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Honeywell Galaxy Flex User Manual

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  • Page 1: User Guide

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

    Contents Introduction ..................5 Controlling your alarm system ............6 Users ........................6 Panel control ....................... 6 Groups ........................ 6 Keypad ........................ 7 Prox tags and cards .................... 8 Wireless keyfobs ....................8 Set the system – full set ..............9 Set the system –...
  • Page 4 All Set (19 ent) ....................17 Display Zones (21 ent) ..................17 Display Log (22 ent) ..................18 System (23 ent) ....................19 Print (24 ent) ..................... 19 Access Doors (25 ent) ..................20 Walk Test (31 ent) ..................... 20 Output Test (32 ent) ..................
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction The FLEX is a programmable alarm control panel that enables 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

    Controlling your alarm system Users Each person who uses the system is described as a User and has a unique identity in the form of a PIN code, prox tag or wireless keyfob, or a combination of all three. You can assign different access levels to users so that they can control specific alarm system functions.
  • Page 7: Keypad

    Keypad Your system will have at least one Mk8 keypad. Mk8 LCD keypad The number buttons are for entering PIN codes and for changing options. The function keys down the side have the following use: To scroll forward in a list or menu and activate a FULL set. A►...
  • Page 8: Prox Tags And Cards

    Prox tags and cards Prox tags and cards are devices that contain a microchip that has a unique serial number. This number is read and identified by the system when you hold the tag or card in front of a prox reader. Prox tags and cards enable you to set and unset the system only.
  • Page 9: To Set Entire System

    Set the system – full set To set the system, make sure all doors are closed and windows are secure. The system cannot be set if there has previously been an alarm that has not been reset. To set the entire system: 1.
  • Page 10: Set The System - Part Set

    Set the system – part set Part setting is similar to full setting but omits certain detectors as agreed with your installer. Additionally, the system can be programmed by the installer not to give any exit timer tones during the setting period (Silent set). To Part set: 1.
  • Page 11: Tcb800M Button Combinations

    TCB800M keyfob The TCB800M is a multi-function keyfob. However, depending on how your installer has configured the keyfob, you may not have access to all of the functions detailed in Table 1 below. Table 1 TCB800m button combinations Function LEDs Comments Button Combinations...
  • Page 12: Set With Faults

    Set with faults Although not normally permitted, you can set with a fault if your system is programmed for this and you have the correct user access level. If there are faults present when you try to set via the keypad, the fault override message is displayed: text 2 FAULTS...
  • Page 13: Cancel An Alarm

    Cancel 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, you can only view alarms on a keypad by typing in your user code and following the onscreen instructions. Only certain users are able to reset the system following an alarm condition.
  • Page 14: Set And Unset Groups

    Set and unset groups It is possible to split the alarm system into separate areas or groups that can be set and unset independently. Users can be assigned: access to any combination of groups, the option to set and unset all their groups together, or the option to choose individual groups to set and unset.
  • Page 15: Menu Mode

    Menu mode To enter menu mode: Enter your PIN code, and then press . The first menu category is displayed. 10=SETTING [ent] to Select You can then: Navigate around the menu using the scroll keys ( ), the key and the key.
  • Page 16: Omit Zones (11 Ent)

    Omit Zones (11 ent) Use this option to disable a detection zone temporarily. For example, you could disable a movement detector when leaving a dog in the house. Zone omits last for one set period only and automatically reset when the system is unset. To omit a particular zone: 1.
  • Page 17: Silent Part (17 Ent)

    Silent Part (17 ent) Use this option to set all zones that have the part attribute enabled. There is a normal timed exit procedure without sounders. In the event of an alarm occurring during a Silent Part set, for example a fire alarm, the system reverts to normal operation.
  • Page 18: Display Log (22 Ent)

    Note: If groups are enabled, the group is shown after the zone address. 1001A1 CLOSED ZONE1 On the bottom row, the description of the zone is shown to aid identification. to scroll to other zones in the system. Press to show additional diagnostic information for that zone. This may be required for fault finding when talking to the alarm installation company by phone.
  • Page 19: System (23 Ent)

    System (23 ent) Use this option to see an overview of the system configuration. Two lines of information are displayed at a time. Groups 1 to 8 are displayed Groups Group status U = Unset, S = Set, P = Part set and L = Locked-out for each of the groups displayed Version Software version...
  • Page 20: Access Doors (25 Ent)

    Access Doors (25 ent) Use this option to display event log information about access control events. The events can also be filtered by: Individual DCM or MAX readers Individual Users Walk Test (31 ent) Use this option to view tested and untested zones and to activate a walk test. We recommend you perform a walk test every month.
  • Page 21: Output Test (32 Ent)

    Output Test (32 ent) Use this option to test the external bell and strobe. To test a bell or strobe: 1. Select either bell or strobe, and then press . The device state (on or off) is displayed. 2. Press to toggle the status on or off to test the device.
  • Page 22 Most users can only access the PIN option. Depending on user level, the programmable options for each user are listed below: 01=Modify PIN Use this option to enter a new 4, 5, or 6 digit PIN code. 02=Modify Level Use this option to assign one of these user types: †...
  • Page 23 06=Card Number Use this option to assign a card, tag or fob number to a user and reference it to the system. Card number can contain one of the following: the serial number from an access control card the 10 digit number etched onto the card/fob/tag a number generated by the RF RIO identifying an RF Keyfob button the decrypted code of cards/tags self learned into the system for use with the keyprox...
  • Page 24: Card Users (42 Ent 2 Ent)

    09=Template You must allocate an access template to every user on the system. An access template is a list of groups and time schedules that govern card access through doors and can be assigned to multiple users. The use of access templates reduces programming time and complexity.
  • Page 25: Summer (43 Ent)

    6=Batch DCM Rdr Use this option to set the DCM reader used for enrolment. Press to return the system to the default reader. 7=Template User Use this option to turn a user’s access authority and non-unique attributes into a template, when using the 1=Add Batch function. Summer (43 ent) Use this option to change the summer time start and end dates.
  • Page 26: Eng Access (48 Ent 1 Ent)

    Eng Access (48 ent 1 ent) Use this option to authorize access by an installation or service engineer. To authorize access: 1. Enter your level 6 PIN code. 2. Press . The engineer has 5 minutes to enter his own code. 48 ent 1 ent 1 ent Zone reference table ZONE...
  • Page 27: Compliance

    Compliance This product is suitable for use in systems compliant to EN50131-1:2006 + A1: 2009 and PD6662: 2004 & 2010. This product has been tested for compliance to EN50131-3: 2009 by BRE Global Ltd. Security Grade: Environmental class: Installer details Name Address Telephone...
  • Page 32 © Copyright Honeywell Security 800-08754-01 Rev A1...

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