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  • Page 1 FBII Security System FBII Security System FBII Security System FBII Security System ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® User Guide N9939V5 4/04 Rev. A...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents QUICK REFERENCE ........................3 INTRODUCTION ........................... 6 SYSTEM REFERENCE ........................ 7 ARMING THE SYSTEM......................10 DISARMING THE SYSTEM ....................... 14 USER CODES ..........................15 MISCELLANEOUS COMMANDS....................16 USING A PAGER........................22 TESTING THE SYSTEM ......................24 RECOMMENDATIONS ON SMOKE DETECTORS..............25 EMERGENCY EVACUATION ....................
  • Page 3: Quick Reference

    Quick Reference TO ARM THE SYSTEM 1. Check to make sure the system is ready. (The Green READY light is lit.) 2. Enter your 4-digit (or 6-digit) user code. The ARMED/ light will light. 3. Exit through a door designated by your installer as an exit/entry door. NOTE: If you DO NOT EXIT during the exit time and your system installer has programmed your system for Auto-Stay, the system will arm in the Auto-Stay mode.
  • Page 4 Quick Reference (cont) The following table lists the “Quick Commands” available with this control. Description Keypads Comments Quick Arm – if system is ready All keypads Allows you to arm the system without requiring your user code. User code is always needed to disarm the system.
  • Page 5 Quick Reference (Cont’d) The following table provides a summary listing of LED indications when using a LED keypad. SLOW PULSE FAST BLINK SLOW BLINK INDICATOR (approx. 600mS ON (approx. 150mS ON (approx. 100mS ON – 600mS OFF) – 150mS OFF) –...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Introduction Congratulations on your decision to protect your home or business with the OMNI ® security system. You have chosen a reliable, state-of-the-art security system that is remarkably easy to operate. Your system has been professionally installed by your local Security Company whose representative can explain the specifics of your system.
  • Page 7: System Reference

    System Reference ZONE DESCRIPTIONS In the following table, enter a description of the area of protection for each zone. Example: Zone 1 Windows on North side of building. Zone 4 Main entrance to building. Zone Description Zone Description * Zones 9 through 48 are not used with the OMNI400. Zones 13 through 48 are not used with the OMNI600.
  • Page 8 System Reference (cont) SEND-HELP ALERT All keypads are equipped with emergency-pair keys. In order to activate the alert, both keys must be pressed at the same time. The type of keypad you have installed dictates which keys you press. Your installer will show you how to activate these emergency keys.
  • Page 9 System Reference (cont) USER CODE ASSIGNMENTS In the following table, enter the names of the individuals assigned to each user number. User Assigned To… User Assigned To… * User Codes 16 through 64 are not used with the OMNI400 or OMNI600. User Codes 33 through 64 are not used with the OMNI624.
  • Page 10: Arming The System

    Arming the System IS THE SYSTEM READY? You can arm and disarm the burglar portion of your security system. Before you can arm the system, it must be “ready.” If you have a protected door open, or someone is moving in view of a motion detector, the system will not display the “READY”...
  • Page 11 Arming the System (cont) WHEN THE SYSTEM IS NOT READY ✔ If the system is not ready to be armed, the READY/ light will be off and the display will show which zone or zones are not ready. The following conditions will be indicated by the zone lights (LED keypad) or described on the display: Fast Blink .......
  • Page 12 Arming the System (cont) TO ARM THE SYSTEM IN INSTANT MODE In INSTANT mode, all alarm sensors, including doors that normally have a delay to allow you to disarm the system, will report an alarm immediately if activated. ✔ Check to make sure the system is READY/ .
  • Page 13 Arming the System (cont) TO BYPASS A ZONE The Bypass function excludes a zone of protection from the security system until it is unbypassed (either by using the unbypass procedure or when you disarm the system). Bypassing can only be done while the system is disarmed. NOTE: 24-hour zones may be bypassed, but can only be unbypassed if the zone is not faulted (condition has been cleared).
  • Page 14: Disarming The System

    Disarming the System When you disarm the system, you disarm only the burglar portion of your system; any smoke or heat detectors and panic keys will remain armed. You must enter through a designated entry door and disarm the system within the time allowed. You can have different amounts of time for different entry points.
  • Page 15: User Codes

    User Codes TO ADD OR CHANGE A USER CODE Users can be added or changed directly at the keypad. Your system can have up to 15 (OMNI400 and OMNI600), 32 (OMNI624), or 64 (OMNI848) different user codes, with each assigned to one of four authority levels and to a primary partition (OMNI624 and OMNI848 only).
  • Page 16: Miscellaneous Commands

    Miscellaneous Commands TO DELETE A USER CODE To delete a user, press the CODE/ button followed by the 4-digit (or 6-digit) master user code. Enter the user number, then press [#] to delete. For example, to delete user 3, do the following: Master User Code User ID # to delete...
  • Page 17 Miscellaneous Commands (cont) QUICK BYPASS If you have Quick Bypass programmed for your system, you can bypass zones without entering your user code. The Quick Bypass procedure is: 2-digit Zone No. (e.g., 01 for zone 1) BYPASS NOTE: Bypassed zones are not protected when the system is armed. After the bypass command has been accepted, the keypad sounds one long beep.
  • Page 18 Miscellaneous Commands (cont) CHANGE PARTITION (OMNI624 and OMNI848 ONLY) To arm or disarm other partitions from your keypad, enter the following: [1-3, 0, 9] where: 1-3* = the desired partition you wish to change to When you enter a partition number (1-3*), the system displays the current armed state for that partition.
  • Page 19 Miscellaneous Commands (cont) VIEW QUICK COMMAND LIST (LCD Keypads on OMNI624 and OMNI848 ONLY) To view a display of available quick commands, press: To step through the available quick commands, press To exit the quick command list, press VIEW TIME (LCD KEYPADS ONLY) To view the system time, press: .
  • Page 20 Miscellaneous Commands (cont) DISPLAY ZONE DIRECTORY (LCD KEYPADS ONLY) To view a list of the zones in the current partition, press . The zones will automatically scroll. USER LOG VIEW (LCD KEYPADS ONLY) To view the system log, press: + user code.* (*The user code is not required if so programmed by installer.) When the command is accepted, the display will show the most recent event.
  • Page 21 Miscellaneous Commands (cont) OMNI-LCD or OMNI-LCD-US: Press and hold down the INSTANT keys at the same time for about two seconds. Press the CODE key to toggle the display between: Backlight 120s time out …. and …. Backlight Always On Press the [✱] key to exit this Backlight menu.
  • Page 22: Using A Pager

    Using a Pager If so programmed, the system can send messages to a pager. The messages are displayed as follows: where: A C C T E X X X = the 4-digit central station No. 1 account number set by your system "ACCT"...
  • Page 23 Using a Pager (cont) The [#], [5], [8] command is accessible only while the system is disarmed and the dialer, dialer delay, and bell are not active. In pager phone number programming mode, only the LCD keypad provides visual display of the numbers already programmed or numbers that are being changed.
  • Page 24: Testing The System

    Testing the System SYSTEM TEST It is recommended that you test your system once a week using the following procedure: NOTE: If your system is monitored, contact your central station before you perform this test. 1. Arm your security system. 2.
  • Page 25: Recommendations On Smoke Detectors

    Recommendations On Smoke Detectors With regard to the number and placement of smoke/heat detectors, we subscribe to the recommendations contained in the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Standard #72 noted below. Early warning fire detection is best achieved by the installation of fire detection equipment in all rooms and areas of the household as follows: A smoke detector installed outside of each separate sleeping area, in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and on each additional story of the family living unit, including basements...
  • Page 26: Emergency Evacuation

    Emergency Evacuation Establish and regularly practice a plan of escape in the event of fire. The following steps are recommended by the National Fire Protection Association: 1. Position your detector or your interior and/or exterior sounders so that they can be heard by all occupants. 2.
  • Page 27: Glossary

    Glossary : Small green power on-off light between the center buttons on the keypad. When lit, the system is running on primary power; when not lit, the system is running off the backup battery. ALARM: Sound from keypad or other horn/siren indicates a burglar alarm, fire alarm, or other condition you should be alerted to.
  • Page 28 Glossary (cont) EXIT DELAY: The period of time allowed between arming the system and leaving through a designated exit/entry door before the system will register an alarm condition. This is determined at the time of installation. INTERIOR ZONE: An interior zone is a group of points that protect the interior of your premises. You may want to arm the perimeter portion of your system while leaving the interior zones disarmed to allow you to open interior doors and pass interior motion detectors without causing an alarm.
  • Page 29: Radio Frequency Emissions Statements

    RADIO FREQUENCY EMISSIONS STATEMENTS FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) Part 15 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 30: Telephone Operational Problems

    EN 60950:1998 Intended use: Alarm system, analogue subscriber interface to PSTN Restrictions: None EMC environment: RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND LIGHT INDUSTRY Manufacturer: Honeywell International Inc. Address: 165 Eileen Way, Syosset NY 11791, USA Customer support: Contact your local distributor - 30 -...
  • Page 31: Limitations Of This Alarm System

    Limitations of This Alarm System While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary, fire, or other emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons.
  • Page 32: One Year Limited Warranty

    ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Honeywell International Inc., acting through its Security & Custom Electronics business ("Seller"), 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791, warrants its security equipment (the "product") to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from date of original purchase, under normal use and service. Seller's obligation is limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, free of charge for parts, labor, or transportation, any product proven to be defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service.

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