Honeywell LTE-L3A, LTE-L3V - Install Guide Dated 04/18



Related Products

Taxons
Honeywell LTE-L3V
Verizon LTE Cellular Communicator for L3000
List Price:
Our Price: $137.99
Taxons
Honeywell LTE-L3A
AT&T LTE Cellular Communicator for L3000
List Price:
Our Price: $155.99

Related Categories


Document Transcript

L
L
T
T
E
E
-
-
L
L
3
3


S
S
e
e
r
r
i
i
e
e
s
s


C
C
o
o
m
m
m
m
u
u
n
n
i
i
c
c
a
a
t
t
o
o
r
r
s
s


L
L
T
T
E
E
-
-
L
L
3
3
A
A


L
L
T
T
E
E
-
-
L
L
3
3
V
V




I
I
n
n
s
s
t
t
a
a
l
l
l
l
a
a
t
t
i
i
o
o
n
n


a
a
n
n
d
d


S
S
e
e
t
t
u
u
p
p


G
G
u
u
i
i
d
d
e
e








800-
24263 4/18
Rev B
– 2 –

Table of Contents

GENERAL INFORMATION

................................
................................
................................
. 3
System Features
................................
................................
................................
.................
3
Remote Services Features
................................
................................
................................
. 3
Communicator
Module Kit
................................
................................
................................
4
Installing the Communicator
Module
................................
................................
..........
4
Opening the Lynx Plus Series Control
& Installing the Communicator
........................
4
Programming the Communicator
Module
................................
................................
... 7

Using the
AlarmNet 360
website
................................
................................
......................
7
Using the 7720P Programming Tool
................................
................................
.................
7
Programming Conventions
................................
................................
................................
8
PROGRAMMING
................................
................................
................................
...................
8

Setting up the Remote Access Feature
................................
................................
...........
11
Ena
bling Remote Access
................................
................................
................................
.. 11
Selecting the User Interface
................................
................................
............................
11
ECP Status Codes
................................
................................
................................
............
12

Exiting Programming Mode
................................
................................
..........................
12
Setting the Factory Defaults
................................
................................
.........................
13

REGISTRATION
................................
................................
................................
..................
13

Registering the Communicator
................................
................................
....................
13

Register
through
the
AlarmNet 360
Website
................................
................................
. 14
Register
Using the
Test
Message/Registration Switch
................................
.................
14
Register Using the Programming Tool
................................
................................
...........
14
Replacing an existing module using the programming tool
................................
..........
15
Register by Phone
................................
................................
................................
............
15
DIAGNOSTIC
COMMANDS
................................
................................
..............................
16
Module Identification Displays
................................
................................
....................
16

LTE
Status Displays
................................
................................
................................
........
17


APPENDIX A
................................
................................
................................
........................
21
SUMMARY OF LED OPERATION
................................
................................
...................
21
Status Display Operation
................................
................................
................................
21
Minimum Signal Strength LED Operation
................................
................................
.... 21
CENTRAL STATION MESSAGES
................................
................................
....................
23
COMMUNICATOR DOWNLOADING

................................
................................
..............
23
GLOSSARY
................................
................................
................................
............................
23
SPECIFICATIONS
................................
................................
................................
...............
24 – 3 –

GENERAL INFORMATION
The
LTE
-L3A and LTE
-L3V
are communication modules intended for use with Lynx Plus Series
controls, and provide wireless communication with the AlarmNet network for backup
delivery
of alarm
and other messages to the monitoring central station. The modules also support voice communications
between the control panel and the Central Station.


The
LTE
-L3A and LTE
-L3V
are collectively referred to as the Communicator
throughout this manual.


Honeywell's cellular communication module communicates with AlarmNet over the LTE network. If a
data connection cannot be established, it wi
ll attempt to send a transmission via SMS.


System Features


Quick connection to compatible Lynx Plus Series control panels.


Simple programming using a 7720P programming tool or via the AlarmNet 360
Website.


Reports fire, burglary, and status messag
es.


Allows uploading and downloading of control panel data.


Uses 2-way ECP communication with the control.


Enables two
-way voice (AAV) communication between the control and central station.


Sends reports in Contact ID format.


Supports remote cont
rol of alarm system via Remote Services Feature.


Fully powered (primary and backup battery) from the control.


The
Communicator
provides the following types of supervision and module fault detection:

Network communication failure
: In the event the AlarmN
et
network does not hear from the module
within a specified time (“Supervision” option, 24 hours, 30 days, or none), AlarmNet notifies the
central station of a communication failure.

Communication path failure
: In the event the module detects a communic
ati on path failure, the
control panel can be notified of a trouble condition with the module after a specified time has elapsed.

Remote Services Features

The Remote Services Features can only be used with Lynx Plus Series controls Revision 16 or
later. Multi Mode (
E-mail notification) is intended as a convenience for the user, and does not
replace Central Station reporting of critical events (alarms, troubles, etc.).

Remote Services allow the end user to communicate with their Security System remotely via several
features. Availability of this service is controlled by the dealer via the web
-based programming tool on
the AlarmNet
360
website. Once enabled, the specific programming fields associated with these
features can be programmed either
remotely using the AlarmNet 360
website or locally using the
7720P Programming Tool. These new web services will allow users to:




Receive e-mail and text message notification of system events (Multi-Mode feature)


Access their security system from a comput
er via a website (Remote Access feature)


Perform system functions and receive confirmations using text messages (SMS feature)



The
Communicator
module requires an AlarmNet account. For new installations, please obtain
the account informa
tion from the central station prior to programming this module.

– 4 –

Communicator
Module Kit

This kit contains the following components:



Figure 1
– Communicator
Kit Components


Installing the Communicator
module

1.

Disconnect power from the control,
including the battery, BEFORE installing the module.

2.
CAUTION: ESD SENSITIVE DEVICE. To discharge any static buildup, briefly touch a chassis
ground point before installing this module. Avoid performing this installation while standing
on a carpeted floo
r
.


Opening the Lynx Plus Series Control and Installing
the Communicator

1.
Install the FCC/IC label (
provided) on the control’s back case as shown on Figure 2.


Figure 2
– FCC/IC Label location

(LTE
-L3A
label shown)



FCC LABEL NOTE:

Affix the FC
C “Contains Transmitter
Module” label in the space above
the control’s FCC label.
– 5 –

2.
Release the control’s front ca
se assembly from the rear case by depressing the two locking tabs at
the top of the unit with the blade of a medium size screwdriver (refer to Figure 3).


Figure 3
– Installing the
Communicator
Module


3.
Install the control in accordance with the appropriate Installation Instructions.

4.
Install the Communicator
into the control’s back case and secure it with the three provided screws.

Do not block the ventilation slots in the case when installing the tie wrap mount.

5.
Remove the backing from the ta
pe on the provided tie wrap mount. Install the tie wrap mount in
the lower right corner of the back case as shown on Figure 3.

6.
Connect the provided ECP/power cable between the module and the PC board and route the cable
as shown in Figure 4. This cable
provides DC power and ground for the module and ECP
connections.


For best radio performance, the wires, ECP/power cable, battery and shielded audio cables
must be routed as shown in Figure 4.

7.
Make the wiring connections and install t
he control in accordance with the appropriate
Installation Instructions. Twist the ECP/power and battery cables and ensure that they are
routed through the routing tunnels and/or the strain relief clip as shown in Figure 4.

8.
Secure the wiring with the p
rovided tie wraps as shown in Figure 4 to ensure that the cables do
not interfere with the antenna.

9.
Install the Auxiliary Antenna. Refer to the diagram for proper antenna
cable routing
and use the
nylon clips to secure the cable along the battery compa
rtment as shown
. Use the double
-sided
tape to affix the antenna to the case.

– 6 –


Figure
4 – Auxiliary Antenna
Cable Ro
uting
(LTE
-L3A shown)


10.
Connect the provided shielded audio cable between the
Communicator
module and the PC board
and route the cable a
s shown
in the diagram below
.
11.
Snap the control front assembly to the back plate.


Audio Cable Routing
The
audio
cable is intended for use with
control panel
s using firmware rev 30.xx or higher.
To view the
firmware revision level on the control panel d
isplay: enter installer code + 811.




Figure
5 – Audio Cable routing for LYNX Plus
(for controls with rev 30.xx firmware)


– 7 –


Programming the Communicator


The
Communicator
can be programmed
through the following methods:



The AlarmNet 360
website



Use of a 7720P Programming Tool


Using the AlarmNet 360 website

To program the module via the website (if you
are already signed up for this service), go to:

Alarmnet360.com

If you are not signed up for this service, cli
ck
on “Dealer Sign
-Up”. Log in and follow the on
-
screen prompts. Please have the following
information available when programming the
module:


LTE-
L3
V Initial Power Up
: Upon initial power up, the
communicator LEDs blink in repeated sequence from top to
bot
tom indicating network initialization.

Green (REG)

Yellow (TX/RX)

Red (FAULT)

Green (SIGNAL)

This sequence may take up to 15 minutes.
Do not reset
power during this time.

During the final stages of initialization, the Green REG LED
lights solid whil
e the Red FAULT LED lights solid on or
flashes rapidly (if module not connected to the control panel
ECP).

When initialization is complete, the Green signal strength
LED lights solid (the yellow and red LEDs may also blink, per
their respective functions).

After initial network setup, subsequent resets or power ups
can take up to 90 seconds.

1.

Primary City ID (two
-digit number)

2.

Primary Central Station ID (two
-digit hexadecimal number)

3.

Primary Subscriber ID (four
-digit number)

4.

MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on the outside of box and on the Communicator
)
5.

After programming is complete, you must transfer the data to the Communicator
and the module
must be registered. Refer to the Registration section for further instructions.


Using a 77
20P Programming Tool

Connect the 7720P Programming Tool as shown in
Figure 5. The Communicator powers the 7720P
Programming Tool via the programming jack. Each key
of the 7720P has two possible functions: a normal
function and a Shift function.



To perform a normal key function
, simply press the
desired key.



To perform a Shift function, press the [shift] key, and
then press the appropriate key.

The prompts in this document reflect use of the 7720P
Programming Tool. Table 1 lists each normal and shift
key function.




Figure
6 – 7720P Connection


– 8 –

Table 1
– 7720P Normal and Shift Key (shift LED lit) Functions

KEY

NORMAL KEY FUNCTION

SHIFT KEY FUNCTION

BS/ESC

[BS]: Press to delete entry

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


/


[

]: Scroll d
own programming

[

]: Scroll up programming

N/Y

[N]: Press for "NO" answer

[Y]: Press SHIFT
-
Y for "YES" answer

SHIFT

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

1/A

[1]: For entering the number 1

[A]: For entering letter A

2/B

[2]: For entering the number 2

[B]: For entering letter B

3/C

[3]: For entering the number 3

[C]: For entering letter C

4/D

[4]: For entering the number 4

[D]: For entering lett
er D

5/E

[5]: For entering the number 5

[E]: For entering letter E

6/F

[6]: For entering the number 6

[F]: For entering letter F

7/S

[7]: For entering the number 7

[S]: For entering letter S

8/T

[8]: For entering the number 8

[T]: For entering letter T

9/X

[9]: For entering the number 9

[X]: For entering letter X

SPACE

[SPACE]: For scrolling option list

No SHIFT function

0

[0]: For entering the number 0

No SHIFT function

#/ENTER

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

No SHIFT f
unction

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


Programming Conventions

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

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

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

Use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through the programming questions without changing any values.
Press the [ESC] key to go to the end of the lis
t of questions.

Programming
The
Communicator
supports ECP messaging to communicate with the control panel. Lynx Plus Series
control
s send Contact ID format alarms to the Communicator
directly on the 4
-wire console bus. Refer
to Table 2 for Communicator
pro
gramming and follow the prompts.

Press the [ENTER] key to begin programming.

NOTE:
The central station can remotely block access to local device
programming. If this has been done, the following prompt appears:


Access to Prog

Mode Denied

– 9 –

Table 2

Pro
gramming the
Communicator

NOTE:
The default programming values are listed in the prompts below.


PROMPTS

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

1


Strt Prog Mode?
(Y/N)_


[Y], [N]

Enters programming mode.

2

Enter Password




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

If a password
has been previously assigned,
this prompt appears.

Enter a 4
-digit password (0-9, A
-F, N, S, T, X,
Y).

The next prompt appears.

3


Program Device?

(Y/N)_



[Y], [N]

To begin programming the module, press [Y]
and go to Prompt 9: "Device Mode."

To create a
password if none has been
assigned, press [N] and go to Prompt 4:
"Create Password?."

To change an existing password, press [N]
and go to Prompt 5: "Change Password?."

4

Create Password?

(Y/N)_



[Y], [N]

Passwords can be used to protect account and
prog
ramming information.

If no password has been assigned, this prompt
appears after pressing [N] at the "Program
Device?" prompt.

If a password is desired, press [Y] and go to
Prompt 6: "Enter Password."
5

Change Password?

(Y/N)_



[Y], [N]

If a password h
as already been assigned, this
prompt appears after pressing [N] at the
"Program Device?" prompt.

Press [Y] if you want to change the password.

NOTE:
To clear an existing password, without
entering a new one, answer [Y] to the
"Change Password?" prompt, then press the
[Enter] key when prompted for the new
password and its confirmation.
6

Enter Password




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

This prompt is displayed if [Y] was pressed in
Prompt 4 or 5.

Enter a 4
-digit password

(0-9, A
-F, N, S, T, X, Y).

7

Verify Password





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

Re
-
enter the password as confirmation.

If the password doesn't match the first entry,
the following is displayed followed by the "Exit
Prog. Mode?" prompt:

Verify Not OK

PSWD not created





Otherwise, the "Exi
t Prog. Mode?" prompt is
displayed directly.
– 10



PROMPTS

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

8

Exit Prog. Mode?
(Y/N)_




[Y], [N]

[ESC]

Exits program mode.

Press [N] to go back to Prompt 3.

Press [ESC] to load factory defaults.

Refer to the
Exiting Programming Mode
paragraph in this section.

9


Mul
ti Mode

(Disabled)_





Disabled


Enhanced
Reports

Multi
-
Mode enables users to receive e
-
mail
notification of system events.

Disable for normal alarm processing and go to
Prompt 1
1 "Primary City ID" prompt.

Select “Enhanced Reports” if you want system
events sent by e
-mail to the user. Enhanced
Reports enables reporting to Total Connect 2.0
web services.

NOTE
: E-mail notification is intended as a
convenience for the user, and does not replace
Central Station reporting of critical events
(alarms, trouble
s, etc.).


10

Multi Mode Addr

(25)



[01
-
30]

NOTE:
This prompt will only appear if the Multi
-Mode
feature has been enabled.

This address must be programmed if using the
Multi-
Mode (e
-mail notification) feature. The
device address must be unique from th
e
normal Device Address and the Keypad
Address used for Remote Access.
If the Multi
-
Mode “Enhanced Reports”
is selected
, the
address used is 4. Nothing needs to be set in
the control panel.



1.

Account information is provided by the cent
ral station administrator.

2. The Lynx Plus Series Controls do not support second account reporting.



1
1

Primary City ID

(??)_


[01
-
99]


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

1
2


Primary CS ID

(??)


[01
-
FE]

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

1
3


Primary Sub ID

(????)


[0001
-
9999]

Enter the 4
-digit subscriber account number,
0001-9999 (decimal).

1
4


Device Address

(03)_



[01
-
30]


The
module

communicates with the panel as a
Long Range Radio (LRR) device. E
nter ECP
device address 03.
NOTE:
When programming the control, enable the
LRR output.
– 11


Setting up the Remote Access Feature

Remote Access enables the user to remotely control the security system using a standard web browser.

Enabling Remote Access:



Re
mote Access must be enabled during account programming on the AlarmNet 360
website by
selecting "Enabled" at the Remote Access prompt.



A keypad address of "1" must be enabled in the Communicator
in order for the device to
communicate with the control panel.

Selecting the User Interface:

This option is selected during account programming from the
AlarmNet 360
website and follows the
"Keypad Address" prompt. In the “Keypad Type” prompt, select “LYNX Keypad”.



PROMPTS

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

15


Remote Access Y/N

(N)_



[Y], [N]

Press [Y] to allow the end user to access their
system via a website. Availability of this
service is controlled by the dealer via the web
-
based programming tool on the AlarmNet 360

website.

1
6


Keypad Address

(28)_



[01
-
30]


NOT
E:


This prompt will only appear if the Remote
Access feature has been enabled.

Must be programmed if using the Remote
Access feature.
Enter device address

“01
.


17


Supervision

(24 Hours)_




30 Day


24 Hour


None

The AlarmNet network must hear at leas
t one
supervisory message from the module during
this supervision period; otherwise, AlarmNet
notifies the central station that a
communication failure has occurred. (If the
supervision period is changed after
registration, you must re
-register the module.
)
Press the [space] key to scroll through choices.

UL NOTE:
Must be 24 hour.

1
8



Old Alarm Time

(10 Minutes)_





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
undeliverable alarm is retried for delivery to
the central station. If the message is not
validated, it is retried until the old alarm time
is reached or the message is validated.

Press the [space] key to scroll through choices.

UL NOTE:
Must be 10 minutes.

19


Cell Flt Time

(60 mins
)_


[01
-
99]

[00] = not used


In the event the module detects a
communication path failure, enter the time
delay (in minutes) before the module notifies
the control panel with a trouble me
ssage. The
control panel can then notify the central
station.

UL NOTE:
Must be one (01) minute. – 12




PROMPTS

ENTRY

OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

2
0


Review? Y/N




[Y] = review

[N] = exit

Reviewing Programming Mode Entries

To review the programming options (to ens
ure
that the correct entries have been made), press
[Y]. The programming prompts are displayed
again. Use the up/down arrow keys to scroll
through the program fields without changing
any of the values. If a value requires change,
simply type in the correct value. When the last
field is displayed, the “REVIEW?” prompt
again appears.

To exit the programming mode
, press [N]
in response to the "REVIEW?" prompt, and
refer to
Exiting Programming Mode

paragraph
at the end of this section.

ECP Status Codes

The
Co
mmunicator
sends status messages to the control panel to indicate general failures. The control
will display “FAULT 103” if any of the events listed below should occur. In addition, the Contact ID
codes (listed in Appendix A) for these conditions are sent to the central station by the module.



Communicator
loses communication with control panel.



Communicator
lost contact with AlarmNet.



Communicator
is not registered; account not activated.



Communicator
shutdown.

Exiting Programming Mode

To exit the programming mode, press [N] in response to the "REVIEW?" question. Then press [Y] to the
"Exit Prog Mode?" question. Upon exiting, the message “Checking Root File TX Path” will be displayed,
and the configuration file at the server is updated to log the changes mad
e. When complete, the
message "DONE" is displayed to indicate the file was successfully uploaded.

If critical configuration changes were made, such as the mode of operation, the
Communicator
will reset to ensure that the programming feat
ures are enabled.

If the file is not successfully uploaded, one of the following prompts will be displayed. Follow the steps
shown below, until the upload is successful.

Display

Description

What to do

Cannot Upload

Try Again? Y/N_

Communicator

not ye
t initialized.

Wait for RSSI LEDs to be lit.

Press [Y].

Failed to Update

Root File!

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

Initiate the Force Server Update
command by pressing the [0] key; refer to
the
Programmer Keybo
ard Commands
section.

– 13


Setting Factory Defaults

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


Set Default?

Y/N_


Press [Y] to reset factory default values.

Press [N] to cancel this function.

If you press [Y], all programmed values are reset to the original factory settings.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
THIS WILL ERASE ANY PASSWORD THAT MAY HAVE BEEN ENTERED.

After pressing [Y], the Create Password prompt appears (see Programming step 4).

REGISTRATION
Regi
stering the Communicator

Once you have initialized and programmed the Communicator
, it must be registered to enable the
account.
Registering the communicator activates the account with AlarmNet and enables the security
system's control panel to send report
s.
The top REG
LED will indicate the communicator's registration status as follows:
LED

Indication

REG

(green)

ON


Module is NOT registered with AlarmNet.

OFF


Module is registered with AlarmNet.


You can monitor the registration process by viewing t
he display LEDs.
The TX/RX (yellow) LED and the REG (green) LED will blink slowly in
unison while registration is in progress.


Upon completion of the registration process, a Communicator
transmits
a registration message and receives a registration valid
ation indicating
that the account is now enabled. Wait for the "Registration Success"
message to appear.

NOTE
: The “Registration Success” message is only displayed when the
7720P Programming Tool is used for registration.


You can register the Communica
tor
by one of the following methods:



Through the AlarmNet 360
website



Through the use of the
Test Message/Registration Switch



Through the use of a 7720P Programming Tool



By phone
– 14


Register through the
AlarmNet 360
Website

To register the module via the we
bsite (if you are already signed up for this service), go to:

Alarmnet360.com
.
Log in and follow the on
-screen prompts.

If you are not signed up for this service, click on “Dealer Signup” from the login screen to gain access to
the Honeywell web
-based programming.

You will be instructed how to proceed upon completing the sign
-up form. Only one sign
-up per dealer is
required. Once an initial user is established, additional logins may be created by that user.

NO
TE:
Central Stations sign up by contacting AlarmNet Customer Service at
1 (800) 323-
4576 and selecting option 1, then Option 1 again for Cloud Services;.
(Monday
–Friday 8:30 am to 9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm ET)
.
Please have the following infor
mation available when programming the device:

1.

Primary City ID (two
-digit number)

2.

Primary Central Station ID (two
-digit hexadecimal number)

3.

Primary Subscriber ID (four
-digit number)

4.

MAC ID and MAC CRC number (located on outside of box and on label inside mo
dule) or MIN
number of the device you are replacing.

Once module is registered, you may log out of the AlarmNet 360
website.


Register Using the Test Message/Registration Switch

Initiate the registration sequence by clicking the Test
Message/Registration S
witch three times. You can monitor the
registration process by viewing the Status Display. The Message
(yellow) LED and the Status (green) LED will blink slowly in
unison while registration is in progress. Once the registration has
been completed successfu
lly, the Communicator
enters normal
operating mode; the Status (green) LED goes out and the Message
(yellow) LED is lit to indicate that the power
-on / reset message is
waiting to be sent. This message will appear at the receiving
station as “
E339 803”. Th
e description may read “Trouble –
Exp.
Mod. Reset”. If registration is not validated within 90 seconds, the
Communicator

times out, and the (green) LED will be lit (solid).


Register
Using the Programming Tool

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


Registering ...


Once the installation is complete, press the

[
SHIFT] plus

[

]

key on the 7720P.
The registration message is sent and the unit waits for the acknowledgment.


Registration

SUCCESS

If this is a new installation and the city, central station, and customer numbers
have been correctly entered, the Communicator
is registered and this message
is displayed. The Communicator
is now in full service and available for alarm
reporting to the central station.
– 15



Possible Errors


Registration BAD
Timed Out

Displayed if no response to the registration request is re
ceived.


Registration BAD
Pri Sub ID BAD

Indicates the city, central station, or customer number for the labeled
account(s) is not accepted. The ID information was either entered in error, or
the central station failed to pre
-authorize programmed ID num
bers with
AlarmNet customer service.


Registration BAD
Pri ID – Need PIN

Displayed if this is a repair/replacement, or an error was made in programming
the Primary account information of the Communicator
for an existing account.
This prompt appears for 2 seconds. See the
Replacing an existing module

section below for further displays.

Replacing an existing module using the programming tool


Enter PIN#



This prompt appears after pressing the
down arrow [

]

on the 7720P. Enter a
4-digit alphanumeric PIN
number provided by your central station, your dealer
or an authorized AlarmNet representative.
NOTE:
If you are replacing an existing "C Series" radio, you can enter the last four
-digits of
the "C Series" MIN number.

Press the [ENTER] key.


Registering
...

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


Registration

SUCCESS

If the PIN is valid, the new
Communicator

is registered and the old unit
unregistered. Additionally, AlarmNet sends a substitution alarm to the central
stat
ion.


Registration BAD

If you entered an invalid PIN, the appropriate message is displayed depending
on which account number is being replaced (see above for exact wording). The
registration process is repeated.

NOTE:
Each attempt causes a substitution alarm to be sent to the central station.
Register by Phone

You can register the module by calling AlarmNet Support at 1-800-323-
4576 (Monday
–Friday 8:30 am
to 9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm ET).

You will need the following information:


MAC number
(found on the label).



Subscriber information (provided by the central station), including a city code, CSID, and
subscriber ID.



When instructed to do so, enter the Installer Code and OFF on the Lynx Plus control to initiate the
registration.
– 16


DIAGNOSTIC
CO
MMANDS

The 7720P programming tool
can be used to quickly view your connectivity settings and
options. Most commands require you to press the [shift] key and then the designated
command key. (See the keys designated in red on the 7720P Programming Tool.)

[A]


LTE
-L3

x.x.xx mm/dd/yy

Software Revision

"x.x.xx" indicates the installed software revision.

Mm/dd/yy indicates month, day and year of the revision.

Module Identification Displays

[B]


MAC xxxxxxxxxxxx

MAC CRC yyyy
MAC Address

“xxxxxxxxxxxx” indicates the Communicator’s
unique
identification number.

"yyyy" indicates the MAC CRC number. These numbers are
found on the label on the module, as well as the label on the box.

Press the [space] key to go to the next fiel
d.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.



SCID xxxxx xxxxx
xxxxx xxxxx

SCID Display

Displays the identification number assigned to the SIM card
(SCID) in this device.

Press the [space] key to go to the next field.

Press
the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.



IMEI xxxxxxxx

xxxxxx x

IMEI Display

Displays the identification number assigned to the
Communicator
module in this device.

Press the [space] key to get the MAC Address.

Press the [backspace
] key to go to the previous field.

[C]


Mon 01 Jan 2001
05:48:39 am

Time

Retrieves the current date and time from the AlarmNet network
in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). This display confirms that the
module is in sync with network.

[D]


Encryption Test

AES P
assed!


Encryption Test

Performs a self-test of the AES encryption algorithm.

Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.

Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field.

– 17


LTE
Status Displays


[E]

Operating with
Cellular
service






RAT
SigQuaI REG

LTE/3G ***** x
Cellular
Status Display Screen 1

RAT
– Radio Access Technology. –
LTE or 3G

SigQual
– Signal Quality (1
-5 “*’)

REG
– Registration status where “x” can be:


N – Not Registered


H
– Registered Home

S – Searching


D – Registration Denied


R – Registered Roaming


? – Unknown Registration State


If the RAT is LTE, the number of stars is derived from received
power (RSRP) and the received quality (RSRQ). The lower number
of stars of the two ratings is what is displayed as
overall quality.


NOTE
: For adequate signal strength, must be 2 stars or more.



RSRP
:

Greater than
-85dBm = 5 stars


-86dBm to
-95dBm = 4 stars


-96dBm to
-105dBm = 3 stars


-106dBm to
-115dBm = 2 stars


-116dBm and lower = 1 star



RSRQ
:

Greater than
-10dB = 5 stars


-11dB to
-12dB = 4 stars


-13dB to
-14dB = 3 stars


-15dB to
-16dB = 2 stars


-17dB and lower = 1 star


Press the [space] key to go to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the last screen.


LTE Disp
l
ays




R
RAT RSRP RSRQ

LTE xxxx xxxx


Signal Display for LTE

RAT
– Radio Access Technology.

RSRP
– Reference Signal Received Power

RSRQ
– Reference Signal Received Quality

Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the prev
ious field.



– 18




RSRP MIN MAX

xxxx xxxx xxxx

Min/Max Signal Display for LTE

RSRP
– Current Reference Signal Received Power

MIN
– Minimum Receive Signal Level

MAX
– Maximum Receive Signal Level

Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.

Press
the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




RSRQ MIN MAX

xxxx xxxx xxxx


Min/Max Signal Quality Display for LTE

RSRQ
– Current Reference Signal Received Quality
MIN
– Minimum Receive Signal Quality

MAX
– Maximum Receive Signal Qual
ity

Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




Cn
try Net
w T
AC

xxx xxx xxxxx


Location Display for LTE

Cntry
– Country Code

Netw
– Network Code

TAC
– Tracking area code

Press t
he [space] key to get to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




GCell Chan

xxxxxx xxxx

Cell Display for LTE

GCell
– Global Cell ID

Chan
– RF Channel number (EURFCN)

Press the [space] key to go to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




Band Mode

xxx xxxx

LTE Status Display Screen 5

Band
– LTE Band Number

Mode
– LTE Mode either FDD or TDD

Press the [space] key to go to Status Display Screen 1
.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.


3G Displays



RAT RSCP EC/No

3G
-xxx
-xxxxxx

Signal Display for 3G

RAT
– Radio Access Technology.

RSCP
–Received Signal Code Power

Ec/N0
– Carrier Noise Ratio (CNR)

Press the [spac
e] key to get to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




RSCP MIN MAX

xxxx xxxx xxxx

Min/Max Signal Display for LTE

RSRP
– Current Reference Signal Received Power

MIN
– Minimum Receive Signal Level

MAX
– Maximum Receive Signal Level

Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.


– 19




Cn
try Net
w LAC

xxx xxx xxxxx

Location Display for 3G

Cntry
– Country Code

Netw
– Network Code

LAC
– Local area code

Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




Cell Chan PSC
xxxxxx xxxx xxx
Cell Display for 3G

Cell
– Global Cell ID

Chan
– Control Channel in use

PSC
– Primary Sync C
ode

Press the [space] key to go to the next screen.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.




Second Site RSSI
Available

3G Status Display Screen 5

Secondary Site RSSI availability. Available or Not Available will be displayed.

Press
the [space] key to go to Status Display Screen 1.

Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.


– 20


LTE
Status Displays (Continued)

[S]


ECP
Flt



OK

ECP Mode

Displays the mode of operation and system fault status.

Flt
– Represents communicator faults:

OK = Normal, No fault.

G = No network connectivity over cellular network and fault time
has expired.

g = No network connectivity over cellular network and fault time
has NOT yet expired.

[T]


Test Msg Sent


Test Alarm

Sends a Test alarm to AlarmNet. Functional for a
registered

Communicator
only. If the device is not registered, a message is
displayed indicating that the command cannot be executed.

[X]


Reset CPU Y/N


Reset the
Communicator
.

Pressing [N] returns to no
rmal mode.
Pressing [Y] resets the device.


[

]

(UP
arrow)


Registering ...


Registration

Registers a programmed Communicator
with AlarmNet.

[

]

(DN
arrow)


Enter PIN#



Registration with PIN for Replacement Module

Registers a replacement Communicator
with AlarmNet, once
programmed, using the existing PIN #.




[0]



Force Server Update?

Y/N


Force Upload of Configuration File to Server

Pressing [Y] will force the device to upload its entire
configuration file to the server.

Pressing [N] cancels the operation.

NOTE:
If the Communicator
is not initialized when you enter this command,
the following screen will be displayed:

Cannot Upload

Try Later! _


Wait for the RSSI LEDs to light, indicating the
Communicator
has completed its initialization, a
nd try again.

[ENTER]


Strt Prog Mode?

Y/N_

Enter Program Mode

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


– 21


APPENDIX A
SUMMARY OF LED OPERATION
Status Display Operation
The Status Display has four LEDs used to indicate message and device s
tatus (refer to Figure 5). When
installed in the control, the LEDs appear in the following order from top to bottom.

REG, green

TX, RX, yellow

FAULT, red

SIGNAL, green

Each LED can have four different states
-

ON, OFF, FAST BLINK and
SLOW BLINK. Refer to t
he key at the bottom of Table 4.





Minimum Signal Strength LED Operation

The Minimum Signal Strength LED normally displays the module’s signal strength. The LED (green
LED) will be lit to indicate that the minimum required signal strength for installation exists between
the module and the receiving tower. Refer to Figure 9.

Table 3. Status and Signal Strength LED Operation

LED

DESCRIPTION


REG

(green)



ON

Module is NOT registered with AlarmNet.

OFF

Module is registered with AlarmNet.

FAST BLINK

Dow
nload session with Compass in progress.

SLOW BLINK

In unison with yellow LED


Registration in progress.



TX/RX

(yellow)


ON

Message transmission pending.
QUICK
PERIODIC
BLINK

Normal

FAST BLINK

Message waiting for network ACK.

SLOW BLINK

In un
ison with green LED


Registration in progress.





FAULT

(red)


ON

No contact with network.

OFF

Normal.

SLOW BLINK

Loss of communication with the panel (ECP fault).

FAST BLINK

No network contact AND loss of communication with the control
panel.


SIGNAL

(green)


ON

Minimum required signal strength is present.

OFF

Installation is not recommended.




ALL

IN UNISON FAST BLINK – Hardware Error.

IN SEQUENCE
– Power Up sequence
– 22


Table 4
– LED Examples of Normal Operating State

LED

COLOR

LED

INFO

Configured

Status Display

Unconfigured

Status Display

LED Sequence for a

Configured Message Transmission

1

2

3

4

GREEN

STATUS







YELLOW

MESSAGE






RED
FAULT







GREEN

MINIMUM

SIGNAL

STRENGTH








LED Key:



NOTE:

“Configured” means the module has account information.


– 23


CENTRAL STATION MESSAGES
The following messages are sent to the Central Station by the Communicator
for the conditions listed
below.

Table
5

Communicator
Central Station Messages
Alarm Con
dition

ECP Mode

Alarm Code

ECP Mode

Restore Code

Power On Reset

E339 C0803


ECP Supervision

E355 C0000

R355 C0000

Communication Path Restore


R350 C0951

Test

5555 5555 9


Status Application Code Update

E903

R903

Application Code Update Fail

E904


Module Firmware Update

E365

R365 (success)

Module Firmware update Fail

E366


Note:
The control panel sends its own general code (E353) for a trouble condition.


COMMUNICATOR
DOWNLOADING

The
Communicator
can be used to provide high
-speed up/downloading
to Lynx Plus Series control
panels over the LTE
network via ECP
communication. This allows site maintenance
independent of central station monitoring, and modification to sites globally.

U
L

Downloading may only be performed if a technician is at the sit
e.


GLOSSARY
4G LTE
- Refers to the fourth generation Long Term Evolution cellular wireless standards.

AES
– Advanced Encryption Standard

IMEI
– International Mobile Equipment Identity number

MAC Address
– Media Access Code; located on the module label.


– 24



SPECIFICATIONS

Physical

Dimensions: 5.625" x 2.25"


Electrical

Input Voltage: 9VDC (
powered by the Lynx Plus Series Control)

Quiescent Current: 33mA

Peak Current During Transmit: 330mA

Environmental

Operating temperature:
-20ºC to +55ºC, for ULC i
nstallations 0ºC to +49ºC

Storage temperature:
-40º to +70ºC

Humidity: 0 to 95% relative humidity, non
-condensing

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


RF

Frequency Bands:

LTE
-L3A


LTE Bands: 2, 4, 5, 12, 13


WCDMA Bands: II,
IV, V


LTE
-L3V


LTE Bands 2, 4, 13


Output Power:

LTE
-L3A


LTE: 23dBm, Class 3


WCDMA: 23dBm, Class 3

LTE
-L3V



LTE: 23dBm, Class 3



– 25


– NOTES

– 26


– NOTES








FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION & ISED
STATEMENTS

The user shall not
make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User's
Manual. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.


CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT

This
equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires the following
statement for your information.

This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, i
n strict accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found
to comply
with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15
of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that in
terference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interferen
ce to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of t
he
following measures:



If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor anten
na installed.



Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.



Move the radio or television receiver away from the receiver/control panel.



Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to the receiver/control panel.



Plug
the receiver/control panel into a different outlet so that it and the radio or television receiver are on different branch ci
rcuits.



Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

ISED
CLASS B STATEMENT

This Class B digital apparatus
complies with Canadian ICES
-003.

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


FCC / ISED
STATEMENT

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and I
SED
’s license
-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the followi
ng two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference (2) This device must accept any interference received, includi
ng
interference that may cause undesired operation.


Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC et exempt
de licence RSS d’
ISED
. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux
conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences
nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence
reçue y compris les interférences causant une réception indésir
able.


RF Exposure

Warning
– The antenna(s) used for this device must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 inches (20 cm) from
all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter
except in accordance with
FCC and ISED multi
-transmitter product procedures.

Mise en Garde

Exposition aux Fréquences
Radio :
La/les antenne(s) utilisée(s) pour cet émetteur doit/doivent être installée(s) à une distance de
séparation d'au moins 20 cm (7,8 pouces) de toute personne et ne pas être située(s) ni fonctionner parallèlement à tout autre
transmetteur ou antenne, excepté en conformité avec les procédures de produit multi transmetteur FCC et ISED.


IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT EXTERNAL ANTENNAS

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


TO THE INSTALLER

LTEL3V: The external antenna gain shall not exceed 6.94 dBi for 700 MHz, 6.00 dBi for 1700 MHz, 9.01 dBi for 1900 MHz. Under no
conditions may an antenna gain be used that would exceed the ERP and EIRP power limits as specified in FCC Parts 22H, 24E and
27.

LTEL3A: The external antenna gain shall not exceed 6.63 dBi at 700MHz and 850 MHz, 6.0 dBi at 1700 MHz and 8.51 dBi at 1900
MHz. Under no conditions may an antenna gain be used that would exceed the ERP and EIRP power limits as specified in FCC Parts
22H, 24E and 27, or ISED
RSS
-130, RSS
-132, RSS
-133, and RSS
-139.
























Support and Warranty

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

For patent information, see www.honeywell.com/patents


MyWebTech


Warranty


Patents

























2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100,

P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747

201
8 Honeywell International Inc.

www.honeywell.com/security


Ê800-243637Š

800-
24263 4/18 Rev B


Uploaded