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60-874-95R
Allegro
User Guide
466-1822 Rev C
February 2003
GE Interlogix

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    466-1822 Rev C February 2003 GE Interlogix www.GE-Interlogix.com Part No: 60-874-95R Allegro User Guide...

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    FCC Notices FCC Part 15 Information to the User Changes or modifications not expressly approved by GE Interlogix can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. FCC Part 15 Class B This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting to Know Your Security System Overview..............................1 The Panel ..............................1 The DTIM ...............................1 Door/Window Sensors ..........................1 Environmental Sensors ...........................1 Communicating with the Panel Entering Commands ............................2 User Interface...............................2 Wireless Touchpad............................2 Keychain Touchpad .............................2 Beeps and LEDs— How Your System Talks to You ...................2 Key Beeps ...............................2 Status Beeps ............................2 LEDs ...............................3...

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    Panel Button Programming Functions....................... 11 Access Codes ............................. 11 Primary User Code ..........................12 User Code .............................12 Setting the Time............................12 Adjusting the Panel Beep Volume ......................12 Version ...............................12 Panel Version ............................13 Phone Module Version ..........................13 Testing the System Automatic Test Features ..........................13 Manual Tests ..............................13 Sensor Test ............................13 Phone Communication Test ........................14...

  • Page 5: Getting To Know Your Security System

    Getting to Know This security system is designed to protect you, your family, and property whether you are on the premises or away. Your Security System This manual describes how to operate your system. It describes basic arming and disarming com- mands as well as programming instructions for system features.

  • Page 6: Entering Commands

    Entering Commands Most of your commands to the panel consist of this basic pattern: OMMAND CCESS Not just anyone can walk up to a touchpad and operate your security system. Before the system will process most commands, users are required to enter a pre-programmed 4-digit access code. Keychain touchpads do not require an access code and are usually kept in an individual’s pocket or purse.

  • Page 7: Leds

    • Sensor test beeps are the sounds the system makes during a sensor test to indicate the number of packets the panel received. LEDs The touchpad has two LEDs which allow you to determine the current system status at a glance. The red LED is labeled Armed and the green LED is labeled Ready.

  • Page 8: Guidelines For Preventing Accidental Alarms

    To abort a non-fire alarm: 1. Panel displays E + type of alarm. NTER 2. Enter your access code. The panel displays A and sounds one beep. BORTED Guidelines for Preventing Accidental Alarms Following these guidelines will go a long way toward preventing accidental alarms. •...

  • Page 9: Fire Panic Alarm

    Fire Panic Alarm If your system includes smoke and fire detectors, it monitors the premises for smoke and fire alarms 24 hours a day and in all arming levels. These alarms cannot be aborted and are always reported to the central station. Since many com- munities charge for dispatching the fire department in error, your dealer may give you specific instructions to follow in the event of an accidental smoke or fire alarm.

  • Page 10: Arming Level 1-disarmed

    No matter which level your system is in, all sensors programmed to be active 24 hours a day will continue to report alarm conditions. This includes smoke detectors, fire sensors, panic buttons, and environmental sensors. Level 3—Doors, Windows, and Motions All perimeter and interior sensors are active.

  • Page 11: Arming Level 3-doors, Windows, And Motions

    To arm to Level 2 using the panel keypad: 1. Close all protected perimeter doors and windows. Note If Quick Arm feature is on, 2. Press once. The panel displays an access code is not Enter Code TO ARM required to arm the system 3.

  • Page 12: Quick Exit

    2. Press to increase the arming level each time it is pressed (Level 1 to Level 2, or Level 2 to Level 3). The Exit Delay time will begin. Quick Exit Your system may be set up so that when your system is armed, you’re able to press the Quick Exit button on the touchpad.

  • Page 13: Silent Exit

    Silent Exit Use the Silent Exit feature to arm your system without disturbing people throughout the house with arming status beeps. By pressing the silent exit button prior to arming or during the exit delay will mute the time progress tones at the panel. If silent exit is selected, the exit delay is dou- bled.

  • Page 14: Arming While A Door Or Window Is Open

    The system arms to Level 3 regardless of whether or not a delay door has been opened and closed. If feature turned off. Your movement inside the premises could activate a motion detector, causing an alarm. The dealer/installer can turn this feature on or off for you. See Table B4: System Options, on Note If arming to Level 3 with No page 19, to see if this feature is available to you.

  • Page 15: Checking The Status Of Your System

    • Close bypassed doors and/or windows and arm your system again. • Change arming levels or disarm system. The system sounds arming level beeps to indicate that the system is armed and open sensors have been successfully bypassed. Checking the Status of Your System Checking the system status means finding out about the current condition of your system.

  • Page 16: Primary User Code

    Table B2: on page 18 provides a location for you to record the actual user names and codes of each. Primary User Code There is one Primary User code which allows you to perform all system operations and user Note The primary user code can programming.

  • Page 17: Panel Version

    Panel Version To display the panel version: 1. Press until you see VERSION. 2. Press The current panel version is displayed. Phone Module Version To display the phone module version: 1. Press until you see PHONE MODULE. 2. Press once and then to display the current phone module version.

  • Page 18: Phone Communication Test

    Table 6: Sensor “Tripping” Instructions Number Sensor Do This of Beeps DTIM Initiate a sensor test. Door/Window Open the secured door or window. Carbon Monoxide Alarm Unplug the CO Alarm. Plug it back in, wait 10 seconds then press the TEST/RESET button until the unit beeps 8 times. Glass Guard Tap the glass 3 or 4 inches from the sensor.

  • Page 19: Silencing Trouble Beeps

    Silencing Trouble Beeps To silence trouble beeps: Perform a system status check by pressing on a touchpad. If possible, correct the situation which is causing the trouble beeps. If this is not possible, contact your installer/dealer. If the problem is not corrected, trouble beeps and messages will restart 4 hours, (if fire related) to10 hours (if non-fire related) later.

  • Page 20: Appendix A: Troubleshooting

    Appendix A: Troubleshooting Feature Problem Action/Solution Panel Power Panel display indicates System Low Battery. Note If AC power was out for a long period of time, the battery may not be fully charged. The power in the emergency backup battery is low and must be recharged or replaced. If AC power is out, the security system may shut down once the battery is below the operating level.

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    Feature Problem Action/Solution Perform a sensor test, if trouble condition persists contact your installer/dealer. Smoke sensor beeps once every minute. Sensor batteries are getting low. Replace batteries. Contact your installer/dealer if necessary. Wireless Touchpad System doesn’t respond to commands entered from wireless touchpad. Check for dead battery.

  • Page 22: Appendix B: User Reference

    Appendix B: Appendix B contains specific information about the setup of your system. The User Sheets User Reference should be completed by the installer and user. System Information Table B1: Version Information System Information Version Panel SW Version Panel HW Version DTIM SW Version DTIM HW Version User Codes...

  • Page 23: Automatic Phone Test

    Table B3: Entry and Exit Delay Doors Door Door Location Automatic Phone Test An automatic phone test is performed every ______ days. Table B4: System Options Feature My System Includes: Quick Arm Yes. Press the button to the level desired. LOCK No.

  • Page 24: If The Power Goes Out

    Table B5: Sensor Information Sensor Sensor Sensor Text Sensor Type Number Group If the Power Goes Out Your system has a backup battery that keeps your system operational up to 24 hours during a Note In the event your system power failure.

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    Table B6: Normal Mode (Continued) Condition Visual Display Audible Response Sensor test in progress SENSOR TEST, followed by sensors to be Four beeps every minute for the last 5 tested minutes. One beep every second for the last minute. Sensors to be tested TEST <Zone<...

  • Page 26: Siren

    Siren The siren is capable of low and high sounds. Low level sounds for non-alarm cases such as key- presses and trouble beeps. High level sounds are used for alarm situations. Table B7: Volume Level and Pattern Action Volume Level Pattern Entry delay Programmed Level...

  • Page 27: Appendix C: Planning For Emergencies

    Appendix C: Develop plans for a variety of emergency situations. Periodically discuss and rehearse emer- Planning for gency plans that include the following: Emergencies • Understand how to use your security system. • Know the normal state of doors and windows; open, closed, or locked. •...

  • Page 28: If Your System Needs Service

    Note Although having an alarm system can make you eligi- ble for reduced insurance premiums, the system is no substitute for insurance. Figure 1. Example Floor Plans and Guidelines If Your System Needs Service If you have any questions about your security system or if it ever needs servicing, please contact your apartment manager or security dealer.

  • Page 29: Notices

    This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by GE Interlogix. Inc. can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Patent Numbers: 4.855.713 and 4,864,636...

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    GE Interlogix 2266 Second Street North ©2003 GE Interlogix. Allegro and Dialog are trademarks of GE Interlogix. ToolBox is a North Saint Paul MN 55109 registered trademark of GE Interlogix. All other trademarks are properties of their owners. All rights reserved.

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