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Glossary Of Terms - Honeywell Galaxy 16 User Manual

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Chime:
Duress:
Entry Time:
Exit Time:
Exit Terminator:
Event Log:
Final Exit:
LCD
Non–omit:
Numeric Keypad:
Omit:
PA
Part Set:
Programme:
Set:
Unset:
User Code:
Walk Test:
Security Circuit:
Zone attribute which gives an audible indication of the activation of a detector
or contact.
Applicable when a remote signalling device is fitted. A Duress code entered at
the keypad will unset the system but transmit a Duress code to the Alarm
Receiving Centre.
The preset time allowed for users to reach the keypad and unset the system.
The preset time allowed for users to leave the building after the setting routine
has been initiated.
A switch or push-button located outside the protected area and used to set the
system.
The control panel memory which stores, in sequence, a record of the system
events.
The last door closed or detector operated by the user on exit.
Liquid Crystal Display.
An alarm circuit which cannot be omitted (bypassed) by the user.
The unit comprising the LCD display and buttons that is the interface between
users and the system.
Setting the system with alarm zones excluded from the system. Only zones
programmed as "omittable" by the engineer can be omitted.
Panic Alarm: an emergency button or switch used to set off the alarm; results
in instantaneous transmission of a silent alarm signal using the remote signal-
ling device.
To set only a section of the full system.
To alter the system functions or parameters.
To arm the system.
To disarm the system.
A four digit code that identifies users to the system.
A routine test of the alarm detectors.
An alarm circuit which has been programmed to be armed
whether the system is set or not.
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