Honeywell LynxR-2/LynxR-ISIA v17 Program Sheet

SIA Standards *31 Single Alarm Sounding per Zone can be set for 1 alarm or to follow *92

Power Ratings 30mA - Piezo output terminals 10 & 11

120mA - Bell output terminals 11 & 12

Enter Program 4112 + 8 + 8 + 8

(Voice Prompt)

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Voice Prompts "Add Sensors"

"Delete Sensors"

"First Central Station Phone Number" (Not seen with Monitronics panels)

"First Central Station Account Number"

"Second Central Station Phone Number" (Not seen with Monitronics panels)

"Second Central Station Account Number"

"Template" (Loads default panel info, use 1 if needed)

"Expert Programming Mode" (Standard programming mode)

Enter Program 4112 + 8 + 0 + 0 (Display should show 20)

(Standard) or Power down then back up and press * and # within 1 minute

(If exiting programming you can re-enter within 1 minute by pressing * and #)

Move to Location * + Location

View Location # + Location (Display will read off one digit at a time)

Exit Program 1. *98

OR

2. *99 if needing to re-enter programming later by Code + 8 + 00

OR

3. Press ESCAPE to return to Voice Prompt Programming then ESCAPE again to exit

Sniffer Test (Tests wireless sensors)

  1. Installer Code + # + 3

  2. Keypad displays all wireless sensors, faulting sensor removes it from list

  3. Exit with Installer Code + 1 (OFF)

Go-No Go Test (Verifies adequate RF by reducing receiver signal strength by 50%)

  1. Installer Code + # + 8

  2. a. Siren sounds

b. Panel may send walk test signal (If test signal was programmed)

c. "dd" appears on screen

d. Keypad will beep every 15 seconds

  1. Fault sensor, keypad should beep 3 times and display zone number,

if no beeps sound reorient or move sensor a few inches and try again

  1. Exit with Installer Code + 1 (OFF)

  1. = Enable

  1. = Backlight Off after 10 seconds

  1. = Enable

(for 5827, 5827BD 5828 RF keypads and 5804BD Keyfobs only)

  1. = G 7 = H 8 = I 9 = J #10 = K

#11 = L #12 = M #13 = N #14 = O #15 = P

  1. = Yes (Program in *81 Zone List 3)

  1. = Enable

  1. = January 08 = August

  2. = February 09 = September

  3. = March #10 = October

  4. = April #11 = November

  5. = May #12 = December

  6. = June

Start/End Weekend Number 2 = 2nd Weekend

3 = 3rd Weekend

4 = 4th Weekend

5 = Last Weekend

6 = Next to Last Weekend

  1. = 3rd from Last Weekend

  1. = 1 per Arming period

  1. = Enable

  1. = 4 minutes

  2. = 8 minutes

  3. = 12 minutes

  4. = 16 minutes

  1. = 120 seconds

  1. = 120 seconds

  1. = 240 seconds

(Always enabled at start of arming for keyfobs) 1 = 1/2 second siren after arming by LynxR-ISIA or RF Keypad

2 = 1/2 second siren after arming by LynxR-ISIA or RF Keypad

(See Zone List 2) 1 = 15 seconds #10 = 2 minutes 30 seconds

2 = 30 seconds #11 = 2 minutes 45 seconds

This is the maximum amount of time which 3 = 45 seconds #12 = 3 minutes

2 zones must be tripped to send an alarm 4 = 60 seconds #13 = 3 minutes 15 seconds

if only one is tripped a trouble message 5 = 1 minute 15 seconds #14 = 3 minutes 30 seconds

(CID code 380) will be sent instead 6 = 1 minute 30 seconds #15 = 3 minutes 45 seconds

7 = 1 minute 45 seconds

Program which 2 zones are used in *81 Zone List 2 8 = 2 minutes

Note: Cross Zones should be types 3, 4 or 5 only, if interior zone is used then both zones must be interior zones

(SIA standard) If 9 is needed to dial add here

If Call Wait Disable enter*70 then #+13, also see *47

End Phone with * # + 11 = * # + 12 = # # + 13 = 2.5 second pause

(Hex B = #+11 C = #+12 D = #+13 E = #+14 F = #+15)

(For Pagers or "Follow Me" Feature)

  1. = DTMF Dial

  2. = Pulse Dial, CS on Watts Line

  3. = DTMF Dial, CS on Watts Line

4 = Pulse with Speaker Phone

5 = DTMF with Speaker Phone

6 = Pulse/Watts/Speaker Phone

7 = DTMF/Watts/Speaker Phone

8 = Pulse Dial/Call Wait Cancel Enabled

9 = Tone Dial/Call Wait Cancel Enabled

#10 = Pulse Dial/Watts/Call Wait Cancel Enabled

#11 = Tone Dial/Watts/Call Wait Cancel Enabled

#12 = Speaker Phone/Pulse Dial/Call Wait Cancel Enabled

#13 = Speaker Phone/Tone Dial/Call Wait Cancel Enabled

#14 = Speaker Phone/Pulse Dial/Watts/Call Wait Enabled

#15 = Speaker Phone/Tone Dial/Watts/Call Wait Enabled

I _ 7 _I Secondary 1 = 3/1, 4/1 Radionics Standard

2 = 4/2 Ademco L/S Standard

3 = 4/2 Radionics Standard

(AVM 2-Way available only with Contact ID) 5 = Contact ID (10-digit Account Numbers)

6 = 4/2 Ademco Express

7 = Contact ID (4-digit Account Numbers)

8 = 3/1, 4/1 Ademco L/S Expanded

9 = 3/1, 4/1 Radionics Expanded

To Primary Phone To Secondary Phone (*44)

  1. = Alarms, Restore, Cancel All Other Reports

  2. = All Reports except Open/Close, Test Open/Close, Test

  3. = Alarms, Restore, Cancel All Reports

  4. = All Reports except Open/Close, Test All Reports

  5. = All Reports (Dual Reporting) All Reports

To Primary Phone To Pager (*46)

  1. = All reports except Open/Close (Pager) Alarms/Open/Close/Trouble Users 5 - 8, Keyfobs 26-33

  2. = All reports Alarms/Troubles

  3. = All reports Alarms/Open/Close/Trouble Users 5 to 8, keyfobs 26-33

  4. = All reports except Open/Close Alarms/Open/Close for Users 5 to 8, keyfobs 26-33

To Primary Phone To End User Voice Prompt (*46)

  1. = All except Open/Close Alarms/Open/Close/Trouble Users 5 - 8, Keyfobs 26-33

  2. = All Reports Alarms/Trouble

  3. = All Reports Alarms/Open/Close/Trouble Users 5 - 8, Keyfobs 26-33

  4. = All except Open/Close Open/Close

(Does not apply to zone types 6, 7, 8, 9 or 16) 2 = 30 second abort window

3 = 45 second abort window

  1. = 24 Hours

  2. = Weekly

  3. = Monthly

(Hours to send after exiting programming or download) 1 = 6 Hours

2 = 12 Hours

3 = 18 Hours

  1. = Sescoa

  1. = 1 Day 4 = 90 Days

  2. = 7 Days 5 = 180 Days

  3. = 27 Days 6 = 365 Days

  1. = Radio Enabled, Telco Enabled

3 = Radio Enabled, Telco Disabled

5 = Radio Enabled with AAV 2-Way Voice, Telco Disabled

7 = Radio Enabled with AAV 2-Way Voice, Telco Enabled

1. Enter Zone to program (01 to 99) or 00 to exit (* for next, 00 to exit)

Tech_201000000261.gif Hardwire Zone None

Wireless Zones Zones 02 to 25

Keyfob Zones Zones 26 to 41

Duress Code Zone 92

Fire Panic Zone 95

Medical Panic Zone 96

Police Panic Zone 99

Lynx Defaults Zone 2 = Delay Zone on Loop 2, Voice description = "Front Door"

Zone 3 = Delay Zone on Loop 2, Voice description = "Back Door Door"

Zone 4 = Instant Zone on Loop 2, Voice description = "Window"

Zone 5 = Interior on Loop 1, Voice description = "Motion Detector"

Zone 26 = 21 Arm Away Loop 3 Zone 30 = 21 Arm Away Loop 3

Zone 27 = 22 Disarm Loop 2 Zone 31 = 22 Disarm Loop 2

Zone 28 = 20 Arm Stay Loop 4 Zone 32 = 20 Arm Stay Loop 4

Zone 29 = 23 No Alarm Loop 1 Zone 33 = 23 No Alarm Loop 1

2. Enter Zone Type (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000262.gif 00 = Zone Disabled/Deleted 08 = 24 hour Aux/Medical

  1. = Delay Zone 09 = Fire

  2. = Secondary Delay Zone 10 = Interior Delay

  3. = Perimeter/Instant 14 = Carbon Monoxide CO2 (sends E162)

  4. = Interior Follower/Motions 20 = Arm-Stay

  5. = Trouble by Day/Alarm by Night 21 = Arm-Away

  6. = 24 hour Silent/Holdup 22 = Disarm

  7. = 24 hour Police Panic 23 = No Alarm Response

24 = Silent Burglary

3. Enter 10 for Report Code (* for next, # for previous menu)

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if programming Panics or Duress display will move back to step 1, sensors continue to step 4

4. Enter RF Loop Type (* for next, # for previous menu)

Tech_201000000264.gif 3 = RF (Door/Motions/Glassbreaks/Smokes)

4 = UR (some Remote Panic Buttons)

5 = BR (Keyfobs and Panic Buttons)

5. Enter Loop Number (0 to 4) (* for next, # for previous menu)

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Door Switch External wired connector = Loop 1

Internal reed switch = loop 2

Glassbreak Loop 1

Smoke Detectors Loop 1

Motions Loop 1

Keyfobs Bottom Right Button = Loop 1

(Each button is 1 zone) Top Right Button = Loop 2

Top Left Button = Loop 3

Bottom Left Button = Loop 4

5a. If this appears sensor has been previously learned

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6. Sensor Menu (* for next, # for previous menu)

Press 1 to go to step 7 and enter Serial Number

Press 2 to copy last serial number entered (Used for keyfobs)

Press 3 to view existing serial number 1 digit at a time (Only if sensor previously learned and IA L displays)

Press 9 to move to "F" (Delete Sensor) screen (Then press 1 to delete existing serial number)

Press * to continue to Step 10 Zone Descriptor screen

Press # to move back to Step 5 Loop Number screen

Press 0 to skip to step 10 and enter Zone Descriptors

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7. If 1 is pressed enter Serial Number now then * (* for next, # skips back to step 6)

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8. Serial Number displays, press * to accept, # backs up to step 7

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9. Display shows serial learned, press * for next

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9a. Activate Sensor to confirm (optional), press * for next

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10. Press 1 to enter Zone Descriptor, 0 skips to next zone

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11. Enter 1st word with # + 2-digit word

Tech_201000000273.gif 6 saves and moves to step 12 (Keypad speaks each word as entered)

  1. saves and moves to next zone

12. Enter 2nd word with # + 2-digit word

Tech_201000000274.gif 6 saves and moves to step 13 (Keypad speaks each word as entered)

8 saves and moves to next zone

13. Enter 3rd word with # + 2-digit word

Tech_201000000275.gif 6 or 8 saves new Voice Descriptor (Keypad speaks new Voice Descriptor)

and moves to next Zone at step 1

00 ½ sec pause 44 Fire Detection 57 Nine 25 Third Floor

82 Alarm 07 First Floor 16 North 75 Three

32 Attic 45 Five 58 Nursery 76 Transmitter

  1. Baby 08 Floor 59 Office 77 Two

33 Back 46 Four 60 One 78 Upstairs

34 Basement 47 Front 17 Outside 26 Utility

35 Bathroom 48 Garage 61 Patio 79 Utility Room

36 Bedroom 49 Guest Room 62 Police 27 West

88 Carbon Monoxide 09 Gun 18 Pool 80 Window

83 Check 50 Hall 63 Rear 28 Yard

37 Delay Door 10 Inside 19 Room 81 Zero

38 Den 51 Kitchen 64 Second Floor 86 Zones

  1. Detector 11 Laundry 65 Seven 29 1 ST

  2. Dining 52 Laundry Room 20 Shed 30 2 ND

39 Dining Room 12 Library 21 Shop 31 3 RD

  1. Door 13 Living 66 Side 70 Custom Word #1

40 Downstairs 53 Living Room 67 Silent Police 71 Custom Word #2

  1. Driveway 14 Main 68 Six 72 Custom Word #3

  2. East 15 Master 69 Sliding 73 Custom Word #4

41 Eight 54 Master Bedroom 22 Smoke 74 Custom Word #5

42 Emergency 55 Medical 23 South 99 Blank/Erase

43 Family Room 84 Message 24 Storage

87 Fire 56 Motion Detector 85 System

14. Enter next Zone to program (01 to 99) or 00 to exit

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Delete Sensor

1. At "A" Zone Number (step 1) screen enter zone to delete (02 to 41) then *

2. At "B" Zone Type (step 2) screen enter 00 then *

or enter 0 at "E" Loop Number screen (step 5) then *

3. Press * until "F" Delete Sensor screen appears

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4. If 00 was entered at Zone Type (B) screen press 1 to delete sensor and move to next sensor programming

if 0 was entered at Loop Number (E2 or E2L) screen press 1 to delete only the serial number and move to 1C screen

  1. = Exit Time Restart Enabled

  2. = Auto Stay Arming Enabled

  3. = Auto Stay Arming/Exit Time Restart

  4. = Cancel Alarm Display Enabled

  5. = Cancel Alarm Display/Exit Time Restart

  6. = Cancel Alarm Display/Auto Stay Arming

  7. = Cancel Alarm Display/Auto Stay/Exit Time Restart

Cancel Display = Displays "CA" if an alarm abort occurs before report to central station

or if alarm cancel occurs after alarm reports (does not affect zone types 5, 6 and 7)

Auto Stay Arming = Will arm in Stay mode if exit delay expires and no delay zones were activated

Exit Delay Restart/Reset = Restarts exit delay after system is Stay armed by pressing STAY or Code + STAY

or repeats the exit delay if E/E door is re-opened before exit delay expires

  1. = RF Jam Detect Enabled, no Reporting

  2. = RF Jam Detect Enabled + Reporting

I _ 0 _I Stay

(2-minute window if an alarm occurs after arming)

(SIA standard)

I _ 0 _I Priority 0 = Dual Reporting Dialer and ECP Device

1 = 15 second delay 9 = 135 second delay

(Enter #15 2 to disable onboard dialer) 2 = 30 second delay #10 = 150 second delay

  1. = 45 second delay #11 = 165 second delay

  2. = 60 second delay #12 = 180 second delay

  3. = 75 second delay #13 = 195 second delay

  4. = 90 second delay #14 = 210 second delay

8 = 120 second delay #15 = 225 second delay

2nd Digit

0 = Primary Dialer Reporting first

  1. = ECP Reporting first

  2. = ECP Reporting only

(2100Hz Tone for GSMLV AAV Cellular 2-Way Voice) 01 to 09 = 100ms to 900ms

10 to 99 - 1.0 to 9.9 seconds

Example: to open garage door

  1. Select Device 01 in step 2

  2. Select 1 in step 3 to close for 2 seconds to activate X-10 PowerFlash at garage door opener

  3. Select 2 in step 4 to enable keyfob button fault to activate X-10 PowerFlash

  4. Select a Zone List which has the keyfob button entered (programmed in *81)

  5. Bypass steps 6 and 7, program keyfob button as Type 23 (No Alarm Response)

Note: To turn a lamp on and off with keyfob 2 buttons must be used, one for ON and one for OFF

1. Press 0 to exit or 1 to enter *80 programming

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2. Enter 2-digit X-10 Device number (01 to 16) (* for next, 00 to exit)

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  1. to 08 are set by X-10 module number dials

09 to 16 are phantom modules that only exist for Total Connect Notifications

  1. = X-10

  2. = X-10

  3. = X-10

  4. = X-10

  5. = X-10

  6. = X-10

  7. = X-10

08 = X-10

09 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 1

10 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 2

11 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 3

12 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 4

13 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 5

14 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 6

15 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 7

16 = Multi-Mode Total Connect Email Trigger 8

By default schedule 8 is

Action = 2 (Close and stay closed)

Start Zone Type = 33 (Start on any burglar alarm)

Stop Zone Type = 36 (Stop on siren timeout or disarm)

3. Enter what X-10 device will do or 0 to skip (* for next, # for previous)

Tech_201000000280.gif 0 = No Response/Skip

  1. = Close for 2 seconds

  2. = Close and stay closed

  3. = Pulse On and Off

X-10 PowerHorn must be set to Pulse On and OFF

4. Enter START Event Type (Type of event to trigger device) (* for next, # for previous)

Tech_201000000281.gif 0 = Not Used/Skip

  1. = Alarm

  2. = Fault (Zone or Keyfob button)

  3. = Trouble

5. Enter START Zone List (List programmed in *81) (* for next, # for previous)

Tech_201000000282.gif 0 = Not Used/Skip

  1. = Zone List 1

  2. = Zone List 2

  3. = Zone List 3

6. Enter START Zone Type (Optional) (* for next, # for previous)

Tech_201000000283.gif 00 = Not Used/Skip 21 = Arm-Away

  1. = Delay Zone 22 = Disarming

  2. = Secondary Delay Zone 31 = End of Exit Time

  3. = Perimeter/Instant 32 = Start of Entry Time

  4. = Interior Follower/Motions 33 = Any Burglar Alarm

  5. = Trouble by Day/Alarm by Night 36 = At Bell Timeout or Disarm

  6. = 24 hour Silent/Holdup 38 = Chime

  7. = 24 hour Police Panic 39 = Any Fire Alarm

08 = 24 hour Aux/Medical 40 = Bypassing

09 = Fire 42 = System Low Battery

10 = Interior Delay 43 = Communication Failure

14 = Carbon Monoxide 52 = Kissoff

16 = Fire with Verification 58 = Duress

20 = Arm-Stay

7. Enter STOP Zone List (List programmed in *81) (* for next, # for previous)

Tech_201000000284.gif 0 = Not Used/Skip

  1. = Zone List 1 General Use

  2. = Zone List 2 Cross Zone (General Use If *39 = 0)

  3. = Zone List 3 General Use

8. Enter STOP Zone Type (Optional) (* for next, # for previous)

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9. Enter next 2-digit Device number (01 to 08) or 00 to exit

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  1. Press 1 to enter zone list programming, 0 to exit

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2. Enter Zone List to program (* for next, 00 exits)

Tech_201000000287.gif Zone List 1 = X-10

Zone List 2 = X-10 or Cross Zones

Zone List 3 for Chime By Zone *26

3. Enter Zone to add to Zone List then * then 00 for step 4 (* for next, 00 exits)

Tech_201000000288.gif Multiple Zones can be added (example: 01* 03* 25*etc)

4. To delete this Zone List press 1, to skip to step 5 press 0 (* for next, 00 exits)

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5. To delete Zone in this List press 1, to skip to step 6 press 0 (* for next, 00 exits)

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5a. If 1 was selected enter Zone to delete then *, end with 00

Tech_201000000291.gif Multiple Zones can be deleted (example: 01* 03* 25*etc)

6. Enter next Zone List to program or 00 to exit

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  1. Press 1 to enter mode programming, 0 to exit

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2. Enter Zone to add Voice Description (01 to 99) (* for next, 00 exits)

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3. Enter 1st word with # + 2-digit Descriptor

Tech_201000000294.gif 6 saves and moves to step 4 (Keypad speaks each word as entered)

8 saves and moves to next zone

4. Enter 2nd word with # + 2-digit Descriptor

Tech_201000000295.gif 6 saves and moves to step 5 (Keypad speaks each word as entered)

8 saves and moves to next zone

5. Enter 3nd word with # + 2-digit Descriptor

Tech_201000000295.gif 6 or 8 to save and finish (Keypad speaks entire Voice Descriptor)

6. Enter next Zone to add Voice Description (01 to 99) or 00 to exit

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00 1/2 sec pause 14 Fire 28 Motion 42 Window

  1. Alarm 15 Floor 29 Office 43 Yard

  2. Attic 16 Front 30 Patio 44 Zones

  3. Baby 17 Garage 31 Pool 45 1st

  4. Back 18 Gun 32 Room 46 2nd

  5. Basement 19 Hall 33 Shed 47 3rd

  6. Bathroom 20 Inside 34 Shop 70 Custom Word 1

  7. Bedroom 21 Kitchen 35 Side 71 Custom Word 2

08 Check 22 Laundry 36 Sliding 72 Custom Word 3

09 Den 23 Library 37 Smoke 73 Custom Word 4

10 Detector 24 Living 38 Storage 74 Custom Word 5

11 Dining 25 Main 39 System 99 Blank

12 Door 26 Master 40 Upstairs

13 Emergency 27 Message 41 Utility

  1. Press 1 to enter mode programming, 0 to exit

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2. Enter Custom Word to program (70 to 74) or 00 to exit (* for next, 00 exits)

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3. Press * + # to begin recording

4. Keypad beeps 3 times, after 3rd beep speak message (Recording length is 1.5 seconds)

5. Press # to re-record

Press 6 to save and move back to to step 2

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(Total Connect Notification) 1 = Enable Multi-Mode device address #6

2 = Enable Multi-Mode device address #7

3 = Enable Multi-Mode device address #6 & #7

  1. = Aux key sends message to Pager

(For PIN's, 800 blocks etc * = # + 11, # = # + 12, 2 second pause = # + 13)

(Logs into Event Buffer) 1 = Logs Alarm/Restore

2 = Logs Trouble/Restore

4 = Logs Bypass/Restore

  1. = Open/Close

#15 = Logs all

1 = AVM 2-Way & Remote Phone Control

For non 2-way systems select 0 or 2 2 = Remote Phone Control only

For 2-way systems select 1 or 4 4 = AVM 2-Way Audio only

  1. = Shutdown after 2 trips

  1. = Last digit flexible

  2. = Last 2-digits flexible

  3. = Last 3-digits flexible

Scheduling 1. Enter Master or Installer Code + # + 64

2. Enter Schedule to program (1 to 8) then * for next, # exits

Tech_201000000247.gif 1 to 6 are for Users, 7 to 8 only for Installer

3. Enter Event which will occur then * for next, # exits

Tech_201000000248.gif 0 = No Event Selected

  1. = Activate X-10 Device

  2. = Latch Key Report (sounds if not disarmed by specific time)

  3. = Automatic Stay Arming

  4. = Voice Reminder Announcement

  5. = Alarm Clock (sounds until button press)

4. Enter Hour to Start Event then * for next, # exits

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5. Enter 0 for AM or 1 for PM then * for next, # for previous display

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  1. Enter Minute to Start Event then * for next, # for previous display

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  1. Enter Start Day of Event then * for next, # for previous display

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If Events 3, 4 and 5 were programmed display will return to step 1

If events 1 and 2 are being programmed display will continue to step 8

  1. Enter Hour to Stop Event then * for next, # for previous display

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  1. Enter 0 for AM or 1 for PM then * for next, # for previous display

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  1. Enter Minute to Stop Event then * for next, # for previous display

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  1. Enter Stop Day of Event then * for next, # for previous display

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If not programming X-10 Devices display returns to step 1

  1. Enter X-10 Device to perform Event then * for next, # for previous display

Tech_201000000257.gif Device 1 to 8

Display will move back to step 1, press # to exit