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1. Defaulting the panel to factory
defaults (using the 'Kill' jumper)
When installed, the control panel needs to be defaulted
to factory defaults. This option resets all programming to
the factory default. All programming will be erased and
all options will have the standard values. (Real time
clock will be reset).
Follow the next steps:
1.
Remove all power to the control panel (mains and
battery)
2.
Shorten the "KILL" jumper
3.
Wait 30 seconds
4.
Open the "KILL" jumper
The panel is now back to factory defaults.
2. Powering up the panel
On the initial power-up:
The ATS control panel LED's should indicate:
L1 -
Slow flashing
Comms Tx - Rapid flashing
Comms Rx - Rapid flashing (If RAS 1 connected
and functional)
The Master LCD Arming Station (RAS 1) should
have all area LED ON and the LCD should display
the name "Aritech Systems" followed by details of
the Arming Station software version.
A LCD RAS will also prompt you to Press the [MENU*]
key.
Press the [MENU*] key followed by [ENTER]. The
normal LCD display message shown below appears:
There Are No Alarms In This Area
Code:
If there is a system condition, it is displayed on the top
line.
If the Master RAS powers up with no LED ON and there
is no LCD display, then no power has been applied to
the RAS. If the Master RAS powers up with all the LED
flashing, the LCD reads "System Fault" and the control
panel conditions as described above are correct, then:
The system databus cabling must be faulty, or
The Arming Station address has been incorrectly set
(RAS 1 = All dipswitches OFF).

3. Disarming the system

You must disarm the system before you can use the
Installer Menu.
To disarm the system
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ROGRAMMING
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Press 1 1 2 2 (Manager PIN code), [OFF] followed by 0
(select all areas) and then [ENTER].
If you are unable to disarm the system using the
Manager PIN Code and the [OFF] key, then you might
need to default the panel.
4. Defaulting the panel to factory
defaults (using Menu 14)
99-ALL – This option resets all programming to the
factory default. All programming will be erased and all
options will have the standard values. (Real time clock
will not be affected).
For other options refer to the ATS2000/3000/4000/4500
programming guide
To default the panel programming settings
1. Enter [Menu*] 1 2 7 8 and press [ENTER] to access
the ATS menu.
2.
Press 19 [ENTER] to access the programming
menu. The following display appears:
Simple/Advanced Menu
* - Advanced
3. Press * to access the Advanced Menu
4. Press 14 [ENTER] to access the Default menu
5. Press 99 [ENTER]. Panel is now defaulted.
5. Entering the ATS menu
Enter [Menu*] 1 2 7 8 and press [ENTER]. The following
display appears:
0-Exit, ENTER-Down, *-Up
0-Exit, Menu:
You can now enter the desired menu number.
See the programming and manager guide
6. Entering the programming menu to
program the system
To enter to the programming menu
1. Press [MENU*] 1 2 7 8 and press [ENTER] to
access the ATS menu.
2. Press 19 and [ENTER] to access the programming
menu. The following display appears:
Simple/Advanced Menu
* - Advanced
ATS2000/3000/4000/4500 Quick Programming Guide

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