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Document ID 800-25362V1A Rev. A



ADEMCO VISTA SERIES
VISTA
-21iPLTE/
V21SIALTE

Security System
s




User Guide





























800-
25362V1
A 8
/19
Rev
A


IMPORTANT!


PROPER INTRUSION PROTECTION
For proper intrusion coverage, sensors should
be located at
every possible point of
entry
to a home or commercial premises. This would include any skylights that may
be present, and the upper windows in a multi
-level building.

In addition, we recommend that radio backup be used in a security system so
that
alarm signals can still be sent to the Central Monitoring Station in the event that the
telephone lines are out of order (alarm signals are normally sent over the phone
lines).


EARLY WARNING FIRE DETECTION
Early warning fire detection
is important in a home. Smoke and heat detectors have
played a key role in reducing fire deaths in the United States. With regard to the
number and placement of smoke/heat detectors, we subscribe to the
recommendations contained in t
he National Fire Protection Association's National
Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72). These recommendations can be found on page 47 of
this manual.



SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY NOTICE
Your Honeywell Home security system is designed for use with devices
manufactured or approved by Resideo Technologies, Inc., through its subsidiary
Ademco Inc. (“Resideo”). Your security system is not designed for use with any
device that may be attached to your security system's keypad or other
communicating bus if Resideo has not approved
such device for use with your
security system. Use of any such unauthorized device may cause damage or
compromise the performance of your security system and affect the validity of your
Resideo limited warranty. When you purchase devices that have been
ma
nufactured or approved by Resideo, you acquire the assurance that these
devices have been thoroughly tested to ensure optimum performance when used
with your Honeywell Home security system.


About This Manual

This manual is a step-
by-step guide that will acquaint you with the system's features
and benefits. It defines the components and their functions, describes their
operation, and provides clear step-
by-step instructions for normal and emergency
procedures. Keep this manual in a convenient place so that
you can refer to it as
necessary.



i

Table of Contents

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

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

System Basics
....................................................................................................................................
1

Using the Voice Message Center (if Voice Keypad is installed)
..........................................................
3

About The Keypads
...................................................................................................................................
4

General Information
............................................................................................................................
4

FIXED
-WORD DISPLAY KEYPAD
.....................................................................................................
6

Functions of the Keypads
...........................................................................................................................
7

Entry/Exit Delays
......................................................................................................................................
10

Entry Delay
.......................................................................................................................................
10

Exit Delay
..........................................................................................................................................
10

Exit Alarms
........................................................................................................................................
11

Checking For Open Zones
.......................................................................................................................
12

Using the [

] Key to Display and Announce System Status
..............................................................
12

Arming the System
...................................................................................................................................
13

STAY Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay On
.........................................................................
13

NIGHT
-STAY Mo
de: Arms Perimeter Only, Plus Selected Zones
....................................................
13

INSTANT Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay Off
...................................................................
13

AWAY Mode: Arms Entire System, Ent
ry Delay On
.........................................................................
13

MAXIMUM Mode: Arms Entire System, Entry Delay Off
...................................................................
13

Arming Commands
...........................................................................................................................
14

Single Button Arming
........................................................................................................................
15

Single Button “Step” Arming
.............................................................................................................
15

Keyswitch
.................................................................................................................................................
16

Using the Keyswitch
..........................................................................................................................
16

Disarming and Silencing Alarms
..............................................................................................................
17

Using the [OFF] key
..........................................................................................................................
17

Bypassing Protection Zones
....................................................................................................................
18

Using the BYPASS Key
....................................................................................................................
18

Quick Bypass
....................................................................................................................................
19

Chime Mode
.............................................................................................................................................
20

Using the Chime Mode
.....................................................................................................................
20

Using the Voice Chime
.....................................................................................................................
20

Date and Tim
e .........................................................................................................................................
21

Viewing the Current Date and Time
..................................................................................................
21

Setting the Date and Time
................................................................................................................
21

Panic
Keys
...............................................................................................................................................
22

Using Panic Keys
..............................................................................................................................
22

Macro Key Programming & Usage
...........................................................................................................
23

About Macro Keys
............................................................................................................................
23

Example of Macro Programming
......................................................................................................
24



ii

Using a Programmed Macro Key
......................................................................................................
24

Using
Device Commands
.........................................................................................................................
25

About Device Commands
.................................................................................................................
25

Paging Feature
........................................................................................................................................
26

About Automati
c Paging
...................................................................................................................
26

About Manual Paging
........................................................................................................................
27

Latch Key Paging
..............................................................................................................................
27

Security Codes & Auth
ority Levels
...........................................................................................................
28

About Security Codes
.......................................................................................................................
28

Authority Level Definitions
................................................................................................................
28

How t
o Assign Security Codes and Attributes
...................................................................................
29

Accessing Other Partitions
.......................................................................................................................
30

About Accessing Partitions
...............................................................................................................
30

Using the GoTo Command
...............................................................................................................
31

Multi
-Partition Arming
........................................................................................................................
31

Common Zone Operation
.................................................................................................................
32

Scheduling
...............................................................................................................................................
33

About Scheduling
..............................................................................................................................
33

Creating Schedules

Alpha Displays:
.............................................................................................
33

Event Logging Procedures
.......................................................................................................................
35

About Event Logging
.........................................................................................................................
35

Viewing the Event Log
......................................................................................................................
35

Understanding the Type of Event Displayed
.....................................................................................
35

Testing the System
..................................................................................................................................
37

About Testing the System
.................................................................................................................
37

Trouble Conditions
...................................................................................................................................
38

Maintaining Your System
.........................................................................................................................
41

Fire Alarm System
...................................................................................................................................
42

Quick Guide to Basic System Functions
..................................................................................................
46

Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications
.................................................................................................
47

Regulatory State
ments and Warnings
.....................................................................................................
49

System Features Log
...............................................................................................................................
51

User Setup
........................................................................................................................................
52

Paging Setup
....................................................................................................................................
53

List of Output Devices
.......................................................................................................................
54



1


System Overview

Introduction
Congratulations on your ownership of a Honeywell
Home
Security System. You've made
a wise decision in choosing
it, for it represents the latest in security protection technology
today. This system provides:


Three forms of protection: burglary, fire* and emergency



At least one keypad
which provides control of system and displays system stat
us


Various sensors for perimeter and interior burglary protection



Smoke or combustion detectors* designed to provide early warning in case of fire.

Your system may also have been programmed to automatically send alarm or status
messages
to a Central Monitoring Station.

* Commercial installations and some residential systems may not include fire protection –

check with your installer.


NOTE:
Features and procedures described in this manual apply to the
VISTA-
21iP
LTE
/V21SIALTE
security sys
tems. Differences are noted where applicable.

System Basics

Burglary Protection



Several modes of burglary protection: Stay
, Night
-Stay, Away
, Instant, Maximum
.
STAY: arms perimet
er zones only and entry delay is on
INSTANT: same as STAY, except entry delay is off

NIGHT
-STAY: arms perimeter zones and selected interior zones; entry delay on

AWAY: arms perimeter and all interior zones, entry delay is on

MAXIMUM: same as AWAY, except entry delay is off



You can BYPASS
selected zones while leaving the rest of the system armed.


CHIME
mode alerts you to the opening of protected doors and windows while the
system is disarmed.


Fire Protection and
Carbon Monoxide Protection



Fire
and carbon monoxide
protection is always active (if installed) and an alarm
sounds if a fire or carbon monoxide condition is detected.



If necessary, you can manually initiate a fire alarm using the keypad (if programm
ed).



Refer to the Fire Alarm System section for information regarding fire protection,
carbon monoxide protection, smoke detectors and planning emergency exit routes.


Security Codes



You were assigned a 4-
digit security code (master code) during ins
tallation
.


Use your security code when arming and disarming the system, and when performing
other system functions.



Other users can be assigned different security codes, each with different authority
levels
, which define the system functions a particular user can perform.



2

System Overview
(cont’d)


Zones and Partitions



The system sensing devices have been assigned to various “zones,” which are
specific areas of protection (e.g., front door, kitchen window, etc.).



Zone numbers are displayed at the keypad when an alarm or trouble condition occurs
on a sensor.



Partitions provide two independent areas of protection, with each partition containing
a group of zones that can be armed and disarmed w
ithout affecting other zones or
users.



Partitioned systems can include a common zone area, which is an area shared by
users of both partitions (such as a lobby in a building).

Arming, Step
-Arming and Disarming Burglary Protection



The system must be armed before the burglary protection can sense intrusions.



To arm your system, enter your user code followed by the desired arming key.



If programmed, you can press the [#] key in place of your security
code when arming
the system (e.g., instead of entering your 4-
digit
security
code + [3-
STAY] to arm the
system in STAY mode, you can press [#] + [3-
STAY]).



You can also use the step-
arming feature if programmed, to arm the system. This is a
function key that allows you to arm the system in one of thr
ee modes by simply
pressing the key repeatedly.



To disarm the system, enter your security
code then press the [OFF] key.

Alarms



When an alarm
occurs, the keypad
sounds
, and
displays the zone(s) causing the
ala
rm. For most alarms, the external sounder also sounds.



If your system is connected to a Central Monitoring Station, an alarm message is also
sent. (
Delayed Reporting Note:

Message reporting is delayed 30 seconds by default
to reduce false alarms. If desired, this delay can be removed or can be increased to
45 seconds. See your installer if you want the delay time changed.)



To stop the alarm sounding, simply disarm the system.

Memory of Alarm



When an alarm condition occurs, the keypad displays the
number(s) of the zone(s)
that caused the problem, and displays the type of alarm.



The message remains displayed even after disarming the system, but can be cleared
with another “off” sequence.

Phone Access



If included, a phone module
permits you to access the system via a touch-
tone
phone, either on-
premises or by call
-in when away.



When you call in, the phone module announces system status over the telephone,
and you can arm/disarm the system and perform most function comm
ands remotely
using the telephone keys.



Complete information for using these features is provided with the voice module.
-3-

System Overview
(cont’d)


Function Keys



The “A,” “B,” “C,” and “D” keys can be programmed to perform various functions.



Func
tions include: activate a panic alarm, arm the system, provide step arming,
switch lights on/off, send a message to a pager, display Time/Date, and start a
programmed Macro sequence.


Paging Feature



If programmed, the system can automatically send certain system condition
messages to up to four pagers.


The pager displays code numbers identifying the type of condition that has occurred.


Scheduling



Your system can be programmed to automatically perform certain functions (e.g.,
arm the system) at a
predetermined time each day.


Using the Voice Message Center (if Voice Keypad is installed)

Voice keypads feature a voice message
center that lets you record and playback
one message.


The message can be up to 2.5-
minutes
long


The message remains in memory until a
new message is recorded.


The volume control is adjustable.


Refer to the procedures below when
using the Message Center functions.



Message Center Functions
To...

Press these keys...

Notes...

record a
message

#
FUNCTION
+
0
VOICE
+
1
OFF
RECORD

The red MESSAGE LED lights.

Message remains in memory until a
new message is recorded.

end
recording

1
OFF
RECORD

The red MESSAGE LED flashes,
indicating message waiting.

play a
message

#
FUNCTION
+
0
VOICE
+
3
STAY
PLAY

The recorded message plays and the
red MESSAGE LED turns off.

adjust the
volume

#
FUNCTION
+
0
VOICE
+
2
AWAY
VOLUME
, then press

volume key [3]

(up) or [6]

(down)

Adjusting message volume also
adjusts status volume. Volume cannot
be adjusted while playing.




4

About The Keypads


General Information

Your keypads
allow you to control all system functions and feature the following:


A telephone style (digital) keypad


Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) that show the nature and location of all occurrences


Built
-in sounder
that sounds during alarms and troubles. The sounder also "beeps"
during certain system functions and also when depressing any of the keys (to
acknowledge the key press).


Backlighting of the LCD display windows. Backlighting
turns
on when any key is
pressed or when entering the premises through any assigned entry/exit door. This
feature is helpful when a keypad is located in a dimly lit area.


Some keypads have a voice feature that announces the nature and location of all
system
occurrences. Voice keypads also announce any faulted entry/exit or perimeter
zone when Chime mode is on. Ask your installer if this option has been programmed
for your system.


IMPORTANT:
If the keypad beeps rapidly upon entering the premises, it indicate
s that an alarm
has oc
curred during your absence and an intruder may still be on the premises. LEAVE
IMMEDIATELY and CONTACT THE POLICE from a nearby safe location.


Your keypads are functionally the same, but may have different types of displays,
depend
ing on the type installed with your system.

Alpha Display

2-line alpha display keypads
feature a 2-
line, 32
-character
alphanumeric LCD that displays system messages in friendly
English. These keypads can also be programmed with custom
zone descriptors
.

Fixed
-Word Display

Fixed
-Word display keypads
are functionally identical to Alpha
display keypads, but the LCD display
uses pre-
des
ignated words

to identify the nature and location of occurrences.

Voice Keypads

Voice Keypads (if installed), are functionally the same as other
keypads, except that these keypads can provide the following:



Voice announcements of system status (see
Checking for
Open Zones
section)



Voice chime, which can alert you to the opening of doors and
windows while the system is disarmed (see Voice Chime in
Chime mode
section)



Message center, which lets you record and playback
me
ssages (see Using the Voice Message Center in the
System Overview
section).
-5-

About The Keypads
(cont’d)




Standard Fixed
-Word Display Keypad




Standard Alpha Display Keypad




Voice
-Capable Alpha Display Keypad


Wireless Key Fobs

Your system may als
o include one or more wireless key fobs, which can perform various
functions programmed by your installer.

IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE

Your key fob is similar to your keys or access card. If lost or stolen, another person
can compromise your security system.
Immediately notify your Dealer/Installer of a
lost or stolen key fob. The Dealer/Installer will then remove the key fob programming
from the security system.




6

About The Keypads
(Cont’d)


FIXED
-WORD DISPLAY KEYPAD


AWAY
:

All burglary zones,

interior and
perimeter, are armed.


STAY
:
Perimeter burglary zones, such as
protected windows and doors, are
armed.

NIGHT
-STAY:

NIGHT and STAY indicators both
light when perimeter burglary zones

plus
pre-
selected
interior zones
(set
by the
installer)
are armed.


INSTANT
:
Entry delay is turned off:


Lit with STAY = Instant mode

Lit with AWAY = Maximum mode



FIXED
-WORD DISPLAY



BYPASS
:
This appears when one or more burglary protection zones have been
bypassed.

NOT READY
:
Appears when burglary portion of the system is not ready for arming (due to
open protection zones). The system is ready to arm when this message
disappears and the READY indicator light comes on.


NO AC
:
Appears when AC power has been cut off. System is operating on backup
battery power
.

AC
:
Appears when AC
power
is present.


CHIME
:

Appears when the chime
feature is activated.


BAT
:

Low
battery
condition
in a wireless sensor
(if zone number displayed) or low
system battery (if no zone number displayed).


ALARM
:

Appears when an intrusion
has been detected and the system is armed (also
appears during a fire alarm or audible emergency alarm
). Accompanied by
the protection zone in alarm.


CHECK:

Appears when a malfunction
is discovered in the system at any time, or if an
open is
detected in a fire zone
at any time, or a fault in a DAY/NIGHT
burglary zone
during a disarmed period. Accompanied by a display of zone
number in trouble.


FIRE
:
Appears when a fire
alarm
is generated. Accompanied by a display of the
zone in alarm.



A FIRE display also appears when a fire alarm is manually activated,
accompanied by a display of the fire emergency key zone
number.

CANCELE
D:
Appears when an alarm has been silenced by the Code + OFF sequence
and will remain on until another Code + OFF sequence is keyed.
-7-

Functions of the Keypads




Voice
-capable 2-
line Alpha keypad

(shown with flip-
down front door removed)


IMPORTANT!


Match

the numerical callouts in the above graphic with the corresponding number on the
following pages for a description of usage.


When entering codes and commands, sequential key depressions
must be made within 4-
5
seconds of one another. If 4-
5 seconds elapse without a key depression, the entry will be
aborted and must be repeated from its beginning. Be sure to observe this precaution when
performing any of the procedures in this manual.


If you make a mistake while entering a
security
code, stop, press the [

] key, and then start
over.

If you stop in the middle while entering a code, and then immediately start the entry
over, an erroneous code
might be entered.




8

Functions of the Keypads
(cont’d)


NOTE:
The functions printed directly on the keys
indicate their primary purpose; the functions
printed under some of the keys (shown in brackets
under the respective key), indicate their alternate
or secondary purpose.


1. DISPLAY WINDOW

Alpha Display Keypads:

2-line, 32-
character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
keypads that display protection point
identification, system status, and
messages.


Fixed
-Word Display Keypads:


Display protection zone ID
and system
status messages using pre-
designated
words in the LCD display area.

2.
1
OFF
Disarms burglary portion of the

system, silences alarms and audible
trouble indicators, and clears visual
display after problem's correction.

[RECORD]
On Voice keypads, used in
conjunction with the FUNCTION and
VOICE keys to record up to a 2.5-
minute
message.

3.
2
AWAY

Arms the entire burglary
system,
perimeter and interior.

[VOLUME]
On Voice keypads, used in
conjunction with the FUNCTION and
desired volume control keys


[3] or


[6]
to adjust the volume of a recorded
message or voice system status.

4.
3
STAY
Arms perimeter portion of
burglary system only. Interior protection is
not armed, allowing movement within
premises without causing an alarm. If
pressed twice in succession, arms
system in Night
-Stay mode.

[PLAY]
On Voice keypads, used in
conjunction with the FUNCTION and
VOICE ke
ys to play the recorded
message.

[

]
On Voice keypads, used in
conjunction with the FUNCTION and
VOLUME keys to raise the message and
voice system status volume.
5.
4
MAX

Arms the entire burglary
system, perimeter and interior, but
without
entry delay feature. Entering via
an entry/exit door will cause an alarm.

6.
5
TEST
Tests the system and alarm
sounder if disarmed. Refer to
Testing The
System
section for test procedures.

7.
6
BYPASS

Removes individual
protection zones from
being monitored by
the system.

[

]
On Voice keypads, used in
conjunction with the FUNCTION and
VOLUME keys to lower the message and
voice system status volume.

8.
7
INSTANT
Arms in manner similar to the
STAY mode, but without the entry delay
feature.


Entering via an entry/exit door will cause
an alarm.

9.
8
CODE
Used to assign additional
security
codes and attributes for other
users of the system.

10.
9
CHIME

Turns CHIME mode on and off.
When on, the opening of windows or
doors while the system is disarmed will
sound 3 beeps at the keypad(s).
-9-


Functions of the Keypads
(cont’d)



11.
#

This key can be used for "Quick
Arming" of the system without use of a
security code (if programmed).

[FUNCTION]
On Voice keypads, en
ables
the desired voice or volume function.

12.
0


[VOICE]
On Voice keypads, enables the
RECORD, VOLUME and PLAY functions.

13.


READY
Used to display all open
protection zones.
[STATUS]

On Voice keypads, a
momentary press of the STAT
US key
annunciates the current system status.
Pressing the STATUS key a second time
annunciates and displays system and/or
zone faults (if they exist).

14.
KEYS 0
–9:
Used to enter your security
code(s).


15.
MIC


On voice keypads, microphone for
Message Center
recordings.
16.
MESSAGE
LED INDICATOR:
(RED) On
Voice keypads, flashes red when
message waiting or lights red (steady)
when in record mode.

17.
READY
LED INDICATOR
:
(GREEN) Lit
when the system is

ready to be armed
(no faults present). While the system is
disarmed, this indicator will go on and off
as protection zones are closed and
opened.

18.
ARMED
LED INDICATOR:
(RED) Lit
when the system has been armed.

19.
FUNCTION KEYS
:
Keys A, B, C, D ma
y
have been programmed for a variety of
functions, including panic (emergency)
functions. For details, see the
Function
Keys
section.

20.
INTERNAL SPEAKER:

The built
-in
speaker
mimics the alarm sounder during
alarms, and will also "beep" during certain
system functions. The speaker also
provides voice playback for any recorded
messages.





10


Entry/Exit Delays

Entry Delay

Entry Delays give you time to disarm the system when you re-
enter through the
designated entrance door
. There are two entry delays (if programmed). The first is for
your primary entrance
and the second can be used for a secondary entrance
, where a
longer delay is required to walk to the k
eypad to disarm the system.


You must disarm the system before the entry delay period ends, or an alarm will occur.
The keypad beeps during the entry delay period, reminding you to disarm the system.
The beeps stop when a code is entered, but will restart after about 15 seconds if an
invalid code is entered.


You can also arm the system with no entry delay at all by using the INSTANT
or
MAXIMUM arming modes. These modes provide greater security while on the premises
or while away for extended periods of time.

See your installer for your delay times
.

Partition 1
____________________________________________________________________

Exit Delay
:

seconds

Entry Delay 1:

seconds



Entry Delay 2:

seconds

NOTE:
Entry/Exit times set for partition 1 also apply to the Common Zone.


Partition 2
____________________________________________________________________

Exit Delay:

seconds

Entry Delay 1:

seconds








Entry Delay 2:

seconds

Exit Delay

Exit delay
gives you time to leave through the designated exit door(s) without
setting
off an alarm. Exit delay begins immediately after arming your system in any arming
mode and Alpha Display keypads display the message “You May Exit Now.” When
“You may exit now
” disappears, the system is fully armed. If pr
ogrammed, a slow
beeping
will sound during the exit delay period until the last 10 seconds, which then
changes to fast beeping (alerting you to the end of exit delay). If you cannot leave within
this delay time period, you should stop,
disarm the system, and start over to avoid a
false alarm.
Exit Delay Restart
(if programmed)
: If you wish to open the entry/exit door to let someone
in after arming STAY
(the perimeter zones remain armed)
, you can restart the
exit
delay at
any time

simply press the
[

]
key
, then let that person in. The system automatically
rearms
the entry/exit door
when the exit delay expires,
which
avoid
s having to disarm the
system and then rearm it again.

Additionally, when the system is armed AWAY, reopening and closing the entry/exit
door
before
exit delay time expires (e.g., re-
entering to get a forgotten item), will reset
the exit delay time once.
-11-


Entry/Exit Delays
(cont’d)


Exit Alarms


Exit Error Conditions

Whenever you arm the syst
em, the exit delay begins. If an entry/exit door
or interior zone
is faulted before exit delay expires and remains faulted (e.g., exit door left open), the
system sounds an alarm and starts the
entry
delay timer. If you disarm the s
ystem before
the entry delay ends, the alarm sound stops and the message "ALARM CANCELED
" or
"CA
" is displayed on the keypad, along with a zone number indicating the faulted zone. No
message is sent to the Central Monitor
ing Station.


To clear the exit error condition,
the open zone must be made intact; to clear the
display, enter your code plus OFF.


If you do not disarm the system before the entry delay ends and the faulted zone remains
open, the alarm sound continues and an "exit alarm" message is sent to the Central
Monitoring Station (after the installer
-programmed dial delay expires). The message "EXIT
ALARM
" or "EA
" is displayed on the keypad, along with a zone number indicating the
faulted zone. To stop the alarm, the system must be disarmed (your code plus OFF); to
clear the display, enter your code plus OFF a second time.


An “exit alarm” also results if an entry/exit door or interior zone is faulted within two
minutes after the end of the exit delay.


Your system may have been programmed for this feature to minimize false alarms
sent to the Central Monitoring
Station. Ask your installer if "Exit Alarm" is active in your system. If so, check this box.




V21SIALTE:
The Exit Error condition works the same as described above, except that in addition to
the “EXIT ALARM” message, a “zone alarm” message is also sent to the Central Monitoring Station.
In addition, if an entry/exit door or interior zone is faulted within two minutes after the end of the exit
delay, a “Recent Closing” condition occurs instead of the “exit alarm.” Refer to the next paragraph for
details.


“Recent Closing” Condition (V21SIALTE)

A Recent Closing condition is similar to the Ex
it Error condition described above, but occurs if an
entry/exit door or interior zone is faulted within two minutes
after
the initial exit delay expires. If you
disarm the system within the two minutes, the alarm sound stops and the message "ALARM
CANCELED
" or "CA
" is displayed on the keypad, along with a zone number indicating the faulted
zone. No message is sent to the Central Monitoring Station.


If you do not disarm the system within two minutes and the faulted zone remains open, the alarm
sound continues and a “recent closing” and a “zone alarm” message are sent to the Central
Monitoring Station (after the installer
-programmed dial delay expires). The alarm message along
with a faulted zone number
is displayed on the keypad. To stop the alarm, the system must be
disarmed (your code plus OFF); to clear the display, enter your code plus OFF a second time.




12


Checking For Open Zones


Using the [

] Key to Display and Announce System Status

B
efore arming your system, all protected doors, windows and other protection zones
must be closed or bypassed; otherwise the keypad will display a "Not Ready" message.


Use the READY

key
to display all faulted zo
nes, making it easier for you to identify and
secure any open zone.


1.

Press [
Q
] (do not enter code first) to display faulted
zones.

2. Secure or bypass the zones displayed.


The keypad’s READY indicator lights when all
protection zones
have been either closed or bypassed.

3.

Arm the system as desired.

Alpha Display:

DISARMED

HIT

FOR FAULTS


Fixed
-Word Display:

Zone no. and “NOT READY”


Voice Status:

Voice keypads (if installed), can announce system status and faulted zones
(up to 3 z
one descriptors) if the Voice Status feature is turned on.


To turn the Voice Status feature on/off:
#
+
0
+
2
+
4

(also turns on Voice Chime mode; see
Chime mode

section)


To announce Status:

Press [#] FU
NCTION + [0] VOICE + [

] STATUS key.


(Announces current system status; e.g., “Disarmed Ready to
Arm.”)

To announce faults

Press [#] FUNCTION + [0] VOICE + [

] STATUS + [

] again

and status:

(Announces up to three faulted zones with their zone descriptor
s,
if programmed.)

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Arming the System


STAY Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay On


Used when you want to arm the system with persons staying inside (or if you have pets

that are moving throughout the premises).


The
door & window sensor
s are armed, but interior motion detectors
are disarmed.


Exit delay begins (you can leave through the entry/exit door, if desired).


An alarm sounds if any protected window or non-
entry/exit door is opened.


You may otherwise move freely within the premises.


Persons entering later can enter through an entry/exit door
, but they must disarm the
system within the
entry
delay period to avoid sounding an alarm.

NIGHT
-STAY Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Plus Selected Zones


Use NIGHT
-ST
AY mode to provide increased security while staying inside.


Arms same as STAY mode, but also arms preselected interior sensors (programmed
by your installer), while other interior sensors are left disarmed.


Persons entering later can enter through an entry/exit door but they must disarm the
system
and
must not violate any of the programmed interior zones to avoid sounding
an alarm.



IMPORTANT:
When NIGHT
-STAY mode is on, the selected interior zones are armed
and cause an alarm if anyone enters those ar
eas (e.g., waking in the middle of the
night). To avoid sounding an alarm, you must disarm the system before any activity
takes place in those interior zones.

INSTANT Mode: Arms Perimeter Only, Entry Delay Off


Used when staying inside and do not expect anyone to use an entry/exit door.


Arms same as STAY mode.


An alarm sounds immediately if any protected perimeter window or any door is opened,
including entry/exit doors.



IMPORTANT:
Arming the system in this mode greatly increases the chance of false
alarms
. Use extreme care in selecting this mode of arming.

AWAY Mode: Arms Entire System, Entry Delay On


Used when nobody will be staying inside (including pets).


The entire system (
door & window sensors and interior motion detectors
) is armed.


Exit delay begins letting you leave through the entry/exit door.


An alarm sounds if a protected window or any door is opened, or if any movement is
detected inside your premises.


You can re-
enter through an entry/exit door
, but you must disarm the system within the
entry
delay period to avoid sounding an alarm.

MAXIMUM Mode: Arms Entire System, Entry Delay Off


Used when leaving the premises for extended periods (e.g., vacation).


Arms same as Away mode, but ent
ry delay is off.


An alarm sounds same as Away mode, and sounds upon opening entry/exit doors.



14


Arming the System
(cont’d)


Arming Commands

Before arming, close all perimeter doors and windows and make sure the Ready to Arm
message is displayed.

Mode

Pres
s these keys...

Keypad Confirms By...

STAY

security code +
3

STAY




three beeps



armed STAY message displayed


red ARMED indicator lights

NIGHT
-
STAY

security code +
3

STAY
+
3

STAY




three
beeps



NIGHT
-STAY message displayed


red ARMED indicator lights

INSTANT

security code +
7

INSTANT




three beeps



armed STAY message displayed

red ARMED indicator lights

Note that e
ntry delay is turned off.

AWAY

security code +
2

AWAY




two beeps

, or, if programmed, beeping for
duration of exit delay


armed AWAY message displayed

red ARMED indicator lights

Leave the premises through an entry/exit
door
during the exit delay period
to avoid
causing an alarm. The keypad beeps rapidly
during the last 10 seconds of the exit delay
to warn you that it is ending.

MAXIMUM

security code +
4

MAX



same as AWAY (described above)

Note that entry delay is turned off.


Arming Ding:
In addition to the keypad beeps, the external sounder emits a short “ding” sound after arming, if programmed to do
so. The ding confirms that the system is ar
med, and may occur immediately after the command or be delayed (until arm/disarm
report is sent or exit delay expires). Ask your installer about how this feature is set for your system.


Quick Arming

If "Quick Arming" was programmed by the installer, the
[#]
key can be pressed in place of
the security code when arming the system in any of the arming modes (except Night
-Stay).
However,
the security code must always be used when manually disarming the
system.


Function Key Arming

For any arming command, a function key may have also been programmed for your
system. If so, you can press and hold the appropriate function key for 2 seconds to arm the
system. See your installer for the designated functions (see
Single Button Arming

section).


Refer to the
Accessing
Other Partitions
section for information on multi
-partition arming.
-15-


Arming the System
(cont’d)

Single Button Arming
The “A”, “B”, “C”, and/or “D” keys on your keypad may have been programmed for single-
button arming. Note that while it is not necessary to use a security code for arming (by
using the Quick Arm method described previously), a security code must always be used
when manually disarming the system.


If Single
-Button Arming is programmed:


A function key has been as
signed to a specific type of arming: STAY mode, NIGHT
-
STAY mode, AWAY mode, or STEP
-ARMING (see Step-
Arming paragraph).


You DO NOT need to enter your security
code before pressing the function key but
you
always
need your security code to DISARM the system.


Before arming, close all perimeter doors and windows.

1.

Press and hold the assigned function key for 2
seconds (no code is required). Function keys are
shown below.


Alpha Display:

DISARMED

READY TO ARM


Fix
ed
-Word Display:
Green LED lit



2.


The keypad begins beeping and displays the armed
message. The red ARMED indicator also lights.

Alpha Display:

ARMED***AWAY***

YOU MAY EXIT
NOW


Fixed
-
Word Display:
AWAY


Single Button “Ste
p” Arming

Single
-Button “Step” arming
may be programmed into one of the lettered keys (A, B, C, or
D). Check with your installer to see if this has been done in your system.


If Step
-Arming is programmed:


The assigned key provides a
choice of three levels of security.


The selected key can be pressed once, twice, or three times, increasing the level of
security
with each press, as follows


Key



First Press



Second Press



Third Press



A, B, C, D

Armed
-STAY
Armed NIGHT
-STAY

(if programmed)

Armed
-AWAY




16


Keyswitch


Using the Keyswitch

Your system may be equipped with a keyswitch
for use when arming and disarming. Red
and green
lights on the keyswitch plate indicate the status of your system as follows:

Green Light:

Lights when the system is
disarmed and ready
to be armed (no open
zones). If the system is disarmed and the green light is off, it indicates
the system is not ready (one or more zones are open).

Red Light:

Lights or flashes when system is armed in AWAY or STAY mode. See
your installer for the meanings of the lit red light:


Lit Steady
= system armed AWAY or




system armed STAY and exit delay has expired


Flashing

= system armed STAY and exit delay timer active


Rapid flashing = an alarm has occurred (memory of alarm).

Before arming, close all perimeter doors and windows.


To arm in the AWAY mode:

Turn the key to the right for 1/2 second and releas
e.
Keypads beep twice and the red indicator lights or
flashes.

To arm in the STAY mode:

Turn the key to the right and hold for longer than 1
second, then release. Keypads beep three times and
the red indicator lights or flashes.

To disar
m the system:


Turn the key to the right and release. The red light
turns off


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Disarming and Silencing Alarms


Using the [OFF] key

The
OFF
key is used to disarm
the system, silence alarm
and trouble sounds, and clear
alarm memories
.

IMPORTANT
:
If you return and the main burglary sounder is on,
DO NOT ENTER,
but CONTACT THE POLICE from a nearby safe location.

If you return after an alarm has occurred and the main sounder has shut itself off,
the
keypad will beep rapidly upon your entering,

indicating that an alarm has occurred
during your absence.

LEAVE AT ONCE, and CONTACT THE POLICE from a nearby safe location.


1.



+
1
OFF


(Security Code)


Th
e “READY” indicator light
will be lit if all zones are
secure, and the keypad will emit a single tone to
confirm that the system is disarmed.


NOTE:
If entry delay has started (you’ve opened the
entry door), you do
not
need
to press the OFF key –

simply enter your security code. The system will disarm
in about 15 seconds after the last digit of the code is
entered.

Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display: READY



2.
To Silence a Burglary Alarm

and Clear a Memory of Alarm


Enter your
security code

and press the
OFF
key to silence the alarm (or warning
tones of a Memory of Alarm).


Note the zone in alarm on the keypad display, and correct the problem (close door,
window, etc.).
After correcting the problem, enter the security code plus OFF
sequence
again

to clear the keypad’s Memory of Alarm
display.


3.
To Silence a Fire Alarm
or Carbon Monoxide Alarm and Clear a Memory of
Alarm


Simply press the
OF
F
key to silence the alarm. Then enter the
security code

plus
OFF
sequence
twice
to clear the keypad's Memory of Alarm
display. See the
Fire
Alarm System
section.




18


Bypassing Protection Zones


Using the BYPASS Key

Use t
his key when you want to arm your sy
stem with one or more zones intentionally
unprotected. The system must be disarmed first.


Vent Zones:

Your system may have certain windows set as “vent” zones, which are
automatically bypassed if left open when armi
ng the system (you do not need to manually
bypass them). However, if a vent zone window is closed
after
arming, it becomes
protected and will cause an alarm if opened again while the system is armed.


When bypassing zones:



The system must be disarmed bef
ore you can bypass zones.



Bypassed zones are unprotected and will not cause an alarm if violated.



The system will not allow fire zones to be bypassed.



Zones are automatically unbypassed when the system is disarmed.


1.



+
6
BYPASS
+ zone number (see below)


(Security Code)


Enter the 2-
digit zone number for the zone to be
bypassed. Single digit zone numbers must be preceded
by a zero (e.g. 05, 06).



Repeat the command string for each zone to be
bypassed.


Al pha Display:

DISARMED

HIT

FOR FAULTS


Fixed
-Word Display:
NOT READY



2.

After each command string, the keypad momentarily
displays a "Bypass" message
for the zone number.


Arm the system as usual. When armed, the arming
mess
age is displayed with “ZONE BYPASSED.”


To display bypassed zones
prior
to arming, enter your
security code and press the [6] BYPASS key.

Alpha Display:

DISARMED
BYPASS

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
BYPASS


Alpha Display:

ARMED:
STAY

ZONE BYPASSED


Typical armed display after
bypassing zones.


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Bypassing Protection Zones
(cont’d)


Quick Bypass

If programmed, "Quick Bypass
" allows you to easily bypass all open (faulted) zones
without having to enter zone numbers individually. This feature is useful if, for example,
you routinely leave certain windows open when arming at night.


1.



+
6
BYPASS
+ [#]


(Security Code)


In a few moments, all open zones will be displ
ayed and
automatically bypassed.

Make sure that only those
zones that you wish to leave
unprotected
are
bypassed, and that there are no other zones
unintentionally left open.

Alpha Display:

DISARMED

HIT

FOR FAULTS


Fixed
-Word Di
splay:
NOT
READY



2. Wait for all bypassed zones to be displayed, then arm
the system as desired.


Ask your installer if "Quick Bypass" is active for your
system, and if so, check here:


Alpha Display:

DISARMED
BYPASS

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-
Word Display: BYPASS





20


Chime Mode


Using the Chime Mode

CHIME mode alerts you to the opening of a perimeter door or window while the system is
disarmed.

When Chime mode is activated:



Three tones sound at the keypad whenever a perimeter door or window
is opened.



Interior zones do not produce a tone when they are faulted.



Pressing the
READY
key will display the open protection points.



Chime mode can be used only while the system is disarmed.


To turn Chime Mode

on:






+
9
CHIME


(Security Code)


The C
HIME
message will appear. Perimeter zones
will cause a tone when faulted.

Alpha Display:

DISARMED CHIME

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
CHIME



To turn Chime Mode off:






+
9
CHIME


(Security Code)

The C
HIME
message
will disappear.

Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-
Word Display:
READY



Using the Voice Chime


Voice keypads have a feature that works
in concert with the Chime Mode called Voice
Chime. Voice chime provides a voice status annunciation, chime, and display when any
faulted entry/exit or perimeter zone exists. Ask your installer if this option has been
enabled for your system.

To turn V
oice Chime Mode on or off:

#
+
0
+
2
+
4

(normal Chime mode must be on first)


When Voice Chime is on, faulted zones cause a voice status announcement, chime and display.
When off, the sounder still provides chime if normal Chime mode is on.



-21-


Date and Time


Viewing the Current Date and Time

The
master users can
view
the system
time and date setting on an alpha keypad.

Other users can view the time/date if a function key has been programmed to do so.





+ [#] + [6] [3]

(Master
Code)

OR,

Press the function key (A, B, C, or D) for viewing current
date and time, if programmed.

Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM





A typical time/date display is shown.

The display
will remain on for about 30 seconds or until a
key is pressed.

TIME/DATE
SAT

12:05AM_05/09/00



“A”

“B”

“C”

“D”



















If one of the above keys has been programmed for the date/t
ime display
feature, place
a check mark in the box beneath that key.

Setting the Date and Time

NOTE: All partitions must be disarmed before date/time can be set.

You can set the time and date by doing the following:

1.



+[#] + [6] [3]


(Master
Code)

Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM




2.

Press [

] when the time/date is displayed.


A cursor appears under the first digit of the hour.


To move cursor ahead, press [

]. To go back, press [#].



Enter the 2-
digit hour setting.



Enter the 2-
digit minute setting.



Press [1] for PM or [
2] for AM.



Enter the last two digits of the current year.



Enter the 2-
digit month setting.



Enter the 2-
digit day setting.

3. To exit, press [

] wh
en cursor is at the last digit, or wait
30 seconds.

TIME/DATE
SAT

04:04PM 10/17/00

Current time display


TIME/DATE
SAT

04:04P2000/10/17

Time/date editing display




22


Panic Keys


Using Panic Keys

Your system may have been programmed to use spec
ial keys to manually activate
emergency (panic) functions as follows:

This Function

Sends This Signal*

With This Sounding...

Silent Alarm

silent alarm

no audible alarm; displays, “Press [

] to
show faults,” indicating that a silent
alarm has been initiated.

Audible Alarm

audible alarm

a loud, steady alarm at keypad(s) and at
any external sounders that may be
connected.

Personal Alarm

auxiliary alarm

steady alarm sound at keypad(s), but
not at external bell
s or sirens.

Fire Alarm

fire alarm

temporal (pulsing) sound at external
bells and sirens.

*All panic functions send signals to the Central Monitoring Station, if connected.



To activate a Panic Function:
Press and hold down for at leas
t 2 seconds whichever
lettered key on the keypad has been programmed for
the desired emergency function.

OR

Press both keys of the assigned key pair at the same
time.

Normal Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
READY


Typical Panic Alpha Display:

ALARM 96 ZONE 96



Fixed
-
Word Display:
96 and ALARM






Lettered Panic Keys

Panic Key Pairs


See your installer and use the chart provided in the
Features Programmed in Your
System
section to note the functions that have been programmed for your system.
-23-


Macro Key Programming & Usage


About Macro Keys

The “A”, “B”, “C” or “D” keys can be used to automatically activate a series of commands of
up to 16 keystrokes, if programmed for this function. These keystrokes, as a group, are
called “macros” and are stored in the system's memory.


Typical macro
functions can include:



- Arming sequences: STAY, NIGHT
-STAY, INSTANT, or AWAY



- Bypassing particular zone(s)



- Activating relay(s) for turnin
g on (or off) lights, fans, etc.



Up to four macros can be assigned –
but no more than one macro to a key.



Macros can be activated only by users with authority levels authorized to perform
the macro’s function.

NOTE:
The installer must activate the d
esired function key (using *57 Function

key Menu Mode) before macros can be assigned.


See the chart at the back of this manual for the key(s) assigned for macros.


1.



+ [#] + [6] + [6]


(Master
Code)


Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM




2.

Enter the macro number (1
-
4) to be programmed at the
“Select Macro?” prompt. Remember, only one macro can
be assigned to each key.

SELECT MACRO

1-4
0




3.

If a macro has been previously defined, the keystrokes
are sho
wn on the bottom line of the display; otherwise the
display is blank.


To exit this mode (and keep the existing macro
definition), press any key except the [

] key. The system
returns to normal mode.


To define a macro for the selected key, press [

] and
c
ontinue with the next prompt.

MACRO DISPLAY





Enter the first of the series of desired commands, (do not
include your
master
code), then press/hold the “D” key for
at least two seconds to complete the first command. This
key terminates
each command, and appears as an “F” in
the keypad display.

MACRO PGM






24


Macro Key Programming & Usage
(cont’d)



The keypad beeps to acknowledge your input and displays the command you entered
(followed by “F”).

4. Enter the next command, followed by
press/holding the “D” key for at least two
seconds. The keypad beeps and displays the keystrokes entered so far.

5. Repeat until the all the desired commands (up to 16 characters including the “F”s)
have been entered
.


Be sure to check your keystrokes bef
ore continuing. If you made a mistake, you must
start over.

6. To exit, press/hold the “D” key for at least two seconds. The display returns to system
status and indicates system is ready.


Example of Macro Programming
Suppose you want to (1) bypass the t
wo upstairs window
zones, then (2) turn on an exterior light, and then (3) arm the
security system in the AWAY mode. The procedures in the
table that follows show you how you would program this
macro:

Typical Macro Alpha Display:

MACRO PGM

602F603F#701F2F


Function

Keystrokes Required

Keypad Display

1.

Bypass zones 02 & 03

Press BYPASS [6] key, then 2
-
digit zone
number 02, then terminator “D”’ then [6],
then 2-
digit zone number 03, then
terminator “D”.

602
F
03

2.

Insert terminator

Press the “D” key for

at least 2 seconds.

602
F6
03F

3.

Turn light on


(device 01)

Press [#] and 7 key for “device ON”, and
[01] key for selecting device 1.

602
F6
03F#701

4.

Insert terminator

Press the “D” key for at least 2 seconds.

602
F6
03F
#
701F

5.

Arm system AWAY

Press AWAY [2] key.

602
F6
03F
#
701F2

6.

Insert terminator

Press the “D” key for at least 2 seconds.

602
F6
03F
#
701F2F

7.

Exit Macro Mode

Press the “D” key again



Using a Programmed Macro Key



∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM


1.

Press the Macro key progra
mmed for the desired
series of commands for at least 2 seconds. The “Enter
User Code” prompt appears. The prompt remains
displayed for up to 30 seconds.



ENTER USER CODE









2.

Enter your 4
-
digit
security
code.


The programmed macro sequence begins

automatically after the user code is entered.


-25-


Using Device Commands

About Device Commands

Your system may be set up so that it can control certain lights or other devices.



Some devices may be automatically turned on or off by the system.



You may
be able to override automatically controlled devices using the commands
described below.



Some devices can be manually turned on or off using the commands described
below.



See your installer for a list of devices that may be set up for your system. A
list of
these devices is provided at the back of this manual for you to fill out.


To Activate Devices:





+ [#] + [7] + 2
-digit device number

(Security Code)

Devices associated with that device number activate.


To Deact
ivate Devices:





+ [#] + [8] + 2
-digit device number

(Security Code)

Devices associated with that device number deactivate.

Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
READY




26



Paging Feature


About
Automatic Paging
Your system may be set up to automatically send messages to
up to four
pagers as
certain conditions occur in your system.


The following events can be programmed by your installer to be sent to the pagers:
arming and disarming

, alarms, and trouble conditions. (

reports when
arming/disarming from a keypad using a security code; auto-
arming/disarming, arming
with assigned button, and keyswitch arming do not send pager messages.)


You can also program the system to send an automatic pager
message to alert you in
the event that someone has not arrived home (disarmed the system) within a defined
period of time (see the
Scheduling
section for details on programming a “latch key
report”).


Your installer programs the pager phone numbers and r
eporting events.


The pager message consists of a 7-
digit system status code
that indicates the type of
condition that has occurred.


An optional, predefined 16-
digit character string can precede the 7-
digit system stat
us
code; these characters can consist of a PIN no.
, subscriber account no.
, or any
additional data that you may wish to have sent to the pager.


The pager display format
is as follows:


Optional 16 digits

3-digit Event Code





AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

BBB


CCCC



1-digit Partition No. + 3-
digit
Zone No.
or
User No.


A =

B =

C =

Optional 16
-
digits for
Account numbers
, PIN
number
s, or any other
data; programmed by
the installer, if
required.

A 3
-
digit code that
describes the event
that has occurred in
your system (see
for event codes
table below)

A 1
-
digit Partition number plus a 3
-
digit Zone or User
number, depending on the type
of event that has occurred,
where:


alarms and troubles display zone number


arming/disarming (opens/closes) display user number


The 3-digit Event Codes (BBB) that can be displayed are:

911 =

811 =

101 =

102 =

Alarms.

The 4-
digit number
(CCCC) followi
ng this
code is the partition no.
and
zone no.
that
caused the alarm.

Troubles.

The 4-
digit number
(CCCC) following this
code is the partition no.
and
zone no.
or device
address that caused the
trouble.

Open

(system disarmed).

The 4-
digit number
(CCCC) tha
t follows
this code is the partition
no. and
user no.
that
disarmed the system.

Close

(system armed).

The 4-
digit number
(CCCC) that follows this
code is the partition no.
and
user no.
that armed
the system.


Examples of typical 7-
digit pager displays
follow.

Ex. 1.

911
– 1004
= R
eporting of an alarm (911) caused by a fault on zone 4 on Partition 1
(1004).

Ex. 2.
102
– 2 005
= Reporting of a closing–
system arming (102)
– by user 5 in Partition 2 (2005).

-27-


Paging Feat
ure
(cont’d)


About Manual Paging

Your system may be set up so you can manually send a message to up to four pagers.



Your installer programs the paging function key and the pager phone numbers.



Pressing the paging keys sends the message

999–
9999


to the selected pager
.




This message could mean “call home”, “call your office”, or any other prearranged
meaning.



See the Paging chart at the back of this manual for details of the paging setup for your
system.


1.

Press and hold the program
med Paging Key for at least
2 seconds (wait for beep), then press the pager
number* (1-
4) representing the pager intended to
receive the message.

2. The recipient, on seeing the 999–
9999 message, will
understand the prearranged meaning of this signal.

*
If no number is pressed, the message is sent to pager 1
.

Alpha Display:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
READY


999-
9999

Pager Display


Latch Key Paging
You can program a schedule that causes a pager report to be sent if the system is not

DISARMED by the scheduled time (see
Scheduling
section, event “03”). For example, a
working parent might want a message to be sent to a pager if their child did not arrive
home from school and disarm the system by a certain time.

If programmed, the message that is sent is:
777–
7777

.



28


Security Codes & Authority Levels


About Security Codes

Your installer assigned a master code that is used to perform all system functions.

In addition, you can assign
up to 47
different security codes for use by other users.


Only the System Master and Partition Master can assign security
codes to users.


Users are identified by 2-
digit user numbers and are pre-
assigned to either partition 1
or partition 2.


Only the System Master can change user partitions.


In addition to a security code, each user is assigned various system attributes.


Security
codes can be used interchangeably within a partition when performing system
functions (a system armed with one user's code can be disarmed by another user's
code),
with the exception of the Guest code
Arm Only code
described below.


Security
code programming involves these steps:

1. Choose a user number from the set of users assigned to the partition in which the
user will be operating, and assign a 4-
digit security code.

2. Assign an authority level to that user.

3. Assign other attributes as necessary (see attributes on the next page).


NOTE:
The factory settings are designed to meet most normal user situations.

Therefore, the only step you usually need to do when adding users is assign a user
number (from the partition’s pre-
assigned user numbers) and a security code.


Authority Level Definitions

Authority levels define the system functi
ons a particular user can/cannot perform.
Level

Title

Explanation

N/A

System Master

(default = 1234)

Reserved for user 02; Can perform all system functions and assign
codes in both partitions; can change its own code as follows:

Master
code
+ [8] + 02
+ new
master
code
+ new
master
code
again


0

Standard User

Can only perform security functions in assigned partition.

Cannot perform system functions reserved for the master user.

1

Arm Only

Can only arm the system. Cannot disarm or do other functions.

2

Guest

Can arm the system in assigned partitions, but cannot disarm the
system
unless
the system was armed with this code. This code is
typically assigned to someone (e.g., babysitter or cleaner) who has
a need to arm/disarm the system only at certain times
. The user of
this code should
not

use the “Quick Arming
” feature.

3

Duress Code

Intended for use when you are forced to disarm or arm the system
under threat. When used, the system will act normally, but can
silently notify the Centr
al Monitoring Station of your situation, if that
service has been provided.

4

Partition Master

Can do everything a standard user can do, and

can assign security codes to users in their partition.

-29-


Security Codes & Authority Levels
(cont’d)


How to Assi
gn
Security
Codes and Attributes

The following lists the various command strings for adding
security
codes and attributes.

Refer to the User Setup chart at the back of this manual for factory defaults of user
attributes and to keep a record of user progra
mming.

NOTE:
Partition Master codes apply only to those user numbers previously assigned (by the system
master/installer) to the partition master’s partition.


Add
a User
:

System/Partition
Master
code
+ [8]
+ user
no.
+ new
user’s
security
code

(
Users 03/33 are preset

User 01 = installer

User 03 = partition 1 master

to partition programmers,

User 02 = master

User 33 = partition 2 master


but can be changed.)

The Keypad beeps once to confirm that new user was added.


Delete
a User
:

System/Partition
Mas
ter
code
+ [8]
+ [user
no.]
+ [#] [0]


The user code and all attributes* programmed for this user number, including
any associated RF keys, are erased from the system.


(*except assigned partition)


Authority Level:


System/Partition
Master
code
+ [8]
+ [user
no.]
+ [#] [1]+
auth.
level

Factory Defaults:

Authority Levels (see definitions on previous page):

users 04-
32/34-
49 = 0

0 = standard user

3 = duress

users 03/33 = 4

1 = arm only

4 = partition master


2 = guest



Access Group:

System/Partition
Maste
r Code
+ [8]
+ [user
no.]
+ [#] [2]+
group
(1-8)

Factory Defaults: none

You can assign users to a group, then set an access schedule that defines the
times this group of users can operate the system. The system ignores these users
outside the scheduled tim
es.


User’s Partition:

System
Master
Code
+ [8] + [user
no.]
+ [#]
[3] + [0] + partition(s)
+ [#]



This command assigns the partitions the user can access. If more

Factory Defaults:

than one, enter partition numbers sequentially, then press [#] to end.

P
art. 1 = users 03-
32
E.g., master code + [8] + [user no.] + [#] [3] + [0] + [1] [2] + [#] gives

Part. 2 = users 33
-49
the user access to partitions 1 and 2 and the common partition.


Partition Entries:

1 = partition 1 and common

3 = common partition only



2 = partition 2 and common


RF
Zone
Number:

Master/Part.
Prog.
Code
+ [8]
+ [user
no.]
+
[#]
[4]+
zone
no.

Factory Defaults:: none

Use this command to assign a wireless button (key
fob) to
a user for arming/
disarming functions
(key
fob must be enrolled
in system first; see installer).


Zone number: enter the zone number assigned to a button on the key
fob that
will be used for arming/disarming by this user.


Deactivating a key fob:
You can deactivate the arming/disarming functions for a
key fob (ex. if
lost or stolen) by deleting the associated key fob user. See “Delete
a User” above. Other key fob functions such as panic or device activation (if
programmed) remain active. To fully remove the programming for a key fob, see
your installer.


Pager On/Off:

Master/Part.
Prog.
Code
+ [8]
+ [user
no.]
+
[#]
[5] + 0 or 1

Factory Defaults:

You can program a user so that a message is sent to a pager

users 01-
49 = 1 (on)

whenever this code is used to arm or disarm the system.


Paging On/Off: 1 = allow paging; 0

= no paging for this user



30


Accessing Other Partitions


About Accessing Partitions
(GOTO Command and Multi
-Partition Arming)
Each keypad is assigned a default partition for display purposes, and will show only that
partition's information.


If the user is authorized, a keypad in one partition can be used to perform system
functions in the other partition by using the
GOTO
command. Refer to the GOTO
section.



If the user is authorized, that user can arm other partitions. Refer to the Multi
-
Partition Arming section.

The following table shows the relationship of the keypads in each partition when system
is armed and disarmed.



PARTITION 1

PARTITION 2

COMMON ZONE

(LOBBY, etc.)

Arming

State

Keypad

Status

Armin
g

State

Keypad

Status

Arming

State

Keypad

Status

Condition 1


Disarmed
Partition 1
Only

Disarmed
Partition 2
Only

Disarmed
Common Zone
Only

Condition 2


Disarmed
Partition 1 and
Common Zone

Armed

Partition 2
Only

Disarmed
Common Zone
Only

Condit
ion 3


Armed

Partition 1

Only

Disarmed
Partition 2 and
Common Zone

Disarmed
Common Zone
Only

Condition 4


Armed

Partition 1
Only

Armed

Partition 2
Only

Armed

Common Zone
Only


When both partitions are disarmed, the keypad in each partition displays
zone status
for its partition only. The common zone keypad shows the status in that zone only. See
Condition 1 above.

When partition 1 is disarmed and partition 2 is armed, the keypad in partition 1 shows
the status of partition 1
and
the common zone. Par
tition 2 will display the status of
partition 2
only.
See

Condition 2 above.

When partition 1 is armed and partition 2 is disarmed, the keypad in partition 1 shows
the status of partition 1

only
. Partition 2 will display the status of partition 2
and
the
common zone
.
See

Condition 3 above.

As long as any one of the two partitions is disarmed, the common zone will always
be disarmed. The common zone will be armed only when both partition 1 and 2 are
armed. See Condition 4 above.

-31-


Accessing Other Partitions
(cont’d)


Using the GoTo Command
If the user is authorized, a keypad in one partition can be used to perform system
functions in the other partition by using the
GOTO
command.



You must use an Alpha keypad to access another partition
.


Keypads automatically return to their original partition after 30 seconds
with no
keypad activity.


1.



+ [

] + partition number (0,1,2,3)


(Security Code
; only applies if user has access to other partitions
)

0 = ret
urn to keypad’s original partition.


1 = partition 1; 2 = partition 2; 3 = common zone


The keypad beeps to confirm the partition change.

Alpha Display:

1 DISARMED

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
Green LED lit



2.

The keypad remains in the new partiti
on

until directed
to go to another partition, or until it automatically
returns to the original partition.


The active partition number is displayed in the upper
left portion of screen, if the option is selected.

Alpha Display:

2 DISARME
D
READY TO ARM


Fixed
-
Word Display:
Green LED lit


Multi
-Partition Arming

Some users can be given Multi
-Partition arming ability by being assigned to both
partitions when programming user attributes.

When attempting to arm multi
-partitions:



You must use an Alpha keypad.



The system arms only if all partitions are “ready to arm.”



If any partition is “not ready,” the system does not arm at all.



You can use the GOTO command to bypass open zones before arming.



If any partition is already armed w
hen global arming is attempted, that partition
remains in its existing armed state.






+ [0] + arm command (see list below)


(Security Code)



Multi
-Partition Arming Commands


2 = arms all partitions AWAY


3 = arms all part
itions STAY

33 = arms all partitions NIGHT
-STAY


4 = arms all partitions MAXIMUM


7 = arms all partitions INSTANT


1 = disarms all partitions

Alpha Display:

1 DISARMED

READY TO ARM


Fixed
-Word Display:
Green LED lit




32


Accessing Other Partitions
(cont’d)


Common Zone Operation


Ask your installer if a
"common zone" was
assigned. If so, check
this box



Your system may have been set up to use a common zone
, which is an
area shared by users of both partitions
, such as a foyer or lobby. If so,
please note the following:


The common zone will sound and report alarms only when
both

partitions are armed. If only one partition is armed, the system
ignores faults on the common zone.


Either partition may arm its system if the common zone is faulted, but
once armed, the other partition
will not
be able to arm unless the
common zone is first bypassed or the fault is corrected.


Faults on the common zone are displayed on common partition
keypads, and will also a
ppear on another partition’s keypad when the
alternate partition is armed.


Either partition can clear and restore the common zone after an
alarm.


Entry/exit time for the common zone is the same as for partition 1.



-33-


Scheduling


About Scheduling
The s
ystem provides to 16
end-
user schedules (programmable by master/installer only),
which can control various types of events.


Each schedule causes a defined event to start and stop (when appropriate) at a
specified time.

Schedules can be set to automatically repeat at various intervals.


Schedules can be set for random starting, if desired.


Creating Schedules

Alpha Displays:

1.



+ [#] + [6] [4]


(Master Code)

1 DISARMED

READY TO ARM



2.

Enter a 2
-
digit schedule

number from: 01
-
16.


Press [

] to continue.

ENTER SCHED NO.

00=QUIT

00



3.

Enter the desired 2
-
digit event number from the list:


00 = clear the scheduled event


01 = turn a programmed output on or off

ENTER EVENT

CLEAR EVENT
00




(see
Using Devic
e Commands

section for a list of output device numbers used
in your system)


02 = set a user access schedule for one or more users

(see
Security Codes

section for an explanation of access groups)


03 = send a “latch-
key” report to a pager if the system is not disarmed by a specified
time; message sent is “777
-7777.”


04 = automatically arm the system in STAY mode at a specified time

05 = automatically arm the system in AWAY mode at a specified time

06 = automatically disarm the system at a specified time


07 = Display the word “REMINDER” at a specified time (if selected, the keypad beeps
every 30 seconds beginning when the word “REMINDER” is first displayed, and
the display alternates with the normal keypad display about every 4-
5 seconds.
To stop the beeps and cancel the display once it starts, press any key).


Press [

] to continue.



4.

For event number “01,” enter the output number
associated with this schedule.


Otherwise, this prompt is skipped.


Press [

] to continue to the “Start” prompt shown on the
next page.

RELAY NUMBER


00



34


Scheduling
(cont’d
)


5.

For event number “02,” enter the access group number.
Otherwise, this prompt is skipped.


Press [

] to continue to the “Start” prompt below.

GROUP NUMBER


X



6.

For event numbers “03
-
07,” ente
r the partition number
to be armed or disarmed.


0 = arm all; 1 = partition 1; 2 = partition 2;


3 = arm common

Otherwise, this prompt is skipped.


Press [

] to continue to the “Start” prompt.

PARTITION


X



7.

Enter the event’s start time and days of
week.


Hour = 00-
12; minute = 00-
59


AM = 0; PM = 1


Days = Position the cursor under the desired days
using the [

] key to move forward, then press “1” to
select the day.


Press [

] to continue.

START

SMTWTF
S
HH:MMAM
1000000



8.

If applicable, enter

the event’s stop time and days of
week (applies only to event numbers 01, 02, and 03).

Refer to step 7 for available entries.


Press [

] to continue.

STOP

SMTWTF
S
HH:MMAM 1000000




9.

Enter the desired repeat option.


0 = no repeat


1 = repeat schedule weekly


2 = repeat schedule biweekly (every other week)


3 = repeat schedule every third week

4 = repeat schedule every fourth week


e.g., To make a schedule that happens everyday you
would select all days with a repeat count of 1. To
make a schedule that runs for one week then stops,
select everyday with a repeat count of 0.

REPEAT OPTION

0-4
X



10.

For event number 01 (output on/off), select the
randomize option, if desired.


0 = no; 1 = yes


If selected, the schedule times will vary within 60
min
utes of the “hour” time. For example, if a schedule
is set to start at 6:15pm, it will do so the first time
6:15pm arrives, but on subsequent days it will start
anytime between 6:00 and 6:59 p.m.


Press [

] to continue.

RANDOMIZE

0=NO 1=YES
X


-35-


Event Logging Procedures


About Event Logging

The system records various events in a history log, which can be viewed by the
master
user on an Alpha Display keypad.


The Event Log
holds up to 100 events.


Events are display
ed in chronological order, from most recent to oldest.


When the log is full, the oldest event is replaced by the logging of any new event.


Viewing the Event Log

1.



+ [#] + [6] + [0]


(Master Code)

Alpha Displays:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM




2.

The system displays the most recent event as follows:



event number



type of event, identified by its corresponding code


(refer to the code table that follows)



zone or user number (depending on type of event)



partition in which event occurred


time and date of the event’s occurrence.

3. Pressing [

] displays previous events (back in time).


Pressing [#] displays events forward in time.

4. Exit the event log by pressing any key other than [

] or
[#].

001 E441 U001 P1

12:34AM 01/02/00




Understanding the Type of Event Displayed
If the event code is preceded by an E (as in the above display), it means that the event is
new and ongoing; if preceded by an R, it means the event has been restored.




Code

Def
inition

110

Fire Alarm

121

Duress

122

Alarm, 24
-hour Silent

123

Alarm, 24
-hour Audible



Code

Definition

131

Alarm, Perimeter

132

Alarm, Interior

134

Alarm, Entry/Exit

135

Alarm, Day/Night




36


Event Logging Procedures
(cont’d)


Code

Definition

143

Alarm, Expansion Module

145

ECP Module cover tamper

146

Silent Burglary

150

Alarm, 24
-Hour Auxiliary/Monitor
zone
162

Carbon Monoxide
301

AC Power

302

Low System Battery/Battery Test Fail

305

System Reset (Log only)

321

Bell/Siren Trouble

333

Trouble, Expansion Mod.
Supervision

339 (803)
Cell
Module Power
-On Reset

341

Trouble, ECP Cover Tamper

344

RF Receiver
Jam

350 (951)
Ethernet Communication Path
Failure

350 (952)
Cell
Communication Path Fail

351

Telco Line
Fault

353

Long Range Radio
(Cell
) Trouble

354

Comm Fail (log only)

373

Fire Loop Trouble

374

Exit Error Alarm

380

Global Trouble, Trouble Day/Night

381

RF Supervisi
on Trouble

382

Supervision Auxiliary Wire Zone




Code

Definition

383

RF Sensor Tamper

384

RF Sensor Low
-battery

393

Clean Me
401

Disarmed, Armed AWAY,

Armed MAXIMUM

403

Schedule Arm/Disarm AWAY

406

Cancel by User

407

Remote Arm/Disarm (Downloading)

408

Quick Arm AWAY

409

Keyswitch
Arm/Disarm AWAY

441

Disarmed/Armed STAY/INSTANT,

Quick
-Arm STAY/INSTANT

442

Keyswitch
Arm/Disarm STAY
459

Recent Closing

570

Bypass

601

Manually Triggered Dialer Test

602

Periodic Test

606

AAV to Follow

607

Walk Test Entered/Exited

623

Event Log 80% Full

625

Real
-Time Clock was Changed (log
only)

627

Program Mode Entry (log only)

628

Program Mode Exit (log only)

642

Latch Key (log only)

750
-789
Reserved for Configurable Zone
Type report codes (check with
central station when using these
codes)


NOTE:
Ask your installer to explain the meaning of any code you do not understand.

-37-


Testing the System

About Testing the System

Using the Test mode allows each protection poi
nt to be checked for proper operation.
Testing should be conducted weekly to ensure proper operation
.


The keypad sounds a single beep about every 30 seconds as a reminder that the
system is in the Test mode.



Alarm messages are not sent to your Central Station while Test mode is on.

1.

Disarm
the system and close all protected windows,
doors, etc. The READY indicator
light should come on if
all zones are intact (i.e., all protected windows, doors,
etc. are closed.

Alpha Displa
ys:

∗∗∗ ∗
DISARMED
∗∗∗∗

READY TO ARM




2.



+
5

TEST
then [0] (walk)


(Master
Code)



The Dial test
(option “1”) is intended for the installer and
should not be used unless directed to do so
by your
Security System Representative.

1 = DIAL, 0 = WALK




3. Listen. The external sounder
should sound for about 1
second then turn off. If the sounder does not sound, CALL
FOR SERVICE. The “Test in Progress” display appear
s
only on the keypad that started the test.

TEST IN
PROGRESS



4. Fault zones. Open each protected door and window in turn and listen for three beeps
from the keypad. Identification (zone number or zone description) of each faul
ted
protection point should appear on the display. The display clears when the door or
window is closed.

5. Walk in front of any interior motion detectors
(if used) and listen for three beeps. The
identification of the detector should appear on the display when it is activated. The
display clears when no motion is detected.
Note that if wireless motion detectors
are
used, there is a 3-
minute delay between activations. This conserves battery life.

6. Test all smoke detectors
, following the manufacturer's instructions. The identification of
each detector should appear on the display when each is activated.


If a problem is experienced with any protection point (no confirming sounds, no
display), call for service immediately.


When all protection points have been checked and are intact (closed), there should be
no zone identification numbers displayed on the keypad.

7. Exit test mode:






+
1

OFF




(Security Code)

If the test mode is inadvertently left active, it automatically turns off after 4 hours. During
the final five minutes, the keypad will emit a double beep every 30 seconds.



38


Trouble Conditions


"Check
" and

"Battery" Displays




























T
he word
CHECK

on the keypad's display, accompanied by a
"beeping" at the keypad, indicates a trouble condition in the system.
To silence the beeping for these conditions, press any key.

1.
A display of "CHECK"
and one or more zone numbers

indicates that a problem exists with the displayed zone(s) and
requires your attention. Determine if the zone(s) displayed are
intact and make them so if they are not. If the problem has been
corrected, the display can be cleared if you enter the OFF
sequence (security code plus OFF key)
twice
. If the display
persists, CALL FOR SERVICE
.

Note:
A display of
CHECK 70
on Alpha Display keypads indicates
that the wiring connection to the external sounder
is at fault
(opened or shorted), and you should CALL FOR SERVICE. See
“BELL FAILURE” on next page. A display of
CHECK 90
indicates
that RF interference
may be impeding the operation of wireless
sensors* in the syst
em. See “
Rcvr Jam
” on next page.

2.
If there are wireless sensors* in your system,
the
CHECK

condition may also be caused by some change in the environment
that prevents the wireless receiver
from receiving messages from a
particular sensor. CALL FOR SERVICE if this occurs.

*

Not all systems use wireless sensors
.


IF YOU CANNOT CORRECT A "CHECK" DISPLAY, CALL
FOR SERVICE
.



TYPICAL "CHECK" DISPLAYS


06


CHECK





AC




FIXED
-WORD DISPLAY KEYPAD

CHECK 06

BEDROOM WINDOW

ALPHA DISPLAY KEYPAD


39


Trouble Conditions
(cont’d)


Words or letters in parentheses ( ) are those that are displayed on Fixed-
Word Display
keypads.


O
ther Trouble
Displays




*

Any “beeping” that
accompanies a
trouble display can be
stopped by depress
-
ing any key on the
keypad or by entering
an OFF sequence
(code + OFF)





**

Not all systems use
wireless sensors
.

COMM. FAILURE

Indicates that a failure has occurred in

(or
FC
)
the telephone communication portion of
your system. CALL FOR SERVICE.


SYSTEM

LO BAT

Indicates that a low sys
tem battery

(or
BAT
with no

condition exists. Display is

zone No.)

accompanied by "beeping"* at the keypad.
If this condition persists for more than one
day (with AC present), CALL FOR
SERVICE.


LO BAT

Indicates that there is a low battery

+
zone descriptor

condition in the wireless transmitter**

(or
BAT
with

number displayed (00 is RF keypad).

zone No.)

Accompanied by a single "beep"
*
(about
once every 30 seconds) at the keypad.



Either replace the battery yourself, or
CALL FOR SERVICE. If the battery is not
replaced within 30 days, a
CHECK

display
may occur.


Rcvr Jam

Wireless part of the system is experiencing

(or
CHECK 90
)
RF interference
which may impede
reception from wireless sensors.**


ALARM 1xx

FAULT 1xx

CHECK 1xx

(or
91
)

Indicates a communication problem
between the control and a connected
device (e.g., RF receiver, zone expander)
where the “xx” indicates the device
address. CALL FOR SERVICE.


MODEM COMM


(or
CC
)

Indicates that the control is on
-
line with the
Central Monitoring Station's remote
computer.

The control will not report system activity
while on-
line. Wait
a few minutes —
the
display should disappear.


BELL FAILURE

Indicates that the wiring connection to

(or
CHECK 70
)
the external sounder
is at fault (open or
shorted). Accompanied by “beeping”
at
the keypad. CALL FOR SERVICE.




40


Trouble Conditions
(cont’d)



Other Trouble
Displays

(Continued)

AC LOSS

The system is operating on battery power

(or
NO AC
)

only due to an AC power failure
.



If only some lights are out on the
premises, check circuit breakers and fuses
and reset or replace as necessary.



If AC power cannot be restored and a “low
system battery
” message appears (see
previous pag
e),
CALL FOR SERVICE
.

Busy
-
Standby

(or
dI
)
If this message remains displayed for more
than 1 minute, system is disabled.
CALL
FOR SERVICE
.

OPEN CIRCUIT

The keypad is not receiving signals from
(or
OC
)
the control.
CALL FOR SERVICE.



Long Rng Trbl

If part of your system, back
-up

(or
bF
)
communication
device
has failed.


CALL FOR SERVICE.



TELCO FAULT


Th
e telephone line has a problem.

(or
CHECK 94
)
CALL FOR SERVICE.



Total Power Failure

If there is no keypad display at all, and the READY indicator is not lit,

operating power (from AC and back
-up battery
) for the system has been
interrupted and the system is inoperative.
CALL FOR SERVICE.


In The Event Of Telephone Operational Problems
In the event of telephone operational problems, disconnect the control from the phone line by
removing the plug from the phone wall jack. We recommend that your installer demonstrate this
disconnection on installation of the system. Do not attempt to disconnect the phone connection inside
the control. Doing so will result in the loss of your phone lines. If the regular phones work correctly
after the control

has been disconnected from the phone wall jack, the control has a problem and you
should immediately call for service. If upon disconnection of the control, there is still a problem on the
phone line, notify the Telephone Company that they have a problem and request prompt phone repair
service. The user may not under any circumstances attempt any service or repairs to the security
system. Repairs must be made only by authorized service (see the LIMITED WARRANT
Y statement
for information on how to obtain service).




41


Maintaining Your System


Taking Care of
Your System

T
he components of your security system are designed to be as
maintenance-
free as possible. However, to make sure that your system
is in reliab
le working condition, do the following:

1.

Test your system weekly
.

2. Test your system after any alarm occurs.


Silencing Low
Battery Warning
Tones
at the
Keypad

You can silence the keypad’s warning tones

by pressing the OFF key
,

but
the keypad's low battery message
display will remain on as a reminder
that you have a low battery condition in one or more of your wireless
sensors. When you replace the weak battery with a fr
esh one, the sensor
sends a "good battery" signal to the control as soon as the sensor is
activated (opening/closing of door, window, etc.), causing the low battery
display to turn off. If the sensor is not activated, the display will
automatically clear w
ithin approximately 1 hour.


Replacing
Batteries in
Wireless Sensors



Wireless sensors
may not have
been used in your

security system


IMPORTANT:

Use only batteries
recommended by
your installer as
replacement.

Each wireless sensor

in your system has a 9
-
volt or 3
-
volt battery. The
system detects a low battery
in wireless sensors
, including smoke
detectors, the personal emergency transmitter, and the portable wireless
keypad and displ
ays a low battery message*. (A low battery in a portable
wireless keypad
is detected as soon as one of its keys is pressed, and
displayed as
00
.). Battery
-operated smoke detectors
with a low battery
also emit a single "chirp" sound
approximately once every 20–
30
seconds
.
Alkaline batteries
provide a minimum of 1 year of operation, and in most
units and applications, provide 2–
4 years of service. 3-
volt lithium
batteries
provide up to 4 or more years of operation. Actual battery life
will
depend on the environment in which the sensor is used, the number of
signals that

the transmitter in the sensor has had to send, and the specific
type of sensor. Factors such as humidity, high or low temperatures or
large swings in temperature, may all lead to the reduction of actual battery
life in an installation.


*
The low battery message
comes on as a warning that battery replacement
in
indicated sensor(s) is due within 30 days. In the meantime, a sensor causing a
low battery indication

is still
fully operational.


Routine Care



Treat the components of your security

system as you would any other
electrical equipment. Do not slam sensor
-protected doors or windows.


Keep dust from accumulating on the keypad and all protective sensors,
particularl
y on motion sensors and smoke detectors.


The keypad and sensors should be cleaned carefully with a dry soft
cloth.
Do not spray water or any other fluid on the units.



42


Fire Alarm System


THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS

General

Your fi
re alarm

system (if installed) is on 24 hours a day, for continuous
protection. In the event of an emergency, the strategically located smoke
and heat detectors
will sound their alarms and automatically s
end signals
to your system, triggering a loud, interrupted pulsed sound* from the
Keypad(s) and any external sounders. A FIRE message
will appear at
your Keypad and remain on until you silence the alarm
(see below for
silencing fire alarms).

*

Temporal pulse sounding
is produced for Fire alarms, as follows:

3 pulses
–pause–
3 pulses
–pause–
3 pulses
–pause. . . , repeated.



TYPICAL FIRE EMERGENCY DISPLAYS


FIRE 01
MASTER

BEDROOM


01

ALARM


FIRE



AC




ALPHA DISPLAY KEYPAD


FIXED
-
WORD DISPLAY KEYPAD


Silencing

Fire Alarms and
Clearing Memory
of Alarm

1.

You can silence the alarm at any time by pressing the
OFF

key (the
security code is not needed to silence fire alarms
). To clear the
display, enter your code and press the
OFF
key again (to clear
Memory of Alarm
).
2. If the Keypad's FIRE display
does not clear after the second OFF
sequence, smoke detectors
may still be responding to smoke or heat
producing objects in their vicinity. Investigate, and should this be the
case, eliminate the source of heat or smoke.

3. If this does not remedy the problem, there may still be smoke in the
detector. Clear it by fanning the detector for about 30 seconds.

When the problem has been corrected, clear the display by entering
your code and pressing the
OFF

key.


Smoke Detector
Reset

Depending on the type of smo
ke detectors in your system, it may be
necessary to "reset" the smoke detectors after a fire alarm has been
turned off. Check with your installer. This "reset" is accomplished at a
keypad, as follows:

Enter
Security
Code ( except “arm only” user), then press the [
1
] key.

NOTE:
During smoke detector reset, “FAULT xx” appears (about six
seconds) and should disappear if the detector is clear.



43


Fire Alarm System
(cont’d)

THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS

Manually
Initiating

a Fire Alarm

1.

S
hould you become aware of a fire emergency

before your smoke

or
heat detectors
sense the problem, go to your nearest keypad and
manually initiate an alarm by pressing the panic key assigned for FIRE
emergency for 2 seconds (see below). If a key pair has been assigned
for fire, press both keys at the same time. See the
Using the Panic
Keys
section below for further details.

2. Evacuate all occupants from the premises.

3. If flames and/or s
moke are present, leave the premises and notify your
local Fire Department immediately.

4. If no flames or smoke are apparent, investigate the cause of the alarm.
The zone number(s) of the zone(s) in an alarm condition will be
displayed at the keypad.


U
sing the
Panic Key(s)

Assigned for
FIRE
Emergency

A key or key pair may have been assigned for manually initiating a FIRE
alarm. See the
Panic Keys
section for key assignments.

For convenience, indicate the key or key pair assigned for f
ire below.

Individual Keys

A
B
C








Press the individual key assigned for fire for 2 seconds.

OR
Key Pairs




1
OFF

and



READY

(zone 95)






READY

and

#

(zone 99)




3
STAY

and
#

(zone 96)



DISPLAYS FOLLOWING MANUAL INITIATION OF A FIRE ALARM


FIRE 95


95

ALARM

FIRE



AC






ALPHA DISPLAY KEYPAD



FI
XED
-
WORD KEYPAD





Carbon
Monoxide
Alarms

If installed, carbon monoxide detectors provide

continuous protection. If a
high level of carbon monoxide is detected, an interrupted pulsed alarm
sound
occurs
at the keypads
and the detector(s)
. Immediately move to a
spot where fresh air is available, preferably outdoors. From a safe area,
call your security service provider for further instructions. To silence the
keypad sounding, press the
OFF
key.
To silence the
detector, see its
instructions.

Press both keys of the

key pair

assigned for
fire at the same time.



44


Fire Alarm System
(cont’d)

THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS

National Fire Protection Association
Recommendations on Smoke Detectors



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

Early warning fire detection
is best achieved by the installation of fire detection
equipment
in all rooms and areas of the household as follows: A smoke detector
installed outside of each separate sleeping area, in the immediate vicinity of the
bedrooms and on each additional story of the family living unit, including
basements and excluding crawl spaces and unfinished attics.

In addition, the NFPA recommends that you install heat or smoke detectors in
the living room, dining room, bedroom(s), kitchen, hallway(s), attic, f
urnace
room, utility and storage rooms, basements and attached garages.





45


Fire Alarm System
(cont’d)

THIS SECTION APPLIES ONLY TO RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS

Emergency Evacuation





Establish and regularly practice a plan of esca
pe

in the
event of fire. The following steps are recommended by
the National Fire Protection Association:

1. Position your detector or your interior and/or exterior
sounders so that they c
an be heard by all occupants.

2. Determine two means of escape from each room.
One path of escape
should lead to the door that
permits normal exit from the building. The other may
be a window, should your path be impassable.
Station
an escape ladder at such windows if there is a
long drop to the ground.

3. Sketch a floor plan of the building. Show windows,
doors, stairs and rooftops that can be used to escape.
Indicate escape routes for each room. Keep these
routes free from obstructi
on and post copies of the
escape routes
in every room.

4. Assure that all bedroom doors are shut while you are
asleep. This will prevent deadly smoke from entering
while you escape.

5. Try the door. If the door is hot, check your alternate
escape route. If the door is cool, open it cautiously.
Be prepared to slam the door if smoke or heat rushes
in.
6. When smoke is present, crawl on the ground. Do not
walk upright, since smoke rises and may overcome
you. Clearer air is near the floor.

7. Escape quickly; don't panic.

8. Establish a common meeting place outdoors, away
from your house, where everyone can meet and then
take steps to contact the authorities and account for
those missing. Choose someone to assure that
nobody returns to the hous
e —
many die going back.



46


Quick Guide to Basic System Functions

FUNCTION

PROCEDURE

COMMENTS

Check Zones

Press READY key.

View faulted zones when system not
ready.

Arm System

Enter code. Press arming key desired:

(AWAY, STAY, NIGHT-
STAY, MAXIMUM,
INSTANT)

Arms system in mode selected.

Quick Arm

(if programmed)

Press #. Press arming key desired:

(AWAY, STAY, MAXIMUM, INSTANT)

Arms system in mode selected, quickly
and without use of a code.

Bypass Z
one(s)

Enter code. Press BYPASS [6] key.

Enter zone number(s) to be bypassed
(use 2-
digit entries).

Bypassed zones are unprotected and
will not cause an alarm if violated.

Quick Bypass

(if programmed)

Enter code. Press BYPASS [6] key + [#].

Bypasses all faulted zones
automatically.

Silence Sounders


Burglary:


Fire
or CO
:

"Check":


Enter code. Press OFF [1] key.

Press OFF [1] key.


Press any key.


Also disarms system. Memory of alarm
remains until cleared.

Memory of Alarm remains until cleared.

Determine cause.
Disarm System

Enter code. Press OFF [1] key.
(OFF need
not be pressed if entry delay or an alarm is
active)

Also silences sounders. Memory of
alarm remains until cleared.

Clear Alarm
Memory

After disarming, enter code again.
Press OFF [1] key again.

Keypad beeps rapidly on entry if alarm
has occurred while absent. Alarm
display will remain upon disarming until
cleared.

Duress

(if active

and connected to
Central Station)

Arm or disarm "normally," but use your 4-
digit
Duress code to do so.
Performs desired action and sends silent
alarm to Central Station.

Panic Alarms

(as programmed)

Press ke
y [A], [B], or [C] for at least 2
seconds, or key pairs 1 +

;

+ #, or 3 + #
respectively.

See the
Panic Keys
section for
emergency functions programmed for
your system. Note: Keys “A”, “B”, and
“C” may have been programmed for
other functions.

Chime Mo
de

To turn ON or OFF:
Enter code. Press
CHIME key.

The keypad will sound if doors or
windows are violated while system is
disarmed and chime mode is ON.

Test Mode
To turn ON:
Enter code. Press TEST key,
then [0]
.
To turn OFF:
Enter code. Press OFF key.

Tests alarm sounder and allows sensors
to be tested.

Phone Access

if applicable

Consult
Phone Access User's Guide

that
accompanies the Phone Module.

Permits system access remotely, via
Touch-
tone pho
ne.



47


Summary of Audible/Visual Notifications

Fixed
-Word Display Keypads


SOUND

CAUSE

DISPLAY

LOUD,
INTERRUPTED
*

Keypad & Ext.

FIRE ALARM
or CO ALARM (CO:
keypad/detector only; not external
sounder)

FIRE

or
ALARM

(for CO)
is displayed; zone
number of zone
in alarm is displayed. If a fire
alarm is manually activated, zone number 95
will be displayed.

LOUD,
CONTINUOUS
*

Keypad & Ext.

BURGLARY/AUDIBLE

EMERGENCY ALARM

ALARM
is displayed. Zone number of zone in
alarm is also displayed.

ONE SHORT
BEEP
(no
t repeated)

Keypad only



a.

SYSTEM DISARM

b. SYSTEM ARMING ATTEMPT

WITH AN OPEN ZONE


c. BYPASS VERIFY


a.

READY indicator light comes on.

b. Number of the open protection zone
displayed.


c. Zone numbers of the bypassed protection

zones are displ
ayed (one beep is heard for

each zone displayed). Subsequently,
BYPASS
is displayed.

ONE SHORT
BEEP
(once every 40
secs)

Keypad only

a.

SYSTEM IS IN TEST MODE

b. LOW BATTERY AT A
TRANSMITTER

c. SYSTEM WILL AUTOARM
WITHIN 10 MINUTES

a.

Opened zone number
s will appear.

b.
BAT
displayed with zone number of

transmitter.

c. No special display.

TWO SHORT
BEEPS

Keypad only

ARM AWAY or MAXIMUM

AWAY
is displayed. Red ARMED indicator is lit.

THREE SHORT
BEEPS
Keypad only

a. ARM STAY, NIGHT
-STAY,
INSTANT

b. ZONE OPENED WITH SYSTEM
IN CHIME MODE

a.
STAY
or

INSTANT
is displayed. Red

ARMED indicator is lit.

b.
CHIME
displayed; zone number of open

protection zone will be displayed if the
[

]
key is pressed.

RAPID BEEPING

Keypad only

a.

TROUBLE


b. MEMORY OF ALARM


c. SYSTEM LOW BATTERY
d. EXT. SOUNDER WIRING FAIL

e. LAST 10 SEC of EXIT DELAY
a.

CHECK

displayed. Zone number of
troubled protection zone is displayed.

b.
FIRE
or ALARM is
displayed; zone number
of zone in alarm is displayed

c.
BAT
displayed with no zone ID number.

d.
CHECK 70
is displayed.

e.

No special display.

SLOW BEEPING

Keypad only

a.

EXIT DELAY WARNING

b. ENTRY DELAY WARNING


a.

AWAY

is displayed.

b.

Exceeding the
entry delay time without

disarming causes alarm.

*
If a bell is used as external sounder, fire alarm is
pulsed ring;
burglary/audible emergency is
steady ring
.



48


Summary of A/V Notifications
(cont’d)

Alpha Display Keypads

SOUND

CAUSE

DISPLAY

LOUD,
INT
ERRUPTED*

Keypad & Ext.

FIRE ALARM

or CO ALARM (CO:
keypad/detector only; not external
sounder)

FIRE

or
ALARM

(for CO)
is displayed; descriptor of
zone in alarm is displayed. If a fire alarm is manually
activated, zone number 95 will be displayed.

LOUD,

CONTINUOUS*

Keypad & Ext.

BURGLARY/AUDIBLE

EMERGENCY ALARM

ALARM
is displayed. If programmed, descriptor of
zone in alarm is also displayed

ONE SHORT
BEEP

(not repeated)

Keypad only


a. SYSTEM DISARM

b.
SYSTEM ARMING ATTEMPT WITH
AN OPEN ZONE

c. BYPASS VERIFY
a.
DISARMED/READY TO ARM
is displayed.

b. Number and descriptor of open protection zone is
displayed.

c. Numbers and descriptors of the bypassed zones
are displayed (One beep is heard for each zone
displayed).
Then, the following is displayed:
DISARMED BYPASS /Ready to Arm.

ONE SHORT
BEEP
(once every 40
seconds)

Keypad only

a. SYSTEM IS IN TEST MODE

b, LOW BATTERY AT A
TRANSMITTER

c. SYSTEM WILL AUTOARM
WITHIN 10 MINUTES

a. Opened Zone identifications will appear.

b.
LO BAT
displayed with
description of transmitter.

c. No special display.

TWO

SHORT
BEEPS

Keypad only

ARM AWAY or MAXIMUM

ARMED AWAY or MAXIMUM
displayed. Red
ARMED indicator lit.

THREE SHORT
BEEPS
Keypad only

a. ARM STAY, NIGHT
-
STAY, OR
INSTANT


b. ZONE OPENED WHILE
SYSTE
M IS DISARMED





a.

ARMED STAY
or
ARMED INSTANT
displayed.
Red ARMED indicator lit.

b.
CHIME
displayed, descriptor of open protection
zone will be displayed if the [

] key is pressed.

RAPID BEEPING

Keypad only

a.

TROUBLE


b. MEMORY OF ALARM


c. SYSTEM LOW BATTERY.

d. EXT. SOUNDER WIRE FAIL

e. LAST 10 SEC of EXIT DELAY
a.

CHECK

displayed. Descriptor of troubled

protection zone is displayed.

b.
FIRE
or
ALARM
is displayed; descriptor of zone
in alarm is displayed.

c.
SYSTEM LO BAT
displayed.

d.

BELL FAILURE
is displayed.

e. No special display.

SLOW BEEPING

Keypad only

a. EXIT DELAY WARNING (if
programmed).

b. ENTRY DELAY WARNING.

a.
ARMED AWAY
or

MAXIMUM
is displayed along
with
You May Exit Now.

b
. DISARM SYSTEM OR ALARM WILL OCCUR
is

displayed.
Exceeding the delay time without
disarming causes an alarm.

* If a bell is used as external sounder, fire alarm is
pulsed ring;
burglary/audible emergency is
steady ring
.



49


Regulatory Statements and Warnings


FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS

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


CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE STATEMENT

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


This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been
type tested and found to comply wi
th the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in
Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential
installation. However, there is no guarantee that int
erference 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, replace it with a quality outdoor antenna.

• Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.

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

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

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

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


FCC / IC STATEMENT

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and RSS210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device mus
t accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.



TELEPHONE/MODEM INTERFACE

FCC Part 68

This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the front cover of this equipment is a label that contains
the
FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN). You must provide this information to the
telephone company when requested.


This equipment uses the following USOC jack: RJ31X


This equipment may not be used on telephone-
company
-provided coin
service. Connection to party lines is subject
to state tariffs. This equipment is hearing-
aid compatible.

Ringer Equivalence Number Notice:

The
Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum
number
of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist
of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all
the devices does not exceed 5.



50


Regulatory Statements
(cont’d)





51


System Features Log



Features

Comments

Exit Delay

Part. 1:

Part. 2:

Entry Delay 1

Part. 1:

Part. 2:

Entry Delay 2

Part. 1:

Part. 2:

NIGHT
-STAY Zones

Zones:

Quick Arm

yes

no

Quick Bypass

yes

no

Automatic Paging
yes
no

users:

Keyswitch Arming
(circle type of LED lighting)

Arm AWAY:

steady

flash

Arm STAY:

steady

flash


Function Keys

A

B

C

D

Comments


Single-
Button Arming







Step Arming







Paging (see Paging chart)







Time/Date Display







Macr
o Key 1







Macro Key 2








Macro Key 3







Macro Key 4







Emergency Key
**
: Personal







Emergency Key
**
: Silent Alarm







Emergency Key
**
: Audible Alarm







Emergency Key
**
: Fire







Device Activation




Device:


** Emer
gency Keys:

A = [1] / [

]
B = [

] / [#]

C = [3] / [#]




52


System Features Log
(cont’d)

User Setup

The following chart will help keep track of system users. Copies should be distributed to the
partition 1 and partition 2 (if applicable) masters for their rec
ords.


To program a user attribute:
Enter system/partition* master code + [8] + user no.
+ “#” command listed in column heading.


User

No.

User

Name

User’s Part(s).

(system master only)

[#] [3] + part(s) + [#]

Security
Code

enter new code

Auth.

Level

[#]
[1] + level

Access
Group

[#] [2] + group

RF Zone
Number

[#] [4] + zone no.

Pager

on/off

[#] [5] + 0/1

01

installer

(all)


installer



(1)

02

system master

(all)


master



(1)

03

partition 1 master

(1)


(4)



(1)

04


(1)


(0)



(1)

05


(1)


(0)



(1)

06


(1)


(0)



(1)

07


(1)


(0)



(1)

08


(1)


(0)



(1)

09


(1)


(0)



(1)

10


(1)


(0)



(1)

11


(1)


(0)



(1)

12


(1)


(0)



(1)

13


(1)


(0)



(1)

14


(1)


(0)



(1)

15


(1)


(0)



(1)

16


(1)


(0)



(1)

17


(1)


(0)



(1)

18


(1)


(0)



(1)

19


(1)


(0)



(1)

20


(1)


(0)



(1)

21


(1)


(0)



(1)

22


(1)


(0)



(1)

23


(1)


(0)



(1)

24


(1)


(0)



(1)

25


(1)


(0)



(1)

26


(1)


(0)



(1)

27


(1)


(0)



(1)

28



(1)


(0)



(1)

29


(1)


(0)



(1)

30


(1)


(0)



(1)

31


(1)


(
0)



(1)

32


(1)


(0)



(1)




53


System Features Log
(cont’d
)
User Setup
(cont’d)


Enter system/partition master code + [8] + user no.
+ “#” command listed in column heading.

User

No.
*

User

Name

User’s Part(s).

(system master only)

[#] [3] + part(s) + [#]

S
ecurity
Code

enter new code

Auth.

Level

[#] [1] + level

Access
Group

[#] [2] + group

RF Zone
Number

[#] [4] + zone no.

Pager

on/off

[#] [5] + 0/1

33

partition 2 master

(2)


(4)



(1)

34


(2)


(0)



(1)

35


(2)


(0)



(1)

36


(2)


(0)



(1)

37


(2)


(0
)



(1)

38


(2)


(0)



(1)

39


(2)


(0)



(1)

40


(2)


(0)



(1)

41


(2)


(0)



(1)

42


(2)


(0)



(1)

43


(2)


(0)



(1)

44


(2)


(0)



(1)

45


(2)


(0)



(1)

46


(2)


(0)



(1)

47


(2)


(0)



(1)

48


(2)


(0)



(1)

49


(2)


(0)



(1)


Author
ity Levels:
0 = standard user


Partitions:
0 = clears partition 1 and partition 2 defaults


1 = arm only



1 = partition 1 and common


2 = guest



2 = partition 2 and common


3 = duress



3 = common partition only


4 = partition master


Paging:
0 = no pagi
ng; 1 = allow paging


Paging Setup


Pager


Pager Phone Number
\
Prefix Characters

Automatically Reports Upon...

Sched.

Func. Key

open/close

alarm/trouble

zone list



p1

p2

p1

p2

p1

p2



1











2











3











4













54


System Feat
ures Log
(cont’d
)
Schedules*:

master code + [#] + [6] [4]

No.

Event

Device No.

Group No.
Partition

Start
Stop

Repeat

Random


(see list below)
for “01” events:

for “02” events:
for “04
-06” events:

Time/

Time/

(1-4)
(yes/no)



(see device list below)
enter 1-
8
enter 1, 2, or 3

Day

Day

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Events:

00 = clear event

03 = latch key report

06 = auto disarm



01 = device on/off

04 = forced STAY arm

07 = display “reminder”


02 = user access

05 = forced AWAY arm


Repeat O
ptions: 0 = none; 1 = repeat weekly; 2 = repeat every other week; 3 = repeat every third week; 4 = repeat every fourth week


List of Output Devices
Device

Description

Schedule No.

Function Key

01




02




03




04




05




06




07




08




09




10




11




12




13




14




15




16




17




18








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OWNER’S INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT REQUEST

This form should be completed and forwarded to your homeowner’s insurance carrier for possible premium
credit.


A. GENERAL INFORMATION:

Insured’
s Name and Address:






Insurance Company:

Policy No.:




VISTA
-21iP
LTE
/V21SIALTE

Other
_____________________________________

(circle the appropriate model number)

Type of Alarm:


Burglary


Fire



Both



Installed by:

Serviced by:



Name

Name







Address

Address


B. NOTIFIES (Insert B = Burglary, F = Fire)

Local Sounding Device

Police Dept.

Fire Dept.



Central Station


Name:



Address:




Phone:


C. POWERED BY:
A.C. With Rechargeable Power Supply


D. TESTING:



Quarterly




Monthly



Weekly



Other



continued on other side



56




OWNER’S INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT REQUEST (cont.)


E. SMOKE DETECTOR LOCATIONS



Furnace Room



Kitchen



Bedrooms



Attic




Basement



Living Room



Dining Room



Hall


F. BURGLARY DETECTING DEVICE LOCATIONS:



Front Door



Basement Door



Rear Door



All Exterior Doors





1
st
Floor Windows



All windows



I
nterior locations





All Accessible Openings, Including Skylights, Air Conditioners and Vent
s

G. ADDITIONAL PERTINENT INFORMATION:















Signature:

Date:








SERVICING INFORMATION

Your local authorized service representative is the person best qualified to service your
alarm system. Arranging some kind of regular service program
with him is advisable.

Your local service representative is:

Name:


Address:




Phone:






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NOTES



58


NOTES


59




WARNING! THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM


While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary or other
emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of
reasons. For example:


Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or
disconnect an alarm warning device.


Intrusion detectors (e.g. passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devices will not work without
power. Battery operated devices will not work without
batteries, with dead batteries, or if the batteries are not put in properly.
Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is cut off for any reason, however briefly.


Signals sent by wireless transmitters may be blocked or reflecte
d by metal before they reach the alarm receiver. Even if the
signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a metal object is moved into the path.


A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough.


While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United States, they may not activate or
provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35% of all fires, according to data published by the Federal
Emergency Management Agency. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunction with this System may not work
are as follows. Smoke detectors may have been improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not sense fires
that start where smoke
cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed
doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense a fire on another level of a residence or building. A second floor detector, for
example, may not sense a first f
loor or basement fire. Moreover, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke
detector can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused by
carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable
materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson. Depending upon the nature of the fire and/or
the locations of the smoke detectors, the detector, even if it operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to
allow all occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or death.


Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can only detect intrusion within the designed ranges as diagrammed in their installation
manual.
Passive Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do create multiple beams of protection,
and intrusion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by those beams. They cannot detect motion or intrusion
that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors, or windows.


Mechanical tampering, masking, painting or spraying of any material on the mirrors, windows or any part of the optical system

can reduce their detection ability. Passiv
e Infrared Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as the ambient
temperature of protected area approaches the temperature range of 90° to 105°F, the detection performance can decrease.


Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if they are located on the
other side of closed or partly open doors. If warning devices sound on a different level of the residence from the bedrooms,
then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedroom
s. Even persons who are awake may not hear the
warning if the alarm is muffled from a stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliance, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm
warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-
impaired people or waken deep
sleepers.


Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may be out of service or
temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated intruders.


Even if the syst
em responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficient time to protect
themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may not respond
appropriately.


This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is designed to last
as long as 10 years, the electronic components could fail at any time.

The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occur
s is inadequate maintenance. This
alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure all sensors and transmitters are working properly.

Installing an alarm system may make one eligible for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is not a substitute for i
nsurance.
Homeowners, property owners and renters should continue to act prudently in protecting themselves and continue to insure thei
r
lives and property.

We continue to develop new and improved protection devices. Users of alarm systems owe it to themselves and their loved ones
to learn about these developments.





TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Resideo Technologies Inc., is the company behind and the manufacturer of this product
(“Seller”), 2 Corporate Center Drive, Melville, New York 11747
warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service, normal wear and tear excepted, for 2
4
months from the manufacture date code; provided, however, that in the event the Buyer presents a proper invoice relating to t
he p
urchased product
and such invoice bears a date later than the manufacture date, then Seller may at its discretion, reflect the warranty period
as commencing at invoice
date.
Except as required by law, this Limited Warranty is only made to Buyer and may no
t be transferred to any third party.
During the applicable
warranty period, Seller will repair or replace, at its sole option and as the exclusive remedy hereunder, free of charge, any
defective products.


Seller shall have no obligation under this Limite
d Warranty or otherwise if the product:

(i)
is improperly installed, applied or maintained;


(ii)
installed outside of stated operating parameters, altered or improperly serviced or repaired by anyone other than the Seller/
Seller’s
Authorized Service/Rep
air Center;


(iii)

damage is caused by outside natural occurrences, such as lightning, power surges, fire, floods, acts of nature, or the like; or

(iv)

defects result from unauthorized modification, misuse, vandalism, alterations of serial numbers, other
causes unrelated to defective
materials or workmanship, or failures related to batteries of any type used in connection with the products sold hereunder.


Exceptions to Warranty With Respect to Honeywell
Home
Products listed below:


Hardwire Contacts and
PIRs
– Seller warrants parts for hardwire contacts and PIRs in accordance with the terms of the above limited warranty for a
period of five (5) years from the manufacture date code.


EXCLUSION OF WARRANTIES, LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.
TO THE FULL
FULLEST EXTENT
PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO CASE SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR A
NY (i) CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT,
SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING IN ANY WAY TO THE PRODUCT AND/OR FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER,
EVEN IF THE
LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY SELLER’S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT AND EVEN IF SELLER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH LOSSES OR DAMAGES.
Any product description (whether in writing or made orally by Seller or Seller’s agents),
specifications, samples, models, bulletin, drawings, diagrams, engineering sheets or similar materials used in connection with the Bu
yer’s order are for
the sole purpose of identifying the Seller’s products and shall not be construed as an express warranty or cond
ition.
Any suggestions by Seller or
Seller’s agents regarding use, applications, or suitability of the products shall not be construed as an express warranty or
condition unless confirmed
to be such in writing by Seller.
Seller does not represent that th
e products it sells may not be compromised or circumvented; that the products will
prevent any personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise, or that the products will in all cases
provide adequate warning or
protection.
Buyer understands that a properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce the risk of a burglary, robbery or fire without war
ning,
but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such will not occur or will not cause or lead to personal injury or property loss.
CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER
SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE ORF
OTHER LOSS BASED ON ANY CLAIM AT ALL
INCLUDING A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING.
However, if Seller is held liable whether directly or indirectly
for any loss or
damage with respect to the products it sells, regardless of cause or origin, its maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of the
product, which shall be fixed as liquidated damages and not as a penalty, and shall b
e the complete and exclusive remedy against the Seller.
Should
your product become defective during the warranty, please contact your installer to facilitate repair or replacement with Sel
ler pursuant to the terms
hereof. Seller reserves the right to repl
ace any defective product under warranty with new, refurbished, or remanufactured product.



The product should not be disposed of with other household waste. Check for the nearest authorized collection centers or
authorized recyclers. The correct dispos
al of end-
of-life equipment will help prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.



The Honeywell Home Trademark is used under license from Honeywell International Inc.

This product is manufactured by Resideo Technologies
, Inc.


2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100
P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747

2019
Resideo Technologies, Inc.
www.resideo.com



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