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Agenda
•Panel Features
•Connecting an AlarmNet Communicator
•Programming Locations
•*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
•*80 Device Programming
•*81 Zone List Programming
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Features
•AlarmNet Communicator Compatible *
•IP/GSM Downloading Compatible *
•Wireless Siren Compatible – 5800WAVE
•Wireless Keypad Compatible – 5828V Fixed English
•Built in Speakerphone
•Built in Remote Phone Control
•Built-in Two-way voice system - AAV
•Numeric Pager Reporting
•Follow-Me Alarm Reporting (voice message)
* Options of the Lynx Plus, LynxR-2 and LynxR-i
Central Station reporting required for Pager and Follow-Me Alarm
reports except for Open and Close reports
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Plus Features
•Supports two-way voice over GSM radio
–with the GSMVLP radio module
•Full 16-button keypad with easy-to-read LCD display and status LEDs
–2” x 16” Custom Alpha backlit display
•Hinged cover for simpler installations
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Features
•Rechargeable batteries
–6 x 1.2V Nickel Metal-Hydride pack
•provides 24 hours of standby
•Enhanced Enroll Mode
–Can enroll Confirm serial number
–View serial number
–Change loop number w/o deleting
•RF jam detection
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Features
•1 Hardwire zone – Not present on LynxR-2 or LynxR-i
•24 Wireless zones
•16 Button zones
–5804, 5804BD, BDV, & 5802MN
•8 user codes
–1 installer
–1 master
–1 duress
–5 standard
•84 Event log – Viewable from Compass Only
•On-board UL 85db siren
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AlarmNet Connections
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AlarmNet Communicator
GSMVLP
Status LEDs
Signal Strength
LED
Must be solid.
Registration and
Test Switch
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Lynx Plus AlarmNet Communicator Mounting
Installing the GSMVLP Module
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AlarmNet Communicator Connection
Wiring Connections and Routing
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AlarmNet Communicator
GSML
Status LEDs
Signal Strength
LED
Must be solid.
Registration and
Test Switch
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AlarmNet Communicator
GSML
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AlarmNet Communicator Connections
LynxR-2/R-i & 7847i-L Configuration B
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AlarmNet Communicator Connections
LynxR-2/R-i & 7845GSM / 7845i-GSM
Do Not Connect the
7845GSM internal
battery!
NOTE: DC Power is supplied from Lynx panel.
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AlarmNet Communicator Connections
LynxR-2/R-i & 7847i
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AlarmNet Communicator Connections
LynxR-EN & AlarmNet Device
2K Ohm Pull up resistor.
Program your AlarmNet Device
in V- (neg) Zone Mode.
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AlarmNet Communicator Connections - LynxDM-GSM
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AlarmNet Communicator Connections
LynxDM-GSM
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Programming
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Programming Locations
* 20 Installer Code
[4112]
Example 1
To change the Inst. Code you would enter *20 then the new code:
For example: Change Installer code to 4321
* 2 0 4 3 2 1 (after entry of last digit the keypad will beep 3 times to
confirm the entry and automatically proceed to location *21)
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Programming Locations
*20 Installer Code
[4112]
Example 1
To view what is in location *20 you would enter:
# 2 0 the panel will then display the location contents one digit at a
time (in hexadecimal format)
For example: # 2 0 then the panel would display:
04 (beep) 03 (beep) 02 (beep) 01 (beep, beep, beep)
The installer code is 4321.
A triple beep is heard after the last digit of the field is displayed.
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Programming Locations
*21 Quick Arm Enable
[1]
*22 Keypad Backlight Time Out
[0] 0 = always on
1 = off after 10secs
*24 RF House ID Code
0 = no; 1=yes
[00] 00 = disable
01-31 = house ID
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Programming Locations
*25 Powerline Carrier device
House Code
[0]
*26 Chime by Zone
[0] 0 = no; 1 = yes
Program zones to chime on zone list 3
*31 Single Alarm Sounding/Zone
*31 Single Alarm Sounding/Zone SIA
[0] 0 = no limit
1 = yes, once per arming
[0]
0 = Same as Shutdown in field *92
1 = yes, once per arming period
*33 Alarm Bell Timeout
[1] 0 = none; 1 = 4min
2 = 8min; 3 = 12min; 4 = 16min
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Programming Locations
Daylight Saving Time
*29 Daylight Saving Time
Start/End Month
[3,11]
This is March and November.
*30 Daylight Saving Time
Start/End Weekend
[2,1]
This is the 2nd Sunday in March and the 1st Sunday in November.
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SIA Entry Exit Times
*34 Exit Delay
[6,0]
SIA: Must be set to a minimum 45 sec.
00-99 = exit delay time (in sec)
97 = 120 sec delay
*35 Entry Delay 1 (zone type 01)
[3,0]
SIA: The entry delay must be set to a minimum of 30
seconds. The sum of entry delay 1 field *35 and the
burglary abort window entered in *50 should not exceed
1 minute.
30-96 = entry delay time (in sec.)
97 = 120 sec; 98 = 180 sec;
99 = 240 sec
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SIA Entry Exit Times
*36 Entry Delay 2 (zone type 02)
SIA: The entry delay must be set to a minimum of 30
seconds. The sum of entry delay 2 field *36 and the
burglary abort window entered in *50 should not exceed
1 minute.
[3,0]
30-96 = entry delay time (in sec.)
97 = 120 sec; 98 = 180 sec;
99 = 240 sec
*50 15 sec Dialer Delay (Burg)
[0] 0 = no; 1 = yes
*50 Burglary Abort Window SIA
[2] 1 = 15 sec; 2 = 30 sec;
3 = 45 sec
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Phone Options
*38 Confirmation of Arming Ding
[0]
0 = no; 1 = yes (when armed by self-contained keypad or RF)
2 = yes (when armed by RF only)
*40 PABX Access Code
SIA PABX/Call Waiting Disable
Up to 6 digits
*41 Primary Phone No.
...
Up to 20 digits
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Phone Options
*42 Secondary Phone No.
Numeric Pager or
Follow-Me Alarm
…
Up to 24 digits
*43 Primary Account Number
4 or 10 Digits
[ FFFF ]
4 or 10 Digits
[ FFFF ]
*44 Second Account Number
The Account Number will be 10 digits only if 10 Digit Contact ID Format is
selected in *48 Report Format.
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Phone Options
*46 Follow-Me Reminder
Phone Number
…
Up to 24 digits
[5]
*47 Phone System Select
Central Station
Dialing Mode
Pulse
Tone
Pulse
Tone
No WATS
0 = No
Speaker
Phone
1 = No Speaker
Phone
4 = With Speaker
Phone
5 = With Speaker
Phone
WATS
2 = No
Speaker
Phone
3 = No Speaker
Phone
6 = With Speaker
Phone
7 = With Speaker
Phone
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SIA Only
Phone System Select
*47 Phone System Select
SIA Only
[5]
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Format
*48 Report Format for PRIM/SEC.
[ 7,7 ]
Primary
0 = 3+1, 4+1 Ademco L/S Standard
1 = 3+1 4+1 Radionics Standard
2 = 4+2 Ademco L/S Standard
3 = 4+2 Radionics Standard
Secondary
6 or undefined = 4+2 Ademco Express
7 = Ademco Contact ID reporting
8 = 3+1, 4+1 Ademco L/S Expanded
9 = 3+1, 4+1 Radionics Expanded
5 = Ademco 10 Digit Contact ID Format
NOTE: Option 5 or 7 (Ademco Contact ID) must be selected for AAV.
ADEMCO Contact ID Example:
1234 E 131 00 C005
This is a new Perimeter Alarm on Zone 5,
Account #, the Event (E = new, R = restore )
Event Code, Zone #
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Reporting Options
Dialer Programming
*49 Split/Dual Reporting
TO PRIMARY PHONE No.
1 = Alarms, Restore, Cancel
2 = All except Open/Close , Test
3 = Alarms, Restore, Cancel
4 = All except Open/Close, Test
5 = All
TO PRIMARY PHONE No.
6 = All except Open/Close
7 = All reports
8 = All reports
9 = All except Open/Close
TO PRIMARY PHONE No.
10 = All except Open/Close
11 = All reports
12 = All reports
13 = All except Open/Close
[0] 0 = Disable (Backup report only)
TO SECONDARY PHONE No.
Others
Open/Close, Test
All
All
All
TO PAGING No. (Secondary)
Alarms, Open/Close‡, Troubles
Alarms, Trouble
Alarms, Open/Close‡, Troubles
Open/Close‡
TO Follow-Me Alarm No. (Secondary)
Alarms, Open/Close‡, Troubles
Alarms, Trouble
Alarms, Open/Close‡, Troubles
Open/Close‡
‡ Will report users 0, 5-8 or wireless arm/disarm button
Zones 26-33; all other zones and users do not report
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Periodic Test
*51 Periodic Test Report
[0] 0 = none; 1 = 24 hrs;
2 = weekly; 3 = 30 days
*52 First Test Report Offset
[2] 0 = 24 hr; 1 = 6 hrs;
2 = 12 hrs; 3 = 18 hrs
*64 Test Report Code
[1,0]
*76 Test Restore Report Code SIA
[0,0]
Sent when test mode is exited.
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Programming Locations
*59 Exit Error Report Code
[1]
*60 Trouble Report Code
[1,0]
*65 Open Report Code
[0]
*66 Arm Away/Stay Rpt Code
[0,0]
AWAY
STAY
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Programming Locations
*55 Enable LRR/IP
Communications Device
[0]
*77 Dynamic Signaling Delay/
Dynamic Signaling Priority
[0, 0]
1st Entry
(delay before switching Central
Station reporting path)
0 = Redundant reporting
8 = 120 seconds
1 = 15 seconds
9 = 135 seconds
2 = 30 seconds
#10 = 150 seconds
3 = 45 seconds
#11 = 165 seconds
4 = 60 seconds
#12 = 180 seconds
5 = 75 seconds
#13 = 195 seconds
6 = 90 seconds
#14 = 210 seconds
7 = 105 seconds
#15 = 225 seconds
0 = Disable;
1 = Enable
2nd Entry
0 = Primary Dialer First
1 = LRR/IP First
2 = LRR/IP Reporting Only
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Programming Locations
*87 Aux Function 1-button paging or Macro
– Send 999-9999 to a pager or can be a Macro
*88 Pager Characters
– Enter up to 16 digits as needed for customizing pager messages
or pager requirements (PIN’s etc.)
*90 Event Logging
[3]
0 = None;
1 = Alarm/Alarm Restore
2 = Trouble/Trouble Restore;
4 = Bypass/Bypass Restore;
8 = Open/Close
To select all, enter #15
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Programming Locations
*91 Alarm Audio Verification/Remote Phone Control
[2]
0 = None; 1 = AVM & remote phone control
2 = remote phone control only
4 = AVM only
*92 Number Of Reports in Armed Period
[0]
0 = 10 Alarm/Alarm Restore Reports; 1 = Unlimited
*92 Swinger Shutdown SIA
[1]
1 = shutdown after one alarm
2 = shutdown after two alarms
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Programming Locations
*94 Download Phone No.
…
Up to 20 Digits
*95 Ring Detect Count for Downloading
[0]
0 = Disable Station Initiated Download;
1-14 = Number of rings;
15 = Answering Machine Defeat
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Programming Locations
*96 Initializes Download ID, Subscriber Account No.
For Initial Download; No entry required
*97 Select 1 of 4 Default Option Setups. Enter 1-4 to
select from default tables 1-4. Enter 0 to abort.
*98 Exits Programming mode and prevents re-entry by
Installer Code +8+0+0
*99 Exits Programming mode and allows re-entry by
Installer Code +8+0+0
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*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
A 02
A 02
ZONE NUMBER
b 01
b 01 ENTR/EXIT#1
ZONE TYPE
Zone Number
Enter the 2-digit zone number to be programmed
[*] = Continue
00 = exit zone programming mode
Zone Type
Enter the 2-digit zone type.
[*] = Continue
00 =
Not Used
08 =
24 Hr. Aux
01 =
Entry/Exit #1
09 =
Fire without verify
02 =
Entry/Exit #2
10 =
Interior w/Delay
03 =
Perimeter
20 =
Arm-Stay
04 =
Interior Follower
21 =
Arm-Away
05 =
Trouble Day/Alarm Night
22 =
Disarm
06 =
24Hr. Silent
23 =
No Alarm Response
07 =
24Hr. Audible
24 =
Silent Burglary
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*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
C 10
C10
REPORT CODE
d 3
d 3 RF SUPERVSD
INPUT TYPE
Report Code
Enter the report code
Input Type
Enter the input type
3 = Supervised RF (RF) 4 = Unsupervised RF (UR)
5 = Button type (BR)
[*] = Continue
E 1
E2
LOOP#/AUTO LEARN
Loop Number
It takes 4 transmissions to learn in the Serial and Loop
Numbers.
1st Fault and Restore – a single beep will sound.
2nd Fault and Restore – a double beep will sound.
-If a voice descriptor is already programmed for the
zone, it will also be announced.
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*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
E 2L
E2L LEARNED
LOOP#/AUTO LEARN
An “L” will appear after the loop number
if the loop number was learned in.
1A L
1AL A000-1234
ENROLL MODE
Enroll Mode
0 = Skip to the VOICE DESCRIPTOR prompt (1C)
1 = Enroll now and proceed to SERIAL NUMBER prompt (1b) (If “ L” is not displayed)
2 = Copy the last serial number from the local memory buffer (If “L” is not displayed)
3 = View existing serial number. (Only if “L” is displayed)
9 = Delete existing serial number. (Only if “L” is displayed)
[*] = Advance to the VOICE DESCRIPTOR prompt (1C)
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*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
1A
1A
ENROLL MODE
Manual Serial Number Entry
Press [1] at the 1A prompt to manually enter the
transmitters serial number
1b
1b
SERIAL NUMBER
Manually enter the transmitter’s 7-digit serial
number. When all 7 digits are entered, press the [*] key.
1A L
1AL A000-1234
ENROLL MODE
After entry is completed, you may trip the transmitter to
confirm the serial number entry is correct, or press [*] to
skip.
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*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
1C
1C
ZONE DESCRIPTOR
Voice Descriptor
-(Can also be entered separately in *84)
0 = skip to next zone
1 = Enter descriptor mode
1d 47
1d47
Front
FRONT
Descriptor 1
Enter [#] + 2 digit vocabulary index number
6 = accept word and advance to descriptor 2
8 = accept word and advance to next zone
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*56 Enhanced Zone Programming
1E 69
1E69
Sliding
SLIDING
1F 12
1F04
Door
DOOR
Descriptor 2
Enter [#] + 2 digit vocabulary index number
6 = accept word and advance to descriptor 3
8 = accept word and advance to next zone
Descriptor 3
Enter [#] + 2 digit vocabulary index number
8 = accept word and advance to next zone
(A prompt) A 03
A03
ZONE NUMBER
00 = exit zone programming mode
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*80 Device Programming
80
80
DEVICE PROG MENU
A01
A01
DEVICE NUMBER
b 2
b02
DEVICE ACTION
Device Programming
0 = Exit mode
1 = Enter mode
Device Number
Enter the 2-digit device number
01-08 = X-10
09-16 = Multi-Mode Total Connect
[*] = Continue
00 = Exit Device Programming mode
Device Action
Enter the 1-digit action
0 = No response
1 = Close for 2 seconds
2 = Close and stay closed
3 = Pulse on and off
[*] = Continue
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*80 Device Programming
C 2
C02
START EVENT TYPE
d 1
d01
START ZONE LIST
Start Event Type
Enter the 1 – digit start event type
0 = Not used
3 = Trouble
1 = Alarm
[*] = Continue
2 = Fault
Start Zone List
Enter the 1– digit zone list number, 1-3, or 0
if not used;
[*] = Continue
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*80 Device Programming
E 00
E00
START ZONE TYPE
F 0
F00
STOP ZONE LIST
1A22
1A22
STOP ZONE TYPE
Start Zone Type
Enter the 2-digit start zone type
[*] = Continue
Stop Zone List
Enter the 1-digit zone list number, 1-3, or 0
if not used
[*] = Continue
Stop Zone Type
Enter the 2-digit stop zone type
[*] = Return to Device Number prompt (A)
A02
A02
DEVICE NUMBER
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*81 Zone List Programming
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81
ZONE LISTS MENU
A01
A01
ZONE LIST NUMBER
b28
b28
ZN ENTRY TO LIST
Zone List Programming
0 = Exit mode
1 = Enter mode
Zone List Number
Enter the 2-digit zone list number (01-03)
[*] = Continue;
00 = Exit mode
Zone Entry To List
Enter the 2-digit zone number
[*] = Accept zone number and enter the next zone number
00 = Accept zone number and continue to next prompt
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*81 Zone List Programming
C
C
DEL WHOLE ZN LST
d
d
DEL 1 ZN FRM LST
E
E00
DELETE ZONES
Delete Entire Zone List?
0 = Don’t delete; continue to next prompt
1 = Delete the current zone list
Delete Specific Zones from List?
0 = Don’t delete; continue to next zone list number
1 = Continue to delete zones prompt
Delete Zones
Enter the 2-digit zone number to be deleted
[*] = Delete zone
00 = Return to next zone list number
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Review Quiz
•How do we view what is in a standard programming location?
•How do we enter data in standard programming location?
•What programming mode do we use to program in wireless
transmitters?
•Does the LynxR-EN have an event log?
•Will the system report in Contact ID with an AlarmNet Communicator?
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