FCC. If necessary, consult X10 Technical Support for Also, the telephone company can make additional suggestions. changes to its lines, equipment, operations, or The Security Console’s telephone dialer is...
• Up to 16* Keychain Remotes with arm/disarm/panic and security light functions. • Up to 16* Handheld Security Remote with arm/disarm and panic functions, and buttons to control the security light and up to four additional X10 automation modules to operate lights and appliances around the home.
For applications where this is not practical, the console may also share a line with an existing telephone using a ‘T’ adapter. Note: The X10 Security Console is not designed to operate with an RJ31X type telephone connection. Installation...
Installation Keychain Remote BATTERY PANIC DISARM LIGHTS LIGHTS Registering the Keychain Remote with the Security Console • Fit two AAA Alkaline batteries in the battery compartment in the back of the Keychain Remote. • Press and hold the ARM button for about a second. The LED indicator flashes twice when you release it.
Installation Motion Detector 90˚ 5-6ft MOTION DETECTOR Installing the Motion Detector • Attach the Motion Detector to a wall at a height of 5 to 6 ft. using the mounting bracket and screws provided. Note: The Motion Detector has a special lens that ‘looks’ downwards. It must therefore be mounted to face outwards horizontally, i.e.
Power Horn cannot be turned off accidentally. Testing the Power Horn • Press the ON button on any X10 controller or remote which corresponds to the same House Code and Unit Code as the Power Horn, hold the button pressed for several seconds.
Other X10 products (sold separately) Modules A wide range of switch and control modules are available from X10, all of which can be controlled from the same remote controls which are used to operate the security system. Modules available include replacement wall switches, X10 controlled AC outlets, screw-in lamp modules, plug-in appliance modules and many others.
Using the Security System Console Zone Indicators The console displays the status of the first eight zones. These indicators can display four states, as follows: Steady on - means that particular door or window is open. Steady off - means that particular door or window is closed. Slow Flashing - means that particular Door/Window Sensor or Motion Detector is reporting a problem, low battery for example.
LIGHT ON or LIGHT OFF on the Remote to turn to turn off the zone indicator and flashing ARMED indicator. Press LIGHT OFF to turn off X10 Modules set to the same House Code and Unit Code as the Console.
Battery Information Door/Window Sensors and Motion Detectors Battery Replacement If any if the Console’s zone indicators flash slowly, the Motion Detector or Door/Window Sensor for that zone has not reported in during the last four hours. This is most likely caused by a dead battery.
Troubleshooting PROBLEM If you hear a repetitive trouble alarm Check the zone indicators. If a door or when you try to arm the system, and it window is open, its zone indicator is on. does not arm. If there is a problem with a Sensor or Motion Detector, its zone indicator flashes slowly.
Troubleshooting PROBLEM If you do not hear a beep from the With the Console in the RUN 2 mode, Console when you press TEST to install check that it chimes when you press a Door/Window Sensor or Motion TEST on the Door/Window Sensor, or Detector.
Intercom systems which send voice signals over existing electrical wiring may interfere with the ability to control modules from your X10 security system with the intercom in use. If the intercom system has its own separate wiring it will not cause a problem.
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