OMNI-408/OMNI-408EU Installation and Setup Guide
Quick Bypass is a programmable option (see Question 07, Location 3 of the programming sequence)
that allows the user to bypass zones without using a user code.
Press the [BYPASS] key, followed by a number from 1 to 8 which represents the zone to be bypassed.
Example: To bypass zone 2, enter:
Exit Bypass is a programmable option (see Question 26, Location 4 of the programming sequence). If
set, any delay zone or interior that is violated at the end of exit time will be bypassed for that armed
period. This feature, if selected, takes precedence over exit error.
All burglary zones that are bypassed can be automatically unbypassed upon system disarm. 24-hour
zones that have been bypassed are unbypassed only if they are normal. This feature is ALWAYS
This function removes an existing bypass from a currently bypassed zone only while the system is
disarmed. The procedure is the same as Bypass.
User Code Programming
User codes can be entered or modified directly through the keypad. The system contains up to six user
codes (4 digits each) with the following applications:
1. User Number 1 - programs all user codes (1-6); cannot be deleted.
2. User Number 5 - can be programmed as an arm-only user in Question 07, Location 4. This means
that the user code can only arm, but not disarm, the system. Typically, this is used for a maid
service or any person with limited access.
3. User Number 6 - can be programmed as an Ambush code if there is an Ambush CS transmission
code programmed into Question 19, Locations 1 and 2. In this mode, entry of the user number 6
code will arm or disarm the system and transmit the Ambush code to the central station.
Master User (see note 1)
Arm Only (see note 2)
Ambush (see note 3)