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LEGEND - 100 INSTALLER

PROGRAMMING
LCD KEYPAD PROGRAMMING MANUAL

Revision 3.2.

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MANUAL

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CHAPTER 1: Introduction... 1. CHAPTER 2: Programming Mode -LCD Keypad..-... 2 CHAPTER 3: Display Format.... 4 CHAPTER 4: Question Types... 5 CHAPTER 5: Question Selection Modes.. 7 CHAPTER 6: Programming Questions Overview... 9 CHAPTER 7: Programming Levels.. ,.a. CHAPTER 8: Sample Programming Session.. 11 CHAPTER 9: Keypad Programming Questions... :.12 Programming Level.. CS Communications.. User Definition... System Attributes.. SystemTiming..12.12.18.19.2 1.23.2 5.2 8.3 0.3 3.3 4.35
System Function Codes.. AlarmTypes.. TroubleTypes... ZoneDefinition.. KeypadConditions.
Partitions.. Upload Parameters..
CHAPTER 10: Programming Levels...37 Quick.37 Intermediate. 38 Partitioned...39 Advanced.~.~.40 . CHAPTER 11: System Defaults.;.1:..:.-.::.!..ii..41. 3. I.* ,. r r? ,

1. INi-RODUCTION

The LEGEND - 100 panel is completely programmable through the LCD keypad. The panel is shipped from the factory with preprogrammed default characteristics which will suit many LEGEND installations. These default values are displayed in the section of this manual titled LEGEND - 100 System Defaults. Installer programming through an LCD keypad can be used to setup the panel during the initial installation or to modify programmable values at a later date. In addition, the LEGEND-l 00 can be programmed through the EZ-MATE Programmer (model 7150 using the model 7160 cartridge) or EZ-MATE PC Based Downloader. LEGEND-l 00 keypad programming is accomplished through a series of questions presented on the LCD keypad display. These displays contain easy to understand, simple english language prompts. The programming questions are described in detail in the LCD Keypad Programming Questions section of this manual. The keypad programming sequence has been designed to take into account typical LEGEND installations. You only have to answer the questions that are applicable to the level of your installation. Keypad programming is reserved for installer use only and is secured by the installer code. Functions such as user code modification can be performed through keypad entry without the need to enter the keypad programming mode. If your LEGEND installation includes only LED keypads, and you want to perform keypad programming,then an LCD keypad can temporarily be connected to program the unit through the keypad. Note: Keypad programming can only be performed while the system Is In a disarmed state.
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2. PROGRAMMING MODE - LCD KEYPAD
When the LEGEND panel has been placed into programming mobe the keys have a dedicated meaning. Since,this differs from the normal key definition a programming overlay exists to display the descriptions during Installer Programming.
Next Question Fire Burglary Instruments Installer Programming LCD KeypadOverlay Entry into Programmingmode: CODE l /fnaaNer Code) 1 Where: CODE l is the Codekey followed by l. [Installer Code] is six digit code 1 is the digit 1. Exit from ProgrammingMode: + + # (or SHlkT + ABORT) Pressthe * and# keys at the sametime.

Next Letter

Previous Questlon

Toggle

.O 0 0

Fomard

Prev. Letter

7693 I- 2373

Backwards
LCD KEYPAD - PROGRAMMING MODE NEXT QUESTION This function key processes the information entered on the display and advances to the next programming display. The next display depends on the programming level and the response made to the current question. The questions have been organized to skip questions which are not necessary based on previous responses. For example, if a secondary receiver telephone number is not defined, then the related questions dealing with the secondary number will be skipped. Therefore, do not be alarmed if the NEXT QUESTION key does not always obtain the next sequential question number. PREVIOUS QUESTION The PREVIOUS QUESTION key will sequence the display backwards to the previous question of the programming sequence. This key can be used scroll backwards through the questions. FORWARD Advances the cursor position forward within the second line of the display. The forward key does not change information. If the question type a numerical or text then the FORWARD key will advance the cursor to the left by one position. If the display contains multiple Yes/No questions then the forward key will move the cursor to the next slot on the display. BACKWARD Similar to the forward key except that the cursor will be moved to the previous position.

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NEXT LETTER The NEXT LEITER key is used only for text questions. Text questions request entry of characters. This includes the letters A-Z, numbers O-9,space character as well as the other characters that.-would normally -be seen on atypewriter or computer keyboard. Entry of text information is accomplished through use of the next letter key. The cursor must be positioned to the desired position and the next letter key will advance the display through the character set one character at a time. When the desired character has been reached hit the FORWARD key to advance the.cursor to the next position. When all the desired entries have been completed forthe text field hit the NEXTQUESTION key. In addition to the NEXT LETTER key advancing one character at a time, depression of the SHIFT key followed by the NEXT LETTER ( 7 ) key will advance through the character sequence more rapidly. When the desired character has been reached depress the NEXT LETTER (7) key again to stop the display. The character sequence includes the, letters A - Z along with the following; A-Z(I)space!#$%&()*+,-./0123456769:; = ?@I
Alphabetic characters can be entered as lower case or upper case values. ERASE FLD The ERASE FIELD function is performed by depressing,the SHIFT key (labeled,* in normal operation) followed by the ERASE FIELD key (normally the 6 key). This will blank out the entire field from the current cursor position to the end of the field and applies only to numerical and text fields only. Note: After the SHIFT key is depressed, the Ready light will be lit. PREV LETTER The PREVIOUS LETTER is similar to the NEXT LETTER key, however scrolls backwards through the character set for text entry. The character sequence begins with the last letter accessed by the system. In addition to the PREVIOUS LETTER key advancing one character at a time, depression of the SHIFT key followed by the 7 key will advance through the character sequence rapidly. This will make one complete pass through the character set. When the desired character has been reached depress the 7 key to stop the display. TOGGLE The TOGGLE key is used for YES/NO questions and multiple choice displays. The toggle key will advance the second line of the display through the available choices for the question. For example in a YES/NO question the TOGGLE key will change the answer from YES to NO if the initial value was YESThe second line of the LCD display shows the current value. The toggle key advances the display through the available choices for the programming question. After the last available choice has been reached, the display will return to the first choice. When the desired choice has been obtained, the NEXT QUESTION key will finalize the entry and advance to the next display.

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7. PROGRAMMING LEVELS

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Programming the LEGEND-l 00 through the LCD keypad has been simplified through the use of installer Programming Levels. The purpose of the programming levels is to ask only the programming questions applicable to the installation. Any questions that are skipped will remain at the preprogrammed FBI default values. When entering keypad programming, the first question ( #OOO) requests the programming level. Based on programming level selected the appropriate questions will be asked. The questions which are asked for each of the programming levels are shown in section 10 of this manual. The Programming level question is as follows;
The following Programming Levels exist within the LEGEND-loo; QUICK The quick programming level relies mainly on the FBI default values. The installation is intended as a non partitioned system using the default reporting codes and timing attributes. The zone types will adhere to the types as described in the System Defaults. Using the quick mode, it is only necessary to answer some of the communications questions. INTERMEDIATE The intermediate level is similar to the quick mode except the installer has additional flexibility in programming reporting codes, timing options and some of the zone characteristics. This programming level will probably be sufficient for most residential single partitioned installations. PARTITIONED Similarto the Intermediate level except that the panel is partitioned. The zones, users and keypads will be assignable to partitions and account numbers can be programmed for each partition. ADVANCED In the advanced level all of the programming questions will beasked. This level would be for the installation requiring control over more of the advanced features of the LEGEND-loo. NOTE: if questions are accessed directly, thi? will still adhere to the programming level selected. For example, if the QUICK mode is selected, then a request for a programming question contained in advanced mode

will skinned.

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SECONDARY CS ACCOUNT NUMBER pizEq Enter the account number to be reported to CS#2 (Question #8). The account number questions (12 and 13) will be repeated for the number of partitions entered in question number 11. The portion of the display labeled P# indicates the partition number being entered. The account numbers can be up to four digits. If a three digit account number is desired then enter XXXb, where XXX is the desired three digit account number followed by a blank (depression of the SHIFT key followed by the 8). If the partition should not report to CS#2 then enter a blank account number. To erase an existing account number position the cursor on the first digit and depress the SHIFT key followed by the 8 key. Valid entries for the account number question includes the digits 0-Sor A-E. Enter the account number exactly as it would be seen at the receiver. Consult your Central Station manager to determine the valid digits for your receiver. PANEL INSTALLER CODE 71, The LEGEND-l 00 contains a series of functions which can only be performed by an authorized installer. These functions include keypad programming, walk test, time setup, and system log view. In order to perform any of these installer reserved functions entry of this six digit installer code will be necessary. Each alarm company should select a six digit code in order, to secure their panels from other installers. The code should probably be kept uniform for each Alarm company. The factory default value for the installer code is 123456. NOTE: Special care should be made whenever changing the installer code value since subsequent keypad programming sessions will require the code entered.
TO&H TONE DIALING ENABLE pGxErI Indicates whether touch tone dialing should be enabled for the panel. If. touch tone dialing is not selected then pulse dialing will be performed. Default value = NO This question will be skipped if all of the telephone numbers have been defined as blanks. CENTRAL STATION DIALER ENABLE i
This question indicates whether the communicator section wiil be active for the panel. If the system is being operated as a local alarm only or the dialer operation should be suspended enter NO. Default F YES. REMOTE OPERATION pGzy;,,, Indicates whether remote.actions of any kind witI be permitted on this panel. This includes uploads, downloads, arms/disarms, bypasses and status checks. These commands can be performed through an EZ-MATE, Programmer or EZ-MATE PC Based Downloader. Questions 18 and 19 will specify which remote actions will be permitted. REMOTi.ARM/DISARM ENABLE p i
Indicates whether this panel can be armedand disarmed remotely through an EZ-MATE Programmer or EZ-MATE PC Based Downloader. This question provides an additional layer of security for remote operations. REMOTE BYPASS ENABLE

Indicates whether this panel can have individual zones bypassed or unbypassed remotely through an LEGEND-100 KEYPAD PROGRAMMING Page-16
EZ-MATE Programmer or EZ-MATE PC Based Downloader. Thk question will be skipped if the answer to the Remote Operations question 17 is NO. NUMBER OF AtiEMPTS

I020 # ATTEMPTS 1

extended option will hang up for 30 seconds prior to dialing. The antijam time represents the amount of time that the panel will wait between the time that the dialer has seized the line to the time that the dialing begins. Default = NO. EXTENDED ACKNOWLEDGMENT

SEC ACK

I_ (01-16) I Indicates thenumberof attempts made by the dialer to reach the Central Station receiver. Transmission will repeat up until the maximum number of attempts if a transmission is unsuccessful. If there are two Central Station telephone numbers defined and the type of signal should be sent to both receivers, then transmission will alternate between the two numbers if either line is busy. Default value = 8, 16 means 16 attempts. RING COUNT
Indicates whether the panel should waft up to 120 seconds for an acknowledgment from the.Central Station receiver, otherwise the panel will wait 30 seconds. Default = NO.
Whenever the Alarm Company attempts to communicate remotely with the LEGEND-100 it will dial the telephone number attached to the control panel. This question determines how many rings are necessary for this LEGEND-100 panel to pickup. The number of rings should be selected not to interfere with normal operation of the protected premise. For example, if the LEGEND-100 is connected to the existing telephone line of the location a value of one ring for pickup would probably be undesirable since the panel would pickup and seize the telephone line every time the phone rang. If an answering machine is present at the control panel site, then the number of rings should be set greater than the number of rings for the answering machine to pickup. Default value e-10. EXTENDED ANTIJAM TIME pgiElq The LEGEND-100 contains an anti-jam feature before it performs any communicator dialing. The antijam feature will disconnect the internal telephone line and perform a hang-up on any external connection. The standard hang-up t/me is b seconds while the LEGEND-100 KEYPAD PROGRAMMING Page-17

.9.3. USER DEFINITION

This section of the Installer keypad programming is used to setup the authorization levels and user partition assignments within the panel. The definition of the actual user codes is not performed within the Installer Keypad Programming sequence. User definition. or modification can be performed through normal keypad entry by the installer or authorized end user. SELECT USER NUMBER. pEi%q This display selects the user number to be maintained. The LEGEND-100 can contain up to sixteen different users. Entry of 00 will skip the USER questions and advance to the next group of questions. USER AUTHORIZATION LEVEL yl Authorization level of this user within the panel. The values range from 1 (highest) to 4 (lowest) as defined below; LEVEL 1 Arm, Disarm, Bypass, Program Users LEVEL 2 Arm, Disarm, Bypass LEVEL 3 Arm, Disarm LEVEL 4 Arm (Temporary User) Note: User#l is always a level 1 user. USER CS OPEN/CLOSE ID pGEq This.indicates the digit which will be transmitted to the Central Station when this user opens or closes the premise. The default value for each users CS,code will be the user number. If Open/Close signals are not transmitted then this value will be ignored, or if STAN format has been selected which only transmits the opening or closing code (questions 006,010).

The LEGEND-100 contains three different bell cutoff times which can be selected for the alarm and trouble types. Enter the duration of timeout #l in one minute intervals. CUTOFF TIMER #2. The LEGEND-100 contains three different bell cutoff times which can be selected for the alarm and trouble types. Enter the duration of timeout #2 in one minute intervals. NOTE: The cutoff timers are selected in the alarm and trouble type and relate to whichever relay is used for that particular alarm or trouble type.
Indicates the number of dialer activations from all zones of the panel which will cause a dialer lockout. This counter will be reset with each arming of the system and applies only to burglary zones that have been defined with lockout enabled. Dialer lockout does not effect the bell activation. Default = 15(None). If you do not want dialer lockout enter 15
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LOCAL DIALER LOCKOUT COUNTER 71 Indicates the number of dialer activations from an individual zone panel which will cause a dialer lockout. This counterwill be reset with each arming of the system and applies only to burglary zones that have been defined with lockout enabled. Default = 15(None). If you do not want dialer lockout enter 15.
partition where the opening occurred. In addition if the transmission format selected includes the user code then the user number will be included. CLOSING CODE

1065 CLOSING

CODE 1
9.6. SYSTEM FUNCTION CODES.
1.p (0-F) PIndicates the reporting code for a closing. If the system is partitioned then the account number transmitted to the Central station will depend on the partition where the closing occurred. In addition if the transmission format selected includes the user code then the user number will be included. CS TEST CODE
The System Function Codes section defines the codes that will be transmitted to the Central Station when various conditions occur. The values A-F can be entered into any of these questions as follows; DIGIT KEYSTROKES A SHIFT 1 B SHIFT 2 SHIFT 3 C D SHIFT 4 E SHIFT 5 F SHIFT 6
Indicates the reporting code for a system test. The type of system test (12 or 24 hour) is defined in question #031, and the time of test in question # 051. The system test code represents the entire panel rather than a specific partition and the account numbers for partition 1 will be used. Enter up to two digits for the system test code. If a single digit reporting format is used then only the first digit will be used.

BYPASS CODE

1 _, (0-F)
Indicates the system reporting code for a bypass. An option exists per zone to determine whether bypasses are reported. Bypasses will be reported to the Central Station based on the bypass option selected in question #33. ; ABORTCODE

l~;UiYliT6ODE 1,

AC LOSS CODE ,(, pgzy
Indicates the reporting code for AC failure. AC loss will pnly be reported to the Central Station if the loss is greater than the time period specified in question #052. AC loss is a system wide condition and will report using the account numbers for the first partition. AC RESTORE CODi
Indicates the reporting code for an abort. This abort code will only be transmitted if the ,action on abort (question #042) specifies Abort. OPENING &DE
Indicates the restore code transmitted upon restore of.AC. Indicates the reporting code for an opening. If the system is partitioned then the. account number transmitted to the Central station will depend on the LEGEND-100 KEYPAD PROGRAMMING Page-23

LOW BATTERY CODE

Iy;;UZLOWBATTI
Indicates whether the buzzer should be ,activated \ upon a low battery condition. Reporting code for low battery condition. Low battery transmission will occur if the battery voltage drops below 11.5 volts. Low battery conditions will be reported with the account number for,patlition #l. LOW BATTERY RESTORE CODE p$zyGEq Reporting code for low battery restore condition. SYSTEM ERROR CODE -1 Indicates the reporting code for system error. condition. SYSTEM ERROR RESTORE CODE

1072SYSERRREST

BUZZER ON SYSTEM ERROR ppE&Tiq Indicates whether the buzzer should be activated upon a system error condition. AMBUSH TYPE prGy This determines whether a valid user code altered by + or - one will be interpreted as an ambush cod8.lf NO then user #16 can be interpreted as a systemwide ambush code based on the information entered in question 78. DEFAULT = NO. USER 16 AMBUSH pzizzq ,-,

I- (0-F)

Indicates the reporting code for system error restore condition. DOWNLOADER CODE
This determines whether user #16 will b8 interpreted as a system wide ambush code. An answer of NO to this question and question 077 means that there is no ambush code capability within the system. If both questions 077 and 078 are YES then US8r#16 will be used as the ambush code. 24 HOUR - AC LOSS 07924 HRACLOS
The EZ-MATE Programmer and the PC Based Downloader can transmit database information from the Alarm Company to the LEGEND-l 00. Upon completion of a downloading session the panel can transmit a signal to the Central Station receiver to verify that a downloading has taken place. This download code will be sent based on the reporting type specified in the test type question 030. The Download code will transmit the account number for partition #l. BUZZER ON AC,,LOSS

Indicates whether the buzzer should be activated if the system is armed and an AC loss occurs. 24 HOUR- LOW BATTERY

08024HRLOBAT

Indicates whether the buzzer should be activated upon AC Loss. BUZZER ON LOW BATTERY
YES I Indicates whether the buzzer should be activated if th8 system is armed and a low battery condition occurs.
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IOQ4HRSYSERR

Note: The Alarm Type questions below display the Alarm Type number as ATxx, where xx will be the actual alarm type from 01 - 16. The actual alarm loop characteristics are specified by zone in questions 118,123,124. SELECT ALARM TYPE -1
Indicates whether the buzzer should be activated if the system is armed and a system error condition exists.

TROUBLE TYPE - AC LOSS

082TRTY 1 -(l-4)
Indicates the Trouble Type used upon sensing an AC loss. Default = 1. NOTE: The Trouble Types are defined in questions 100 through 110 and represents the actions to be taken when a trouble occurs. This includes the description that would appear on the LCD display, reporting codes, trigger outputs etc. TROUBLE TYPE - LOW BATTERY 71 Indicates the Trouble Type used upon sensing a low battery. Default = 2. TROUBLE TYPE - SYSTEM ERROR

084TRTYSYSlSR 1 :u-41

The alarm type selection display requests the desired alarm type for maintenance. The valid choices are 01-16 and an entry of 00 will skip the alarm type questions and proceed to the Trouble Types. After completion of the last Alarm type question (#098), the selection question will reappear and display the next alarm type value. For example after completion of alarm type #2 the display will proceed to alarm type

ALARM TYPE DESCRIPTION

1086DESCR ATxx 1
The Alarm Type descriptions are used to provide english language prompts on the face of the LCD keypad. The descriptions are not transmitted to the Central Station. Enter the ten character description to be associated with this alarm type. If the system contains an LCD display then this description will appear on the first line of the display when an alarmcondition has activated. Examples of alarm type descriptions would include BURGLARY, FIRE, HOLDUP, LOW TEMP., etc. The alarm type description should apply to the general condition rather than the specific zone. The second line of the LCD display will display the sixteen character zone description which is defined in question #l 11. ALARM TYPE CS CODE

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9.9. ZONE DEFINITION

The Zone definition section describes the attributes of the hardwired zones connected to the LEGEND-l 00 panel. Each display contains a different zone attribute question. The zone number being defined is indicated by the ZNxx notation, in the right hand corner of the first line of the display. SELECT ZONE NUMBER
The :following examples are provided for the different formats for transmissions of alarm conditions; ,& STANDAkD Example: 123Z where Z= Zone CS code The value entered for the Alarm Type CS code will not be used. EXTENDED 123A AAA Z where: A = Alarm type CS Code (question #087) and Z is the zone CS code. NOTE: This format can contain either three or four digits within the account number. PARTIAL EXTENDED 123Z Where: Z = Zone CS code,. The Alarm Type CS code is not used for this format. The partial extended format transmits a single round signal for alarm conditions and an expanded message for system conditions such as openings closings, troubles etc. NOTE: This format can contain either three or four digits within the account number. 4x2 f *1234 AZ where: A= Alarm type CS code (question $087) and Z is the zone CS code. FBI Superfast Format 4x3x+ 1234 AZZA Where: A = Alarm type CS code (question #087) and Z is the decimaf equivalent (00-16) of the zone,CS code , For example a zone code of 12 can be entered as a C (SHIFT 3) from the keypad. ZONE BYPASS ENABLE 1114EN BYP ZNxx 1 I
111 SEL ZONE 1 -Ol-16,00 SKIPI,
The zone selection display requests the zone number to be defined. The hardwired zones are referred to as 01-16. To skip the zone definition questions entirely enter 00. Upon completion of the programming questions for,a particular zone, the selection display will reappear with the next sequential zone number as the current value. if the system has been defined without the zone expansion module (question #032) then the zone selection question will only accept input between 1 and 8. ZONE DESCRIPTION JI1IDF.SCR.ZNxrI.Enter the sixteen character description for this zone. Zone descriptions will appear on the second line of an LCD keypad when a condition from this zone has activated. This description will appear for alarms, troubles , bypasses and NOT READY conditions forthis zone;. The zone description should probably contain the location or purpose of the zone. CS REPORTING CODE.F[ Indicates the code transmitted to the Central Station for this zone. The placement of the code in the transmission depends on the format selected in questions 006 and 010. The LEGEND-100 can transmit to two separate Central Stations and these two receivers can have different formats.

Indicates whether this zone is bypassable. Zone bypassing can be performed by an authorized user from the keypad or from a remote programming device. Bypasses can be performed whether the system is armed or disarmed by an authorized user. ZONE TROUBLE ENABLE
Indicates whether this zone reports trouble conditions to the CS. c--J
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PARTITION SELECTION ZONE CS RESTORE ENABLE
,pzEq Indicates whether this zone should transmit restore signals to the Central Station. If restores are transmitted then they will be handled as follows based on the type of format (questions 6 and 10); STANDARD Example: 123R where R- Restore code defined for the alarm type of this zone (question #088) The value. entered for the Zone CS code (quest/on #113) will not be used. EXTENDED 123R RRR Z where: R = Restore Code (question #088) and Z is the zone CS code( question #113). NOTE: This format can contain either three or four digits within the account number. PARTIAL EXTENDED 123R RRRZ Where: R = Restore Code (question #088 and Z = Zone CS code (question #113). The partial extended format transmits a single round signal for alarm conditions and an expanded message for system conditions such as openings closings; troubles etc. NOTE: This format cancontain either three or four digiF2within the account number. 1234RZ.-. where: R = Restore.code (question #088) and Z is the zone CS code (question #113). FBI Superfqst Format,4x3xl 1234 AZZR Where: A T Alarm typeCS code (question #087) for this zone; ZZ = the decimal equivalent (00-16) of the zone CS wd,e. For example a zone code of 12 can be entered as a C (SHIFT 3) from the keypad. R = Restore code (question #088). This format identifies a restore by the zone number and type of alarm.
Indicates the &tition that the.zone belongs. Each zone can ,be assigned to only one partition. If the panel has been setup as a single partition then all zones should be assigned to partition number 1. This question will be skipped if the system contains only one partition, as defined.in question #ll. ZONE 24 HOUR ALARM Ial.
ill7 PARTIT. ZNxx 1 I (l-8) r 1 I
Indicates whether the alarm portion of this zone should be active 24 hours a day regardless of the arming status of the panel. ZONE 24 HOUR TROUBLE py Indicates whether the trouble portion of this zone should be active 24 hours a day regardless of the arming status of the panel. ZONE ALARM TYPE

LEGEND-100

KEYPAD

INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMING

The following the LEGENDlist shows the programming 100 panel. questions presented in the intermcdiatc programming level within
000 Installer Programming

SYS FUNCTION

077 078

& TROUBLE CODES

CS COMMUNICATIONS
Callback Number CS #l Receiver Number Pulses Per Second CS#I Parity CS#l Format CS#l CS #2 Receiver Number Pulses Per Second CS#2 Parity CS#2 Format CS#2 Account Number 1 Account Number 2 Installer ,Code Touch Tone Dialing
Bypass Code Abort Code Opening Code Closing Code SystemTest Code AC Failure Code AC Restore Code Low Battery Code Low Battery Restore System Error Code + - Ambush Enable User 16 Ambush Code

ALARM TYPES

093 Select Alarm Type Description CS Code CS Reporting Type CS Restore Code Bell Delay Dialer Delay Buzzer Enabled Display Alarm

USER ATTRIBUTES

024 Select User Number 025 User Authorization Level 026 User CS ID

SYSTEM AtiRIBUTES

Open/Close CS Reporting Test CS Reporting Type Test Frequency Enable 16 Zone Operation Type

TROUBLE TYPES

100 Select Trouble Type 101 Description 106 CS Code CS Reporting Type Dialer Delay Bell Delay Timeout Selection

033 Bypass Transmission

SYSTEM TIMING
Bell Delay Dialer Delay Exit Delay Entry Delay #l Entry Delay #2 CS Test Time AC Loss Delay Exit Triggers

ZONE ATTRIBUTES

111 Select Zone Number 112 Description 113CSCode 114 Enable Bypass 115 Enable Trouble 116 CS Restore

054 Entry Triggers

KEYPAD CONDITIONS
Select Keypad Function # CS Code Description Alarm Type
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PARTITIONED PROGRAMMING

The following questions arc presented when the programming Level level is partitioned;

014 015

Callback Number CS #I Receiver Number Pulses Per Second CS#l Parity CS#l Format CS#l CS #2 Receiver Number Pulses Per Second CS#2 Parity CS#2 Format CS#2 # of Partitions Account Number 1 Account Number 2 installer Code Touch Tone Dialing
Bypass Code Abort Code Opening Code Closing Code System Test Code AC Failure Code AC Restore Code Low Battery Code _. Low Battery Restore System Error Code + - Ambush Enable User 16 Ambush Code
091 Select Alarm Type Description CS Code CS Reporting Type CS Restore Code Bell Delay Dialer Delay

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---------------~KEypAD FUNCTIONS ---------------DESCRIPTION PANIC Duress

MEDICAL SILENT PANIC

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CS CODE 2 2

AL. TYPE CS REST 2 N 6 > N 5 N 7 N

DEFINITION

ACCT#l

ACCT#2

KEYPADS
DESCRIPTION 12345'678 YYnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn

3 4. 7

nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn

~;i-;;i-G-&

DAY OF MONTH: DAY OF WEEK: REPORT HOUR: REPORT MINUTE: MAX # EVENTS: DUMP ACCT NO: DESCRIPTION #1: DESCRIPTION #2: DESCRIPTION #3: DESCRIPTION #4:

t()G;E

P-TERS

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01 SUNDAY 99 0000

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FBI Limited Warranty Fire Burglary Instruments, Inc., its parents, subsidiaries, divisions and affiliates (Seller) warrants its products to be in conformance with its own plans and specifications and to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for 18 months from the date stamp control on the product, or for products not having a date stamp, for 12 months from date of original purchase unless the installation instructions or catalog sets forth a shorter period, in which case the shorter period shall apply. Sellers obligation shall be limited to repairingor replacing, at its option, free of charge for materials or labor,any part which is proved not in compliance with Sellers specifications or proves defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service. Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty or otherwise, if the product is altered or improperly repairedor serviced by anyone other than Seller. For warranty service, return product transportation prepaid, to Factory Service, 163 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY,OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY,EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY ITS OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT Seller does not represent that the products it sells may not be compromised or circumvented; that the products will prevent any personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery,fire or otherwise; or that the products will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Customer understands that a properly installed and maintained alarm may ~ only reduce the risk of a burglary,robbery or fire without warning, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that SUC~--~~ occur or that there will be no personal injury or property loss as a result. CONSEQUENTLY,SELLER SHALL.& LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM I-HE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. However,if Seller is held liable, whether directly or indirectly,for any loss or damage arising under this Limited Warranty or otherise, regardless of cause or origin, Sellers maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price of the product, which shall be the complete and exclusive remedy against Seller. This warranty replacesany previous warranties and is the only warranty made by Seller on this product. No increaseor alteration, written or verbal, of the obligations of this Limited Warranty is authorized.

 

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