information)
and
follow the steps below.

Re
move the battery

1. Unscre
w the screw securing the
Control Panel
to the wall or desk
mount
.
2.
Release the
catch that secur
es the Control Panel
to the wa
ll or d
esk
mount
.
3.
Rotate the Control Panel
and lift
it from the wall o
r desk
mount, being careful not to damage the wiring.

4.
Remove the side cover.

5. Disconnec
t the battery pack connector from the
receptac
le on the
back
of the PC board.

6.
Re
mov
e the b
attery
pack from
the case
.
Install the
replacement bat
tery

1.
Insert
a re
placeme
nt battery pack p/n 300-1
0186
into the Control Panel
.
2.
Connect the battery connec
tor to the receptacle on the PC boar
d.
3.
Instal
l the side cover.

4.
Connec
t the po
we
r supply
connec
tor to the r
eceptacle on
the desk mount.
Do no
t apply power at this time.

5.
Insta
ll the control ont
o the wa
ll or desk m
ount.

6. Ins
tall the screw to secure the control.

7.
Plug the power supply into a 24-hour, 110VAC
non-
swit
ched outle
t. Upon powe
r- up,
the “System
Standby!” sc
reen
displays
.
NOTE
: Allow up to two
minut
es for power
-up.

NOTE:
If a Cellu
lar Comm
unication Module is being
installed, verify the module’s signal strength before sel
ecting a final
mounting location. Refe
r to
Che
cking the
Signal
Strength
in the Communicatio
ns Module section.

Wall Mounting
NO
TE:

When selecting a location for the
Control Panel
, be sure to provide a separation of at least 10 feet bet
ween 2.4GHz
devices such as Wi
-Fi Ro
uters/Acce
ss Points.

For wa
ll mounting follow the st
eps
and r
efer to the figure
below
.
1. Feed the field wir
ing through the appr
opriate openi
ngs in the wall mount
.
2. Attach
the
wall mount
to a sturdy wall
using the provided screws
.
3.
If requ
ired, inst
all an additional m
ounting screw
in the case tamper
.
4.
Align the cleats
on
the
back of the
Control Panel
wit
h the
slots
on the
wall mount as
shown below
.
5.
Snap the Control Panel
into place.

6.
Once attached,
insert the screw
to secure th
e Con
tro
l Panel
to the wall
mount.


PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 8 -
Co
nnect
the Control Panel

(Conti
nued)

De
sktop
Mo
unting
NOTE:

When
selecti
ng a location for the
Control Panel
, be sure to provide a separation of at least 10 feet between 2.4GHz
devices such as
Wi-Fi R
outers
/Access Point
s.

The
PROA
7DM
is intended for use w
ith the PROA7/
PR
OA7PLUS
Control Panel
s and can be posi
tioned at a 60° or
30° angle.

1.

Choose the desir
ed

angle and align the hooks on the desk stand with the slots on the

backplate.

2.

Slide the de
sk

stand

up

to

lock it

in

p
lace.

To use the
other po
sition, fli
p the stan
d the other way before

fitting it to t
he
backplate.


3.

Insta
ll the
PROA7/
PROA7
PLUS

on the

d
esk stand and lock it into place.

4.

Install the set screw.


5
.


Route the power supply ca
bl
e thro
ugh
th
e
ope
ni
ng in

the desk mo
unt and connec
t it to the

receptacl
e on the
PROA7/
PROA7
PLUS
.


PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 9 -
Connect
the
Control Panel

(Continued)

Communication
Modules

Th
e Control Panel
support
s Central Station reporting
using wirele
ss/cellular
and
Wi
-Fi communicat
ions devi
ces
as wel
l as
upload/
download
programming capabil
ity via the Internet. Th
is allows site m
aintenance independent of
Central
Station

monitoring, and modification to sites globally via the Internet.
Additionally
, an internal Z
-Wave module allows
the
Control
Pa
nel

to
support Hom
e Automation functions while a Converter module is used to support other w
ireless technologies
. (P/N
800
-25182

for additi
onal inf
ormation.)
The
Control Panel
is comp
atible with the following
Communication
Modules
:

Model

De
scriptio
n

P
ROL
TE
-
A

LT
E Cellular
C
ommunications Module (
US/Canada, AT&T network)

PR
OL
TE
-
V

LTE C
el
lu
lar Communi
cations Module (
US, Veriz
on network)

PRO
LTE
-
CN

LTE

Cellula
r Commun
ications Module (
Canada
,
Bell)

PROWIFIZW


Z
-
Wave/Wi
-
Fi Communications Module

PROTAKEOV
ER

Wi
re
less
Converter

Mo
dule



RF

Exposure

WARNING:
The
Control Panel
must be instal
led to provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 in (20 cm)
f
rom all p
ersons and not co
-located or ope
rated in conjun
ction with any other tran
smitter except in
acc
orda
nce

w
ith F
CC multi
-
tra
nsmitter pro
duct procedures.



Ensur
e that all electrical pow
er has been removed from the Control Panel
before installing comm
unication

modules
. Refer to t
he

System Sh
ut do
wn
section
for additional informatio
n.
Installing the
PR
OLTE
Se
ries
Ce
llular
Commu
nications Module

Follow the st
eps and r
efer to the figure
below
to install the LTE
Communications Module.


1. Remove electrical power (if a
pplied). Refer to
the
System Shu
tdow
n
section f
or additional
information.

2. Remove the screw s
ecur
ing
the
control to
the

wall mount or desk mount
.
3.
Rotate t
he
Control Panel
and lift
it from the wall
or desk
mount, being careful not to damage the
wiring.

4.
Remove the left si
de
cover.

5.
Insert the module into the slot on the left side of
the
Control
Pan
el as s
hown and
ens
ure the
rece
ptacle is securely
seated
on the Control
Panel
’s ed
ge connector.

6.
Install the set screw

7.
Install the cover

8.
Install the control onto the wall or des
k mount.

9.
Install th
e screw to s
ecure the contr
ol.
10.
Plu
g the po
wer
suppl
y into a 24-h
our, 110VAC
non-switched outle
t. Upon power
-u p, the
“System Standby!” screen
displays
. NOTE:

All
ow up to two minutes for power
-
up.




IMPORTANT:
A
cellular
or W
i-Fi
communicator
is requir
ed to regist
er the
Control Panel
.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 10
-
Conn
ect
the Control Panel

(Continued)

Comm
unic
ation Module
s (Continued)

Insta
lling the
PROWIFIZW
Wi
-Fi and Z
-Wave
Communications Module

Follow the steps and r
efer to the figure
below to install t
he
Wi
-Fi/Z-W
ave Communic
ations Modul
e.
NOTE:
this module comes
preinsta
lled
in the contr
ol (PROA7
PLUS Only).


Ensure th
at all electri
cal power has been removed from the Control Panel
before in
stalling commun
ication
mod
ules.
Refer to
the
System
Shutdown
section for additional information.


1. Remove electrical power (if
app
lie d).
Refer t
o
the
System
Shutdown
secti on for addi
tional
information.

2. Remove the screw securing the contro
l to the
wall mo
unt or desk mount
.
3.
Rota
te the Control P
anel
and
lift it from the
wall
or desk mount, being careful not to
damage the wiring.

4.
Re
move
the lef
t side
cover
.
5.
Insert
the
module int
o the slot on the left side
of the Control Panel
as shown
and ensure the
receptacle is s
ecurely seated on the
Control
Panel
’s edge connector
and secure
d with the
provided screw.

6. Install the cover

7. Instal l the c
ontrol
onto t
he wal
l or desk mo
unt
.
8. Install
the screw to s
ecure the control.


Plug the power supply i
nto a 24-hour, 110VAC
non-switc
hed outlet.
Upon power
-up, the
“Syst
em Standby!” screen displays
.
NOTE:

Allow up to two minutes for power
-
up.


PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 11
-
Conn
ect
the
Control Panel

(Cont
inued)

Comm
unication Module
s (Continued)

Installing the
PROTAKEOVER
Wireless Convert
er Module

Follow the steps and r
efer to the figure
below to install the
Wireless Converter
Module.
Refer to the PROTAKEOVER
mo
dule
Install
ation
Instruction
(p/n 800
-25182)
for additional infor
mation.


Ensure that all electrical power h
as been removed
from the Control Panel
bef
ore installing
communica
tion modules
. Refer t
o the
System Shutdown
section for additional informatio
n.


1. Remove el
ectrical power (
if applied).
Re
fer t
o the
System Shutdown
section
for additi
onal information.

2. Remo
ve the screw securing the control
to the w
all mount
. Rotate the Control
Panel
and lift it from the wall mount,
being careful not to damage the
wiring.

4.
Rem
ove the rig ht si
de cover.

5. Set the rot
ary switch on the
PROTAKEOVER
mo
dule to the setting
associated with the existing wi
reless
sensors and modules and the
Control
Panel
. Refer to the table
for the
supported prot
ocol
s.
6.
Insert
the
PROT
AKEOVER
mod
ule in
to
the
slo
t on the
right side of the
Control
Panel
as shown and ensure the
recep
tacle is securely seated
on the
Control Panel
’s edge connector. Secure
with the prov
ided screw.

7.
Reinstall the ac
cess
cover, taki
ng
care to
avoi
d bending the contracts on the
modul
e.
8. Remove
the existing wal
l mount a
nd

replace with
the wall mount (containing

the integrated antenna)
provide
d with

PROTAKEOVER
module.

Note:
To avoid damaging
the connector pins
on the m
odule, do not force the rear
case during the installation.

9.
Inst
all the contr
ol on the replacem
ent
w
a
ll mount

and secur
e with the screw.







Take Over Modu
le

Rot
ary Switch Sett
ings

Protocol

PROA
7/
PROA7PLUS

5
800

0

2GIG

1

DS
C

2

IT
I/Qolsys

3

Bosch

4


NOTE:
Th
e PROTAKEOVER
module supports communication
with c
erta
in pre
viously inst
alled wireless senso
rs and modules.

Re
fer to PROTAKEOVER
Compatibility chart
(p/n
R800
-26221
or la
ter) for a list of tested a
nd approved vendor
wirel
ess devices.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 12
-
Connect
the
Control Panel

(Continued)

AC Power

The
Control Panel
is po
wered by a 9V
DC, 2.5 Amp Plug-
in Power Supply, 300-
10260
(300
-10260-CAN
in C
anada). Refer to
the wiring table below
for wire gauge and length.

WIRING TABLE

Maximu
m Cable
Le
ng
th Betwe
en

Power Supply
and
Control Panel

Wire
Gauge
(AWG)

Up to 25 feet

(7
.62m
)

#

2
2

Up
to

45 feet (13.
72m)

# 20

Up to 70 feet (2
1.34m)

# 18

Up to 110 f
eet (33.53m)

# 16



U
se only the
300
-
10260 (300
-
10260
-
CAN

Canada) Pow
er Suppl
y. Do not p
lug the power
supply
into th
e AC outlet
until after all wiring
co
nne
ctio
n
s
ha
ve bee
n
made.


Wiri
ng Overview

The following s
ummarizes the electrical
connections associated with the Control Panel
. F
ollow the steps and refer to the
Summa
ry of Co
nnections di
agram for addit
ional
information.

Make
Electrical Connections

1.

Remov
e the Control Panel
’s rear
case/backplate.

2a.
Connec
t the power cable to the
GND and +9V terminals on the Control Panel
and to the + and
– terminals on the Power
Supply. R
efer to Wiri
ng
table for wi
re gauge and length
. OR

2b.
Connect the power supply
con
nector to t
he
receptacle on the Control Panel
.
3. Ins
tall the rear case/backp
late onto the
Control Panel
and secure with the screw.




Summary of Connections

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 13
-
Initial Configuration

QS-163-V0_Initial_Boot_Up
System Sta
rtup
Bootup sequence
Detecting Devices
LTE Communicator
Wi-Fi
/Z-Wave Card
Wirele
ss Takover Module
Communicator Setup

Before connecting
power to the Control Panel
, the
customer
's acc
ount
must be
confi
gured in Alar
mNet 360 (AN360)
located
at www.alarmnet360.com
. Refer
to the Creating Customer
Account
section
abo
ve for m
ore information.


QS-164-V0_Initial_Boot_Up1
System Sta
rtup
Bootup sequence
Detecting Devices
LTE Communicator
Wi-Fi
/Z-Wave Card
Wirele
ss Takover Module
Communicator Setup
Communicator Setup
Cellu
lar
Wi-Fi
Details
DEMO MODE
SETUP
NE
XT

Touch
"Details"
to view the Cellular Communic
ators ID nu
mbers.

If using Wi
-Fi
, touch "Setup"
to config
ure. If n
ot using
Wi
-Fi
, touch
"Next
".
QS-165-V0_Initial_Boo
t _Up2
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Ne
tworks
Add Ne
twork Manually
WPS
Press the WPS button on your router
, then pre
ss here


Touch "Wi
-Fi" Networks to select f
rom a list
of bro
adcasted networks.
Follow
the
on-screen
prompts to connect to the
network.


Touch "Add Network Manually" if connecting to a hidden network.


If using the WPS
opt
ion
to co
nnec
t to the
netwo
rk,
sta
rt the
WPS
process
on
the router
first
, then touch the WPS option on the scre
en.


QS-166-V0_Initial_Boot_Up3
System Sta
r
tup
Bootup sequence
Detecting Devices
L
TE Communicator
Wi-Fi
/Z-Wave Card
Wirele
s
s Takover Module
Communicator Setup
Communicator Setup
Cellu
lar
Wi-Fi
Details
DEMO MODE
SETUP
NE
XT
Connected to Ne
t
work 1

Onc
e connected to the Wi
-F i network touch
"Next"
.
QS-167-V0_Initial_Boot_Up4
Connected
The edge-to-cloud application is connected to the se
rve
r.
REGISTER

After "
Next" was
touched the
Control Panel
attempts to connec
t to the edge-to
-
cloud
ser
ver
in AN360.

Touch
"REGIS
TER" to start the registration process.

QS-168-V0_Initial_Boot_Up5
Registration
Connect with A
larmNet360
Veri
fy account
Download system configuration

The
Control Panel
connects, ver
ifies the account
information, and then
downloads the pre-e
xisti
ng conf
iguration to the Contr
ol Panel
. N
ext, the hom
e
screen appears.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 14
-
Configur
e Wire
less
Devices
Sens
ors

All devices and sensors
are setup, programmed, and tested via AlarmNet 360. Use a PC o
r Smart Device to go to:

www.al
armn
et360.com
or use the AlarmNet360 app. Th
e Control Panel
support
s u
p to 250 total wirel
ess
zones; 127 of which
can be
PROSiX/
SiX™ Series
Wireless while any of them can be 5800 Series or another technology:


PROSiX/SiX™ Series Wirel
ess


5800™
Series wi
rel ess tec
hnologies
(re
quir
es PROTAKEOVER
module)

Communicates with wire
less devices that transmit
on the followin
g frequencies
319.5MHz,
345MHz, 433.42 and 433.92MHz. Refer
to the PROTAKEOVER
Compatibility chart
for a list of compat
ible devic
es. Only one of
these technologies c
an b
e used at one time.



IMPORTANT:

Once pair
ed,
PROSiX/SiX
™ Series transmitters cannot

be used with another
Control Panel

until
they are unpaired
(deleted) fro
m
the current
Control Panel
. When being unpai
red, the tra
nsmitters m
ust
be
pow
ered up and w
ithi
n range of the
Control Panel
so the transmitt
ers can receive the unpairing signal. Dev
ices
can only be unpaire
d via AlarmNet 360. Some SiX™ trans
mitters can be
defaulted manually within 24hrs of being
pai
re
d to the

Control Pane
l
.

Ch
e
ck
t
h
e installat
ion
i
nstructions of that transmitter for details.

Range

The range of any wirel
ess device ultimately de
pend
s on the building construction.
The ranges s
pecified below are typical for
most installation
s.


PRO
SiX/SiX™ Seri
es
Wireles
s has a nomin
al r
ange of 300+ feet @ 2.4GHz.



5800™ Series Wi
reless
has a nominal range of
200 feet @ 345MHz.


Frequency Agility

Communications between
the
Control Panel
and SiX™ Series transmitters are automat
ically mon
itored by the
panel. Wh
en
excessive
envi
ronmental interference (i.e. from Wi
-Fi routers) is detected on the 2.4GHz channel, the
Control Panel

automatic
ally switch
es to a quieter channel t
o allow clear
er communication.


One
-Go
-All
-Go

SiX™ Series t
ransmitter
s are bi
-dire
cti onal, so they not only s
end signals to the Control Panel
, but they al
so receive signals from
the
Control Panel
. If enabled in programm
ing, the Control Panel
sends
a signa
l to all
devices
(i. e. s
moke, CO, or combo
devices)
duri
ng a fir
e or CO alarm
cau
sing
all of those
device
s to sound
. This also
applies t
o PRO
SiX/SiX
Series
Keypads /
Touchscreens
and Sirens, which all s
ound for burg alarms as well.


Smoke / CO Mainten
ance
The
PROSiX/
SiX™
Series smoke detectors an
d smoke / CO
combo detector
s can send “H
igh
Se
nsit ivity” or “Lo
w Sensitivity”
Maintenance signa
ls when they become too dirty to detect sm
oke or if they become too sensitive. End-
of-Life (EOL) is also
supported
for
CO detectors.


Transmitter
Supervisi
on
Each
trans
mit
ter
is supervised by
a check
-in signal that it sends
to the Control Panel
. If at least one check
-in is not received
from each supervised transmitter within
their d
esignat
ed time peri
od, the "missing" transmi
tter
’s zone number
(s) and
"Sup
ervision"
is displ
aye
d and
it initiates
a trouble signal
, no matter if the panel is
armed or disarmed. The supervision for a
transmitter can be disabled by programming it
as “Unsupervised” so that it
may be carrie
d off the premises
, such as a
panic
button. If
set
for Unsupervised,
the
Control Panel
ignore
s ONLY th
e supervis
ion signals it receives from that transmit
ter, but
still recognize
s all other signals,
including Low Battery. Both SiX™ and 5800™ Series trans
mitters
have
built -i n tamper
protec
tion and initiate
s a trouble condit
ion if the
Control Panel
is disarmed and an alarm if
it is armed. Wireless k
eys are not
supervised
.


PROSiX/
SiX
Se
ries Burg and panic transmitters send
a check
-in signal ever
y 60 mi
nutes with
a 12-ho
ur panel
check.



PROSiX/
SiX
Series Life Safety transmitters send a check
-in signal every 60 seconds with a 2
-hour
panel check. These
incl
ude smoke / CO detectors, and
sirens
.


PRO
SiXLCDKP
keypads
are supervised at 15-
minute intervals



5800™ Series
trans
mitt ers send
a chec
k-i n sig
nal every 70
-9 0 minutes wit
h a 12-ho
ur panel check.



A power cycle of the Control Panel
or a “S
ystem
Reboot” via touchscreen restart
s the
12-hour timer.
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 15
-
Wireless Dev
ice
s
(Cont
inued)

Tra
ns
mitter Batter
y Life

Batteries in the wir
eless transmitt
ers may last from 4
–10 years, dependi
ng on the environme
nt, u
sage, and the specific wireless
device being used. Factors such as hu
midit
y, high or l
ow
tempe
ratures, as we
ll as large s
wings in
temperature
may
all re
duce
the actual battery lif
e in any i
nstallation. The wireless system can ident
ify a
true low batt
ery c
ondition, thus allowing the dealer or
end user time to arrange a chang
e of battery and mai
ntain
protection
for that point.
Batter
ies should be
replaced
within 2 weeks
of going int
o a low battery
condition.



IMPORTANT:

SiX™

and
5
800™
S
eries
transmi
tters

draw quick
bursts of current during transmission, then sit idle
with
very
nominal curr
ent
draw
. Most batter
ies are not designed
for this type
of use, t
herefore,
only batteries li
sted
as
co
mpati
ble should be used to attain
if the e
xpecte
d battery lif
e. Ea
ch transmitter’s Installation Instructions list
s
compatible battery m
anufac
turers and t
hei
r par
t numbers.
Wh
en other non
-approved
batteries ar
e u
sed, the
quick
bursts of current d
raw kill t
he battery cells prematurely causing them
to go
low in a matt
er of
months and can also
cause unpredictable results. Other low quality
b
atter
ies have not

be
en UL

t
ested and
po
se a safety h
azard if

used.


Test
ing
Signal
Strength

This system
provide
s a sensor walk
test mode for checking wirele
ss si
gnal s
trength.
T
he battery status and signal strength for
PROSiX/SiX™
Series trans
mitters ar
e displayed
in AlarmNet 3
60
and through t
he
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Control Panel
(pr
ess
Menu > Sensors)
.

Importan
t Security Notice

Please i
nform the User abou
t the
security importance of their wireless key (key fob), and what to do if it is lost.

Explain tha
t the wire
less key is
similar to th
eir keys or acce
ss card. If lost or stolen,
another person c
an co
mpromise th
eir
security system. They
should immediately
notif
y the Dealer/Insta
ller of a lost or stolen wireless key. The Dealer/Installer then
remove
s the
wireless k
ey programm
ing fr
om the s
ecurity system.


Keypad
/ Touchscreen Setup

Th
e PROSI
XLCDKP
mus
t be paired with the
Control Panel
via
the
AlarmNe
t 360
Programming Tool
. Use a PC or Smart Device
to go to: www.
alarm
net3
60.com
or the
AlarmNet360 App.
After putting the system into
Learn M
ode
, power
up each device or
initiate the pair
ing
sequence individuall
y to
pair the keypad
with the s
ystem. The
wired keypads/touchscreens
do
not power up
on batter
y alone; the
y mus
t be power
ed up wi
th their supplie
d transformer.


PROSIXLCDKP
Wirel
ess
Key
pad

The
PR
OSIXLCDKP
keypad
attempt
s to pair au
tom
atically upon power up. If it is not paired during p
ower up, any button can be
pressed or power cycle the unit to re
start the pair
ing
pro
cess.
The
key
pad
can be either wall or desk mounted. Desk mounting
requi
res th
e optional
PROSIXLCDDM
kit . For add
iti onal information refer to the PROSIXLCDKP
Installati
on
and Setup
Guide
(p/n
800
-25152
or later).

The keypad can be e
ither wall o
r des
k mo
unted
using the optional PROSI
XLCDDM kit. For additional infor
mation
ref
er to the
Install
ation and Setup Guide (p/n
R8
00-25933
or later).


When
wiring the wall mount,
use
the wire table below to determine the gauge of wire needed
between the transform
er and

mounting pl
ate. For pro
per wiring
instructions,
refer to
the Instal
lat ion and
Setup Guide (p/n 800-25152 or later).




Maximum Cab
le Length
Between Keypad and

Power Sup
ply

Wire
Gauge

(AWG)

Up to 19ft (5.8m)

#22

Up to 30ft (9
m)

#20

Up to 51ft (15
.5m)

#18
Up to 75
ft (23m)

#16


The keypad
is powered
by a 9Vdc
, 1.5A plug
-in transformer
, P/N 300
-073
32US or 300-0733
2-CAN (Canada. Use
the above chart t
o determine the length of the wire run and the gauge for the installation
.



I
M
PORTA
NT:

The wir
eless
keyp
ad

use
s

SiX™

t
echnolog
y. O
n
ce they
are paired
to
th
e
Con
trol Panel
, they
cannot be
used with another
Control Panel
until it is unpaired (
deleted) f
rom the current
Control Panel
. When
being unpaired, the keypads must be powered u
p and
within rang
e of the
Control Panel
, so they can
receive t
he
unpairin
g s
ig
nal.

Devices must be unpaired
via AlarmNet
360.
PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 16
-
Wireless
Devices
(Continued)

PROWLT
OUCH Wirel
ess Touchscreen

The PROWLTOUCH Touchscreen communicates to the Control Panel
via
Wi-Fi.
The
Control Panel
mu
st have the
PR
OWIFIZW
Wi
-F i module
installed;
and
connec
ted to the same router the
PROWLTOUCH.
Wireless Touchscreens (if
installed),
are functi
onally the sam
e as the Control Panel
. They duplicate the
Control Panel
’s displays
and
functions.
Most
everything
that
can be
done
at the
Control Panel
can a
lso
be don
e at the Touch
screen.
The
PROWLTOUCH
com
municate
s to
the
Control Panel
via Wi
-Fi.
It c
an be either wall mo
unted with the wall
docking station or desk mounted with either
the
built
-in
desk stand
or se
para
te optiona
l desk mou
nt. The buil
t-in des
k stand
option angle
s the touchscreen at approx. 30°
.
NOTE:
when
pairing, the Control Panel
must n
ot be in sensor learn mode.




PROWLTOUCH
Wireless Touchscreen



St
atus LED

Mea
ning

Red
-

Steady

System Armed

Red
-

Flashing

Alarm /
Al
a
rm
Memory

Amber
-

Stead
y

System

trouble

Amber
-

Flashing

Device trouble


System cannot be

armed

Green
-

Steady

Ready to Arm

Green

-

Flashing

Device troub
le
-

System can be arm
ed

G
reen & Red
A
lternately Flashing

System is in Progra
mming Mode

Off

N
ot

rea
dy to
A
r
m

NOT
E:
The power
button has 2 di
fferent functions:


Press and Release toggle
s the s
creen off and on

Press and Hold to d
isplay the options of Power Off or Restart.

T
ou
chs
creen Mounti
ng Options

Built
-
In
Desk Stand




The
tou
chscre
en can be
power
ed by the supplied micro
USB cable and the 5Vdc, 1.5A plug
-in transf
ormer.
For
opti
mal performance, use the s
upplied transformer to c
harge the Lithium Ion Po
lym
er battery.
The battery may not
charge properly if
it’s plugged int
o any
other
USB port.


PRO
WLTOUCHW
M

(Sold Separate
ly)

PROWLTOUCHDM

(Sold Separately)


PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 17
-
Wi
reless
Devices
(Continued)

Connecting
the PROWLTOUC
H to W
i-Fi


1.

After powering u
p the P
RO
WLT
OUCH Touchsc
reen, it
prompts you to enter Wi
-Fi Net
works or Add Network

Ma
nually.


To
pick from
a list
of avai
lable net
works press Wi
-Fi
Networks.



NOTE:
Panel m
ust not
be in Sensor Learn Mode



2.

Select the network.


3.

Ente
r the correct pa
ssword an
d
pre
ss Connect.


NOTE
:
As long as the PROA
7/PR
OA7PLUS is conn
ected to
the s
ame
Wi
-Fi
network
, it acquires
the IP address of the
PROA
7/PROA7PLUS and pa
irs with t
he
Control Panel
.

4.

PROW
L
TOUCH searches for the IP address of the
Control Panel
. When it finds
the
IP addr
ess of the
Control Panel
it displays
:



PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 18
-
Wireless Devices
(Continued)



5.

Enter the 4
-
digit

Installer PIN t
o Pair
with the
Control
Panel
.

6.

Select the Home
partition fo
r

this keypad.

7. Once the PROWLTOUCH is successfully p
aired, it
shows in
AN
360 under keypads. There you can edit
the name
and partition assign
ment
or
delete
the
keypad if desired.

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 19
-
Confi
guring
Programming

Navigating Menus


Touc
hscreen
Displ
ay
The
Control Panel
’s Liquid Cry
stal Display (LCD) touchscr
een
displays variable ic
ons a
nd text on “
screens”. The screen displays
status icons
and associ
ated
text
, the
current
tim
e and date, system status information and menu choices.
The
Menu area
includes a list of c
ommands, or
choices that apply to t
he current selection. The status ar
ea
provides in
for
mation about various
system events
and a co
lored bar
also prov
ides a
n indica
tio n of system status
. A “Home Screen” is displayed whenever p
ower
is
applied to the syst
em.
Sys
tem stat
us is also indicated by
the Power (left) and Status (right)
Status LED
s.


PROA7 /
PROA7PLUS
Control Panel






System Statu
s LED Fu
nc
tion
s

L
ED

Stat
us

Meani
ng

Power (Left)

Green


Steady

AC Connected/Battery Charged


Off

No AC Power

Status

(R
ight
)

Green


S
teady

System Ready to Ar
m


Amber


Steady

System t
ro
ubl
e


Red


St
eady

System Armed


Red Flashing

Alarm or Alarm Me
mo
ry


R
ed
/
G
re
en



F
lashi
ng

Syste
m

i
n Programming mode


Off

Not ready to arm


PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 20
-
Configuring
Programming

(Continued)


Na
viga
tion Keys
/Home Screen

System Status is di
spl
ayed
below t
he large icon on the left side of the t
ouchscreen
. In addit
ion, th
e H
ome Sc
reen displays the
current
weather,
date and time and s
elect
able options are displayed on a separate m
enu.
Select the Menu icon to display the
available Menu options
.
Nav
igati
ng through the screens is accomplished by ligh
tly touchi
ng
the icons
or m
enu
items
on the touchscreen. Once activated,
the
Control Panel
adv
ances
to the next screen, toggles betw
een
options or scrolls throu
gh multiple options that can be selected.
Th
e system pro
vides
a prompt when a specific input is
required.


QS-071-V1
PANIC ICONS
MENU
ALE
RTS
OR
PANE
L OPTIONS
TAB
SYSTEM
STA
TUS
ICON
SYSTEM
STA
TUS
2

Home
Screen
(Pag
e 1
shown
)
Icon

Function


Icon

Function


Arm
ed
Away

Indicates
the system is armed in Away
mode.




A
lexa

Indicates Amazon Alexa has been
enabled.


Arm
ed
Home
Indicates
the system is
armed in Home
(St
ay) mode



Fire

Alerts
Central
Station
of a fire co
ndition.
(Displays zone 995)



Arm
ed
Night

Indicates t
he s
ystem is ar
med in Night

mode




Polic
e

Alerts
Central
Station of a police
emergency. (Displays zone 999
, de
fau
lt
is silent
)

Disarm
ed
Indic
ates the
system is disarmed
and
Ready to Ar
m.


Med
ical

If programmed, alerts C
entral
Station to
other types of emergency. (Displays
zone
996)


Not Ready

Indicates the system is disarmed
and Not
Re
ady
to Arm
.




P
ani
c
K
eys

Access
to programmed Panic Keys such
as Fire, Polic
e, Medical.





Displaye
d when Alert M
essa
ge(s) are
Presen
t


PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 21
-
Configuring
Programming
(Continued)

Master U
ser
Options

Selecting the M
enu ico
n on the Home
Screen
dis
plays the User
options list. Scroll up or down
to view all the available opti
ons.
Th
e list
provides
access
to the
Installe
r and
User co
nfigurable features. Entering the
Installer or
Master Us
er
Code is required to
access the User Tools Menu.
Add
itional
inf orma
tion regar
ding these features can be found
in the User Guide.

Selectio
n

F
unction


Menu

Provid
es access to m
enu

Favorite
s
Provi
des access to
selected Z
-Wave devices for quick access


Devices

Provides access to Z
-Wave functions.


Sen
sors

Pro
vid
es

a
ccess to Z
one information and options


Cameras

Provides access to
b
u
ilt
-
in cam
era and Motion View
er Captures

(PROA7PLUS Only)


Scenes

Pro
vide
s access t
o view and run scenes


Eve
nts

Provides
access
to system events


Settings

Provides access
to system settings


Tools

Provid
es acce
ss t
o User Programm
ing options (
Inst
all er or Master
User Code required for access)



PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 22
-
Configuring
Programming
(Co
ntin
ued)

Progr
am
ming

Setting
up the
Communication Links

Not
e:
Do not con
nect to a receptacle c
ontro
lle d by a switch.
All
ow two minut
es fo
r power
-up.

1.
Plu
g th
e power supply i
nto
a 24
-h our, 110VAC
non-
switched outlet. Upon power
-up, the “Please Standby!”
message
dis
play
s on t
he hom
e screen.

2.
Con
nect the Control Panel
to the local r
outer.


Tools


Maste
r Use
r Code → Wi
-Fi Setting
s → Sca
n for
Netw
ork OR Manually Connec
t to Net
wor
k OR WP
S → Enter
required information OR follow promp
ts → OK

Registration
, Programming
, and Testing

Re
gist
ration, P
rogramm
ing and Testing is
conducted through AlarmNet 360
Program
ming To
ol. On a laptop, PC or
Smart
Devic
e, go
to:
www.alarmnet360.com
or use
the AlarmNet360 app
.
Zone Response Type Definition
s

During programming, you must assi
gn a zo
ne typ
e to each zone, which defines the way
the sys
tem respond
s to
each z
one
in
both
the armed and disarmed states
. Zon
e types
are defined below.

Type

Function

Char
acteristic
s

Not

Used

Use
d to pr
ogram a zone that is not used.



None

Door/Window
Del
ay 1
(Entry/E
xit 1)

Assigned to sensors o
r contact
s

on pri
mary
entry
and
exit do
ors.




Entry
delay #1 timing is programmable.


Ex
it dela
y is independently programmable.


Exit
and entry de
lays
when arm
ed in A
way, Stay or Night
Stay mode.


No entry delay when ar
med in Stay o
r Away Instant modes.



Exit d
elay begi
n
s regar
dless of th
e ar
ming mo
de selected.

Door/Window

Delay 2

(Entry/Ex
it 2)

Ass
igned to sensors or co
ntacts
on
secondary en
try and exit doors that might
be fur
ther from the ke
ypad
(typically used
for a garage, load
ing dock, or
basement
door).


Entr
y delay #2 timing is programmable.


Exit delay
is independently programmable.


Ins
tant al
arm when arm
ed in the
Stay I
nstant or
Away I
nstant
mode.



Exit delay begins regardless of the ar
ming mo
de selected.

Instant Perimeter

(Perimeter)

Assigned to glass
brea
k s
ensors o
r
contacts on exterior
doors and w
indows



Instant alarm when armed
in
any mod
e and during

entry/exi
t
dela
ys.

Inte
rior St
ay/Away

(Interior Follower)


Assigned to motion dete
ctors c
overing an
area (i.e.: foyer, lo
bb
y, or hall
way) that must
be
pass
ed
during en
try/exit delays to re
ach
the
keypad
. Provides an instant alarm if
the
entry
/exit zone i
s not viol
ated f
irst and
protect
s an area in the event an intruder
gains access thro
ugh an
unprotected area.



Follows entry
/e
xit delays

when the delays a
re a
cti
ve.


Ins
tant alarm when armed
in Away or A
way Instant mode.


Bypassed automat
ically
when armed i
n Stay, Ni
gh
t St
ay or
Sta
y Instant mode.

Motion Away
Standard Delay
(Interior with
Delay)

Assigned to motion detectors cov
er
ing an
are
a that includes an
unprot
ected entry/exit
door. Provid
es
entry del
ay (using the
programmed entry t
ime
), if t
ripped
when the
system
is armed in the Away mode.




Initiates Door/Window D
elay #1

(with programmed entry
time) when
armed in
the Away
mode.


Provides Entry and exit delays
when ar
med in the Away
mode.


Instant alar
m when armed in the Away Instant
mo
de.


Byp
assed w
hen the system i
s armed in the Stay or Stay
Instant mode.



Exit delay

regard
less of the arming mode selected.

Night Zon
e

Assign
ed to mot
ion
detectors covering an
area such
as a basement or garage that
shoul
d not be passed through during t
he
night.
Provid
es an ins
tant al
arm if the
entry/exit zone is not violated first and
protects an area in the event an intrude
r
gains ac
cess through an unprot
ected area.
Assigned to
motion
detectors that
are
act
ive
in Night

Stay mode.



Follows entry/exit d
e
la
ys when

th
e de
lays are
active.



Instant alarm when armed in Away, Away Instant, or
Night
Stay mode.


Bypassed automatically
when armed in Stay
or Stay Instant
mode.

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 23
-
Configuring
Program
ming

(Continued)


Zone
Response Ty
pe Definitions
(Cont
inued)

Typ
e

Fun
c
tion

C
har
acteris
tics

Night Zone with
Delay

Assigned to motion dete
ctors c
overi
ng an
area such as a basement
or garage
that
should not be passed thr
ough during the
night. Provi
des an e
ntry delay and protect
s
an area in
the event an intrud
er gains
access
throug
h an unprotected area.
Assigned to motion detectors that
are
active
in Ni
ght Stay mode.



Initiates Door
/Window De
lay #1 (with programme
d entry
time) when armed in the Away and Nigh
t Stay modes.


Instant
alarm when armed in the Away Instant mode.


Byp
assed i
n t
he Stay
and Stay instant modes.


Provides Entry and exit del
ays whe
n arm
ed in Night Stay
mode.

Day Z
one

(Day/N
ight)


Usually assigne
d to a z
one that covers a
sensitive area (i.e
.: stock room, drug su
pply
room, e
tc.) It can also be used on a
senso
r
or co
nta
ct in a
n area where immediate
notification of an entry is d
esired.




Ins
tant alarm, when armed in Awa
y, Stay, N
ight Stay, Stay
Instan
t, or Aw
ay Instant mode.


Provides a l
atched t
rouble sounding from t
he keypad
and, if
desired, a Cen
tral Stati
on
report wh
en
disarme
d (day).

24
-
hour Medical

Ass
i
gned to a personal e
me
rgency
butto
n
or keypad panic. This zone
type is a
lways
active.



Instant
alarm, when
in th
e armed or
disarmed

state (
a
lw
ays
active).



Keypad
sounding onl
y, no bell output.

24
-
hour Au
xi
lia
r
y


As
sig
ned

to
a zone containing a bu
tton for
use in personal emerg
encies
or to
a zone
containing monitori
ng
devices (
i.e.: water or
tempera
ture sensors, etc.).



Sends a report t
o the Ce
ntral Station and pr
ov
ides an alar
m
sound at the keypad
. (There
is no
keypad
timeout.)

Silent Burgl
ar
y

(Silent Burglary)

Assigne
d

to se
nsors

or contacts on exterior
door
s and windows where sirens are N
OT

desired.



Instant alarm, with No aud
ible ind
ication when armed
in
the
Away, St
ay, Stay Instant, Night Stay
, or A
way I
nst
ant mod
e.


Report sent to the Ce
ntral Station.

24
-
hour
CO

(Carbon
Monox
ide
)


Assigned

to any wireles
s zone wit
h a
carbon monoxide de
tector. This zone type
is always active

and can
not be bypassed.



Bell
output,
keyp
ad
s and detectors
provide Te
mp
oral

4 Pu
lse

when t
his zone type is alarmed
on
all par
titions.

Trouble

Beeps
Only

(24 Hou
r Troub
le)

U
sed with O
ther response type.



The syste
m pro
v
ide
s

a trouble s
ound from the
keypad

(
and a
Central Station report,
if desired)
.
24 Hour Fire

(No Verification)


As
sig
ned
to

any

wireless

zone u
sed as a
fire zone. This
zone typ
e is always active
and can
not b
e bypassed
.


Bell output,
keyp
ad
s and de
tector
s provide

Tempo
ral 3 Pulse
when this
zone ty
pe is alarmed
on all parti
tions
.
24 Hour Fire w
/

Verification

(Fire with

Ve
rificat
ion)


Assigned

t
o an
y wireles
s zone
used as a
fire
zone. Fir
e with verification is avail
able

with sm
oke detector device type. I
t cannot
be
used with heat detecto
rs,
combina
tion
heat/smoke detect
ors or fire pull stations.
This zone type is always
act
ive and
cannot
be bypas
sed.



Bell out
put,
ke
ypad
s and detec
tors prov
ide
Temporal
3

Pulse

on
all part
itions
when th
is zone
type
is alarm
ed and the
alarm has
been veri
fied.


Sy
stem ve
rifies
alarm by delayi
ng reporting
and alarm
sounding for 30 seconds after
alarm is detected. If the zone
remains fa
ulted
after 30
seco
nds
a fire alarm is provide
d. If
any othe
r fire zone is
faulte
d dur
ing the 30 second delay
windo
w a fire ala
rm is
immedia
tely pr
ovided for that
zone. An
alarm for original fire zone
is provided,
if that zo
ne is still
faulted. I
f there ar
e no f
ire alarm
s af
ter
the 30 second delay
exp
ires, the syst
em open
s a 60 second
windo
w. If any
fire
zone is faulted during t
hat wind
ow a fi
re alar
m
is immediatel
y
provided
for that zone.

Non
-
Reporting
Output

(No A
larm
Re
sponse)

Assigned when
no
-
alarm r
es
pons
e is
requ
ire d. Used for activating scenes or
Total Connect notifications.



N
o reports to
the
Central

Station
.


No
keypad
soundin
g or ch
ime
an
d no display on
screen.


Syst
em can stil
l be armed
.
Monitor
Zone

(M
oni
tor)

Assigned to any wireless zone used for
asset protecti
on. Works as a dynamic
monitor
of a zone
fault/
trouble (
not alarm).


Reports
to the Cent
ral Station, if enabled.


Fa
ult/res
tores
events are logged
by the syst
em.

No
keypa
d sounding or chime.



System

ca
n

still

be
ar
med.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 24
-
Configuring
Programming
(Continued)

Zone Assignments

1
-
250

Wireless Protection Points

935

Panel Low Battery

280
-
4
07

Temperat
ure Protection Points

936

Pan
el
AC

Loss

500
-
627

Keyfob
Zones

950

Pa
nel C
ommunication Fail
ure

62
8
-
6
59

BLE
Zo
n
es

9
51

Com
munication Path Failure

800
-
831

Touchscreens/
Touchpads

995

Fire Panic

900

Base Unit Tamper

996

Me
dical Pan
i
c

9
30

RF Jam Si
X Serie
s

998

Silent Pan
ic

931

RF Jam

5800

99
9

P
olice Panic

934

Pa
nel Battery
Missing




AN360
Progra
mming
Fields

Re
gis
tration
, Programm
ing and Testing are
condu
cted through
the
AlarmNet 360
Pro
gramming Too
l. On a laptop, PC or
Sm
art
Device, go to: www.alarm
net360.com
or
use the
Ala
rm
Net360
app.

F
ie
ld Name

Pr
ogramming

Options

I
nfo
rmation

Edit
ing Ala
rmNet Services
Supervision

Daily


This is th
e supervision interval

the communicat
or

sends
to
AlarmNet.
(Not to be
confused with peri
odic test

m
essage).

Advanc
ed

Protection

Logic

Enab
led


Th
is

co
mmunicat
ion enh
ancement provides adde
d
noti fica
tion in the event of a panel compr
omi
se due to
damaging or disabling attempts.

Operation:


System is armed


Delayed zone type (i.e.;
Entry/Exit or Peri
meter with
Comm
delay) has
been faulted thereby starting the
program
med del
ay.


Contact ID alarm m
ess
age
sen
t to AlarmNet and
held.


Normal dis
arm
:
If the system is disarmed within
the programmed entry delay + Comm delay (if
programmed), n
o alarm message is
sent to the
Cent
ral Statio
n.

No disarm
:
du
e to r
eal alarm or
panel c
ompromi
se
– If the system is not
disarm
ed, the corresponding
alarm message i
s transmitted from
AlarmNet to the
Central Station.


No communication response
:
In the event t
hat a
communicator
does not respond
to AlarmN
et
within 15
minutes o
f receiving an entry
alarm
message, a new contact
ID me
ssag
e E316
Tamper is sent to the Centr
al
Station.

Video Alarm Verification

Enab
l
ed

Disabled

Video Alarm Verification is in
tegrated wi
th th
e use of up
to 8 PROINDMV indo
or motion
viewers and
Total
C
o
nn
ect 2.
0

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 25
-
Config
uring
Prog
ra mming
(Contin
ued)

F
i
eld

Name

P
rogr
amm
ing

Options

Information

T
wo
-
Way V
oice

Enabl
ed

Disabled

Allows the
C
entral
S
tation operator to listen and/or tal
k
to indivi
duals
on premises following receipt
of an alarm
report over the Cel
lular or W
i-Fi Communicator. The two
way voice se
ssi
on is i
nitia
ted
following any burg or panic
report to the Central Station. The sess
ion is not initiated
for Fire, CO or duress
alarms. The
Two
-Way Voice
feature is activated in the 'L
isten Mode,'
allowi
ng
the
Central
Station opera
tor to evaluate the sit
uat
ion. Af
ter
the
session is initiated, the panel sirens and keypad
sounds are discont
inued and will remain off, even if the
AAV s
ession is e
nded
before bell timeout. The pane
l
begins tr
ansmitting a
beep acknowledgement
to the
Centra
l Station once per seco
nd.
The beep al
ter
nates
between two separate tones, and indicates the control is
await
ing a command from the Central Station Operator.
If no comma
nd is received within two minutes, the
session times
out an
d t
he call is t
erminated. A
new Fire
or CO alarm wi
ll termina
te an
AA
V Session in order to
report.


AAV Rules for Panels with multiple c
ommunication
paths:


a. The
two
-way
Voice sess
ion will al
ways
utilize the
alarm reporting p
ath, unless
Cellular on
ly is sele
cted
in Alar
mNet.


b. Control Panel
s using Wi
-Fi in addition
to th
e C
ellular
Communicator have the option to select ‘IP with Cell
Rollover’
or ‘Cell Only’ for 2
-Way Voice path. If ‘
Cell
Only’
is se
lected Alarms will be sent o
ver IP and t
he
2-Way voi
ce sess
ion
will go over Cell. If ‘IP with Cell
Rollover’
is selected the panel will attempt to send
the alarm report via Internet first. If Alarm Reporting
is successful over Wi
-Fi, then th
e two way V
oice
session is attempted over t
he
Wi
-Fi path,
If for some

reason
the 2 Way Voice session “fa
ils” to be
establish
ed
over th
e Wi
-Fi path
, the system will not
attempt to use the cellular path for
the two way Voice
session. If alarm reporting over the
Wi
-Fi path
fail
s,
Alarm communication w
ill automaticall
y roll over to
the
cel
lular communication path
and the resulting
two
-
way

vo
ice sessio
n w
ill also utilize the cell.

Editing Total Connect 2.0 Services

Total Connect 2.0

S
ecurity

Smart Security

S
mart Home

Select

the des
ired Total Connect 2.
0 package.

V
ide
o Service

None

7 Days

30 D
ays


Vi
deo Door
bell Service

Enabled

D
i
sab
led


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7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 26
-
Config
uring
Pro
gra mming
(Cont
inued)

Configur
ing
Par
titions
and
their
Opti
ons

Field Name

Progr
amming

Opt
i
ons

Inform
ation

Select “P1
:

HO
ME PARTITION” OR “+ADD” to
en
able up to three

a
dditional parti
tions
.

Partitio
n

Name

Home Partition

Parti
tion
-02
(If ena
bled)

Partitio
n-03 (If enab
led)

Partiti
on
-
04 (If enable
d)

Programmable and each partition should be gi
ven a
name.

Desc
ript
ion



Partition Numbe
r

1

2 (If enabled)

3 (If
enabl
ed)

4 (If enabled)

Not p
rogra
mmable

Entry D
e
lay

1

N
one

15 Seconds

30 S
eco
nds

45 Seconds

60 Seconds

90 Second
s
2 Minut
es
3 Min
utes

4 Min
utes

The ti
me period in which you
must

disarm the syst
em
before
an
alarm condition occur
s after a
ctivating
a zone
with r
esponse type entry
/exit 1
or
interi
or with delay

assigned to it.

E
n
try

De
l
ay

2

N
one

15
Seconds

30 S
econds

45
Seconds

60 S
econds

90 Seconds

2 Minutes

3 Minutes

4 Minutes

The time period in which you
must

disarm the syst
em
before
an
alarm condition occur
s after activating
a zone
with r
esponse type ent
ry/exit
2 assign
ed to i
t. NO
TE:
Must be equal to or gr
eater than Entry Delay 1

Exit Delay

45 S
econds

60 Seconds

90 Seconds

120 Secon
ds

The time peri
od in w
hich you have to exit the premises
after arming the sy
stem to any mode.

Arm
Ding

A
ll RF

None

RF Ke
yFob

RF Keyp
ad
Confirm
a
tio
n o
f

Arm

a
nd
Disarm ding is provided
w
hen
'Arm
Ding'
via RF Fob
or RF keypad
is enabled in
programm
ing. The arm
ding occurs
after the exit delay
has expired and the disarm ding occurs
immediately
after
disarming wi
th a keyfob
or
RF ke
ypad
, and is longer
th
an
armin
g
confirmation ding.

Quick Ar
m

Enabled

Disabled

Quick Ar
m all
ow
s arming the sy
stem witho
ut

entering a
user code. Press the Away, Stay, or Night Shield to arm.

Forc
e Bypass

Ena
bled

Disabled

Wh
en Force Bypa
ss is enabled fo
r a Partition in
progr
ammi
ng,
the
user is presented with the "
BYPASS &
ARM
" button from the
Home
Screen when a zone is
fau
lte d. When pressed the
panel will Bypass all Faulted
zones and Arm when Arm Away, Home, or Night is
press
ed.

When Forc
e bypass is not enabled this option is
not

present
ed, instead faulted zones must
be bypassed from
the Sens
ors sc
reen before the user will
be
presented
with the

Arm option.

Chime Mod
e

Enabled

Disabled

This toggles the chime fea
ture on or off f
or the select
ed
partition.
Th
e "Chime" feature of t
he s
yst
em is
controlled
by the end user wi
th a toggle command (
Setti
ngs
-
>C
hime
). Whether or not a z
one
will chime is determined
during initial p
rogramming or by the user in the "Sensors"
section of the Tools Menu. Ther
e are 11 options
to
customize each zon
e fo
r i
ndivi
du
al chime sounds.

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 27
-
Configuring
Programmi
ng
(Co
ntinued)

Field N
ame

Programming

Options

Information

Quick Exit

Enabled

Disabled

Quick

Ex
it

all
o
ws the user to press the

Quick E
xit

button to restart the exi
t delay AFTER ex
it delay has
expired o
nly
whe
n the
system is armed in
HOME or
NIGHT mode. This is to allow for someone to enter or
exit without having to disarm the system. If Quick Exi
t
is not e
nabled
the
Quick Exit
button wil
l not appear on
the TouchScre
en for the user.

Silent

Exit

Enabled


No
t p
rogra
mm
able (alw
ays enabl
ed)

The A
udible Exit warning can be disabled from any
Touchscreen with each Arming by pressing 'Silent Exit
'
before
pressing Arm Away. This w
ill prevent the panel
and remote keypads from
giving Exit war
ning sounds
for the entire
duratio
n of Exit time on this attemp
t.
NOTE
: When 'Silent Exit' is selected the panel will
DOUBLE the exit delay time
.

P
ower Up in previous

Enabled

Disabl
ed
Not programmable (al
ways e
nabled)

If the panel is powered completely d
own (AC and
Backup Bat
tery
), it wi
ll return to its' previous state
when power is res
tored.
If the panel was armed
custom with zones bypassed
it will return to that same
state on powerup
.

Restart Exit Time

Enabl
ed

Disa
ble
d
Not programmab
le
(always e
nabled
)

'Exit Delay Restart'
allo
ws
the u
ser to press the
'Restart Time
r' key any time DURI
NG the
exit delay
after arming NIGHT, HOME or AWAY. to restart the
Exit time. This can be done once during Away arming
exit del
ay, and unlimited times durin
g Home or Night
arming exit delay
.
NOT
E:

When
arme
d Away, if an
entry/exit door is
tripped a second
time be
fore exit delay time exp
ires,
the Exit delay time will always restart
.

Display Exit Time

Enabled

Disabled

Not pro
gramma
ble (alway
s e
nabled)

The Display will show th
e countdown
of exit de
lay
tim
e in
seconds on th
e screen of the M
ain Console and/or a
ll
key
p
ads in that Partition
.

Auto Stay Arming

Enabled

Disabled

W
hen the Partition is armed to Away and an entry/exit
do
or was
not viola
ted within the prog
rammed exit delay
time, the Partition will
au
tomat
ically arm HO
ME at the end
of
Exit Delay
.

The pan
el wil
l Auto Stay Arm when armed Away via:

Main Panel or Keypad
.

The panel will NOT Auto Stay arm when armed Away via
:
Keyfob
or Total C
onnec
t

NOTE:
If O/
C reports are be
ing sent, the system w
ill
rep
ort b
oth Away and Stay. If the pane
l is armed Instant
the Ins
tant mode will remain onc
e it changes to Auto Stay
Arm. It wi
ll Arm in the Stay Instant mode
.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 28
-
Configuring
Programmi
ng
(Co
ntinued)

Adding Sensors

Fi
eld N
ame

Program
ming

Options

Informati
on

1.
Selec
t
"Sensors"



2.
Click "Add S
e
n
sor"



3. S
elec
t the
Sensor Ty
p
e

SiX


or M
otio
n

Viewer

58
0
0 or Tak
e
over


4. Learn the
MAC Address

L
EARN

the M
AC
Address
OR enter the
serial n
umber



F
or SiX


or
Motion Vi
e
wer selec
t "Lea
rn" and activate
the
sens
or
as
ins
truc
ted in the
sensors inst
all ation
guide
and
watch the led flash rapidly, and within 20
seconds go solid for 3 seconds indicating success

For 5800 or Tak
eover
manually
enter th
e serial
number or
select "Le
arn" and activat
e the sensor.

NOTE:
Clicking
"Lear
n"
changes the display
on the
PROA7/
PROA
7PLUS to Installer Programming and

acknowl
ed
ges whe
n a se
nsor is
enrolled.

5
.
Partitio
n
s

Home Partit
io
n

Choose partiti
o
n to ass
i
gn

the sensor.

6.

Zone N
umber

Enter
Zone Number

Defa
ults to the first avai
lable
zon
e.

7.
Zone Descri
ption 1

Enter Zone D
e
scription

1
Enter Zone Descriptor 1. Choose from the presented
list for Spoken Words, or enter a custom word for
display only.

8.
Sensor Version

N
ot programmable


9.
Zo
ne Descript
i
on 2

En
ter Zo
ne

Descriptio
n

2
En
ter

Zo
ne D
escriptor
2
. Choose from the pre
sented
list for Spoken Words, or enter a custom word for
display only.

10.
Device Type

Enter prede
fined word
:

Police,
Door,
Environmenta
l, Flood,
Medical,
Other,
Temperature
, Window,
Ga
rage
Door, Glass
Break
, and Mot
ion
Sen
sor


This
populate
s

based on the

PROS
i
X transmitter type
learned.
Choose from the options presented, and
corresponding Response type. The 'Device Type'
chosen will be Spoken as the Third Zone Descr
iptor
(unless Ot
her is selected)

11.
Loop N
umb
er/
Se
rv
ice

1,2,3,4 (5800)

Reed (PROSiX)

External
(PROSiX)

1 - 8 Contact (SiXC
2W)

E
ach transmitter may support multiple services, such
as P
ROSiXCOMBO
, PROS
iXSMOKE,
PROSiXCT
,
PROSiXSHOCK
, etc. Select the correct
ser
vice/Loop
for this zone. Select A
dd Serv
ice
to use
more services
on th
e device
.

12.
Supervision

RF Supervised

RF Unsu
pervised


13.
Chime


Disable
d
,
Standard
,
Melody
, Melody Long
,
Ascend
, Ascend Long,

Alert 1
, Alert
2, Doorbell
1
,
Doorbell 2
,

Evolve

This
option is not
programm
able for the

foll
owi
ng
Devi
ce
Types:
Not Used,
Smoke Detector
, Heat
Sensor
, Ca
rbon M
ono
xide
Det
ector,
Med
ical
, Fire
,
Other
, Tem
perature
, Police
14.
R
esponse

Type

Refer to
Device/Respons
e Type
Ma
trix

Select the Zone Response type

from

the list presented
based on the D
evice
Ty
pe sele
cted
15.
Alarm

Repor
t

Ena
bled

Disabled

Enables/Disables Alarm Report to be sent to Central
Station

Pet Immunity

Enabled

Dis
a
bled

Only a
vailable
for

SiX

Motion Sen
sor
s

Arm Night

Enabled

Dis
abled

Only available f
or

any sensor
with a Device Type
of
Motion
Senso
r

or
PROINDM
V Motion View
er

Sen
sitivit
y

Max Sen
sitivity

Medium Sensit
ivity

Low Sensitivity

Lowest

Sensitivit
y

Only Availab
le for
SiX

Glass Break

(SiXGB)

and
SiXSHOCK
Sensors

One Go / All Go

Enabled

Disabled

O
nly
av
ailabl
e for

SiX

Sm
oke/
Hea
t/C
O
Devi
c
e
s

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 29
-
Conf
iguring
Programmi
ng
(Continued)

PR
OINDMV
Se
tup and Configur
ation

How i
t works



The PROINDMV passive infrared only detects while the Partition is Armed.



Once you enter the Sensor Walk test mode the PROINDMV
PIR
will sta
rt detecting and ca
n be walk teste
d.


Wh
en Armed, during Entry
delay the P
ROINDMV holds any captures if tripped,
and if not disarmed and an alarm occurs the
captures are sent
after the reporting delay expires
. If disarmed before entry delay
or reporting
expires captures are
disc
arded.



After a capture the PROINDMV waits from 1.5 to 3 minutes
before it will capture
again. Maxi
mum of
8 captures during an
Armed st
ate based on
"Number of Alarm
Reports
" setting
.
Configuration

Field N
ame

Programming

Options

Information

1. Select "Se
nso
rs"



2.
Click "Add Se
n
sor"



3. S
elec
t the
Sensor Ty
p
e

SiX


or M
o
tio
n

Viewer


4. Learn the
MAC Add
ress
*

L
EARN

the M
AC
Addres
s
F
or SiX


or
Motion
Vie
wer selec
t "Learn"

install the
batteries in the motion viewer. The white LED will
flash constantly
as
the d
evice enrolls.


NOTE:
Cli
cking "Learn"
change
s the display
on the
PROA7/
PROA
7PLUS to Installer Programming and

acknowl
edges whe
n a sensor is enrolled.

5
.
Partitio
n
s

Home Partit
io
n

Choose partiti
o
n to ass
i
gn

the sensor.

6.

Zone N
umbe
r

Enter Zone N
umb
er

Defa
ults

to t
he first available zon
e.

7.
Zone
Descri
ption 1

Enter Zone D
escription

1

Ent
er Zone Descriptor 1. Choose from the presented
list for Spoken Words, or enter a custom word for
display only.

8
.
Zone Descript
i
on 2

En
ter Zo
ne

D
escription

2

E
nte
r Zone
Desc
ripto
r
2
. Choose from the p
resented
list for Spoken Words, or enter a custom word
for
display only.

9
.
Device Type

IMV


1
0
.
Supervision

RF Supervised

RF Unsu
pervised


1
1
.
R
esponse

Type

Perimeter, Interi
or
Follower, or Interior
With
Delay


1
2
.
Alarm

Rep
ort

E
na
bled

Disabled


13.
Arm Night

En
abled

Dis
abled


14. Sensit
i
vity

High

Low

Select sensitivity s
etting of the PIR
Motion
sensor

15. Intrusion Type

Vid
eo Mode

Intrusion Mode

Se
lect
Video

Mode for 10
-
second
vi
deo capture or
Picture

Mode

f
or
snap sh
ot capture on Alarm.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 30
-
Adding Keyfobs

Field N
a
me

Programming

Options

Information

1. Se
lect
"
KeyFobs"



2.
Type

S
iX™


3.
Lea
rn the
MAC Addre
ss

Learn M
A
C
Address

Select Learn and when the panel is ready

Press the top two keys on the keyfob s
imu
ltaneously
to
start the enrollment process.

4. Choose th
e
N
o. Of Keys

1 But
ton Ke
y

2 Button Key

4 Butt
on Key

6 Button Key

8 But
ton Key

Select Keyfob Type

5.
Keyfob versi
on

N/A

Di
spla
ys the version of

t
he keyfob

6. Avail
able Starti
ng Zone

500
-
6
24

Sele
ct
the

first
Zone to
assig
n the keyfob

7
.
Parti
tion *

Home
Par
tition

Select th
e
Part
ition for the Key
fob

8.

User N
am
e

Select User

Selec
t a User fr
om

the Programmed List

9.
Button 0*


*Number is variable depending on the
Keyfob s
elected

24 Hour

S
ilen
t

24 H
our Audibl
e
24 Hour Aux
iliary

Fire No Verific
ation

Arm St
ay
Arm Away

Disarm

No Resp
onse
Program
an
action for each button to b
e used

Ad
ding
PROSi
XLCDKP
Keypads

Field Name

Programming

Opt
ions

Information

1.
Select

"Keypads"



2.
Keypad T
ype

SiX
™ Keypa
d

N
ot program
mabl
e. S
elect

LEARN

3
.
MAC

Address

*

Ke
ypad MA
C

Address

Pres
s the
"
Learn
" button to enro
ll

the

Keypad MAC
Address
. Follow the prompts
on the
keypa
d for proper
enrollme
nt steps.

4. Zone

80
0
-
831


5.
Zone Des
criptio
n 1


Enter Zone Desc
ript
ion

6
.
Zone Des
c
ription

2


E
n
ter Zone

Des
criptio
n

7.
Keypad

V
ersion


Not

programmable

8.
Partition *

H
ome Partition

Select the Partition for the
Key
pad

9.
Supervis
ion Interval

15
Min

Not programm
able











PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 31
-
Configuring
Programming
(Continued)

Configuri
ng
Se
tting
s
F
ield
Name

P
rogramming Options

Info
rmation

COM
MUNICATOR

Alarm Reporting Number

XX
-
XX
-
XXXX

Enter:

2-digit City ID

2-di
git CS ID

4
-
digit Subscriber

ID

This

is the 2
-
digit City ID, 2
-
digit Central Station I
D,
and 4-
digit account n
umber
assig
ned
to the custome
r
by Ala
rmNet.
Supervision

Dail
y

No
t progra
mma
ble

Communication Pa
th (inte
rnal
Device)

Disabled

Ce
llular

Wi
-Fi

Wi
-
Fi and Cellu
lar


Old Alarm
Time

10

Minutes

15 Minutes

30 Minutes

1 Hour

2 Hours

4 Hours

8 Hours

12 Hours

24
Hours

Th
e o
ld
alarm tim
e

sets ho
w lo
ng
an
u
ndelivered alarm
is retr
ied for delivery to the
Central
Station. If the
message is not validated, it is retried until the old alar
m
time is reached or the message is validated.


Once O
ld Alarm Time has been excee
ded, the
rad
io
will clea
r the mes
sage
from
its buffer and can notify
the
Control Panel
via trouble notification
.
Wi
-
Fi Fault Time

0
-
99 Minutes

60 Minutes

In
the event the mo
dule detects a
Wi
-
Fi

communication
path failure, enter the time delay (in minutes)
before
the
mo
dule notif
ies the Control Panel
with a trouble
mes
sage
. The Control Panel
can then notify the
C
entral
S
tation over an alternate path
.

Cellular
Fault Time

0
-
99
Mi
nutes

60 Minutes

In the event the module detects a
Cellular

communication path f
ailure, e
nter
the time delay (in

minu
tes
) b
efore the module noti
fies
the
Control Panel

with a trouble message. The Control Panel
can then
notify the
C
entral
S
tation over an a
lternate path
.

Ce
llular 2
4Hr T
est/UL864 Comm. Fir
e

Enabled

Disabled

If enabled,
send
s a 2
4
-
hou
r test rep
ort mess
age

o
ver

ce
l
lular network.

Cell
ula
r

Rollove
r

Enabled

Disabled

If enabled, all messages (includ
ing AlarmNet network
supervisory messages) are
sent over the Cellular

network in the event of an Internet failure. If disabled,
all message
s (except AlarmNet ne
twork
super
visory
messages) are sent
automat
ically over the cellular

network in the event of an Internet f
ailure
.

Use DHCP

En
abled

Disabled

N
ot programma
ble

SYSTEM

Alarm Report Delay

No Delay

15 S
econds

30 Seconds

45 Seco
nds

The
Con
tro
l Panel

ca
n

delay
the C
ent
ral

Station
communicatio
n wh
en a Bur
glary Alarm occurs. The
delay applies to ALARM only, and will not apply to Fire,
CO, or 24
hr pan
ic zone types.

Burglary Alarm Sound

Enabled

Disabled

When
enabled
, an audible al
arm, whic
h
inc
ludes any
zone
typ
e tha
t w
oul
d activate an external so
under,
automatically increases the volume of the
panel's
internal
sounder to 85dB. When
disab
led
, audible alarms will
sound from the
panel at a low db sound, used for testing
purposes.
NOT
E:
Extern
al So
unders are
not disabled

wh
en
"
Burg Alarm Sound" is

dis
able
.

D
aylight Savings Ti
me

En
abled

Disabl
ed


Time Zone Offs
et

(UTC
-
5:00 Eastern Time
(
US

& Canada)


S
oftware Version

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

(Viewable
Only)

Temperature Unit

Fahrenheit

Ce
lsi
us

S
el
ec
t d
isplay for

Z
-
Wave
Thermost
at devices

In
staller La
nguage

Engli
sh


User L
a
nguage

English

Select English, Spanish, French, or Portuguese

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 32
-
Co
nfi
gu
ring
Programming
(Continued)

Field Name

Programming Options

Information

Bluet
ooth Disarm

Enabled


Disabl
ed
Ha
ndsfree di
sarm
-

S
upports
up
to 6 cell phones with

Bluetooth.
Each
is as
signed to a user to disar
m a
selected Partition based on proximity. Once the Entry
delay begins, if the User's assi
gned Cell phone
is marked
as having left and returned, the Parti
tion
will Disar
m and
Lo
g/Report

th
e Disarm based on tha
t User
.

Ena
ble
Alexa

E
na
bled

Disabled

Enables

or disa
bles
Amazon Alexa Voice service with
skills. Can be accesse
d via the Main Panel or

PROWLTOUCH Wi
-
Fi

keypad
s
.

NOTE:

requires Wi
-
Fi

Backli
ght Timeo
u
t

N
o

30 Second
s
2 min
utes

10 m
inutes

30 m
inutes

Sets t
he

Control Panel

backlight timeout peri
od.

L
a
ck of Usage Notif
y

Disabled

7 Days

27 Days

90 Days

180
Days

When enabled the system notifies the
C
entral
S
tation i
f
an end user does not operate (arm/disar
m) any partiti
on
in th
e securit
y system within a specif
ied amount of time.
The time is reset p
er arm
/disarm event. If triggered, the
system will send a System I
nactivity report of E654. There
is no local annunciatio
n indicating that the report has
been sen
t

to

the CS
.

R
F Jam L
og

Disabl
ed

RF Jam Log

RF J
am Log
and Report

D
etects a condition that m
a
y impe
d
e proper RF
reception (i.e., jamming or other RF interference). RF
jamming occurs when something in our frequency
range (345MHz and 2.4Ghz) has been transm
itting for
20
seconds
or longer
. In any Armed/Disarmed
state it
cau
ses the display to show a t
riangl
e with an
exclamation point inside
and the message RF Jam

with a rapid trouble beeping that can be silenced with
any key press. If
trouble reporting is enabl
ed
a report
to Centra
l Monitor
ing Station (E344 RF Re
ceiver Jam)
will be sent.
Once the t
rouble
is cleared a Restore
report will be sent (R344) if Trouble Restore reporting
is enabled.
The reported zones are 900 f
or 5800
Wireless
, 905 for SiX Wire
less an
d 906
for Wisel
ink.

NOT
E:
The pa
nel can still be Armed if
an RF Jam

condition
exists.

Burglary Bell
Timeout

No

4 Minutes

8 Minutes

12 Minutes

16 Minutes

Select the time for time
out of
the Burglary Alarm
Sounder.

Fire Bell Tim
eout

No

4 Mi
nutes

8 Minutes

12 Min
utes

16

Mi
nutes

Se
lect the
time for timeout of the

F
ire

Alarm
Sounder.

Number
of Reports (Swin
ger
Shut
down)

1
-
6

2
Limit
s

the number of messages sent per zone to the
Central
Statio
n during an armed period, and
how many
times t
he local soun
der will sou
nd
per zone per
armed
period.
Also, limits Motion Vi
ewer captures per Armed
period

F
irst
Test Report Offset

6

Hours

12
Hours

18 Hours

24 Hou
rs

Select th
e time for the first test report fo
llowing power
-
up of the Control Panel
.
Rep
ort Fre
quency

Never

Every
Day

Every 7
Days

Every 30 D
ays

Select th
e Report Fre
quency for the
Periodic

Test
rep
ort.

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 33
-
Conf
iguring
Pro
gramming
(Co
ntinued)

Field Name

Programming Options

Informatio
n

Panel

Sync Delay Time

0
-

120 Minutes

3 M
i
nutes

Select to set a delay tim
e for the p
ane
l to sync
back with
AlarmNet
36
0 when a change is
made local
ly.

REPORT
SELECTION


Arm Away

Enabled

Di
sabled

Panel

can report Open
-
Disar
m/Close
-
Arm by user. If
enabled all u
sers will report
via any path
enabled. Reports
User 0
-96 and keyfobs also repo
rt the user number
associated with the fob. Remote A
rms or Power up

Armed r
eports as
User 0. Panel will rep
ort Ope
n eve
n if
Closing report is
not en
abled.

Arm Stay

Enabled

Disa
bled

Disarm

En
abled

Disable
d

Exit Error

Enabled

Disabled

Not pr
ogrammabl
e (
Viewabl
e o
nly)

If the system is armed and an entr
y/exit or i
nter
ior zone
is
still
open after the exit de
lay time has
expired, an alarm
wil
l sound
and the entry delay timer is started. If the
system is disa
rmed before the end of the entry delay, the
alar
m s
ounding wi
ll st
op
and no message will be sent to
the
Central
Station. Th
e system status bar will display
"ALARM CANC
EL
ED" as well as Alarm
and th
e descriptor
of the zone or zo
nes that were left open. If th
e system is
not disarmed before the end of the e
ntr
y delay me
ntio
ned

above, and an entry/exit or int
erior zone
is s
till ope
n, an
E37
4 (Exit Error Alarm) me
ssage will be sent to the
Central
Station
, along with the Alarm on faul
ted zone. The
me
ssage "Alarm, Exit Error" will display in the system
status bar a
nd the alarm s
oun
ding will continue until the
sys
tem is disa
rmed

(or tim
eout occu
rs)
.

Alarm Restore

En
a
bled

Disabl
ed

If enabled,
all

ala
rm rest
ores are se
nt to the
C
entral
Station.

Alarm C
ancel

Enabled

Disabled

Alarm Cancel is s
ent upon a valid code

be
ing entere
d at a
Partition following an alarm con
dition bein
g re
ported
.

Test

Ena
bled

Disa
bled

Not prog
rammable (Vi
ewable

o
nly)

Te
st Res
tore

En
abled

Disabled

Not programmab
le (Viewable onl
y)

Low Battery

Enabled

Disab
led

If enabled,
Low System batte
ry
repo
rt

is
sent to

C
entral
S
tation.

Low Bat
tery R
estore

Enab
le
d

Disable
d

If enab
le
d,
Low System battery

report rest
ore

is sent
to
Central
Statio
n.
RF Low Batt
ery

Enabled

Di
sabled

If enable
d,
RF Transmitter low battery report

is sent to the
C
entral
S
t
a
ti
on.

RF
Low Batte
ry R
estore

Enabled

Disabled

If
enab
led,
R
F

Tr
a
nsmitter

low batt
er restore report

is se
nt
to the
Central
Station.

Re
cent

Closin
g

Enabled

Disabled

No
t progra
mmable (Vi
ewable

only)

If enabled
, a Rec
ent Closing is sent to the C
entral
Statio n.
A Recen
t Closi
ng condition is similar to an Exit Error
condit
ion, but
occurs i
f a Bu
rg Alarm occurs on the panel
within two minutes of the exi
t delay expiring. If a recent

closing conditi
on occurs, both recent closing E459 by
user, and the alarm rep
ort
are sent.
This alerts the
Central Station that t
he Alarm ma
y be

due to
User erro
r.

Event Log Full

Enab
led

Disable
d

If enabled
,

and
o
nce

the
ev
ent l
og reaches its
4,000 even
t
capacity

it se
nd
s an
event log full event to
C
entral
S
tation.

Trouble

Enabl
ed

Disabled

If enab
le
d
, r
ep
orts Troubles to
the
C
en
tral
S
tatio
n
.

Tr ouble
Restore
E
nabled

Disabled

If ena
bled, report
s Trouble restore to t
he
C
ent
ral
St
at
io
n.

Bypass

Enabled

Disable
d

If enab
led, reports all
zone bypasses to
the

C
entral
S
tation.

Bypass
Re
store

Enab
led


Di
sabled

If enabled, reports all z
one bypass
rest
ores
to
the
C
entr
al
Station.

AC Loss

En
abled

Disab
led

If enabled, AC Los
s re
por
ts to the
C
ent
ral
S
tat
ion
.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 34
-
Conf
iguring
Progr
amming
(Continued)

AC
Loss Restore

Enabled

Disabled

If enabl
ed
,

A
C
Loss R
estore r
ep
orts are sen
t

to the
C
entral
S
tat
ion.

PA
NEL

E
VENT L
OGS

(Stor
ed in Panel Memory)

Log All Events

En
abled

Disabled

Not
program
mable (Vi
ewable only)

Log Alarm E
vents

Enable
d


Disabled

Not prog
rammable (Vi
ewable only)

Log Open/Close Eve
nts

Ena
ble
d

Disab
led

Not programmable (Vi
ewable
only)

Log T
rou
ble Events

Enable
d

Disable
d

Not program
mable (Vi
ewa
ble only)

Log Non Security Ev
ents

Enabled

Disable
d

Not pro
gram
mable (Vi
ewa
b
le only)

Log Bypas
s Events

Enabled


Disabled

Not programmab
le
(Vi
ewab
le
only)

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 35
-
Sy
stem Operatio
n

Keypad
/Touchscree
n Operation

The
keypads and
touchscreens allow the
user to
arm
and disarm the system, and per
form other
system functions, s
uch as
bypass
ing zones. Zone and system conditions
(alarm, trouble
, bypass) are
displayed
. When an
alarm occurs, the Control Panel
,
along with any
keyp
ad and to
uchscreen sound
s, and t
he zone(
s) i
n alarm
is displayed. Pressin
g any key s
ilences
the
keypad
sounder for 10
second
s (only once). Disarming the
system silences
all sounds. Onc
e disarmed, any zones that were in an alarm
condi
tion du
ring the armed p
eriod
dis
plays
(memory of alarm
). To clear alarm
memory, si
mp
ly repeat the disar
m sequence. T
he
Control Panel
also features chim
e annunciation, an
d three Emergency Panic keys / ic
ons
for fire, police, and medical / personal
emer
genc
y alarms. These keys can notify
the Ce
ntral Station of
an alarm conditi
on, if that
service is connected
.

PROSIXLCDKP
Wire
less Alpha Keypad
Displays and
Operation

The
PR
OSIXLCDKP
Wir
eless Alpha
Keypad
provi
des 2 line
s with 16 characters per line allow
ing
it to display programme
d zone
descr
ipto
rs and full syst
em messages,
incl
uding the k
eypad
’s partition num
ber indicated
in th
e upper left corner.




Keyp
ad
Key Functions

L
ED

Status

Mea
ning

POWER


Red
-

S
tea
dy

No AC p
ower is present and
ba
ttery is very

low
.

Green
-

Steady

AC p
ower is p
resent

Green
-

Flashi
ng

No AC is
prese
nt

and unit

i
s
operating on batt
ery power

R
ed
-

F
lashing

No AC power is presen
t
a
n
d
battery is l
ow.

Amber
-

Steady

Battery is ch
a
rgi
ng

STATUS


Off

System/Partitio
n is Not
Ready to
Arm
OR in
Programming
Mode

Re
d
-

Ste
ady

System/Parti
tion is Arme
d

G
re
en
-

Stea
dy

System/Partition i
s Ready to
Ar
m

Re
d
-

Flashing

Alarm
detected

O
R
A
l
arm in
memory

TROUBLE


Of
f

System is in Progr
a
mmi
ng
mode OR
no troubles
present

Red

-

Stea
dy

Sys
tem trouble is present

R
ed

-

F
las
hing

Device trouble
is pres
ent



Keypad
Menu Mode

This mode
displays keyp
ad programmed information and provi
des
access to Defa
ult, Reset, L
CD Brightness and
Ba
cklig
ht
options.
Access the menu mo
de by holding
the
key for 2 seconds. Pres
s
key t
o s
croll or
the
key t
o exit.
Thi
s mode
exit
s after 1 minute of no
keypad activ
ity.
See below for settings and opti
ons.

Display

Me
aning / Optio
n

App:

Boot:

Displa
ys th
e k
eypad’s cu
rrent App and Boot

versions

RF
6:

Displ
ays the keypad’s SiX so
ftware ve
rsi
on and the keypad MA
C ID

D
efaul
t

K
eypad

Pro
mp
ts to Default Keypa
d.

= CONFI
RM to
remove keypad from
Control Panel
.


NOTE:
If th
e keypad is r
epowered within 24 h
ours,
it attempts
to re
-pair with th
e Control Panel
. Afte
r 24
hours, it needs to

be re
-
en
rol
led.

Partition=

Key
pad ID=

Disp
l
ay
s Partiti
on

assignment and Key
pad ID progra
mmed i
n the
Control Panel
.

Reset K
eypad
Prompts to R
eset Keypad.


= CONFIRM (restar
t)

LCD
Brightness

Prompts to change

LCD brightne
ss.

t
oggles from Low, Medium
, and Hig
h

Backlight Adjust

Pre
ss

to

cycl
e

t
hrough op
ti
ons for: Always Off

/ ON, After
1, 5,
or 15 minutes

A: None

B: Non
e

(
F
uture Use)

(Fu
ture Use)

Ke
ypad
Supervision

All
keyp
ads
are super
vised; however, to
uchscreens ar
e NOT su
pervised. If the syste
m loses comm
unications with a wi
reless
keypad
for 15 minut
es, the system
latc
hes
into a tr
ouble
condition. If a touchscreen
loses wireless connection to the
Control
Panel
, it
displ
ays a black s
creen with “Please
Standby”. T
his mess
age clear
s and display
s status o
nce
it reconnects.
PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 36
-
Sy
stem Op
erati
on
(Continue
d)


PROWLTOUCH
Touchs
creen Displays and
Operation

The PROWLTOUCH touc
hscreen duplicates
the functions of the
Control Panel
and m
irrors its
displays.

Master
User
Options

Selecting the Menu icon on the PROWLTOUC
H Home Screen display t
he User
opti
ons list. Th
e options and operati
ons
duplicate
those
of the Control Panel
and
pro
vide access to the
Installer and
User configurable
features
. When entering the
Tools m
enu, the Inst
aller Code provide
s more options than th
e M
aster Code
. Addition
al info
rmati
on regarding
these feat
ures
can be found in the full
User Guide.





Status LED

Me
a
n
ing

Red
-

Ste
ady

System Ar
med

Red
-

Flashing

Alarm
/Al
arm Memory

Amber
-

Steady

S
ystem trouble

Amber
-

Flashing

Device troub
le


Syst
em
cannot be armed

Gre
en
-

St
eady

R
ea
dy to Arm

Green
-

Flashing

De
vice trouble
-

Syst
em can be armed

Green & Red
Al
t
e
rnately Flashi
ng

System is
in Programming Mode

Off

Not

ready to
Arm


NOTE:
The power button has 2 dif
ferent functions:


Press
and Release
toggle
s the screen off and
on

Pres
s and Hol
d to display the opti
ons of Power
Off or
Restart. PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 37
-
System Operation
(Co
nt inued)


Amazon Ale
xa
The Alexa feature
(re
quires
Wi
-Fi)
mimics th
e user’s Alexa device
(PROA7PLUS Only), allowing access to the
ir Alexa
acc
ount.
Each
PROWLTOUCH
must be added
to the user’
s Amazo
n account by following this proce
dure.

1. Sele
ct the
Settings opt
ion
.
2. Select
Voice
Services
.
3. Select Amazon Alex
a (available
only if Amazon Alexa has been enabled in panel programmi
ng).

4. Accept th
e End
User License
Agreement (EULA).

5. Th
e system dis
plays a
link
https://amazon.com/us/c
ode
and a 6-digit code.

6. From a PC
, lapto
p, or smart p
hone, go t
o the link and sign
into the user’s Amazon acc
ount.
7. Enter th
e 6-d
igit code dis
played on the touchs
creen.

8. After
a few moments, the tou
chscreen
disp
lays
“Amazon Alexa Login. Login Successful
”.
9. The touchscreen show
s as “WTS
” in the Al
exa app.

10.
Se
lect “OK”.


NOTE:
If the tou
chscreen is ever unpaired f
rom a system, i
t res
ets
the Alexa
feature and it must
be added back
to the Amazon
account
using the ab
ove steps
.

Events

The Events page displays
everything in the system’s Event
Log. It
pro vides
a b
rief descr
iption
and partition(s)
the e
vent
occurred in.


Wi
-Fi Settings

Wi
-Fi
settings let
you connect to a wireless network via netw
ork scan, manual connection, or W
PS. This c
onnection is for the
Control Panel
to th
e router, not the PROWLTO
UCH
Touchscre
en
(if installed)
. PROA
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ide

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Sy
stem Operation

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inued)

System
Displays

The
Control Panel
and
PROW
LTOUCH
Touchscreen display
s the following i
cons
along with specific zone statu
s informati
on (if
applicable)
to indicate s
ystem
status.
The icons associ
ated with the
pro
gramm
ed zones are displayed on the Zones
screen.


NO
TE:
Only the SiX seri
es wireless p
rovide specific icons based on the type of transmitter is being used. E.g.
Th
e system
know
s that a SiXPIR m
otion detector
is p
rogrammed, so
the system
assigns
the f
ollo
wing
icon when faulted
.
Any 5800
wireless or har
d wired zone
is assigned the follow
ing icon,
,
no matter what type of transmi
tter or zone it is.





Icon

Functi
on


Icon

Fu
nc
tion


Icon

Function


Disarmed



Bat
tery level



Fire Alarm


Arme
d Away



Wi-F i Signal
Strength



Police Alarm


Armed
Home



Bluetooth
Connected



Pe
rsonal Alarm


A
rmed Night Stay



Signal Strength





Armed Custom



AC power connected





Intr
us
ion Alarm
(displaye
d on red
screen)






PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

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-
System O
pe
ration

(Con
tinu
ed
)


Partitioning
Up to four
partitions
can be used in the Control Panel
which allow
s different a
reas of the
premises to work independent
ly of each
other
; therefore, each can be
armed and disarmed separately.
Partition
one is enabled by defa
ult, the o
ther
three partitions
have to be enabled vi
a AlarmNet 360
programming. Partition numb
ers
display
on the
PROSI
XLCDKP
keypad. The control
panel and PROWLTOUCH
tou
chscreen
display the partition name
to
indicate which partition is being viewed.

Goto Command

Control Panel and PROWLTO
UCH

Goto commands
are available on the
Control Panel and
PROWLT
OUCH
Tou
chscreen.
Simply touch the partition
drop down

(located above the status icon)
and
select the partition name to log onto.
The use
r is able to ac
cess only the par
titions
in which
the securit
y code is programmed.
The
display times out after 2-minutes
of no
key
pad
activity an
d automatically return to its
home partition.

PROSIXLCDKP

Allows users to access anot
her partiti
on fr
om the Control Panel
or
any keypad
and op
erate that par
tition. An
y securit
y code that
has been programm
ed into
more than one
partition can perf
orm the Goto
command by typing in the security code +
+ single
digit partition num
ber
,
,
or
. The user
is able to access only th
e partitions
in which the securit
y code
is
programmed. The
key
pad
time
s out a
fter 30 sec
onds of no key
pad
activity an
d automatically return to its home partition.


System C
loc
k
The syste
m clock is retrieved fr
om
Ala
rm
Net 360
automa
tically
once the s
yst
em
is communicating. The clo
ck ca
n be viewed
at
the panel or any touchscr
een. Even though t
he clo
ck is automaticall
y set, the
time zone is sele
ctable
in panel programm
ing.


Scheduling

Sched
uling is accomplished via
Total Connect 2.0
and av
ailab
le to t
he
user once a Z
-Wave
automation device has been
enrolled into
the system.

Up to 1
00 scenes can
be progra
mmed with
vari
ous options of controlling Z
-Wave Automation and auto
arm /
disarm.


Audio
Alarm V
erification (A
AV)
(Two
-Way Vo
ice
)
If this fe
atur
e is e
nab
led,
a hands
-fre
e voice session can t
ake place after an alarm
signal has b
een sent
throu
gh the ce
llular
or
Wi
-Fi
net
work. The
Central
Station
can
initiate the voice session an
d talk to homeo
wn
er on site without the homeow
ner
needi
ng to
touch
anythin
g.
NO
TES:

AAV wo
rks on all partitions


An AAV session cannot be i
nitiat
ed
for fire and CO alarms.


Only
the first 4 Touchscreens enrolled in the system can
be used for Voice Stations a
long
with the main Control Panel
.

Only one Touchscreen at a time ca
n be us
ed as a station during
an AAV session, sta
rting with the lowest Touchsc
reen
enrolled in the system. (All sta
tions cannot be
acti
ve simultaneously.)


ATTENTION C
ENTRAL STATION OPERATOR:

Eac
h sess
ion is aut
om
atically initiated in low
-volume Listen mode. Thi
s mea
ns the operator ca
n hear what is
happening
, on
site, through all av
ailabl
e touchscreen
stations, but no o
ne on site can hear
the operator. Below is a list of commands that can
be entered at
any time duri
ng the session by the Central Station
ope
rator t
o contr
ol the voice ses
sion.


KEY

FUNCTIO
N

1

Selects high
-
volume Talk
Mode.

T
ypically us
ed with Key 3, Lis
t
e
n Mode, toggli
ng b
ack and forth.

2

Selects 2
-
Way
Voice Mode allowing automati
c

swit
ching betw
ee
n
the site and the

C
entral
S
tation ope
rator
.

3

Se
l
ect
s L
isten Mode. Typ
ically used with K
ey 1, Talk Mode, toggling back

and f
or
th.

4

AAV session starts at the panel. Press 4 to move to each touchscreen in order and back to

the panel
.

7

R
estarts the
5
-
minute voice sessi
on timeout. Sessi
on
s a
utomatica
l
ly
t
erminate after 5 minutes unless 7 (o
r any other
command) is ente
red.

*8
n

Selects t
ouchscreen station

n
umber whe
re “n
” is

the station number.


99

Termin
ates the voice ses
sion. If
thi
s i
s not entere
d,

the communication

line stay
s

connec
te
d f
or up to
5

mi
n
utes.



IM
PO
R
TANT:


F
ir
e and CO A
larms dis
play and

s
oun
d on o
ther
partiti
ons’
keypad
s

and siren
s
.

Th
e a
larms
can be silenced from each
partitioned
keyp
ad
, but
alarm memory can only be cleared from the partition’s
keypad

/ touchscreen in which the alarm occurred.
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ide

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System Operation
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Security Codes

Up
to
96 Security Codes (
User Numbers) can be added, deleted, and partitioned to the Control Panel
eithe
r thro
ugh the
keypad
s, tou
chscreens, or t
he
AlarmNet 360
programming tool
. There
two Securit
y Co
des defaulted in the system which i
s the
Install
er Code, user number 01, and is set to 4112
; the
Sy
stem
Mas
ter
Code, user number 0
2, and is set to 1234 in all 4

partitions. The Master
Co
de can be used to ent
er additiona
l 4-digi
t Security C
odes via
key
pads
and tou
chscreens while the
system is
in the Disarmed state. Security Codes cannot be added or c
hanged w
hile
the partition is a
rmed
in any mode.

Programming
Security Codes vi
a Control Panel
or
Touchscreens

1. From the menu screen, s
elect th
e
Setting
opti on.

2. Select User
Manage
ment
and
enter t
he M
aster Code.
The sys
tem
displays all cur
rent users.

3. Select a User from t
he disp
layed list
to EDIT
user informatio
n. The
user’s Name, User Code, Partition an
d Authority Level

are now changeable
. Se
lec
t “SAVE” w
hen
editing is complete.

4. To delet
e a U
ser
, se
lect the

alongside
the desired User, then select delete and enter Mas
ter Cod
e.
5. After saving the u
ser can edit the code
to add Bluetooth Dis
arming and Z
-W
ave lock control. See
"Automation" section
for
more
info
rmation.


NOTES:
Names c
an be applied
to Sec
urity Codes so that
the panel can repor
t and log the name of
the person(s) who
are
arming and disar
ming the Control Panel
. These names can only be program
med via touchscreen or
AlarmNet 360. If
pro
grammed i
n via AlarmNet 360, the names
are
reflect
ed
in the touchscreens.

Au
thority Level
s


User

– Can arm, disarm, and bypass zones
.


Arm Only

Can arm, but cannot disarm
.


Gu
est
– Can arm, but canno
t disarm unless it
was used to arm. Add
itionally,
it cann
ot disar
m i
f the system was armed via the
Quick
Arm feature.



Partition
Master
– Can
add and
delet e Se
curity Codes ju
st like the System
Master
Code, except it canno
t change or
delete
the
Syst
em
Master Code.



Duress
: Can arm and disarm the control, but used in
case of a
duress situation because
it sends a
report (Contact ID E
121
Duress
) to
the
Central
Station when entered
.


Ma
ster
– Is User
Number
02, defaulted to
1234 in all
4 partitions, and can add and delete any
Security Code in the Control
Panel
. This Author
ity Le
vel
can
not be changed f
or
user
02, nor c
an it
be applied to any ot
her user.



Installer
– Is User
Number
01,
defaulted to 4112, can arm disarm and by
pass in all four partitions, but can only
disarm if the
code was used to arm the Control
Panel.

Z-Wa
ve Locks
and
User
Code Push

The
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Control Panel
can pus
h user codes (including Duress codes) out to compat
ible Z
-wave locks,
this
provides a way
to ha
ve the
codes in
the Lock and the Panel
always match. When a user code is entered in the panel you
can
select
'Z-wave Lock Control'. If you se
lect 'YE
S' for
ANY U
ser, then the panel will send those enabled codes out to t
he Lock,
overwriting any codes in the
lock so that it
matches the panel. From this point the panel will keep it
s user codes in sync wi
th the
Lock
.

NOTE:
If this feature is used
, codes
can never be
added directly to the Lock, they must be added to t
he panel to send to the
Lock. Any codes added to Lock will be overwritten the next
time the panel does a Sync.

Key
pad User Code Lockout

This
feature
is always enabled. When a user
has
enter
ed
5 incorrect Arm/Disarm commands within a 15-
minute window and a
valid command is not executed, the system s
tops processing additional numeric key presses in that Partition for
15 minutes
(or
until a valid
keyfob
is used to Disarm/Arm
). The
PROS
IXLC
D displa
ys '
User Cod
e E
rr, Key
s Lock
ed'.
The PROWLTOUCH and
Control Panel
display
, "Panel is Locked. Your panel ha
s been temporar
ily locked due to multiple PIN attem
pts.
"

A “Wrong Code Entry” event is entered i
nto the
Eve
nt Log and a message (Event 461 “Wrong C
ode Entry”) is transmitted to the
Central Station with the Parti
tion designation. Any numeric 0
-9 key press
during the lock
out will restart the 15-
minute
window.
When the lockout expires or the Lockout is cl
eared
wit
h a Keyfob, a Restore message is
sent to
the Central
Station and entered
the Event Log.


NOTES

• RF Fobs w
ill work during a keypad lockout, and when used will clear
the lockout. Duress codes will also not operate during a
lockout.

• GoTo a Partition
that is in
Lockout will not function.

• Powe
r down or reboot
clears
the Lockout.

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 41
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System Operation
(Continued
)


Dis
arming / Cance
lling an Alarm
/ Clear
ing Ala
rm Memory



Disarming
during
entry
delay or alarm:

To disarm the system during the entry delay simpl
y enter
the
4-dig
it code on the
keypad prov
ided on
the
Control Panel
or PROW
LTOUCH.

NOTE:
for the PROSiXLCDKP
type
in a valid user code +
.


Disarming during the exit d
elay
:
To disarm during the exit delay press
'Cance
l' in the bottom
left of the screen.
NO
TE:
for
the
PROSiXL
CDKP
type
in a valid user code +
.


Disarming whi
le system is
arm
ed:
On the main c
ontr
ol or
PROWL
TOUCH pre
ss 'D
isarm
' and enter the valid user code
to
disarm.
NOTE:
for the PROSiXLCDKP
type
in a v
alid use
r code +
.


Clearing Alarm Memory:
To c
lear alarm m
emory on
the main control or PROWL
TOUCH press 'OK
' on the
Ala
rm C
ancel
window.
NOT
E:
for the
PROSiXLCDKP
type in a valid user code +
.

NOTE
:
If the
alarm signal has been sent, the Cancel
signal
is sent once the first disarm is entered.
I f the Abort Window is
enabled (30 sec
onds by default) and the sy
stem is disar
med
from an alarm before the ab
ort window expir
es,
no signals
are
sent.


Rebooting
the Sy
stem

The R
eboot
function all
ows you to restart t
he system without having to power cy
cle
it. This can be d
one
from
the
Control
Panel

or the
PRO
WLTOUCH
Touc
hscreen or f
rom Al
arm
Net 360.
To reboot the
system
from t
he
Control Panel
or wireless
touchscree
n, pe
rform the following:

1. Select

Tools
and enter th
e Install
er or Master / Partition Master C
ode.

2. Se
lect
“Reb
oot
Syste
m”.
3. A conf
irmation screen appears. Sele
ct “
OK
”. The
system restart
s.

Panic Key/
Icons

The system
features thre
e Emerge
ncy Panics
for 24-hour silent, audible, fire or medical /
personal alarms. The Emer
gency
Pani
c buttons
can
be u
sed to manu
ally initiate their respectiv
e alarms and
send their rep
orts
to the Cen
tral Station.
These
functions are ident
ified by the s
ystem o
n the
keypa
ds and touchscreens as follows:

PROSIXLCDKP

Keyp
ad

There are 3 ways to act
iva
te an E
mergency
Pani
c alarm:

1. Press t
he Panic button and within 10
seconds pre
ss the desired
Emer
gency button

(Fire, Po
lice
, Medi
cal / Personal).

2. Press desired Em
ergency
button and
within 10 seconds press the
Panic button.

3. Press
desired Emergency button
and
within
10 secon
ds p
ress
the same ke
y.
NOTE:

Only the
programmed
Emergency ke
ys light up when th
e Panic key
is
pressed. If the Emergency key does not light up, it is n
ot programm
ed.

Zone

Panic


995

Fire


999

Police


996

Medical/Personal


PROA
7/PROA7PLUS
/
PROWLTOU
CH

To activate
an Emergency Panic
alarm:

1. To
uch the pani
c icon on the bottom left hand corner of the sc
reen.

2. Touch the desired Emergency Icon (F
ire,
Police, Me
dical / Personal
, and silent
).
NOT
E:
Only the program
med Emergency Ico
ns
display.

Zon
e

Panic



995

Fire


996
Medical/Personal


998

Silent


999
Police


Event
Log
(Events
)
The
control’s
event log is capable of r
ecording and displaying
up to
4,000
system events.
Thes
e events are stored
locally
in the
Control Panel
in chronological or
der
. Whe
n the maximum number of
events is reache
d in the Eve
nt Log, the system ov
erwr
ite s
the olde
st event first.
The event l
og can b
e viewe
d thr
ough the touchscreens by
select
ing the Events option from the Menu
and
enter
ing
the
Master
Co
de. Refer to the co
ntr
ol’s User Manua
l for
additional
information.
The Ev
ent
s di
splayed vary depending
upon
the options t
hat are programmed.
The tabl
e below
prov
ide
s definitions of the events/
codes that may be transmitted to the
Central Stat
ion
and/or
displa
yed by the Control Panel
. If the
even
t code is preceded by an “E”, it
me
ans
the event is new and
ongoing. If preceded by an “R”, it means
the eve
nt has been
restored.

NOTE:
In the unlik
ely condition that the backup battery becomes ful
ly d
ischarged
whe
n AC power is l
ost
, a low battery
cond
ition occur
s before complet
ely d
isch
arg
ing. A
ny system acti
vity pe
rformed after
the low battery noti
fication
is not

save
d in the event log.
Additional
ly, the control
revert
s to the status condition a
s be
fore th
e low
battery notific
ati on.
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7/PROA7PL
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and
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ide

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System Oper
atio
n
(Continue
d)


Contact I
D
®
Event
Log
Co
des
CI
D Code

Definition

Eve
n
t Log D
isplay

100

Medical Alarm

Medical Alarm

11
0

Fire Alarm

Fire Alarm

120

Panic Alarm

Panic Al
arm

121

Duress A
larm

Duress Ala
rm

122

Silent

Al
arm

Si
lent Alarm

123

Aud
ible Ala
rm

A
u
dible A
larm

131

Perimeter
A
larm

Perime
ter Alarm

132

Interior Alarm

I
nterior

Alarm

134

Entry/Exit Alarm

Entry/Exit Ala
rm

135

Day/Night Alarm

Day / Night Alarm

137

Se
nsor

Tamper Alarm

Tamper Alarm

143

Base Unit
&
K
eypad

Failure

Exp

Modu
le
Failure

145

Base Un
it &
Keypad

Tamper

E
x
p Module Ta
mper

146

Silent Burglary Alar
m

Silent

Burgla
ry

1
50

24
-
Hour Non
-
Burglary Alarm

2
4 Hr Non
-
Burglary Alarm

162

Carbon Monoxide Alar
m

CO

Alarm

301

A
C Loss Trouble

AC
L
oss

302

L
ow
System

Battery Tr
ouble

Sy
stem Low

Bat
t
ery

30
5

System Reset Troub
l
e

System Re
set

308

System shutdown

Syste
m

shutdo
wn

309

Batt
ery Test Failure

Battery Test F
ail

311

Battery Discharged or Not Installed

Batt
ery
Dead/Missing

316

System Tam
per
*

System Ta
mpe
r

330

System Per
ipher
al
Trouble

Syst
e
m Perip
heral Trouble

333

E
x
pansion Mod
ule Failu
re

Exp Module Failure

338

Ex
pansion

Modu
le Battery Failure

Exp Module B
att. Failure

341

Base Unit &
Keypad

Tamper Troub
le

C
over Tamper

344

RF Jam Dete
cte
d

RF Jam De
tec
t

350

Communicat
ion P
ath

Trouble

Com
m
. Path
Trouble

353

Cellula
r

Communicat
ion Trans
mitter Trouble

Cellul
a
r Comm.

Troubl
e

35
4

Failure to Communicate Event

Fail

to Communicate

372

Sensor Faulted

Sensor Fa
ulte
d

373

Fire T
rouble

Fire Tro
ubl
e

374

Exit

Er
ror Al
arm

Exit Er
ror A
lar
m

378

C
ross

Zone Tr
ouble

Cross Zone Tro
u
ble

380

Se
nsor Trou
ble

Sensor Trouble

3
8
1

Loss
of RF S
uperv
ision Trouble,

Superv Loss
-
RF

383

Sensor Tamper Trouble

Sensor Tamper

384

R
F Lo
w Battery

RF
Low Battery

38
5

S
m
oke Detect
or
High S
ensitivity
Troub
le

High Sen
se

3
86

Smok
e Detector Low Sensi
t
ivity Troub
le

Low Se
nse

394

Carbon Monox
i
de End
Of Life

Carb
on Monox End Of Life

401

Armed
Away / Max by User

R401
-

Arm Away

E401
-

Disarm
ed

406

Cancel

Ca
ncel

407

Syste
m

A
r
med/
Disarm
ed
Remote
ly

Armed/
Di
sarme
d R
emotely

408

Quick A
rm

Quick Arm

412

D
o
wnload Okay

Download

OK

414

Security Off

Securit
y Off

441

Armed Stay / Instant by User

R44
1
-

Arm Stay

E441
-

Disarmed from Stay
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PROA7PLUS
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allation and
Setup
Guide

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System Op
erat
ion
(Continue
d
)


Contact ID®
Ev
ent Log Codes
(Conti
nued)


CID
Code

Def
inition

Even
t

Log Di
splay

459

Recent Cl
o
se

Recent C
losing

4
61

Wrong Code Entry

W
r
ong Cod
e Entry

570

Zone/Sensor Bypass


Zone Bypas
s

571

Fire Zone Bypass

Fire Bypass

573

Burglary

Zon
e Bypass

Burg

Bypass

601

Ma
nua
l

Trigger T
est

Start

Man Trigge
r Tes
t S
tart

60
2

Pe
r
iodic T
est Report


Periodic

Test Rep

6
07

Walk T
est Mode Start

Walk T
e
st Star
t

627

Progr
amming Mode Entry

Program Mode
Entry

628

Programming Mode Exit

Program Mode Exi
t

6
54

System Ina
ctivity

System
Ina
c
tivity


Cent
ral St
ation Messages

The
followin
g Co
ntact ID
messages are
generat
ed by the Control Panel
’s cellular
and
Wi
-Fi
comm
unicators
for the conditions
listed
.
Alarm

Condition

Alarm Code

Restore Code

Power On / Re
set

E339 00 950


Primary Commun
ica
t
ion Path S
upe
rvisio
n

E350 C0 9
51

R3
50
C0 951

Seco
n
dary Co
mmunication Path Sup
e
rvision

E35
0 C0 952

R350 C0 952

Communic
a
tions F
ailure

E359
00 950

R359 00 950

Communicati
ons Failure Reminder

P359 00 950


New Registrati
on

E
360 00 000


Authorized Subs
tit
u
tion Regis
tra
tion

E
361 00 000


Una
uth
orized S
ubst
i
tution
Registration

E362 00

000


Test

E601 00 000



PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 44
-
Confirming (T
esting)
the
System


TO THE INSTALLER

Regular maintenance and insp
ection (at least
annuall
y) by the i
nstaller and freque
nt testing b
y the user are v
ital to cont
inuous
satisf
actory
operation of any ala
rm system.
The instal
ler shoul
d assume the
responsibility
of developing and offering a regular
maintenance program to the user as well as acquaint
ing the user with the proper
operation and
limitati
ons
of
the alarm sy
stem
and its
component parts
. Recommendat
ions must be include
d for a s
pecific program of frequent
testing (at least weekly) to
ensure the system’s proper operatio
n at all times.


Test M
odes

The
foll
owing test
modes
can be in
itiated by
touc
hscr
een
command
:

Test
Commun
icat
or

Te
st Sen
sors
(Walk T
est)

Normal M
ode Test


Repor
ting
Test
(AN360)



IMPORTANT
:


Notify the Central Stati
on t
o put
the
acc
ount o
n test so th
ey do not dispatch a
uthorities.


Commu
nications Tests

Th
ere
are
two
wa
ys to perform
Communic
atio
ns Te
sts:


From the Control Panel
or the
PROW
LTOUCH
Touchsc
reen,
select

To
ols
and enter the Master Code or Partition
Master
Code
then select
Syste
m Tests. Sel
ect “Test Communicat
or” then select
the
desired
Communicatio
n test.

- Te
st Wi
-Fi
= Tes
t the
Sig
nal
Stre
ngth, Speed, and Acc
ess
to the internet
.
- Test Cellular
= Test the
Sim
Status,
Sig
nal Strength, and Acc
ess
to the inter
net.

- Tes
t All
= Test both at the s
ame time.


The system dis
play
s status for Cellul
ar and Bro
adband (IP).
Exit to the
previous scree
n by selecting “ Test Sensors.
Se
lect
"Start Test"
to initiat
e the test
mode.

3. From the PROSIXL
CDKP
Keypad
s, type i
n the Master Code or Partition Ma
ste
r Code +
+
. Each keypad
emit
s a
periodic
beep ponce every minute as a reminder
that
it is stil
l in Walk Tes
t mode.

4. A pop
-u p displays,
"Start Sensor Tes
t. Please t
rigger sens
ors to see results
." Select
"OK
" to con
tinu
e or
"Cancel" to quit.

5. Upon ent
ering Walk
Test, the
Sounder
and all keypa
ds (exc
luding touchscr
eens)
sound for 2 se
conds.

6. Fault each
zon
e (wireles
s keyf
obs, d
oor
s, windows, motion detectors, etc.) and listen for t
he Chime beeps from the keypad
s
and
touchsc
reens. All protection zones an
d wir
eless ke
ys Chime in Walk Test mode. The
tou
chscreens also ann
unciat
e the
zone’
s Voice D
escriptor
.
NOTE:
For SiX™
Wire
les
s d
evices it displays the signal quality an
d th
e level
of the battery
, with
the e
xcept
ion of the Si
XF
ob. I
t only speaks the zone
that it is progr
ammed
to (i.e. Zone 500).

7. To exit Walk Test Mode, select "End
Test"
or from the PROS
IXLC
D keyp
ads
type
in the Ins
taller code,
Master C
ode
, or
Partitio
n M
aste
r Code +

.
NOTE:
The test mode timeou
t an
d exit aut
omatically after 4 hou
rs.

Normal
Mode Test

With the system in the disarmed state, check
that all zones are physic
ally restored wit
h no faul
ts on the
system.
If the syste
m is
“not
ready” check
the keypad
s or to
uchscreens for the faulted zone(s).
Restore t
he faulted zone(s) so
that the “Status” LED
lights green. Fault a
nd restore every s
ensor
individually to assure that the
zones faul
t and res
tore properly fr
om
the
keypad
s and
touchscreens.


Additiona
lly, the Ins
taller can got to Settings > Second
ary Keyp
ad to see t
he signal strength and battery life of all the SiX
RF

(PROSiXLCDKP)
Keypads.
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 45
-
Test
ing th
e System

(Continued
)

Reporting
Test

Thro
ugh the Control Panel
:
Alarm
signa
ls are
sent to the
Central
Statio
n durin g the following te
st.


1. Arm t
he system and
activat
e zones. K
eep in mind
that th
e Sw
inger Shutdown i
s defaulted
at 2 reports per zone per
armed

period (selectable 1
-6),
so only
the first 2 si
gnals
are
sent from that zone
no matter how many times
it was
act
ivated
. From
the
Control Panel
enter the 4-
digit code to disarm the system on the di
splayed keypad. Next, press ok to clear alarm
memory.
If using
the PROSiXLCDKP d
isa
rm the
system twice
(4 Digit Co
de
+ 1)
to clear al
arm memory
and
then
re -a rm the
syste
m to
test additional zones. The Ab
ort Window is set
to 30 seco
nds
(selectable None–
45 seco
nds)
, which means the
Control Panel
waits
this amount
of time before sending the alar
m signals after the alar
m is initiated.

NOTE:
Sw
inger Shutdown and
Abort Window
do
not appl
y to 24hr z
ones suc
h as
Fire, Carbon Monoxide, and Panics.

2. Initiate each of the
system’s Emergency keys to ensure proper operation an
d reports to the C
entral
Statio
n.
If the system
has bee
n p
rogrammed for silent
emergency,
there
are no audible
ala
rms or d
isplays
. A
report
is sent to the Centra
l Station.

3. Notify the Central Stat
ion wh
en all tests are com
plete and verify the r
eports with th
em.

Through
AlarmNet 360:

1. Click
on "Reporting T
est"

2. Click
on "
New Rep
orting Te
st"
the following
message
appea
rs: "This Reporting Test ensure
s th
at the alarm signal from each
sensor is reported to the Central Station. Please ensure the panel i
s armed before starting the test.
Please N
oti fy the C
entral
Statio
n that testing w
ill be in
progress prior to
starting the
rep
orting test. This will ensure t
he
Central
Stati
on will not dispatch
the authorities and notify the end users
."
3. Check
the bo
x next
to "I have
informed the Cent
ral Stat
ion."

4. Cli
ck "Start Test"
and a
zon
e list appears

5. Activa
te each zone and
wh
en the proper si
gnal is
received
a green check
mark ap
pears in the Reporting Test Status column.

6. When
complete
click
"Stop Test"

7. Enter a name for
the test an
d any notes desired.

8. Press "Don
e"
and the followi
ng prom
pt
disp
lays
"Al arm Repor
t Test Saved
. T
he
test is comp
lete
. Now you can start
monitoring
the alarms.
"
9. Check
the box next to "I have inform
ed the Central Stat
ion"

10.
Click
"Finish".

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 46
-
Automa
tion
Introduction to Automation
Your
PROA7/
PRO
A7PLUS is a
Primary
Z-Wav
e C
ontroller
which
controls
of a mesh netw
ork o
f wir
eles
s Z
-Wa
ve and Z
-Wave
Plu
s

devices
. This system may
be used wi
th all de
vices certified with the Z
-Wave Plus
certificate and should be c
ompatible
with such devices produced by
oth
er manufacturers.
Z-W
ave
products
are “included”
into the Contr
oller
, so once
they
are
programed, ea
ch d
evice is assigned a uniq
ue
address
which all
ows them to communicate with each ot
her and cannot be
activated
by a neighbor’s Z
-Wave automation sys
tem
. Z
-Wave is a wirele
ss p
rot
ocol that
many manufacturers can add to
thei
r
pro
duct
s such
as in
-wall light
swi
tches, in
-wall outlets/r
eceptacles,
plug in
lamp/appliance modules, thermostats,
door locks,
garage door openers, and ma
ny more. These devices c
an
be
individually contr
olle
d locally fr
om the Control Panel
and
Tou
chscree
ns, m
anually at
each device, or
remo
tely from
the Total Conn
ect 2.0 app
. The
PROA7/
PR
OA7PLUS can control as
many as 78
Z-Wave devices, which are sold separat
ely. Every device is e
nro
lled
into the system diff
erently a
nd
some are more
diffic
ult tha
n others
. We
highly
recommend hiring a prof
essional to install devices s
uch as
ther
mostats,
in-wall switches,
receptacles, and door locks. Other devices
such as plu
g-in lamp modules can be e
asily
added to your autom
ation sys
tem
,
typically by the pu
sh of a
butt
on. Z-Wave home
control networks are d
esigned to work properly al
ongside wire
less secu
rity
sensors, Wi
-Fi, Bluetooth and other wireless devices. Some 900MHz wi
reless devices such as
bab
y cam
s, wireless video
dev
ices and
older cordless phones
may caus
e int
erferen
ce and lim
it Z-Wave functionali
ty.

Z-Wave
Range
The
PROA7/
PROA7
PLUS securit
y system
complies with the Z
-Wave
Plus
standard of
open
-air, line of sight transmission

distances of
500 feet
. Actual performance in a home
depends on the number of walls
bet
ween
the
Control Panel
and
the
desti
nation devic
e, the type
of construction
and the num
ber of Z
-Wave devices installed in the Z
-Wave
network.


Each wall or ob
stacle betwe
en the remot
e and the destinati
on device
can reduce the
maximum range of
500
fee
t by
approxi
mately
25-3
0%.
Refri
gerators,
large TV’s, mirrors, et
c. can reduce ran
ge by much more or c
ompletely block a signal.


Brick, til
e or concrete walls block
more of the
RF signal t
han
walls made of w
ooden studs and drywall.


Wall
-mounted Z
-Wave devices
installed in m
etal
junction box
es suffe
r a signific
ant loss of
range (approxim
ately 20%) s
ince
the
metal box blocks a large part of the
RF signal.

Additional Z
-Wave Informa
tion


Z-Wave
dev
ices communicate
with eac
h other to m
ake
sure signals get from the C
ontroller
to th
e des
tination d
evice, so
the
more dev
ices in the
Z-Wave network,
the better
they work
and the more stable the network bec
omes. A signal can hop f
rom
device t
o device fou
r times to get to t
he destin
ation device
. Battery operated devices,
such as door lock
s, do
not hop s
ignals
to
other device
s. This is
to conserve bat
tery power.
Only con
stant powered devices can hop signal
s. The Controller learns

the best path (from dev
ice
to device) in t
he networ
k to get a s
ignal to the destination dev
ice
.

There c
an be
one
primary con
troller wi
th multiple
secondary c
ontrollers in a Z
-Wave netwo
rk. If y
ou have a scenario where
a different
manufacturer’s controller needs to be primary, a
“Shift Controller”
command
can be performe
d; which shift
s the
prima
ry to secondary an
d sec
ondary to
primary, m
aking the
PROA7/
PR
OA7PLUS the
secondary contr
oller.
If this contr
oller
is being used as a secondary c
ontroller, use this procedure to reset this
controller only if the n
etw
ork primary
controlle
r is
missing or otherwise in
operable.


When
inclu
ded as a s
econdary controller, t
his device
can support Asso
ciation comm
and class
Group 1 (aka Lifeline) up to 3
node
ID’s.


Each Z
-Wave devic
e knows when
it is
learned into a Z
-Wave netwo
rk. Once it
is in
clu
ded into a network,
it can
not learn into
a diff
erent one unti
l it is excluded
(removed)
from the existing o
ne.


The sys
tem is not aware
of door locks being enabled with any temporary user s
hutdown feat
ure such
as Vacation Mode. The
sys
tem continue
s to lock
/unlock a door if p
rogrammed
to do so.


Cert
ain m
odel of
Z-Wa
ve door locks with t
humbturns a
llow a brief per
iod in which
the thum
bturn can be operated manually
befor
e the device locks automatically. Lo
cks of
this type are not re
commend
ed for use w
ith Sc
ene
s.

Some Z
-Wave devi
ces may n
ot communicate
low
-b attery not
ifications. Please pay
attention
to low battery i
ndications on
individ
ual devices and replace batteries when the notifications appear.


The
Control Panel
issue
s a “
Failed
” sta
tus
on
Z-Wave devices
wh
en it does not rece
ive a res
ponse back from
that
device.
Th
ese devices are indi
cated by a
symbol on the
Z-Wave Devic
e Managem
ent menu.
This can be due to range,

interference, or the dev
ice itself.
If th
e Control Panel
receives
a s
ignal from t
he dev
ice
, the “Failed” stat
us clear
s.


IMPORTANT

Autom
ation can ON
LY
be used for lifes
tyle enhancement. It must n
ot be used
for perso
nal
safety or property protection

no
r for use to control powe
r to

medical

or li
fe
support equipment!




Z-Wave autom
ation
fun
ctionality is suppl
ementary
onl y and has no
t bee
n evaluate
d by
compliance
agency.
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 47
-
Automati
on (Continued)

Accessing and
Controll
ing Z-
Wave Devices
Select
,
then s
croll down and select “Dev
ices”
, and
next
cho
ose “All Devices”. Th
is populates a list o
f all the currently
included (
enrolled) Z
-Wave
devi
ces. From
here the devices can be controll
ed
by choosing t
he appropriate desired action for
each device.

Z-Wave Device Management Screen

Sel
ect
,
then
scroll
down and select “Devices

, and next c
hoose
“Z-Wave Device Managem
ent”. T
his screen has t
he
following opti
ons:



Enrolled Devices



Inclusion
Mode


Exclusion
Mode


Network
Wide
Inc
lusion Mode



Local Controller Info




Shift Controlle
r


Update Network



Remo
ve All F
ail ed
Devices



Reset the
Cont
roller

En
rolle
d Devi
ces

Th
is option provides a
list
of al
l Z
-Wave device
enrolled
in the network and their
status (online, offline, etc.).

Including (
Addin
g) Automation Devices


Including, or adding, devices to the netw
ork can be
done locally or usi
ng AN3
60 (
www.al
armnet
360.com
or the AN360 App).

The following procedur
e explains
how to “Incl
ude”
Z-Wave products alon
g with ex
pla
ining other Z
-Wave features.


Note:

If using o
lder
(300 seri
es/
First Gen)
Z-Wave de
vices
with the co
ntr
ol the
re wil
l be some los
s of fu
nctio
nality
. It is
recommen
ded that 500 series or higher devi
ces be used to ensure f
or full functionality
.


Touchscreen
Display

Local

AN360

QS-091-V0
_ Z-Wave_Managemen
t _1
Z-Wave Management
Enrolled Devices
Exclusion Mode
Inclusion Mode
Ne
twor
kwide Inclusion Mode

1. Select
.
2. Scroll down and sel
ect “Dev
ice
s”
.
3. From the right
, sel
ect “Z
-Wav
e
Management”.

4. A keypad display
s. Enter
the
Master or
Partit
ion Master
code.

5. Sel
ect “Inclusion Mode” if the device
being added is very close
to the
Control
Panel
and can signal direct
ly to it.
Select “Net
work Wid
e Inclusion” if the
device s
upports it
, whi
ch
is to be
included through hop
ping
signa
ls
through the Z
-W
ave netw
ork.

NOTE:
The display s
how
s the DSK PIN

when t
he system is put into “L
earn
Mode”.

1. Login to AN360

2. Select Z
-Wave Devices on
the left
-hand
side of
the
screen.



6.

The
sy
s
tem
is ready t
o
inc
lude a

devi
ce.
Activate
the dev
ice.

NOT
ES:


Each type of
Z-Wave de
vice has its
own
unique w
ay to initiate its incl
usion
process. Please r
efer to your
devices
instructions on how to
include it into a Z
-
Wave Cont
rol ler.


Some devices,
such a
s door loc
ks, m
ay
req
uire
to be within 3
feet o
f the
Control
Panel
to be in
cluded i
nto the netw
ork.
Once included, it can be installed in the
desired loca
tion.

3.

Select

“Include Devices” and
the screen displays “Enter to
inclusion m
ode please wait

then
“Re
ady to Inc
lude
device. Pr
ess the functi
on
butt
on on
devi
ce.”

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 48
-
Automati
on
(Contin
ued)

Touchsc
reen Display

Local

AN360


7. It indic
ate
s “1 Device Included”
. Select
. If a device is not
including,
try the following:


If possibl
e, bring the Z
-Wave d
evice
closer to t
he Control Panel
.

Try going th
rough t
he ex
cludi
ng
procedure in
the next s
ection. If
the
device was tested in a different

network and not excluded, it
can
not
include into a different netw
ork until
it receives an exclu
sio
n signal. Then
try to in
clude it aga
in.
4. Inclu
de the next device,
or if
finis
hed s
elect “Abort” to

return to
the Z
-Wave
Devices
scree
n.

8. By default, when a device is included
int o the system
, it has
its own generic
name s
uch as “Device 1” or s
omething

similar. To rename th
e dev
ice, touch

the
device
name
on the left s
ide.

9. A keyboard
displays
, enter t
he desired
name of the
device. The
n select
.
NOTE:
Up
to 40 characters can be
used to
cre
ate a name, however, only the f
irst 25
characters
are
shown i
n t
he “Favorites”
scr
een, wh
ich is cov
ered
later.
The
new
device name is d
ispla
yed.
Select
<
to go
ba
ck to th
e device’s f
ull screen.

5. To change the device name,


select the pencil
icon to the

right of the device.

Excludi
ng (Removing) Automati
on Devices

The following proc
edu
re e
xplain
how
to exclude
Z-Wa
ve products fr
om a Z
-Wave
netwo
rk, so they can be
used in
a different

network. Th
is can also be used if
you are having problems
including a
device in to a network, which
allows
a device to be
included
aft er being excluded.

T
o
uchs
creen Disp
la
y

L
ocal

A
N360

QS-091-V0
_ Z-Wave_Managemen
t _1
Z-Wave Management
Enrolled Devices
Exclusion Mode
Inclusion Mode
Ne
twor
kwide Inclusion Mode

1.

Select


th
en, scr
oll d
own
and select
“Devi
ces

. Fr
om the right
, select “Z
-
Wave Management”.

2. Ente
r the Master or Partiti
on Master
code.

3. Select “Ex
clusion Mode”.

1. Login to AN360

2. Select Z
-Wave Devic
es on
the left
-ha
nd
side
of the
scr
een.


3.

It

pro
mpt
s

you to exc
lude Z
-
Wave
devi
ce
by pressing t
he
function
button on t
he
device. T
ypically, you would exc
lude the
device the sam
e way it was
included.
See the instruction
s for that device for
further deta
ils.

4. It indicate
s “1 Dev
ice Ex
clud
ed”. Selec
t
or continue exc
luding
more
devi
ces if needed.

3
.

S
elect “
E
xclude

Devic
es” and

the
screen displays “Enter to

exclusion mode plea
se wait


then “Ready to exclude

device. Press the function

but
ton on devi
ce.”

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 49
-
Automation (
Conti
nued)


Tou
ch
scr
een Di
spla
y
Local

AN360

QS-091-V0
_
Z-Wave_Managemen
t _1
Z-Wave Management
Enrolled Devices
Exclusion Mode
Inclusion Mode
Ne
twor
kwide Inclusion Mode

5. After
you
sel
ect
, the “Z-
Wa
ve M
anagemen
t” page
is displayed.
Se
lect
<
to go back to the
main screen.

4. Exclude
the next de
vice, or if
finished select “Ab
ort” to
return to the Z
-Wave Dev
ices
screen.

Netwo
rk W
ide I
nclusion
Networ
k Wide
Inclusion allows y
ou to i
nclud
e devices through t
he n
etwork,
not just within direct ra
nge
of the
controller (
Control Panel
).
Local Controller Inf
o
Provide
s the controllers Name,
Securit
y Level, Vendor Name
, No
deID, and Z
-Wave
Role.

Sh
ift
Controll
er
Shifts
the
PROA7/
PROA7PLU
S to secondary
Controller i
n case you have
a different manufacturer’s Controller t
hat needs to be
primary. A
Z-W
ave network can
have
one prim
ary controller with mul
tiple se
condary control
lers.
Update Network

Use
thi s after addi
ng, removing, o
r relo
cating
a Z
-Wave dev
ice
. This allo
ws the panel to
remap signals t
o each device in the
net
work.

Remove All Failed Devices

Any device that has failed
can be removed from the
Control
ler with this f
unction. Use only when t
he
device
doe
s not work in any

locat
ion and
has been pr
ove
n bad.

Reset
Controller


If the
Control P
anel
is the primary controller for your network, resettin
g it result
s in the
devices i
n your network to be or
phaned
and it is
necess
ary after the reset to ex
clu
de and re-in
clude
all the d
evices
in the
network.
This
default
s the Z
-Wave Control
ler
in the syst
em which removes
all programmed Z
-Wave devices, how
ever
, the devices d
o not
receive
an exclusion
signal. S
o,
when
they need to be
included, they need to be excluded fi
rst. PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 50
-
Au
tomation
(Conti
nued)

Alexa

If you want
the Alexa feature
(PROA&PL
US O
nly)
, it must be enable
d in “Settings” through AN360
(www.alarmnet360.com)
. Ea
ch Touchscreen insta
lled
on
your
system,
including th
e Control Panel
, is cons
idered a
separate device to Alexa
. The fol
lowing setup procedure must
be performed on
the
Control Panel
and
each
Touchscreen as desired
. In the devic
es sect
ion of your Alex
app,
the
Control Panel
is identi
fied
as “
QS
AIO”
(All
-In-
One)
while each Touchscreen
is identifi
ed as “WTS”
(Wirele
ss Touch
screen)
.
The
Contr
ol Panel
and
Touchscreens su
pports
a variety
of general
Alexa
skills:



Weather Update


Flash Ne
ws Brie
fing


Sports Updates


Stock Updates


Local T
raffic
& Driv
e Time



R
ecipes/Mea
l Ide
as/Wine
Pairing


Math
Calculations


Dista
nce Calculati
ons


Timer
s

Alarms



To Do Lis
ts


Add Ev
ent
s to Calendar


Shopping Lists


Direct Shopping


Reminders

NOTE:
Phone C
alls ar
e NOT supported
on th
e
Control Panel

or T
ouchscreens.

If usin
g Total Connect
2.0,
the
account
can
be linked a
s a skill throug
h your Alexa
app.
It is
link
ed
with you
r T
otal
Connect 2.
0 user
name and
password. Once they are l
inked, perform the following commands through y
our A
lexa
devices:



“Alexa
, ask Total C
o
nne
ct “
What is the sta
tus o
f my security

system?””


“Ale
xa, ask Total Co
nnect, “Is m
y security sy
stem armed?””


“Ale
xa, tell Total Connec
t to Arm
.”


“Alexa, tell To
tal Conn
ect to Arm Away.”



“Alexa
, tell
Total Connect to

Arm
Stay.”


“Alexa, tell Total Connect
to run
bedtime”. (Bedtime
can be
a scene programmed to
turn lights off
and arm the
system).


Any
programmed sc
ene
can be activat
ed fr
om Alexa
,
except for scenes th
at unlock doors or Disarm the s
ystem
.

NOTES:


Any Automa
tion Scene programmed to run when the
system is armed a
ctiva
tes when you tell
Alexa to arm your syste
m.

As a
securit
y fea
ture,
the sy
stem
cannot
be
Disarm
ed
using Alexa.
Alexa
is not associated with any u
ser
codes in your
system. Disar
ming require
s the e
ntry of
a valid 4-digit code.


Fo
r mul
ti-location Total Conne
ct 2
.0 accounts, onl
y the first (
single)
location in Tot
al Co
nnect 2.0 is
sup
ported.


For
multi
-partition
Control Panel
s, Alexa
is supported from any partition. Total Connect 2.0 scenes from Alexa is supported
from partition one.
.


The
follo
wing
procedure
expl
ains
how to s
etup Alex
a on the Control Panel
and Touc
hscr
eens
.

Step

Touchs
creen Disp
lay

Descri
ption


1. Sele
ct
the
n, scroll down
and select “Settings”

. From th
e right, select
“Voice Servi
ces
.”
2. Select “Amazon Alexa
”.
3. Enter
the Mas
ter or Partiti
on Master code. R
ead the E
nd User License
Agreem
ent
caref
ully
. If you ac
cept
the agreem
ent, selec
t
. If you
do not agree, select
.

4.

Once you accept t
he license a
greement, you
are

prompted t
o g
o to the
amazon web site
as
describ
ed
on th
is screen. Lo
g int
o the
Amazon
account
with your username and pa
ssword.
En
ter the 6-di
git c
ode provid
ed from this
screen int
o Amazon
site.

5. When the Amazon web site has
indicated “
Success! Your registration is
complete.”. The screen auto
matical
ly updat
es and indicat
es “Login
Successf
ul”. Sel
ect
.
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PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 51
-
Automation
(Co
ntinued
)


6. Select
. Access
this scre
en again b
y following s
teps 1-3
.

If you
, th
en Alexa is not
avail
able on the device from which you
logged
out. If you want to re
-ena
ble
the de
vic
e, repeat steps 1-6
agai
n on the
devi
ce from w
hich you logged out fr
om
.

After
the Alexa fe
ature
has been enabled on
the
Control Panel
and each
Touchscr
een, the “Display & A
udio Settings” screen display
s a toggle
but
ton for
Alexa Voice Comma
nds
on eac
h e
nabled device. If Alexa
is not enabl
ed on a
Touchscreen, Alexa Voic
e Command
s are not displa
yed.
When Alex
a Voice
Co
mmands is ena
bled, it
turn
s blue and
Alexa can be used wi
th all avail
able
features. If disabled,
Alexa
does
not respond to a
ny
commands u
ntil
it has been
re-enab
led
.

The A
lexa icon
is displayed in the bot
tom of
the
Home screen.
Any
time you
prompt “Ale
xa”, the bott
om bar above the Alexa
Logo animates
in acco
rdance
with
the Alexa operation and an X
display
s next to the Alexa
ico
n to st
op
any
announcements.
The
bottom bar al
so flash
es yellow when there is
a notifi
cati
on
and turn red i
f Alexa Voice Comman
ds has been d
isabled.

Bluetooth Dis
arm

If the “Bluetooth
Disarm” fea
ture has been enabled
(PROA7PLUS Only)
in “Se
tti ngs” in
AN360 (
www.alarmnet360.com
), the
system disarm
s as soon
as a user’s
Bluetooth
device
is connected to the
system.
Mult iple dev
ices
can be pai
red
per user, but
up
to a maximum
of six
Bluetooth devices in
the system. Each of
the six Bluetooth device
s can be setup
in the Control Panel

and e
ach Touchscreen.


IMPO
RT
ANT SEC
URIT
Y NOTICE

Your Blu
etooth device is sim
ilar to your house ke
ys. If lost or
stolen, another pers
on can compr
omise your security system.

Im
mediately notify y
our
Dea
ler of a lost or s
tolen Bluetoot
h device. Your Dealer can then disable Bluetooth
programm
ing
from your se
curit
y system.


Touchs
creen Display

Descrip
tion


1. Select
then, scroll down a
nd select “S
ettings”
.. From t
he right
, select
“User Managemen
t”.
2. A keypad
is disp
layed. Enter t
he Master or Parti
tion Mas
ter code.
3. Select the
desired
user
from the li
st.

4. Scroll down in the
user, then s
elect “B
luetooth Disarm
”.
5. Select “
PAIR
”. PROA
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ide

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-
Automation (Continued)


6. The
Control Panel
enters pairing mode.
In t
he
user’ device, e
nable Bluetoot
h
and look for the Control Panel
or Touchscreen.
It is labell
ed “ProSerie
s-
XXXXX”, where X is the last 5 digits
of its MAC address
.

7. The
Control Panel
or Touchscreen provide
s a 6-
digit passkey.
You may need
to e
nte
r th
is on your device
or it may disp
lay automatically.
Select
“PAIR’ on
your device
and selec
t
on the
Con
trol Panel
or Touchscreen.


8. Once paired, th
e Control Panel
display
s the connected
device, its
MAC,
partition it is
to contro
l and its connection s
tat us. You have the opt
ion to
“UNPAI
R” the user’
s device.

PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 53
-
Regul
ato
ry Agency Sta
tements


Fed
eral Commun
ications
Commission (
FC
C) & ISE
D Statem
ents

The user shall not make any changes or
modifications to the eq
uipment unless authorized by
the Instal
lat ion
Instructions o
r User's Manual. U
nauthorized
changes or
modif
icat
ions could void the user's a
uthority to
operate
the equipment.

CLASS B
DIGITAL
DEVIC
E STAT
EMENT

This equipment has been t
ested to FCC requirement
s and has been found acceptable
for use
. T
he F
CC requires the foll
owing statement for your information:

Thi
s eq
uipment generate
s and uses r
adio freque
ncy energy and if not i
nstalled
and use
d prop
erly,
that is, in strict accordance w
ith the manufacturer's i
nstructions,
may cause inter
fer
ence to
rad
io and television recept
ion. It has been type tes
ted and found to
com
ply
with the lim
its for a Cl
ass B computi
ng devi
ce in accordan
ce
with
the spec
ificat
ions i
n Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide r
easonable protection against
such inter
fer
ence
in a resident
ial in
stallation. H
owever,
ther
e is no guarantee th
at interference
will not occ
ur in a par
ticular i
nstallation. I
f this e
quipment
does
cause
interference to radio or televi
sion reception, which ca
n
be determined by turning t
he
equipmen
t off a
nd on, the user is e
ncouraged to try to corre
ct the interfere
nce
by
one or more of the follow
ing measure
s:

If u
sing an indoor
antenna
, replac
e it w
ith a quality outdoor antenna
.

Reor
ient the receiving antenna until interference is red
uce
d or eli
min
ated.



Move the
radio
or television
receiver aw
ay from the receiver
/co
ntrol.


Move
the antenna
leads away
from any
wire runs to the receiver/con
trol.


Plug
the receiver/control into a di
fferent outlet so that i
t and the radio or television r
eceiver
are
on
different branch cir
cuits.


Cons
ult the deal
er or an experie
nced
radio/TV techni
cian for hel
p.
This Cla
ss
B digi
tal apparatus
complies
with Ca
nadian
ICES
-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme
à la norme NMB
-003 du Canada
.

FCC
ISED
Statem
ent

This devi
ce com
plies with Pa
rt 15 of the
FCC Rules, and
ISED
’s license
-exemp
t RSSs. Oper
ation is su
bject to the following
two conditions:
(1) Th
is dev
ice may not
cause harmful inter
ference, and (2) This device must accept any interf
ere
nce receive
d, i
ncluding inter
ferenc
e that may cause undesired operation.

Cet
app
areil est confor
me à la part
ie 15 des r
èg
les de la FCC et exem
pt de li
cence RS
S ISED
. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux c
onditions suivantes: (1)
Cet
appareil ne doit pas cause
r d’inte
rfé
renc
es nuisibles.
(2) Ce
t appareil doit accepter toute interférence r
eçu
e y compris l
es interféren
ces causan
t une réc
eption
indésir
able
.

Responsible Par
ty / I
ssuer of Supplier’s Declaration
of Conformity: Honeywel
l International, 2 Corporate
Ce
nter Dri
ve.
, Me
lville, NY 117
47, Ph
: 516-
577
-200
0.



Agency
Notices

1.
For R
esident
ial Burglar A
larm installa
tions with
line sec
urity, total e
xit dela
y time must not exceed 60 seconds. For Burglar Alarm
ins
tallations without line securit
y, total
exit d
elay time must
not exceed 120 sec
onds.

2.
Per
iodic testing mu
st b
e at least every
24 hours.

3.
Remote dow
nloading without an alarm com
pany tec
hnician on-
site (unattended downloading) is
not permissible for ETL
installations.

4.
As SIA li
mit
s for delay
of alarm reporting and
sounding can
exceed UL St
andard limits for co
mme
rcial and res
idential appl
ications,
the
follo
wing requirements per UL681 ar
e prov
ided:


The maximum time that a control unit shall be programm
ed to delay the transmission
of a signal t
o a remote monitor
ing location, or to
delay
the energizing of a l
ocal
alarm sounding
device to per
mit the al
arm syste
m user to enter and di
sarm the
syste
m, or
to arm the system and
exit shal
l not exceed:


a)
60 s
econds for a system with standa
rd line sec
urit
y or encrypted
line
security,


b) 120 second
s for a system w
ithout
standard line
security or
encrypted
line security, or


c) 120 seconds for
a syst
em tha
t does not transmit an alarm si
gnal to a remote

monitoring
location.




RF Expos
ure

Warning

Th
e an
tenna(s) used
for th
is transmitter must be in
stalled to provi
de a
separation dist
ance of at l
east 7.8 in
(20 cm)
from all
perso
ns and m
ust not be co
-locate
d or operated in conjunction wi
th any other transmitter
except in accordance with F
CC
and
ISED
mu
lti -transmitter pr
oduct
procedures.

Mise en Garde

Exposition aux
Freq
uen
ces Radio:
La
/les antenne
(s) utilisée(
s) pour
cet émetteur
doit/doi
vent
êtr
e inst
allée(
s)
à une
distance de séparation
d'au moins 20 cm (7,8 pouces)
personne et ne pas être
située(
s)
ni f
onctionner par
allèle
ment à tout
autre transmetteur ou antenne
, ex
cep
té en conform
ité avec les
procédures
de produ
it multi trans
metteur
FCC et I
SED
s
.


IMP
ORTANT NOTE ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTE
NNAS

If an external cell
ular radio antenna is used,
the
antenna
ma
y be
installed or
replac
ed ONLY by a professional
installer.


To
the
Installer

PROLT
E-A:
The ext
ernal antenna
gain s
hall not exceed 6.63 dBi for 7
00MHz
and 850MHz, 6.0 dBi for 1700MHz and 8.5 dBi for
1900MHz. Under no conditions may an anten
na
gain be
used th
at would exceed the ERP and EIRP
power limits
as specified in
FCC
Pa
rts 22H, 24E and 27.

PROL
TE-V: The e
xternal antenna gain shall not
exceed 6.94 dB
i for 700MHz, 6.0 dBi for 1700MHz and
9.01 dBi for 1900MHz.
Under no conditions may an anten
na gain be
used
that would ex
ceed t
he ERP and EI
RP power lim
its as specified
in FCC
Parts
22H, 24E and 27.

PR
OLTE
-CN:
The
external antenna gai
n shall not exceed 6.6
3 dBi for 700MHz and 850MHz, 6.0 dBi
for 1700MHz and 8.51 dBi

for 1900MHz. Under no condi
tio ns may a
n anten
na gain be used that
would exceed
the ERP and
EIRP power limi
ts a
s specified
IC RSS-130, RSS
-1 32, RSS
-13
3, and RS
S-139
. PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 54
-

WARNI
NG

THE
LIMITATIO
NS OF THIS A
LARM SYSTEM

While this System i
s an advanced design security system, it does not of
fer
guarant
eed
pro
tection against burglary, fire or
other
emergency. Any alarm syst
em,
whether comm
ercial or re
sidential,
is subjec
t to compromise or fai
lure to warn f
or a v
ariety of reasons.
For example:


Intruders may gain ac
cess through unprotected ope
nin
gs or ha
ve
the
technical soph
istica
tion to bypas
s an alarm s
ensor or
disconn
ect
an
alarm warning
device.


Intrusion dete
ctors (
e.g., passive
infrared
detecto
rs), s
moke detectors, and many other sensin
g devices will not work without
power. Battery-
operated
devices
will n
ot work without batt
eries, with d
ead batteries, or if the bat
teri
es
are not put i
n properly.
Devices pow
ered solely by AC will not work
if thei
r AC p
ower s
upply is cut off for any reason, however briefly.

Signals sent by wireless transmit
ters may
be
blo
cked or reflected by
metal before
they reach
the alarm receiv
er.
Eve
n if the sign
al
path has
been recent
ly checked during a wee
kly test
, blocka
ge can
occur
if a metal object is moved int
o the path.


A user may
not be able to reach a pani
c or emerge
ncy
but
ton quickly en
ough.


While smoke
detectors h
ave played a key
rol
e i
n reducing re
sidential fi
re deaths i
n the Uni
ted States, th
ey may not activ
ate or

provi
de early warning for a variety
of reasons in as many as
35% of all fires, according
to data pu
bli shed
by the Federa
l
Emer
gency Managem
ent Agency. Some of the reas
ons
smo
ke detectors used in conj
unction wit
h this System may not w
ork are as
follo
ws. S
moke d
etectors may have been improper
ly installed and positio
ned. Smoke detectors may not
sense fire
s t
hat
start
where sm
oke ca
nnot reach th
e detectors,
such as in chim
neys
, i n walls, or r
oofs, or on
the other sid
e of cl
osed doors. Sm
oke
detectors al
so may
not sense a fire on another level of
a residence or building
. A second floor detector, f
or
example,
ma
y no
t
sense a firs
t floo
r or basement
fire. Final
ly, smoke detect
ors
have sensing lim
itations. N
o smoke det
ector can
sense every k
ind of
fire ever
y time
. In g
eneral, detectors may not always warn about fires cause
d by carelessness and safety
ha
zards li
ke
smoking in
bed, vi
olent
explosions, escaping gas,
improper storag
e of
flammable mater
ials, overlo
aded electr
ical circ
uits, children
playing
with
ma
tches,
or ar
son. Depending on the nature of
the fire and/or location of the smoke detectors, the detector,
even i
f it operates as
ant
icipated, may
not provide
sufficient warning
to
allow all occupants to es
cape in tim
e to prevent injury or
death.


Passive
Infra
red Mo
tion Detectors can only detect
intrusion within the designed ranges as diagrammed i
n t
heir ins
tal lati
on manual.
Pas
sive I
nfrared Detec
tors do not
provide volumetr
ic a
rea
protection.
They do crea
te multiple
beams of
protection, a
nd intru
sion
can
only
be det
ected in unobstructed areas cov
ered by those beams. The
y cannot detect motion or in
tru
sion tha
t takes
place
behind
walls,
ceilings, fl
oors, closed
doors, glass partit
ion
s, glass door
s, or window
s. Mechani
cal tampe
ring, masking,
paintin
g or
spr
aying
of any
material on the mirrors, windows or any part of the optical system can reduce thei
r d
etection
ab
ilit y. Passive
Inf
rared
Detectors sen
se changes i
n temperature; h
owev
er,
as the ambient temperatu
re of the pro
tected
area approache
s the
temperatur
e rang
e of 9
0° to 105°F (32° to 40°C), the detection performance ca
n decrease.


Alarm warning
dev
ices suc
h as si
rens, bells or
horns
may not aler
t people or wake up sleepers
if the
y are located
on the othe
r side
of c
losed or partly open do
ors. If warning
device
s are
located on a different level of
the residence from the bedrooms, then they are
less
likely to wak
en or alert people
insid
e the bedroom
s. Even pers
ons who are awak
e ma
y n
ot hear the w
arning if the
alarm is
mu
ffled b
y noise from a
stereo,
radio,
air co
nditio
ner or other appliance, or by p
assing traffic. Finally,
alarm warning devices,
however
loud, m
ay
not
warn hearing
-impaire
d people.


Telephone lines needed to transmi
t a
larm signals from a premi
ses to a cent
ral mon
itoring statio
n may be
out of
service or
temporarily out of service. Tele
phone lines are also sub
ject to compromise by sophis
tic ated int
rud
ers.


Even if the
syste
m responds to
the emergency as intended, howe
ver
, occupants m
ay have insu
fficient ti
me
to protect themselve
s
from t
he emerg
ency s
ituati
on. In the case of a monitored
alarm system, authoritie
s may not respond appropriat
ely
.

This
eq
uipm
ent, like othe
r electrical device
s, is subjec
t to component f
ailu
re.
Even though
this equipm
ent is desi
gned to l
ast as
long as
10 year
s, the electro
nic components could fail at any time.

The most common cause of an alarm system not funct
ion
ing when
an
int rusion or fire
occur
s is inadequate maintenan
ce. This alarm
syste
m s
hould be test
ed weekly to
make sure
all sensors and transmi
tters ar
e working properly.
The security keypad (and remote
keypad) should be tested as well.

Wireless transmit
ter
s (used
in some
systems) are
design
ed to provide
long batter
y life under nor
mal
ope
rating condit
ions. Longev
ity of
batt
eries may
be as much as
4 to 7 years, dependi
ng on
the environment, usage, and the
specific wireless device being used. External
facto
rs
such as
hum
idit
y, high or low
tempe
ratures, as w
ell as large
swings in tempe
ratu
re,
may all reduce the actual
battery l
ife in a
given installa
tion. Th
is wirel
ess sy
stem,
however, can identify a true low battery situation, thu
s allowing time to arrange a
change of
bat
tery
to maintain protect
ion for that given point
within the syste
m.

Inst
alling an ala
rm system may
make the
ow
ner eli
gible for a lo
wer insurance ra
te, bu
t an a
larm system is not a substitute
for insurance.
Homeowne
rs, property owners and rent
ers
should
continue to act prude
ntly i
n protecting themselves and continue to i
nsur
e t
heir lives
an
d property.

We continue
to devel
op new and improved pr
otection
devices. Us
ers of alarm systems owe it to
themselves and their lov
ed ones to
learn about these
developmen
ts.


Warning:
this u
nit in
cludes an ala
rm verificat
ion feature that
wil
l result in a de
lay of the sy
stem alarm
signal f
rom the indica
ted circuits.
Th
e tota
l dela
y (control unit plus smoke dete
ctors) shall not exceed 60 seconds. No other smoke d
ete
ctor sha
ll be c
onnected to these
circuits unless
approved by
the local authority
ha
ving jurisdic
tion.


Avert
issement:
Cette unit
é peut être pr
ogrammée
pour ut
iliser
une f
onction de vérification d’alarm
e d’incendie qui entraîn
e un délai
dans la signalisa
tio n des al
arm
es p
rovenant des c
ircuit
s dédiés à l’
incendie. Le
délai total (unité
de
commande et détecteurs de
fumée)
ne
doit pas
dépasser 60 se
condes.
Aucun au
tre dé
tecteu
r de fumée ne doit être raccord
é à ces circuits sans l’
approbation des autorités
compé
tentes l
oca
les.

Note
:
Each pr
otecte
d circuit wit
hin this con
trol is supervised.


PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 55
-
Specifications

PROA7/
PROA7P
LUS
Series
Residential Bu
rglar and Fire
Alarm
Control Panel

Physical:

Dimensions
..........................................................................................
7.875” (200mm)
W x 5.75” (146mm) H x 1.
0” (25.4mm) D



Electrical:


Vo
ltage
Input
.............................................................................................
110VAC, 60 Hz/
9 V
dc from plug
-in 2.
5A power supp
ly
Rechargeable
Back
up
Battery
..................................................................
Lith
ium
-ion
battery p
ack ra
ted at 3.6/4.2V,
7500
mAH


Communication:

Formats Supported
..........................................................................................................................
4-digit
Contact ID
® Reporti
ng


SIA Quick Refe
rence Guide

Programming Sec
tion

Fe
ature

Range

Shipping Def
ault

SIA Requ
irement

AN360 Program
ming Fields

REP
ORTER
/

REPOR
T SE
LECTION



Exit Er
ro
r

Not se
lectable

Enabled

Enabled

Recent Closing

Not select
abl
e

Enabled

Enabl
ed

Alarm Can
cel

Enabled or Disa
bled

Enabled

Enabled

SYSTEM

Num
b
er

of Reports

1 to 6

2

2


Alarm Rep
ort Dela
y
(Abort Windo
w)

15, 30 and 45

secon
ds

30
seco
nds

30
seconds*

PA
RTITIONS

Entry Delay # 1

None, 1
5, 30, 45, 60 and
90 seconds
and 2, 3 or 4
min
utes

30 second
s

30 seconds minimu
m

Entry De
lay # 2

None, 15, 30
, 45, 60 and
90 seconds and
2, 3 or 4
minutes

30
seconds

30 se
conds minimum

Exit D
elay

4
5, 6
0, 90
a
nd 120
sec
onds

60 Se
conds

45 seconds minimum

Restart Exit Time

Enabled

or

Disabled

Enabl
ed

Enabled

E
xit Warning

Not sel
ectable

Enab
led

Enabled

Au
to S
t
ay

Arming

Enabled or Disab
l
ed

Enabled

E
nabled

Cross Zone De
lay

30 seconds a
nd 2 m
inutes

(in 30 sec
ond increm
ents),
3 m
inutes and 4 minutes

Non
e (Disabled)

Enabled and two

zo
nes
programmed
ZONES

Fire Al
arms

Zone Type “Fir
e with
Verif
ication” must be

sel
ect ed for Fire Zone 95

Disa
b
led

Disabled

User G
uide

User Fun
ctions/

User Acc
ess

Du
ress


Disa
bled

Di
sabled

Sy
st
em Functi
ons
/

Testing the S
ystem**

System

Test

System tests
provided as
a
User Function

n/a

n
/a

Communications

While t
he system is in Test

mo
de,
no alar
m reports are
se
nt to
the Ce
n
tral Station

Disabled

Disabled

* Combined Entry Delay
and Al
arm Report
Delay (Abo
rt Window) should not exceed 1 m
inute.

** Refer to
the User Gui
de for procedure
s on
Te
sting the System.

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 56
-
NOTES
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 57
-
NOTES

PROA
7/PROA7PL
US
Installation
and
Se
tup
Gu
ide

- 58
-
Conta
cting T
ech
nical
Suppor
t

To view
support
videos
,
scan the QR code with
a
smart device
.



PLEASE,
before
you cal
l the Product Support
Group
, be su
re you:


READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!


Check all wiring
con
nections.


Determine that the
power supply and/or
backup batter
y a
re supplying proper
volt
ages.


Verify
your programming information where applicable.


Note th
e prope
r model nu
mber of this produ
ct, and the version level (if kno
wn) along wi
th any documenta
tion
that came
with the product.


Note your customer
number and/or
com
pany name
.
Ha
ving t
his in
formation handy makes
it easier
for us to serve you qui
ckly and ef
fective
ly.
PROA7/
PROA7PLUS
Inst
allation and
Setup
Guide

- 59
-


PR
OA
7/PROA7PLUS
RE
SIDENTIAL BURGLAR AN
D FIRE ALARM
CONTROL
PANEL
SUM
MARY O
F CONN
ECTIONS



Notes:
Connection
of the
fire alarm signal to
a fire alar
m h
eadquarters or
a Central
Statio
n shal
l be per
mitted with the
approval
of the
local authority
hav
ing jurisdic
tion.
The
burglar alarm signal shall
not be connec
ted to a police
emergency number.
The
System must be checke
d by a qualified technic
ian once every
three years




The prod
uct sho
uld no
t be dis
posed of with other

household w
aste. Check for
the
n
e
arest auth
or
ized collectio
n centers
or authori
zed recyclers.
The correct dis
posal
of end-
of-life equipment will help pr
event potential negative
consequences
for the environ
me
nt and human he
alth.

Any atte
mpt to reverse-
engi
neer this de
vice by decoding
pro
prietary proto
cols, de-
compi
ling firmware, or any similar
acti
ons is strictly
prohib
ited.


For
suppor
t, visit: www.resid
eo.com

For warranty information,
vis
it: www.security
.ho
neywellhome.com/warra
nty




































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