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SP65 SP4000 SP5500 SP6000 SP7000
Always Armed, Never Disarmed
For complete warranty information on this product please refer to the Limited Warranty Statement found on the website www.paradox.com/terms. Your use of the Paradox product signifies your acceptance of all warranty terms and conditions.
Limitations of Alarm Systems
We strongly advise that you review and take into consideration the Limitations of Alarm Systems document available on our website at http://paradox.com/Terms/.
Warning for Connections to Non-Traditional Telephony (e.g. VoIP)
Paradox alarm equipment was designed to work effectively around traditional telephone systems. For those customers who are using a Paradox alarm panel connected to a non-traditional telephone system, such as "Voice Over Internet Protocol" (VoIP) that converts the voice signal from your telephone to a digital signal traveling over the Internet, you should be aware that your alarm system may not function as effectively as with traditional telephone systems. For example, if your VoIP equipment has no battery back-up, during a power failure your system's ability to transmit signals to the central station may be compromised. Or, if your VoIP connection becomes disabled, your telephone line monitoring feature may also be compromised. Other concerns would include, without limitation, Internet connection failures which may be more frequent than regular telephone line outages. We therefore strongly recommend that you discuss these and other limitations involved with operating an alarm system on a VoIP or other non-traditional telephone system with your installation company. They should be able to offer or recommend measures to reduce the risks involved and give you a better understanding.
WARNINGS: Information to User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to equipment intermittently, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: (1) re orient or relocate the receiving antenna; (2) increase the separation between the equipment and receiver; (3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the one to which the receiver is connected, or (4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for assistance. CAUTION: The user is cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved by Paradox Security Systems could void the users authority to operate/use the equipment.
One or more of the following US patents may apply: 7046142, 6215399, 6111256, 6104319, 5920259, 5886632, 5721542, 5287111, 5119069, 5077549 and RE39406. Canadian and international patents may also apply. 2010 Paradox Security Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. Specifications may change without prior notice. Magellan and Spectra SP are trademarks or registered trademarks of Paradox Security Systems Ltd. or its affiliates in Canada, the United States and/or other countries.
Table of Contents
Warranty... 0 Limitations of Alarm Systems.. 0 Warning for Connections to Non-Traditional Telephony (e.g. VoIP)... 0 WARNINGS: Information to User. 0 Patents... 0 User Settings... 2 Zone Settings... 3 User Codes... 4 Adding / Modifying a User.. 4 Deleting a User... 4 Setting the Time & Date.. 5 Setting Chime Zones.. 5 Trouble Display... 6 Keypads... 7 Auditory Feedback... 7 Visual Feedback... 7 Keypad Muting... 7 Keypad Backlight.. 8 Power Save Mode (K32RF / K37 only).. 8 Keypad Overviews... 9 Remote Controls... 12 Remote Control Feedback (REM2). 12 Arming & Disarming with StayD.. 12 To Turn On/Off StayD Mode. 12 To Change Arm Mode... 13 Advanced StayD Settings.. 13 Arming & Disarming... 14 Regular Arming... 14 Sleep Arming... 14 Stay Arming... 14 Bypassing a Zone.. 15 One-Touch Arming... 15 Auto-Arming... 16 Display Mode... 16 Alarms... 17 Alarm Display... 17 Disarming & Deactivating an Alarm.. 17 Panic Alarms.. 17 Fire Alarms... 17 Testing & Maintenance.. 18 Communicating Through the Internet (IP100). 18 Communicating Using Text Messages (PCS100). 18 Communicating by Phone.. 20 (Voice-Guided VDMP3).. 20 VDMP3 Instructions Diagram.. 21 Advanced System Features.. 22 Programmable Outputs (PGMs).. 22 Partitioning... 22 Quick Function Keys.. 22 System Notes... 22 Quick Programming... 24 Master Quick Menus.. 24 Index... 26
Magellan / Spectra SP
User # and Name 01: Master 02: Master 1 03: Master 2
For security reasons, write only the users name and not their user code. 4-Digit Codes 6-Digit Codes
Partition Partition Byp*
Stay* Force* Arm* only
04:________________________________________ 05:________________________________________ 06:________________________________________ 07:________________________________________ 08:________________________________________ 09:________________________________________ 10:________________________________________ 11:________________________________________ 12:________________________________________ 13:________________________________________ 14:________________________________________ 15:________________________________________ 16:________________________________________ 17:________________________________________ 18:________________________________________ 19:________________________________________ 20:________________________________________ 21:________________________________________ 22:________________________________________ 23:________________________________________ 24:________________________________________ 25:________________________________________ 26:________________________________________ 27:________________________________________ 28:________________________________________ 29:________________________________________ 30:________________________________________ 31:________________________________________ 32:________________________________________
If you are forced to arm or disarm your system, entering the user code with the duress option enabled will arm or disarm the system and immediately transmit a silent alert (Duress Code) to the monitoring station. The duress code must be enabled by your installer.
User Code Length
Your system can be programmed to use either 4- or 6-digit user codes, where each digit can be any value from 0 to 9. Six-digit codes are considered more difficult to crack and therefore, more secure. Avoid programming simple or obvious user codes, such as your telephone number, address, or codes such as 1234.
Adding / Modifying a User
How do I add / modify a user? 1 Press the [ ] key. 2 Enter your [MASTER CODE]. Visual Feedback [ ] and  flash. When a number on the keypad is lit, the user is already programmed. Select a user by entering a 2-digit user number (01 to 32). Arm flashes. Sleep flashes. Enter a 4- or 6-digit [USER CODE]. Confirm the [USER CODE]. Stay flashes. To register a remote, press and hold any remote button for 3 Off flashes. seconds. Release. Press and hold any remote button for 3 seconds. If you do not wish to assign a remote, press [ENTER]. To program another user, go to step 3. To exit, press [CLEAR]. For partitioned systems, continue to step 8. Press  and/or  to assign the user to a partition. Press [ENTER]. To program another user, go to step 3. To exit, press [CLEAR].
Deleting a User
How do I delete a user? 1 Press the [ ] key. 2 Enter your [MASTER CODE]. 3 Select a user by entering a 2-digit user number. 4 Press and hold the [SLEEP] key until you hear the confirmation beep.
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Setting the Time & Date
How do I set the time & date? 1 Press the [ ] key. 2 Enter your [MASTER CODE]. 3 Press [TBL]. 4 Press . 5 Enter time* in the [HH.MM] format. If HH = 13 or more, skip to step 7. 6 Select time format.  = 24hr;  = AM;  = PM. 7 Enter the date in the [YYYY/MM/DD] format. You have now set the time & date. Press [CLEAR] to exit. *For SP4000 / SP65 systems, time must be entered in 24hr format. Omit step 6 (time format).
Setting Chime Zones
A chime-enabled zone will advise you every time it is opened by causing your keypad to beep. Each keypad must be chimed separately. How do I chime zones? For K32 and K32RF: Press & hold the [ ] key. The Arm1, Arm2, Stay1, and Stay2 LEDs will flash. Enter the zone number corresponding to the zones you want to chime. The corresponding LED will light up. Press the [ENTER] key to exit. For K35 and K37: Press & hold the [ ] key (K35) or [ ] key (K37). The word Chime will appear on the screen. Enter the zone number corresponding to the zones you want to chime. The corresponding LED will light up. Press the [ENTER] key to exit. Note: K37 will only chime when powered by AC or when the display is active. For K10V, K10H and K636: Press & hold the zone key ( to [0(10)]). Accept beep = chime on. For K32LCD: Press and hold the [ ] key. Press  to select which zone to chime or press  to configure chime period. The chime period allows you to specify the time frame in which the zone will chime. Enter the zone number corresponding to the zones you want to chime. Press the [ENTER] key to exit.
The keypad includes colored lights which convey the current status of your system. The state of each light represents a specific condition in your system. NOTE: Many of the features in your system must be enabled by the installer. If the feature is not programmed, the keypad will emit a rejection beep and the action will be cancelled. Refer to Zone Settings on page 3 for details.
When muted, the keypad will only emit the confirmation beep and rejection beep, and will beep when a key is pressed. Therefore, when muted, the keypad will not beep during an alarm and will not beep for chime enabled zones. Each keypad must be muted separately. How do I mute the keypad? For K32, K32RF, K35, K37, K636, K10V and K10H: Press & hold the [CLEAR] key for 6 seconds to enable or disable keypad muting. If the keypad emits a confirmation beep, Keypad Muting is enabled for that keypad. If the keypad emits a rejection beep, the feature is disabled. For the K32LCD: press and hold the [ ] key for keypad settings. Press  for Mute Control. Press [arm] to enable or disable keypad muting.
The illumination level behind the keys can be modified to suit your needs. How do I modify the backlight? For K32 and K32RF: Press and hold the [ ] key. Press the [ ] key to set the desired backlight level. Press [CLEAR] or [ENTER] to exit. For K35: Press and hold the  key for 4 seconds. Keys 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 will flash. Press [CLEAR] to exit the menu without saving the information or press [ENTER] to exit the menu and save the information. Press the desired key and scroll using the  and  to adjust:  To adjust the scrolling speed.  To adjust the backlight (0 = Off, 1 = Lowest brightness / 7 = Maximum brightness)  To adjust the contrast (0 = Low contrast, 4 = High contrast)  To adjust the auto dim backlight level (0 = Off, 1 = Lowest auto dim backlight, (.) 7 = Highest auto dim backlight  To adjust the auto dim delay (0 = Off, 1 = 1 sec., 2 = 5 sec., 3 = 10 sec., 4 = 20 sec., 5 = 1 min., 6 = 2 min., 7 = 4 min.) For K37: Press and hold the  key for 4 seconds. Keys 1 and 2 will flash. Press [CLEAR] to exit the menu without saving the information or press [ENTER] to exit the menu and save the information. Press the desired key and scroll using the  and  to adjust:  To adjust the backlight.  To adjust the auto dim delay (5 = 5 sec. / 15 = 15 sec.) For the K10V, K10H and K636: Press and hold the [MEM] key. The [MEM] key will illuminate. Press the [MEM] key to set the desired backlight level. Press [CLEAR] or [ENTER] to exit. For the K32LCD: Press and hold the [ ] key. Press  to modify the backlight. Scroll using the  and  keys. Press [ENTER] to save.
Power Save Mode (K32RF / K37 only)
If DC power is not supplied to the wireless keypad, the modules display will shut off and go into power save mode after one minute (20 seconds for K37). Press the [ ] key to activate the display.
K636 Keypad Overview
[TBL] Trouble display
ON = Trouble(s) occurring (page 6)
[MEM] Alarm memory display
ON = Alarm(s) occurred (page 17)
[ARM] (page 14) [SLEEP] (page 14) [STAY] (page 14)
ON = System armed OFF = Zone disarmed Flash = Exit Delay Fast Flash = Exit Delay (final 10 sec.) / zone in alarm Off Key: ON = Disarmed OFF = System armed Light (AC): ON = Power on OFF = Power off StayD Light: ON = StayD on OFF = StayD off (see StayD Mode on page 12)
[BYP] Bypass programming ON = Zone(s) bypassed (page 17) Zone Display:
The keys  to [0(10)] correspond to zones 1 to 10 respectively: Key lit = Open or entry delay Key flash = In alarm = Press once + [MASTER CODE] for Quick Menu Programming (see Master Quick Menus on page 24)
IMPORTANT: If installed on a partitioned system, the K636 will only display partition 1.
K10LEDV/H Keypad Overview
Partition 1 Status
Partition 2 Status
K35 and K37 Keypad Overview
= Press once + [MASTER CODE] for Quick Menu programming (see Master Quick Menus on page 24) = Press & hold for keypad settings = Press & hold for chime programming (see Setting Chime Zones on page 5)
K35 and K37 Icon Display and Description
Icon StayD OFF STAY SLEEP ARM ALARM PRE-ALARM DELAY ZONE OPEN TX (K37 only)
Description On = StayD mode enabled Indicate Partition 1 and 2 On = System is disarmed On = System is Stay armed On = System is Sleep armed On = Partition is armed Flashing = System is in alarm On = Countdown to alarm on Pre-Alarm zones On = Illuminated zone(s) are open Flashing = Communication with panel in progress
Icon EXIT DELAY ENTRY DELAY ENTER CODE MEMORY BYPASS CHIME TROUBLE AC NO AC
Description Flashing = System is in Master Quick Menu mode Flashing = Enter code before Exit Delay ends Flashing = Enter code before Entry Delay ends On = Enter your user code On = Alarm(s) occurred On = Zone(s) bypassed On = Displays chime zones when in Chime Prog. mode Trouble flashes and number(s) corresponding to the trouble(s) illuminate (see Trouble List on page 6) On = AC power is supplied to the keypad On = Keypad is running on backup battery power
ZONE IN ALARM On = Illuminated zone(s) are in alarm
K32 and K32RF Keypad Overview
Zone Display: The keys  to [0(10)] correspond to zones 1 to 10 respectively: Key lit = Open or entry delay Key flash = In alarm = Press once + [MASTER CODE] for Quick Menu Programming (see Master Quick Menus on page 24) = Press and hold to modify backlight (see page 8)
[BYP] Bypass programming ON = Zone(s) bypassed (page 17) [ARM] (page 14) [SLEEP] (page 14) [STAY] (page 14)
ON = System armed OFF = Zone disarmed Flash = Exit Delay Fast Flash = Exit Delay (final 10 sec.) / zone in alarm
Off Key: ON = Disarmed OFF = System armed Light (AC): ON = Power on OFF = Power off
StayD Light: ON = StayD on OFF = StayD off (see StayD Mode on page 12)
Power and Rx/Tx Light (K32RF only) On = Power on Off = Power off Fast Flash = Transmission/Reception in progress Slow Flash = AC Loss on Keypad lnfo Key (K32RF only) Refresh display to see all open zones (see page 8)
K32LCD Keypad Overview
ON = Trouble(s) occurring (page 6) Off Key: ON = Disarmed OFF = System armed Light (AC): ON = Power on OFF = Power off StayD Light: ON = StayD on OFF = StayD off (see StayD Mode on page 12)
[BYP] Bypass programming
ON = Zone(s) bypassed (page 17)
= Press once + [MASTER CODE] for Quick Menu Programming (see Master Quick Menus on page 24) = Press and hold to modify backlight (see page 8) = Press and hold for chime programming (see page 5)
Your security system supports three types of remote controls; the REM1, REM2, REM3 and REM15. The REM1 and REM15 are the most basic remote controls, with the ability to perform five actions (e.g. arming, disarming, activating a PGM, etc.). The REM2 is more advanced, as it performs up to six different actions, as well as provides visual and auditory feedback (see table below). The REM3 is the most advanced remote control, as it has all the functionalities of a keypad (refer to the REM3 User Manual for more information). The following table describes the visual and auditory feedback of the REM2 remote control. NOTE: A wireless expansion module is necessary in order to use remote controls if you are using a Spectra SP system. Please refer to your installer for more information regarding the use of remote controls with a Spectra SP system.
Remote Control Feedback (REM2)
Full/Force Arming Feedback Action Visual Feedback Disarming Green on Exit delay Red / green slow flash Arming / Entry Delay Red on Alarm Red fast flash Stay/Sleep Arming Feedback Action Visual Feedback Disarming Green on Exit delay Yellow / green slow flash Arming / Entry Delay Yellow on Alarm Red fast flash Other Feedback Action PGM on/off Auditory Feedback Two beeps Confirmation beep Confirmation beep Alarm beep
Auditory Feedback Two beeps Confirmation beep Confirmation beep Alarm beep
Visual Feedback Yellow on
Auditory Feedback Confirmation beep
Arming & Disarming with StayD
StayD simplifies your life and makes it safer by protecting you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without ever having to disarm the system even when entering an armed area. StayD lives with you and protects you at all times, without any unprotected periods, and automatically re-arms the system so you dont need to remember to. When entering/exiting a site, the system partly disarms to let you pass through: simply notify the system with your remote and go through the designated path which will automatically re-arm after you pass. All other zones remain armed. The result is a system that is always protecting, without the uncertainty of whether the system is armed or not. Other benefits of StayD include knowing when your kids are accessing potentially dangerous areas, such as the balcony, pool or front door. Now you can truly have peace of mind knowing that you are always protected. Consult your installer for more information.
To Turn On/Off StayD Mode
To turn on StayD mode:
[STAY] + [CODE] + [STAY] StayD light on
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Press the [STAY] key followed by a valid code, then press the [STAY] key again within ten seconds. The StayD light will light up to confirm StayD activation, and the system will be in Stay mode.
To turn off StayD mode:
[OFF] + [CODE] + [OFF] Off light on Press the [OFF] key followed by a valid code, then press the [OFF] key again within ten seconds. The StayD light will turn off and the Off light will light up to confirm StayD deactivation. With StayD disabled, the system will function as a standard security system.
To Change Arm Mode
(see Arming & Disarming on page 14)
To change the level of security - Stay to Sleep:
[SLEEP] for 2 sec. Delay Sleep light on Press and hold the [SLEEP] key on any keypad. All zones which will be armed in Sleep mode go into exit delay, allowing you to move to the bedroom. When the exit delay ends, and you are in the bedroom, the rest of the interior will arm. The system is now in Sleep mode.
To change the level of security - Sleep to Stay:
[STAY] for 2 sec. Stay light on Press and hold the [STAY] key on the keypad located in the bedroom. The system will instantly switch from Sleep to Stay mode, allowing you to leave the bedroom and move freely inside the house. If you accidentally leave the bedroom without switching to Stay mode, all zones armed in Sleep mode will go into a delay, allowing you enough time to switch to Stay mode.
No Movement Auto Arming
The alarm system can be programmed to arm the system and/or send a report to your monitoring station if no zone activity occurs for a pre-programmed amount of time. This is a particularly useful feature when supervising an individual with chronic health problems or for a person who lives alone. The system will bypass any open zones.
The K32RF has two display modes. By default, the keypad will show all events (e.g. zones in alarm, bypassed zones, etc.) live as they occur. Alternatively, the system can be programmed by your installer to only display zones that cause an alarm or entry delay. If you want to see the status of all zones, press the [ ] key. Zones that are open but have not triggered an alarm will only be displayed after pressing the [ ] key. The information will be displayed for 30 seconds (20 seconds for K37), showing the status of all zones at the time the [ ] key was pressed. The zone display will shut off after 30 seconds (20 seconds for K37). For more information on the two display modes, contact your installer.
If an alarm has occurred on a zone, the respective zone key will flash, the [MEM] key will light up, and the zones will be stored in memory. These respective keys will continue to flash until disarming even if the zones are restored. To exit this mode and switch to live display mode before disarming, press the [CLEAR] key. When the system is disarmed, the zone keys will turn off, while the [MEM] key remains lit. Press the [MEM] key to illuminate the key corresponding to the zones that were in alarm. The alarm memory will be erased when the next alarm occurs and after a valid code is entered or upon full-arming the system.
Disarming & Deactivating an Alarm
To disarm an armed system or an alarm, press [OFF] and enter your [USER CODE]. An entry point, like the front door, will be programmed with one of two Entry Delay Timers. When an entry point is opened, the keypad will beep until you disarm the system. Your alarm system will not generate an alarm until this timer elapses. Any user can disarm a partition they have been assigned to, except users assigned with the Arm Only Option or PGM Only Option. How do I disarm the system? Press [OFF] + enter [USER CODE].
In case of an emergency, the system can provide three panic alarms that can immediately generate an alarm after simultaneously pressing and holding two specific keys for three seconds. Based on your needs, these panic alarms can generate audible alarms (sirens or bells) or silent alarms and can communicate specific messages to your monitoring station. For instance, pressing  and  can mean call the police or anything you require. This feature must be set by your installer. Press and hold keys  and  for Panic type 1 (e.g. police). Press and hold keys  and  for Panic type 2 (e.g. medical). Press and hold keys  and  for Panic type 3 (e.g. fire).
Upon a fire alarm, the bell/siren will emit three squawks at 2 second intervals until silenced or reset by entering a valid user code. If the zone is a Delayed Fire Zone, there is a delay before the system contacts the monitoring station. This will prevent unnecessary reporting of false alarms. If there is no fire condition, contact your monitoring station immediately to avoid an unnecessary response. What do I do if a delayed fire zone was set off accidentally? 1 Press the [CLEAR] key within 30 seconds of the alarm. 2 Try to correct the problem. 3 If the problem persists, after 90 seconds, the alarm will sound again. Press the [CLEAR] key again.
Minimizing Fire Hazards
The three most common causes of fires: Cooking is the leading cause of home fires in the U.S. It's also the leading cause of fire injuries. Cooking fires often result from unattended cooking and human error, rather than mechanical failure of stoves or ovens. Careless smoking is the leading cause of fire deaths. Smoke detectors and smolder-resistant bedding and upholstered furniture are significant fire deterrents. Heating is the second leading cause of residential fires. However, heating fires are a larger problem in single family homes than in apartments since the heating systems in single family homes are often not professionally maintained.
Fire Safety Tips
In the event of a fire, escape first, then call for help. Develop a home fire escape plan and designate a meeting place outside. Make sure everyone in the family knows two ways to escape from every room. Practice feeling your way out with your eyes closed. Never stand up in a fire, always crawl low under the smoke and try to keep
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your mouth covered. Never return to a burning building for any reason; it may cost you your life. Finally, having at least one working smoke alarm dramatically increases your chances of surviving a fire. And remember to practice a home escape plan frequently with your family.
Providing a Fire Warning System
Household fires are especially dangerous at night. Fires produce smoke and deadly gases that can overcome occupants while they sleep. To warn against fire, smoke detectors should be installed outside each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and on each additional story of the family living unit, including basements.
Testing & Maintenance
With the system disarmed and the OFF light illuminated, activate motion detectors by walking in the protected area. Open and close protected doors and verify that the corresponding lights illuminate. Your installer can advise you of the best way to test your particular system. Do not use open flame or burning materials to test your fire detection devices. Contact your installer for safe methods of testing your system. Under normal use, your system requires virtually no maintenance other than regular testing. It is recommended that the standby battery be changed every three years. Speak to your installer about the necessary tests and how often they should be performed.
Communicating Through the Internet (IP100)
You can communicate with your security system via the internet by using a system accessory called the IP100 Internet Module (sold separately). The IP100 controls and monitors your security system remotely through any web browser. It allows for email notifications of important system events such as alarms, arm/ disarm events, and troubles. For example, receive an email at work when your kids get back from school, or if an alarm occurs in your system at home. You can also view live status of your system and arm/disarm your system. For example, you have just left your office for the weekend but are not sure you remembered to arm it. Simply check the status of your system from a laptop and arm it remotely. There is no PC software to install, as the IP100 is web-based. It uses a userfriendly web-page that puts you in control. Consult your installer or refer to the IP100 User manual for more information.
Communicating Using Text Messages (PCS100)
You can communicate with your security system using text messages (SMS) by using a system accessory called the PCS100 GSM Module (sold separately). The GSM module allows you to receive text messages of system events, such as alarms or troubles, on your cellular phone. It also allows you to send text messages to arm or disarm your system from anywhere in the world. Consult your installer for more information.
Partition It is possible to arm or disarm specific partitions. The partitions must be prefaced by the letter A, and separated by commas for individual partitions. It is also possible to affect a series of partitions by writing TO between the start and end partitions of that series. The list of partitions must be followed by a period. Examples:C1234.ARM.A1. C1234.ARM.A1TO2. Phone Number This informs the system of which phone number must be notified by SMS to confirm the status change. Example:C1234.ARM.A1,3,5TO7.5555551234 IP Information It is possible to receive the IP address of the GSM module via text message. The GSM module will then send a text message to the specified phone number displaying the IP address of the GSM module. A valid user code must be entered to receive the IP address. The IP address can be used to configure remote software. Consult your installer for more information. Example:C1234.IP.5555551234
GSM Module Phone Number
Enter the phone number of your GSM module here (consult your cell phone provider) __________________________________________
Communicating by Phone (Voice-Guided VDMP3)
You can communicate with your security system by phone by using a system accessory called the VDMP3 Voice Dialer (sold separately). The VDMP3 is a module that can be programmed to call one or more telephone numbers in the event of an alarm. For example, when an alarm occurs at your store during off-hours, every employee can receive notification via telephone: (sample message) Area 1 in alarm. Zone 3. Press 1 to disarm the system. You can also call the VDMP3 from an outside line, enabling you to arm or disarm the system as well as activate PGMs. The VDMP3 essentially turns any outside telephone into a keypad. For example, you unexpectedly have to extend a business trip, and for security reasons, would like to turn on your offices lighting. Simply use your phone to toggle the lights on and off. Consult your installer for more information.
How do I call the VDMP3? 1 From an outside line, dial the telephone number to which the VDMP3 is associated. NOTE: If the telephone number that is associated with the VDMP3 has an answering machine, hang up the telephone when the line rings, and dial the telephone number again within the time limit set by your installer. 2 When the VDMP3 answers the line, you are prompted to enter your user code. 3 System status is given, as well as options to arm/disarm (1) and control features (PGMs) (2). NOTE: If you hang up while in communication with the VDMP3, you must wait 2 minutes before connecting again. To avoid having to wait, press # to disconnect from the VDMP3 before hanging up. Refer to the following page for a diagram that details how to use the VDMP3.
VDMP3 Instructions Diagram
Advanced System Features
Programmable Outputs (PGMs)
Your system may include one or more PGMs. When a specific event or condition occurs in the system, The PGM can be used to reset smoke detectors, activate light switches in your home or office, open/close garage doors and much more. If programmed by your installer, you can press and hold keys  & ,  & ,  & ,  & ,  & , or  &  for each respective PGM. Press and hold [CLEAR] + [ENTER] or [ ] for three seconds to perform a smoke reset. These features must be set by your installer.
Your system is equipped with a partitioning feature that can divide your alarm system into two distinct areas identified as Partition 1 and Partition 2. When partitioned, each zone, each user code and many of your system's features can be assigned to either Partition 1, Partition 2, or both partitions. NOTE: If the system is not partitioned, all zones, user codes, and features will be recognized as belonging to Partition 1. Partitioning is not available when using a K636 keypad.
Quick Function Keys
Upon request of your installer or monitoring station you may have to perform one of the following. To enter Menu Programming, press [ ] and then enter your [MASTER CODE]. In Menu programming, press:
[MEM] +  If your system is monitored by a monitoring station, this feature will send a test report code to the monitoring station.
[MEM] +  Will initiate a call to the monitoring station that is using the WinLoad software.
[MEM] +  Will force your security system to answer a call made by your monitoring station that is using the WinLoad software.
[MEM] +  Cancels all communication with the WinLoad software if it has been initiated.
Step 3 Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [TBL]  = Entry Delay 1 (sec.)  = Entry Delay 2 (sec.)  = Exit Delay (sec.)  = Bell Cut-Off (min.)  to  Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [TBL] +  [HH:MM]*  = 24 Hour  = AM;  = PM [YYYY/MM/DD]
4 Step 5 Step 3
Time and Date
Communicate with WinLoad / GSM
Action Details The [ ] key will flash. [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [MEM]  = Start communication  = Test Report  = Cancel communication Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [BYP]  =  =  = Details The [ ] key will flash. Toggle to have the siren squawk on arm/disarm with keypad. Toggle to have the siren squawk on arm/disarm with remote. Toggle to have no exit delay when arming with remote.
Assigning a REM3 Hand-Held 2-Way Remote Keypad to the Panel
Step 1 Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] Details The [ ] key will flash. LED/Key on = programmed user [PARTITION MASTER CODE] may also be used. 2 digits: 01 to 32 Enter 4- or 6-digit code. Re-enter 4- or 6-digit code. Press and hold the Information key ([i]) on the designated remote. Assign the user to one or both partitions and press [ENTER]. By default users are assigned to partition 1. Goes to the next available user. Details The [ ] key will flash.
[USER NUMBER] [CODE] [CONFIRM CODE] [LEARN REMOTE]  and/or  + [ENTER]
Step 3 Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [MEM]  = Personal Phone #1  = Personal Phone #2  = Personal Phone #3  = Personal Phone #4  = Personal Phone #5  = Pager # [PHONE #] + [ENTER] [MESSAGE] + [ENTER] Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [MEM]  Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [BYP]  = Auto arm (partition 1)  = Auto arm (partition 2) [HH:MM]  = Regular arm  = Sleep arm  = Stay arm Action [ ] + [MASTER CODE] [BYP]  [ALL REMOTES] + [ENTER] Press and hold [SLEEP] (3sec)
Step 3 Step 5
Enter phone # (up to 32 digits) and press [ENTER]. Goes to next phone#, or go to step 5 if  = Pager # was selected. Step 5 for Pager # only. Enter pager message and press [ENTER]. Details The [ ] key will flash. Press the [MEM] key Send a test report to the monitoring station. Details The [ ] key will flash.
Enter time using the 24 hour format (e.g. 18:00 for 6:00 pm).
Erase Lost Remote Control
Step 5 Details
Press a button on all remotes. Press [ENTER] Press and hold [SLEEP] to erase all lost remotes.
Access Code Length... 4 Adding a User... 4 Advanced StayD... 13 Advanced System Features.. 22 Alarm Display.. 17 Alarms... 17 Arming... 14 Arming & Disarming... 14 Arming & Disarming with StayD.. 12 Auditory Feedback.. 7 Auto Arm... 25 Auto-Arming... 16 Internet.. 18 IP100... 18
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