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Section 3 Navigation And Basic Feature Tour; Home Screen - Honeywell AlarmNet 7810iR Installation And Setup Gude

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Home Screen
The 7810iR uses a Graphical User Interface (GUI). The user programs and controls the unit
by pressing the required touch screen buttons.
The 7810iR home screen is shown below. New incoming alarms are displayed using Contact
ID or ADEMCO high-speed format in the New Alarm Window. When a new alarm is
received it will be displayed in the New Alarm Window until the alarm is transmitted to the
line card or automation equipment. When the alarm message is transmitted, it is moved
from the New Window to the Alarm History Window.
When being used in Manual Mode, the operator must press the Silence Alert Button and
Display Next Button to move the message into the History Window.
Alarm History Window
The AlarmNet Setup Button is used to access all the 7810iR programmable features.
The Status Displays from left to right are used to indicate network status, operating mode
and overall system status respectively.
The Mode Override Doughnut allows the operator to quickly select manual mode while in
either Line Card or Automation Mode if Fail to Manual Mode is selected.
The Time Button is used to manually set the 7810iR time zone. Normally, the 7810iR time
is synchronized to the AlarmNet network so the user need only set the local time zone.
Navigation and Basic Feature Tour
N e w A l a r m W i n d o w
Display Button
Setup Button
Mode Override Doughnut
S E C T I O N
Local Silence Button
Test Button
Set Time Button
Status Displays
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