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Honeywell Galaxy 2 Series User Manual

Programmable alarm control panel
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Galaxy 2 Series

User Guide

Honeywell Security

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Galaxy 2 Series User Guide Honeywell Security...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents .............. iii Introduction ..................1 Controlling Your Alarm System ............2 Users ............................ 2 Groups ..........................2 Keypads ..........................3 Prox Tags/Cards ........................3 Wireless Keyfobs ........................ 4 Setting the System — Full Set ............4 Setting the System —...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The Galaxy 2 Series is a programmable alarm control panel that will allow you to protect your home or business by providing secure and reliable intruder detection. The system can be fully tailored by your installer to operate in the most convenient way for your lifestyle or working practice.
  • Page 6: Controlling Your Alarm System

    Group operation can only be set up by an installer. The Galaxy 2 Series can be split into three separately controllable groups. If your system has been set up with Group operation, look for the notes on Groups throughout this...
  • Page 7: Keypads

    Keypads There are two types of keypad available as shown below but both work in a similar manner. The number buttons are for entering PIN codes and for changes options. The function keys down the side have the following use: A>: This scrolls forward in a list or menu and activates a FULL set.
  • Page 8: Wireless Keyfobs

    Wireless Keyfobs Keyfobs are portable controllers that can be attached to a key ring. They will allow you to Set and Unset the system by a single press of a button and can sometimes be programmed with additional functions. Because they operate by radio, they can be used anywhere around the premises provided that they are within range of the installed radio receiver.
  • Page 9: Setting The System - Part Or Night Set

    If you hear a rapid beeping sound, the system cannot set as there are open zones. The keypad will show which zones are open. NOTE: Display not shown when Open Zone Open Zone 1044 1044 Open Zone Open Zone Open Zone 1044 1044 1044...
  • Page 10: Setting With Faults

    Setting with Faults Normally, if there is a fault of any kind on the system, setting will not be permitted until the fault is rectified. However, depending on the set-up of your system and the level of your user access, it may be possible override a fault and proceed with the setting procedure. If there are faults present when you try to set via the keypad, the following typical display will be shown: Fault Override...
  • Page 11: Cancelling An Alarm

    Cancelling an Alarm The process for cancelling an alarm is similar to unsetting the system. However, if a wireless keyfob or prox tag has been used, the alarms must be viewed on a keypad by typing in a user code and following the on-screen instructions. Only certain users are able to reset the system following an alarm condition.
  • Page 12: Setting And Unsetting Groups

    Setting and Unsetting Groups It is possible to split the alarm system into separate areas or ‘Groups’ that can be set and unset independently. Different users can be given access to only certain groups, or to all groups. Also, individual users can be given the option of simply setting and unsetting all groups assigned to their code or choosing which groups to set or unset each time.
  • Page 13: Menu Access

    Menu Access To access the other functions of the system, users can enter the menu mode by typing their PIN code and pressing the ent button. This will display the first menu item after showing system status for five seconds. 10 = Setting 10 = Setting 10 = Setting...
  • Page 14: Menu 11 - Omit Zones

    Menu 11 - Omit Zones This function allows a user to temporarily disable a detection zone from the system (for example, to disable a movement detector when a dog is left in the house). Zone omits last for one set period only and automatically switch off when the system is unset. On entering the menu option, the first omittable zone is displayed.
  • Page 15: Menu 22 - View Log

    Menu 22 - View Log This option displays the system event log. The log records all events that occur in the system and is vital for tracing the chain of events during a break-in or when trying to trace a fault. On entering the option, the most recent event is displayed on screen in the following format: Event Time Date...
  • Page 16: Menu 31 - Walk Test

    Menu 31 - Walk Test This menu allows the zones to be manually tested. There are two sub-options to this function as follows: 1 = Test all Zones This puts all omittable zones into walk test immediately. 2 = Test Selected Zones This allows the user to select specific zones to be put into test.
  • Page 17 User 1 User 1 * 1 2 3 4 * 1 2 3 4 0 1 User 1 User 1 User 1 * 1 2 3 4 * 1 2 3 4 * 1 2 3 4 User(L2) User(L2) User(L2) User(L2) User(L2) The A>...
  • Page 18: Menu 44 - Mobile Numbers

    7 = Duress The duress function, when enabled, forces a panic signal to be sent to the monitoring station each time the user PIN, fob or tag is used. Duress codes should only be used in emergency situations when there is a threat to life. Menu 44 - Mobile Numbers This option allows the SMS text messaging feature to be altered.
  • Page 19: Zone Reference Table

    Zone Reference Table RIO 00 ZONE FUNCTION DESCRIPTION CHIME OMIT PART 1001 1002 1003 1004 RIO 01 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 1018 Installer Details...
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