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  • Page 1 466-1667-PRO Rev A October 2003 *(,QWHUORJL[FRP Part No: 60-806 O f f S t a y A w a y T e s t S y s t e m W e e k l y p r e s s b o t h N o D e l a y S i l e n t p r e s s b o t h...
  • Page 2 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 Canada Notice The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunica- tions network protective, operational, and safety requirements. The department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company.
  • Page 4: Commands At A Glance

    Commands at a Glance To do this: Press: Disarm the system. + Code Disarm the system during Code (or + Code) Entry Delay Time. Cancel an accidental alarm. Code (or + Code) Arm to Level 2—STAY. + Code Arm to Level 3—AWAY. + Code Send a police alarm.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting to Know Your Security System Overview ..............................1 Control Panel ............................1 Touchpads ...............................1 Wireless Panic Button ..........................1 Door/Window Sensors ..........................1 Motion Sensors ............................2 Environmental Sensors ...........................2 Communicating with the Panel Instructing the Panel ...........................2 How Your System Communicates with You ....................2 Key Beeps ...............................2 Status Beeps ............................2 Pager Notification ...........................3...
  • Page 6: Setting The Time And Date

    No Delay—For Instant Alarm ........................7 Auto STAY Arming Feature ........................8 Arming While a Door or Window is Open Bypassing a Sensor Directly ........................8 Bypassing a Sensor Indirectly ........................9 Was the Bypass Successful? ........................9 Checking the Status of Your System Short System Status ............................9 Full System Status ............................10 System Alarm Sounds ..........................10 Panic Alarms...
  • Page 7: No Activity Feature

    Latchkey Paging No Activity Feature Using the Panel Download Feature System Information Testing the System Automatic Test Features ...........................17 Manual Tests .............................18 Sensor Test ............................18 Phone Communication Test ........................18 Testing Sirens ............................19 Troubleshooting Trouble Beeps and Trouble Messages ......................20 Silencing Trouble Beeps ........................20 Appendix A: User Sheets Account Number ............................21 System Sensors ............................21...
  • Page 8: Getting To Know Your Security System

    Wireless panic button touchpads are dedicated to sending one signal only—usually a Police or Auxiliary panic alarm. Panic button touchpads are usually kept near the user. Door/Window Sensors Door and window sensors protect the perimeter of your home by alerting the panel when a door or window is opened. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 9: Motion Sensors

    (So disarm the system as soon as you get in!) • Trouble beeps tell you that there is a problem with the system or one of its components. • Chime feature beeps tell you that a door was opened. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 10: Pager Notification

    Sirens and hardwired touchpads emit emergency tones Note Your system may or may not • Panel notifies the central station for help.* be monitored. If it is not monitored, no call will be • Message appears on fixed display or alphanumeric touchpads. made. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 11: Arming Your System

    3. Enter your access code. Touchpads display, “Armed to AWAY.” 4. The system sounds three short beeps. ARMED indicators on fixed display touchpads will light (indicator will flash during the exit delay). The exit beeps begin. 5. Exit through a designated delay door immediately. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 12: Keychain Touchpad Arming

    Alarms phones, from interfering with your security system. Most accidental alarms occur when leaving the house after arming the system, or upon returning, before disarming the system. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 13: Aborting Accidental Alarms

    The Entry Delay is a period of time long enough to let you unlock a designated delay door and get to a touchpad to disarm the system. Exit Delay Example You’re about to go on an errand. You are inside your house and have just armed the system to Level 3—AWAY. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 14: Entry Delay Example

    No Delay is normally used: • When you’re staying at home, after you’ve armed the system. • When you’re arming and disarming your house from the outside. (You must have a wireless touchpad in order to do this.) Security Pro 500...
  • Page 15: Auto Stay Arming Feature

    If the touchpad displays “INVALID,” or if the touchpad sounds one long beep, make sure that you entered a valid access code and a valid sensor number. Gas, heat, and smoke sensors can- not be bypassed. 5. Bypass other sensors, if necessary, by repeating Step 3. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 16: Bypassing A Sensor Indirectly

    • The green READY light on fixed display touchpads is off. Short System Status A Short Status indicates the current arming level, sensor status (whether open or bypassed), low battery, supervisory, AC power or backup battery failures. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 17: Full System Status

    Press and hold both Fire buttons for 2 seconds. Police Panic Alarm The Police panic alarm sounds from all interior and exterior sirens, scaring off any intruder and alerting neighbors to the trouble. On monitored systems, the central monitoring station responds by calling the police. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 18: Auxiliary Panic Alarm

    To change system settings, you’ll use the System Master code to enter a series of programming menus. Appendix C gives a detailed explanation of how to use the menus or, if desired, how to use programming shortcuts. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 19: Erasing A User Code

    If more than 40 keys are pressed when the system asks for a code, and those keystrokes are not part of a valid access code, a siren will sound. See “Touchpad Information” in Appendix A to determine if this feature is enabled for your system. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 20: Setting The Time And Date

    2. Press you enable Silent Arming. 3. To turn Silent Arming: Š on, press ƒ . No system status beeps will sound while arming. Š off, press ƒ . System status beeps will sound from touchpad while arming. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 21: Adjusting The Touchpad Display Brightness

    – Auto phone test – Sensor Trouble – CPU back in service – Phone test – Phone Failure – Touchpad supervisory – Event buffer full – Touchpad low battery – Force armed(reports when a user bypasses sensors while arming system) Security Pro 500...
  • Page 22: Pager Messages

    Sensor numbers 1 through 24 — User codes 00 through 15 used — System Master code used Installer code used Dealer code used Quick Arm used Keyswitch sensor used System armed itself because it is being serviced or powered-up Security Pro 500...
  • Page 23: Account Number In Page

    . Touchpads display briefly: “Pager on,” or “LATCHKEY PAGER ON.” ¾ To send a Latchkey page: • Latchkey-designated user disarms the system. Users with pagers will receive a message containing 111 and the user code entered to disarm the system. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 24: No Activity Feature

    Test your system weekly, by following the instructions in this section carefully. System Automatic Test Features Your security system conducts routine tests, checking for problems like power failures, low bat- teries, sensors that aren’t working, and communication trouble with the central monitoring sta- tion. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 25: Manual Tests

    ALARM,” then, “MEMORY,” and finally, “PHONE FAILURE ALARM MEMORY.” If a phone test is unsuccessful, check to see if you hear a dial tone from phones in the house. Call your dealer if you hear a dial tone, but your phone test is unsuccessful. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 26: Testing Sirens

    Some sounds you will hear only when there is a problem with the system, like a low battery. Other sounds you will only hear in an emergency. Getting to know your system sounds allows you to react quickly and appropriately. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 27: Trouble Beeps And Trouble Messages

    When AC power is restored, the panel will recharge the battery. If the trouble condition exists more than 24 hours after AC power is restored, call your security dealer for service. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 28: Appendix A: User Sheets

    ______________________________________________ System Sensors Record the sensor number and name in the table below. Indicate whether it is a: • hardwired sensor (HW), • wireless sensor (WL), • or touchpad (TP). Sensor Name HW / WL / TP Security Pro 500...
  • Page 29: User Codes

    Latchkey attribute changed for any code, contact your dealer. B = User can bypass sensors. L = Users can send Latchkey pages. S = User can perform system tests. Defaults are indicated by Code System (Default: 1234) ¸ ¸ Master Security Pro 500...
  • Page 30: Touchpad Information

    E n t r y d e l a y . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Security Pro 500...
  • Page 31: Accidental Smoke And Fire Alarms

    Delay Doors and Delay Time Settings When the system is armed, enter and exit the premises only through designated delay doors. The time allowed to enter the premises and disarm the system is the Entry Delay time. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 32: Paging

    Yes. When the system pages me, the message will not include the central station account number. • No. All pages from my system will include the account number. • According to my pager provider, the central station account number will appear as: ___________________________________________________________________ Security Pro 500...
  • Page 33: If The Power Goes Out

    Warning High sensitivity should only be used in extremely quiet environments wher Floor Plan Example Figure 2 shows an example of a multilevel floor plan. Use it as a guide and draw your floor plan. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 34: Your Floor Plan

    Use the space provided on the next page and the follow these guidelines when drawing your floor plan: • Show all building levels. • Show exits from each room (two exits per room are recommended). • Show the location of all security system components. • Show the locations of any fire extinguishers. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 35: Alarm System Limitations

    If intruders gain access through unprotected entry points or areas where sensors are bypassed. • If intruders have the technical means of bypassing, jamming, or disconnecting any or all parts of the system. • If power to sensors is disconnected or inadequate. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 36: If Your System Needs Service

    Either method requires a valid System Master code. You cannot program the system using a reg- ular user code. Using Programming Menus The programming menus are arranged much like a computer software program: menus contain- ing multiple options. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 37: Examples Of Programming Using Menus

    5. Enter the System Master code you used in Step 1 and press . The deleted code appears as “REG 04 ----”. ‚ ‚ ƒ 6. Press to move to the next user code, or to exit the programming menus. Security Pro 500...
  • Page 38 Programming Menus Security Pro 500...
  • Page 39: Using Programming Shortcuts

    1 0 0 6 2 Change User code 07 1 0 0 7 0 4-digit code Direct Bypassing for User 07 1 0 0 7 1 (Off) or (On) System Tests for User 07 1 0 0 7 2 Security Pro 500...
  • Page 40: Notes

    1 1 0 4-digit code Downloading (Off) or (On) Silent Arming (Off) or (On) Touchpad Brightness for Off for Low for Medium for High Chime on Close (Off) or (On) Factory Code System Number System Level Notes Security Pro 500...

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