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BKC 2:18am on Sunday, October 24th, 2010 
I really do love this phone, and its pros far outweigh the one big complaint that I have with it, so lets get that out of the way first. The phone is great! I just got one of my rebates back today =) And T-Mobile is the absolute best...
VivaAir 10:30am on Thursday, October 14th, 2010 
This product is very good and easy to use. The best feature of this phone is trackball. Camera is good. Also. I ordered this phone about two weeks ago and although there was a bit of confusion on what type of cell phone i needed such as the carrier. product was awesome.recieved it on time and phone was new i will buy again thank you pricego. i love you guys
Belfurious 4:00pm on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 
This is an excellent phone. This is just a phone to remember. It has its nevigation key ball make of pearl. so it is named blackberry pearl. I just love my Blackberry Pearl because of its great performance coupled with a sleek look.
pihvi 11:37pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 
Good beginner BlackBerry This was my introduction into the BlackBerry product. It was an OK product. Color of case should be dark red but is really medium brown I ordered a dark red rim blackberry case. What i received was a medium brown colored case.
skwilliamson 10:48am on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 
The phone works well. I can see it is an original brand. that is very important for me. I am very happy with my purchase. Attractive Design". NA Easy Navigation Non QWERTY Keypad
Thin Thin Aye 1:18am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010 
Ive had this phone for almost 1 and a half years. ive had to replace it twice! never before has there been a phone with more problems. I can not believe this phone. I only had it a few months before it completely crashed.
titlo 9:14am on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 
Its a nice phone if it would work I had to RMA this phone twice! The first one had a problem with the speaker. The second would not even charge!
rhuijdts 4:42am on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
slow on internet, no memory (I only can save ... You really cannot have more than a couple of ...  Nice feel, look good, adequate screen good phone. You really cannot have more than a couple of apps on this phone. Tis was the biggest drawback for me. When I was playing a game.
sfjoel 8:18am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
If the next one is better will give it a higher ranking. If it is the same the rating will go down. Case is great, stylish, and protects the phone.

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GEM-RP1CA/1CAe/1CAe2 Keypad





Napco 1998

WI817B 11/98
NAPCO Security Systems, Inc.
333 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, New York 11701 For Sales and Repairs, call toll free: (800) 645-9445 For direct line to Technical Service, call toll free: (800) 645-9440 Internet:

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General Description... 4 Features... 4 Specifications... 6 Ordering Information.. 6 Summary of UL Requirements.. 8 INSTALLATION... 9 Mounting... 9 Wiring... 10 Wireless Systems... 10 Typical Residential Fire Installation.. 10 Typical Partitioned Installation.. 10 UL Commercial-Burglary Installations. 11 Testing the System.. 12 WIRING CONNECTIONS.. 13 Battery... 13 Transformer... 13 Siren/Bell Output... 13 Auxiliary Alarm Output.. 13 PGM Outputs... 13 Remote Bus... 14 Earth Ground... 14 Auxiliary Power.. 14 Reset Output... 15 Basic Zone Configuration.. 15 Expanded Zone Configuration.. 15 4-Wire Smoke Detectors... 16 2-Wire Smoke Detectors... 16 Telephone Lines... 17 KEYPAD CONFIGURATION MODE.. 18 Keypad Installation.. 18 Configuring the Keypads... 18 BASIC OPERATION.. 21 User Codes & Zone Descriptions.. 21 Arming and Disarming the System. 22 Bypassing Zones... 24 Alarm Indication... 24 Function Mode... 25 Keypad Messages... 30
Refer to accompanying GEM-P3200 Programming Instructions (WI818) for programming information.

NAPCO Security Systems

GEM-P3200 Installation Instructions

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Napco's Gemini GEM-P3200 is a state-of-the-art microcomputer-based burglary and residential fire alarm control panel of modular design. Integrally an 8-zone panel, it will support up to 32 zones with optional zone expansion modules, wireless receiver modules and/or GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 Keypads. Each panel includes an integral digital communicator. The control panel features programmable area partitioning. That is, the system may be divided into up to two discrete multiple-zone areas, each allowing access by only those users programmed for their respective area. Opening Suppression and Closing Suppression, available through Napco Quickloader software, suppress reporting within programmed windows. Conversely, Exception Reporting can transmit a fail to close if the panel is not armed within programmed intervals and, similarly, a fail to open if the panel is not disarmed within programmed intervals. Furthermore, the panel can be programmed to automatically arm either area at any time. A log containing up to 800 events (accessible TM through Quickloader software) monitors control-panel activity referenced to a precision real-time clock. A detailed event history may be displayed at the computer, using Napcos PCD3000 Quickloader Software. Keypads feature a liquid-crystal display for messages. In normal use, the LCD shows zone identification and status messages. Conventional LEDs and a sounder are also provided for annunciation. Data may be quickly and easily downloaded to the control panel using a PC-compatible computer with Napco's PCD3000 Quickloader software and PCI2000 computer interface. Or, the panel may be programmed using the keypad in its secondary mode of operation. In the keypad programming modes (there are two: Dealer and User), the LCD shows memory address, data values, programming prompts, and the alphanumeric characters required for entering up to 32 user codes and custom zone descriptions.


PGM output.

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Panel Dimensions: Box size is 12.375 long x 13.875 wide x 3.55 high Operating Temperature: 0-49C (32-120F) Input Power: 16.5VAC via CLASS 2 Plug-In 40VA or 50VA Transformer Loop Voltage: 10-13Vdc Loop Current: 2.4mA with 2.2K Ohm end-of-line resistor (Model EOL2.2K); 5mA for 2-wire smoke-detector zones; 1.4 mA using a 3.9K Ohm resistor (Model EOL 3.9K) with Zone Doubling Loop Resistance: 300W max.; 50W for 2-wire smoke-detector zones Relay Outputs (Burglary; Reset; Aux): Wet, 12Vdc, 1.2A max.; Dry (cut related jumper for dry contacts; see Wiring Diagram), SPDT contacts 24Vdc, 2A, 0.6 PF Auxiliary Power Output: 12Vdc regulated Remote Power Output: 12Vdc regulated (for keypads) Combined Standby Current (Remote Power + Aux. Power + Reset Relay Power): See following charts.
TRF11 (16.5 VAC, 40 VA) TRF11 (16.5 VAC, 40 VA) TRF11 (16.5 VAC, 40 VA)
RBAT4 (12 VDC, 4 AH) RBAT6 (12 VDC, 6 AH) RBAT6 (12 VDC, 6 AH) 2 RBAT6 (12 VDC, 6 AH)
N/A N/A PS3002 (13.2 VDC, 1.9 A) PS3002 (13.2 VDC, 1.9 A)

2.0 A 2.0 A 1.9 A

4 Hours 6 Hours 4 Hours 4 Hours
TRF11 (16.5 VAC, 40 VA) (3)

650 mA


TRF11 (16.5 VAC, 40 VA)

RBAT7 (12 VDC, 7 AH)

24 Hours

(1) (2)
With 1 RBAT6 battery, GEM-P3200 combined standby current + PS3002 standby current may not exceed 1.2A. W(2) With 2 RBAT6 batteries, GEM-P3200 combined standby current + alarm current may not exceed 1.9A (3) Not evaluated by U.L.
Standby Time: Residential Fire/Burglary & Commercial Burglary, 4 hours minimum EZM Module: GEM-EZM8: Input, 50mA (not including PGM output) PGM Output: 5mA, 12V Special Application Keypad Current: GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2: 100mA; 35mA if backlighting is disabled (cut W1, W2 & W3) PGM Output: 5mA, 12V Special Application Maximum Number of Keypads: 7 Maximum Wiring Length for each run (#22AWG): 1000' divided by total number of keypads and EZMs on run Keypad Dimensions: 4 x 5 x 1 (HWD); 11.1cm

System Components

GEM-P3200: Residential UL-Listed Burg Control Panel. GEM-P3200M: Mercantile UL-Listed Burg and Fire Control Panel. GEM-RP1CA\RP1CAe\RP1CAe2: 32-Character LCD Burg & Residential Fire Keypad with 4 EOL Zones. GEM-RP2AS\RP2ASe\RP2ASe2: LCD Burg & Residential Fire Keypad with remote panic.

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Optional Accessories and Peripherals
GEM-EZM4: 4-Zone Expansion Zone Module GEM-EVA 1: Electronic Voice Annunciator * GEM-EZM8: 8-Zone Expansion Zone Module ** GEM-RECV8: Wireless Receiver, 8 Zones ** GEM-RECV16: Wireless Receiver, 16 Zones ** GEM-RECV96: Wireless Receiver, 96 Zones ** GEM-TRANS2: Window/Door Transmitter, 2-Point ** GEM-TRANS4: Window/Door Transmitter, 4-Point ** GEM-KEYF: Key Fob Transmitter ** GEM-SMK: Wireless Smoke Detector ** GEM-PIR: Wireless PIR ** GEM-DT: Wireless Dual-Technology Sensor ** GEM-GB: Wireless Glass-Break Detector ** GEM-X10KIT: X-10 Interface * RM3008: Relay Module (in enclosure) M278: Line-Reversal Module PS3002: Power-Supply Module, 13.2Vdc, 1.9A EOL130: 2-Wire Fire Zone Resistor, 130W, 3W EOL2.2K: End-of-Line Resistor Assy., 2.2kW, for Fire Circuit FT2200: End-of-Line Relay/Resistor Supervisory Module RB1000: Relay Board * RBAT4: Rechargeable Battery, 12Vdc, 4AH RBAT6: Rechargeable Battery, 12Vdc, 6AH RBAT7: Rechargeable Battery, 12 VDC, 7AH RBATH1: Dual Battery Harness * RPB-3: Universal Junction Box TRF11: Transformer, 16Vac/40VA, Class 2 TRF14: Transformer, 16Vac/50VA, Class 2 WL1: Wire Assembly with Lug Connector, 20 VERI-PHONE: Two-Way Voice/Listen-In Module * PCD3000: Downloading Software for IBM PC-Compatible PCI2000/3000: Software with Interface for IBM PCCompatible Computer PCI-MINI: Notebook Computer Interface * W834-1: Keypad Cable, plug-in (20) OI163: Instruction Manual, GEM-P3200 OI192: Instruction Manual, GEM-RP2AS OI193: Instruction Manual, GEM-RP1CA WI818: GEM-P3200 Programming Manual WIZARD IIe: Telephone Interface Module * * Not investigated by UL. ** Not investigated by UL for commercial applications.
Refer to the following list of recommended devices. Bells: Ademco AD8-12; AD10-12 Amseco MBL-8/12V; MBL-10/12V Wheelock 46T-G4-12-R*; 46T-G6-12-R; 46T-G10-12-R Hochiki America AL-VB-1012*; AL-MB-612* *Not for Household Fire applications (<85dB at 10') Grade-A Bell: Ademco AB-12 Bell in Box Horns: Wheelock 34T-12-R; MT-12/24; MT4-12/24; MIZ-12 Faraday 6120-0-0-12-DC* Federal Signal 450E-24 Hochiki America AL-FH-12M* *Not for Household Fire applications (<85dB at 10') Mini-Horn: Federal Signal 460-024-R (red); -W (white); -BG (beige) Chimes: Wheelock CH-CF1-12; CH-DF1-12 (both for private-mode signalling only) Strobes: System Sensor SS1215ADA; SS1215ADAB Wheelock LS12 Strobe/Horns: Wheelock 7002T-12-W-FR; 7001T-12-W-FR; V7001T-12W-FR Gentex SHG-12H System Sensor MASS1215ADA; MASS1215ADAB Electronic Signals: Wheelock ES-BH2-R; ES-DL2-R; ES-EL2-R Electronic Signal/Strobes: Wheelock ES-BH2-WH-12DC-HF-R; ES-DL2-WS-12DCVF-R; ES-EL2-WS-12DC-HF-R Bell/Strobes: Wheelock 46T-G6-12-WS-12-HF-R; 46T-G10-12-WS-12HF-R Transformers: Basler Electric BE116240CAA 40VA; BE116250CAA 50 VA Smoke Detectors, 2-Wire: System Sensor 1400; 2400; 2400TH, each with selfcontained base; 1451; 2451; 2451TH, each with B401B Base Voltage Rating: 8.5-13.3Vdc Maximum Number of Detectors: 10

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Reset Output can be activated depending on the programming options selected (see GEMP3200 Programming Instructions). Connect the device controlled by the programmable output between terminal 15 (+) and terminal 14 (-).


The basic zone configuration for the GEM-P3200 is 8 zones. Connect as shown above to terminals 16-27. Normally Closed (N.C.) devices may be wired in series or Normally Open (N.O.) devices may be wired in parallel. Use the 2.2K Ohm end-of-line (E.O.L.) resistor in each zone, if selected in programming (refer to the GEM-P3200 Programming Instructions). Zones 1-8 can be selected for a Fast Loop Response (10 ms or 50 ms) or a Normal Loop Response (750 ms). Other zone options include Zone Type (Entry/Exit, Interior, 24 Hour Protection, Trouble and Fire), Instant, Chime, Area Selection and Relay Output selection.
Additional Zones are numbered 9-96.




The GEM-P3200 Control Panel may be expanded up to 32 zones. This may be accomplished by adding 24 additional zones to the basic 8 zone configuration. Hardwired zone expanders include: GEM-EZM4 (4 additonal zones per module), GEM-EZM8 (8 additional zones per module) and GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 Keypad (4 additional zones per keypad). Wireless zone expanders include: GEM-RECV8 (8 additional zones per receiver), GEM-RECV16 (16 additional zones per receiver) and GEM-RECV96 (32 additional zones per receiver). Wireless transmitters include: GEM-TRANS2, GEM-TRANS4, GEM-KEYF, GEM-SMK, GEM-PIR, GEM-DT and GEM-GB.

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The GEM-P3200 can use conventional 12 VDC 4-wire smoke detectors. To use them, the select fire zone programming option and do not select 2-wire smoke detector programming option for the desired fire zone (refer to the GEM-P3200 Programming Instructions). Set JP7 to the position as shown, if zones 7 or 8 are to be used. Four wire smoke detectors may be connected to any programmed fire zone (1-8) as shown, within the panel. If external EZMs are used for zones 9-32, then 4-wire smoke detectors may be connected to any programmed fire zones (9-32). Power must be obtained from terminal 28 (+) and 29 (-). If Fire Alarm Verification is desired to reset the smoke detectors, select this option for the desired fire zone.
Two-wire smoke detectors can only be connected to zones 7 and 8. To use them, select fire zone programming option and select 2-wire smoke detector programming option for the desired fire zone 7 or 8 (refer to the GEM-P3200 Programming Instructions) and set JP7 to the position as shown. Connect the 2-wire smoke detectors as shown. If Fire Alarm Verification is desired to reset the smoke detectors, select this option for the desired fire zone (zone 7 or 8). 28

To enter the GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 Configuration Mode: 1. Move jumper JP5 (located at the upper-right corner of the control panel board) from Pins 1-2 (top two) to Pins 2-3 (bottom two). NOTE: See Wiring Diagram. 2. After about 15 seconds, the display will read
, where XX indicates the keypad address. 3. Press and proceed as follows. (Repeat the following procedure for all keypads.)


button to continue or press the


Press the

Keypad Tactile Beep

Upon entering the Keypad Configuration Mode, will be displayed, indicating that the tactile beep, which sounds when any button is pressed, is on. To turn off the tactile beep, press the beep on and off). button to exit.


will toggle the tactile

Entry Sounder

To turn off the keypad sounder during entry time, press the button (the button button to continue or press
will toggle the tactile beep on and off). Press the button to exit. the

Keypad Address

If more than one keypad is installed, each must be assigned a unique keypad address (that is, no two keypads may be numbered alike):
keypads must be numbered consecutively (missing numbers are not permitted) only Keypad No. 1 may be used for programming.
To assign the keypad number, proceed as follows:
1. Enter the assigned keypad number 0107, then press the button to save. A valid number will be acknowledged by a short beep; an invalid number will be rejected by a long beep. 2. Press the button to continue or press the button to exit.

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The compatibility number is a 4-digit security code that, if programmed into both the control panel and each GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 keypad, dedicates the keypad to only that panel. That is, (a) similar keypads not having the correct compatibility number will not operate in the system and (b) a keypad may not be removed for use on a system with a different compatibility number. Note: (1) If assigning compatibility numbers, record and store them in a safe place. (2) The GEM-RP2AS/RP2ASe/RP2ASe2 Keypad will function with or without a Compatibility Number. While the compatibility number may be changed, the old number must be known in order to program the new number. Note: If neither the control panel nor the keypad is given a compatibility number, both default to 0000 (thereby maintaining compatibility). button until is displayed. Enter the 4-digit To program the compatibility number, press the compatibility number that is programmed into the panel. Note: If the keypad had been previously programmed for a compatibility number other than 0000, the display would read . Enter the existing number before button to continue or press the button to exit. attempting to change it. Press the

Arming with No Delay

This feature allows normal exit delay, but cancels the next entry delay through an entry/exit zone. The display red LED will flicker. This feature may be used to provide instant protection while you or someone else is still on the premises. It will be cancelled automatically upon disarming.
button prior to or after arming.
A 2-second tone and displayed when attempting to arm indicates a priority condition; that is, a problem exists on at least one zone that has been designated a Priority Zone, or a system trouble exists. The trouble(s) must be corrected before the panel can be armed. The display will read
, then automatically scroll through all unsecured zones. If a system trouble is indicated, display the system trouble.

Priority Arming

Area Arming/Overview Mode
In a partitioned system, either or both secured areas may be armed (or disarmed) simultaneously from either the Overview Mode or the Manager's Mode (if enabled). To arm or disarm the alternate area, see Keypad Area Change, which follows. Overview Mode To enable or disable Overview, see ACTIVATE OVERVIEW function later in this section. The Overview Mode is a high security mode of operation requiring a Level-3 User Code with Overview Option, wherein the status of both areas is displayed at the keypad. When arming, the home area remains disarmed. To arm the alternate area, see Keypad Area Change, which follows. In the Overview Mode, !" will be displayed, where each dash (-) represents an area. In programmed areas, the dash will be replaced by one of the following: A = Area Armed B = Burglary Zone in Alarm C = Check Trouble; Area in Function-Display Mode F = Fire Zone in Alarm R = Area Ready (no faulted zones) T = Fire Trouble Z = Zone Fault buttons. In the Overview Mode, the alternate ready area may be armed by pressing the Note: The User Code must be valid in that area.
Similarly, the alternate armed area (A) may be disarmed by pressing the
If any zone is not secured, the system will not arm and the keypad will display #, where # represents the area number. Manager's Mode The Manager's Mode, in contrast to the Overview Mode, is a low-security mode of operation. and enter a valid user code, the Unlike the Overview Mode, when arming both areas press home area will also arm. As in Overview, if any zone is not secured, the area will not arm and the keypad will display #, where # represents the area number. and enter a valid user code. To disarm both areas, press


To arm the alternate area, see Keypad Area Change.

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2. Press the
Keypad Area Change To arm or disarm the alternate area: 1. Press the number button (1-8) representing the alternate area. button, then the button. The keypad will display , where X denotes the area selected. In effect, you will now be in that area.
3. Arm or disarm the area using your code (the code must be valid in that area). button, then the button. 4. To return the keypad to its home area, press the
Note: If the home keypad has been changed to the alternate area and unused for more than 5 minutes, it will revert to the home area.

Security Bypass

Zones programmed for Selective Bypass may be removed from the system prior to arming as follows: 1. Enter a code valid for bypass (Authority Level 1 or higher and Bypass option enabled), then press the button; # # will display.
button, then the zone number (or vice versa) to deactivate that zone.
Note: When the panel is subsequently disarmed, all bypassed zones revert to unbypassed zones (unless Disable Auto-Unbypass on Disarming is programmed or Interior Zones are programmed normally bypassed).
Easy Bypass (Do not enable in UL applications.)
Enable this feature by programming Disable Code Required for Easy Bypass. Then, zones programmed for Selective Bypass may be bypassed quickly and easily as follows. Note: This is not a high-security feature. 1. At the or
display, enter the zone number as a two-digit number (ex., 01, 15, etc.). Zones cannot be bypassed while the panel is armed. button. To unbypass the zone, press the button again. Note: Steps 1 and 2 may be reversed and this feature will still function.) Note: If Bypass Faulted Zones is programmed, pressing the and the buttons simultaneously will bypass all zones in trouble (except Fire and PIR Zones) that are also programmed for Selective Bypass.

Bypassing Interior Zones

Interior zones allow perimeter zones to be armed while part or all of the active interior remains disarmed. When the
button is pressed, the # reminder will come on. Pressing the button within 10 seconds will bypass the selected interior group without arming, otherwise Interior Bypass will time out and the system will revert to the regular disarmed state. All zones designated for the selected interior group(s) will be bypassed simultaneously when the system is armed. The alarm conditions will then be stored in the Alarm History Log and the Total Event Log (see HISTORY LOG).
To silence an alarm, enter a valid User Code, then press the button.
Should a burglary alarm occur, the red ARMED LED will flash, and the display will alternately read , then the zones violated. Disarm the panel; the display will read and will continue to indicate the violated zones until the button is pressed or the panel is armed once again.

function display. E23-00 - BURG BUS FAILED. Failure of 4-wire bus. Check Terminals 11/12. E24-00 - TIME FOR SERVICE. A service message can be programmed through the PCD3000 Quickloader (event-schedule screen) to remind the user to arrange for scheduled maintenance. At the programmed date and time, the keypad sounder will start to pulse and the display will read
(GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2) or (GEM-RP2ASe2/RP2ASe/RP2ASe2). This condition will behave as a system trouble and may be cleared as such, i.e., press the button to silence sounder; access RESET SYSTEM TRBL, then press the button. E39-00 - RF CAPACITY TRBL. Receiver capacity error. E51-00 - Alarm Output Supervisory. E99-00 - Keypad panic shorted too long. GEM-RP2AS/ RP2ASe/RP2ASe2 only. NN OUT OF SYSTEM - Keypad inoperative. NN = keypad number. ALARM - (After panel is disarmed) displays zones violated. FAULT FIND - Fault-find Mode activated. LOCATE - Locate Mode activated.
ZONES BYPASSED - (When Zones Bypassed displayed) Indicates zones that have been deactivated. OV(R-) - Overview Mode (Status of 2 areas): R=Zone Ready; also, Z=Zone Fault; A=Armed; B=Burglary Output; F=Fire Alarm; T=Fire Trouble; C=Check Trouble; Display Mode. SYSTEM TROUBLE - A System Trouble display will be followed by one or more of the following error codes: E01-00 - AC POWER FAIL. Power failure. Check power transformer. Check for blown fuse or circuit breaker; general power outage. E02-00 - LOW BATTERY. Battery below 11 volts. If not recharged within 24 hours, replace it. E03-00 - COMM FAIL. Unsuccessful communication to central station. Note: Will also display if panel improperly programmed to report; i.e., Report Alarm, Report Codes, Subscriber ID Numbers, etc. must be programmed. E04-NN - WL TRBL. Wireless transmitter supervisory failure. NN = transmitter number. E05-NN - WL LOBATT. Rf transmitter low battery. NN = transmitter number. E06-NN - RF REC TROUBLE. Rf receiver response trouble. NN = receiver number.
FIRE ALARM - Alarm condition on a Fire Zone. Press the button to silence the sounder. Correct the cause of the alarm, then press the button again.

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Note: Displayed messages shown are for the GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 keypad. GEM-RP2AS/2ASe/2ASe2 messages are similar but abbreviated. Refer to the GEM-P3200 Programming Manual (WI818) for address numbers. Abort Delay (Do not program for UL Applications.) A delay period that allows cancellation of the central-station report by disarming the control panel. Program zones for Abort Delay; see Time Selection for delay time. Note: If Abort Delay is selected for a 24-Hour Zone, the zone must be cleared before disarming the area. Ac Failure Ac-Fail Report Delay If AC power is removed from the control panel, will display at the keypad with a flashing reminder and a pulsing sounder. Press the button to silence the sounder; the reminder will remain on and

Jumpers (Refer to Wiring Diagram for UL configuration.) A: Cut for dry contacts on the Auxiliary Relay. B: Cut for dry contacts on the Burglary Relay. C: Cut for dry contacts on the Reset Relay. D: Cut if using a PS3002 Power-Supply Module. JP5: Keypad Configuration Jumper (top-right corner, above micro shield) is installed across top and center pins for normal operation. When configuring GEM-RP1CA keypads, move jumper across center and lower pins. JP6 & PS: For Residential Fire. See Alarm Outputs. JP7: 2-Wire Fire jumpers. Select Zones 7 and/or 8 for use as either 2-Wire Fire Zones or Burglary Zones. Note: If customizing a single-area default program, Zone 8 is configured as a 2-Wire Fire Zone. In a two-area default program, Zones 7 and 8 are confi gured as 2-Wire Fire Zones common to both areas; be sure to move JP7 Zone-7 jumper to the 2-WF position (see Wiring Diagram). Keypad Jumpers: GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 (Refer to label LA1374 on the circuit board fishpaper for jumper locations and a summary of settings) JP1: Cut to enable Keypad Tamper. W1 & W3: Cut both to disable touchpad backlighting. W2: Cut to disable LCD backlighting. Keypad Jumpers: GEM-RP2AS/RP2ASe/RP2ASe2 (Refer to label LA1390 on the circuit board fishpaper for jumper locations and a summary of settings) See Section 3: Configuring the GEM-RP2AS Keypad for jumper selection. Key Fob Transmitters Aux. Output Chirp on Key-Fob Arming Don't Clear Aux. Relay with Arm/Disarm Aux. Output Chirp on Key-Fob Arming will cause a 1-second chirp to sound on arming and a 2-second chirp on disarming. Use the steady output of a siren driver. Do not use a voice siren driver. Programming a C as the Key-Fob Aux-1 or Aux-2 option will provide the ability to toggle the Aux. Relay on or off. If there is an Aux. Relay timeout programmed, it will follow this timeout unless toggled off by the key fob. To provide key-fob-only control, program no timeout. Program Don't Clear Aux. Relay with Arm/Disarm to prevent a disarm from resetting the Aux. Relay. Key-fob users can report openings and closings. Key fobs 18 report as Users 2532, respectively.

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(a) Select Zone Type (Leave blank for Burglary Zone): 1 = Fire; 4 = Day Zone. (b) If relay timeout will be in seconds, add 8 to Zone Type (a) above. Otherwise, relay timeout will be in minutes. 4th Location (XXX4): Right nibble, program type of activation as follows: 1 = Alarm; 2 = Restore; 3 = Trouble; 4 = Trouble Restore; 5 = Follow Open Zones; 6 Follow Shorted Zones. (Leave blank if relay is not used.) Relay Follows Zone External Relays can be programmed to follow an open or shorted zone. Program External Relay to Activate On 5 to follow an open zone, or 6 to follow a shorted zone. If values are entered in Time locations, the relay will time out after the programm ed time. Relay Outputs See Alarm Outputs Relay / X-10 Mapping It is possible to have a relay or X-10 device activate for multiple events, with a maximum of 96 events. This allows the relay or X-10 device to be activated by multiple events or conditions. This is programmed by assigning or mapping events to relay numbers. While it is possible to program Relay/X-10 mapping at the keypad, IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT PCD3000, SCREEN R) EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL BE USED. The Relay / Entry# column typically indicates the number of the relay which will accept the commands on that line. However, the Map column, which is used to transfer the function defined on that line to a device on another line. If using the keypad, enter Direct Address Program Mode. Mapping is programmed in Locations 3778-3873. See Programming Instructions. Remote Panic See Panic Zone Report Telco 1 Report Telco 3 (Double or Split Reporting) Alarms, alarm restores, troubles and trouble restores may be selected individually for each zone. Violation of a zone selected to report will communicate the code(s) selected for that zone to the central station. Normally, Report Telco 1 is used to report to the central station. Report Telco 3 is used when certain zones will report to a different receiver (split reporting); Report Telco 1 and Report Telco 3 are both used on the same zone to report to two receivers successively (Double Reporting). (Double Reporting requires a successful report to Telco 1 before reporting to Telco 3.) Also see Backup Report on Telco 2. Reset Day Zone with Arm/Disarm Only See Day Zone Reset Relay See Alarm Outputs Resound on Wireless Smoke Low Battery If a wireless smoke detector low battery is detected, it will re-sound the trouble at the keypad every 4 hours when disarmed and every 12 hours when armed, until the condition is corrected. RF Jam Reporting RF Receiver Jam wil report as RF Receiver Trouble. Silence All Outputs During Audio Session with Lug E19 Whenever an active low is applied to control-panel Lug E19 (Listen-In), all output relays will turn off. Connect Veri-Phone Terminal 16 (INHO) to Lug E19. Selective Bypass Disable Code Required for Easy Bypass (Not for UL installations.) Any or all zones (132) programmed for Selective Bypass may be removed from the system, but each must be removed separately. Refer to BYPASSING ZONES in Section 3 for operation. Security Bypass, recommended for commercial applications, requires entry of a valid user code. Easy Bypass, recommended for residential applications, is selected by programming Disable Code Entry for Easy Bypass; this will permit bypassing/unbypassing zones without the need of entering a code (see Easy Bypass in Section 3). Do not program this feature in high-security applications. When one or more zones is bypassed, the BYPASSED reminder on the GEM-RP1CA/RP1CAe/RP1CAe2 keypad will display. Sensor Watch Program for any zone containing a PIR or dual-technology sensor, floor mats, door contacts, or other device where some activity is expected. This feature supervises the sensor by verifying that the zone activates before the PIR timer runs out. If no trip is detected within the programmed Sensor-Watch time, a system trouble will result and "" will be displayed at the keypad, where NN are the zone number(s). Select the RESET SENSOR MSG function to reset this system trouble. Program the Sensor-Watch PIR timer in Location 4088. Select a value in accordance with the anticipated activity within the coverage area while disarmed. In calculating the Sensor-Watch time, note that only the disarmed hours (the time between armed

Time Selection The following times are programmable:
TIME (1) UNITS MAX. PROG. TIME UNTIMED (2) UNTIMED (2) 4 MIN, 15 SEC (255 SEC) UNTIMED (1)(2) UNTIMED (1)(2) UNTIMED (2) 4 MIN, 15 SEC (255 SEC) (3) 63.25 SEC (255 QTR-SEC) (3) 42 HR, 30 MIN (2550 MIN) 4 MIN, 15 SEC (255 SEC) (4) 4 MIN, 15 SEC (255 SEC) (4) 4 MIN, 15 SEC (255 SEC) (4) 4 MIN, 15 SEC (255 SEC) (5) 4 HR, 15 MIN (255 MIN) 255 HOURS (6) 1st BOX tx16 2nd BOX tx1

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The output used for Burglary must be at least 4 minutes NOTES: in Residential UL installations, 15 minutes in Commercial UL installations. (2) If both locations are left blank, this feature will remain active until the system is disarmed. When both locations are programmed F, maximum time will be 4 hours, 15 minutes (255 minutes). (3) If both locations are left blank, this feature will not activate (timeout = 0). (4) In UL installations: Maximum Exit Delay = 60 sec; Maximum Entry Delay = 45 sec. (5) If programming locations are left blank, delay will default to 10 sec. (6) Time in units of disarmed hours (accumulated between armed periods).
Any timeout up to those shown in the foregoing table may be programmed. Note that each of the above times is programmed in two locations. The first location has an assigned time factor of 16, the second a time factor of 1.

Time t: Entry:

Note: If both programming locations are left blank, refer to the notes in the Time Selection table for feature timeout. To select a time up to 15 seconds, 15 minutes, 15 hours, or 15 days, program the respective entry into the second box only; do not program the first box. To select a time greater than 15 seconds, 15 minutes, 15 hours or 15 days, program both boxes as follows: 1. For the feature selected, choose an appropriate time in units shown (all seconds, minutes, hours, or days not minutes and seconds, etc.). 2. Divide the time chosen by 16. Enter the quotient in the 1st BOX and the remainder in the 2nd BOX. 3. Check entries by adding the contents of the 2nd BOX to 16 times the contents of the 1st BOX. (Remember that a zero entry represents 10.) Example. Program Entry Delay 1 for 1 minutes. 1. Entry Delay 1 is in units of seconds, thus delay time is 90 seconds. 2. Divide by 16: 90/16 = 5 (quotient) + 10 (remainder). Enter the quotient in the 1st BOX and the remainder in the 2nd BOX:



Yes/ Scroll Down No/ Scroll Down

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FUNCTION Enter User Code LEVEL 3 3

(B) (A)

Scroll Down/ Set Cursor Scroll Up Exit

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Move Jumper JP5 * from Pins 1-2 to Pins 2-3 (Wait about 15 seconds: )
Enter Factory Code: Press button
Keypad Address (Jumpers J1-J3) Touchpad Backlight (Jumper A) LCD Backlight (Jumper B) Entry Sounder (Jumper C)


Keypad Beep ON/OFF Entry Sounder Keypad Address 01 New Compat# 000 ** EZM Address 00 Zone Response 00 Program Control Message# 1
Return Jumper JP5 * from Pins 2-3 to Pins 1-2 ( )
* JP5 is located at the top-right corner of the circuit board. ** If a Compatability Number other than 0000 is programmed,

% is displayed.

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8.3 VDC

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This equipment generates and uses radio-frequency energy and, if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class-B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: reorient the receiving antenna; relocate the computer with respect to the receiver; move the computer away from the receiver; plug the computer into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on different branch circuits. If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: "How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems". This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402; Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.

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NAPCO SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. (NAPCO) warrants its products to be free from manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for thirty-six months following the date of manufacture. NAPCO will, within said period, at its option, repair or replace any product failing to operate correctly without charge to the original purchaser or user. This warranty shall not apply to any equipment, or any part thereof, which has been repaired by others, improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to acts of God, or on which any serial numbers have been altered, defaced or removed. Seller will not be responsible for any dismantling or reinstallation charges. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. THERE IS NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR A WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ADDITIONALLY, THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON THE PART OF NAPCO. Any action for breach of warranty, including but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability, must be brought within the six months following the end of the warranty period. IN NO CASE SHALL NAPCO BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EVEN IF THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE SELLER'S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT. In case of defect, contact the security professional who installed and maintains your security system. In order to exercise the warranty, the product must be returned by the security professional, shipping costs prepaid and insured to NAPCO. After repair or replacement, NAPCO assumes the cost of returning products under warranty. NAPCO shall have no obligation under this warranty, or otherwise, if the product has been repaired by others, improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to accident, nuisance, flood, fire or acts of God, or on which any serial numbers have been altered, defaced or removed. NAPCO will not be responsible for any dismantling, reassembly or reinstallation charges. This warranty contains the entire warranty. It is the sole warranty and any prior agreements or representations, whether oral or written, are either merged herein or are expressly cancelled. NAPCO neither assumes, nor authorizes any other person purporting to act on its behalf to modify, to change, or to assume for it, any other warranty or liability concerning its products.

In no event shall NAPCO be liable for an amount in excess of NAPCO's original selling price of the product, for any loss or damage, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or otherwise arising out of any failure of the product. Seller's warranty, as hereinabove set forth, shall not be enlarged, diminished or affected by and no obligation or liability shall arise or grow out of Seller's rendering of technical advice or service in connection with Buyer's order of the goods furnished hereunder. NAPCO RECOMMENDS THAT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM BE COMPLETELY TESTED WEEKLY. Warning: Despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, any or all of the following; criminal tampering, electrical or communications disruption, it is possible for the system to fail to perform as expected. NAPCO does not represent that the product/system may not be compromised or circumvented; or that the product or system will prevent any personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; nor that the product or system will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. A properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce risk of burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise but it is not insurance or a guarantee that these events will not occur. CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. Therefore, the installer should in turn advise the consumer to take any and all precautions for his or her safety including, but not limited to, fleeing the premises and calling police or fire department, in order to mitigate the possibilities of harm and/or damage. NAPCO is not an insurer of either the property or safety of the user's family or employees, and limits its liability for any loss or damage including incidental or consequential damages to NAPCO's original selling price of the product regardless of the cause of such loss or damage. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or differentiate in their treatment of limitations of liability for ordinary or gross negligence, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.



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