Group 5 — Option 4 Keypad Panic
When enabled (set to 1) this option gives a double-push panic button facility on the
keypad. Both the
panic alarm. The panic condition is indicated by all zone LEDs on the keypad(s)
Panic Alarms are affected by system option 5.3.1 Engineer Reset for Alarms.
Group 5 — Option 5 Keypad Lockout
When enabled (set to 1) this option locks-out the keypad if 20 keys are pressed
without a valid code being entered. This lockout lasts for 10 minutes. Keypad lock-
out is indicated by two illuminated zone LEDs on the keypad scrolling up and down
in opposite directions.
A keypad lockout may be cancelled by operating a zone programmed as keyswitch.
Group 5 — Option 6 Bell Output
When set to 0 the Bell output is positive removed (negative applied) — set to 0 by
When set to 1 the Bell output is positive applied (negative removed).
Group 5 — Option 7 Trigger Output
When set to 0 the Trigger output defaults to positive removed (negative applied) —
set to 0 by default.
When set to 1 the Trigger output is positive applied (negative removed).
System Programming — Group 9 Factory Defaults
The control panel programming can be reset to the factory defaults. This is done
from Programming Mode by pressing 981.
If the Engineer or Master User Codes have been lost they can be defaulted separately
from the rest of the system. This is done from Day Mode:
• Power down the control.
• Re-power the control.
• Hold down
The Engineer Code is now 9090 and the Master Code is 1234.
and # buttons must be held down for two seconds to generate the
and # keys together until two beeps are heard.
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Table 3.10 Group 9 System Options.
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