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Option 13: Dtmf Enable; Option 14: Auto Phone Test; Option 15: Rf Timeout; Option 16: N/A - GE CareGard Installation Instructions Manual

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Option 13: DTMF Enable

The DTMF Enable option determines if the panel dials programmed phone
numbers using DTMF or pulse methods.
When the option is set to ON, the panel dials using DTMF; when the option
is set to OFF, the panel dials using the pulse method.

Option 14: Auto Phone Test

The Auto Phone Test option controls the panel's automatic phone test func-
tion. The test interval ranges from one to 254 days and must include three
digits. In order for Auto Phone Test to work, you must enable Supervisory
Time (Option 32).
Note
For ETL listed systems, the Auto Phone Test option must be set to 001.

Option 15: RF Timeout

The RF Timeout option sets the time interval during which the panel deter-
mines that a supervised sensor has failed. When the panel does not receive a
supervisory signal from a programmed sensor, an alarm sounds and a failure
report is sent to the monitoring station.
Along with the initial report, the panel continues to send additional failure
reports at the established supervisory signal time. Refer to Supervisory
Time (Option 32) and Sensor Supervisory Failure for further detail.
Note
The RF Timeout option can be set from 02 to 24 hours; all entries must include
two digits. If the panel is set to Away, the option is suspended for a help button.
Option 16: Not Available

Option 17: AC Power Failure Report

If there is no AC power for a specific time interval as programmed into the
panel, an AC Power Failure Report is sent by the panel to the central mon-
itoring station or pager.
The AC Power Failure Report time interval can be set from five to 254 min-
utes; all entries must include three digits. When AC power is restored, the
panel reports the event to the central monitoring station or pager.
Note
For ETL listed systems, the AC Power Failure Report must be set to 15 minutes.

Option 18: CPU Low Battery Report

When the voltage of the panel's backup battery is less than 5.4V, the panel
sends a CPU Low Battery Report to the central monitoring station or
pager.
Along with the initial report, the panel continues to send additional low bat-
tery reports at the established supervisory signal time.
When backup battery voltage is restored, the panel reports the event to the
central monitoring station or pager.
Note
For ETL listed systems, the CPU Low Battery Report must be set to ON.
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Range = On/Off (Default = On)
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To program DTMF Enable:
1. Press Add or Delete.
2. Press Option #.
3. Press 1, then 3.
4. Press Done.
Range = Off, 001-254 days (Default = Off)
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To program Auto Phone Test:
1. Press Add.
2. Press Option #.
3. Press 1, then 4.
4. Enter the number of Auto Phone Test days.
5. Press Done.
Range = 02-24 hours (Default = 12 hours)
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To program RF Timeout:
1. Press Add.
2. Press Option #.
3. Press 1, then 5.
4. Enter the number of RF Timeout hours.
5. Press Done.
Range = 005-254, Off (Default = 60 Min)
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To program an AC Power Failure Report:
1. Press Add or Delete.
2. Press Option #.
3. Press 1, then 7.
4. Enter the number AC Power Failure Report
minutes.
5. Press Done.
Range = On/Off (Default = On)
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To program CPU Low Battery Report:
1. Press Add or Delete.
2. Press Option #.
3. Press 1, then 8.
4. Press Done.
Programming Options

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