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Installation and Setup Guide








800-24453 9/18 Rev A i
Table of Contents
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SECTION 1: Genera
l Information ................................
...............................................................
............................................... 1

System Overview ...............................................
...............................................................
............................ 1

Introduction ..................................................
...............................................................
........................... 1

General Information ...........................................
...............................................................
..................... 1

System Features
...............................................................
...............................................................
............. 2

About AlarmNet-i Inte
rnet Application .........................
...............................................................
.................. 2

Encryption ....................................................
...............................................................
.................................. 2

Remote Services ...............................................
...............................................................
............................ 2

Modes of Operation ............................................
...............................................................
........................... 3

ECP Mode ......................................................
...............................................................
......................... 3

Zone Trigger Mode
...............................................................
...............................................................
... 3

Supervision F
eatures ..........................................
...............................................................
........................... 4

Antennas ......................................................
...............................................................
........................... 4

Specifications
...............................................................
...............................................................
.................. 5

Compatibility .................................................
...............................................................
................................. 6

Compliance ....................................................
...............................................................
................................ 6

SECTION 2: Mounting and Wiring
...............................................................
...............................................................
............... 7

Determine the Signal Strengt
h and Select a Location............
...............................................................
....... 7

Mounting the Co
mmunicator .....................................
...............................................................
.................... 8

Mounting Procedure, LTE-I (
no rear tamper switch) .............
...............................................................
.. 8

Mounting Procedure, LTE-I (wi
th rear tamper switch) ...........
...............................................................
. 9

Wiring the Communicator .......................................
...............................................................
..................... 10

Wiring for ECP ................................................
...............................................................
...................... 10

Wiring for Zone
Trigger Mode ..................................
...............................................................
............. 11

Wiring the Fa
ult Relay ........................................
...............................................................
................... 12

Internet Con
nection ...........................................
...............................................................
.................... 12

Power Connections
and Options .................................
...............................................................
................ 13

Powering the Communicator .....................................
...............................................................
............ 13

Backup Battery Connection .....................................
...............................................................
............. 15

SECTION 3: Programming
the Communi
cator .......................
...............................................................
................................ 17

General Information ...........................................
...............................................................
.......................... 17

Using the AlarmN
et 360 Website ................................
...............................................................
.......... 17

Using a 7720P Pr
ogramming Tool ................................
...............................................................
........ 17

Using the Control Panel
Programming Mode ......................
...............................................................
. 18

Programming Conventions .......................................
...............................................................
............ 19

ECP Mode Progr
amming ..........................................
...............................................................
................... 19

ECP Status Codes ..............................................
...............................................................
.................. 25

Zone Trigge
r Mode .............................................
...............................................................
......................... 26

Exiting Programming Mode ......................................
...............................................................
................... 34

Setting Factory
Defaults ......................................
...............................................................
........................ 34
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SECTION 4: Re
gistration .......................................
...............................................................
................................................... 35

Registering the Communicator ..................................
...............................................................
.................. 35

Registering through the
AlarmNet 360 Website ..................
...............................................................
. 35

Register using the Tamper Switch ..............................
...............................................................
.......... 36

Register using the
Programming Tool ...........................
...............................................................
....... 36

Replacing an existi
ng communicator ............................
...............................................................
........ 37

Register by Phone
...............................................................
...............................................................
.. 37

SECTION 5: Programmer
Keyboard Commands .......................
...............................................................
............................. 39

Identificati
on Displays .......................................
...............................................................
.................... 39

Cellular Status Displays (appea
r only if the communication path
includes cell) .................................. 40

System Status Displays ........................................
...............................................................
................ 43

SECTION 6: Networ
k Diagnostics ................................
...............................................................
............................................ 45

Running Network
Diagnostics ...................................
...............................................................
.................. 45

Possible Errors Running
Network Diagnostics ...................
...............................................................
......... 46

Appendices ....................................................
...............................................................
.......................................................... A-1

Appendix A : Summary o
f LED Operation .........................
...............................................................
......... A-1

Appendix B : Central St
ation Messages .........................
...............................................................
............ B-1

Appendix C : G
lossary .........................................
...............................................................
....................... C-1

Summary of Connections Diagram..............................................................Inside Ba
ck Cover







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SECTION 1

General Information
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System Overview
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase
of Honeywell's LTE-IV/LTE-IA/L
TE-IC

Internet and Cellular
communicator (henceforth referr
ed to as LTE-I, or LTE-IC in Can
ada). It represents the latest
and most innovative communication
technology for the security i
ndustry and uses the most
sophisticated encryption to ens
ure the highest level of securit
y for your customer.
The new network connectivity bri
ngs faster cellular (cell) data
transfers with lower latency
(response time); together it res
ults in speedier data transfers
.

The communicator requires an Al
armNet–i account. For new insta
llations, please obtain the account
information from the central stat
ion prior to programming this
communicator. For replacement
installations, the AlarmNet-i a
ccount is created automatically
when the communicator is registered.

Due to Honeywell's continuing e
ffort to improve
our products, y
our device may look slightly
different than pictured.
General Information
The LTE-I communicates via the In
ternet (when service is availa
ble) and switches to cell service
when the Internet is not available (provided the Communication
Path is set to IP & Cell). When
both services are unavailable, t
he communicator provides a thir
d way to communicate by sending
a transmission via SMS (Short Mes
sage Service) also known as a
text message.
ULC
SMS has not been evaluated for ULC
central station communicatio
n.

In normal operation (with Inte
rnet connectivity), the LTE-I com
municates from your customer's
network connection to the Honeyw
ell Network Operations Center,
(NOC) via the AlarmNet-i
network. The NOC receives data an
d routes the information to t
he Central Station of your choice,
based on the account number you a
ssign to the communicator. Not
e that your Central Station
needs to give you the account num
ber. The same a
ccount number
is used for both Internet and
cell transmissions. If your curre
nt Central Station is capable
of receiving signals from the
Honeywell NOC, they are capable of receiving signals from the c
ommunicator.
If, for some reason, Internet conn
ectivity is not available, (f
or example, your customer's ISP is off
line or disconnected) and the Communication Path choice is set
to IP & Cell, the communicator
transmits signals via the cellula
r network to complete these tr
ansmissions. These transmissions
are sent to the Honeywell NOC and
then forwarded
to your Centra
l Station exactly the same way
as if they were received via the Internet.
If the Internet AND Cell network
are both unavailable, the comm
unicator will attempt to send the
transmission via SMS (Short Messa
ge Service), also known as a t
ext message. If all three
methods fail, the message will
not be sent via this device.

ULC

The LTE-Is' Internet channel has
been evaluated for active comm
unication and Level A3
channel security for
burglary. The LTE Cellu
lar channel is emp
loyed for supplemental use; it
may be used in conjunction with
a listed DACT to provide passiv
e communication when using
P2 channel security for burglary
(when Internet c
onnection is n
ot available).

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System Features
Basic features of the communicator include:

Remote Services allow the end us
er to access their security sy
stem from their computer
via a website. Availability of th
is service is controlled by t
he dealer via the web-based
programming tool on the AlarmN
et 360 website. Once enabled, re
mote access can be
programmed via web or 7720P programming tool.

Supports dynamic or static IP
addressing, and installs behind
firewalls without
compromising network security (provided that the Communication
Path includes IP).

Quick connection to compatible Honeywell series control panels


Simple programming using a 7720P programming tool

Reports fire, burg, and statu
s messages via the Internet

Reports messages via cell as
backup to Internet reporting (pro
vided that the
Communication Path includes cell)

Allows uploading and downloadi
ng of control panel data over th
e Internet

Supports remote control of alarm systems via Remote Services f
eature

About AlarmNet-i Internet Application
AlarmNet-i is a fully encrypted
, secure method of delivering al
arm messages from a protected
premise to an AlarmNe
t equipped central station. An Internet C
ommunicator transmits status,
supervisory, and alarm messages
to the AlarmNet Control Center
using a broadband Internet
connection.
The AlarmNet Control Center identifies, validates, and forwards
the messages to the appropriate
AlarmNet central station. Alarm
Net-i has an unlimited account
capacity.
Encryption
The communicator uses 256 bit
AES (Rijndael) encryption (which
is required for certain
government installations). The Al
armNet-i AES Encryption Softw
are Module Version 1.0
contained in the Honey
well products has NI
ST approval. Listing
s for this approval can be found
at http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/ST
M/cavp/documents/aes/aesval.ht
ml and search for “Certificate
number 979.”
UL

The IP and Cell signaling paths
are suitable for encrypted line
security when programmed for
1 minute IP/Cell Fault Times. T
he system configurations are no
t suitable as a Dual Line
Signal transmission system.


Remote Services
Honeywell now offers a
new series of web based services that pr
ovides consumers with the
ability to communicate with their
security system
remotely in a
number of ways. These new web
services will a
llow users to:

Access their security system fr
om a computer via a website (Re
mote Access feature)

Receive email and text message
notifications of system events
(Multi-Mode feature)

Perform system functions and receive confirmations using text
messages (SMS feature)
Dealers will initially enroll thei
r customers for web services
during account programming through
the AlarmNet 360 website. The
features that can be enabled inc
lude Remote Access and Multi-
Mode. Once enabled, the specific p
rogramming fiel
ds associated
with these features can be
programmed into the communications device either remotely using
the AlarmNet 360 website or
locally using the 7720P local keypad programming tool.

UL

Remote Access and Multi-Mode hav
e not been evaluated by UL.

Section 1: General Information

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Modes of Operation
The communicator provides four modes of operation so it can be
used with various types of
control panels, as summarized below.

ULC
Only ECP Mode has been approved
for ULC Commercia
l Fire Install
ations. ECP and Zone
Triggers modes are approved for UL
C Commercial Burglary Install
ations.



ECP Mode

This mode is for Honeywell cont
rol panels that support ECP com
munication

The communicator connects to the control panel’s keypad termin
als and provides 2-way
communication with the contro
l panel using ECP messaging

The control panel treats the comm
unicator as an ECP device, so
ensure to program the
control panel with the communicator’s device address

Reports are sent in Contact ID format

The communicator also supports two hardwire zone trigger input
s (zones 6 and 7)
UL/ULC


Opening and Closing ring
back is fully supported.

For the LTE-I, only t
he V+ inverted, V– non-inverted, and EOL
options have been
evaluated.


Zone Trigger Mode

This mode is for use with cont
rol panels that do not support E
CP communication

The communicator provides six input zones

Each zone can be configured fo
r +V, –V, or EOLR triggering
UL/ULC:
For the LTE-I, only the V+ inv
erted, V– non-inverted, and EOL
options have been
evaluated.

Each zone can be programmed fo
r inverted operation, delayed re
porting, and restoral
reporting

Zone 1 input can distinguish bet
ween pulsed and steady signals
and report fire or burglary
alarms respectively

Zone 1 can also be programmed to report LYNX panic (if used wi
th LYNX control)
UL/ULC:
This feature has no
t been evaluated by UL.

Reports are sent in ADEMCO High-Speed format
UL/ULC
Opening and Closing ring back
is supported by the control panel
’s digital dialer.

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Supervision Features
The communicator provides the following types of supervision an
d fault detection:

Network communication failure
: In the event the AlarmNet netwo
rk does not hear a
supervisory message from the comm
unicator within a specified ti
me, AlarmNet notifies the
central station of a communication failure.

Communication path failure: When the communication path is set
to IP & Cell, both the Central
Station and the control panel can
be notified of a communicatio
n path failure. Both failures are
considered true faults when the
respective fault times have exp
ired ("Cell Fault Time" and "IP
Fault Time" options)
provided it has been set to a non-zero val
ue. Notification is sent to the
central station upon this expir
ation. Notification to the pane
l is controlled by the "Notify Panel
Of” option.
(Note, if the "Cell Fault Time" and "IP Fault Time" options are
set to zero, faults will not be
reported.)

Fault output: Terminal 11 can se
rve as a fail-safe trigger for
communicator fault conditions.
If used, the fault relay will trip
when the following condition
s occur: tamper*,
power loss*, low
battery*, battery charger fault*
, loss of network connectivity*
, the device is not registered and
the device is remotely
disabled by AlarmNet.
*

Alarm reporting for the noted co
ndition must be enabled for it
to trigger the fault relay.

Primary power loss and low ba
ttery conditions (“Pwr Loss Rpt,”
“Low Bat Rpt” options).

Cover tamper condition (“Tamper Rpt” option).

Antennas
The communicator comes equipped
with two internal antennas. Th
is feature provides additional
security to the installation by
making the device tamper resist
ant.
UL

/

ULC

External antenna has not been evaluated by UL.


Section 1: General Information

5

Specifications

Mechanical:
Dimensions: 8.4" x 8.0" x 1.5"
Weight: 2.4 lbs., with battery
Input Power:
16.5VAC, 40VA transformer, or for
ULC installations 12VDC from
the
control panel.
(Honeywell transformer # 1361-GT included with LTE-I.)
(Honeywell transformer # 1361CN-GT not included with the LTE-I.
)
Current Drain:
90mA (rms) standby,
125mA (rms) active
Backup Battery:
6V, 3.1AH, (Honeywell # K14139 included with LTE-I only.)
Expected Battery Life
: 5 Years (approx.)
Note:
The sealed lead acid battery u
sed for backup w
ill have reduced

life expectancy when ex
posed to elevated te
mperatures. The use
ful life
of the battery at 25ºC (77ºF) i
s approximately 4 years. At 35º
C (95ºF)
this will drop to 2 years and at
45ºC (113ºF) 1
year. Battery
life
expectancy should be taken into a
ccount when locating the radio
.
Fault Relay Output:
Open collector, 12VDC, 0.25W max.
Positive Trigger
Level:
6V or greater = positive tri
gger. (4V or less
= restore.)
Negative Trigger
Level:
4V or less = negative trigger
. (6V or greater
= restore.)
Ethernet:
Network Standard: I
EEE 802.3u compliant
Data Rate: 10Base-T / 100Base-T with auto detect
Ethernet Cable: Cat. 5
(min), MDI / MDI-X auto crossover
Environmental:
Operating temperature: –20º to +
55ºC, for UL/ULC installations
0ºC to
+49ºC
Storage temperature: –40º to +70ºC
Humidity: 0 to 95% relative
humidity, non-condensing
for UL installations 0% to 85%; fo
r ULC installations 0% to 93%

Altitude: to 10,000 ft. operat
ing, to 40,000 ft. storage

Frequency Bands


LTE
Band 2
LTE
Band 4
LTE
Band 5
LTE
Band 12
LTE
Band 13
WCDMA
Band II
WCDMA
Band V
LTE-IV X X X
LTE-IA X X X X X X X
LTE-IC X X X X X X X
Output Power
LTE,
Class 3 23dBm
WCDMA Class 3 24dBm


LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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Compatibility
For a list of control panels that a
re compatible with various f
eatures of this device, go to:
https://mywebtech
.honeywell.com/


For UL installations and ULC Commercial Burglary Installations,
any compatible UL o
r ULC (respectively)
Listed Control Panel
may be used. Note, that any control panel
that does not communicate via Honeywell's
ECP data bus is compatible using
zone Trigger Mode. For ULC Com
mercial Fire Installations, only ULC
Listed Subscriber's Unit Panels
which use Honeywell's ECP data
bus are compatible.
For UL and ULC Fire and Burglary installations, compatible rece
ivers are:

MX8000
(UL, ULC – can be an be used for secondary reporting in ECP mod
e,
required
in Zone Trigger Mode and for P3 Channel Security in ULC-S304
Installations or ULC-S559 Passive Channel Installations)

7810PC
(UL – PC based software receiver c
an be used as a primary alarm

receiver. Refer to the
Installation and User Guide
for requirements.)

7810iR-ENT
(UL, ULC – can be the prim
ary alarm receiver.)

8810iR
(UL, ULC – can be the prim
ary alarm receiver.)

Ademco 685
(UL, ULC – Ademco 685 has not been evaluated by UL.)


UL

The Automation System m
ust be UL1981 listed.
The LTE-I has been evaluated for
connection to police station r
eceivers.


ULC

The LTE-I has only been evaluat
ed for communication with listed
Model 7810iR-ENT internet
receiver and Model MX8000 c
entral station receiver.



Compliance
This device complies with the following ULC Installation Codes
and Standards:
1. The Canadian Electrical C
ode, Part I, Safety Standard for El
ectrical Installations, CSA
C22.1.
2. National Building Code (NBC).
3. Standard for Installation and
Services for Fire Signal Recei
ving Centers and Systems,
CAN/ULC-S561-03.
4. Standard for Installation of F
ire Alarm Systems, CAN/ULC-S52
4-06.
5. Standard for Installation and Classification of Burglar Alar
m Systems for Financial and
Commercial Premises, Safes and Vaults, CAN/ULC-S302-M91.




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SECTION 2

Mounting and Wiring
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Determine the Signal Strengt
h and Select a Location
(Communication path is set
to Cell or IP & Cell)
The communicator must be mounted
indoors within the protected p
remises. When choosing a
suitable mounting location, under
stand that signal strength is
very important for
proper operation.
For most installations using the supplied antenna, mounting the
unit as high as practical, and
avoiding large metal components pr
ovides adequate signal streng
th for proper operation.
You will use the communicator to
determine signal strength in o
rder to find a suitable mounting
location.
RF Exposure
Warning
– The internal or external ant
enna(s) used with this product m
ust be installed to
provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 in. (20 cm) from
all persons and must not be co-
located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or t
ransmitter except in accordance
with FCC multi-transmitter product procedures.

Note:
The communicator must be insta
lled in accordance with the Nati
onal Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70.

Unshielded, 22 AWG cable is recommended for the communicator po
wer/data wires.


*
LTE-I Initial Power Up
: Upon initial power up, the comm
unicator LEDs blink in repeate
d
sequence from top to bottom indicating network initialization.
Green (REG)

Yellow (TX/RX)

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

When initialization is complete, the Signal Quality display LED
s will light and the yellow and
red LEDs may blink (per their respective functions).
After initial network setup, sub
sequent resets or power ups can
take up to 90 seconds.

1. Unpack the communicator and op
en the case by pushing in the
two bottom tabs with a
screwdriver while separ
ating the case front.
2. Temporarily connec
t the communicator to t
he AC transformer o
r battery.
3. Choose the installation site with the
best signal quality
by observing the signal quality bar
graph (refer to
Appendix A for
information about signal str
ength and status indications).
Signal quality should be within 2
-5 bars. The best signal stre
ngth is usually found at the
highest point in the building, near a window.
4. Mark the location for the communicator.





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Mounting the Communicator

The communicator can be mounted in
two ways depending on the in
stallation requirements.
ULC NOTES:
For Commercial Fire installations, the communicator must be mou
nted to a single or double gang
box.
1. Locate the Drilling Template (
provided) and align with case
back. Drill at t
he appropriate
locations for either single or double gang box.
2. Locate the gang box into the
mounting surface, align case ba
ck over mounting surface and
install using the screws provided. Pass wires/cables through t
he opening in the gang box
and then through the opening in the case back.
3. When all wiring is complet
ed, attach the case front to the c
ase back. Attach the top first then
press the bottom section inward
until it snaps into place. Sec
ure cover using supplied screw.
4. For Commercial Burglary ins
tallations, you must install the
rear tamper switch.

UL

The cover must be secur
ed with the supplied screw.



Mounting Procedure, LTE-I (no rear tamper switch)
1. Locate the case back over sel
ected mounting position such th
at the opening in the case back
is aligned with the wire/cable
opening on the mounting surface.

2. Pass the wires/cable through the opening in the case back, o
r route through the removable
knockouts located on the back cover.
3. Secure the case back to the m
ounting surface using four scre
ws (supplied).
4.
When all wiring is completed, attach the case front. Position
the top first, then press the
bottom section until it snaps in
place. Secure bottom using th
e supplied cover screw. (This
is required for UL installations.)


MOUNTING
SCREW (4)
(TYP)
TA B
TA B
LTE-I-003-V0
CASE
BACK
OPTIONAL WIRING
KNOCKOUT
CASE
FRONT
COVER SECURING SCREW
OPTIONAL
WIRING
KNOCKOUTS
MOUNTING
SURFACE


Standard Mounting Section 2: Mounting and Wiring

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Mounting Procedure, LTE-I (with rear tamper switch)
For Canadian installations where the rear tamper switch is used
, this procedure requires the
removal of the printed circuit
boards and installation of the t
amper screw.
1. Remove the two mounting sc
rews, and standoff from the daught
er card, as shown in
Step A

below.
NOTE:
Do not apply tension to the internal antenna fastened to the b
ack cover or to the
cable that connects this antenna to the daughter card.
2. Remove the daughter card by p
ivoting upward, as shown in
Step B
below.
3. Remove the lower printed ci
rcuit board by pushing down on th
e lower tabs and pivoting the
board upward, as shown in
Step C
below.

INSTALL
TAMPER
SCREW
STEP A
STEP B
STEP C
STEP D
PRESS DOWN TABS
AND PIVOT UP
SCREW
POSTS
(2)
CONNECTOR
REMOVE
2 SCREWS
AND
STANDOFF
SLIDE CARD BETWEEN
TABS AND PIVOT DOWN
SEAT SMALL CARD
AND FASTEN WITH
2 SCREWS AND
STANDOFF


4. Locate the case back over sel
ected mounting position such th
at the opening in the case back
is aligned with the wire/cable
opening on the mounting surface.

5. Pass the wires/cable through the opening in the case back, o
r route through the removable
knockouts located on the back cover.
6. Secure the case back to the m
ounting surface using four scre
ws (supplied).
7. Install the tamper screw (provided), as shown in
Step C
above
.

8. Replace lower printed circui
t board and then daughter card,
as shown in
Step D
above. Be
sure to engage receptacle pins by
pushing in before securing th
e daughter card with
mounting screws. LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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When all wiring is completed, attach the case front. Position
the top first, then press the bottom
section until it snaps in place. S
ecure bottom using the suppl
ied cover screw.


Wiring the Communicator

UL


Installation must be in accordance with; the National Electric
al Code, UL681 Installation and
Classification for Burg
lary and Hold-Up Ala
rm Systems, and UL82
7 for Central-Station Alarm Services.

The communicator must be connec
ted to a UL Listed dry contact
or voltage trigger outputs of a UL
Listed compatible control panel.

All interconnecting wires between
the UL Listed control panel
and the communicator must be less
than 3 feet in length
contained in
the same room. All intercon
necting wiring must be installed in rigid
or EMT (where exposed on interior walls) or in flexible metal t
ubing if run in the walls or ceiling.

A UL listed control panel must
monitor the radio fault output
of the communicator
. Premises openings
and closings should be sent via t
he UL listed control panel.

ULC

For ULC Commercial Fire and Burglary installations, only use th
e ULC wiring specified in
Zone Trigger
Mode
or the “
Power Connections and Options
” topic.

Wiring for ECP
Most Honeywell ADEMCO control pan
els support ECP data communica
tion, (e.g., VISTA-15P,
VISTA-20P, VISTA-128BPT and VIST
A-128FBPT). However, there are
some panels that do not.
Check the Installation and Setup
Guide for the control panel yo
u are using to see if it supports
ECP communication.
Connect the communicator to a com
patible Honeywell VISTA contro
l panel's ECP terminals, in
parallel with keypads and other per
ipheral devices such as RF r
eceiver, VIP module, etc. Wire
length/gauge limitations are the sa
me for the communicator as t
hey are for keypads and other
peripheral devices. T
o wire the communicator for ECP, see the
figure below and make the
following connections:



COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE
VISTA CONTROL PANEL
iGSMBR-005-
V
0
G
N
D
G
N
D
ECP DATA I
N
2
1
4
5
TB1
TRA
N
SFORMER
AC I
N
PUT 2
AC I
N
PUT 1
J1
BATTERY
+12
V
AUX
ECP (+)
V
OLTAGE I
N
PUT
3
DATA I
N
ECP DATA OUT
6
DATA OUT
BLK
YEL
RED
GR
N

Wiring a VISTA for ECP Mode
Section 2: Mounting and Wiring

11

Wiring for Zone Trigger Mode
To trip a zone using a positi
ve trigger, the voltage level must
be:
6V or greater = positive tri
gger. (Levels above
+14V may cause
damage to the unit.)
4V or less = restore.
To trip a zone using a negativ
e trigger, the voltage level mus
t be:
4V or less = negative trigger.
6V or greater = restore. (Levels
above +14V may cause damage t
o the unit.)
Note:
Remember to program the communicator zone for the desired trig
ger type.
Connect a wire from the trigger
ing source (bell output, voltage
trigger, etc.) of t
he control panel to
the zone input of the communicator, and connect a common ground
between the communicator
and control panel. Examples o
f zone connections follow:
COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE
TRIGGERING DEVICE
GSM
V
-005-
V
0
G
N
D
G
N
D
ZO
N
E I
N
PUT Z1/Z2

2
1
4
5
TB1
TRA
N
SFORMER
AC I
N
PUT 2
AC I
N
PUT 1
+ TRIGGER
(
V
OLTAGE: 6 to 13
V
)
J1
BATTERY

Wiring the Zone 1 Input for a Positive (+) Trigger

TRIGGERING DEVICE
GSM
V
-006-
V
0
G
N
D
G
N
D
ZO
N
E I
N
PUT Z1/Z2
2
1
4
5
TB1
TRA
N
SFORMER
AC I
N
PUT 2
AC I
N
PUT 1
-
TRIGGER
(
V
OLTAGE 4 to 0
V
)
COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE
J1
BATTERY

Wiring the Zone 1 Input for a Ground (-V) Trigger

iGSMBR-010-
V
0
G
N
D
ZO
N
E I
N
PUT Z1/Z2
2
1
4
5
TB1
TRA
N
SFORMER
AC
AC
2K EOL
RESISTOR
N
.C.
N
.O.
COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE
J1
BATTERY

Wiring the Zone 1 Input for EOL Supervised N.O./N.C. Triggers



UL/ULC


Zones should use EOL
resistors, and be pro-
grammed as V+ Inverted or V– Inverted opera-
tion such that a cut line
results in an alarm.

Do not use zones 1 and 2 for UL installations.

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12
COMMUNICATION MODULE
CONTROL PANEL
IGSMHSCN-003-V0
GND
ZONE INPUT Z1/Z2
ECP (+) VOLTAGE INPUT
GND
BLK
RED
+12 V AUX
2
1
4
5
3
TB1
NO CONNECTION
J1
AC INPUT 2
AC INPUT 1
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
NOTE:
DO NOT CONNECT THE COMMUNICATION
MODULE BACKUP BATTERY OR TRANSFORMER
FOR COMMERCIAL BURGLARY INSTALLATIONS.
TRIGGER


Wiring the Zone 1 Input for Zone Trigger Mode

Wiring the Fault Relay
You may wire and program the co
mmunicator's fault output trigge
r for fail-safe mode (see the
question "FLT REL ON Y/N").
To sense a communicator fault at the control panel, see the fig
ure below and make the following
connections. Include the proper EO
L resistor required by the c
ontrol panel.
UL / ULC

For Commercial Burglary, a 24 hour
zone (supervisory) must be a
ssigned on the
control panel, with the communi
cator's fault rel
ay wired to tha
t zone.

iGSMBR-011-
V
0
12
V
AUX
G
N
D
ZO
N
E I
N
(+)
2K EOL
RESISTOR
CONTROL PANEL
G
N
D
ECP (+)
V
OLTAGE I
N
PUT
2
1
4
3
TB1
TRA
N
SFORMER
AC I
N
PUT 2
AC I
N
PUT 1
RAD FLT
11
COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE
J1
BATTERY

Wiring the Fault Relay to a Control Panel Zone for Normally Closed Fault



Internet Connection


UL


For UL installations, the Ether
net connection between the comm
unicator and the router
cannot exceed 12 feet with both
the communicator and the router
located within the same
room.


Use a Listed cable/DSL router
suited for the application.

Connect one end of the Ethernet cabl
e to the communicator’s RJ4
5 connector and the other end
to the cable/DSL router as
shown in the figure below.
NOTE
: Remember to program communica
tion path to either IP or IP & C
ell.
ULC Installation
(Zone mode)
Section 2: Mounting and Wiring

13
RJ45
(FOR INTERNET
CONNECTION)
LTE-I-001-V0
7720P
PROGRAM
CONNECTOR
J1
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
TO ROUTER


Internet Connection
Power Connections and Options
Powering the Communicator
There are three ways to power t
he communicator (see illustratio
ns

below):
Standard Installation – The commu
nicator is powered by the supp
lied AC plug-in transformer.
ULC Commercial Fire
and Burglary Compliant Installation – The c
ommunicator must be
powered by the control panel.
Shared Transformer Installation
– In this installation the supp
lied AC plug-in transformer may
be used to power both the communicator and the control panel un
der the following conditions:

You must use the Honeywell 1361-GT Transformer.

This configuration ONLY applie
s to the VISTA-15P, VISTA-20P co
ntrol panels when used
with the LTE-I Communicator.

DO NOT use this configurati
on with any other control panel.

This configuration has
not been evaluated by UL.
For all installations, the cont
rol panel ground (GND) must be c
onnected to TB1-4 GND on the
communicator. In addition, if using ECP communication, you mus
t connect the +12VDC AUX
voltage output on the control panel
(9.6V-13.8V typical) to TB1
-3 on the communicator.

iGSMBR-013-
V
0
12
V
AUX
G
N
D
COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE
CONTROL PANEL
G
N
D
ECP (+)
V
OLTAGE I
N
PUT
2
1
4
3
TB1
TRA
N
SFORMER
AC I
N
PUT 2
AC I
N
PUT 1
J1
BATTERY

Standard
Installation LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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COMMUNICATION MODULE
CONTROL PANEL
comm_mod-001-
V
1
G
N
D
ECP DATA OUT
ECP DATA I
N
ECP (+)
V
OLTAGE I
N
PUT
G
N
D
DATA I
N
BLK
YEL
GR
N
RED
DATA OUT
+12
V
AUX
2
6
1
4
5
3
TB1
N
O CO
NN
ECTIO
N
J1
AC I
N
PUT 2
AC I
N
PUT 1
N
O CO
NN
ECTIO
N
N
O CO
NN
ECTIO
N
NOTE:
DO
N
OT CO
NN
ECT THE COMMU
N
ICATIO
N
MODULE BACKUP BATTERY OR TRA
N
SFORMER
FOR COMMERCIAL FIRE & BURGLARY I
N
STALLATIO
N
S.


ULC
: For ULC Commercial
Burglary Zone Trigger
installation see above
referenced "Zone Trigger Setup"


CONTROL PANEL
TO 110 VAC
UNSWITCHED
OUTLET
iGSMBR-014-V1
12
30 FT. MAX TO MODULE
18 AWG. WIRE (MIN)
HONEYWELL 1361 OR 1361-GT
TRANSFORMER
2
1
COMMUNICATIONS
MODULE


NOTE
: Shared Transformer Installation has not been evaluated by UL/
ULC.




NOTE:

When calculating the total load
on the auxiliary power output o
f the control pane
l, budget 10mA
for the communicator when using ECP mode.


ULC Commercial
Fire and Burglary
Compliant
Installation
Shared
Transformer
Installation Section 2: Mounting and Wiring

15
Backup Battery Connection
The included battery (K14139) i
s used for backup in the event o
f power loss to the communicator.
It does not provide power to the control panel.
In ULC installations this battery is not connected, and all bac
kup power is supplied by the control
panel.

The battery can provide over 24
hours of system life in the ev
ent of a power failure.

A programmable power loss mes
sage can alert the AlarmNet Contr
ol Center when system
power is lost (power loss message
s are reported within 1-3 hour
s of actual loss).

The communicator transmits a low-battery message (programmable
) when the battery
reaches 5.7V ±5%, indicating subs
equent messages may not be tra
nsmitted.

The system shuts down when the
battery falls below 5.1V, and r
adio transmissions are no
longer possible.

If system power is restored befor
e the communicator shuts down
, a power restore message is
sent within 1-3 hours after power
is restored, and the battery
is recharged using the
communicator’s built-in battery
charger. If system power is re
stored after the communicator
has shut down, a power-on rese
t condition exists, the communica
tor initializes itself and the
battery will recharge.
Install the battery as
follows, and refer to the
Summary of Connections
diagram at the end of this
document.
1. Place the battery inside the case back.
2. Snap the right side of the battery clip onto the inside of t
he case back and secure the left side
with the screw provided.


Do not plug the battery in until
after you have powered-up the
communicator.


WARNING!
Be careful not to damage t
he antenna mount
ed above the
battery. Do not bend up the battery tabs.



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17
SECTION 3

Programming the Communicator



General Information
The communicator delivers alarms
via the Internet to an AlarmNe
t central station or via the
network, using cell technology whe
n the Internet is not availab
le.
The communicator uses 256 bit
AES (Rijndael) encryption which i
s required for certain
government installations.


The communicator requires an Al
armNet–I account. For new insta
llations, please obtain the account
information from the central stat
ion prior to programming this
communicator. For replacement
installations, the AlarmNet-i a
ccount is created automatically
when the communicator is registered.

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


Through the AlarmNet 360 website
(required to enable Multi-Mod
e features)

Through use of a 7720P Programming Tool

Through a programming mode in t
he control panel, on panels tha
t support this option
(e.g., VISTA-128BP and FBP)

Using the AlarmNet 360 Website
To program the communicator via
the website (if you are already
signed up for this service), go
to:
www.alarmnet360.com
Log in and follow the on-screen
prompts. Please have the foll
owing
information available when programming the communicator:

Primary City ID (two-digit num
ber), obtained from your monitor
ing station.

Primary Central Station ID (tw
o-digit number), obtained from y
our monitoring station.

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

Communicator’s MAC ID and MAC
CRC number (located on the box a
nd inside the
communicator).
After programming is complete, t
he communicator must be registe
red. Refer to the
Register the
Module
topic.

Using a 7720P Programming Tool
Connect the 7720P Programming To
ol as shown below. The communi
cator powers the 7720P
Programming Tool via the programm
ing jack, and automatically se
nses the presence of the
7720P when it is plugged in.
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A
B
C
DE
F
S
T
X
123
45
6
9
8
7
#
0
Xmit
Shift
Space
Enter
Shift
N / Y
BS / ESC
/
7720 PROGRAMMING TOOL
LTE-I-002-V0
7720P
PROGRAM
CONNECTOR

7720P Programmer Tool Connection

Each key of the 7720P has two poss
ible functions: a normal func
tion and a Shift function.
To perform a normal key function
, simply press the desired key.

To perform a Shift function, p
ress the [shift] key, and then pr
ess the appropriate key.
The prompts in this document r
eflect use of the 7720P Programmi
ng Tool. The table below lists
each normal and shift key function.
Table 3-1. 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 progr
am mode; also can reset
programming defaults*

/

[

]: Scroll down programming
[

]: Scroll up pr
ogramming
N/Y
[N]: Press for "NO" answer
[Y]: Press SHIFT-Y for "YES" ans
wer
SHIFT
Press before pressing a SHIFT
key function. Will light SHIFT LE
D. LED goes out once a key
is pressed. Press again for ea
ch SHIFT function desired.
1/A
[1]: For entering the numbe
r 1
[A]: For entering letter A
2/B
[2]: For entering the numbe
r 2
[B]: For entering letter B
3/C
[3]: For entering the numbe
r 3
[C]: For entering letter C
4/D
[4]: For entering the numbe
r 4
[D]: For entering letter D
5/E
[5]: For entering the numbe
r 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 numbe
r 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 numbe
r 9
[X]: For entering letter X
SPACE
[SPACE]: For scrolling opti
on list
No SHIFT function
0
[0]: For entering the numbe
r 0
No SHIFT function
#/ENTER
[#/ENTER]: Starts programming mode;
Press to accept entries
No SHIFT function
*
Active only when the "Exit Programming Mode" prompt is display
ed.
Using the Control Panel Programming Mode
Some control panels support progr
amming of the communicator thr
ough the control panel
programming mode (e.g., VISTA-
128BP). If programming through t
he control panel, only
the ECP Mode programming optio
ns are available. The "mode" que
stions will not be
displayed, and the mode cannot
be changed. For a description o
f key functions on the
control panel keypad, and how t
hey map to the 7720P Programming
tool, refer to the control
panel's Programming Guide.
Section 3: Programming the Communicator


19


Programming Conventions
Programming is accomplished by answering a series of prompts (q
uestions). Most prompts
require only a [Y]es or [N]o res
ponse, while others require a n
umerical response (ID numbers,
etc.).
The current value is displayed on
the second line in parenthese
s ( ). A "?" indicates an invalid
entry.
Use the [ENTER] key to accept t
he current entry and proceed to
the next prompt. If the entered
value is invalid, pressing [ENT
ER] re-displays the prompt; the
next prompt is not displayed until a
valid answer is entered.
Use the up/down arrow keys to s
croll through the programming qu
estions without changing any
values. Press the [ESC] key to
go to the end of the list of qu
estions.
ECP Mode Programming
The communicator supports ECP mes
saging to communicate with the
control panel. Likewise
the control panel sends Contac
t ID format alarms to the communi
cator via the ECP bus. Not all
control panels support the communi
cator interface on ECP, so be
sure to check the Installation
and Setup Guide of the control
panel to see if it supports this
feature.
ULC
ECP Mode has been approved
for ULC installations.

Refer to
Table 3-2
for ECP Mode programming an
d follow the prompts.
Press the [ENTER] key to begin programming.
NOTE:
The central station
can remotely block a
ccess to local device
programming. If this has
been done, the follo
wing prompt appear
s:

Access to Prog
Mode Denied

NOTE:
The default programming values fo
r ECP mode are listed in each
prompt below.
Table 3-2: Programming the Communicator for ECP mode only.

PROMPTS
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 previous
ly assigned, this prompt appears
.
Enter a 4-digit password (0
-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y).
The next prompt appears.
3

Program Device?
(Y/N)_

[Y], [N ]
To begin programming the communicator, press [Y] and go to Prom
pt
10: "Device Mode."
To create a password if none has
been assigned, press [N] and g
o to
Prompt 5: "Create Password."
To change an existing password, press [N] and go to Prompt 6:
"Change Password."
4
Create Password?
(Y/N)_

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

5
Change Password?
(Y/N)_

[Y], [N]
If a password has already been a
ssigned, this pro
mpt appears af
ter
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 Passwo
rd?" prompt, then press the [En
ter]
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). LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
7
Verify Password



[0-9, A-F, N, S,
T, X, Y]
Re-enter the password as confirmation.
If the password doesn't match the
first entry, the following is
displayed
followed by the "Exit Prog. Mode?" prompt:
Verify Not OK
PSWD not created

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

8
Exit Prog. Mode?
(Y/N)_



[Y], [N]
[ESC]
Exits program mode.
Press [N] to go ba
ck to Prompt 3.
Press [ESC] to load factory defaults.
Refer to the
Exiting Programming Mode
paragraph in this section.
9

Comm Path Choice
(IP&Cell)_


IP&Cell

IP

Cell
Press the [space] key to scroll
through the communication path
choices. Press [ENTER] to select.

For maximum reliability, select IP&Cell, and ensure the Interne
t is
connected using t
he Ethernet cable.

NOTE
: After going from a “Cell” onl
y com path choice to an “IP”
only choice, Prompt 45: “
DHCP” will default to No.
10

Device Mode
(ECP)_


ECP

Zone Triggers
Press [ENTER] to select
ECP
mode.
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.

IMPORTANT
, if Zone Trig device mode is desired, use
Table 3-4
for
programming.
Important Information Regarding Multi-Mode Options
NOTE: In order for the Multi M
ode, Remote Acce
ss, and Keypad Ad
dress programming fields to appear an account must
be created in the AlarmNet 360 we
bsite and “Remote Access” must
be enabled for t
he comm device.
Users can receive em
ail notification of s
ystem events by using
the Multi-Mode feature. In E
CP mode, this is accomplished
through emulation of a 4204 rela
y module, or two 4204 relay mod
ules.

When “4204-sourced” i
s selected, the user can be notified of u
p to four events, plus two add
itional events if using the
optional communication dev
ice zones of 6 and 7.

When “2-4204-sourced” is select
ed, the user can be notified of
up to eight events. The Mult
i-Mode address
must match
the address of a relay module enab
led in the control panel (alt
hough you don’t act
ually connect a mod
ule). If using “2-
4204-sourced,” the addr
ess of the second modu
le is automaticall
y assigned the next device addr
ess after the first 4204.

When “Enhanced Reports” is selecte
d, a device address of 25 sh
ould be selected.
Make sure the addresses are also
enabled in the control panel.
Program outputs to trigger
on system events the user
would like to be
notified of through Out
put Device (Relay) prog
ramming in the control panel.
These events are conf
igured at the AlarmNet Total Connect websi
te at: https://services.al
armnet.com/TotalConnect


Multi-Mode (email noti
fication) is intended as a convenience fo
r the user, and does not replace
Central Station reporting of c
ritical events (alarms, troubles
, etc.).

UL

/

ULC

Multi-Mode has not been
evaluated by UL or ULC.

11
Multi Mode
(Disabled)_


Disabled

4204 Sourced

2-4204 Sourced

Enhanced
Reports
Enable if you want system even
ts sent by email to the user. Se
lect
"4204 Sourced" to send up to four e
vents (plus two additional r
eports
triggered by optional hardwire z
ones 6 and 7), or "2-4204 Sourc
ed" to
send eight events.
Disable for normal alarm processi
ng and go to Pro
mpt 13: "Prima
ry City
ID".
Select “Enhanced Reports” to enable reporting to TC2 web servic
es.
Note, to use “Enhanced
Reports” ensure the
control panel is Tot
al
Connect 2.0 Ready.
12
Multi Mode Addr
(12)_
[01-30]

This address must be programmed
if using the Multi- Mode (email

notification) feature. The devic
e address must be unique from
the
normal communicator (or LRR)
device address, and the Keypad
Address used for Remo
te Access or Direct W
ire downloading. The

address used must also be enabled
as a 4204 relay module in Vis
ta
and First Alert control panels.
See Important Information above. Section 3: Programming the Communicator


21

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
Important Information Regarding Primary and Secondary Accounts
(Questions 12-18)
Account information is provided b
y the central station administ
rator. If the control pa
nel supports secondary
account reporting, you will need secondary account information.
The City ID, CS ID or Subscriber ID of the
secondary account must differ fr
om that of the primary account.

13
Primary City ID
(??)_

[01-99]


Enter the 2-digit primary city ID, 01-99 (decimal).
14

Primary CS ID
(??)

[01-FE]

Enter the 2-digit pri
mary central station
ID number, 01-FE (HEX
).
15

Primary Sub ID
(????)
[0001-9999]

Enter the 4-digit subscriber a
ccount number, 0001-9999 (decimal
).
16

En. 2nd CS Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]

Applicable only if the control p
anel supports Central Station #
1 and #2
Category Enable report
ing for the communica
tor device (e.g., VI
STA-
128BP, FA1660C).
Used if reporting to a second
central station is desired.
If [N], go to Prompt 20
: "Device Address."
17

2nd City ID
(??)_

[01-99]

Enter the 2-digit secondary
city ID, 01-99 (decimal).
18

2nd CS ID
(??)_
[01-FE]

Enter the 2-digit second central
station's ID number, 01-FE (HE
X).
19

2nd Sub ID
(????)_

[0001-9999]

Enter the 4-digit subscriber a
ccount number for the second cent
ral
station, 0001-9999.
20

Device Address
(03)_

[01-30]


In ECP mode, the LTE-I communicate
s with the control panel usin
g the
ECP bus. Enter the appropriate ECP
device address. For VISTA-
10
and VISTA-20 series control pane
ls, use address 03. For other
control
panels, see their Installa
tion and Setup Guide.
NOTES:

1. When programming the contro
l panel, enable the communicator
(or
LRR) output.
2. The device address
must be unique from the "Keypad Address"
entered in Prompt 23, and the “Mu
lti-Mode Address” entered in
Prompt 12.
UL / ULC

Remote access has not been evaluated by UL or ULC.
21

Remote Access Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Press [Y] to allow the end user to
access their system via a we
bsite.
Availability of this service is
controlled by the dealer via th
e web-based
programming tool on the AlarmNet 360 website.
22

Direct Wire Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Applies only to VISTA-128BP/250BP
and FBP Series control panels
,
and FA1660C and 1700C Se
ries control panels.
Enables Direct Wire Downloading over IP.
If [N], and if Prompt 21
: "Remote Access" is
disabled, skip to
Prompt
24: "Supervision."
23

Keypad Address
(28)_
[01-30]
Must be programmed if using eit
her the Remote Access feature or

Direct Wire downloading.
NOTES:
1. This address must a
lso be programmed as
an alpha keypad in t
he
control panel or an AUI (advanced
user interface) type device,
if a full
enhanced graphic interface to the
system is desired and the con
trol
panel supports it. DO NOT connec
t an actual keypad (or any oth
er
device) assigned to
this address.
2. This address must be unique fr
om the "Device Address" entere
d in
Prompt 20. LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

22

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
24

Supervision
(24 Hours)_
IP & Cell or Cell
Only:

None

30 Day

24 Hours
IP only:

None

30 Day

24 Hours

6 minutes

3 minutes

90 seconds

Additional options
for CN only.

1 Hr

3 Min

90 seconds

75 seconds

The AlarmNet network must hear at least one supervisory message

from the communicator during this
supervision period; otherwise
,
AlarmNet notifies the central st
ation that a communication fail
ure has
occurred. (If the supervision per
iod is changed
after registra
tion, you
must re-register the communicator.)
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL:
For IP + Cell set to 24 Hrs. F
or IP only set to 3 Min. For C
ell only
set to 24 Hrs.
A loss of communications is tr
eated as an Alarm condition.
ULC
: Must be set to "CN UL Line Lvl
3" for ULC-S304 Active Level 3
or
ULC-S559 Active Fire
installations. All other
commercial appli
cations
must be set to "24 Hrs".
25

Cell Rollover Y/N
(Y)_

[Y] , [N]


This prompt appears only if comm
. path is set to IP & Cell.
If enabled, all messages (including AlarmNet network supervisor
y
messages) are sent over the cell
network in the event of an Int
ernet
failure.
If disabled, all messages
(except AlarmNet network supervisory
messages) are sent automatically
over the cell network in the e
vent of
an Interne
t failure.
UL/ULC
: Must be set to "Y" if 24 hours
is selected in Prompt: 24:
Supervision. Must be set to "N" fo
r ULC-S304 Active Level 3 or
ULC-
S559 Active Fire installations wh
ere CN UL Line Lvl 3 is select
ed.
IMPORTANT WARNING:
If set to "Y", AND Prompt 24: Supervision is
set to occur less than every 24
hours, this can result in data
overage
charges on your
monthly bill.
26

Cell 24Hr Tst Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
This prompt appears only if comm
. path is set to IP & Cell.
If enabled a message is sent every
24 hrs over Cell to verify p
roper
operation. If it fails, a Periodic
Comm Test Failure message w
ill be sent
over Ethernet.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Y".
27


Old Alarm Time
10 Minutes_



10 Minutes

15 Minutes

30 Minutes

1 Hour

2 Hours

4 Hours

8 Hours

12 Hours

24 Hours
Sets how long an undeliverable al
arm is retried for delivery to
the
central station. If the message
is not validated, it is retrie
d until the old
alarm time is reached or the message is validated.
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
Must be 10 minutes.
28

IP Flt Time
(60 mins)_

[00-99]
This prompt appears only if comm. path includes IP.
In the event there is a loss of c
ontact with the network over t
he Ethernet
connection, enter the time delay
(in minutes) before the commun
icator
notifies the central station. IP
failure will always be sent t
o the central
station as Primary Communication Path Failure.
UL/ULC:
Must be one (01) minute.
29

Cell Flt Time
(60 mins)_

[00-99]

This prompt appears only if
comm. path includes Cell.
In the event the communicator det
ects a communication path fail
ure,
enter the time delay (in minutes
) before the communicator notif
ies the
central station. A cell failure
will always be sent to the cen
tral station as
Secondary Communication Path Failure.
UL/ULC:
Must be one (01) minute. Section 3: Programming the Communicator


23

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
30

Notify Panel Of_
(Neither Fault)

[Neither fault]
[Both IP and Cell
Faults]
This prompt appears only if comm
. path is set to IP & Cell.
If "Both IP and Cell Fault" is se
lected, the device will only n
otify the
control panel if both communica
tion paths fail, but will always
send
notification of either failur
e to the central station.

(If the "Cell Fault Time" and "I
P Fault Time" options are set t
o zero,
faults will not be reported.)
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Both I
P and Cell Faults".
31

Flt Rel ON Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
If enabled, the fault open collecto
r output is normally energiz
ed to
ground, and de-energizes (open ci
rcuit) in the event of a commu
nicator
fault. For conditions that trip the fault relay refer to
Supervision
Features
in Section 1.
Set to [Y] if fail-safe
mode is desired.

See
Wiring the Fault Relay
in Section 2.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Y."
32

Pwr Loss Rpt Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Sends a primary power loss repor
t to the central station within
1-3
hours after its detection. A res
tore report is sent within 1-3
hours after
power is restored.
UL Standard Installations
(using transformer and battery)
:
Must be set
to "Y".
ULC Commercial Fire & Bu
rglary Installations
(powered from the
control panel)
:
Must be set to "N."
33

Low Bat Rpt Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Sends a low-battery report when a low battery condition exists.
A low
battery restore is automatically sent when the low battery cond
ition
clears.
UL Standard Installations
(using transformer and battery)
:
Must be set
to "Y".
ULC Commercial Fire & Bu
rglary Installations
(powered from the
control pan`el)
:
Must be set to "N."
34

Tamper Rpt Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Sends a tamper report when the communicator detects a tamper
condition. A tamper restore is
automatically sent when the tam
per
condition clears.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Y."
Important Information Regarding Zone Input Options
ECP mode
supports two optional hardwire z
one input triggers by making co
nnections to the communicator’s zone 6 and/or
zone 7 terminals and programming
the appropriate zone trigger o
ptions below.
Each zone input can be programmed
to cause an alarm under one o
f the following conditions:

(V+), where a positive voltage
causes an alarm for normally lo
w connections (volt
age trigger, NO, NC)

(V–), where a ground trigger causes an alarm for normally high
connections (open collector, NO, NC)

(EOLR) End of Line Resistor, w
here the input is supervised by
a 2K EOL resistor. The zone can be triggered by
open collector, volta
ge trigger, NO, NC.
UL/ULC:
Set V+ to inverted,
and V– as non-inverted.
In addition to the above, zones
can be programmed for an Invert
ed Trigger, where
the alarm and norma
l states of the
zones are inverted; this can serve a fail-safe supervisory purp
ose for certain installations.

These zone inputs can
also be programmed for restore reporting,
and for delayed reporting (NOT for UL installations),
which allows time for the user to abort false alarms.
NOTE:
Optional hardwire zones report in ADEMCO High-Speed format.


35

Enable Zn6 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Enables alarm reporting for zone 6.
If [N], skip to Promp
t 40: "Enable Zn7."

36

Zn6 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.

Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted. LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
37

Invert Zn6 Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and
normal states of the zone 6 trigger; othe
rwise
uses normal input signal.
38

Restore Zn6 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 6.

39

Delay Zn6 (secs)
(00)_

[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 6.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to 00.

40

Enable Zn7 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Enables alarm reporting for zone 7.
If [N], skip to Promp
t 45: "Use DHCP."
41

Zn7 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.

Press the [space] key
to scroll choices.
UL/ULC:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted.
42

Invert Zn7 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and
normal states of the zone 7 trigger; othe
rwise,
uses normal input signal.
43

Restore Zn7 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 7.

44

Delay Zn7 (secs)
(00)_
[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 7.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to 00.
Prompts 45-51 appear only if communication path includes IP.
45

Use DHCP Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Dynamically allocates the IP a
ddresses (recommended); then skip
to
Prompt 50: "Enable Pwr Save".
If [N], uses fixed IP addresses.
46

NIC IP Address:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Enter the 4-part address for th
is device. The 4 parts of the a
ddress
must be separated by spaces (dis
played as periods in Review mod
e).
47

Subnet Mask:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Enter the 32-bit address mask us
ed to indicate the portion (bit
s) of the
IP address that is being used fo
r the subnet address. The 4 pa
rts of the
address must be separated by spa
ces (displayed as periods in Re
view
mode).
48

Gateway IP Addr:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Enter the 4-part address assig
ned to the Gateway. The 4 parts o
f the
address must be separated by spa
ces (displayed as periods in Re
view
mode).
49

DNS Serv IP Addr:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Enter the 4-part IP address assi
gned to the DNS (Domain Name
System) server. The 4 parts o
f the address mus
t be separated b
y
spaces (displayed as per
iods in Review mode).
50
Enable Pwr Save
(N)_

[Y], [N]
To meet the 24 hour UL ba
ttery backup requirement, cho
ose "Y" to
enable this feature. If this causes
connectivity problems with
certain
routers or switches, then choose "N" and wire the communicator
so it is
plugged into a UL listed UPS.
UL:
Must be set to Y. Section 3: Programming the Communicator


25

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
51

IP Connection
(Present)


Present

Auto Detect
This prompt appears only if co
mm. path is set to IP & Cell.

Press the [space] key
to toggle between the options. Press [EN
TER] to
select the configuration.
If “Present” is chosen, it is assu
med that an IP is connected t
o the
device. If it is not detected, a P
rimary Comm Pa
th Failure mes
sage will
be delivered after
the programmed fault time expires.
If “Auto Detect” is chosen, the dev
ice will always try to use I
P to
communicate but it will
not generate a Primary Comm Path Failur
e
unless it previously detected t
he presence of IP. As soon as t
he
presence of IP is detected, a Pri
mary Comm Path R
estore message
is
generated and the valu
e of IP Connectivity programming paramete
r is
changed from “Auto Detect” to “Detected”.
From this point on, the softwa
re expects connectivity. The aut
o detect
logic will resume only when the
parameter is changed back to “A
uto
Detect”.
52

Review? Y/N


[Y] = review
[N] = exit
Reviewing Programming Mode Entries

To review the programming opti
ons (to ensure that the correct e
ntries
have been made), press [Y]. The
programming prom
pts are displa
yed
again. Use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through the program
fields
without changing any of the va
lues. If a value requires change
, simply
type in the correct value. When
the last field is displayed, th
e
“REVIEW?” prompt again appears.
To exit the programming mode
, press [N] in response to the
"REVIEW?" prompt, and refer to
Exiting Programming Mode
at the end
of this section.
ECP Status Codes
When the communicator is confi
gured for ECP mode, it sends stat
us messages to the control
panels for battery, power, tamper,
and network connectivity fai
lures. Some of the control panels
(e.g., VISTA-10P, VISTA-15P and VI
STA-20P Series) display these
on the keypad as “LngRng
Radio” followed by a 4-digit code
(listed in the table below).
In addition, the Contact ID codes
(listed in Appendix B) for these
conditions are sent to the cen
tral station by the communicator.
UL/ULC

The information in t
he following table is
based on the VISTA-20
which has not been
evaluated with this communicator.

Table
3-3. Common ECP Keypad Display Status Codes
STATUS CODE
DESCRIPTION
0000
Control panel lost communication with communicator.
0880
Communicator tamper detected (cover removed).
4005
Communicator has lost c
ontact with AlarmNet.
000F
Communicator is not register
ed; account not activated.
0019
Communicator shutdown.
0400
Communicator power on / reset AND
the control panel lost commun
ications with
communicator.
0C80
Communicator power on / res
et AND tamper detected.
0C8F
Communicator power on/ reset AND
tamper detected AND not regist
ered.
08E0
Communicator tamper detected
and communicator battery low.
3000
Primary power loss (will only be displayed in conjunction with
another event).
8000
Battery charger failu
re (will only be displayed in conjunction
with another event).
0060
Low battery (will only be displayed in conjunction with another
event).
LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

26
Zone Trigger Mode

UL

/

ULC

The LYNX controls have not been
evaluated with this communicato
r.


There are six input zones avail
able on the communicator. Each
zone is selectable for +V, -V, or
EOLR trigger. The first zone i
nput can detect both pulsed and
steady signals if connected to a
bell output. Additionally, the firs
t zone input can be program
med to detect a single pulse
(characteristic of a Panic indi
cation on the Lynx, LynxR or Lyn
xR-EN control by enabling the Lynx
Panic option). If the programmi
ng option “Lynx Panic” is enabl
ed, the communicato
r reports an
alarm on zone 3. No restores a
re reported for this zone. If th
is option is selected, the second
physical zone input is ignored.
When using Zone Trigger mode, messages are sent in ADEMCO High-
Speed format.
Zones 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are volt
age trigger inputs located on TB
1 pins 6-10. If the Lynx Panic
feature is being used, do not c
onnect zone 3 (the second physic
al zone input).
Refer to Table 3-4 for Zone Tri
gger Mode programming and follow
the prompts that pertain to
Zone Trigger Mode. A check mark (

) indicates whether the prompt applies to that mode.
Press the [ENTER] key to begin programming
and f
ollow the prompts for
the mode of operation
being programmed.

NOTE:
The central stati
on can remotely blo
ck access to local
device progra
mming. If this has been done, the following
prompt appears:
Access to Prog
Mode Denied


Table 3-4: Programming for Zone Trigger mode.

PROMPTS
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 previous
ly assigned, this prompt appears
.
Enter a 4-digit password (0
-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y).
The next prompt appears.
3

Program Device?
Y/N_

[Y], [N]
To begin programming the communicator, press [Y] and go to
Prompt 10: "Device Mode."

To create a password if none has
been assigned, press [N] and g
o
to Prompt 5: Create Password.

To change an existing password, press [N] and go to Prompt 6:
"Change Password."
4
Create Password?
Y/N_

[Y], [N]
Passwords can be used to prote
ct account and programming
information.
If no password has been assig
ned, this prompt appears after
pressing [N] at the "Program Device?" prompt.
If a password is desired, press
[Y] and go to Pro
mpt 7: "Enter
Password."
5
Change Password?
Y/N_

[Y], [N]
If a password has already been
assigned, this p
rompt appears
after pressing [N] at the "P
rogram 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 Pass
word?" prompt, then press the
[Enter] key when prompted fo
r 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 5 or 6.
Enter
a 4-digit password (0-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y). Section 3: Programming the Communicator


27

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
7
Verify Password



[0-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y]
Re-enter the password as confirmation.
If the password doesn't match the
first entry, the following is

displayed followed by the
"Exit Prog. Mode?" prompt:
Verify Not OK
PSWD not created
Otherwise, the "Exit Prog. Mode?" prompt is displayed directly.

8
Exit Prog. Mode?
Y/N_



[Y], [N]
[ESC]
Exits program mode.
Press [N] to go ba
ck to Prompt 3.
Press [ESC] to load factory defaults.
Refer to the
Exiting Programming Mode
paragraph in this section.
9

Comm Path Choice
(IP&Cell)


IP&Cell

IP

Cell
Press the [space] key to scroll
through the communication path
choices. Press [ENTER] to select.

For maximum reliability, select IP&Cell, and ensure the Interne
t is
connected using t
he Ethernet cable.

NOTE
: After going from a “Cell” only
com path choice to an “IP” onl
y
choice, Prompt 71: “DHCP” will default to No.
10

Device Mode
(ECP)_


ECP

Zone Trig.
Press the [space] key to scroll through the modes of operation.

Press [ENTER] to select mode.

IMPORTANT
, if ECP device mode is desired, use
Table 3-2
for
programming.

Important Information Regarding Multi-Mode
NOTE: In order for the Multi M
ode, Remote Acce
ss, and Keypad Ad
dress programming fields to appear an account must
be created in the AlarmNet 360 we
bsite and “Remote Access” must
be enabled for t
he comm device.
In Zone Trigger mode, the options fo
r Multi-Mode are "Enabled"
or "Disabled." If enabled,
whenever a zone on the
communication device is triggered, a corresponding email messag
e is sent INSTEAD of normal central station reports.
Cover tamper will se
nd email event 8. All
communication device
system events (such as power
loss, low ba
ttery, Telco,
etc.) are still sent to AlarmNet.
Events used to send email messages
are defined on the Honeywell
Total Connect web site, and must correspond to
events triggering the hardwired zones.

Multi-Mode (email noti
fication) is intended as a convenience fo
r the user, and does not r
eplace Central Station
reporting of critical event
s (alarms, troubles, etc.).

UL

Multi-Mode has not been evaluated by UL.

11
Multi Mode
(Disabled)_


Enabled

Disabled
Enable if you want system even
ts sent by email to the user.
Disable for normal alarm processing.
Important Information Regarding Primary Account (Questions 11-1
3)
Account information is provided b
y the central station administ
rator.
12
Primary City ID
(??)_

[01-99]


Enter the 2-digit primary city ID, 01-99 (decimal).
13

Primary CS ID
(???)

[01-FE]
Enter the 2-digit pri
mary central station
ID number, 01-FE (HEX
).
14

Primary Sub ID
(????)
[0001-9999]

Enter the 4-digit subscriber a
ccount number, 0001-9999 (decimal
).
UL / ULC

Remote access has not been evaluated by UL or ULC.

16
RemoteAccess
Y/N (N)_

[Y], [N]
Press [Y] to allow the
end user to access their syste
m via a
website. Availability of this ser
vice is controlled by the dea
ler via
the web-based programming tool o
n the AlarmNet 360 website.
17

Direct Wire Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Applies
only
to VISTA-128BP/250BP and FBP Series control
panels, and FA1660C and 1700C Series control panels.
Enables Direct Wire Downloading over IP.
If [N], and if Prompt 16
: "Remote Access" is
disabled, skip to
Prompt 19: "Supervision." LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

28

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
18

Keypad Address
(28)_
[01-30]
This address must be programm
ed if using either the Remote
Access feature or Direct Wire
downloading. Ent
er the appropria
te
device address.
NOTES:

1. This address must a
lso be programmed as
an alpha keypad in t
he
control panel or an AUI (Advanc
ed User Interface) type device,
if a
full enhanced graphic interface
to the system is desired and th
e
control panel supports it. DO NO
T connect an actual keypad (or
any other device) assigned to this address.
2. This address must be unique fr
om the "Device Address" entere
d
in Prompt 15, and cannot equal t
hat device address plus 1 (one)
if
using 2-4204 mode.
19

Supervision
(24 Hours)_

IP & Cell or Cell Only:

None

30 Day

24 Hours
IP
only
:

None

30 Day

24 Hours

6 minutes

3 minutes

90 seconds
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
Additional options for CN
only.

1 Hr

3 Min

90 seconds

75 seconds

The AlarmNet network must hear at least one supervisory message

from the communicator during this
supervision period; otherwise
,
AlarmNet notifies the central st
ation that a communication fail
ure
has occurred. (If the supervisi
on period is changed after
registration, you must re-register the communicator.)
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL
: For IP + Cell set to 24 Hrs
. For IP only set to 3 Min. For
Cell
only set to 24 Hrs.
A loss of communications is tr
eated as an Alarm condition.
ULC
: Must be set to" CN UL Line Lvl
3" for ULC-S304 Active Level
3 or ULC-S559 Active Fire ins
tallations. All other commercial
applications must
be set to "24 Hrs".






20

Cell Rollover Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
This prompt appears only if comm
. path is set to IP & Cell.
If enabled, all messages (including AlarmNet network supervisor
y
messages) are sent over the cell
network in the event of an Int
ernet
failure.
If disabled, all messages
(except AlarmNet network supervisory
messages) are sent automatically
over the cell network in the e
vent
of an Internet failure.
UL/ULC
: Must be set to "Y" if 24 hours
is selected in Prompt: 19:
Supervision. Must be set to "N" fo
r ULC-S304 Active Level 3 or

ULC-S559 Active Fire installati
ons where CN UL Line Lvl 3 is
selected.
IMPORTANT WARNING:
If set to "Y", AND Prompt 19:
Supervision is set to occur less
than every 24 hours, this can
result
in data overage charges
on your monthly bill.
21

Cell 24Hr Tst Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
This prompt appears only if comm
. path is set to IP & Cell.
If enabled a message is sent every
24 hrs over cell to verify p
roper
operation. If it fails, a Periodic
Comm Test Failure message w
ill be
sent over Ethernet.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Y".
22

Old Alarm Time
10 Minutes_



10 Min

15 Min

30 Min

1 Hr

2 Hrs

4 Hrs

8 Hrs

12 Hrs

24 Hrs
Sets how long an undeliverable al
arm is retried for delivery to
the
central station. If the message
is not validated, it is retrie
d until the
old alarm time is reached
or the message is validated.
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.

UL/ULC:
Must be set to 10 minutes. Section 3: Programming the Communicator


29

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
23

IP Flt Time
(60 mins)_

[00-99]
This prompt appears only if comm. path includes IP.

In the event there is a loss of c
ontact with the network over t
he
Ethernet connection, enter the ti
me delay (in mi
nutes) before t
he
communicator notifies the centra
l station. IP failure will alwa
ys be
sent to the central station as P
rimary Communica
tion Path Failu
re.
UL/ULC:
Must be one (01) minute.
24

Cell Flt Time
(60 mins)_

[00-99]

This prompt appears only if
comm. path includes Cell.
In the event the communicator det
ects a communication path
failure, enter the time delay (in
minutes) before the communica
tor
notifies the central station. A
cell failure will always be se
nt to the
central station as
Secondary Communication Path Failure.
UL/ULC:
Must be one (01) minute.
25

Notify Panel Of_
(Neither Fault)_

[Neither fault]

[Both IP and Cell Faults]
This prompt appears only if comm
. path is set to IP & Cell.
If "Both IP and Cell Fault" is se
lected, the device will only n
otify the
control panel if both communica
tion paths fail, but will always
send
notification of eit
her failure to the c
entral station.
NOTE:
The fault relay output (if progr
ammed) will be triggered only
if "Both IP and Cell Faults" is s
elected. (If the "Cell Fault
Time" and
"IP Fault Time" options are se
t to zero, faults will not be rep
orted.)
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Both I
P and Cell Faults".
26

Flt Rel ON Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
If enabled, the fault open collecto
r output is normally energiz
ed to
ground, and de-energizes (open
circuit) in the event of a
communicator fault. For conditi
ons that trip the fault relay r
efer to
Supervision Features
in Section 1.
Set to [Y] if fail-safe
mode is desired.
See
Wiring the Fault Relay
in Section 2.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Y".
27

Pwr Loss Rpt
Y/N (Y)_

[Y], [N]
Sends a primary power loss repor
t to the central station within
1-3
hours after its detection. A res
tore report is sent within 1-3
hours
after power is restored.
UL Standard Installations
(using transformer and battery)
:
Must
be set to "Y".
ULC Commercial Fire & Bu
rglary Installations
(powered from
the control panel)
:
Must be set to "N."
28

Low Bat Rpt Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Sends a low-battery report when a low battery condition exists.
A
low-battery restore is automatic
ally sent when the low battery
condition clears.
UL Standard Installations
(using transformer and battery)
:
Must
be set to "Y".
ULC Commercial Fire & Bu
rglary Installations
(powered from
the control panel)
:
Must be set to "N."
29

Tamper Rpt Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Sends a tamper report when the communicator detects a tamper
condition. A tamper restore is
automatically sent when the tam
per
condition clears.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to "Y". LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
30

Lynx Panic Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Applies only if used with a Lynx, LynxR or
LynxR-EN controls where the co
mmunicator (or LRR) trigger is
connected to the communicator’s zone terminal.
Reports a Panic alarm on zone 3
when the communicator detects
a single pulse on zone 1.
No restores are generat
ed for a Panic alarm.
UL/ULC:
The LYNX controls have not
been evaluated with this
communicator.
Important Information Regarding Zone Input Options
Zone Trigger Mode
provides six hardwire zone inpu
t triggers by making connection
s to the communicator’s zone
terminals and programming the appr
opriate zone trigger options
below. Zones are numbered 1-7,
with zone 2 serving as a
reporting zone only (see Bell Output Zone below).
Bell Output Zone 1 (and 2):
The zone 1 terminal can detect
both pulsed and steady signals.
If connecting the bell output
to the communicator zo
ne causes a bell fault on the control pan
el, enable the "Trip Input
s 1 or 2" option. The
communicator reports an alarm on
zone 1 (fire) when it detects
a pulsed signal and an alarm
on zone 2 (burglary) when it
detects a steady signal.
UL/UL:
Use of the Bell out
put is not supported.
Telco Zone and Open/Close Zone:
Dedicated zones can be assigned
as the Telco fault zone and/or
an open/close
(arm/disarm) reporting
zone. When triggered, these zones repor
t a Telco line fault or open/close report respectively, in
ADEMCO High-Speed format. Connect t
he appropriate trigger from
the control panel to the sele
cted zone input for each of
these options.
Input Trigger Types:
Triggering of each zone inpu
t can be programmed to cause an al
arm under one of the following
conditions:

(V+), where a positive voltage
causes an alarm for normally lo
w connections (volt
age trigger, NO, NC)

(V–), where a ground trigger causes an alarm for normally high
connections (open collector, NO, NC)

(EOLR) End of Line Resistor, w
here the input is supervised by
a 2K EOL resistor. The zone can be triggered by
open collector, volta
ge trigger, NO, NC.
UL/UL:
Set V+ to inverted, and
V– as non-inverted.
Inverted Trigger:
Zones can be programmed for inve
rted trigger, where the alarm
and normal states of the zones are
inverted; this can serv
e a fail-safe supervisory purpose for ce
rtain installations.

Restore and Delayed Reports:
Zone inputs can be programmed fo
r restore reporting, and for d
elayed reporting (NOT for
UL installations) allowing time
for the user to abort false ala
rms.
UL/ULC:
Zone restoral must be enabled.
Report Only if Armed option:
To help eliminate redundant r
eports, zone alarms can be restri
cted to report only if a
conditional zone is triggered
(armed). If this feat
ure is desi
red, the conditional zone is aut
omatically used as the “arming”

zone. Connect the approp
riate control pane
l trigger to the con
ditional (arming) zone. The tr
igger must be programmed as
necessary in the control panel.
The conditional (arming) zone on
the communicator is a differen
t dedicated zone for
each programming
mode, as follows:
Mode
Conditional (Arming) Zone
Zone Trigger
7
IMPORTANT:
If any zone (zones 1-6 in zone
trigger mode) is set for Report
Only if Armed, the condit
ional (arming) zone
becomes unavailable for reporti
ng (as it is reserved for the “a
rming” trigger connection).

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
31

Trip Inputs 1or2
w/Bell Out (N)_

[Y], [N]
Use if the zone 1 connection to
the control panel's bell
output causes a bell faul
t at the control panel.
NOTES:

1. If used, EOLR trigger type is
not available for zones 1
and 3.
2. Do not use with Lynx controls. Section 3: Programming the Communicator


31


PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
32

Telco Zone
(0)_

Zone Trig: [3-7]
[0] = not used

See Important Information Re
garding Zone Input Options on
previous page.
Enter the zone number to be us
ed for Telco line fault reports.

This zone assignment must be uni
que from the open/close zone
selected in Prompt 33.
Zone Trigger Mode:
If any zone is programmed for "report only if
armed," zone 7 cannot be used
. If Lynx Panic
is enabled,
zone 3 cannot be used.
NOTE:
Connect the Telco line faul
t output (or relay output
programmed for "Telco line fault") to the Telco zone.
33

Open/Close Zone
(0)_

Zone Trig: [3-7]
[0] = not used

Enter the zone number to be us
ed for open/close (arm/disarm)
reports.
This zone assignment must be
unique from the Telco zone
selected in Prompt 32.
Zone Trigger Mode:
If any zone is programmed for "report only if
armed," zone 7 c
annot be used as an
open/close zone. If
Lynx Panic is enabled, zone 3 cannot be used.
NOTE:
Connect an open/close (arm/
disarm) trigger (or relay
output) from the control pa
nel to the open/close zone.

34

Zn1 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.

Press the [space] key to scr
oll through the choices.
UL/UL:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted.
35

Restore Zn1 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 1.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
36

Delay Zn1 (secs)
(00)_

[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting
delay in seconds for
zone 1.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”
37

Rpt Zn1 ONLY if
Armed (N)_

[Y], [N]
Report alarms on zone 1 ONLY if t
he conditional zone (zone 7 in

zone trigger mode) is triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 1.

38

Invert Zn2 Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and normal st
ates of the zone 2 trigger;
otherwise uses normal input signal.
39

Restore Zn2 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 2.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
40

Delay Zn2 (secs)
(00)_
[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 2.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”
41

Rpt Zn2 ONLY if
Armed (N)_
[Y], [N]
Reports alarms on zone 2 ONLY i
f the conditional zone (zone 7 i
n
zone trigger mode) is triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 2.
If Lynx Panic is enabled, then ski
p to Prompt 46
: "Rpt Zn3 ONL
Y if Armed."

42

Zn3 Trigger Type
(V+)_


(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.

Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted.
43

Invert Zn3 Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and normal st
ates of the zone 3 trigger;
otherwise uses normal input signal.
44

Restore Zn3 Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 3.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
45

Delay Zn3 (secs)
(00)
[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 3.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.” LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
46

Rpt Zn3 ONLY if
Armed (N)_

[Y], [N]

Reports alarms on zone 3 ONLY i
f the conditional zone (zone 7 i
n
zone trigger mode) is triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 3.

47

Zn4 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted.
48

Invert Zn4 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and normal st
ates of the zone 4 trigger;
otherwise uses normal input signal.
49

Restore Zn4 Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 4.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
50

Delay Zn4 (secs)
(00)
[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 4.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”
51

Rpt Zn4 ONLY if
Armed (N)_
[Y], [N]

Reports alarms on zone 4 ONLY i
f the conditional zone (zone 7 i
n
zone trigger mode) is triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 4.

52

Zn5 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.
Press the [space] key to scr
oll through the choices.
UL:
V+ must be set as inverted and V– as
non-inverted.
53

Invert Zn5 Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and normal st
ates of the zone 5 trigger;
otherwise uses normal input signal.
54

Restore Zn5 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 5.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
55

Delay Zn5 (secs)
(00)_
[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 5.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”
56

Rpt Zn5 ONLY if
Armed (N)_
[Y], [N]

Reports alarms on zone 5 ONLY i
f the conditional zone (zone 7 i
n
zone trigger mode) is triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 5.

57

Enable Zn6 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Enables alarm reporting for zone 6.
If [N], skip to Promp
t 63: "Enable Zn7."

58

Zn6 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted.
59

Invert Zn6 Y/N
(N)_

[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and normal st
ates of the zone 6 trigger;
otherwise uses normal input signal.
60

Restore Zn6 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 6.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
61

Delay Zn6 (secs)
(00)_

[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 6.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”


62

Rpt Zn6 ONLY if
Armed (N)_
[Y], [N]

Reports alarms on zone 6 ONLY i
f the conditional zone (zone 7 i
n
zone trigger mode) is triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 6.

63

Enable Zn7 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Enables alarm reporting for zone 7.
If [N], skip to Promp
t 71: "Use DHCP." Section 3: Programming the Communicator


33

PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
64

Zn7 Trigger Type
(V+)_

(V+)

(V–)

(EOLR)
Selects the triggering me
thod for this zone input.
Press the [space] key to
scroll through choices.
UL/ULC:
V+ must be set as in
verted and V– as
non-inverted.
65

Invert Zn7 Y/N
(N)_
[Y], [N]
Inverts the alarm and normal st
ates of the zone 7 trigger;
otherwise uses normal input signal.
66

Restore Zn7 Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 7.
Zone Trigger mode:
This question will only
be displayed if zone
7 is not used as the condition
al (arming) trigger zone.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
67

Delay Zn7 (secs)
(00)_

[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 7.
Zone Trigger mode:
This question will only
be displayed if zone
7 is not used as the condition
al (arming) trigger zone.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”
68

Rpt Zn7 ONLY if
Armed (N)_

[Y], [N]

Reports alarms on zone 7 ONLY
if the conditional zone is
triggered (armed).
If [N], always reports
alarms on zone 7.

69

Restore Zn8 Y/N
(Y)_
[Y], [N]
Enables restore reporting for zone 8.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “Y.”
70

Delay Zn8 (secs)
(00)_
[01-15]
[00] = no delay
Defines the reporting dela
y in seconds for zone 8.
UL/ULC:
Must be set to “00.”
Prompts 71-77 appear only if communication path includes IP.
71

Use DHCP Y/N
(Y)_

[Y], [N]
Dynamically allocates the IP a
ddresses (recommended); then skip

to Prompt 76: "Enable Pwr Sav
e". If [N], uses fixed IP address
es.
72

NIC IP Address:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Enter the 4-part address for th
is device. The 4 parts of the
address must be separated by spa
ces (displayed as periods in
Review mode).
73

Subnet Mask:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Enter the 32-bit address mask us
ed to indicate the portion (bit
s) of
the IP address that is being us
ed for the subnet address. The
4
parts of the address must be separ
ated by spaces (displayed as
periods in Review mode).
74

Gateway IP Addr:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Enter the 4-part address assig
ned to the Gateway. The 4 parts
of
the address must be separated by
spaces (displayed as periods
in Review mode).
75

DNS Serv IP
Addr:
255.255.255.255_

12 digit:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Enter the 4-part IP address assi
gned to the DNS (Domain Name
System) server. The 4 parts o
f the address mus
t be separated b
y
spaces (displayed as per
iods in Review mode).
76
Enable Pwr Save
(N)_

[Y], [N]

To meet the 24 hour UL battery b
ackup requirement, choose "Y"
to enable this featur
e. If this causes connectivity problems w
ith
certain routers or switches
, then choose "N" and wire the
communicator so it is powere
d from a UL listed UPS. LTE-I Installation and Setup Guide

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PROMPTS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
77

IP Connection
(Present)


Present

Auto Detect
This prompt appears only if co
mm. path is set to IP & Cell.

Press the [space] key
to toggle between the options. Press [EN
TER] to
select the configuration.
If “Present” is chosen, it is assu
med that an IP is connected t
o the device.
If it is not detected, a
Primary Comm Path F
ailure message will
be
delivered after t
he programmed fault time expires.
If “Auto Detect” is chosen, the dev
ice will always try to use I
P to
communicate but it will
not generate a Primary Comm Path Failur
e unless
it previously detected the pr
esence of IP. As soon as the pres
ence of IP
is detected, a Primary Comm Path
Restore message is generated a
nd the
value of IP Connectivity programmi
ng parameter is
changed from
“Auto
Detect” to “Detected”.
From this point on, the softwa
re expects connectivity. The aut
o detect
logic will resume only when the
parameter is changed back to “A
uto
Detect”.
78

Review? Y/N


[Y] = review
[N] = exit
Reviewing Programming Mode Entries

To review the programming opti
ons (to ensure that the correct e
ntries
have been made), press [Y]. The
programming questions are disp
layed
again. Use the up/down arrow keys
to scroll through the progra
m fields
without changing any of the va
lues. If a value requires change
, simply
type in the correct value. When
the last field is displayed, t
he “REVIEW?”
question again appears.
Exiting the Program Mode

To exit the programming mode, p
ress [N] in resp
onse to the "REV
IEW?"
question, and refer to Exiting Programming Mode below.
Exiting Programming Mode
To exit the programming mode, pre
ss [N] in response to the "REV
IEW?" questio
n. Then press
[Y] to the "Exit Prog Mode?" ques
tion. Upon exiting, the root
file is updated to log the changes
made. A message is displayed te
lling the user that this step i
s being executed. When complete,
the message "DONE" is displayed
to indicate the file was succes
sfully uploaded.

If critical configurat
ion changes wer
e made, such as the mode o
f operation, the communicator
will reset to ensure that the pr
ogramming features are enabled.

If the file is not successfull
y uploaded, one of the following
prompts will be displayed. Follow the
steps shown below until t
he upload is successful.
Display
Description
What to do
Cannot Upload
Try Again? Y/N_
Communicator is not y
et initialized. Wait fo
r RSSI LEDs to be l
it.
Press [Y].
Failed to Update
Root File!
Network problem, or you answered
"N" to "Cannot Upload Try Again?"
prompt.
Initiate the Forc
e Server Update
Command by pressing t
he [0] key; refer to
Section 5: Programmer Keyboard
Commands.

Setting Factory Defaults
To reset the programming opti
ons to factory-default values, pre
ss [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 va
lues are reset to the origin
al factory settings. PLEASE NOTE
THAT THIS WILL ERASE ANY PASSWO
RD THAT MAY HAVE
BEEN ENTERED. A
fter pressing
[Y], the Create Password promp
t appears (see Prompt 4). 35

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SECTION 4

Registration



Registering the Communicator
Once you have programmed the communicator, it must be registere
d to enable the AlarmNet
account. Registering the communica
tor activates the account wi
th AlarmNet and enables the
security system's c
ontrol panel to send r
eports. You can regis
ter by using one of the following
methods:

AlarmNet 360 website

7720P Programming Tool

Test Message

/

Registration switch

Phone

LED
DESCRIPTION
STATUS
(green)
ON – Is NOT registered with AlarmNet.
OFF – Is registered with AlarmNet.

MESSAGE
(yellow)
ON – Message transmission pending.
QUICK PERIODIC
BLINK - Normal
SLOW BLINK – In uniso
n with green LED,
Registration in progress.

FAULT
(red)
OFF – No fault present.

You can monitor the registration
process by viewing the display
LEDs. The TX/RX (yellow) LED
and the REG (green) LE
D will blink slowly in unison while regis
tration is in progress.
When the registration successfu
lly completes, the communicator
enters a normal operating
mode; the REG (green) LED goes ou
t and the TX/RX (yellow) LED i
s lit to indicate that the
power-on / reset mess
age is waiting to be sent. This message w
ill appear at the receiving
station as “E339 803”
. The description may read “Trouble – Exp
. Mod. Reset”. If registration is
not validated within 90 seconds
, the communicator times out, an
d the REG (green) LED will be
lit solid.
Registering through the AlarmNet 360 Website
To register the communi
cator via the website, go to: www.alarm
net360.com
Log in and follow the on-screen prompts.
Please have the following information available:

Primary City ID (
two-digit number).

Primary Central Station ID (tw
o-digit hexadecimal number).

Primary Subscriber ID (four-digit number).

MAC ID and MAC CRC number (loca
ted on the box and inside the c
ommunicator).
After the communicator is regi
stered, you may log out of the Al
armNet 360 website.

STATUS
MESSAGE
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36
Register using the Tamper Switch
Initiate the registration sequence by clicking the Tamper Switc
h three times.
You can monitor the registration
process by viewing the Status
Display. The Mess
age (yellow)
LED and the Status (gr
een) LED will blink sl
owly in unison whil
e registration is in progress.
Once the registration has been co
mpleted succes
sfully, the comm
unicator enters normal
operating mode; the Stat
us (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 C08
xx”, where “xx” is
the ECP device
address. The description may
read “Trouble – Exp. Mod. Reset
”. If registration is not valid
ated within 90 seconds, the
communicator times out, and the
(green) LED will be lit (solid)
.
The Power On / Reset message will
be sent in ADEMCO High-Speed
format if the communicator
is programmed for zone trigger mode.
If repeated registration attempts
time out, check your Internet
connection and RSSI level, and
verify the communicator account i
nformation has been entered co
rrectly.
Register using the Programming Tool
The interactive registration feat
ure allows the installer to re
gister the communicator through a
series of keyboard co
mmands on the 7720P P
rogramming Tool. Thi
s method of registration lets
the installer monitor t
he registration process.
Registering ...

Once the installation is complet
e, press the [Shift] and the up
arrow
[

]

key on the 7720P. The registrati
on message is sent and the uni
t waits
for the acknowledgment.

Registration
SUCCESS
If this is a new installation and
the city, central station, an
d customer
numbers have been correctly enter
ed, the communicator is regist
ered
and this message is displayed. T
he communicator is now in full

service and available for alarm
reporting to the central statio
n.


Possible Errors

Registration BAD
Timed Out
Displayed if no response to the
registration request is receive
d.

Registration BAD
Pri Sub ID BAD
Indicates the city, central stati
on, or customer number for the
labeled
account(s) is not accepted. The ID
information wa
s either ente
red
incorrectly, or the central stat
ion failed to pre-authorize pro
grammed ID
numbers with AlarmNet customer service.
Registration BAD
2nd
Sub ID BAD
Indicates the city, central stati
on, or customer number for the

Secondary account is not accepted
. The ID information was eith
er
entered incorrectly, or the cent
ral station failed to pre-autho
rize
programmed ID numbers with Al
armNet customer service.

Registration BAD
Pri&Sec – IDs BAD
Displayed when both primary and se
condary subscriber IDs are in
valid.
Registration BAD
Pri ID – Need PIN
Displayed if this is a repair/r
eplacement, or an error was made
in
programming the Primary accoun
t information of the communicator
for
an existing account. This promp
t appears for 2 seconds. See t
he
Replacing an existing communicator
section below for further displays. Section 4: Registration

37
Registration BAD
2nd
ID – Need PIN
This prompt is displayed if this
is a repair/replacement, or an
error was
made in programming the Second
ary account information of the
communicator for an existing ac
count. This prompt appears for
2
seconds. See the
Replacing an existing communicator
section below
for further displays.
Registration BAD
Pri&2
nd
– Need PIN
This prompt is displayed if this
is a repair/replacement, or an
error was
made in programming BOTH the Primary and Secondary account
information of the communicato
r for an existing account. This
prompt
appears for 2 se
conds. See the
Replacing an existing communicator

section below for further displays.

Replacing an existing communicator

Enter PIN#

This prompt appears after pre
ssing the [Shift] and down arrow
[

]
on
the 7720P.
Note:
If it is necessary to exit regist
ration mode, press ESC from t
he
7720P programming tool.
Enter a 4-digit alphanumeric PIN
number provided by your centra
l
station, your dealer or an author
ized AlarmNet representative.

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 comm
unicator is registered and the
old unit
unregistered. Additionally, Alarm
Net sends a substitution alar
m to the
central station.
Registration BAD

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

Register by Phone
You can register the communicato
r by calling the AlarmNet Techn
ical Assistance Center (TAC) at
1-800-222-6525. You
will need the following information:

MAC number (found on the box and inside the communicator).

Subscriber information (provi
ded by the central station), incl
uding a city code, CSID, and a
subscriber ID.

When instructed to do so, triple
-click the tamper switch to co
mplete the registration.









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SECTION 5

Programmer Keyboard Commands



Programmer keyboard commands c
an be used to quickly view your c
onnectivity settings and
options. Most commands require y
ou to press the [Shift] key an
d then the designated command
key. (See the keys designat
ed in red on the
7720P Programming
Tool.)

[A]

LTE-IV
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.

[A]

LTE-IA
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.

[A]

LTE-IC
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.

Identification Displays
[B]

MAC xxxxxxxxxxxx
MAC CRC yyyy
MAC Address
“xxxxxxxxxxxx” indicates the communicator's unique
identification number.
"yyyy" indicates the MAC CRC number. This number is found
on the box and inside the communicator.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the IMEI display (if the
communication path includes cell).

NOTE
: The SCID and IMEI are displayed only if the communication pat
h includes cell.



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 [BS] key to go to the previous field.


IMEI xxxxxxxx
xxxxxx x
IMEI Display
Displays the identification number assigned to the commu-
nicator.
Press the [Space] key to get the MAC Address.
Press the backspace [BS] 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
communicator is in sync with network. LTE-I

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NOTE
: The following displays except Encryption Test are displayed o
nly if the communication
path includes IP.
[D]

Physical Link
Good/Bad

Network Diagnostics Display
Indicates whether the device has detected a physical connection

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


NIC IP Address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

IP Information Display
Displays the IP address assigned to this device.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.


Subnet Mask
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Displays the 32-bit address mask used to indicate the portion
(bits) of the IP address that is being used for the subnet addr
ess.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field.


Gateway IP Addr
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Displays the IP address assigned to the Gateway.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field.


DNS Serv IP
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Displays the IP address assigned to the DNS (Domain Name
System) server.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field.



Encryption Test
AES
Passed!
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.



DHCP
OK

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) indicates server is
performing satisfactorily.
Press the [Space] key to go to the Physical Link display.

Cellular Status Displays (appear
only if the communication path
includes cell)
[E]
Operating with LTE Service





RAT SigQuaI REG
LTE/3G ***** x










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

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

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
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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 previous field.



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 Quality
Press the [space] key to get to the next screen.
Press the [backspace] key to go to the previous field.



Cntry Netw TAC
xxx xxx xxxxx

Location Display for LTE
Cntry – Country Code
Netw – Network Code
TAC – Tracking area code
Press the [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.

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[E]
Operating with 3G service (Applies to LTE-IA ONLY)




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 [space] 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.


Cntry Netw 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 Code
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 availabilit
y. 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.


[F]

Testing Gateway
Redir 1

Run Network
Diagnostic
Test
Performs a set of network diagnostics that tests the integrity
of
the links between the communicator and the various
connection points (Redirs) to AlarmNet. Refer to Section 6:
Network Diagnostics
.
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43
System Status Displays

[S]

ECP 67 TmPB Flt
xx 5 ++ OK
ECP Mode
Displays the zone and system fault status.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field.


1234567 TmPB Flt
5555555 5 ++ OK
Zone Trigger Mode
The status of the communicator can be viewed on the 7720P.
The status display includes:


Zone input status

(1234567)
- the numbers 1-7 represent
the 7 mappings of the zone input, and follow Honeywell's
ADEMCO high-speed format codes:
1
= New Event
5
= Normal
X
= Not Enabled


Tm
– Tamper status follows high-speed format codes
above.


P
– Represents line voltage as follows:
+
= Power line voltage OK

= Power line voltage bad and reported
V
= Power line voltage bad, not reported (reporting
window not expired)
^
= Power voltage restored, not yet reported


B
– Represents battery condition as follows:
+ = Battery voltage acceptable
– = Battery voltage below 5.7V ±5%


Flt
– Represents radio faults:
OK
= Normal ; No fault
I
– No network connectivity over IP and fault time has
expired
i
– No network connectivity over IP and fault time has
NOT yet expired.
G
= No network connectivity over cell and fault time
has expired.
g
= No network connectivity over cell and fault time
has NOT yet expired.
NOTE:
The 7720P will not operate if the power line voltage is
removed.


Bat NLd: x.xxV
Bat Ld: x.xxV
Battery
Voltage
Display
The voltage levels of the battery connected to the
communicator can be viewed on the 7720P. The first line of the

display shows the voltage level of the battery with no load. T
he
second line of the display shows loaded battery voltage. An
asterisk (
*
) next to the voltage indicates that this is below the
accepted level.
Press the [Space] key to go to the next field.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field. LTE-I

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Battery Charger
OK
Battery Charger
Indicates the battery charger circuit status (
either OK or NOT
OK).

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



Line Voltage
xx.xxV
Line Voltage Display
The line voltage
[this value is the peak voltage from the power
transformer or RMS x 1.414]
of the communicator can be
viewed on the 7720P. An asterisk (
*
) next to the voltage
indicates that this is below the accepted level.
Press the [Space] key to go back to the System Status Display.
Press the backspace [BS] key to go to the previous field.
[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 diagnostic mode (blank screen = enter
next command or escape).
Pressing [Y] resets the communicator (blank screen = reset
complete).
[

]
(UP
arrow)

Registering ...

Registration

Registers a programmed communicator with AlarmNet.
[

]
(DN
arrow)


Enter PIN#


Registration
with PIN for Replacement Communicator
Registers a replacement communicator with AlarmNet, once pro-
grammed, 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 configu
ra-
tion file to the server.
Pressing [N] cancels the operation.
NOTE:
If the internet is not available, and 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 ha
s
completed its initialization, and try again.

[ENT
ER]

Strt Prog Mode?
Y/N_

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



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SECTION 6

Network Diagnostics



Running Network Diagnostics
(available only if the comm
unication path includes IP)
The network diagnostic process
tests the integrity of the links
between the communicator and the
various connection points of Alarm
Net Control that are known as
"Redirects" (Redirs or RDR).
To initiate the network diagnos
tics, press the [F] key on the 7
720P Programming Tool.
NOTE:
The test is performed ONLY if a
physical link is detected. If
no physical link is
detected, the test is aborted and
the following is displayed:

NO PHYSICAL LINK

If a physical link is detected
, the diagnostics are performed.
The following shows the progression
of the test:
Testing Redir 1

The first step of the test traces
the connection to Redir 1 at
AlarmNet
Control.

Testing Redir 2
Reached Gateway
A successful trace to Redir 1 is
indicated here. See below for
possible
errors that may occur a
t this stage of testing.

Redir 1
Service OK
The service at AlarmNet Contro
l on Redir 1 is functioning. See
below
for possible errors th
at may occur at this stage of testing.

Testing Redir 2

The first step of the test traces
the connection to Redir 2 at
AlarmNet
Control.

Redir 2
Service OK
The service at AlarmNet Contro
l on Redir 2 is functioning. See
below
for possible errors th
at may occur at this stage of testing.

Testing Redir 3

The first step of the test traces
the connection to Redir 3 at
AlarmNet
Control.

Redir 3
Service OK
The service at AlarmNet Contro
l on Redir 3 is functioning. See
below
for possible errors th
at may occur at this stage of testing.

RDR1 RDR2 RDR3
OK OK OK
A summary of the tests is displ
ayed after Redir 3 is tested. T
he
example shows that the tests of all three connection points, or
Redirs,
were successful. If an error oc
curred at any point, the summar
y will
display "FAIL" under the faulty Redir.
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Possible Errors Running
Network Diagnostics
Errors may occur eit
her while tracing the connection to a given
Redir or while testing the service
at a given Redir. The following li
st highlights the most commo
n errors. Please contact the
AlarmNet Technical Assistance C
enter (TAC) for help regarding a
ny errors NOT listed below:
Possible Errors


Testing Redir
x
FAIL before Gtwy
While tracing the connection to R
edir x, the trace fails before
ever
reaching the local gateway (router).

Testing Redir
x
FAIL at Gtwy
While tracing the connection to
Redir x, the trace fails after
reaching the
local gateway (router).

Testing Redir
x
FAIL at Pvt IP
While tracing the connection to
Redir x, the trace fails after
reaching the
private IP.

Testing Redir
x
FAIL on IP Addr
While tracing the connection to
Redir x, the trace fails after
reaching the
public IP.

Redir
x

ERR:Proxy 18
After a successful trace to Redi
r x, the test of the network se
rvice timed
out without a response.

Appendices

A-1
Appendices


Appendix A: Summary of LED Operation
TB 1
6
7
8
5
10
11
9
2
3
4
1
SIGNAL QUALITY
/ MODE AND
STATUS LEDs
1
ON – Message transmission pending.
QUICK PERIODIC BLINK – Normal.
FAST BLINK – Message waiting for network ACK.
SLOW BLINK – Idle power abnormal.
SLOW BLINK – In unison with green LED, registration in progress.
Ethernet Link/Activity
GREEN
ON – Link detected.
OFF – No link detected.
BLINKS – Network activity.
ON – 100 MB/S link to Internet.
OFF – 10 MB/S link to Internet.
Link Speed
GREEN
Note:
If all LEDs FAST BLINK in unison with the signal quality LEDs this
indicates a Hardware Error.
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 panel.
ON – NOT registered with AlarmNet.
OFF – Registered with AlarmNet.
FAST BLINK – Download session with Compass in progress.
SLOW BLINK – In unison with yellow LED, registration in progress.
MODE
SWITCH
TAMPER
SWITCH
GRN
YEL
RED
MODULE'S SIGNAL QUALITY
When the
Mode Switch
is NOT depressed, LED 1 will illuminate red.
The remaining LEDs indicate Signal Quality.
MODULE'S OPERATION MODE
When the
Mode Switch
IS depressed, LED 1 will be OFF.
LEDs 2 and 3 indicate the module's communication mode with the control panel.
Mode LED 2 (yellow) LED 3 (green
)
When the
Mode Switch
IS depressed, LED 1 will be OFF.
LEDs 4, 5, and 6 indicate the module's Status.
FAST BLINK - Module registered,
second site available, excellent
signal strength.
LED 4 (green) LED 5 (green) LED 6 (green)
ON - Connected to
Internet.
ON - Module registered, no second
site available.
ON - Cell service
available.
OFF - No Cell service
available.
OFF - Module not registered with
network carrier.
FAST BLINK - Cell in
use.
SLOW BLINK - Module registered,
second site available, and low signal
strength.
NORMAL BLINK - Module registered,
second site available, acceptable
signal strength.
OFF - Not connected
to Internet.
LTE-I-005-V0


MODULE'S STATUS
ECP OFF OFF
Zone ON OFF
FACTORY
USE ONLY


Cellular Status LED
Connected to cell network (Registered
idle or in a data call) -
Slow Blinking (period: 1s On/1s Off)
Searching / Not registered / Turning Off -
On
Module is not powered up -
Off
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Appendices

B-1
Appendix B: Central Station Messages
Alarm Condition
ECP Mode
Zone Mode
Alarm Code
Restore Code
Alarm Code
Restore Code

Power On / Reset
E339 C08xx*

5551 5555 6

Tamper
(Compromise Indication)

E341 C08xx*
R341 C08xx*
5555 5551 7
5555 5553 7
Power Loss
E337 C08xx*
R337 C08xx*
1555 5555 6
3555 5555 6
Low Battery
E338 C08xx*
R338 C08xx*
5155 5555 6
5355 5555 6
Battery Charger Failure
E314 C08xx*
R314 C08xx*
5155 5555 1
5
355 5555 1
ECP Supervision
(Compromise Indication)

E355 C0000
R355 C0000
5555 5515 5
5555 5535 5
Primary Comm Path Supervision
E350 C0951
R350 C0951
5555 5551 5

5555 5553 5
Secondary Comm Path Supervision
E350 C0952
R350 C0952
5555 5551
1
5555 5553 1
Application Code Update
E903 C08xx
R903 C08xx
(success)

Application Code Update Failure
E904 C08xx



Module Firmware Update
E365 C08xx
R365 C08xx
(success)

Module Firmware Update Failure
E366 C08xx



Telco
(Compromise Indication)



5555 5155 6
5555 5355 6
Open/Close


2 sent in selected
zone
4 sent in selected
zone
Periodic Cell Comm Test Failure
E358 C0803



Test
5555 5555 9

5555 5555 9


Specific to RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL Control Panels (Such as th
e VISTA-10P, 15P, and 20P series.)
UL

The information provided in this
section for the VISTA-10P, 15P
, and 20P series control panels has not
been evaluated with this communicator.

Communicator Trouble (low battery, ECP
bus, network)
(Possible Compromise Indication)

E353 C08xx* ◊
R353 C08xx* ‡


Radio Fault
E353 0 1xx* ‡
R353 0 1xx* ‡



Specific to COMMERCIAL Control Panels (Such as the VISTA-128/25
0 series.)

Communicator Trouble (low battery, ECP
bus, network)
(Possible Compromise Indication)

E333 C08xx* ‡
R333 C08xx* ‡


Radio Loss of Signal
(Possible Compromise Indication)

E357 0 8xx* †
R357 0 8xx* ‡ or
R380 0 8xx* ‡


Radio Fault (low battery, tamper, ECP
Bus)
E333 0 8xx* ‡
R333 0 8xx* ‡



AlarmNet Messages

Communication failure.
(Possible Compromise Indication)

E359 0 C950
R 359 0 C950


Authorized Radio Substitution
00D0 010C 0



Unauthorized Radio Substitution Attempt 00D0 010E 0



Service Termination
00D0 020E 0



* xx = Communicator Device Address
† = Message is sent by dialer only.
‡ = Message is sent by dialer and radio.
◊ = Message is sent by dialer onl
y, or dialer and radio, depend
ing
on failure.
LTE-I

Installation and Setup Guide

B-2

C-1


Appendix C: Glossary
4G LTE
Refers to the fourth generation
of cellular wireless standards.
It is a successor to
3G and 2G families of standards. 4
G provides up to 10 times th
e data transfer
speeds of 3G.
AES
Advanced Encryption Standard
DACT
Digital Automated Communications Terminal
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protoc
ol, which provides a mechanism
for allocating
IP addresses dynamically so tha
t addresses can be reused when h
osts no longer
need them.
DNS
Domain Name System, which is a di
stributed hierarchical naming
system used to
resolve domain names (e.g., www.yahoo.com) into numerical IP ad
dresses (e.g.,
204.17.25.1.).
DSL
Digital Subscriber Line.
ECP
Enhanced Console Protocol, which
is a proprietary bus used in H
oneywell control
panels to communicate with key
pads and peripheral devices. It
uses four wires;
power, ground, data in, data out.
Gateway IP
Address
A gateway (sometimes called a r
outer) is a computer and/or soft
ware used to
connect two or more networks (inc
luding incompatible networks)
and translates
information from one network to
the other. The Gateway IP addr
ess is the IP
address for the gateway.
IMEI
International Mobile Equipment Identity number.
IP
Internet Protocol.
IP Address
A unique number consist
ing of four parts sep
arated by periods (
for example:
204.17.29.11). An IP Address can
be fixed or "static", or "dyn
amic," where the IP
Address is assigned via DHCP at every startup.
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network.
ISP
Internet Service Provider.
LAN
Local Area Network.
LRR
Long Range Radio, an older term now referred to as communicator
. A broader
term communications module or co
mmunications device may also be
used.
MAC ID
Media Access Code, this is a uni
que address assigned to every n
etwork
communications device
. For the communicator it is located on t
he box and inside
the communicator.
Subnet Mask
A Subnet is a portion of a network that shares a network addres
s with other
portions of the network, and is
distinguished by a subnet numbe
r. The Subnet
Mask is a 32-bit address mask u
sed in IP to indicate the bits o
f an IP address that
are being used for the subnet address.
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Pr
otocol / Internet protocol.




NOTES

NOTES

NOTES



FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION & ISED STATEMENTS
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equ
ipment 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 fo
r your information.
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if
not installed and used properly, that is, in strict
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause inte
rference to radio and television reception. It has been
type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B c
omputing device in accordance
with the specifications in
Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference in a residential
installation. However, there is
no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause interference to radio or
television reception, which
can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• If using an indoor
antenna, have a qualit
y outdoor antenna in
stalled.
• Reorient the receiving antenna
until interference is reduced
or eliminated.
• Move the radio or television re
ceiver away from the receiver/
control panel.
• Move the antenna leads away from
any wire runs to the receive
r/control panel.
• Plug the receiver/control panel into a different outlet so th
at it and the radio or television receiver are on different bra
nch
circuits.
• 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 cla
sse B est conforme
à la norme N
MB-003 du Canada.

FCC / ISED STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and ISED’s
license-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired opera
tion.

Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC e
t exempt de licence RSS d’ISED. Son fonctionnement est
soumis aux conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas c
auser d’interférences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit
accepter toute interférence reçue
y compris les interférences c
ausant une réception indésirable.


Responsible Party / Issuer of Supplier’s
Declaration of Conformity: Honeywell
International, 2 Corporate Center Drive.,
Melville, NY 11747, Ph: 516-577-2000
Partie responsable / Éme
tteur de la
déclaration
de conformité du f
ournisseur : Honeywell
International, 2 Corporate Center Drive.,
Melville, NY 11747, Tél. 516 577-2000





RF Exposure
Warning
– The antenna(s) used for this dev
ice must be installed to prov
ide a separation distance of a
t least 7.8 inches (20 cm) from a
ll
persons and must not be co-loc
ated 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 êt
re installée(s) à une distance de
séparation d'au moins 20 cm (
7,8 pouces) de toute personne et n
e pas être située(s) ni fonctionner parallèlement à tout autre
transmetteur ou antenne, excepté en conformité avec les procédu
res de produit multi transmetteur FCC et ISED.


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

TO THE INSTALLER
LTE-IV
: The external antenna gain shall not exceed 6.94 dBi for 700 M
Hz 6.00 dBi for 1700 MHz, and 9.01 dBi for 1900 MHz. Under no
conditions may an antenna gain be u
sed that would exceed the ER
P and EIRP power limits as specif
ied as specified in FCC Parts
22H,
24E and 27.
LTE-IA:
The external antenna gain shall not exceed 6.63 dBi for 700 MH
z and 850MHz, 6.00 dBi for 1700 MHz, and 8.51 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.
LTE-IC:
The external antenna gain shall not exceed 6.63 dBi for 700 MHz
and 850MHz, 6.00 dBi for 1700 MHz, and 8.51 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 ISED RSS-
130, RSS-132, RSS-133 and RSS-139.
ULC

WARNING:
RADIO FREQUENCY FROM TRANSMITTING DEVICES MAY IMPAIR INTENDED
OPERATION OF THE CONTROL
UNIT. MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OF 30 CM BETWEEN TRANSMITTING DEVICES
AND CONTROL UNIT.

AVERTISSEMENT: LES RADIOFRÉQUENCES ÉMISES PAR LES DISPOSITIFS D
E TRANSMISSION PEUVENT NUIRE AU
FONCTIONNEMENT PRÉVU DU POSTE DE
CONTRÔLE. MAINTENIR UNE DISTAN
CE D’AU MOINS 30 CM ENTRE LES
DISPOSITIFS DE TRANSMISSION ET LE POSTE DE CONTRÔLE.

The maintenance instructions shall detail all test and maintena
nce instruction codes and software necessary to provide test an
d
inspection requirements of CAN/ULC-S536, Standard for the Inspe
ction and Testing of Fire Alarm Systems.

SUPPORT, WARRANTY, & PATENT
INFORMATION
For the latest documenta
tion and online support
information, p
lease go to:
https://mywebtech.h
oneywellhome.com/

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

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

MyWebTech

Warranty


Patents



Summary of Connections
ECP OUTPUT
ECP INPUT
GND
12V DC IN
AC 2
AC 1
LTE-I-007-VO
SIGNAL QUALITY /
MODE AND
STATUS LEDs
RED
BLACK
TB 1
6
7
8
5
10
11
9
2
3
4
1
MESSAGE LED
FAULT LED
STATUS LED
7720P
PROGRAMMER
PORT
MODE SWITCH
NETWORK
CONNECTIVITY
LEDs
MOUNTING HOLE
(UNDER BATTERY)
BATTERY CLIP
BATTERY
SCREW
MOUNTING HOLE
INTERNAL
ANTENNA
TAMPER
SWITCH
J1
BATTERY
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
FOR USE WITH
DCID ONLY
1
INTERNAL
ANTENNA
CELLULAR
STATUS LED
FACTORY
USE ONLY
RJ45
ETHERNET
PORT
(SUPERVISED)



NOTE:
All circuits are supervised and
all circuits are power limited
except the battery.


Communicator TB1 Wiring

TB1
ECP Mode
Zone Trigger Mode
1
AC 1
AC 1
2
AC 2
AC 2
3
ECP V+ (RED)
NOT USED
4
GND (BLK)
GND (BLK)
5
ECP IN (YEL)
Z1/Z2
6
ECP OUT (GRN) Z3
7
NOT USED
Z4
8
NOT USED
Z5
9
Z6
Z6
10
Z7
Z7
11
FLT OUT
FLT OUT


























































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