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INTELLIGUARD
9000
USER'S GUIDE
INTELLIGUARD 9000
SECURITY SYSTEM
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  • Page 1 INTELLIGUARD 9000 ™ USER’S GUIDE ™ INTELLIGUARD 9000 SECURITY SYSTEM...
  • Page 2 NOTICE The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. These certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS This User’s Guide applies to Intelliguard 9000 and Intelliguard 4900 systems. Welcome Customized Security at Your Service ..........5, 6 Control Center Quick User Guide ................... 7 Area Keypad Quick Reference Guide ................9 Control Center Command Arming Using Help to find an Area ..............
  • Page 4 Force Arm of a Defective Area .............. 35 Partial Arming Arm an Area’s Perimeter Points, Excluding Interior Points ....37 ID Number Management Add New ID Number ..............39, 40 Delete ID Number ................41 Authority Levels ................... 42 Modify ID Number ................43, 44 Code Entry Code Entry ...................
  • Page 5: Welcome

    WELCOME Message Description ................ 52, 53 Customized Security at Your Service Your Intelliguard 9000™ is a very powerful security system that is equally practical, since it is customized to your business and security needs, even as they change. This brief survey of the Intelliguard 9000™ structure and basic operation will familiarize you with the key words used (in bold).
  • Page 6 Using this Guide Not that you have an idea of what the Intelliguard 9000™ is all about, you are ready to learn how to use it daily. Each section in this Guide describes a series of commands, such as those used to arm or disarm the system.
  • Page 7: Control Center

    CONTROL CENTER 1. Quick User Guide DISPLAY SCROLL UP DISARM CANCEL ACCEPT HELP ACCESS TO: CUSTOMER SUPPORT PHONE NO. ADDITIONAL LOG OR AREA INFORMATION SCROLL DOWN MODE ACCESS TO: OPTIONS ACCESS TO: SYSTEM STATUS BYPASS A POINT TEST ACCESS TO: RESET DETECTOR (HU) UNBYPASS A POINT HOLD-UP TEST...
  • Page 9: Area Keypad

    AREA KEYPAD 1. Quick User Guide QUICK REFERENCE ID-CODE ARM & FUNCTIONS (DISARM) = Enter [ID] Enter [ID] [CODE] followed by YELLOW = Enter [CODE] GREEN = Valid AREA STATUS = Arm FLASHING = Enter 2d [ID] [CODE] = Reset detedtors = Force arm POINT STATUS = See point...
  • Page 11: Arming

    ARMING 1. Using Help to find an Area Anytime the AREA ? -- displays. Pressing shows area number 1 and name. ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press 1. Area Name Press 2. Area Name Repeat step 2 until desired area displays Press 2 sets 2 beeps...
  • Page 12: Arm An Area With A Code

    2. Arm an Area with a Code ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press AREA ? – Enter the AREA # to arm. ID ? – – Enter your ID #. ID ? # # 2 BEEPS CODE ? – – – – Enter your CODE #.
  • Page 13: Arm Several Areas With A Code

    3. Arm Several Areas with a Code ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press AREA ? – Press ID ? – – Enter your ID #. ID ? X X 2 BEEPS CODE ? – – – – Enter your CODE 2 BEEPS AREA : 12345 The areas which are disarmed and you have authorization to arm are shown.
  • Page 15: Disarming

    2 BEEPS REQUEST ACCEPTED AREA # DISARMED NOTE 2: The “#” symbol indicates the selected AREA number. 1 LONG TONE ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm To stop the long tone, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm During the entry delay the display will show...
  • Page 16: Disarm Several Areas With A Code

    The areas to which you have authorization to disarm are shown. Pressing the area number will remove or add an area to the selection. Press REQUEST ACCEPTED AREA 12345 DISARMED LONG TONE To stop the long tone Press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd/hh/mm...
  • Page 17: Disarm An Area With Two Codes

    (Second) 2 BEEPS CODE ? – – – – NOTE 2: The “#” symbol indicates the selected AREA number. 1 LONG TONE ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm To stop the long tone, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 19: Testing

    END-H-U TEST FASTER RATE NOTE 4: At the end of the hold-up test, all actuators are automatically reset. Any further testing results in a FALSE POLICE DISPATCH. TEST MENU HOLD-UP TEST To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 20: Testing Of All Actuators

    NOTE 2: Now walk the protected area in front of all motion sensors, open doors and protected windows. Each time a sensor alarms, 2 beeps are heard. At the end of the test; Press END TEST To exit press TEST MENU WALK-TEST ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 21: View Arm Status

    ARM STATUS, press STATUS MENU 1—ARM STATUS To exit SYSTEM STATUS, press MODE MENU 1—SYSTEM STATUS To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm NOTE 2: While in Main display, press any number key will display immediately the ARM STATUS.
  • Page 22: View Alarm Status

    “ T “ indicates AREA is TROUBLE. “ – “ indicates AREA is NOT ACTIVE. To accept ARM STATUS, press STATUS MENU 2—ALARM STATUS exit SYSTEM STATUS, press MODE MENU 1—SYSTEM STATUS To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 23: View Area Status

    Actual statuses of the selected AREA are displayed one by one on the screen. Consult the “REFERENCE GUIDE” section for a description of the message. To exit AREA STATUS, press STATUS MENU 3—AREA STATUS To exit SYSTEM STATUS, press MODE MENU 1—SYSTEM STATUS To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 24: View Point Status

    4. View Point Status ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press ID ? – – MODE Enter your ID #. ID ? # # CODE ? – – – – Enter your CODE #. 2 BEEPS MODE MENU 1—SYSTEM STATUS To accept SYSTEM STATUS, press STATUS MENU 1—ARM STATUS...
  • Page 25: View System Events

    (2 sec) NOTE 2: A new event is displayed every time the DOWN ARROW key is pressed. “END OF LIST!” indicates the last event. To exit , press MODE MENU 3—EVENT LOG To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 27: Resetting Detectors

    — The detectors activation date and time are in UPPER CASE characters. — The detectors reset date and time are in LOWER CASE characters. Consult the “REFERENCE GUIDE section for a description of the message. To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 29: Bypassing A Point

    BYPASSING A POINT 1. Bypass a Point ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press ID ? – – Enter your ID #. ID ? # # CODE ? – – – – Enter your CODE #. 2 BEEPS OPTION MENU 1—BYPASS A POINT To accept BYPASS A POINT, press...
  • Page 31: Unbypassing A Point

    UNBYPASSING A POINT 1. Unbypass Point ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press ID ? – – Enter your ID #. ID ? # # CODE ? – – – – Enter your CODE #. 2 BEEPS OPTION MENU 1—BYPASS A POINT Press until you reach: UNBYPASS A POINT OPTION MENU 2—UNBYPASS A POINT...
  • Page 33: Late Closing

    CLOSE TIME HH:mm shown To exit CLOSE TIME hh:mm, press OPTION MENU LATE CLOSING To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 35: Force Arming

    FORCE ARMING 1. Force Arm of a Defective Area ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL NEGATIVE TONE A1 OFFICE DOOR 2 NOTE 1: Example: “A1 OFFICE DOOR 2” AREA #1, Office door #2 is open or door contact is defective. Consult the “REFERENCE GUIDE” section for a description of the message. NOTE 2: If more than one problem is detected, the first problem is displayed for two seconds, then the second problem for another two seconds, and so on until all corrections are made or accepted.
  • Page 37: Partial Arming

    MODE MENU 6—ARM PARTIAL To accept ARM PARTIAL press AREA ? _ Enter the AREA # that you want to arm partial. 2 BEEPS SUCCESS MODE MENU ARM PARTIAL To exit ARM PARTIAL, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 39: Id Number Management

    ID NUMBER MANAGEMENT 1. Add New ID Number ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press ID ? _ _ Enter your ID #. ID ? # # CODE ? _ _ _ _ Enter your CODE #. 2 BEEPS OPTION MENU 1—BYPASS A POINT Press until you reach: ID MANAGEMENT OPTION MENU...
  • Page 40 2 sets of 2 BEEPS SUCCESS ! ID MANAGEMENT 1—ADD ID To exit ID MANAGEMENT, press OPTION MENU 3—ID MANAGEMENT To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm NOTE 4: WARNING Each new ID # requires a four-digit code.
  • Page 41: Delete Id Number

    ID ? _ _ Enter the ID # you wish to delete, 2 BEEPS SUCCESS ! (2 digits) [01 to 99] ID MANAGEMENT 2—DELETE ID To exit ID MANAGEMENT, press OPTION MENU 3—ID MANAGEMENT To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 42: Authority Levels

    3. Authority Levels FUNCTION/LEVEL • Add ID # • • • • • • Bypass a Point • Delete ID # • • • Disarm • • Enter Late Closing • • • • Enter New Code • • Force Arm •...
  • Page 43: Modify Id Number

    4. Modify ID Number ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL Press ID ? _ _ Enter your ID #. ID ? # # CODE ? _ _ _ _ Enter your CODE #. 2 BEEPS OPTION MENU 1—BYPASS A POINT Press until you reach: ID MANAGEMENT OPTION MENU 3—ID MANAGEMENT...
  • Page 44: Modify Id Number

    2 sets of 2 BEEPS SUCCESS ! ID MANAGEMENT 3—MODIFY ID To exit ID MANAGEMENT, press OPTION MENU 3—ID MANAGEMENT To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm NOTE 4: WARNING Each new ID # requires a four-digit code.
  • Page 45: Code Entry

    CODE ENTRY 1. Code Entry ACTION MESSAGE SIGNAL ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm NOTE 1: Normal display is: year, month, date , time and minutes. Press ID ? _ _ MODE Enter your ID #. ID ? 0 1 If your ID # is 01, press 0 1.
  • Page 46: Enter New Code

    Enter your new CODE #. CODE ? * * * * (4 digits) [0000 to 9999] SUCCESS ! 2 BEEPS NOTE 1: “CODES DIFFERENT” indicates that the two entries are not identical. Repeat step 1. ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 47: Modify Code

    CODE ? * * * * (4 digits) [0000 to 9999] 2 BEEPS SUCCESS ! NOTE 1: “CODES DIFFERENT” indicates that the two code entities are not identical. Repeat step 1. OPTION MENU 4—CHANGE CODE To exit, press ** INTELLIGUARD 9000 ** yy/mm/dd hh:mm...
  • Page 49: Reference Guide

    MESSAGE SIGNAL Press HONEYWELL # - ### - ### - ### NOTE 1: The display indicates the Honeywell Customer Service Center telephone number to which your Intelliguard 9000™ is connected. Call HONEYWELL, ask for assistance or HONEYWELL communicate your request.
  • Page 50: Definitions And Abbreviations

    2. Definitions and Abbreviations Area. AREA Regrouping of several detection zones. Bypass. C.U. Control unit. DET. Detector. Hold-up. HOLD-UP Zone covering several points of detection linked to the hold-up actuators. (Examples: alarm, tamper and communication.) POINT Detection Point. RESET Back to initial normal status. SYSTEM Regrouping of all areas.
  • Page 51 3. Message Description A2 XXX COMM1 Messages displayed in uppercase characters indicate: THE TRIGGERING OF AN ABNORMAL CONDITION. Note 1: XXX refers to any description of an area, such as; office, production, warehouse… a2 xxx comm 1 Messages displayed in lowercase characters indicate: THE RESTORATION OF AN ABNORMAL CONDITION.
  • Page 52 3. Message Description (continued) A1 ### XXX ***5 AREA # 1, POINT #, AREA description. ZONE description # 5. Note 2: ### refers to the point number, such as; 105, 210… Note 3: *** refers to any description of a zone, such as; door, window…...
  • Page 54 Home and Building Control In Canada: Honeywell Inc. 8, place du Commerce Honeywell Plaza île des Soeurs, Verdun P.O. Box 524 (Québec) Canada H3E IN3 Minneapolis, MN 55408-0524 (514) 765-9355 www.honeywell.com 74-3045 D.A. 3-99...

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