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Part No:
60-875
60-910 (Not investigated for use by UL)
Simon Security
System

Installation Instructions

Doors &
Motion
System
Windows
Sensors
Status
Arm
Disarm
1 / 2
3 / 4
5 / 6
7 / 8
9 / 0
Chime
Doors
Motion
Time
Sensor
On
Off
Bypass
Lights
FIRE
POLICE
AUX
Test Weekly
466-1873 Rev G
January 2003
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H O M E S E C U R I T Y
C O D E
H O M E C O N T R O L
E M E R G E N C Y

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  • Page 1: Installation Instructions

    C O D E Chime Doors Motion Time Sensor H O M E C O N T R O L Bypass Lights E M E R G E N C Y FIRE POLICE Test Weekly Simon Security System Installation Instructions...
  • 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 tele- communications 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: Table Of Contents

    Powering Up the Panel ........................14 Installing the Panel Backup Battery ....................14 Applying AC Power ........................15 Installing X10 Modules ........................15 Lamp and Appliance Modules .....................15 Universal Module ........................15 Sensor Installation ...........................16 Programming Entering Program Mode ........................16 Exiting Program Mode ........................16 Contents Simon Security System...
  • Page 5 Option 42: Speaker Level ......................31 Option 43: Numeric Pager/Voice Event Notification Phone Number .........31 Option 44: Numeric Pager/Voice Event Notification Phone Mod 3 ...........31 Option 45: Sensor Alarm Restoral Report ...................32 Option 46: Fire Shutdown - AVM ....................32 Contents Simon Security System...
  • Page 6 If a Sensor Fails the Sensor Test ....................44 Phone Communication ........................44 Off-Site Phone Operation ........................45 Central Station Communication ......................45 Pager Communication ........................46 2-Way Voice Operation ........................46 Voice Event Notification .........................47 RF Thermostat Operation.........................47 X10 Operation ..........................47 Contents Simon Security System...
  • Page 7 X10 Modules ..........................51 Appendix B: System Configuration Sensor Assignments/Locations .......................52 Alphabetical Listing of Sensor Names ....................52 Sensor Group Characteristics ......................53 Home Control Planning ........................54 System Access Codes ........................54 Option Settings ..........................55 Specifications Quick Reference Table Back Page Contents Simon Security System...
  • Page 8: About This Manual

    Option 59: Exit Extension set to off • Option 67: Quick Exit set to off Household Fire Warning System (UL 985) Basic system, plus: • Wireless Smoke Sensor 60-848-95 learned into sensor group 26 • Option 01: Panel Piezo Beeps turned on Simon Security System...
  • Page 9: Central Station Reporting

    Option 39: Siren Timeout set to 5 minutes or more • For 24-hour backup, the total current draw for all connected devices is limited to 33 mA (during normal standby conditions) using a 1.2 AH battery. California State Fire Marshall Listed Installations Applied for. Simon Security System...
  • Page 10: Planning The Installation

    L A M P U N I V E R S A L M O D U L E M O D U L E M O D U L E Figure 1. Typical Security System Components Simon Security System...
  • Page 11: Control Panel

    Water sensors detect a water leak/rising water. The detector is connected to the sensor by an 8-foot (2.4-meter) cable. Water that reaches both detector contact points acti- vates the sensor, causing it to transmit an alarm signal. Simon Security System...
  • Page 12 The operator can then determine how serious an alarm is, find out what kind of help is needed, and dispatch the appropriate assistance. Only one AVM may be installed per panel. * Not investigated for use by UL. Simon Security System...
  • Page 13: Planning Sensor Types & Locations

    Locate 2-Way RF Handheld Touchpads where they will be convenient and offer quick access to the user. They must be mounted within 600 feet of the control panel. Keychain Touchpad Keychain Touchpads attach to the owner’s key ring or can be conveniently carried. Simon Security System...
  • Page 14: X10 Modules

    X10 House Code Assignments X10 Device Settings Lamp, Appliance, Universal Set all modules to the same house code (A - P) except the remote sirens. Remote Siren House code must be set to the next higher alphabetical letter. Simon Security System...
  • Page 15: Installing The System

    Tabs at the top of the panel secure and release the front cover and the chassis. The plastic hinges on the panel bottom allow the cover and chassis to swing down and out of the way (see Figure 2). Simon Security System...
  • Page 16: Mounting The Panel

    (GFIC). Simon Security System...
  • Page 17: Connecting Hardwire Devices

    “Wiring Hardwire Detectors,” then proceed to the “Program- ming” section to add (learn) them into panel memory. Wiring Interior Sirens Panel terminal HWIN1 can be used for connecting interior sirens and activates for sta- tus and alarm sounds. Simon Security System...
  • Page 18: Ld105 Hardwire Interior Siren

    H W I N 2 exterior siren and no interior siren and Option 53 is on, you must connect a 4.7k resistor between the HWIN2 and DCOUT terminals. Black 4.7k Resistor (located at siren) Figure 5. Hardwire Exterior Siren with Supervision Simon Security System...
  • Page 19: Hardwire Exterior Siren Without Supervision

    Basically, there are two methods for connecting the panel to a phone line; full line sei- zure and no line seizure. Simon Security System...
  • Page 20: Full Line Seizure

    Connect the phone cord included with the panel to the panel LINE IN jack and the phone or other device so premises phone jack (B in Figure 9). that you can rewire for full line seizure by adding an RJ-31X. Simon Security System...
  • Page 21: No Line Seizure

    Connect the red and black battery leads (included with panel) to the battery and panel terminals (see Figure 12 A - Open Battery / B - Covered Battery). Connecting the Battery Leads to the Battery and Panel Terminals (see Figure 12). Simon Security System...
  • Page 22: Applying Ac Power

    See “Light and Appliance (between 1 and 8). Controls” to program a Key- Set the house code for the installation. chain Touchpad to activate a Universal Module controlled Set the module switches to momentary and relay only. device. Simon Security System...
  • Page 23: Sensor Installation

    Connect the remaining power source to the panel. Set the Clock Press Clock Set from the Start Menu. – Press the Hours + and keys and listen to the voice prompts. Stop when panel voice announces the correct hour. Simon Security System...
  • Page 24: Adding (Learning) Sensors

    Trip tamper or press and hold button on top of the sensor (cover removed) until control panel confirms programming. If button is not held down long enough, SYSTEM STATUS reports sensor as open. Dialog RF Electronic Thermostat Panel automatically recognizes thermostat dur- ing thermostat power-up. Simon Security System...
  • Page 25: X10 Module Operation

    X10 Module Operation Use the following procedure to program X10 module operations into panel memory. Notice that the Light Control button is used to program all X10 module operations (light, appliance, and universal). ¾ To program the house code: Simon Security System...
  • Page 26: Numbered Options

    Press DONE. The panel confirms your programming. ¾ To delete a time-activated module: Press Delete. Press Light Control. Press Unit # repeatedly until you hear the unit number you want deleted. Press Time. Press DONE. The panel confirms your programming Simon Security System...
  • Page 27: Option 01: Panel Piezo Beeps

    20 beeps every minute for 5 minutes (when pro- grammed) ¾ To turn on Panel Piezo Beeps, press: Note For all UL listed systems, Add—Option #—01—DONE. Option 1 must be on (added). ¾ To turn off Panel Piezo Beeps, press: Delete—Option #—01—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 28: Option 03: Latchkey

    Lets you program up to a 26-digit phone number for a computer modem for using Tool- Box Downloader (on), or delete an existing phone number (off). Press Test for each required pause, Add for a *, and Delete for a # (each of which uses one of the 26 available places). Simon Security System...
  • Page 29: Option 07: Account Number

    005 seconds. ¾ To set Entry Delay, press: Note For UL listed systems, the Add—Option #—10—3-digit delay time—DONE. entry delay must not exceed 45 seconds. ¾ To reset Entry Delay (return to default), press: Delete—Option #—10—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 30: Option 12: Phone Mod 1

    Option 13: Phone Mod 2 (Default = 00) Determines the secondary phone number (Option 5) report content and reporting for- mat. The following table describes the choices. All entries must be 2 digits. Phone Mod 2 Setting # Content Format Contact ID Alarms only Simon Security System...
  • Page 31: Option 14: Dtmf Dialing

    ¾ To set Auto Phone Test, press: Note For UL 1635 listed systems, Add—Option #—16—001 - 254—DONE. Auto Phone Test must be set to 001 days. ¾ To turn off Auto Phone Test, press: Simon Security System...
  • Page 32: Option 17: Dialer Delay

    Option 20: Manual Phone Test (Default = on) Determines whether the user can perform a manual phone test to verify communication to a central station/pager (on), or not (off). ¾ To turn on Manual Phone Test, press: Add—Option #—20—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 33: Option 21: Opening Reports

    5.4 volts (on), or not (off). ¾ To turn on CPU Low Battery Report, press: Note For UL listed systems, CPU Add—Option #—25—DONE. Low Battery Report must be ¾ To turn off CPU Low Battery Report, press: Simon Security System...
  • Page 34: Option 26: Fail To Communicate

    Add—Option #—27—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7—DONE. ¾ To turn off Ring/Hang/Ring (disable remote access), press: Delete—Option #—27—DONE. Option 28: No Delay from Keychain Touchpad (Default = off) Determines whether a keychain touchpad arms the system with no delay (on) or not (off). Simon Security System...
  • Page 35: Option 29: Panel Piezo Alarms

    If this option is off, Option 47: AVM Mode and Option 48: Panic Talk—AVM will not work. ¾ To turn on Audio Verification, press: Add—Option #—33—DONE. ¾ To turn off Audio Verification, press: Simon Security System...
  • Page 36: Option 34: Fail To Open Report

    Delete—Option #—37—DONE. Option 38: Auto Arm (Default = off) Determines how long the system protests (announces open/failed sensors) when attempting to arm with open/failed sensors, before bypassing these sensors and auto- matically arming the rest of the system. Simon Security System...
  • Page 37: Option 39: Siren Timeout

    STATUS button. Trouble beeps resume 4 hours later if the trouble condition is not cleared. ¾ To turn on Trouble Beeps, press: Note For UL listed systems, Trou- Add—Option #—40—DONE. ble Beeps must be on. ¾ To turn off Trouble Beeps, press: Delete—Option #—40—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 38: Option 41: Chime Voice

    Closings, Fail to Open/Close, AC Power Resto- rals/Failures Same as setting 8 plus Alarms Numeric Pager Alarms and Latchkey only Voice Event Notification ¾ To set Numeric Pager/Voice Event Notification Phone Mod 3, press: Add—Option #—44—08, 09, or 10—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 39: Option 45: Sensor Alarm Restoral Report

    Panel Police Panic is turned on. ¾ To turn on Panic Talk - AVM, press: Note Option 33: Audio Verification Add—Option #—48—DONE. must be on for this feature to work. ¾ To turn off Panic Talk - AVM, press: Simon Security System...
  • Page 40: Option 49: Arming Leds Shutdown

    ¾ To turn off Unvacated Premises, press: Delete—Option #—52—DONE. Option 53: Hardwire Siren Supervision (Default = off) Determines whether the panel monitors hardwired sirens for open conditions (on), or not (off). Simon Security System...
  • Page 41: Option 54: Access Code Length

    The volume can be set from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest). Turning off this option resets the volume to the default setting. Entries must be 2 digits. ¾ To set Status Beep Volume, press: Add—Option #—55—01 - 10—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 42: Option 56: Call Waiting

    Turning off this feature requires the user to dis- arm and re-arm the system. ¾ To turn on Exit Extension, press: Note For UL listed systems, Exit Add—Option #—59—DONE. Extension must be off. ¾ To turn off Exit Extension, press: Delete—Option #—59—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 43: Option 60: Secure Arming

    Determines whether the system prevents users from arming if a low CPU battery con- dition exists (on) or not (off). ¾ To turn on No Arm on Panel Low Battery, press: Add—Option #—64—DONE. ¾ To turn off No Arm on Panel Low Battery, press: Delete—Option #—64—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 44: Option 65: No Usage Report

    Option 69: SIA Limits (Default = on)* Determines whether Entry, Exit, and Dialer delay times fall within SIA limits (on) or factory ranges (off). The following table shows the available settings when this option is on or off Simon Security System...
  • Page 45: Option 70: Not Available

    Other- wise, leave this option off. Delete—Option #—73—DONE. Option 74: Silent Panel Police Panic (Default = off) Determines whether pressing the panel police panic button causes an audible (off) or silent (on) alarm. Simon Security System...
  • Page 46: Option 75: Vox Mic Gain

    Option 75: VOX Mic Gain setting. If the VOX is not switch- ing the speaker on when the central station operator is talking, raise this setting and lower Option 75: VOX Mic Gain setting. Simon Security System...
  • Page 47: Option 79: Panel Cover Tamper

    Cooling Set Point. ¾ To adjust Cooling Set Point, press: Add—Option #—82—51 - 91—DONE. ¾ To turn off Cooling Set Point (return to default), press: Delete—Option #—82—DONE. Simon Security System...
  • Page 48: Programming System Access Codes

    The button will blink when No Entry Delay is on. when arming if Option 60: • ARM Motion Sensors-The panel will arm Motion Sensors. Press twice to turn Secure Arming is on. Latchkey on. The button blinks when Latchkey is on. Simon Security System...
  • Page 49: Sensor Testing

    Press Test. conditions. You should per- The panel responds with Sensor test, press again to change or DONE to select. form a sensor test after any change in environment, Press DONE. equipment, or programming. Simon Security System...
  • Page 50 “If a Sensor Fails the Type of Sensor Number of Beeps Sensor Test” section of this manual Wireless Intrusion Sensors 7–8 Wireless Smoke & Heat Sensors 7–8 Wireless Environmental/Panic Buttons 7–8 Hardwire Loops, RF Thermostat Emergency Buttons (Remote Handheld Touchpads only) Simon Security System...
  • Page 51: Improving Sensor/Panel Communication

    Test a known good sensor at the same location. If the transmission beeps remain below the minimum level, avoid mounting a sen- sor at that location. If the known-good sensor functions, contact GE Interlogix for repair or replace- ment of the problem sensor. Phone Communication Perform a phone test to check the phone communication between the panel and the central station.
  • Page 52: Off-Site Phone Operation

    Call the central station and tell the operator that you will be testing the system. Arm the system. Test each of the wireless panic buttons and trip at least one sensor of each type (fire, intrusion, etc.) to verify that the appropriate alarms are working correctly. Simon Security System...
  • Page 53: Pager Communication

    Press 1 or 0 to speak, 2 for VOX operation, and 3 or 6 to listen. AVM sessions. If the opera- tor does not terminate the Press 99 to terminate the session. session correctly, panel announcements may not occur for up to 90 seconds after the operator hangs up. Simon Security System...
  • Page 54: Voice Event Notification

    If Options 81 and 82 are programmed, the RF Thermostat will change from Energy Saving Mode to normal operating mode when the panel is armed to level 2. X10 Operation The following sections describe how to test X10 Lamp, Siren, Appliance, and Universal Module operation. Simon Security System...
  • Page 55: Manual Lamp Module Control

    Use the following guidelines when drawing an emergency floor plan for the home- owner: • Show all building levels. • Show exits from each room (2 exits per room are recommended). • Show the locations of all security system components. • Show the locations of any fire extinguishers. Simon Security System...
  • Page 56: Appendix A: Troubleshooting

    Check for the correct end-of-line resistor in HWIN 1 and 2 circuits. Panel announces Low Battery. • Check that panel backup battery is connected. Panel announces Option 50 Detected. • Option 50 is RF jam detect. The control panel has detected RF interference. Simon Security System...
  • Page 57: Control Panel

    • Adjust the sensor mounting. • Leave the area for 3 minutes, then retest. • The environment is too hot or too cold. Outdoor sensors will operate between 32° and 120°F. Simon Security System...
  • Page 58: X10 Modules

    • Make sure the system clock is set. • Make sure these functions have been enabled by pressing the LIGHTS Time Acti- vated/Sensor Activated button on the panel. The functions are enabled if the button is lit. Simon Security System...
  • Page 59: Appendix B: System Configuration

    Laundry Room, Laundry Room Window, Living Room, Living Room Window, Mas- ter Bedroom, Master Bedroom Window, Medicine Cabinet, Module, Office, Office Window, Patio Door, Phone Communication Module, Porch, Porch Window, Special Chime, System Panic, Touchpad Remote, Upstairs, Upstairs Window, Utility Room Simon Security System...
  • Page 60: Sensor Group Characteristics

    I = Instant Delay (no delay, immediate alarm) S = Standard Delay (alarm sounds after programmed entry delay time) F = Follower Delay (alarm sounds immediately if entry/exit delay is not active, otherwise alarm sounds after programmed entry delay time) Simon Security System...
  • Page 61: Home Control Planning

    Option 54 (Access Code Length) is reset. The default for each access code length is listed. System Access Codes Type Default Installer Settings Utility Access Code 1 654321, 54321, 4321, or 321 Utility Access Code 2 654321, 54321, 4321, or 321 Master Access Code 123456, 12345, 1234, or 123 Simon Security System...
  • Page 62: Option Settings

    12 hrs 02 hrs 02-24 hrs U1 U2 (must be set to 04 for UL 985 & 1635 Listed systems, or 24 for UL 1023 Listed systems Manual Phone Test On/Off U1 U2 Opening Reports On/Off U1 U2 Simon Security System...
  • Page 63 Hardwire Siren Supervision (must be added for UL On/Off U1 U2 listed systems if Option 29 is deleted) Access Code Length Status Beep Volume 1 - 10 U1 U2 M Call Waiting 1-26 digits/Off U1 U2 Supervisory Tamper Report On/Off U1 U2 Simon Security System...
  • Page 64 U1 U2 VOX Receiver Gain 01 - 10 U1 U2 Panel Tamper Alarm On/Off U1, U2 Alarm Report Verification On/Off U1, U2 Heating Set Point 51°F - 91°F U1, U2 Cooling Set Point 51°F - 91°F U1, U2 Simon Security System...
  • Page 65: Specifications

    Storage Temperature Range:-29° to140 ° F (-34° to 60° C) Operating Temperature Range: 32° to 120 ° F (0° to 49° C) Maximum Humidity: ..90% relative humidity, noncondensing Auxiliary Power: .... Unregulated 5.1 - 12 VDC, power-limited to 250 mA (maximum) @ 10 VDC Simon Security System...
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  • Page 68: Quick Reference Table

    Quick Reference Table Remote Handheld Keychain Remote Remote Handheld Key Chain Remote How to … Control Panel Touchpad Touchpad Phone How to … Control Panel Touchpad Touchpad Phone Disarm the Press * + Disarm the Access Code Access Code Press once Disarm System (Level 1)

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