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4PI175 issue 1_6/01

Accenta/Optima G3 intruder system
bell/sounders, strobes and detectors to ensure that this rating is not exceeded.

Installation Design

The purchase of this alarm system represents a major step forward in the protection of the property and its occupants. It is important to plan the installation before proceeding and the follow the procedures and advice contained in this manual.
Depending on which area you live, you may be required, by law to notify the Local Authority and Police of the new security alarm installation. The Plan the position of each part of local authority requirements may differ from the alarm system and the cable area to area, therefore, it is advisable to contact runs. Detectors should be sited local environmental officer to obtain full details with particular regard to the of your area requirements. degree of coverage required and the function of each of the zones.
a. The Remote keypads (RKPs) should be mounted in positions which allows ease of operation for the system users, typically within the entry/exit route close to the final door and the master bedroom.
Remove the front cover(s) from the panel.
Additional internal sound speakers are recommended, these will provide high volume alarm tones and low volume entry/exit tones. Speakers should be positioned to provide good sound distribution throughout the building and so that the exit tone is audible outside the main entry / exit door. This will enable the system operator to check that the system is setting correctly. Finally note that the total current output of this control system (in alarm TOTAL condition) is 1Amp when supported by a fully charged battery. Calculate the total current consumption of every part of the system including the panel, remote keypads,
Disconnect the transformer wires from the transformer marked AC terminals on the board. Carefully remove the PCB by gently pushing down the holding clips on the bottom edge of the PCB and withdraw it from the base.
All of the system wiring is connected directly to the panel. Caution: When positioning the control The Accenta panel may be panel ensure that it is located in a dry concealed inside a cupboard or place away from damp areas. loft space, but it must be installed within the protected The Accenta mini G3 enclosure is illustrated premises and in a position which is convenient here, however the procedures for the other for a mains supply. The Optima panel may be panels are similar. installed near an entry/exit point.

Fixing

Mounting holes

Cable entry holes

Note: When replacing the PCB align it on the round support pillars to the bottom and allow it to click down past the clips at the top of the case. Refit the transformer wires into the terminal.

b. Fixing

Board There are four fuses mounted on the circuit Fit the panel to the wall with suitable fixings. Ensure the wall surface is flat to board, all are 20mm quick blow. F1 1.6A - to protect the +ve line of 12V battery prevent base distortion. There are cable entry holes provided in the rear F2 1A - to protect the RKP 13V supply of the base and around the outside F3 1A - to protect the Speaker 13V supply edges through the thinned out plastic F5 1A - to protect the Bell and Strobe supply sections which may be cut away as required. As supplied, wire links are fitted across the PA The hole provided adjacent to the and Tamper terminals to represent a closed mains transformer is a dedicated mains circuit. cable entry point.
Communicator is not fitted to Optima compact G3 panel
L/FAIL +13V 0V FIRE PA ABORT CONF INT SET
Keypad and LEDs (except Power LED) are not fitted to Accenta G3 and Accenta mini G3 panels

RKP FUSE

D6 D7 D8 D9 D10

1A SOUND COMMS +13V 0V

VOLUME
13V / SPEAKER BELL/STROBE

BATTERY

F1 J4 + BATT AC

J8 PA +

TAMP +13V 0V -

J6 + T A

STROBE

Factory fitted links

A combination of up to four remote keypads and lighting controller can be connected to the panel.

Wiring the system

Caution: Always power-down the panel when wiring external circuits, to prevent damage to the panel electronics.
Systematically wire and test each circuits.:

Security zones

Panel Board
Zone, Tamper circuit and PA circuits
Finish by wiring any additional extension speaker sounders, external bell/sounder, strobe and the 13V supply.

TAMP +13V 0V

Terminal block is not supplied

Tamper network

The Tamper circuit is used to protect all cables and detectors in the system from unauthorised access including the panel and RKP covers. The zone and PA tampers should be series wired and connected to the TAMP terminals. Terminals T & A are for the external bell / sounder tamper. The TAMP terminals at the bottom left of the PCB are for the RKP tampers. Tamper alarms that occur in the Day mode operate internal sounders only. Tamper alarms in Set cause a full alarm condition. Tamper is indicated on the control panel and RKPs by the Tamper indicator.

Door Contact

Connect Remote Keypads / Lighting controllers
Note: Where an Accenta G3 or Accenta mini G3 panel is being installed ensure there is at least one remote keypad wired to the panel before first power up.
OPTI-CAM Lighting Controller Board

COMMS SOUND LD R

GND 12V
Note: The G3 range of panels are not supplied with wire links for unused zones. All unused zones must be programmed out by setting them to disabled using the Zone Type function see page 19.
It is recommended that no more than 10 magnetic contacts are connected to the same zone.

Keypad Board

COMMS SOUND

F2 SOUND COMMS +13V 0V

Maximum of up to 4 Remote Keypad / OPTI-CAM Lighting Controller combination allowed (See also the instructions supplied with the OPTI CAM lighting controller)
If only one Remote keypad is being used then connect TAMP back to the panel
Unused zones must be programmed as Unused.
would have to be momentarily turned to its Set position then returned to its Unset position. The keyswitch will always Set program 1. It will also Unset the system or switch off an alarm activation. To Reset after an alarm and return to Day mode, the Reset key on the RKP will have to be pressed.

Push to set zone

Any zone can be wired and configured as a Push to Set input. This can be a standard door bell push located outside the premises After starting the exit timer the building is vacated. As the switch is then momentaraily closed, a chime tone is produced and the system Sets. Sometimes referred to as Terminate Set this facility is mandatory for communicating systems installed to NACOSS guidelines

Fire zone

Any zone may be programmed as a fire zone. This will automatically exclude the availability of the zone from programs and normal security applications.

Press to Set Switch

Note: The push to set switch can be connected to any zone. The zone must be programmed for PTS application.

Fire detector

Remote keyswitch zone
Any zone can be wired and programmed as a keyswitch input and used with a remote keyswitch or lock switch. For security reasons it is recommended that a tamper proof switch is used and that the switch wiring is not accessible from outside the premises.

Note: Fire detector with relay base for output to intruder system.
There are two types of fire zone, Standard and 24 hour type. The Standard fire zone detects fires only when the system is Set, where as the 24 hour fire zone detects fires all the time and will operate whether the system is Set or Unset. A fire will cause a distinctive internal sounder tone. The external sounders will pulse on and off at 2 second intervals and all RKP indicators will flash the affected zone.
Keyswitch Note: A keyswitch can be connected to any zone. The zone must be programmed for keyswitch application.

PA circuit

Any quantity of normally closed type personal attack button may be wired in series and then connected to the PA circuit. Operational in Day and Set, the PA circuit will cause a full alarm condition when activated. PA is indicated on the control panel or RKP as Attack.
The keyswitch may be used to Set (open contacts) or Unset (closed contacts) independently of RKPs. However in this situation the keyswitch may have to catch up with the system. For example if the system is Set via an RKP and Unset with the keyswitch, it
A control marked VOLUME in the centre of the PCB may be used to adjust the low volume entry/exit tones to suit environmental conditions. To adjust this control, partially lift up the top cover.
Bell Output (External sounder)

Panic Button

The bell is usually installed in a high position from where the bell could be seen and heard. Terminal T A D B are for connection to the external bell or sounder. These terminals provide a power/hold-off supply, sounder trigger and tamper circuit to protect the external sounder housing.

BELL/STROBE

PA buttons may be fitted near the front door, or in a bedroom.

Extension speaker

Extension speaker may be connected to the loudspeaker terminals to produce high volume alarm tones and low volume entry / exit fault tones.

13VSPEAKER

+ STROBE

16 W Extension Speaker

Sonade
Up to two 16 ohm extension speakers may also be wired across the speaker terminals. Mounted in convenient positions within the installation the extension speakers will reproduce all of the alarm tones generated by the control panel.
The terminals are summarised as follows: T-Ve tamper return A-Ve supply (0V) D+Ve supply (12V) B-Ve Sounder trigger For ease of installation, ADE sounders and modules use the same markings. Where a discrete bell sounder is used, it should be connected to terminals D & B. Terminals T &
A are then used for tamper protection for the sounder housing.
Remote signalling Input and Outputs
These outputs are not applicable to the Optima compact G3 panel.

# Terminal block is not supplied
These terminals have been provided for connection to remote signalling equipment such as a digital communicator, Red Care STU or speech dialler.
+ STROBE T E A D B + STROBE T E A D B
Note: The operating polarity of the Communicator output terminals are programmable.
L/FAIL This is a telephone line fail input which is held at approximately 6V by the panel circuitry. The input is activated when pulled to 0V by the telephone line fault output of the communicator. This is usually a voltage free relay or open collector transistor. When a telephone line fault occurs in the Day mode the panel provides an audible double beep every 10 minutes. This indication is automatically cleared when the fault is removed. A telephone line fault which occurs while the system is Set will not cause an alarm condition but any bell delay which is programmed will be cancelled and any intruder alarm which is triggered will operate instant sounders. 13V 0V These terminals provide a 13V supply for the communicator up to a total load of 200mA. The output is protected by a 250mA thermal fuse. If this fuse operates it may be reset by removing the load and allowing a few seconds for it to recover. OUTPUT PORT By default these outputs are programmed as active low output. They are held at 13V and fall to 0V when active, it can source or sink 10mA. The output polarity can be programmed.

13V Supply output

Where self contained / powered sounders are used, carefully follow the manufacturers instructions, match each of the terminals to those above.
The 13V output is to power detectors which require a voltage supply (PIR detectors etc). The supply is present at all times and may be used to supply a total load of 350mA.
The output , marked SET is used with latching detectors. The output becomes positive on correct Set of the system and is removed at the commencement of entry time or entry of the valid user code.
These outputs would normally be connected directly to the input channels of wire in type communicators and STUs. Alternatively each output can be used to drive a relay(coil resistance > 1200 W ) connected between the output terminal and the 13V supply terminal. The relay will energise when the output port operates. It is recommended that a back EMF protection diode is used in parallel with the relay coil. FIRE The fire output operates when the fire zone is triggered. PA The PA output operates when a PA alarm is triggered or a duress code is used. INT The intruder output is operated when an intruder condition is triggered whilst the system is set. SET The Set output operates whenever the system becomes set and is used to indicate opening and closing. ABORT Operates when an intruder alarm condition is switched off. CONF The confirmed alarm output operates when 2 independent zones are activated during the same alarm condition. Important Notes a. Each output has been configured as active low and will normally require the EPROM or NVM for the communicator or STU to be programmed as active low or positive removed. However there may be differences between some pieces of equipment and some Alarm Receiving Centres (ARCs). b. Where the communicator is powered from an external source, not the panel and the outputs are being used without relays, the panel and external power supply will require a commoned negative supply rail. c.

If the communicator is not fitted inside the panel and abort is being used, care should be taken to ensure that the abort connection cannot be damaged or severed as this could cause the ARC to incorrectly filter an alarm signal. It is very important that communicating systems are fully tested and that all signals are correctly received at the ARC when the system is installed and serviced.
Filtering of Intruder alarms
A condition of most police Force Policies and under the guidance of NACOSS NACP 14 (Code of Practice for intruder Alarm Systems Signalling to Alarm Receiving Centres) is that all intruder alarm signals received by an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) must be filtered to establish their validity before passing to the police. The exact method of filtering should be decided according to the regional Police Force Policy and ARC procedures. In general, the panels offer the following methods which could be used to filter an alarm. Set/Unset A Set or Unset signal which is received by the ARC at around the same time as an intruder signal can be used to filter the alarm. Abort Output The abort output operates whenever a user code is entered or a keyswitch is used to switch off an intruder alarm condition. When an abort signal is received by ARC at or around the same time as an intruder signal, the alarm can be filtered. Restore of the Intruder Output The intruder alarm output is restored to 12V whenever a user code is entered or a keyswitch is used to switch off an intruder alarm condition. Where an intruder alarm is shortly followed by a restore at the ARC, this can be used to filter the alarm.

Factory set condition

User code 1 - User code 2 - Duress Code - Engineer Code Bell Duration Bell Delay - Program 1 Zone 1 - - Zone 2 - - Zones 38 Exit time- Entry - - Exit mode Factory set condition Program 2 Zone1 - - Zone 2 - - Zone 38 Exit time- Entry time Exit mode Program 3 Zone 1 - Zone 2 - Zone38 Exit timeEntry time Exit mode 0123 Not programmed Not programmed minutes No delay Flag A Silent PA - - - - - - RKP PA Enable - - - Engineer Reset- - - - Anti Code Reset - - - Door bell on push to set Single key setting - - Strobe on setting - - - External bell on Fire - Flag B No Yes No No No No No No

Program 1 : To arm all of the zones and become Set as the user leaves the property and closes the final door. Program 2 : To protect the perimeter of the property in the evening and become Set after say 20 seconds. Program 3 ; To protect the downstairs areas of the house at night and become Set instantly and silently.
Note: The above are purely examples. The installer must program the panel to configure all the circuits to the customers exact requirements.
Note: If a program is not selected when the user Sets the system, Program 1 will automatically Set. Therefore Program 1 is usually considered as the Full Set Program containing all of the zones.
Zone Function per Program
Timed : This function would be used to protect the main entry/exit door of the entry route. Time inhibited : This is a zone which, on setting the panel, allows access to the Entry / Exit zone. However, if the panel is set and an time inhibited zone is triggered before an Entry /Exit zone then an alarm will be generated immediately. Immediate: This is a zone which will, when entered, go into alarm when the panel is set.
Unused : A zone that is programmed as an Unused zone by the Engineer, then is ignored by the panel. Primarily used for Part set options.

Programs 1,2 and 3

Example: To configure Program 1 Exit mode to Final door set, Press: Prog Prog 3 Reset Reset Reset Reset Enter Engineer program mode

Set up program

Attack Zones 1,2 and 3
Deselect all zones Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Appropriate Zone indicator is lit to show selected zones
Zone n selected Zone n deselected
Press number button to select Program to be configured
Program 1 Program 2 Program 3

Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3

Press number button to select / deselect zone

Factory defaults

Used Zones Timed Zones Time inhibit zones Entry time

All Zones

Zone 1

Zone 2

Input Entry/Exit time respectively
seconds duration seconds duration seconds duration (factory default)

Stop event scroll / view Leave engineer mode
Flag B descriptions: Communicator output active high: When this flag is set it configures the polarity of communicator outputs to active high, that is output is held at 0V rising to 12V in alarm. Line fail active high: When this flag is set it configures the polarity of line fail input. User Reset PA: When this flag is set it permits the user code to reset the system after a PA alarm, even if Engineer reset flag is set.
User Reset Fire: When this flag is set it permits the user code to reset the system after a Fire alarm, even if Engineer reset flag is set. Program n to Report: When this flag is set it allows program n to activate the intruder and confirmed outputs. (Main use is to prevent a night time program from communicating). Entry deviate: When this flag is set it permits an immediate zone to be activated during the entry period without causing a full alarm.

Zone Type

The G3 range of panels are not supplied with wire links to terminate unused zones. Therefore all unused zones must be programmed out by setting them to disabled using the Zone Type function.
Example: To disable an unused zone 8, Press: Prog 0 Reset Enter Engineer program mode Zone 5 Configuration
Press a number button to select Zone to be configured
Zone 1 type Zone 2 type Zone 3 type
Disabled Security Fire 24h Fire PTS Keyswitch

Factory default Zone 1

Zone 4 type
Press a number button to select zone type
Zone 5 type Zone 6 type Zone 7 type Zone 8 type

Exit to zone type

Day Attack
Exit zone configuration Leave engineer mode
Appropriate Zone indicator is lit to show Zone type

Zone Attributes

Example: To configure zones 4 and 5 for Double knock operation, Press: Prog Reset Reset Reset Enter Engineer program mode Zone 6 Attributes
Double Knock Omit Prevent Zone Delay
ZONE 1 - 8 Momentarily On Day
Deselect all zones Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7
Press number button to select / deselect zone delay, Omit zone or Double knock

Resistance Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8
Area protection and equipment used (eg PIR, Contacts.)

Quick Reference

Engineer Program Mode Prog
To exit engineer program mode

Alarm test (see page 16)

3 Communicator Tests (see page 17)

Flags A (see page 17)

4 Flags B (see page 18) 1
5 Zone Type (see page 19) 7
Zone Attributes 6 (see page 20)
Timers and Counters (see page 21 & 22) Bell timer Bell delay timer Service timer
Zone 1 type Zone 2 type Zone 4 type Zone 5 type

Fire Output

Silent PA Double Knock Omit Prevent Zone Delay RKP PA enable
Communicator output active high Line fail active high User Reset PA

3 Bell test 3 4

PA Output Intruder Output
Engineer reset Anti-code reset Enable Door bell on PTS Program 1 to report User Reset Fire

Low volume sounder

Open /Close Output

High volume sounder

Walk test

Zone 6 type

Abort Output
Re-arm counter (00 to 99) Anti-code reset site code

6 Confirmed Output

Enable single key setting

Program 2 to report

Zone 7 type
Enable strobe on setting Enable Bell in Fire
Program 3 to report Entry deviate
The panels conform to the requirements of the European EMC and Low Voltage directives, and carries the CE mark

Zone 8 type

8 Codes (see page 13)
Lighting Controller (see page 23)
Set up program (see page 15) View the event log (see page 18)
Channel assigned zones Program 1

Change User code 1

Used Zones Timed Zones Time inhibit zones Entry time Exit time Exit mode

Change User code 2

Channel assigned zones Program 2 Program 3

Change Duress code

Change Engineers code

Disabled Timed

Channel 8 assigned zones Channel 9 Hold time (0-99s) Set the light threshold level (0 - 99%)
Terminated set Final Door Set Silent set (use exit time)
For Technical Support : 1550
Intruder alarm system Operating Instructions

Remote LED keypad

Attack Tamper
These operating instructions cover the following intruder system:
8SP 401 Accenta G3 panel with remote LED keypad 8SP 400 Accenta mini G3 panel with remote LED keypad 8EP 395 Optima G3 panel with built in keypad
8EP 396 Optima compact G3 panel with built in keypad For Clarity, the information given on setting the system, assume that all Programs use a timed or final door setting routine.

Unset system indications

An unset system will have both Day and Power Day Power indicators lit. This is a normal indication when the system is disarmed.
Note: If the Power indicator goes off at any time then there is a mains supply failure at the security panel, consult your servicing organisation.

Set System indication

An active Set system will have only the Power Power indicator lit. This is an armed system indication.

Operating instructions

Unset system indications - - - - - - - - - - Set System indication - - - - - - - - - - - Access codes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How to operate Personal Attack - - - - - How to unset system in alarm - - - - - - Programs 1, 2 and 3 - - - - - - - - - - - - How to set the system (on program 1) - - Push to Set Switch - - - - - - - - - - - - - Keyswitch Set - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Faults during setting - - - - - - - - - - - - How to unset the system (turn off) - - - - How to set program1,2 or 3- - - - - - - - How to Quick set - - - - - - - - - - - - - How to Omit zone(s) on setting system - - Fire Alarm - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How to set Chime zone - - - - - - - - - - Operators Program mode - - - - - - - - - To exit operation at any time - - - - - - - - How to enter Operators program mode - How to view the event log - - - - - - - - - How to create/omit User 2 code - - - - - - How to change current user code - - - - - How to create/change/omit the Duress code How to carry out Alarm and Walk tests- - Servicing organisation details - - - - - - - - Quick Reference - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 8
How to unset system in alarm
Enter your code. Entering the code will turn the alarm off and the cause of the alarm will be displayed. After investigation press Reset to clear the indication.

n n n n

FIRST ZONE IN ALARM OTHER ZONES IN ALARM

Investigate the Alarm

ALL ZONE

Strobe Off

Access codes
Note: If the alarm indication does not clear, then the system may need to be reset by the installation engineer, contact you installer for further information.
Programs 1, 2 and 3 Access codes
There are two User codes used in the system, all are 4 digit and can be set to any number from 0000 to 9999, signified by:
The user 1 and 2 codes have the same operation for testing, Setting and Unsetting, but user 1 code which is usually considered to be the Managers code has the authority to add, change or delete the user 2 code and Duress code.
The panel uses 3 Part Set routines known as Programs. In each Program the exit mode can be changed and the zone may be set up to have a different function. The examples below show how 3 typical Programs could be used in a house. Program 1 To arm all of the zones and become Set as the user leaves the property and closes the final door. Program 2 To protect the perimeter of the property in the evening and become Set after say 20 seconds. Program 3 To protect the downstairs areas of the house at night and become Set silently. The above are purely examples. The installer has the ability at the programming stage to configure all the circuits to the customers exact requirements.

Faults during setting

If the system is not clear when you try to Set it, the sounder will produce an open zone tone and the fault will be displayed. Either re-enter your code to turn off and investigate or omit the faulty zone(s) from the system.

How to Quick set

During the exit period (on entering User code) Day the system may be Set Set the system or quickly by pressing Set. This removes the exit time Set a Program period.
5 seconds insistent beeps Day

How to set Chime Zones

Example: To set zone 3 and 4 to chime, Press:
If you omit zones and require Quick Set, you will need to press Set twice.
Timeout after 5 seconds if no selection is made

Day Chime

o/p ARC Set output
Deselect all zones (Factory default - no chime) Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Appropriate Zone indicator is lit to show chime zone(s)
Zone n Chime selected Zone n Chime deselected
How to Omit zone(s) on setting system
Press number button to select / deselect Zone Chime
During the exit period after entering User code and selecting a Day program press Set the system or Set a Program and while theOMIT, the exit tone will stop and zones system is setting: that are about to be Omit ZONE(S) TO BE ARMED armed will be displayed. Key in Exit beep the zone number(s) to be omitted which Press the zone(s) n to be omitted will flash to confirm selection. Zone ZONE(S) TO BE OMITTED indicators which show steady are still Set about to be armed. 10 seconds Exit beep insistent beeps When the selection is complete press Day Set and the exit tone o/p ARC will start. Set output If a zone refuses to be omitted, it may be because the engineer has programmed the panel to prevent you from turning off the zone. If in doubt ask your installer for advice.

Leave chime mode

Fire Alarm
The fire zone will operate on detection of a fire, whether the system is Set or Unset, when configured as a 24 hour zone, and cause a distinctive internal sounder tone. The external sounders will pulse on and off at 2 second intervals and all keypad indicators will flash to attract attention.
Chime is a low security monitoring system for use when the system is Unset. When a zone that is set to chime is operated, the internal sounder will produce a low volume two stage warning tone and the Zone indicator will show. The indicator may be cancelled by pressing Reset. Chime is particularly useful in a shop to warn of a customer presence or in a house to warn that a door or particular area has been accessed. Any zone may set to be on or off chime by pressing the CHIME key and then keying in the required zone number(s). Key 0 to cancel all zones from chime. After a few seconds the system will automatically return to the Day mode.

Servicing organisation details
Servicing organisation name: ______________________________________ Telephone number: ______________________________________ Date of installation: ______________________________________ Account Number: ______________________________________ Installation Date: ______________________________________
Bell Time:_____________________________ Bell delay______________________________ Area protected Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 T = Timed (Entry/Exit - Zone) TI = Time Inhibited (Access zone to keypad) I = Immediate (All zones armed to give full alarm) Program 1 Program 2 Program 3

To Set a Program

Day Entry beep Day Day
To Set the system (Program 1)

n n n n n n n n

To Un-set the system To Quick Set the system Bell
Alarm FIRST ZONE IN ALARM

To Reset Alarm state

To Omit zones on Setting system

Exit beep

Exit beep Acknowledge
OTHER ZONES IN ALARM 5 seconds insistent beeps Day

ZONE 1-3

Set the system or Set a Program
ZONE(S) TO BE ARMED Exit beep
Set the system or Set a Program and while the system is setting:
10seconds insistent beeps
Or Day 10 seconds insistent beeps

Exit beep Day

o/p ARC Set output o/p ARC Set output
Press the zone(s) to be omitted

ZONE(S) TO BE OMITTED

Operators program mode menu map
Operators Progam Mode Prog
To exit Operators program mode

To set Chime zone

Alarm test Change / omit User code 2 (By user 1 only) Change the code of Current user (either User 1 or User 2) View the event log

n n n n n

10 seconds insistent beeps
Strobe test To omit the user 2 code
Automatic event scroll Starting from event 1 to 8 For manual scroll

Zone to chime

3 Bell test
View event 8 (Newest event)
View event 1 (oldest event)
Change / Omit 9 the Duress Code (By user 1 only)

Resume automatic scroll

Normal indications of an Unset system

6 n n n

Walk test Press zero to turn off options 2,3,4 and 5 before selecting a new one

Alarm indications

Stop event scroll / view

Bell On

Strobe

 

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