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2. If the zone uses a wireless detector, check that changes in the
room (moving furniture, televisions,) are not blocking wireless
signals from the detector.
3. If the problem has been corrected, the zone descriptors and
check should disappear. If not, enter your security code plus off
to clear the display.
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A check condition can also indicate a wiring problem. If the check
display persists call for service. The system will not allow arming
if a check condition exists. To arm the system with a check
condition, you must bypass the zone having the check condition.
Bypassing A Zone
Bypassing is usually done when a zone can’t be restored to
normal or you want to intentionally leave out a zone. For
example, if you want to leave your bedroom window open while
you sleep, you can bypass this zone from the system’s protection.
When a zone is bypassed, the system ignores events that occur
in that zone. Bypasses are removed each time the system is
disarmed and must be reapplied every time.
To Bypass Zones, the System Must be Disarmed First.
1. Enter security code then press the BYPASS key (#6)
and then the zone number for the zone to be
bypassed. All single-digit numbers must be preceded
by a zero. For example, enter 01 for zone 1.
2. The keypad will display the word bypass along with each
bypassed zone number. Wait for these zones to be displayed to
be sure that zones are bypassed.
The Exit Delay Time is __________ seconds
3. Arm the system as usual when the keypad displays the
ready message.
The Entry Delay Time is _________seconds
*You can not bypass a Fire Zone.
Chime Mode
If you want to know when a door or window is opened
while the system is disarmed, use the chime mode.
When activated, three beeps will sound at the keypad
whenever a protected perimeter door or window is
To Turn the Chime Mode On, Enter Your Security Code and the
Chime Key (#9).
To Turn the Chime Mode Off, Simply Enter Your Code and the
Chime Key Again.
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Understanding Your System
The system cannot be armed unless the Ready light is on. If it
is not on, that means that there are security zones that are not in
the ready state, such as doors or windows that are open. They
must be shut before arming. To see what zones need to be closed,
press the ready key on the keypad. This will display all the faulted
protection zones.
If the ARMED Light is on, the system has been armed successfully.
Arming the System
To Arm In the Away Mode: Enter your four digit security
code, and then press the Away (#2) key.
Disarming During an Alarm
If your siren is triggered while you are on the premises,
do not turn the alarm off until you have determined the alarm
to be false. If you turn your alarm system off within 30 seconds of
when the siren begins to sound, a cancel code will be transmitted
to ProTELEC’s Central Station. This cancel code stops the dispatch
of the Police and any further action by a ProTELEC operator.
To Disarm the System and Silence Burglary Alarms:
Enter your security code then press the OFF key. Listen for one beep.
The Ready message will be displayed and the keypad will beep once
to confirm that the system is disarmed. If an alarm occurs, the keypad
displays the zone number that caused the alarm and the type of
alarm. These messages remain displayed until cleared by a user.
To Clear the Display:
Use the Away mode when no one will be home since it arms the
interior and perimeter protection.
To Arm In the Stay Mode: Enter your four digit security
code, and then press the Stay (#3) key.
Use the Stay Mode when you are at home, but would like the
protection of the system since the perimeter protection is on, but the
interior protection is turned off.
7 INSTANT To Arm In the Instant Mode: Enter your four digit security
code, and then press the Instant (#7) key.
Use the Instant Mode when you’re staying home and do not expect
anyone to use the entrance door. The difference between the Stay
and Instant Mode is that in the Instant Mode the alarm will sound
immediately if someone opens the entrance door. There is no
entry/exit delay.
Exit Delay Restart: If you wish to open the entry/exit door to let
someone in after arming STAY, you can restart the exit delay at any
time - press the (*) Key, then open the door. The system
automatically re-arms when the exit delay expires.
Disarming the System
When the ARMED Light is on, enter your four-digit security
code and the Off (#1) key. The ARMED light will go out and
the keypad will stop beeping.
Enter your security code and then press off. If the ready
message will not display, go to the displayed zone and
correct the fault, such as closing a window. If the fault
cannot be corrected, notify ProTELEC.
Testing Your System
The TEST key puts your system into the Test mode, which
allows each protection point to be checked for proper
operation. The keypad sounds a single beep every 40
seconds as a reminder that the system is in the TEST mode.
You should test your system every few months and after any
telephone changes or service.
1. To test your system, the ready light must be on. Enter your
security code, press the TEST (#5) Key and then press the 0 Key.
The external sounder should sound for two seconds and then turn
off (If the sounder does not sound, ensure that you have the ready
light and repeat the step).
2. Open each protected door and window in turn and listen for
three beeps from the keypad. Identification of each faulted
protection point should be on the display. The display will clear
when the door or window is closed.
3. Walk in front of any motion detectors and listen for three beeps. The
identification of the detector should appear on the display when it is
activated. The display will clear when no motion is detected.
Note: If wireless motion detectors are used, there is a three-minute
delay between activations to conserve battery life.
4. When testing is completed, exit the test mode by entering your
security code and press the off key. If the test mode is left active,
it automatically turns off after four hours. Please phone our
Central Station when testing is complete to confirm that
ProTELEC received the Walk Test signal.
Duress Alarm
By pressing and holding the READY (*) key and the (# )key at the
same time for 3 seconds, a duress alarm will be sent to ProTELEC’s
Central Station. This is a call for immediate help and the authorities
will be dispatched without calling your premises first.
User Codes
The Master code should be used by the person responsible for the
alarm system. The Master code should not be given out to other
alarm users since only the Master code can be used to program
additional user codes and to change other system features.
To Change The Master Code
Enter the current master code, then press the CODE key, then
press 02, then enter the new four digit master code twice. You
will then hear a beep to confirm that the code has been changed.
Add A User
1. Enter your four digit master code then press CODE key.
2. Enter the two digit user number from 03-30 for the user
you are adding or changing.
3. Enter the four-digit user’s code.
To Delete a User
1. Enter the master code then press the CODE key.
2. Enter the two digit number to be deleted, then press the # key,
then the 0 key.
3. Wait about three seconds until the keypad beeps once before
pressing any other key. The code is automatically deleted.
Note: Test all new codes to ensure they can arm and disarm
the system.
Viewing Trouble Conditions
The word CHECK on the keypad, accompanied by a rapid
“beeping” at the Keypad, indicates that there is a trouble condition
in the system.
Press Any Key to Silence the Keypad.
The most common trouble conditions are AC power failure, Low
Battery and Telephone line failure. Check for these conditions first.
For more information, please see your complete user guide.
1. First determine if the zones displayed are intact. If they aren’t,
correct them.