Logging off a radio detector at the radio gateway.
Fire Safety & Security Systems
Registered radio detectors of a radio gateway can be logged off. This is possible
with or without RadioSpy.
The procedure without RadioSpy is described in the following.
The radio gateway is in normal operation.
The radio detector to be logged off is in normal operation.
1. Press the button in the radio gateway longer than 3 seconds:
Yellow LED is flashing slowly
2. Remove the radio detector DOW 1171 from the base, or remove the batttery of
the radio detector SMF6120.
The radio gateway recognizes the radio detector to be removed (with the
SMF6120 this takes up to 2 minutes)
The yellow and green LED in the radio gateway are alternatingly flashing
3. Press the button in the radio gateway longer than 3 seconds
The LEDs are off
The logout is confirmed
The radio detector is logged off and the radio gateway changes into normal
operation (the DOW1171 signals the correct logout additionally by the
permanent flashing of the status indicator)
Cancelling the logout prior to the confirmation
Briefly press the button in the radio gateway
The radio detector remains registered and the radio gateway changes into
When radio detectors are defective, or when more than one radio detector is recognized for removal,
the red and yellow LEDs are alternatingly flashing rapidly. In this case the RadioSpy must be used to
4.5.1 RadioSpy, Page 15
5.7 Status indication on the radio gateway, Page 22