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PROA7PLUS/PROA7 Series

Security Systems

Local Programming Guide
Local Alarm Programming Mode
Upon initial power-up the system provides options t
o set up the communicator or program the panel loca
lly. If not reporting to a
Central Station or using AN360 to set up the contro
l, select Local Alarm Mode to bypass the communicat
or setup and direct you to the
"Home" screen.

Disabling/Enabling Local Alarm Mode from Programmin
g
To access the Local Programming option, select the
Menu
icon on the home screen, then select Tools >
enter 4-digit installer code
(default 4112) > scroll down to "Local Alarm Mode".
Toggling this option on and off displays two messa
ges:
Disabling

Enabling



Local Programming
To access the Local Alarm Mode programming option,
select the Menu
icon on the home screen, then sele
ct Tools > enter 4-digit
installer code (default 4112) > scroll down to > sc
roll down to "Programming".






QS-175-V0_Local_Alarm_Mode
System Startup
Bootup sequence
Detecting Devices
LTE Communicator
Wi-Fi/Z-Wave Card
Wireless Takover Module
Communicator Setup
Communicator Setup
Cellular
Wi-Fi
Details
Local Alarm Mode
SETUP
NEXT
QS-176-V0_Local_Alarm_Mode2
Disable Local Alarm Mode?
CANCEL
This will reboot the device and enable communicator
setup.
YES, DISABLE
QS- 17 8 - V0 _Tools_Men u
Tools
Syst em In form ation
System Tests
Program m ing
L ocal Alarm M ode
Installer Pin Adding/Editing Partitions
Field Name
Programming Options
Information
Select “P1: HOME PARTITION” to Edit OR “+ADD” to en
able up to three additional partitions.
Partition Name
Home Partition
Partition-02 (If enabled)
Partition-03 (If enabled)
Partition-04 (If enabled)

Programmable and each partition should be given a n
ame.
Description


Entry Delay 1
None
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
45 Seconds
60 Seconds
90 Seconds
2 Minutes
3 Minutes
4 Minutes
The time period in which you must disarm the system
before an
alarm condition occurs after activating a zone with
response type
entry/exit 1 or interior with delay assigned to it.

Entry Delay 2
None
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
45 Seconds
60 Seconds
90 Seconds
2 Minutes
3 Minutes
4 Minutes
The time period in which you must disarm the system
before an
alarm condition occurs after activating a zone with
response type
entry/exit 2 assigned to it.
NOTE:
Must be equal to or greater than Entry Delay 1
Exit Delay
45 Seconds
60 Seconds
90 Seconds
120 Seconds
The time period in which you have to exit the premi
ses after arming
the system to any mode.
Arm Ding
All RF
None
RF KeyFob
RF Keypad
Confirmation of Arm and Disarm ding is provided whe
n 'Arm Ding'
via RF Fob or RF keypad is enabled in programming.
The arm ding
occurs after the exit delay has expired and the dis
arm ding occurs
immediately after disarming with a keyfob or RF key
pad, and is
longer than arming confirmation ding.
Quick Arm
Enabled
Disabled
Quick Arm allows arming the system without entering
a user code.
Press the Away, Stay, or Night Shield to arm.
Force Bypass
Enabled
Disabled
When Force Bypass is enabled for a Partition in pro
gramming, the
user is presented with the "BYPASS & ARM" button fr
om the Home
Screen when a zone is faulted. When pressed the pan
el will Bypass
all Faulted zones and Arm when Arm Away, Home, or N
ight is
pressed.
When Force bypass is not enabled this option is not
presented,
instead faulted zones must be bypassed from the Sen
sors screen
before the user will be presented with the Arm opti
on.
Chime Mode
Enabled
Disabled
This toggles the chime feature on or off for the se
lected partition.
The "Chime" feature of the system is controlled by
the end user with
a toggle command (Settings->Chime). Whether or not
a zone will
chime is determined during initial programming or b
y the user in the
"Sensors" section of the Tools Menu. There are 11 o
ptions to
customize each zone for individual chime sounds.
Quick Exit
Enabled
Disabled
Quick Exit allows the user to press the Quick Exit
button to restart
the exit delay AFTER exit delay has expired only wh
en the system is
armed in HOME or NIGHT mode. This is to allow for s
omeone to
enter or exit without having to disarm the system.
If Quick Exit is not
enabled the Quick Exit button will not appear on th
e Touchscreen for
the user.
Silent Exit
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

The Audible Exit warning can be disabled from any T
ouchscreen
with each Arming by pressing 'Silent Exit' before p
ressing Arm Away.
This will prevent the panel and remote keypads from
giving Exit
warning sounds for the entire duration of Exit time
on this attempt.
NOTE:
When 'Silent Exit' is selected the panel will DOU
BLE the
exit delay time.
Power Up in previous
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

If the panel is powered completely down (AC and Ba
ckup Battery), it
will return to its' previous state when power is re
stored. If the panel
was armed custom with zones bypassed it will return
to that same
state on powerup.


Adding/Editing Partitions
(Continued)

Restart Exit Time
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

'Exit Delay Restart' allows the user to press the '
Restart Timer' key
any time DURING the exit delay after arming NIGHT,
HOME or
AWAY. to restart the Exit time. This can be done on
ce during Away
arming exit delay, and unlimited times during Home
or Night arming
exit delay.
NOTE:
When armed Away, if an entry/exit door is tripped
a second
time before exit delay time expires, the Exit delay
time will
always restart.
Display Exit Time
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

The Display will show the countdown of exit delay t
ime in seconds
on the screen of the Main Console and/or all keypad
s in that
Partition.
Auto Stay Arming
Enabled
Disabled
When the Partition is armed to Away and an entry/ex
it door was not
violated within the programmed exit delay time, the
Partition will
automatically arm HOME at the end of Exit Delay.

The panel will Auto Stay Arm when armed Away via:Ma
in Panel or
Keypad.

The panel will NOT Auto Stay arm when armed Away vi
a: Keyfob or
Total Connect
NOTE:
If O/C reports are being sent, the system will re
port both
Away and Stay. If the panel is armed Instant the In
stant
mode will remain once it changes to Auto Stay Arm.
It will
Arm in the Stay Instant mode.
Adding Peripherals (Sensors, Keyfobs, Keypads)

Field Name
Programming Options
Information
1. Select "Peripherals"


2. Select "Add Sensor" (+ in the upper right
hand corner)


3. Learn the MAC Address
LEARN the MAC Address
OR enter the serial
number
For SiX™, Motion Viewer, PROWLTOUCH, PROSiXLCDKP ac
tivate
the sensor or keypad as instructed in the sensor's
or keypad's
installation guide and watch the led flash rapidly,
and within 20
seconds go solid for 3 seconds indicating success.
For 5800 or Takeover manually enter the serial numb
er by selecting
"Add Manually".
NOTE:
The panel will accept a maximum of 7 digits and w
ill not
accept special characters.
4. Partitions
Home Partition
Choose partition to as
sign the sensor.
5. Service
Press Add if more than
one service is available.
Applies to multi-service products such as the SiXCT
, etc.
6. Zone Number
Enter Zone Number
Defaults to the fi
rst available zone.
7. Loop Number/Service
1,2,3,4 (5800)
Reed (PROSiX)
External
(PROSiX)
1 - 8 Contact (SiXC2W)
Each transmitter may support multiple services, suc
h as
PROSiXCOMBO, PROSiXSMOKE, PROSiXCT, PROSiXSHOCK,
etc. Select the correct service/Loop for this zone.
Select Add Service
to use more services on the device.
8. Zone Description 1
Enter Zone Description 1
Ente
r Zone Descriptor 1. Choose from the presented list
for Spoken
Words, or enter a custom word for display only.
9. Zone Description 2
Enter Zone Description 2
Ente
r Zone Descriptor 2. Choose from the presented list
for Spoken
Words, or enter a custom word for display only.

QS- 1 7 0- V0 _Add_ Per iph er al
Add a Periph eral
Pair Periph eral Now
This Pan el is autom atically in learning m ode, trip y
ou r peripheral to pair now
Add M an u ally Adding Peripherals (Sensors, Keyfobs, Keypads)
(Continued)

Field Name
Programming Options
Information
10. Device Type
Enter predefined word:
Police, Door,
Environmental, Flood,
Medical, Other,
Temperature, Window,
Garage Door, Glass
Break, and Motion Sensor
This populates based on the PROSiX transmitter type
learned.
Choose from the options presented, and corresp
onding
Response type. The 'Device Type' chosen will be Spo
ken as the
Third Zone Descriptor (unless Other is selected)
11. Response Type

Select the Zone Response type fr
om the list presented based on the
Device Type selected
12. Report
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/Disables Alarm Report to be sent to Central
Station
13. Supervised
RF Supervised
RF Unsupervised
Enable/Disables device Supervision.
14. Sensor Version
Not programmable

15. Chime

Disabled, Standard,
Melody, Melody Long,
Ascend, Ascend Long,
Alert 1, Alert 2, Doorbell 1,
Doorbell 2, Evolve

This option is not programmable for the following D
evice Types: Not
Used, Smoke Detector, Heat Sensor, Carbon Monoxide
Detector,
Medical, Fire, Other, Temperature, Police
Pet Immunity
Enabled
Disabled
Only available for PROSiX Motion Sensors
Arm Night
Enabled
Disabled
Only available for any sensor with a Device Type of
Motion Sensor
or Motion Viewers
Sensitivity
Max Sensitivity
Medium Sensitivity
Low Sensitivity
Lowest Sensitivity
High Sensitivity
Only Available for PROSiX Glass Break (PROSiXGB) an
d Shock
Sensors (PROSiXSHOCK) and Motion Viewers
NOTE:
Motion Viewers support Low Sensitivity and High Se
nsitivity
Intrusion Type
Video Mode
Picture Mode
Only Available for Motion Viewers
One Go / All Go
Enabled
Disabled
Only available for PROSiX Smoke/Heat/CO Devices
Deleting Sensors
On the Sensors page, select the check box next to t
he zone to delete, then select Delete. A message a
ppears, "Delete Sensor. Selected 2 sensors
will be deleted" Select Cancel or Delete to remove
the selected sensors from the control.

Z-Wave Peripherals
Field Name
Programming Options
Information
Enrolled Devices

Displays all the enrolled devices
.
Inclusion Mode

Puts the controller in inclusion mo
de so it can learn new devices.
Exclusion Mode

Puts the controller in exclusion mo
de so it can delete or reset
devices.
Local Controller Info

Provides information about t
he controller
Update Network

Updates the paths in the Z-Wave net
work
Remove All Failed Devices

Removes any device that
has failed
Reset Control

Resets the controller to factory def
ault, however this does not
exclude devices. You will have to run exclusion to
reset devices.



QS- 1 7 1 -V0 _Senso r_Delete
Sen sors
Delet e
M otion Sen sors
SIX- M ot ion Sensor
P1 : H om e Partit ion Zon e:1 M AC:8A:CB:A4 :FF:FE:3D:
E1 :1C
Door
SIX- Cont act
P2: Parti tion - 0 2 Zon e:2 M AC:8A:CB:A4:FF:FE:3D:A1
SIX- Con tact
P1 : H om e Partit ion Zon e:3 M AC:8A:CB:A4 :FF:FE:3D:
A0:FA
SIX-Contact
P2: Partit ion- 02 Zone:4 M AC:8A:CB:A4:FF:FE:3D:A0
:FA Adding/Editing Users
Field Name
Programming Options
Information
User Name

Assign a name to the user
User Code

Assign a 4-digit user code
Authority Level
Standard User, Duress,
Guest, Arm Only, Partition
Master

Assign per enabled
partition.


Standard User
– Can arm, disarm, and bypass zones.


Duress
: Can arm and disarm the control, but used in case
of a
duress situation because it sends a report (Contact
ID E121
Duress) to the Central Station when entered.


Guest
– Can arm, but cannot disarm unless it was used to
arm.
Additionally, it cannot disarm if the system was ar
med via the
Quick Arm feature.


Arm Only
– Can arm, but cannot disarm.


Partition Master
– Can add and delete Security Codes just like
the System Master Code, except it cannot change or
delete the
System Master Code.

Bluetooth Disarm

(PROA7PLUS Series only)
Assigns user
to Bluetooth device (Smart phone)

Z-Wave Lock Control
Enable
Disable
Allows user code to be pushed to the lock.
NOTE:
Partition 1 only
Advanced Programming
Field Name
Programming Options
Information
COMMUNICATOR
Old Alarm Time
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
30 Minutes
1 Hour
2 Hours
4 Hours
8 Hours
12 Hours
24 Hours
The old alarm time sets how long an undelivered ala
rm is retried
for delivery to the Central Station. If the message
is not validated, it
is retried until the old alarm time is reached or t
he message is
validated.

Once Old Alarm Time has been exceeded, the radio wi
ll clear the
message from its buffer and can notify the Control
Panel via
trouble notification.
Communication Path (internal Device)
Cellular
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi and Cellular
Select the Communications path.

Wi-Fi Fault Time
0-99 Minutes
60 Minutes
In the event the module detects a Wi-Fi communicati
on path
failure, enter the time delay (in minutes) before t
he module notifies
the Control Panel with a trouble message. The Contr
ol Panel can
then notify the Central Station over an alternate p
ath.
Cellular Fault Time
0-99 Minutes
60 Minutes

In the event the module detects a Cellular communic
ation path
failure, enter the time delay (in minutes) before t
he module notifies
the Control Panel with a trouble message. The Contr
ol Panel can
then notify the Central Station over an alternate p
ath.
SYSTEM
Alarm Report Delay
No Delay
15 Seconds
30 Seconds
45 Seconds
The Control Panel can delay the Central Station com
munication
when a Burglary Alarm occurs. The delay applies to
ALARM only,
and will not apply to Fire, CO, or 24 hr panic zone
types.
Burglary Alarm Sound
Enabled
Disabled
When enabled, an audible alarm, which includes any
zone type
that would activate an external sounder, automatica
lly increases
the volume of the panel's internal sounder to 85dB.
When disabled,
audible alarms will sound from the panel at a low d
b sound, used
for testing purposes.
NOTE:
External Sounders are not disabled when "Burg Ala
rm
Sound" is disable.
Time Zone Offset
(UTC-5:00 Eastern Time
(US & Canada)
Select the correct Time Zone
Daylight Savings Time
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/Disables Daylight Savings Time
Temperature Unit
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Select display for Z-Wave Thermostat devices
User Language
English
Select English, Spanish, French, or Portuguese
Bluetooth Disarm
Enabled
Disabled
(PROA7PLUS Series only)
Handsfree disarm - Supports up to 6 cell phones wit
h Bluetooth.
Each is assigned to a user to disarm a selected Par
tition based on
proximity. Once the Entry delay begins, if the User
's assigned Cell
phone is marked as having left and returned, the Pa
rtition will
Disarm and Log/Report the Disarm based on that User
. Advanced Programming
(Continued)

Field Name
Programming Options
Information
Enable Alexa
Enabled
Disabled
(PROA7PLUS Series only)
Enables or disables Amazon Alexa Voice service with
skills. Can
be accessed via the Main Panel or PROWLTOUCH Wi-Fi
keypads.
NOTE: requires Wi-Fi
Backlight Timeout
No
30 Seconds
2 minutes
10 minutes
30 minutes

Sets the Control Panel backlight timeout period.
Installer Language
English
Select English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
Lack of Usage Notify
Disabled
7 Days
30 Days
60 Days
90 Days
180 Days

When enabled the system notifies the Central Statio
n if an end
user does not operate (arm/disarm) any partition in
the security
system within a specified amount of time. The time
is reset per
arm/disarm event. If triggered, the system will sen
d a System
Inactivity report of E654. There is no local annunc
iation indicating
that the report has been sent to the CS.
RF Jam
Disabled
RF Jam Log
RF Jam Log and Report

Detects a condition that may impede proper RF recep
tion (i.e.,
jamming or other RF interference). RF jamming occur
s when
something in our frequency range (345MHz and 2.4Ghz
) has been
transmitting for 20 seconds or longer. In any Armed
/Disarmed state
it causes the display to show a triangle with an ex
clamation point
inside and the message RF Jam with a rapid trouble
beeping that
can be silenced with any key press. If trouble repo
rting is enabled
a report to Central Monitoring Station (E344 RF Rec
eiver Jam) will
be sent. Once the trouble is cleared a Restore repo
rt will be sent
(R344) if Trouble Restore reporting is enabled. The
reported zones
are 900 for 5800 Wireless, 905 for SiX Wireless and
906 for
Wiselink.
NOTE:
The panel can still be Armed if an RF Jam conditio
n exists.
Burglary Bell Timeout
No
4 Minutes
8 Minutes
12 Minutes
16 Minutes

Select the time for timeout of the Burglary Alarm S
ounder.
Fire Bell Timeout
No
4 Minutes
8 Minutes
12 Minutes
16 Minutes

Select the time for timeout of the Fire Alarm Sound
er.
Number of Reports (Swinger Shutdown)
1-6
2
Limits the number of messages sent per zone to the
Central
Station during an armed period, and how many times
the local
sounder will sound per zone per armed period. Also
, limits Motion
Viewer captures per Armed period
First Test Report Offset
6 Hours
12 Hours
18 Hours
24 Hours

Select the time for the first test report following
power-up of the
Control Panel.
Report Frequency
Never
Every Day
Every 7 Days
Every 30 Days
Select the Report Frequency for the Periodic Test r
eport.
Panel Sync Delay Time
0 - 120 Minutes
3 Minutes
Select to set a delay time for the panel to sync ba
ck with AlarmNet
360 when a change is made locally.
REPORT SELECTION
Arm Away
Enabled
Disabled
Panel can report Open-Disarm/Close-Arm by user. If
enabled all
users will report via any path enabled. Reports Use
r 0-96 and
keyfobs also report the user number associated with
the fob.
Remote Arms or Power up Armed reports as User 0. Pa
nel will
report Open even if Closing report is not enabled.
Arm Stay
Enabled
Disabled

Disarm
Enabled
Disabled



Advanced Programming
(Continued)

Field Name
Programming Options
Information
Exit Error
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

If the system is armed and an entry/exit or interio
r zone is still
open after the exit delay time has expired, an alar
m will sound and
the entry delay timer is started. If the system is
disarmed before
the end of the entry delay, the alarm sounding will
stop and no
message will be sent to the Central Station. The sy
stem status bar
will display "ALARM CANCELED" as well as Alarm and
the
descriptor of the zone or zones that were left open
. If the system is
not disarmed before the end of the entry delay ment
ioned above,
and an entry/exit or interior zone is still open, a
n E374 (Exit Error
Alarm) message will be sent to the Central Station,
along with the
Alarm on faulted zone. The message "Alarm, Exit Err
or" will
display in the system status bar and the alarm soun
ding will
continue until the system is disarmed (or timeout o
ccurs).
Alarm Restore
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, all alarm restores are sent to the Cent
ral Station.
Test
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

Reports are sent to the Central Station when a test
has been
initiated.
Test Restore
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

Reports are sent to the Central Station when a test
has been
initiated.
Low Battery
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, Low System battery report is sent to Ce
ntral Station.
Low Battery Restore
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, Low System battery report restore is se
nt to Central
Station.
RF Low Battery
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, RF Transmitter low battery report is se
nt to the Central
Station.
RF Low Battery Restore
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, RF Transmitter low batter restore repor
t is sent to the
Central Station.
Recent Closing
Enabled
(Not Programmable)

If enabled, a Recent Closing is sent to the Central
Station. A
Recent Closing condition is similar to an Exit Erro
r condition but,
occurs if a Burg Alarm occurs on the panel within t
wo minutes of
the exit delay expiring. If a recent closing condi
tion occurs, both
recent closing E459 by user, and the alarm report a
re sent. This
alerts the Central Station that the Alarm may be du
e to User error.
Event Log Full
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, and once the event log reaches its 4,00
0 event
capacity it sends an event log full event to Centra
l Station.
Trouble
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, reports Troubles to the Central Station
.
Trouble Restore
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, reports Trouble restore to the Central
Station.
Bypass
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, reports all zone bypasses to the Centra
l Station.
Bypass Restore
Enabled
Disabled

If enabled, reports all zone bypass restores to the
Central Station.
AC Loss
Enabled
Disabled
If enabled, AC Loss reports to the Central Station.

AC Loss Restore
Enabled
Disabled
If enabled, AC Loss Restore reports are sent to the
Central
Station.
Screen Shutoff
The Screen Shutoff option turns off the screen afte
r the predefined time period expires. This is foun
d in the Display & Audio Settings
(pull down tab is at the top middle of the screen).
Options are shown below. When a qualified event
occurs, or the screen is
touched, the screen display returns.
NOTE:
This does not disable the LED's.




































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