Alarm Memory; About The Built-In Indicators - Honeywell 5110XM User Manual

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Alarm Memory

When an alarm, supervisory or trouble condition occurs, the keypad displays the number(s)
of the zone(s) that caused the problem, and displays the type of condition present (ex. Fire,
Alarm, Supv., Check). The display remains until it is cleared by entering your User Code +
[OFF] key a second time or by pressing the SILENCE/RESET button a second time if no
keypad is present.

ABOUT THE BUILT-IN INDICATORS

The LED indicators, SILENCE/RESET button and WARNING buzzer (shown below) are
located on the control's main board inside the control's enclosure. The LED indicators are
visible through a viewing window on the door of the enclosure. The enclosure door must be
opened with the supplied key to gain access to the SILENCE/RESET button.
LED Indicators
AC POWER – Lights when AC power is present.
Turns off when AC power is low or not present
and system is operating from battery power.
BATTERY TROUBLE – Lights when battery
power is low or disconnected. Turns off when
battery is OK.
COMMUNICATION FAILURE – Lights when
attempts to transmit a message to the central
station have failed. Remains unlit when there
are no problems with central station message
transmission.
LINE FAULT – Lights when either the main or
back-up phone lines are faulted. Remains unlit
when both phone lines are okay.
SILENCED – Lights when the built-in warning
buzzer, the remote keypad buzzer and external
alarm sounders have been silenced. Otherwise
remains unlit.
SUPERVISORY – Lights when a Fire
Supervisory condition occurs in the system. Turns off when the supervisory condition is fixed
and the Silence/Reset button is pressed.
ALARM – Lights when a Fire Alarm occurs in the system. Turns off when the alarm is fixed
and the Silence/Reset button is pressed.
TROUBLE – Lights when a Fire Trouble condition occurs in the system. Turns off when the
trouble condition is fixed and the Silence/Reset button is pressed.
Warning Buzzer – Produces a temporal pulsing sound for fire alarms, steady sound for
emergency alarms, and rapid on/off pulsing sound for supervisory and trouble conditions.
AC POWER
(GREEN)
BATT TROUBLE
(YELLOW)
COMM FAIL
(YELLOW)
LINE FAULT
(YELLOW)
SILENCED
(YELLOW)
SUPERVISORY
(YELLOW)
ALARM
(RED)
TROUBLE
(YELLOW)
– 2 –
BUZZER
SILENCE/RESET
BUTTON
BACKUP DIALER
MAIN DIALER
LINE SEIZE
LINE SEIZE
LED-001-V1

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