Contents READ THIS FIRST If more than one telephone or other device is connected to the same line, add up all the Introduction ....................4 RENs. If the total is more than five, the This equipment generates and uses radio telephones might not ring.
Introduction Installation The X10 Supervised Security System is built around a Security Console with an Locating Security System components automatic dialer that calls neighbors or friends in the event of a break in. Battery powered RF Door/Window Sensors and Motion Detectors are used to trigger the alarm, with RF Handheld and Keychain Remote controls for arming and disarming.
Installation Installation Security Console Security Remote Mounting the console PANIC PANIC The Security Console is designed to be installed free-standing on a table top or shelf. DIS- HOME A wall mounting bracket is also available. DIS- AWAY Fitting the backup battery SECURITY LIGHT Slide off the battery compartment cover and clip a 9V battery onto the battery contacts.
Installation Installation Testing the Motion Detector Motion Detector • Set the slide switch on the Motion Detector to position 1. • Press and hold the TEST button for about a second. The LED flashes twice when you release it. 90˚ •...
Installation Installation ™ Power Horn Remote Siren (sold separately) Lamp Module UNIT UNIT HOUSE HOUSE Power Horn Lamp Module Installing the Power Horn Installing the Lamp Module to control the security light • Set the House Code dial to the same House Code as the Security System •...
Installation Setting up the Dialer Other X10 products (sold separately) Programming Phone Numbers Note: you should program the console to call a friend, relative or neighbor who can then listen-in to your home to determine if there is a real problem. The person can then call the Police if necessary, or call you back to see if everything is fine.
Using the Security System Using the Security System INSTANT Mode Console Zone Indicators Note: The Key Chain Remote always arms the system in the INSTANT mode. The console displays the status of the first eight zones. These indicators can display four 1.
Battery Information Battery Information Door/Window Sensors and Motion Detectors General X10 Door/Window Sensors, Motion Detectors and Security and Keychain remotes are Battery Replacement designed to operate for approximately two years when fitted with alkaline batteries. If any if the Console's zone indicators flash slowly, the Motion Detector or Door/Window Since operating conditions vary from installation to installation however, it is recom- Sensor for that zone has not reported in during the last four hours.
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting PROBLEM SOLUTION PROBLEM SOLUTION If the system does not arm. • Check that the Console's slide switch If you hear a repetitive trouble alarm Check the zone indicators. If a door or is set to RUN1 or RUN2. when you try to arm the system, and it window is open, its zone indicator is on.
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting PROBLEM SOLUTION PROBLEM SOLUTION If you do not hear a beep from the You open a door or window and the With the Console in the RUN 2 mode, • Check that the system is armed. Console when you press TEST to install alarm does not trip.
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Special Notes PROBLEM SOLUTION Intercom Systems If the armed indicator is flashing. This indicates that there has been an intrusion. Also, if a zone indicator is on, Intercom systems which send voice signals over existing electrical wiring may interfere Troubleshooting this indicates which zone was violated.
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