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Command Center D1260
Owner's Manual
This system includes a telephone line seizure feature. The system may be programmed to communicate with a central
monitoring station to report system events. You will not be able to use your phone while the system is communicating
with the central monitoring station. In the unlikely event that the central station is not able to receive the report, your
phone may be unavailable for up to 20 minutes while the panel makes additional communication attempts.
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  • Page 1 Command Center D1260 Owner’s Manual This system includes a telephone line seizure feature. The system may be programmed to communicate with a central monitoring station to report system events. You will not be able to use your phone while the system is communicating with the central monitoring station.
  • Page 2 D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Special Alerts (COMMAND + 7 and COMMAND + 9) Security System Limitations Fire Safety and Evacuation Standard Displays System Trouble Displays Security System Glossary Maintenance and Service How to Clean the Command Center Your Alarm Company D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 4 Contents D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    • Appendix: Covers the limitations of a Security System, Fire Safety and Evacuation, Maintenance and Service of your Security System and How to Clean the Command Center. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 6 Introduction About This Owner’s Manual Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 7: Part I: Security System Basics

    When viewing a list, pressing the <Previous soft key will take you Previous back to the previously shown item. Press the Next> soft key to pass over the present item(s) in a Next menu or function. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 8 Fire alarms have a unique audible warning signal. Non-Fire Points Non-fire 24-hour points are always armed and cannot be disarmed. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 9: Your Custom Display

    Area Not Ready Text _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Indicates that the area is turned off, but not ready to arm. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 10: View Faulted Or Bypassed Points

    These displays scroll at the rate of 3 seconds each. The display returns to idle text after scrolling through the faulted and bypassed point information. The View Points> soft key will be shown when there are faulted points. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 11 If faulted or bypassed points in other areas exist, then the display changes to show these points before returning to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 12: Warning Displays And Tones

    The group with the highest priority scrolls first in the command center’s display. Descriptions of the tones and displays for each group and instructions for silencing the tones are included in the descriptions that follow. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 13: Fire Alarms

    If a fire trouble still exists after acknowledging the alarm, the display shows Fire Trouble. To remove this display, the fire point(s) must be returned to normal. If you wish to review cleared events, use COMMAND 40. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 14 Part I: Security System Basics Fire Alarms D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 15: Burglary Alarms

    View Memory function. See VIEW MEMORY ? (Command 40) for more information. To clear the event memory and remove the *Alarm Silenced* message from the display, press the Clear Display> soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 16 Part I: Security System Basics Burglary Alarms The display will show the instructions for clearing the message. Enter a valid passcode and press the Clear> soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 17: Fire Trouble And Fire Supervisory Events

    If you clear the alarms and troubles from the display, you can still view all the events that occurred since the last time the system was armed by using COMMAND 40 (View Event Memory). D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 18 Invalid Entry A flat buzz tone sounds when you perform a function that is not allowed or when the command center has no information to display. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 19: Silencing An Alarm

    If your system uses telephone lines as its means of communication and telephone service is interrupted, your security system cannot send reports to your security company unless it has an alternate means of transmitting them. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 20 Part I: Security System Basics Silencing an Alarm D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 21: Part Ii: System Commands

    Function Master Arm Walk Test Master Arm Instant Reset Sensors Perimeter Instant Watch Mode Perimeter Delay Special Alert Silence Trouble Sounder & Perimeter Partial Clear Trouble Display View Memory Special Alert D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 22: Entering A Passcode

    The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and advance from the right side of the display to the left until all passcode digits (from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of six) are entered. Press ENTER. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 23 Enter your passcode and press ENTER. The command center briefly displays AREA 1 NAME TEXT is now arming…, and the exit delay tone begins. After exit delay time expires, the display changes to idle armed text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 24 Enter your passcode and press ENTER. You must press the ENTER key within 5 seconds of entering your passcode, or the passcode entry will be invalid. The display returns to idle disarmed text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 25: Turning The System On (Arming) With A Duress

    There is no alarm tone or visual indication at the premises that the report is sent. Check with your security company before attempting to use this feature. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 26: Turning The System On (Arming) With Doors Or Windows Open

    If you do not want to go through the list of faulted points and want to go directly to the Force Arm> soft key or Force Bypass> soft key, press the COMMAND button. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 27 (Force Arm>) or force arm the faulted/bypassed points (Force/Bypass Arm>). Press the appropriate soft key to arm your system with the faulted/bypassed points removed from service. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 28 Part II: System Commands Turning On the System (Arming) With Doors or Windows Open Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 29: Master Arm ? (Command + 1)

    Using the COMMAND +1 shortcut will only arm the area where the keypad has been assigned. Example, if the D1260 is assigned to Area 1, only Area 1 will be armed when COMMAND + 1 is pressed. The display shows disarmed idle text.
  • Page 30 Every time the Next>,<Previous or Arm> soft keys are pressed, the display scrolls to the next unarmed area. To arm all available areas, press the Arm> soft key when the display reads Master Arm All ? D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 31 The display changes to show that all the areas are disarmed Depending on what areas are armed or areas that you have authority, 12345678 may or may not appear. The display returns to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 32 Part II: System Commands MASTER ARM ? (COMMAND + 1) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 33: Master Arm Inst ? (Command + 1 + 1)

    Using the COMMAND + 1 + 1 shortcut will only instantly arm the area where the keypad has been assigned. Example, if the D1260 is assigned to Area 1, only Area 1 will be armed when COMMAND + 1 + 1 is pressed.
  • Page 34 Part II: System Commands MASTER ARM INST ? (COMMAND + 1 + 1) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 35: Perimetr Inst (Command + 2)

    To disarm your security system, enter your personal passcode and press ENTER. The display then returns to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 36 Part II: System Commands PERIMETR INST (COMMAND + 2) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 37: Perimetr Delay ? (Command + 3)

    The display shows Exit now! # (# = exit delay time remaining). After the exit delay expires, Perimeter On Delayed is displayed. To disarm your security system, enter your personal passcode and press ENTER. The display then returns to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 38 Part II: System Commands PERIMETR DELAY ? (COMMAND + 3) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 39: Silence The Trouble Sounder & Clear Trouble Display

    View Memory function (see View Memory ?). Using COMMAND 4: Press the COMMAND key. The display shows *System Command*. Press the 4 key. The Command Center sounder is silenced. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 40 Part II: System Commands Silence the Trouble Sounder & Clear Trouble Display (COMMAND + 4) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 41: View Memory ? (Command + 4 + 0)

    Press NEXT> to scroll through the events. If there are no events to view, There are currently no events in memory displays. You can return to idle text at any time by pressing Exit> soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 42 Part II: System Commands VIEW MEMORY ? (COMMAND + 4 + 0) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 43: Walk Test ? (Command + 4 + 4)

    ENTER key. The display will change to show the point that was entered. If the point is invalid the message “Invalid Point” or “This is not a valid walk point” appears. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 44 When all points have been tested, 0 points remain to be tested is displayed. Press the <Exit soft key. The display momentarily shows All points have been tested. before returning to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 45: Reset Sensors ? (Command + 4 + 7)

    If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function. Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu, then press Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the RESET SENSORS ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 46 Check to be certain that there is no smoke, fire, or other danger present. If you can’t reset the detector or sensor contact your security company. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 47: Watch Mode ? (Command + 6)

    Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the WATCH MODE ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. The display briefly shows Watch Mode is now on before returning to idle disarmed text D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 48 Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the WATCH MODE ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. The display briefly shows Watch Mode is now off before returning to idle disarmed text D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 49: Perimetr Part ? (Command + 8)

    When performing a COMMAND 8 and no points are faulted or if the points return to normal before the exit delay time expires, the system is turned on as in COMMAND 3. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 50 Part II: System Commands PERIMETR PART ? (COMMAND + 8) To disarm, enter your personal passcode and press ENTER. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 51: Special Alerts (Command + 7 And Command + 9)

    USER CMD 7 ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. Your COMMAND 7 special alert has been programmed to: notify your alarm company ring a bell on your premises display at your command center Description: D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 52 USER CMD 9 ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. Your COMMAND 9 special alert has been programmed to: notify your alarm company ring a bell on your premises display at your command center Description: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 53: Part Iii: Advanced Commands

    Remote Program Add Passcode Change Time/Date Default Text Door Control Fire Test Access Level Change Display Rev Change Display Print Log Move to Area View Log View Point Status Extend Closing D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 54: Advanced Commands Terms Used In This Section

    Optional dry contact outputs that respond to system events. Skeds Functions programmed by your security company that occur at predetermined times. User Passcodes A three to six digit number entered at a command center to access the system. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 55: Bypass A Point? (Command + 0)

    #. As soon as a digit key is pressed, the display changes to Entering point number:. (# is the point number entered) If you know the point number you wish to bypass, enter the number and press the Enter> soft key D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 56 You can return to idle text by pressing <Exit. 10. If the bypassed point is a 24-hour point, the message 24Hr Point Bypassed begins alternating in the display with A1 AREA IS OFF. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 57 Part III: Advanced Commands BYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0) If the bypassed point is a Fire Point, the message Fire Point Bypassed begins alternating in the display with A1 AREA IS OFF. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 58 Part III: Advanced Commands BYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 59: Unbypass A Point? (Command + 0 + 0)

    (# is the point number that was entered) If you know the point number you wish to unbypass, enter the number and press the Enter> soft key or the ENTER button. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 60 You can return to idle text by pressing the <Exit soft key. 10. If you are attempting to unbypass a 24-Hour or Fire Point that is still faulted, the command center will display Cannot unbypass 24hr faulted points. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 61: Send Report

    When the transmission is complete the command center displays Report sent for 5 seconds. Note: If the <Exit soft key is pressed before 5 seconds have elapsed, idle text will be displayed. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 62 If the test (or status) report doesn‘t successfully transmit to the central station, the command center may sound a trouble tone and display Comm Fail Route Grp# (# = 1-4) after numerous unsuccessful attempts. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 63: Remote Program ? (Command + 4 + 3)

    REMOTE PROGRAM ?> prompt and press the adjacent soft key. The display changes to show the two choices that are available for connecting to RAM: • Answer Now • Contact RAM: RAM via phone or network D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 64 REMOTE PROGRAM ? (COMMAND + 4 + 3) Press the Answer Now> soft key to connect to RAM. Note: When your security company is communicating with your panel during a RAM session, the D1260 may display Call for Service… The display shows RAM connecting…...
  • Page 65 At the conclusion of the programming session your system sends a report to the security company and then returns your telephone to normal service and your display to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 66 Part III: Advanced Commands REMOTE PROGRAM ? (COMMAND + 4 + 3) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 67: Change Time/Date (Command + 4 + 5)

    Press the Enter> soft key or the [ENTER] button. The display changes to show AM> or PM> soft keys. Press the AM> soft key to select AM. Press the PM> soft key to select PM. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 68 The new time and/or date is displayed for 20 seconds before the display returns to idle text. Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 69: Door Control (Command + 4 + 6)

    DOOR CONTROL ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. The display will change and show a choice of Cycle Door>, Unlock Door>, and Secure Door>. Press the adjacent soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 70 For example, if you wanted to unlock Door 3, press 3 then press the ENTER key. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 71 The display changes to show that all the doors are at a normal state except for Door 3, which is secured. Enter another door number to secure or press the Exit> soft key to leave this function. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 72: Access Level

    (Level 14 is used here as an example.) After selecting whether to disable or enable the level, the display prompts you again to enter an Authority Level to modify. Press the <Exit soft key when you are finished. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 73: Change Display (Command + 4 + 9)

    20 seconds of inactivity. Dim Display> - Press to decrease the LCD’s backlit brightness. The backlight adjustment will take effect after 20 seconds of inactivity. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 74 Note: To further adjust the LCD’s brightness, the settings for the Bright Display> and Dim Display> soft keys can be changed by accessing the Service Manual (99 + Enter). D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 75: Extend Closing (Command + 5 + 1)

    Please Close Now to remind you to arm your system. It remains in the display until you arm, the close window ends, or you extend closing. Press the COMMAND key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 76 Press the PM> soft key to select PM. The display changes to show the new start time briefly before returning to idle text. Press the Accept> soft key to accept the Close Start time. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 77: Chg Skeds ? (Command + 5 + 2)

    “Except on Holidays” is enabled. Specific holidays are programmed by your security company. When an * appears in the Sked display, it is an indication that the Sked has or will happen today. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 78 Press the AM> soft key to select AM. Press the PM> soft key to select PM. 11. The display shows the Sked with the new time. Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 79 S M T W T F S SKED 39 Yes / No S M T W T F S SKED 40 Yes / No S M T W T F S D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 80 Part III: Advanced Commands CHG SKEDS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 2) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 81: Del User ? (Command + 5 + 3)

    Delete User 123? Are you sure? (123 is as an example.) If the user number entered is not a valid user in the system, the display will show This user is currently not in use. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 82 (123 is used as an example) Note: The user text is not deleted when deleting a user. To modify a user’s text, see Add/Change User (Command 56). D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 83: Chg Relays ? (Command + 5 + 4)

    If the relay is valid and turned on, the display changes to Change Relay* Relay 123 is currently on. (123 is used as an example.) Press the Turn off> soft key to turn off the relay. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 84 Part III: Advanced Commands CHG RELAYS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 4) The display returns to the *Change Relay* Enter relay number: Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 85: Chg Passcodes ? (Command + 5 + 5)

    The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and advance from the right side of the display to the left until all passcode digits are entered. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 86 Passcode changed. If the passcode does not match, the command center will emit a error tone and display Passcode not changed. 10. The display automatically returns to idle text after three seconds. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 87: Add/Change User (Command + 5 + 6)

    If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function. Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu, then press Next> soft repeatedly until you reach the ADD/CHG USER ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 88 Name - Press the Name> soft key to change the user’s name. • Passcode - Press the <Passcode soft key to change the user’s passcode. • Level - Press the <Level soft key to change the user’s Authority Level. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 89 Add/Change Card (if the panel is a D9412 or D7412). If an invalid passcode is entered, the command center will momentarily display Passcode is already in use. Please try again. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 90 Passcode changed. If the passcode does not match, the command center will emit an error tone and display Passcode not changed. Press the <Exit soft key to return to the Add/Change Menu. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 91 Press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this menu and return to the Level changed. display (see Step 7). If the user is authorized in Area 1, the displays changes to User’s current authority level: 14 for Area 1. (14 is used as an example here) D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 92 If the Next> soft key is pressed, the display changes to Add/Change Sub-User ID (for D9412/D7412 panels) or Add/Change Passcode (for D9112/D7212 panels). If the <Exit soft key is pressed, the display changes to Add / Change User Enter User #: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 93 Press the Yes> soft key to D9412/D7412: D9112/D7212: accept the name and return to the main Add/Change Menu (depending on panel model). Press the <No soft key to reject the name and return to step 1. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 94 Card added. or Card changed if the card already exists in your system. Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function and returns the display to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 95 Part III: Advanced Commands ADD/CHANGE USER (COMMAND + 5 + 6) Pressing the Next> soft key exits out of this function and returns the display to either Add/Change Level. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 96 Then the display returns to Present card to card reader now. Present the card to the reader to continue or press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this function and return the display to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 97 Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function and returns the display to the main Add / Change User display. Pressing the Next> soft key exits out of this function and returns the display to Add/Change Passcode depending on if a passcode already exists for the user. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 98 Part III: Advanced Commands ADD/CHANGE USER (COMMAND + 5 + 6) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 99: Default Text ? (Command + 5 + 7)

    Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the DEFAULT TEXT ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft key. The current state of the area is displayed for 3 seconds before returning to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 100 Part III: Advanced Commands DEFAULT TEXT ? (COMMAND + 5 + 7) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 101: Fire Test ? (Command + 5 + 8)

    As you fault each point, your command center will display the point text for 60 seconds and ring the fire sounders for 2 seconds. This verifies that the detection device is working properly. Your system automatically resets smoke detectors. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 102 When all 24-hour points have been tested, 0 points remain to be tested is displayed. Press the <Exit soft key. The display momentarily shows All points have been tested. before returning to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 103: Display Rev ? (Command + 5 + 9)

    The display will change to Radionics D9412* Version 6-40 (D9412 and 6-40 are used as an example, other panels could be D9112, D7412, D7212) The display will return to idle text after 5 seconds. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 104 Part III: Advanced Commands DISPLAY REV ? (COMMAND + 5 + 9) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 105: Service Menu ? (9 + 9 + Enter)

    Once you start entering digits, the Go to last event> soft key is replaced with the Enter> soft key. Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 106 Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return to idle text. The events are sent to a connected printer and display changes to Printing all events in history for three seconds before returning to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 107 Test each point by first opening and then closing the door or window or other detection device. Check the display after testing each point. For interior points, walking past the device once is sufficient. If any point does not test correctly, contact your security company for service. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 108 This function allows the current state of the area for 3 seconds before returning to idle text. Press the Default Text?> soft key to display the current state of the area. The current state of the area is displayed for 3 seconds before returning to idle text. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 109 (-) the setting being displayed. The High and Low Brightness are associated to Command 49’s Bright Display and Dim Display settings. Also shown in this menu is the Command Center address, whether the Encoding Tone is On or Off, and the Command Center software revision. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 110 Part III: Advanced Commands SERVICE MENU ? (9 + 9 + Enter) Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 111: Part Iv: Multi-Area Use

    CHG RELAYS ?, • • REMOTE PROG ?, CHG PASSCODES ?, • • CHG TIME/DATE ?, PRINT LOG ? and • • CHG SKEDS ?, VIEW LOG? • DEL PASSCODES ?, D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 112 Part IV: Multi-Area Use Working with Multiple Areas from a Single Command Center Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 113: View Area Status

    Pressing the Next> soft key takes you to the next point in the area whereas the <Previous soft key will take you to the previous point in the area. To view the status of a point, press the Status> soft key. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 114 Normal – indicates that the point is not in the faulted state. Open – indicates that the point is in an open state. Short – indicates that the point is in a shorted state. Missing – indicates that the point is missing. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 115: Move To Area ? (Command + 5 + 0)

    If the area you wish to move to does not appear in this list, press the Next> key to display additional areas. To select an area, simply press the soft key corresponding to the Area Name D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 116 When you have completed all tasks in the area you’ve moved to, simply allow the command center to time-out and revert to the area from which you started or enter the Move to Area function again. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 117: Turning On The System

    Pressing the Arm> soft key will cause AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is now arming… to display for 3 seconds before the prompt to arm the next available area is displayed. Once all available areas have been displayed, the display returns to MASTER ARM ALL ? D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 118 Bypass faulted points (if your system and/or authority allows) and return to step 1. • Force arm (if your system and/or authority allows). See Turning On the System (Arming) With Doors or Windows Open for more information. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 119: Turn On The Entire System Without Delays

    To instantly arm all the areas that are within the scope of the command center, press the Arm> soft key. This display changes to show AREA 1 WAREHOUSE All On Instant indicating that the all areas are armed. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 120 Part IV: Multi-Area Use Turn On the Entire System Without Delays Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 121: Turning Off The System

    Enter your passcode and press ENTER. The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and advance from the right side of the display to the left until all the passcode digits are entered. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 122 For example, if you have authority to disarm all 8 areas but the scope of the command center you’re using is limited to areas 1, 2, and 5, then you will only be able to turn off areas 1, 2, and 5. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 123 To disarm the area, press the Disarm> soft key. 10. After turning off other areas, the command center’s display returns to the idle text for the area you are in. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 124 Part IV: Multi-Area Use Turning Off the System Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 125: Appendix

    1. Following down this column, you’ll see that some cells are blank while some contain the letter “E”, which stands for enabled. Wherever there is an “E”, it means that that function is available to users with an authority level of 1. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 126: Passcode Worksheet

    Change Skeds ? CMD 52 * Command Center Function Authority Level Options: Blank = Disabled, E = Enabled. ♦ D9412G/D7412G only. Authority Level 15 can not be edited. TABLE CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 127 M = Any Armed State, P = Perimeter Armed, D = Disarmed, Blank = No Access Security Level? I = Disarm to Perimeter Instant, D = Disarm All, Blank = No Disarm Rights Disarm Level? D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 128 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 37 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 38 Product Handler Note: RADXUSR1 is for Users 000 - 124; RADXUSR2 is for Users 125 - 249. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 129 ♦ User (Token) Worksheet (User 000 to 038) D9412G/D7412G Only User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Not Available D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
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  • Page 131 ♦ User (Token) Worksheet (User 039 to 075) D9412G/D7412G Only User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
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  • Page 133 ♦ User (Token) Worksheet (User 076 to 114) D9412G/D7412G Only (101-249 = D9412G only) User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 134 __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 147 __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 148 USER 149 __ __ __ __ __ ____ __ __ __ __ __ USER 150 ____ D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 135 User (Token) Worksheet (User 115 to 150) (101-249 = D9412G only) User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data End RADXUSR1 Handler D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
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  • Page 137 User (Token) Worksheet (User 151 to 189) (101-249 = D9412G only) User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
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  • Page 139 ♦ User (Token) Worksheet (User 190 to 226) D9412G/D7412G Only (101-249 = D9412G only) User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 140 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 246 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 247 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 248 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER 249 D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 141 User (Token) Worksheet (User 227 to 249) (101-249 = D9412G only) User Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 142 __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER ___ __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER ___ __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER ___ __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ USER ___ D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 143 Appendix Passcode Worksheet User (Token) Worksheet (Blank) Master ID ###-0 Sub-User ###-1 Sub-User ###-2 Sub-User ###-3 User Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data Site Card Data D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 144 Appendix Passcode Worksheet Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 145: Security System Limitations

    Although having a security system may make you eligible for reduced insurance premiums, the system is no substitute for insurance. Warning devices cannot compensate you for loss of life or property. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 146: Fire Safety And Evacuation

    7. If it is determined that the alarm was accidentally sounded, the bell should be silenced, the detectors reset, and your security company notified immediately that there is no emergency situation. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 147: Standard Displays

    The passcode entered does not have the authority to perform the function requested. Perimeter Delay Indicates that the perimeter is armed (turned on) with entry/exit delay time. (See Turning On the System With Delays ) D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 148 (See Turning On the System Without Delays ) First Disarm – Area must be disarmed first Indicates that the function requested can only be performed when the area is disarmed. Disarm the area to perform the function. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 149: System Trouble Displays

    In the event your security system fails to communicate, the command center buzzes and displays Comm Fail Route Grp1 (Route Group number can be from 1 to 4) Notify your security company of the communication trouble. D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 150 Displays when a problem has occurred with the panel’s Point Bus Wiring. Call your security company. Fire Point Bypass This display indicates that fire points have been bypassed. 24 Hour Point Bypass This display indicates that 24-hour points have been bypassed. D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 151: Security System Glossary

    Your security company programs relays for automatic control and/or control from your command center. A service condition that needs to be corrected, such as a broken wire Trouble D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 152 Appendix Security System Glossary Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 153: Maintenance And Service

    If your command center gets dirty, apply a household glass cleaner to a clean cloth or paper towel and wipe the surface. Do not spray any liquid directly onto the command center. It could run inside the case and damage electrical circuits. Your Alarm Company Name: Call This Number Before Testing D1260 Owner’s Manual © 2003 Bosch Security Systems 50410C...
  • Page 154 Notes: D1260 Owner’s Manual 50410C © 2003 Bosch Security Systems...