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© 01/01/18 UTC Fire & Security. All rights reserved.
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P/N 466-5436 • REV A • 16OCT18

Simon
®
XTi-5 Version 2 Installation Guide
Content
Description ........................................................................................ 1

Safety Information ............................................................................. 2

Installation ......................................................................................... 2

Panel location
.................................................................................... 2

Connecting Hardwired Devices ......................................................... 2

Wiring the Power Transformer .......................................................... 4

Resetting Memory to Factory Defaults .............................................. 4

Programming
..................................................................................... 5

Status and Settings Screen
............................................................... 5

Sensors ............................................................................................. 7

Specifications .................................................................................. 10

Regulatory Information .................................................................... 11

UL Canada Listed Installations ....................................................... 12

FCC Compliance ............................................................................. 13

Warranty Information
....................................................................... 13

Contact Information
For contact information, see
www.utcfireandsecurity.com
or
www.interlogix.com.
For technical support, toll-free: 888.437.3287 / 855.286.8889
in the US including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and
Canada.
Outside toll-free area, contact your dealer.
© 2018 UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc.
Interlogix is part of UTC Climate Controls & Security, a unit
of United Technologies Corporation.
All rights reserved.
Description
This is the Installation Guide for the Simon
®
XTi-5 system
(models 600-1054-95R-18 and 600-1054-95R-18-CN).
Table 1: Sensors and r
ecommended sensor groups
Device Part number
Recommended
sensor group
Indoor motion sensor
60-807-95R, TX-E721
b
15, 17, 18, 20, 28,
or 32
Entry/exit door
60-362N-11-319,
60-362N-10-319,
TX-E201, TX+DWS
b, e

10
Interior door
60-362N-11-319,
60-362N-10-319,
TX-E201, TX+DWS
b, e

14
Door/Window sensor
60-362N-11-319,
60-362N-10-319,
TX-E201, TX+DWS
b, e

13
Smoke sensor
TX-6010-01-1
c
,
SDX-135Z
26
Glassbreak sensor
60-873-95
b
13
Keyfob TX-E101
b, e
,
TX+2WAYFOB
b, e

01
Simon 5" TouchScreen
60-924-RF-TS5-2

00, 01, 04, 05, 06,
or 07
Carbon Monoxide alarm TX-6310-01-1
b
,
CDX-135Z
b

34
a.
Not certified as a primary protection circuit for UL-listed
systems and is for supplementary use only.
b.
Has not been investigated by UL.
c.
Required for UL-listed residential fire alarm applications.
d.
The 5" TouchScreen has been verified for use by ETL.
Neither this device nor other devices that employ the UTCFS
80 Bit Enhanced Protocol have been investigated for use by
UL.
e.
TX+ encrypted protocol has not been investigated by UL.
Note:
These sensor groups are only recommendations. The
security provider should choose the correct sensor group for
the application.
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READ ENCLOSED
WARNINGS AND SAFETY INFORMATION.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD.
The product accessory
bag contains items that could be choking
hazards. Please keep away from small children.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Le sachet de produits accessoires
contient des éléments qui pourrait présenter un danger
d’étouffement. Veuillez garder hors de la portée des jeunes
enfants.
WARNING:
Disconnect panel power before servicing.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Débrancher l'alimentation du panneau
avant l'entretien.
CAUTION:
Use static electricity precautions when
handling electronic components.
ATTENTION:
Utiliser les précautions de l'électricite
statique lors de la manipulation des
composants électroniques.
CAUTION:
Do not use outdoor motion sensors for
intrusion protection.
ATTENTION:
N’utilisez pas des détecteurs de mouvement
extérieurs pour détecter les intrusions.
Installation
Panel location
Locate the panel where alarm sounds can be heard and
where the panel will be easily accessible for operation. Do
not install the panel near a window or door where it can be
reached easily by an intruder.
Note:
The Simon
®
XTi-5 system should not be mounted within 3
meters of any other RF equipment (RF music system
transmitter, wireless router/modem, etc.).
Note:
Refer to specific sensor installation instructions for complete
operation and testing details.
Mounting
Figure 1:
XTi-5 Chassis and Trim Ring

To mount the panel on a wall:
1. Lay the panel flat on a table.
2. Remove trim ring (
B
in Figure 1 above) from panel by
lifting at notch (
C
in Figure 1 above).
3. Separate the panel chassis from the mounting plate by
lifting up on the tabs (
A
in Figure 1 above) and swinging
the chassis open.
4. Choose a panel location.
5. Run all necessary power, phone, siren, and hardwired
contact wires to the desired panel location.
When choosing the AC outlet location for the AC power
transformer, make sure the outlet is not controlled by a
switch or that it is not part of a ground fault circuit
interrupt (GFCI).
6. Hold the mounting plate against the wall and mark the
mounting-hole locations (Figure 2 below) with a pencil.
Note:
Mark both mounting holes in the middle of the mounting slot.
This will allow better adjustment of the panel before securing
it to the wall.
Figure 2:
Mounting Holes

7. Secure the mounting screws (provided) to the locations
on the wall marked in
step 6
. Do not tighten the screws.
Leave enough clearance to mount the mounting plate.
Note:
Use wall anchors if no studs are present.
8. Mount the mounting plate to the wall. Insert the top
mounting hole first, then the bottom hole. Adjust the fit
to make sure the mounting plate is level. Hold the
mounting plate in place and tighten the screws.
9. Hang the panel chassis on the mounting plate at the
plastic hinges, swing the chassis up to the mounting
plate and engage at the tabs (
A
in Figure 1 above).
For a UL Listed installation, secure the tabs using the
provided screws (
E
in Figure 1 above).
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Connecting Hardwired Devices
The panel has five screw terminals, two battery terminals,
and two telephone connections. The screw terminals
connect the AC power, sirens, and/or hardwired detectors.
Figure 3:
Wiring Terminals

Program sensors and devices before installing them; follow
the instructions in “Sensors” on page 7 to add the sensors to
panel memory.
The HW1 I/O terminal is dual purpose and can be used for
either siren or hardwired contact connections. The HW2 in
terminal is an input only.
Interior Sirens
From the factory, the HW1 I/O input (terminal 1) is set up for
interior siren operation (status and alarm sounds). The
HW1&2 DC out (terminal 2) provides the positive (+) voltage.
Note:
The total current available from the HW1&2 DC out terminal
is 250 mA at up to 120ºF (49ºC). A 24-hour battery standby
for UL requirements will be met with a maximum load of
250 mA.
With Hardwired Siren Supervision turned on, sirens
connected to HW1 I/O are supervised and require a 4.7 k
ȍ

resistor in the circuit. If this terminal is not used, turn
Hardwired Siren Supervision off.
Exterior Sirens
For an exterior siren, change the HW1 setting in the System
Options programming menu. See wiring diagram.
Note:
Not investigated for and may not be used in a UL Listed
installation.
Hardwired Contacts
Connect hardwired reed switches (normally closed loop only)
to HW1 I/O (if not being used for a hardwired siren) and/or
HW2 in (terminal 3).
Connect only normally closed (NC) reed switches to HW1
I/O and/or HW2 in. Other types of hardwired detectors
should not be used.
The total resistance of the wired loop must not exceed 3
ohms; uses up to 200 ft. (61 m) of two-conductor, 22-gauge
stranded wire.
Connect hardwired reed switches to the panel using a 47 k
ȍ

resistor (not a 4.7 k
ȍ
resistor) as shown in Figure 4 below.
The resistor must be connected at the last switch in the
circuit.
Figure 4:
Normally Closed Hardwired Reed Switches

Note:
Do not install the resistor at the panel terminals. This does
not provide supervision of the wire.
Wiring Phone Lines
Connect a phone line to the panel for systems monitored by
a central monitoring station or systems that notify users by a
voice event notification.
DSL (digital subscriber line) allows the use of multiple
devices on a single phone line simultaneously. For DSL
environments, connect the panel line-in jack to an available
phone jack on the premises. To ensure panel reporting is
successful, an inline filter might also be needed.
Note:
Avoid connecting the panel to a standard phone (voice) line,
as other devices on the line can prevent reports from going
through.
Full line Seizure
Full line seizure allows the panel to take over (seize) the
phone line, even if another device on the line is in use. This
method requires that the panel be wired before all other
phones, answering machines, computers, or other devices
on the phone line (verifying line seizure for UL installations
may be needed).
Use the RJ31X (CA-38A) jack when wiring for full line
seizure. Quickly and easily disconnect the panel from the
phone line in case the panel disables the phone line due to a
malfunction.
To wire full line seizure with an RJ31X:
1. Run a four-conductor cable from the premises Telco
block to the RJ31X.
2. Connect the four-conductor cable wire to the RJ31X.
3. Disconnect the green and red premises phone jack
wires from the Telco block and splice them to the four-
conductor cable black and white (or yellow) wires. Use
weatherproof wire connectors for these splices. 4 / 13

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4. Connect the four-conductor cable green and red wires
to the Telco block TIP (+) and red to RING (-) posts.
5. Connect the phone cord included with the panel to the
RJ31X and the panel LINE jack.
Full line seizure wiring with one premises phone
If a single phone is all that exists on the premises, full line
seizure can be accomplished without an RJ31X.
1. Disconnect the phone from the premises phone jack
and plug it into the panel PHONE jack. This jack is
disconnected automatically whenever the panel reports.
2. Connect the included phone cord to the panel LINE jack
and the premises phone jack.
If a customer adds phones or other phone devices to
another phone jack, full line seizure no longer exists.
Customers should be informed to contact their security
provider if they want to add a phone or other device so that
an installer can rewire for full line seizure by adding an
RJ31X.
Wiring the Power Transformer
Connect the power transformer to the two 9 VAC in terminals
(4 and 5) on the panel. Do not plug in the transformer at this
time. When applying power to the panel; connect the battery
first, and then plug in the AC power transformer. This
sequence prevents a battery fault condition.
Note:
System can only be powered up using AC power, not battery
power. The red battery icon may appear when the system
first powers up and will disappear after some time.
To remove and install th
e backup battery (6 VDC,
2.1 Ah):
Note:
It is recommended that the backup battery be replaced every
3-5 years.
1. Remove AC power from the panel.
2. Disconnect the existing battery from the battery
connector.
3. Remove the existing battery by reaching under the
battery with a finger and pulling up.
Note:
Do not try to push the plastic latch back to remove the
battery.
4. Insert the new battery into the battery compartment and
snap into place.
5. Plug the battery connector into the panel.
CAUTION:
Do not connect the battery until the panel is
ready to power up.
ATTENTION:
Ne branchez pas la batterie tant que vous
n’êtes pas prêt à mettre le panneau sous
tension.
Resetting Memory to Factory Defaults
To reset memory to factory defaults, follow the steps below.
To reset the panel to factory defaults:
1. Remove the trim ring.
2. Open the panel chassis.
3. Unplug the transformer and disconnect the battery.
4. Press and hold the reset button (D in Figure 1 on page
2) on the center of the panel.
5. Plug in the transformer to the panel while holding the
reset button and keeping the panel cover open.
6. Release the button.
7. Plug in the battery and close the panel chassis.
8. Replace the trim ring.
Applying AC Power
Make sure the outlet is not controlled by a switch or that it is
not part of a ground fault circuit interrupt (GFCI).
Note:
For Canadian installations, plug the transformer into the wall
outlet.
1. Remove the center screw from the outlet cover plate
and hold the cover plate in place.
WARNING:
Use extreme caution when securing the
transformer to a metal outlet cover. An
individual could receive a serious shock if
metal outlets cover drops down onto the
prongs of the plug.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Faite preuve d’une extrême prudence
quand vous fixez le transformateur sur une plaque
métallique. Vous pourriez recevoir un choc grave si la
plaque métallique touche aux broches du transformateur.
2. Plug the transformer into the lower receptacle of the
outlet so that the hole in the transformer tab lines up
with the outlet cover screw hole.
3. Insert the cover plate screw through the transformer tab
and the outlet cover plate. Tighten the screw.
Note:
Upon initial installation, the battery may not be fully charged
for as long as 36 hours. A low battery icon will be present
and trouble beeps will sound until the battery is sufficiently
charged. After the initial charge, should the panel lose AC
Power and experience a low battery condition, the icon will
appear and trouble beeps will sound unless silenced.
Silence trouble beeps by:
• Arming or disarming the system
Or
• Pressing the STATUS & SETTINGS icon and pressing
LISTEN next to Panel Status.
This will disable the sounder for 4 hours but the trouble
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Programming
The control panel provides the main processing for all
system functions. The programming of system options and
features is menu-driven.
Table 2 below describes the panel’s programming keys and
features.
Note:
The look and style of the panel’s programming keys and
features can be changed after installation.
Table 2: Simon
®
XTi-5 Features and Key Functions
Item Description
Piezo siren
Provides alarm beeps and status beeps. Fire and
intrusion alarm beeps are always played at high
volume, while the volume of status beeps is
programmable.
Touch screen
Provides a graphical user interface for
programming and system operation.
Microphone
Used to communicate with the central monitoring
station after an alarm.
Speaker
Provides voice output and sounds key beeps.
The panel speaks arming level change, system
status, and voice chime sensor trips. The panel
voice is also used for voice reporting and remote
phone control.

To access the emergency screen and select the
appropriate emergency icon (Panic, Police, or
Fire), press EMERGENCY in the top left corner of
the screen.
Time
Displays the current system time.

Depicts the status of the AC power and battery. A
green power cord icon represents AC power to
the system. A red battery icon represents low
battery power to the system. A green battery icon
represents a charged battery.

This will appear on the Main screen in the event
of an alarm. Messages will also display on this
icon describing what caused the alarm. Press this
icon to cancel the alarm.




These four icons depict the status of the sensors
are installed in system.
A green check indicates sensors are closed or no
recent activity detected. A red exclamation
indicates sensors are open or recent activity has
been detected.
Pressing these icons will open a new screen to
provide more detail.
If the icon shows N/A, the system is not
configured to support that type of sensor.

Press this icon to access the Arming Screen.
Item Description



Depending on the arming level, one of these
three icons will display. Press to turn off
intrusion/burglary protection for the system. Only
intrusion/burglary sensors are disarmed.
Environmental sensors, such as smoke and
carbon monoxide detectors, stay active at all
times. Enter code in the keypad screen that
appears. If the code is entered incorrectly, press
the Clear icon and enter the correct code.

Press to access the Status & Settings screen.

Arming Errors
When selecting an arming option on the Arm screen, and
there is an arming problem, an arming error message will
appear at the bottom of the screen, indicating what the
problem is and how to correct it. For example, a message
that indicates to close the front door can be seen.
Correct the problem as indicated or press Bypass. An
arming countdown message at the bottom of the screen will
appear. Touch the Cancel icon and enter a valid master/user
code to stop the arming process.
Status & Settings Screen
Entering and exiting the Status & Settings screen
To enter the Status & Settings screen:
Press the Status and Settings icon
on the lower right of
the Main screen.
To exit the Status and Settings screen:
Press Close to exit the Status and Settings screen and
navigate up one level.
Note:
The system will automatically return to the main screen after
a period of inactivity.
x

A gold icon indicates an option is selected.
x

A blue icon indicates an option is not selected. 6 / 13

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Status & Settings Screen Navigation
1. Press the up/down arrows to scroll through the pages.
(See Table 3 below for Settings screen structure).
2. Press an icon to change the value of an option or enter
a sub-screen.
3. Press “Close” to return to the previous screen.
Table 3: Status and Sett
ings Screen Structure
Option How to view
Event History
Press the Show icon to view system events.
Note
: If “#” appears in the Event History list, the
event was not sent to the central station.
Direct Bypass
Press the Select icon to enter the sensor bypass
screen.
Panel Status
Press the Listen icon to listen to the status of the
security system. Press Clear to clear the status.
Chime
Press the On/Off icon to set the chime feature
On/Off.
Note
: This option may or may not appear
depending on panel programming.
Special Chime
Press the On/Off icon to set the special chime
feature On/Off.
Note
: This option may or may not appear
depending on panel programming.
Lights
Press Control to access the Light screen; use this
feature to turn On/Off programmed lights.
Note
: Has not been investigated by UL.
Door Lock
Press Control to access the Door Lock screen;
use this feature to lock/unlock programmed door
locks.
Note
: Has not been investigated by UL.
Garage Door
Press Control to access the Garage Door screen;
use this feature to open/close programmed
garage door.
Note
: Has not been investigated by UL.
Voice Volume
Press the arrows to adjust the speech volume
level.
Beep Volume
Press the arrows to adjust the beep volume level.
Brightness
Press the arrows to adjust the screen’s
brightness.
Default Screen
Use this feature to set this panel’s screen saver
mode. Select “Blank” to have the screen and LED
go dark after a period of inactivity. Otherwise, the
default will be the Main screen and the screen will
always be lit. If AC power is lost, the screen will
go blank after 2 minutes of inactivity to maximize
battery life.
Note
: The screen will automatically go blank at
2:00 am daily for 60 minutes.
Calibration
Press the Show icon to enter the calibration
screen. This screen will allows for the
recalibration of the touch screen.
Help
Press the Help icon to access the Help menu.
Set Date/Time
Press Enter to set the date and time.
System Tests
Press Enter to perform a sensor test or system
download.

Option How to view
Programming
Press to Programming icon to program the
following features.
Access Codes
Press the Access Codes icon to change existing
or add new access codes.
Security
Press the Security icon to turn downloader
enable on/off and to set the account number.
Phone Numbers
Press the Phone Numbers icon to change
existing or add new phone numbers.
Phone Options
Press the Phone Options icon to access the
following phone options:

Manual Phone Test

Fail To Communicate
• DTMF Dialing

300 BPS Enabled

Ring Hang Ring
• Dialer Delay

Call Waiting Code

Sensors
Press the Sensors icon to access the learn
sensor, edit sensor, and delete sensor options.
Reporting
Press the Reporting icon to access the following
reporting options:
• Opening Report
• Closing Report

Force Armed Report

AC Power Failure Report

Panel Low Battery Report

Sensor Alarm Restoral Report

24 Hour Sensor Tamper

Supervisory Tamper Report

No Usage Report
• Swinger Shutdown
• Programming Report

Fire Alarm Verification
Press the Comm Modes icon to access the
following communication modes (Phone 1-4
Report Modes).
Timers
Press the Timers icon to access the following
timers options:
• Entry Delay
• Exit Delay

No Activity Timeout

Audio Phone Test
• Supervisory Time

Alarm Cancel Window
• RF Timeout

Fail To Open Time (hr/min)

Fail To Close Time (hr/min)
• Siren Timeout
• Unvacated Premises
• Smoke Supervision




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Option How to view
Programming
cont.
Press to Programming icon to program the
following features.
Touchpad (Keyfob)
Options

Press the Touchpad Options icon to access the
following options:

Keyfob No Delay
• Panic Alarms

Remote TP Arming
System Options
Press the System Options icon to access the
following system options:

RF Jam Detect
• Demo Mode
• HW1 Function

24 hour clock

Show “More” Button on Arm

Show “Motion Only” Button on Arm

Extended RF Jam Detect
Siren Options
Press the Siren Options icon to turn on/off the
following options:

Panel Piezo Beeps
• Panel Voice

Panel Piezo Alarm
• Trouble Beeps
• Voice Chime

HW Siren Supervision

Silent Police Panic

Alarm Report Verify
Audio Verification
Press the Audio Verification icon to access the
following audio verification options:
• Audio Mode
• Fire Shutdown

Fire Enabled AVM
• Panic Talk

VOX Receiver Gain

VOX Microphone Gain

VOX Microphone Gain Range

Manual Microphone Gain
System Tests
Press the System Tests icon to perform a sensor
test, communication test, or system download
test.
Styles
Press the Styles icon to select the look and color
of the UI configuration.
Upgrades
Press the Upgrades icon to perform system
firmware upgrade.
Version
Displays the system’s firmware version, touch
screen version, and copyright information.
Access Programming Screen
1. From the Status & Settings screen, press the down
arrow to scroll to the Programming option.
2. Press “Enter”.
3. Enter the dealer or security provider’s code (see Table
4) and press “OK”.
Note:
User has four seconds between number presses to enter the
code or they will be returned to the Main screen.
Note:
Do not remove the panel power within 30 seconds of exiting
program mode.
Access Codes
Table 4 below describes the Access code menu
programming options.
Table 4: Access Codes
Function Default Description
Dealer
code
4321
Dealer code is used to program all system
options, including high-security options that
are not accessible with the security provider’s
code if it is different from the dealer code.
Changing the dealer code to differ from the
security provider’s code will prevent the
security provider from viewing certain fields.
If the dealer code is changed; enter program
mode with the security provider’s code, the
security provider will no longer be able to see
the following: code length, downloader code,
phone lock, phone #1, phone #2, phone 1
report mode, phone 2 report mode, HW1
function.
Security
Provider
code
4321
Security provider’s (aka installer) code is used
to program most security provider options,
except for high-security dealer options.
Master
code
1234
Master code is used to arm/disarm the system
and to enter programming and bypass
sensors.
User
codes 1
to 8
Blank
User codes are used to arm/disarm the
system.
Duress
code
Blank
Duress code in place of the master or user
code to cause a silent alarm.
Code
length
Four digits Codes can be three to six digits long.
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Sensors
These instructions describe how to add (learn) sensors,
touchpads, and other system devices into panel memory.
The panel recognizes the sensor when the learned sensor
icon is pressed and a corresponding action occurs on the
sensor. The type of action varies by sensor.
Refer to the sensor installation manual for more details.
Examples of the most common sensor actions are listed in
Table 5.
Table 5: Device Programming
Device To program
Door/window
sensor
Press the button on the top of the sensor (cover
removed) or trip the tamper.
Motion sensor
Press the button on the back of the sensor
(mounting plate removed) or trip the tamper.
Smoke detector Trip the tamper, press the test button, remove the
detector from its base, or put the smoke detector
into alarm.
Hardwired
sensor
Separate the sensor from its magnet.
CO alarm
Trip the wall tamper by removing the sensor body
from the mounting plate.
Simon 5"
TouchScreen
1. Press the Settings icon.
2. Press the Down arrow until the Clear and Enroll
icon appears.
3. Press the Clear and Enroll icon. The touch
screen should indicate it is waiting for enrollment.
Simon XT
talking
touchpad
Press the Lights off button on the touchpad six
times in rapid succession. On the sixth press, the
touchpad makes a longer beep.
Keyfob
Press the lock and unlock buttons at the same time.
TX+
These sensors may have special enrollment
process.
Sensors with “TX+” in their naming convention
feature an encryption protocol which provides
encrypted wireless communication with this panel.
Learning Sensor
To learn (program) a sensor:
1. From the Programming screen, enter the access code
from the codes listed in Table 4 on page 7. The display
shows each entered access code digit as a dot.
2. Press OK. Programming screen is now open.
3. Press Sensors.
4. Press Learn Sensor.
5. Trip the sensor (see Table 5). The Edit Sensor screen
will appear. If no further action is required (change
sensor name, number, or group) proceed to step 8. To
exit, press Close repeatedly. The Edit Sensor screen
will appear. If no further action is required (change
sensor name, number, group, or select protocol)
proceed to step 8.
6. To change the sensor name, number or sensor group
press the appropriate Edit icon and modify the value. To
change the sensor text, press the appropriate Edit icon,
then choose the item that needs to be changed.
7. Press Save to keep the new sensor, or Cancel to abort
learning this sensor into the system (return to step 5 to
repeat process).
8. To exit, press Close repeatedly.
Sensor Naming
Please use the following guide when naming sensors:
x

Sensor names must have the word “window” or “door”
from the text library to interact with the touch screen
Door and Windows icons on the Main screen.
x

On the Edit Sensor name screen in programming,
default the screen to list and not keypad. This gives the
user the list of possible sensor names.
x

The Motion icon is controlled by sensors that are
programmed into the following groups: 15, 17, 18, 20,
28, or 32.
The Property icon is controlled by the following
sensors:
x

All sensors learned into Group 43.
x

Sensors that are not named “window” or “door”.
x

Sensors not learned into the Motion groups.
x

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Sensor Mounting Recommendations:
x

Where possible, install sensors within 100 feet (30 m) of
the receiver. While a transmitter and receiver
combination may have an open-air range of 500 feet
(152 m) or more, the environment at the installation site
may have a significant effect on operational range.
Changing a sensor or receiver location can improve
wireless communication.
x

Avoid mounting sensors or receivers in areas where
they will be exposed to moisture or where the operating
temperature range will exceed the specified range (10 to
120 °F).
x

Avoid mounting the sensor or receiver in areas with a
large quantity of metal or electrical wiring. For example:
within 1 meter of AC distribution panel (fuse box), HVAC
duct work.
x

Avoid mounting the sensor or receiver directly on metal.
x
The Simon
®
XTi-5 system should not be mounted within
3 meters of any other RF equipment (RF music system
transmitter, wireless router/modem, etc.).
Note:
Refer to specific sensor installation instructions for complete
operation and testing details.
Note:
While installing a sensor on a gun case, jewelry box, or a
similar case, and the sensor is active in level one, to avoid
putting the panel into alarm when the sensor and the magnet
are separated; it is a must to direct bypass the sensor.
Sensor Testing
Test the sensors after all programming is completed and
whenever a sensor-related problem occurs.
Note:
While the sensor test is a valuable installation and service
tool, it only tests sensor operation for the current conditions.
Be sure to perform a sensor test after any changes in
environment, equipment, or programming.
The central station will then be notified that a test will be
performed prior to starting the test.
To test the sensors:
1. Place all sensors in their secured (non alarm) state.
2. Access the System Test screen through the
Programming Screen, and then press OK.
3. Enter the dealer or security provider code and press
“OK”.
4. Press “Sensor Test”.
5. All learned in sensors will be displayed on this screen.
Press the arrows to scroll through the pages.
6. Test sensors by tripping them one at a time. The panel
will display the number of transmissions received from
sensors being tripped. See Table 6 below for specific
instructions on how to trip each sensor type.
The panel sounds beeps, and the display identifies the
tripped sensor and the number of RF packets received.
Each beep represents one RF packet. Count the
number of beeps and refer to Table 6 below for
minimum requirements. The panel displays Sn #, Name,
and Rounds Detected (Packets). Scroll through to make
sure all sensors have been tested.
Table 6: Sensor Tripping Instructions
Sensor Instructions
Minimum
packets
required
Hardwire
contact
Open the hardwire contact.
1
Door/window
Open the secured door or window. 6 of 8
Carbon
monoxide alarm
Press and hold the Test/Hush
button (approximately 5 seconds)
until the unit beeps two times, and
then release the button.
6 of 8
Glassbreak
Test with an appropriate glass
break sensor tester.
6 of 8
Motion sensor
Avoid the motion sensor field of
view for 5 minutes, and then enter
its view.
6 of 8
Smoke
Press and hold the test button
until the system sounds
transmission beeps.
6 of 8
Keyfob
Press and hold the Lock and
Unlock buttons simultaneously for
3 seconds.
6 of 8
Simon XT
talking
touchpad
Press and hold the two
Emergency buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds.
6 of 8
Simon XT
talking
TouchScreen
For sensor testing a 1.0.
TouchScreen, press and hold the
Emergency icon for 5 seconds.
For sensor testing a 1.1 or greater
TouchScreen, press the Settings
(gear) icon, scroll down, and then
press the RF Test icon.
6 of 8
Note:
Some TX+ Protocol based sensors may require only 3 of 4
minimum packets.
7. Press Close repeatedly to exit. 10 / 13

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Sensor Test Failure
If sirens do not beep when a sensor is tripped, use an RF
Sniffer (60-401) test tool to verify that the sensor is
transmitting. Constant beeps from the RF Sniffer indicate a
faulty sensor. Replace the sensor.
If possible, locate sensors within 100 ft. (30 m) of the panel.
While a sensor may have a range of 500 ft. (152 m) or more
out in the open, the environment at the installation site can
have a significant effect on transmitter range. A change in
sensor location may help overcome adverse wireless
conditions and can potentially be accomplished by the
following:
x
Reposition the sensor
x

Relocate the sensor
x

If necessary, replace the sensor
To reposition a sensor:
1. Rotate the sensor and test for improved sensor
communications at 90 and 180 degrees from original
position.
2. If poor communication persists, relocate the sensor.
To relocate a sensor:
1. Test the sensor a few inches from the original position.
2. Increase the distance from the original position and
retest until an acceptable location is found.
3. Mount the sensor in the new location.
4. If no location is acceptable, replace the sensor.
To replace a sensor:
1. Test a known good sensor at the same location.
2. If the transmission beeps remain below the minimum
level, avoid mounting a sensor at that location.
3. If the known-good sensor functions, contact UTC Fire &
Security for repair or replacement of the problem
sensor.
Sensor Testing Notes:
x

Conduct sensor test in all possible environmental
conditions (for example: interior doors open and closed,
HVAC system on and off, wireless music system turned
on and off).
x

Conduct sensor test whenever changes are made to the
installation environment that may impact RF
performance (for example: mirrors installed, metal
backed wall paper, addition of other RF equipment).
x

Sensor testing should be done before and after
permanent mounting.
Comm Testing
If Comm Test is not finished, it will continue to run even if the
program mode is exited.
Note:
Complete panel programming before performing comm
testing.
To perform a comm test:
1. Enter the Status & Settings menu.
2. Scroll until System Tests is listed, Press Enter.
3. Enter master code and press OK.
4. Press Comm Test.
The panel displays if the comm test was successful or not.
Central Station Communication
After performing sensor tests, check that the system is
reporting alarms successfully to the central station.
Note:
The communication with the central station test must be
done while NOT in programming mode.
To verify alarm reporting:
1. Contact the central station and tell the operator that a
system will be tested.
2. Arm the system.
3. Test an emergency panic icon and trip at least one
sensor of each type (fire, intrusion, etc.) to verify that the
appropriate alarms are working correctly. There is a 30
second delay.
4. When finished, after testing system, call the central
station to verify that the alarms were received.
Cleaning the Touch Screen
If necessary, use a soft cloth to clear smudges on the touch
screen. Do not use glass cleaner on the touch screen.
Disposal
Dispose of all equipment is accordance with local
requirements. P/N 466-5436 • REV A • 16OCT18

11 / 13
Specifications
Power
9 VAC, 60 Hz, 25 VA transformer minimum
Rechargeable battery: 6.0 VDC, 2.1 Ah NIMH

Maximum battery charging current is 120 mA

Once the battery reaches a low battery condition,
a trouble signal will be annunciated, indicating
that the battery may no longer support a full
alarm load.
When fully charged, the battery will operate the
panel without AC power for 24 hours with the
panel in a normal, standby condition, followed by
5 minutes in full alarm condition (including the
maximum specified auxiliary load of 250 mA).
Radio frequency
319.5 MHz
Storage
temperature
-29 to 140ºF (-34 to 60ºC) without battery
14 to 86ºF (-10 to 30ºC) with battery one year
shelf life
Operating
temperature
32 to 120ºF (0 to 49ºC)
Maximum humidity
95% relative humidity, noncondensing
A
uxiliary powe
r

Unregulated 4.0 to 12.3 VDC, with a maximum of
250 mA
Regulatory Information
Some installation may require configurations dictated by
city/state codes, insurance, or Underwriter’s Laboratories
(UL). This section describes the various component and
configuration listings.
Basic system:
x

Control panel: Backup battery 6 V 2.1 Ah (34-070)
x

Standard Class 2, 9 VAC, 25 VA power transformer
(UTC Fire & Security part 22-155) or Standard Class 2,
9 VAC, 25 VA power transformer (UTC Fire & Security
part 22-165) or Standard, Class 2, 9 VAC, 30 VA (UTC
Fire & Security part 22-153).
x

Hardwired siren (13-374)
Household burglary alarm system unit (UL 1023), basic
system plus the following:
x

Hardwired magnetic contact (1038T) or wireless learn
mode door/window sensor (TX-E721, TX-E201 or 60-
362N-10-319.5)
x

Panel piezo beeps set to on
x

Entry delay set to 45 seconds or less
x

Exit delay set to 60 seconds or less
x

RF time-out set to 24 hours
x

Control panel alarms turned on
x

Auto arm set to on
x

Siren timeout set to 5 minutes or more
x

Trouble beeps set to on
x

RF jam detect set to on
x

Extended RF Jam detect set to on
x

Hardwired siren supervision set to on
x

Exit extension set to off
x

Quick exit set to off
Household fire warning system (UL 985), basic system plus
the following:
x

Wireless smoke sensor TX-6010-01-1, SDX-135Z,
learned into sensor group 26.
x

Panel piezo beeps turned on
x

Control panel alarms set to on
x

Siren timeout set to 4 minutes or more
x

Trouble beeps set to on
x

RF jam detect set to on
x

Hardwired siren supervision set to on
x

Smoke supervision set to on
UL 1635 digital alarm communicator system the following
settings are required only if the system is set up for central
station reporting:
x

Phone mode 1 set to “All SIA” or “All CID”
x

Automatic phone test set to 001
x

RF timeout set to 4 hours
x

AC power failure report set to on
x

CPU low battery report set to on
x

Fail to communicate set to on
x

Entry delay plus the dialer delay must not exceed 60
seconds 12 / 13

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SIA System Requirements
Verified to SIA CP-01-2010, basic system, plus if multiple
annunciations are required, use hardwired siren 13-046.
Note:
For UL 1635 installations, entry delay plus dialer abort delay
must not exceed 60 seconds.
Table 7 below describes programming requirements to meet
ANSI-SIA CP-2010.
Table 7: SIA Setting Requirements
Function
Default setting
Required setting
Entry delay
30 seconds
30 to 240 seconds
Exit delay
60 seconds
45 to 240 seconds
Dialer delay
30 seconds
15 to 45 seconds
A
uto arm
On
On
Un-vacated premises
On
On
Call waiting
Off
On if reporting to
central station and
customer has call
waiting service
A
larm cancel window
6 minutes
6 to 255 minutes, Off
System test
Enabled
Enabled
Communication test
Enabled
Enabled
Exit extension
On
On
Swinger shutdown
On (one trip)
On (one trip)
Fire alarm verify
Off
On
Duress/panic code
Disabled
Disabled
Cross zone
Disabled
Disabled for zones
with high probability of
false alarms

Table 8 below describes nonprogrammable (hard-coded)
system operation, as required to meet ANSI-SIA CP-01.
Table 8: Nonprogrammable
System Operation
Function Operation
Silent exit
All annunciators enabled
Remote arming exit time and
progress annunciation
All annunciators enabled
A
bort annunciation
Enabled
Cancel report annunciation
Enabled
Recent closing
Enabled (2-minute window)
Exit error
Enabled
Restoration of power
Panel resumes operation in same
arming state and disregards alarm
signals from sensors for the first
60 seconds after power
restoration
Cancel alarm
Enter code only

Central Station Reporting
Note:
The panel shall not be set or programmed to place a call to a
police station number that has not been specifically assigned
by that police station for such service.
CAUTION:
If call waiting is used on a non-call waiting line,
successful connection to the central station may
be prevented.
ATTENTION:
Si l'appel en attente est utilisé sur une ligne
d'attente non - appel, connexion réussie à la
station centrale peut être empêché.
The panel has been tested with the following central station
receivers using SIA and Contact ID reporting formats:
Before beginning installation, the security provider must
verify that the central station is equipped with the following
receivers:
x

Radionics D6600 central station receiver
x

Sur-Gard central station receiver with models SG-
DRL2A and SG-CPM2
x

CS5000 digital alarm communicator receiver
UL Canada Listed Installations
This section describes the requirements for CUL (UL
Canada) listed installations.
Canadian standards CSA certified accessories:
x

Standard Class 2, 9 VAC, 30 VA power transformer
(UTC Fire & Security model 22-153-CN) or Standard
Class 2, 9 VAC, 25 VA, (UTC Fire & Security model 22-
155-CN) or Standard Class 2, 9 VAC, 25 VA, (UTC Fire
& Security model 22-165-CN).
Residential burglary alarm system unit (ORD-C1023-1974):
basic system as described for UL 1023 listed installations
plus:
x

Hardwired magnetic contact (1038T) or wireless learn
mode door/window sensor (60-670)
x

Siren timeout set to six minutes or more
Residential fire warning system control unit (ULC-S545-
M89): basic system as described for UL 985 listed
installations plus:
x

Wireless smoke sensor TX-6010-01-1, SDX-135Z
learned into sensor group 26
x

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FCC Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a residential environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Part 15 registration number:
B4Z-910C-SIMON
IC:
1175C-910CSIMO
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-001. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est
conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Part 68.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC
rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA.
FCC registration number: US:
B4ZAK02B55910
Canada:
1175C-910CSIXT
Ranger Equivalence 0.2B
Load Number 0.2
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(I) WILL NOT BE HACKED, COMPROMISED AND/OR
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