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This system provides the ability to arm and disarm 2 different areas, known as partitions, each as if it had its own control. A partitioned system allows the user to disarm certain areas while leaving other areas armed, or to limit access to certain areas to specific individuals. Each user of the system can be assigned to operate either or both partitions, and can be given a different authority level in each. Users with authority levels of 1 and 2 may view or program users in other partitions, using the [#]  or [#]  commands. Partitions are defined when zone information is programmed (submode 2 Questions 124). Once the enabled zones have been established, the system will read each zone definition and, if the zone is enabled, will use the partition information from each of these zones to enable the systems partitioning. Partitioning must start with partition 1; you cannot have partition 2 without using partition 1. Keypads: Each keypad must be given an address that is unique (from other keypads of the same type) and assigned to one partition (Installer Mode 1, Questions 4445).
XK108 keypads may also be used; however, the system can only have XK108 type keypads attached and the system must be set up as having one partition.
Zones: Each zone must be assigned to one partition (submode 2, Questions 0124). The zones assigned to a partition are displayed on that partition's keypad(s). Users: Each user can be assigned to one or more partitions. A level 1 or level 2 user with access to more than one partition (multiple access) can "log on" to one partition from another partition's keypad using the [#]  command.
UL Installation Requirements: All partitions must be owned and managed by the same person. All partitions must be part of one building at one street address. The audible alarm device(s) must be placed where it/they can be heard by all partitions.
Hardwire Zones and Zone Expansion Module
Hardwired Zones: Consist of 6 on-board hardwired zones with a plug-in expansion module to allow 8 additional hardwired zones. System options allow for all hardwired zones to be configured as E.O.L., N.C., N.O., double-balanced, or configured for zone doubling. Standard Mode: Each zone may be programmed as EOL 2.2K, normally closed or normally open. Zones 5 and 6 can be set as fast zones (for normally closed loops only). Refer to the connection diagram for wiring connections. Double-Balanced Zones: In this configuration, tampers may be detected for both shorted and opened loops. Tamper conditions will cause an alarm if armed and a fault if disarmed with visible tamper indication on the keypad. Up to eight 2.2K resistors are wired in series across normal shorted
The system will exit this mode either automatically (no keys pressed), or when the star  key is pressed. DISPLAY DIRECTORY OF QUICK COMMANDS: # 50 (LCD Keypads Only) Pressing [#]   displays the Quick Command Directory on the LCD keypads. 513
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Depress the [#] key to advance through the quick command listing. The system exits this mode when the star  key is pressed. DISPLAY TIME: # 51 (LCD Keypads Only) Pressing [#]   displays the current system time on the LCD keypads. NOTE: The time is set by using [#] . The keypad displays: CURRENT TIME: 12:00AM
The system exits this mode either automatically (no keys pressed), or when the star  key is pressed. DISPLAY AUTO-ARM TIME: # 52 (LCD Keypads Only) If auto-arming is programmed, pressing [#]   displays the current auto-arm time for the current area on the LCD keypads. NOTE: Auto-arming is enabled in programming Submode 1, Question 28, AUTO ARM TIME: L1 and the auto-arm time is set by using [#]  . The keypad displays: 12:00AM The system exits this mode either automatically (no keys pressed), or when the star  key is pressed. LOG VIEW: # 53 (LCD Keypads Only) Pressing [#]   will enter the system log view with the most recent event displayed. The system retains history of the past 128 events (alarms, troubles, openings, closings, bypasses, etc.). Upon entry to the system log view, LCD-based keypads show the events for the entire system, based on the options programmed in Question 17, Locations 13. Additionally, the programmed time and date display options are followed. This means the time may be 24-hour or AM/PM format, and the date may have either the day or month displayed first. LCD keypads display: L 001 ALARM ZN APR, 10:38 P1 where: Line 1: event number (L001L128), event display, zone no. (0124), or user no. (0132) Line 2: date, time, partition (12) if a partitioned system Pressing either the [STAY] or the  key exits this mode. Pressing any other key advances to the next valid entry. SET AUTO-ARM TIME: # 54 If auto-arming is enabled in programming Submode 1 Question 28, pressing [#]   will set the autoarm time. Set auto-arm time has not been evaluated by UL. If a user code is required to set the time, then enter: [#] +  +  + USER + HOUR + MINUTE where: USER Valid 4- or 6-digit user code HOUR Two-digit hour of day in 24 hour format; e.g., 7AM = 07; 3PM = 15 MINUTE Two-digit minutes of hour; e.g., 9 min = 09; 29 min. = 29 If a user code is not required to set the time, then enter: [#] +  +  + HOUR + MINUTE
If an LED Keypad Is Used for Programming
A LED keypad may be used to accomplish system programming by summing the value of the keypad LEDs as described in the following paragraphs. If an LED keypad is used, the instructions are the same as for an LCD keypad except where noted; however, you must sum the LED display to derive the programmed digits. WHAT YOU SEE ON THE LED KEYPAD Program Mode = READY LED Pulsing: As soon as you enter the Installer Keypad Programming mode, the READY LED slowly pulses, and continues to pulse until you leave this mode. The remaining LEDs display the submode number, question number, and location contents (data) as indicated below:
+1 +2 +1 +2 +4 +8 +16 +32 +1 +2 +4 +8
ARM AC/LB READY STAY INST TX LB RF. SPVR
9 # Instant Code
Submode Numbers = ARM and AC/LB LEDs The ARM and AC/LB LEDs display the current submode number. In the figure above, the submode number is the total you get when you add the values of all LEDs that are lit. Examples: ARM lit, AC/LB off = submode 1 ARM off, AC/LB lit = submode 2 ARM lit, AC/LB lit = submode 3 NOTE: Submode 4 cannot be displayed on an LED keypad. Submode 4 contains descriptive information for display on an LCD keypad. Therefore, programming in submode 4 would be meaningless on an LED keypad.
Section 6. System Programming Question Numbers = Zone LEDs: Zone LEDs 1 through 6 display the current question number (not the specific location within each question). In the above figure, the question number is the total you get when you add the values of all LEDs that are lit. Examples: Zone 1 lit, Zones 2-6 off = question 01 Zone 1 lit, Zone 2 lit, Zones 3-6 off = question 03 Zone 2 lit, Zone 3 lit, Zone 4 lit, Zones 1, 5, and 6 off = question 14 Location Contents = System Status LEDs: The remaining status LEDs (STAY, INST, TX LB, and RF SPRV) display data that resides in each location within the current question. As shown in the figure above, the value located next to each LED that is lit must be added to calculate the total data for each location. Examples: Stay lit, Inst, TX LB and RF Sprv off = 1 Stay and Inst lit, TX LB and RF Sprv off = 3 Inst and RF Sprv lit, Stay and TX LB off = A The following chart shows binary values that you will see on these LEDs for the letters A-F that may be entered in some locations of the program sheet. Digit A B C D E F Binary Value Description Inst and RF Sprv lit Stay, Inst, and RF Sprv lit TX LB and RF Sprv lit Stay, TX LB, and RF Sprv lit Inst, TX LB, and RF Sprv lit Stay, Inst, TX LB, and RF Sprv lit
For submode 4, the display is: where: Qxx DESC Zzz 2nd line = = = = question number shows you are in descriptor mode (Submode 4) zone number for which descriptor is being programmed up to 16-character descriptor
Submode 1: System (Questions 168) Use this mode to program system options. Submode 2: Zone programming, zone enables, report codes (Questions 153) Use this mode to program zone information/attributes and all CS report codes, and to assign the first wireless zone and/or first zone-doubling zone. Submode 3: Wireless Zone/Keyfob Programming (Questions 132) Use this mode to configure wireless transmitters and to enter transmitter/keyfob serial numbers. Submode 4: Descriptor Programming (Questions 126) Use this mode to enter alpha descriptors for each zone. (LCD keypads only.) NOTE: An option in the Compass Downloader Software inhibits keypad programming. If you select it, then the keypad will emit 4 short beeps after you attempt to enter this mode. INSTALLER MODE 2 (PROGRAM REVIEW) This mode is the same as Mode 1, except no changes to programming data can be made. It is intended as a way to review the settings of programming Submodes 14 without altering their values. INSTALLER MODE 3 (WALK TEST with Reduced RF Gain) Once the points are placed in their desired locations, open or short circuit each point. The keypad will beep and annunciate with activation of each zone or point while in this mode. Pressing 1 toggles the external bell on and off. To exit, simply press the  key and return to the prior panel status. 66
Section 6. System Programming INSTALLER MODE 4 (SYSTEM LOG VIEW) The system retains history of the past 128 events (alarms, troubles, openings, closings, bypasses, etc.). Upon entry to the system log view, LCD-based keypads show the events for the entire system, based on the options programmed in Question 17, Locations 13. Additionally, the programmed time and date display options are followed. This means the time may be 24-hour or AM/PM format, and the date may have either the day or month displayed first. When the log is viewed through the quick command, the clear log function is blocked. This mode is available only on LCD keypads. Pressing either the [STAY] or the  key exits this mode. Pressing the [#] key advances to the next valid entry. Pressing the [CODE] key backs up to the previous entry. Pressing the [BYPASS] key clears the system log. LCD keypads display events as: L 001 ALARM ZN APR, 10:38 P1
The unattended download mode CANNOT be used in UL installations.
INSTALLER MODE 9 (ON-LINE DOWNLOAD) In this mode, the installer can initiate a remote communications session with the CS Downloading computer at the control panel location. Typically, the CS initiates a remote communications session. On-line Downloading allows the installer to call the office (from the same telephone line as the panel),
Section 6. System Programming discuss the action required, and allow the CS operator to complete the request while on-line; no additional telephone call is needed. Note that the office number that is dialed should be the phone line that the downloading computer is attached to. On-line connection can be made as follows: 1. Installer completes installation and attaches a handset to telco terminals (tip & ring) or uses the standard home telephone to dial the CS Downloading modem telephone line. Connection is made with a person at the CS Downloading computer and the account to be downloaded would be verbally identified. The downloading computer operator will select the telco button on the communications screen. 2. The installer should enter the on-line download sequence: [CODE] +  + Installer Code +  or use the end-user command of # 9, if enabled (Question 13, L1). This will cause the control panel to react as if it received a request for a remote communications session, and to look for the standard panelto-CS protocol. 3. Once the standard connection is made, the necessary remote communications sessions can take place (upload, download, remote commands). 4. Hang up the telephone or remove headset from the line to prevent interference that may affect upload/download data. The downloader software will automatically terminate the connection after remote communications end.
Data Entry via Keypads
This section describes the physical keystrokes necessary to perform keypad programming and how to interpret the data displayed on the LED-based keypads and on the LCD keypads during programming operations. NOTE: Actual keypad programming should be performed only after completion of the programming sheet. How to Enter Programming Mode The SYSTEM programming mode can be entered WHILE DISARMED ONLY as follows: TO ENTER INSTALLER PROGRAMMING: Press [CODE] +  + Installer Code + , then select the programming Submode 14 from the prompt (shown below). 1 = System 2 = Zones 3 = RF RCV 4 = Desc Where: [CODE]  = CODE button = Star () button
Installer Code = Enter the 4- or 6-digit installer code (default = 2468)  =  button. This indicates Installer Mode 1. User/installer codes can be 4 or 6 digits, as set in Question 12, L3. Installer Mode 1 Submodes: 1 = System Options 2 = Zone and All Central Station Report Code Programming 3 = Wireless Zone/Keyfob Programming
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Zone Descriptor Programming What You See on the LCD Keypad Upon entering the installer keypad programming mode, LCD keypads display: The display shows: Q# = the current question number M1 = the submode number L: = the location within the question DATA: = the current value within that location System: = the submode title Movement Between and Within Questions Random jumps to a specific question: Press the  (star) button followed by the desired 2-digit question number. Example: To jump to question 07, press  +  + Sequential to next question: Press the [INSTANT] button Accept data entry and move to next data location in question: Press [#] Switch Submode: Press  + [BYPASS], then select submode from prompt Data Entry To alter the value in any location, enter the desired digit and press the [#] key. The [#] key must be pressed after the entry of the desired digit. The system will not accept the digit until the pound [#] key is pressed so that if a mistake was made, it can be changed. Numeric values of 09 can be entered by pressing the respective keypad button. Entries of AF require 2 keystrokes as follows: Press the [CODE] button followed by 16 for values AF. VALUE A B C KEYSTROKES CODE 1 CODE 2 CODE 3 VALUE D E F KEYSTROKES CODE 4 CODE 5 CODE 6 Q#: 01 M1 Edit L:01 DATA: 1234 System
Section 6. System Programming Bell/Siren Supervision Select this option to comply with NFPA 72 requirements. If selected, the bell/siren will be supervised for an open circuit across the alarm sounder output terminals. If a fault is detected, the keypad will display a bell supervision condition. Q 12, L4 Enter the digit for the desired options from the table below.
L4 Entry Test Interval Reset by Event 9 A B C D E Test Interval by Time Disable Every Hour 1 Day 7 Days 27 Days 60 Days 90 Days 180 Days
Test Interval by Time: Test reports will be sent at the time interval selected. The time of day that the report is sent is defined in Question 22, Locations 14. Test Interval Reset by Event: Test reports will be sent at the time interval selected unless an event that caused a dialer report occurred before the time interval expired. In this case, no test report is sent. This cuts down the communication traffic to the central station.
Must be programmed as 3 for UL installations.
QUESTION 13 OTHER SYSTEM OPTIONS
This question defines other system options. Enter the digits as follows:
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 13, L1 Enter the L1 digit for the desired user options from the table below.
L1 Entry A B C D E F User On-line Users 31, 32 Duress No Code for Door Users User On-line: Allows Quick Command Door Strike 2030 downloading (#9) while on the telephone with the
central station. Users 31, 32 Duress: Allows up to 2 duress codes to be assigned. A duress code must be programmed in Submode 2, Question 37, L1L2. If duress is not selected, then users 31 and 32 may be used as standard user codes. No Code for Door Strike: Allows Quick Command for door strike as #57 only. Door Users 2030: Allows up to 11 codes to be assigned that, when used, will activate the door strike trigger (trigger/relay type 1E). See Programming Submode 1, Questions 42, 43 for programming the trigger types and Questions for programming relay types. If this option is not selected, then users 2030 may be used as standard user codes.
L2 Entry A B C D E F
Door Strikes have not been evaluated for UL installations.
Q 13, L2 Enter the L2 digit for the tamper, RTC, or tone burst options from the table below.
Key Tamper Lockout Installer Reset Tamper Crystal RTC Tone keypad without a valid sequence (arm, disarm, etc.) will Burst
Key Tamper Lockout: If selected, 21 key presses at a
disable all keypads in that partition for 20 minutes. Additionally, a tamper message will be sent if programmed in Programming Submode 2, Question 41, L1L2. NOTE: Keyfobs and keyswitches are not affected by Key Tamper Lockout. Installer Reset Tamper: If selected, only the installer can reset zone tamper conditions by using installer mode 6. Crystal RTC: If selected, the control uses its internal crystal as a reference for the Real Time Clock (RTC) instead of the AC Mains input. Tone Burst: If selected, the control emits a tone burst when the following conditions occur: Upon the control answering on a ring count (programmable or 2-call method) of a remote download connection. After the control performs a callback to the download PC and the downloader answers in both the attended and unattended download modes. This feature is required when using a modem that requires a tone to operate.
Section 6. System Programming Q 13, L3 Enter the L3 digit from the table below.
Pager Attempts L3 Entry A B C D E F 1 disabled disabled disabled disabled Supervision Time (Hours) 20M/ 24 1*
Pager attempts: This sets the number of times the system will send a report to a pager. Supervision Time: This sets the maximum time interval within which the RF Receiver must hear from transmitters, otherwise an RF trouble report will be sent. 24 hours is recommended for 5800 and ZR500 RF devices. *When the 20M/1 selection is selected, the RF Receiver must hear from the transmitters every 20 minutes when the system is disarmed and every hour when the system is armed.
Q 13, L4 Enter the L4 digit from the table below.
L4 Entry A B C D E F Swinger Count 3 Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Bat Test Delay if Stay
Swinger Count: Sets the maximum number of messages (controlled zone alarms or troubles) sent during an armed period. Battery Test: If enabled, the system battery is tested for a period of 4 seconds per minute. When not enabled, the battery is tested for 1 second per minute. Delay if Stay: If enabled, the dial delay set for a controlled zone will only be applicable when the system is armed stay. When the system is armed in any other mode, the zone dial delay will not be applicable. This option does not affect 24-hour type zones.
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 14 ARMING OPTIONS
This question defines arming options. Enter the digits as follows: Q 14, L1 Enter the L1 digit from the table below.
L1 Entry A B Stay- No FOB Instant Arms AutoArms Stay Stay Away
Stay Arms Stay: If enabled, the system will arm in the
Instant STAY mode by simply pressing the [STAY] key (user code Enabled not required). Otherwise, the user must press the [STAY]
key followed by the user code to arm in STAY mode. When you are using the ADEMCO Contact ID reporting format and Stay Arms Stay is enabled, a Contact ID code of 408 with a user number of 128 is sent to the central station when the system is armed using the STAY key. No Fob Auto-Stay: If selected, the auto-stay feature will be disabled when arming from an RF keyfob or by using the soft keys (system will arm the system in the mode selected). Instant Arms Away: If enabled, the system will arm in the AWAY mode by pressing the [INSTANT] key. When you are using the ADEMCO Contact ID reporting format and Instant Arms Away is enabled, a Contact ID code of 408 with a user number of 128 is sent to the central station when the system is armed using the INSTANT key. Instant Enabled: If selected, allows the end user to arm instant mode. Not available if INSTANT ARMS AWAY is selected.
Q 14, L2 Enter the L2 digit from the table below. Arm No PC No Arm if Arm With Fault: Allows the system to arm even if a L2 With Bypass Exit if Low delay or interior zone is faulted. However, faulted Entry Fault Error Error Armed Battery zones must be restored before exit time expires, or 0 an alarm will result if the bypass error is not 1 enabled. 2 Bypass Error: If selected, faulted zones after 3 arming will be bypassed and no exit error report will 4 be sent. 5 Exit Error: If selected, the normal exit error report 6 will be sent if there are faulted zones after arming. 7 8 No PC if Armed: If system is armed, the control will 9 not communicate with downloading computer. A No Arm if Low Battery: If selected, system will not B arm if a system low battery exists.
C D E F
Bypass Error must not be enabled for UL installations.
Section 6. System Programming Q 14, L3 Enter the L3 digit from the table below.
L3 Entry 9 A B C D E F Disable Arm Partition 1 Disable Arm Partition 2 Exit Extends
Disable Arming: If selected, the respective partition cannot be armed. See Submode 2, Question 48, L1/L2 for entering the report code (must be DD) that is sent if a user attempts to arm the system after this option has been set. Exit Extends: If selected, re-entering the premises during the exit delay time will restart the exit delay timer, allowing someone to exit again without having to disarm, then rearm the system. This can only occur once during an armed period. See Question 14, L4 for related Quick Exit feature.
Exit Extends must not be enabled for UL installations.
Q 14, L4 Enter the L4 digit from the table below.
L4 Entry A B C D E F Quick Arm Force Arm Quick Exit Quick Bypass
Quick Arm: If selected, Quick Command #1 will arm if the system is ready. When you are using the ADEMCO Contact ID reporting format and Quick Arm is enabled, a Contact ID code of 408 with a user number of 128 is sent to the central station when the system is armed using the Quick Arm feature. Force Arm: If selected, Quick Command #2 will arm the system and bypass any faulted zones. When you are using the ADEMCO Contact ID reporting format and Force Arm is enabled, a Contact ID code of 408 with a user number of 127 is sent to the central station when the system is armed using the Force Arm feature. Quick Exit: Allows the user to leave the premises while the system is armed by pressing the [STAY] key, which restarts the exit delay timer. This way the user does not have to first disarm the system, then re-arm it again to leave. Quick Bypass: Allows the user to bypass zones without first using the user code.
0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 4A n/a n/a n/a n/a 4F 56 n/a Disabled Burg Bell no Bell Test Fire Bell no Bell Test Partition Armed Partition Ready In Entry Delay In Exit Delay Armed Instant Armed Stay Sounder on/pulsing Chime Line Seize (System) Phone Fail (System) AC Loss (System) Low Battery (System) 24 Hr Zone in Trouble 24 Hr Zone Alarmed Instant Zone Faulted Delay Zone Faulted Interior Zone Faulted Zone Tamper RF Low Battery RF Supervision Comm. Fail (System) Turns on with the burg bell and turns off when the bell times out or is shut off. Steady output that starts when the fire bell starts. Turns off when the fire bell times out or is turned off. Is on when the selected partition is armed; otherwise is off. Is on when the selected partition is disarmed; otherwise is off. Is on if the selected partition is in entry delay; otherwise is off. Is on if the selected partition is in exit delay; otherwise is off. Is on if the selected partition is armed in the instant mode; otherwise is off. Is on if the selected partition is armed in the stay mode; otherwise is off. Follows either a pulsing sounder or steady sounder for the selected partition. Is activated for 1 second if a chime zone is activated for the programmed partition. System trigger is on when the phone line is seized. System trigger is on if the phone line monitor has detected the phone line has been cut. System trigger is on when no AC loss is detected. System trigger is on when the battery voltage falls below 10.2 volts. On if any 24-hour trouble in the selected partition is active. On if any 24-hour alarm zone in the selected partition is active. On if any instant zone in the selected partition is faulted. On if any delay zone is faulted in the selected partition. On if any interior zone is faulted in the selected partition. On if any Tamper has occurred on a zone. Includes RF and hardwired (if double balanced). On if any low battery has been detected on an RF zone for that partition. On if any RF zone has not been received for the programmed supervision interval. On when comm fails occurs, off after code is entered, by partition.
Section 6. System Programming P1
P2 Relay Type
58 Key Tamper, mom. Sec
By partition, if 21 keys are entered without a valid code, keypad tamper activates momentarily for the number of seconds programmed for that partition. By partition, momentary output based on Seconds. Activated when user codes 3132 are enabled for duress (ambush). On with either fire or burg, off with code. With arm/disarm dings. Latches on with either a fire or burg bell, off with code. Follows the zone type - trigger. Momentary based on minutes. Follows the zone type - trigger. Momentary based on seconds. Activates for seconds upon valid user code or user code 2030 as enabled in installer programming. Momentary trigger for seconds when the * key is pressed. Momentary second trigger, when CS test transmits to CS. By partition, goes on with alarm and off when all zones for the partition have met their restore requirements. Works in conjunction with a two way voice module. The trigger activates after the dialer is done for the minutes programmed for partition 1. The keypad sounders are silenced until either bell cut-off or a valid user code is entered. May be activated by keyfobs or soft keys if programmed. May be activated by keyfobs or soft keys if programmed. May be activated by keyfobs or soft keys if programmed. For the first 20 zones only. The trigger offset is equal to the zone number. Example trigger 2 follows the normal/off normal state of zone 2. Same as type 26, but for zones/triggers 2124
YOU MUST PROGRAM THIS BUTTON LOOP 4 LOOP 3 LOOP 2 LOOP 1
5804 Wireless Key
NOTE: If an arming function is assigned to the keyfob and it is used to arm the system when the system is not ready, the system will be force armed. For even-numbered questions, enter the digits as follows (L1: not used): L2: Enter the partition number (P1=1; P2=2) for arming/disarming for this keyfob. This defines the partition in which the keyfob is located. L3/L4: Enter the user number (0132) associated with this keyfob. Enter the first digit of the user number in L3 and enter the second digit in L4.
Keyfobs have not been evaluated for UL installations.
Q 50 KEYFOB 1 USER N/A
L3 L4 L1 L2
Q 49 KEYFOB 1 FUNCTIONS
Button 1 Button2 Button 3 Button 4
Q 51 KEYFOB 2 FUNCTIONS
Q 52 KEYFOB 2 USER N/A
Q 53 KEYFOB 3 FUNCTIONS
Q 54 KEYFOB 3 USER N/A
Section 6. System Programming Q 55 KEYFOB 4 FUNCTIONS
Q 56 KEYFOB 4 USER N/A
Q 57 KEYFOB 5 FUNCTIONS
Q 58 KEYFOB 5 USER N/A
Q 59 KEYFOB 6 FUNCTIONS
Q 60 KEYFOB 6 USER N/A
Q 61 KEYFOB 7 FUNCTIONS
Q 62 KEYFOB 7 USER N/A
Q 63 KEYFOB 8 FUNCTIONS
Q 64 KEYFOB 8 USER N/A
QUESTIONS 6566 RELAY/TRIGGER TIME for MOMENTARY OUTPUTS These questions set the relay/trigger time for each partition. The time set applies to all triggers within that partition. From the following table, enter the desired time the relay/triggers should remain activated (for Question 65, the times are in minutes, for Question 66 the times are in seconds):
L1-L2 Entry RELAY TIME (Q65=min/Q66=sec) same as entering L1-L2 Entry A B RELAY TIME (Q65=min/Q66=sec) L1-L2 Entry C D E F RELAY TIME (Q65=min/Q66=sec) 14 15
Q 65 RELAY/TRIGGER TIME MINUTES
Q 66 RELAY/TRIGGER TIME SECONDS
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTIONS 6768 OPEN/CLOSE CENTRAL STATION REPORT DISABLES These questions set the open/close report to central station option for each user. Users are normally enabled for open/close reporting. Selecting the option for a user disables the open/close central station report for that user. See Programming Submode 1, Question 23, L1L2 for enabling user open/close message to pagers. Q 67 OPEN/CLOSE REPORT DISABLES FOR USERS 116 NOTE: Checkmark means report is disabled Q 67, L1 Users 14 Open/Close Report Disable
Delay 2 Interior
Used to arm/disarm the control by momentary, non-latching switch. Zones status (fault/normal) determines activation of associated trigger/relay. See trigger/relay programming in Submode 1, Questions 3243 to enable appropriate trigger or relay. NOTE: When assigning a Trigger/Relay to zones 21 through 24, subtracting 20 from the zone number determines the relay/trigger selected. (i.e., Zone = Relay/Trigger 2) Trouble Zone Produces a trouble condition on zone with an option for a pulsing keypad sounder. Alarm Zone Activates burg bell on any faulted condition. If zone is off (normal after alarm memory is cleared), the alarm is converted to a trouble display. Alarm/Trouble 24-hour zone that causes an alarm with the burg bell on a short and a trouble condition on an open. Must be EOL to derive trouble condition. Dialer sends zone alarm code for short and trouble code for open. Fire, No Fire zone that works like a 24-hour alarm zone but uses the fire bell. This zone type is usually Verification used for a switched input such as a pull station. Fire, With Intended for a 4-wire smoke detector connected to the smoke power terminals. A short Verification produces a temporal fire bell and an open produces a zone trouble. Must be E.O.L. to derive the trouble condition. Verification process: Verification will not occur if any fire zone in the system is already in alarm. Upon detection of a short, power is removed from the smoke detector power terminals for 8 seconds. After restoring power, the system waits another 4 seconds, then tests the zone again. If a short still exists, an alarm occurs. Fire Trouble: Fire trouble occurs in 2 different ways. The first way is for the loop to open. The second way is if the loop is still shorted after a fire alarm has been silenced and the user clears alarm memory. The alarm is changed to a trouble. No trouble is reported to the CS at this time (serves as a reminder to let the end user know the zone is not active). On clearing alarm memory, if a fire verification zone is still shorted the verification process is repeated about every 4 minutes to try to reset the smoke detector. A tamper on a fire zone results in a trouble, not an alarm.
Section 6. System Programming QUESTIONS 3749 SYSTEM REPORT CODES
1 digit 2 digit 1 digit 2 digit event a event b
These questions enable the reporting of the event indicated on the EEPROM map if the value is not A for single-digit events or AA for double-digit events. Selections can be 09, AF. Refer to Section 8: Central Station Reporting Formats for details on Contact ID reporting codes. Use the separate Programming Form to enter the actual values for each zone. For each of the following questions, enter the digits as follows (except as noted): L1 and L2: Enter the first and second digits of the report code for the listed event. L3 and L4: Enter the first and second digits of the report code for the listed event. L1 and L2 Q 37 Q 38 Q 39* Q 40 Q 41 Q 42* Q 43 Q 44* Q 45 Q 46 Q 47* Q 48 DURESS KEYPAD & # OPEN (L1) CLOSE (L2) KEYPAD 7 & 9 PANIC KEY TAMPER FALSE ALARM
(exit error - L1, recent close - L2)
L3 and L4 AC LOSS LOW BAT RF JAM KEYPAD 1 & 3 PANIC CS TEST FALSE ALARM
(lockout - L3, cancel - L4)
BELL/SIREN SUPERVISION BYPASS
(bypass - L1, restore - L2)
KEYPAD TAMPER TROUBLE
(fire trouble - L3, zone trouble -L4)
DOWNLOAD EVENT LOG 90% FULL RF SUPERVISION
(supervision - L1, tamper - L2)
WALK TEST EVENT LOG 100% FULL RF SUPERVISION
(low battery - L3, trouble restore - L4)
(must be DD if disable arming is set in Q 14, L3)
* These questions have single-digit report code entries for each location. See Programming Form for details.
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 50 FIRST RF ZONE/FIRST DOUBLED ZONE
First RF Zone First Doubled Zone
This question sets the first RF zone and the first hardwire doubled zone (doubled zone has not been evaluated by UL). Enter digits as follows: L1: Enter the first digit of first RF zone number (wireless zone numbers must start after the last hardwire zone). All zones starting with this number and higher will respond only to inputs from the RF receiver. The RF receiver is enabled in Submode 1, Question 12, L2. L2: Enter the second digit of first RF zone number. L3: Enter the first digit of first doubled zone number (use only zones 01, 03, 05, 07, 09, 11, 13, as first doubled zone). This option doubles the number of hardwired zones from the first zone entered here upward. That is, loop 1 becomes zones 1 and 2, loop 2 becomes zones 3 and 4, etc. Zone doubling must begin on an odd numbered zone only. This can provide up to 12 hardwire zones, or 24 if using an OMNIEXP8 hardwire zone expander. If this is selected, the wireless zones available will be limited to a total of 24 maximum zones. L4: Enter the second digit of first doubled zone number. QUESTIONS 5153 CROSSED ZONES These questions assign up to 2 pairs of cross zones (Questions 51/52) and set the cross zone timing (Question 53) for each pair. Q 51 CROSSED ZONES GROUP 1 Q 52 CROSSED ZONES GROUP 2 Enter the digits as follows: Enter the digits as follows:
Section 10. Regulatory/Limitations Statements
LIMITATIONS OF THIS SYSTEM
While this system is an advanced design security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection against burglary, fire, or other emergency. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons. For example: Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device. Intrusion detectors (e.g., passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and many other sensing devices will not work without power. Battery-operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries or if the batteries are not put in properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is cut off for any reason, however briefly. Signals sent by wireless transmitters may be blocked or reflected by metal before they reach the alarm receiver. Even if the signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test, blockage can occur if a metal object is moved into the path. A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough. While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths, they may not activate or provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35% of all fires. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunction with this system may not work are as follows: Smoke detectors may have been improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not sense fires that start where smoke cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors may not sense a fire on another level of a residence or building. A second-floor detector, for example, may not sense a first-floor or basement fire. Moreover, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke detector can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused by carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson. Depending on the nature of the fire and/or the location of the smoke detectors, the detector, even if it operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or death. Passive Infrared Motion Detectors can detect intrusion only within the designed ranges as diagrammed in their installation manual. Passive Infrared Detectors do not provide volumetric area protection. They do create multiple beams of protection, and intrusion can only be detected in unobstructed areas covered by the beams. They cannot detect motion or intrusion that takes place behind walls, ceilings, floors, closed doors, glass partitions, glass doors, or windows. Mechanical tampering, masking, painting, or spraying of any material on the mirrors, windows, or any part of the optical system can reduce their detection ability. Passive Infrared Detectors sense changes in temperature; however, as the ambient temperature of the protected area approaches the temperature range of 90 to 104F (32 to 40C), the detection performance can decrease. Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers who are located on the other side of closed or partly open doors. If warning devices sound on a different level of the residence from the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even persons who are awake may not hear the warning if the alarm is muffled by noise from a stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliances, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-impaired people or waken deep sleepers. Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may be out of service or temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated intruders. Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficient time to protect themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may not respond appropriately.
Door Strike Setup
1. Enter installer programming: Press [CODE] + [*] + Installer Code +  +  NOTE: Must enter [#] key after each location entry. 2. Press [*] followed by questions number (Q47-48).
3. Program trigger desired for one of the options listed below: 1E (activates trigger when #57 command is entered from Partition 1) 5E (activates trigger when #57 command is entered from Partition 2) 9E (activates trigger when #57 command is entered from Partition 3) DE (activates trigger when #57 command is entered from Common Partition).
4. Press [*] followed by question number (Q18). 5. Enter one of the options listed below:
Entry A B C D E F User Online User 61-64 Duress No Code for Door Strike Door Strike Users 50-60
No Code for Door Strike: Allows Quick Command for door strike (#57) Door Strike Users 50-60: Allows users 50-60 to activate door strike trigger 6. Exit programming by pressing the [STAY] key. 7. To activate door strike enter [#] +  + [User Code] + [Trigger #] Trigger number is only necessary if there is more than one trigger programmed for door strike capability. User Code is not necessary if Q18 on step 5 is programmed for No Code for Door Strike Trigger activates for a period of 5 seconds.
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