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Disarming The System - Honeywell FBII OMNI 600 User Manual

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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. See your system
reference sheet (page 7) for the times established for your system.
To disarm your system:
Enter your user code.
If no alarms have taken place, the ARMED/
shows:
LCD Keypad:
SYSTEM READY
If alarms occurred when the system was armed or if a trouble condition exists, the
display shows:
LCD Keypad:
ALM MEM
Burglary alarms will sound a steady tone at the keypad(s), and fire alarms will
generate a pulsing sound.
IMPORTANT: If an intrusion has taken place while you were away, do not enter
until the location has been checked. Call for help from a neighbor's house and wait
there for the police.
To clear the display of alarm or trouble conditions and silence the audible alert:
Enter your user code again.
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Fixed-Glass Keypad:
READY/
Fixed-Glass Keypad:
ZN1
ARM LED/
READY/
light will go off, or the display
LED Keypad:
LED lit
READY/
LED Keypad, zone LEDs:
Fast Blink = alarm or tamper
lit
Slow Blink = bypass
Slow Pulse = trouble, problem
LED blinks
with RF receiver, or low battery
Solid On = zone faulted
LED lit

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