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Wireless Keypad
GKP-S8M
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    Wireless Keypad GKP-S8M User manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Congratulations on your purchase of this Honeywell wireless keypad. To make the best out of your equipment we advise you to read this manual carefully. This keypad is designed to operate on an authorised radio frequency and will in no way endanger the user.

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    ANNEX A ................16 Indicator lights if keypad installed with PMI panels..16 Arming with a fault if keypad installed with PMI panels ... 17...

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction This manual describes how to use your wireless keypad. The keypad is used to arm and disarm your security system using a valid access code or a key TAG. The keypad is equipped with a proximity tag reader, located next to the symbol;...

  • Page 5: Arming Using Your Code Or Tag

    Arming using your code or tag Press an arming key on the keypad and enter the code or present a programmed TAG. Arms the total set Arms the partial set Arms the annex set (the keypad must be associated with Total +Annex) When the keypad is dedicated to the annex set only, the key will arm the annex set and the...

  • Page 6: Arming With A Fault (*)

    Arming with a fault If the system diagnoses a fault on arming, you cannot set the alarm. Faults include system faults, tampering and triggering of detectors. A tone indicating a fault is emitted by the keypad after the arming request instead of the arming tone. Check that all doors and windows fitted with contacts are closed.

  • Page 7: Resetting The System After An Alarm (*)

    Depending on your keypad’s configuration, this will disarm the total set or the entire system. In the latter case, the annex set might need to be re-armed. Resetting the system after an alarm If any of the LEDs 2, 3 or 4 are flashing slowly, an alarm has occurred (see page 12 for detailed LED functionalities).

  • Page 8: Duress Code

    Duress code Use a duress code if you are forced to disarm your security system under duress. Your duress code is obtained by adding 1 to the last digit of your code (e.g. 1234 => 1235, 6789 => 6780). The system will disarm as normal but a silent alert signal is transmitted to your alarm company (depending on the configuration).

  • Page 9: User Programming Functions

    User Programming functions Important: The system will automatically exit the programming mode after 20 seconds if no keys are pressed during this time. When this happens you must repeat all of the steps necessary for the function you are using. The keypad features 2 programming modes: - User Programming mode to adjust beep level, enable/disable the chime.

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    5. After a few seconds, a double beep is played and all LED stop flashing. To enable/disable chime: 1. Press and hold the keys simultaneously more than 2 seconds to enter user programming mode. A double beep is played and all status LEDs light on. 2.

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    A double beep is played and all LEDs light on. 2. Enter the master code or present the master tag. A high beep is played and all status LEDs start flashing. 3. Enter the code for the new user. A high beep is played. 4.

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    To enable a user: 1. Press and hold the user number “0 to 9” key for 3 seconds. A double beep is played and all status LEDs light on. 2. Enter the master code or present the master tag. A high beep is played and all status LEDs start flashing. 3.

  • Page 13: Indicator Lights (*)

    Indicator lights (*) The front cover of the keypad features LED indicators which show the status of your security system. LED 1 indicator “system armed” On: Total set is being armed. Flashing slowly: Partial set is being armed. Flashing quickly: Annex set is being armed. Off: The system is disarmed.

  • Page 14: Keypad Tones

    Keypad tones Sequence of 3 modulated When arming total set, sounds. confirms that the control TOTAL SET panel has received a valid ARMING code or TAG and is Duration: 4 seconds preparing to arm total set. PARTIAL When arming the partial or Sequence of 2 modulated annex set, confirms that the sounds.

  • Page 15: Maintenance And Recommendations

    Maintenance and recommendations  Check your system (once a month or according to your operator’s specifications).  Avoid shocks to all the components and especially avoid dropping the Tags.  Do not immerse components in water.  Do not use detergents to clean the components. Use a dry cloth only.

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    INCLUDED WITH THIS PRODUCT. THERE IS A RISK OF EXPLOSION IF THE CORRECT BATTERY IS NOT USED. REPLACE ONLY WITH LITHIUM BATTERY TYPE CR123A Please contact your local authorized Honeywell representative for product warranty information. All data and images in this document are subject to change without prior notice...

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    ANNEX A Indicator lights if keypad installed with PMI panels The front cover of the keypad features LED indicators which show the status of your security system. LED 1 indicator “system status” On: Total set is being armed. Flashing: Partial or Annex set is being armed. Off: The system is disarmed.

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    Tel: +33 (0)4 92 94 29 50 Fax: +33 (0)4 92 94 29 60 www.honeywell.com/security/fr 800-20982-A 2015 Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners. All right reserved...

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