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Page 2: Table Of Contents

Table of Contents Conventions Used in This Manual . iii New Features of Version 4 . iv Section 1 – Introduction . 1–1 Section 2 – System Overview. 2–1 General . 2–1 Partitions. 2–1 Zone . 2–2 Keypads . 2–3 Users. 2–3 Section 3 – Programming Mode – LCD Keypad. 3–1 Entry Into Keypad Programming Mode. 3–1 Exit From Programming Mode . 3–1 Section 4 – Function Keys . 4–1.

Page 3: Conventions Used In This Manual

Conventions Used in This Manual Before you begin using this manual, it is important that you understand the meaning of the following symbols (icons). These notes include specific information that must be followed if you are installing this system for a UL Listed application.

New Features of Version 4 The following new features have been added to the system in Version 4: Common keypad showing armed status – If selected, entering # 0 User Code # will change the keypad to a status keypad and display the armed status of each partition (Question 53). Auto arming by day by partition – If selected, the day and time can be set for auto arming of each partition (Question 34).

Functions such as user code modification can be performed through keypad entry without the need to enter the keypad programming mode. This manual covers the models XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 control panels. The XL-4 is a Household Burglary and Fire system, the XL-4B is the Commercial Burglary system, and the XL-5 is a larger Burglary and Fire system.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 1–2.

Page 7: System Overview

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Additionally, partition 8 is a common partition. All zones that are to be considered in the common partition must be programmed to partition 8 and all zones in partition 8 must be ready to arm or the last partition to arm in the system will not arm.

Page 9: Section 2 – System Overview

Additional keypads must be first enabled in programming prior to connecting them. Users Unlike zones and keypads, each of the 64 (XL-4 and XL-4B) or 128 (XL-5) users can be assigned to multiple partitions (programming question #028). Also, users can be enabled to send Opening/Closing signals to the CS by partition (programming question #029).

Page 10: Zone

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 USER AUTH. USER MASTER USER NUMBER USER PART. ASSIGNMENT LEVEL PART. Y Y Y N N N N N Y Y Y N N N N N Y Y Y N N N N N.

Section 2 – System Overview 3. Assume Zone 5 is the Main Entrance Door and code this zone as EXIT/ENTRY. (The Entry/Exit Delay for this zone must be adequate for the user to enter the main door, pass through the lobby, and enter their office to disarm the system from their keypad.) 4.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 2–6.

Page 13: Entry Into Keypad Programming Mode

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 3–2.

Page 15: Function Keys

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 FORWARD key will advance the cursor to the right by one position. If the display contains multiple Yes/No questions then the forward key will move the cursor to the next slot on the display.

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XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 5–2.

Page 19: General

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 EXAMPLE: SHIFT NEXT QUESTION 003 After depressing the SHIFT key followed by the NEXT QUESTION key the following display will appear: DIRECT ACC. MODE ENTER QUES.#_ Enter 0 0 3. This will obtain question number 003 as follows;.

ZONE DEFINITION [Questions 142 – 172] The XL-4 and XL-4B contains eight to sixteen hardwired zones and up to 64 multiplex zones while the XL-5 contains eight to sixteen hardwired zones and up to 120 multiplex zones. The zones are fully programmable and the zone definitions are used to customize the zones to suit your needs.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 AUTO-DUMP PARAMETERS [Questions 184 – 194] One feature of the system is the capability to transmit a log of system activity to a local or remote serial printer. These questions define the frequency of this transmission (daily, weekly, and monthly) along with text to identify each account.

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XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Telephone Number Entry All phone number should be entered with any area codes or access characters needed to dial the telephone number from the control panel location. The valid digits for all phone numbers are 0- 9,B, C, or D.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Primary Central Station Receiver 003 CS1 PH. # The system can transmit digital alarm signals to two separate Central Station numbers. Enter the complete telephone number of the primary Central Station receiver line. The telephone number should be entered with the correct area code or access control digits necessary to dial the Central Station receiver from the panel location.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 40P 1400 PART EX 40 Pulses Per Second, 1400 Hz handshake, Partial Extended 40P 2300 PART EX 40 Pulses Per Second, 2300 Hz handshake, Partial Extended Use the 0 key to toggle through the available choices.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions A = Alarm Type (Burglary, Fire, etc.) ZZ = Zone number (in Hexadecimal) S = Signal Type (Bypass, Restore, Trouble, etc.) Select the required handshake frequency: 1400HZ or 2300HZ. 4×2 Express DTMF format transmitting a four-digit account number followed by a two-digit event code. Example: 1234 35 This format requires a High/Low handshake frequency from the CS receiver.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 PID Event Codes When using ADEMCO PID format, the control panel sends dedicated PID event codes. The following table lists the PID Event Codes. Table 1 – PID Event Codes.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions EVENT PID EVENT CODE ZONE/POINT/USER # Low Battery Reports programmed 3 digit in Low Battery Dedicated Code, not programmable; sends ID Code from question #95 302 “Low System Battery” System Error Dedicated Code, not Reports programmed 3 digit in System Error programmable;.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 FIRST DIGIT OF EVENT SECOND DIGIT OF EVENT CODE EVENT CODE Abort Quest. #086, Abort Quest. #027, User CS Code; program as 000- Code; program as 0-F 015: reports as 0-F Cancel Quest.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions CS#1 Account Size 005 CS1 ACC SIZE 4 DIGIT ACC This question indicates whether a three or four digit account number will be transmitted to CS#1. If a three-digit account number is selected then any fourth digit will be ignored. Depression of the 0 key will toggle between 3 and 4-digit account number.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 To erase an entire existing telephone number, position the cursor at the first digit and depress the SHIFT ( ) key followed by the 8 key. See the Callback Number for a full explanation of telephone number entry.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions CS#2 Account Size 010 CS2 ACC SIZE 4 DIGIT ACC This question indicates whether a three or four digit account number will be transmitted to CS#2. Depression of the 0 key will toggle between 3 and 4-digit account size. If a three-digit account number is selected then any fourth digit will be ignored.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Special care should be made whenever changing the installer code value since subsequent keypad programming sessions will require the code entered. Dialing Type 014 DIAL TONE Selects the method that this control panel will use to dial the Central Station and is common to both Central Station phone numbers.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Remote Disarm Enable 018 REM DISARM Indicates whether this panel can be disarmed remotely through the EZ-MATE PC Based Downloader. This question provides an additional layer of security for remote operations. This question will be skipped if the answer to the Remote Operations question 17 is NO. If the system is programmed for transmission of closing signals then the signal will be sent after completion of the downloading session.

Page 36: User Definition

This option must be programmed as "NO" for UL Listed Systems. User Definition The XL-4 and XL-5 control panels contain up to 64 user codes while the XL-5 contains up to 128 user codes. Each user has a unique four-digit user code, an authorization code, partition assignments, open/close assignments, and a master partition.

(System Attributes). The XL-4 and XL-4B can contain up to 64 different users while the XL-5 can contain up to 128 different users. The user numbers range from 001 to 065 for the XL-4 and XL-4B. The user numbers range from 001 to 128 for the XL- User Authorization Level.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 If transmitting in the Point ID Format then enter the exact value you wish to transmit for the user code. Since the default value is the physical user number then the default value may be sufficient (example, user number 62 will appear at the receiver as 062).

Page 39: System Attributes

64 multiplex points (XL-4 and XL-4B) or 120 multiplex points (XL-5), using a two wire multiplex bus. The multiplex zones are known as 9 – 72 (XL-4 and XL-4B) or 9 – 128 (XL-5). The MUX EXPAND 1 option will scan the multiplex bus upon reset and will find the active points connected to the bus.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 If any of the expander modules are defined within this question then the module must be connected to the control panel. External Relay Modules 032 XTRIG MODE This question selects if a XL-4705 relay module is connected to the control panel. Press the 0 key to toggle between the available choices.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions The clock must be set prior to entering an auto-arming schedule. If the clock is not already set, refer to the Quick Commands section of the Installation and Setup Guide. 3. Press 2. The keypad will display: Su Autoarm HR 12:00 a Part 1 The Part number will be the partition number the keypad is enabled in.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 CS#1 & CS#2 Both receivers always CS#1 BU CS#2 CS#1 backed up by CS#2 CS#2 BU CS#1 CS#2 backed up by CS#1 NONE No Test transmissions Press the 0 key to toggle through the available choices.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Test Time – Minute 039 TEST TIME MN 00 (00 – 59) Enter the minute within the hour, for transmission of a system test signal. Download Reporting Path 040 DOWN PATH NONE Specifies the Central Station transmission path for a signal confirming a system download. This signal will be sent upon any valid remote communications connection with the control panel.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Bypass Transmission Type 043 XMIT BYPASS ON BYPASS Specifies when bypasses are transmitted to the Central Station. The options are: ON BYPASS Transmit at time of bypass ON ARMING Transmit upon system arming Bypassing can be enabled or disabled by zone.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Bell Ringback At Closing 047 BELL RBAK Indicates whether there will be a bell ringback at closing. If YES then the bell (relay 1) will pulse several times indicating a successful closing signal to the Central Station. If the system is partitioned then this can occur for each of the partitions.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 In UL Listed systems this option must be "NO". Press the 0 key to toggle between the available choices. Restores To Follow Loop 051 RES FOL LOOP Indicates whether all restore signals are to follow the loop or after bell cutoff. If NO then restores occur after the bell cutoff period and the loop has returned to the normal condition, or if the system is disarmed after alarm and the zone is not recycled.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Enable Quick Arming 054 QUICK ARM Indicates whether the quick arming command [ # 1 ] will be available to users of the system. This enable is system-wide in a multi-partitioned system. Quick arming will transmit the CLOSE code, if programmed, along with the first user number defined for the partition if the transmission format sends a user code.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Enable Keypad Zone Directory 057 ZONE DIR The system has a user initiated keypad function (LCD keypads only) which can scroll through the zone descriptions for all zones assigned to the partition ( # 4 ). This question enables or disables the keypad directory function.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions TO DISARM Only multiple partition disarming is permitted. TO ARM Only multiple partition arming is permitted. 7 Digit User Code 062 USER# + CODE The control panel can be operated with either a four or seven digit user code. This question indicates whether the user code required throughout the system will be the 4 digit user code or the User # followed by the user code (seven digit).

Page 50: System Timing

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 question must be answered correctly based on the input power in order to insure an accurate system time clock. The standard value for the US is 60Hz. In UL Listed systems this option must be 60Hz.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions This shall not exceed 60 seconds in UL Listed systems. Exit Delay #2 070 EXIT DL2 15S 04 (00-15) Specifies the exit delay in 15-second increments. The exit delay can be defined from 0 to 14 fifteen-second intervals, with 15 indicating an infinite exit delay.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 A value of 00 indicates that AC failure should be sent immediately, while a value of 15 indicates that AC loss should never be sent. Default value = 2 (30 minutes).

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Cutoff Timer #3 078 TIMEOUT3 3MN 02 (00-15) The control panel contains three different bell cutoff times that can be selected for the alarm and trouble types. Enter the duration of timeout #3 in three minute intervals. The cutoff time selected for the alarm bell in residential applications shall be a 4-minute minimum.

Page 54: System Function Codes

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 burglary zones that have been defined with lockout enabled. Dialer lockout does not effect the bell activation. Default = 15 (None). If multiplex capability is present then the global lockout counter will be used to determine the number of individual point supervision faults that will lock out the dialer.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions enabled in. The even zone will display the previous odd zone number and/or description. For example, if Zone 10 is violated, armed, or disarmed, it will display zone 9 tamper. NOTE: If this feature is enabled, then the total zone capacity of the system will be reduced by one-half (for example, a 128 zone system becomes 64 zones plus 64 tampers).

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 For PID formats the code transmitted will be 402 with the new event indication. Closing Code 088 CLOSE CODE ( 0 – F ) Indicates the reporting code for a closing. If the system is partitioned then the account number transmitted to the Central station will depend on the partition where the closing occurred.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions CS Test Code 092 CS TEST CODE ( 0 – F ) Indicates the reporting code for a system test. The specific type of system test (12 hour , 24 hour or weekly) and the time of system test are defined in questions 037 – 039. Test signals will be transmitted based on the path defined in question 036.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Download Code 097 DOWN CODE The EZ-MATE Downloading software can transmit database information from the Alarm Company to the control panel. Upon completion of a communications session (upload/download or remote commands) the panel can transmit a signal to the Central Station receiver to verify that a downloading has taken place.

Page 59: Alarm Types

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions 24 Hour – System Error 104 24HR SYS ERR Indicates whether the buzzer should be activated if the system is armed and a system error condition exists. Trouble Type – AC Loss 105 TR T AC LOSS (1-4) Indicates the Trouble Type used upon sensing an AC loss.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Alarm Type Description 109 DESCR ATxx __________ The Alarm Type descriptions are used to provide English language prompts on the face of the LCD keypad. The descriptions are not transmitted to the Central Station.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions For Openings, Closings, Troubles etc. 123 A AAA Z where: A = Alarm type CS Code (defined in this question) and Z is the CS code contained in the zone definition (question 145). The partial extended format transmits a single round signal for alarm conditions and an expanded message for system conditions such as openings, closings, troubles etc.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Bell Delay 113 BELL DL ATxx Indicates whether this alarm type should use the system bell delay. If YES then the delay time will be the duration indicated in the System Timing question (067). The type of bell output is selected in question #121 (Relay 1 Select).

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions The control panel contains a priority structure in the event that multiple alarms occur at the same time. 01=Highest priority, 16=lowest. For UL Listed systems the priorities assigned must use the following order 1.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Relay 2 Select 122 RELAY 2 ATxx NONE Indicates the action taken for this alarm type on relay #2. If smoke reset verification function is being utilized within the system then relay #2 will be dedicated to this application and the relay type should be NONE.

Page 65: Trouble Types

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions External Relay Address 4 126 XTRIG 4 ATxx xx (00-40) Selects a relay in the XL-4705 relay module for this alarm type. The number entered represents the address as set on the dip switch in the XL-4705 relay module. (00 =Disable, over 40 is invalid.) External Momentary Relays 127 MOM TRG ATxx.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Troubles, on the other hand, are latched conditions and require entry of a valid user code or the reset function to clear. In addition troubles can be defined to transmit signals to the Central Station, and activate on-board relays or triggers much like an alarm condition.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions this code is not used. The only code is the respective CS code, ex: zone CS code, low batt code, etc. The following examples are provided for the different formats for transmissions of alarm conditions: POINT ID FORMAT Not Applicable.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 FBI Superfast Format 4x3x1 1234 TZZT where: T = Trouble type CS code and Z is the decimal equivalent (00-16) of the zone CS code (question #145). Trouble Type Restore Code.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Priority Selection 137 PRIOR TR x _ (0 -F) Indicates the processing priority for this trouble condition relative to other events for dialing purposes. 0 = Highest priority, F = Lowest priority. Trouble Type Momentary Triggers 138 MOM TRG TR x NNNNNNNN Indicates which of the voltage level triggers will be activated for a momentary time duration.

Page 70: Zone Definition

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Trouble Type Relay 2 Select 141 RELAY 2 TR x NONE Indicates the action taken for this Trouble Type on relay #2. Relay #2 is typically used for smoke detector reset as defined in question 049. If smoke detector reset from the control panel is not utilized and no zones are programmed for “Fire – Smoke”.

An active point on the multiplex buss will be any point (zone 9 – 72 for XL-4 or 9 – 128 for XL-5) which contains any condition that will cause either an alarm or trouble condition on open or short. Also, the point must be connected for it to be an active zone.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 KEYSWITCH – This type will be used for a keyswitch arming. If Keyswitch is selected, the question 156 (Zone 24 Hour Alarm) must be set to YES. FIRE – PULL STATION and KEYSWITCH zone types are not permitted in UL Listed systems.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions STANDARD Example: 123 Z where: Z = Zone CS code The value entered for the Alarm Type CS code will not be used. Enter the desired zone CS code in decimal format. For example to transmit a code of 3 enter 003. If your receiver supports reporting digits in hex, and you wish to transmit a hexadecimal code, then enter the decimal equivalent (example B = 011).

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Zone PID Type (PID Format) 146 CS PID ZNxxx ___ 001 – 422 This question only applies when using the ADEMCO PID format. The Point ID format transmits an event code value known as the PID code. This identifies the type of condition being reported from the zone.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions You must use the left loop on a 2-point module before you can use the right loop. If you have not used the left loop, then the right loop can not be enabled.. Zone Bypass Enable 148 EN BYP Zxxx Indicates whether this zone is bypassable.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 For example, if the location has a window that they normally leave open, this option will allow system arming even if the window is open. If the zone is faulted at the time of arming it will be bypassed.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions For UL Listed systems this shall be programmed as "YES". POINT ID FORMAT – RESTORES Restores will be transmitted as follows: SSSS 18 3XYZ GG CCC where: SSSS = Account Number 18 = Point ID Format Code (Fixed) 3 = Indicates a new restore XYZ = PID Event Code (Question 146) GG = Group (partition number 01 – 08)

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Partition Selection 155 PART Zxxx _ (1-8) Indicates the partition assignment for this zone. Each zone can be defined to only one partition. If the panel has been setup as a single partition then all zones should be assigned to partition number 1.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Zone Alarm Type 158 AL TYPE Zxxx __ (01-16) Specifies the Alarm Type for this zone. The Alarm Type defines the conditions that should occur when this zone goes into alarm. The alarm types are described as questions 108 – 128. Zone Trouble Type 159 TRB TYP Zxxx _ (1-8)

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Press the 0 key to toggle through the available choices. Zone Trouble On Short 163 TR SHRT Zxxx Indicates whether this zone activates a trouble condition on a short circuit. This question will depend on the sensing characteristics of the device connected to this zone.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Zone Buzzer On Trouble 168 TRB BUZ Zxxx Indicates whether the keypad buzzer (sounder) will be active upon a trouble condition. If YES the trouble buzzer will be activated at all keypads within the partition where this zone has been defined.

Page 82: Keypad Conditions

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Zone Pulse Count Number 172 # PULSE Zxxx __ (00-15) Enter the number of transitions or pulses that are required for this zone within the time period defined above to activate an alarm condition. A value of 00 indicates that the each transition triggers an alarm condition.

Page 83: Partitions

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Keypad PID Code 175 CS PID KP#x ___ 000 – 422 If either of the CS formats selected is PID (point ID) format then enter the event code to be transmitted for this keypad condition. Consult the PID Event Codes table (see question number 139) for the valid event codes.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Keypad Assignment Partition KPAD PART x NNNNNNNNYNNNNNNN Enter the keypad assignment for the partition number indicated by x. To access each of the sixteen keypads within the partition use the FORWARD (INSTANT) and BACKWARD (CODE) keys and the TOGGLE (0) key will change the Yes/No status of each keypad.

Page 85: Auto Dump Parameters

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions The account numbers can be up to four digits. If a three-digit account number is desired then enter XXXb, where XXX is the desired three-digit account number followed by a blank (depression of the SHIFT key followed by the 8). If the partition should not report to CS#2 then enter a blank account number.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 The Auto Dump feature has not been tested by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Auto Dump Type 184 AUTO DUMP NONE This question selects the type of auto dump (both remotely and locally). The options include.

Section 8 – LCD Keypad Programming Questions Auto Dump Account Number 190 AUTO DMP ACC 0000 Enter a four-digit account number that will be sent whenever this account transmits system log information. This account number is for reference purposes only and will be printed at the top of the remote report for identification purposes.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 8–66.

Page 89: System Defaults

Page 90: System Attributes, System Timing, System Function Codes

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Y N N N N N N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N N N N N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y.

Section 9 – System Defaults 097 Download Funct. Code 103 24 Hour Low Battery 098 Download CS. Code 104 24 Hour System Error 099 Buzzer on AC Loss 105 Trouble Type AC Failure 100 Buzzer on Low Battery 106 Trouble Type Low Battery 101 Buzzer on System Error 107 Trouble Type System Error 102 24 Hour AC Trouble.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Zone Attributes 142 Select Zone Number. Valid zone numbers are 001 to 72 for the XL-4 and XL4B and 001 to 128 for the XL-5. 142 Zone 143 Zone Type.

Page 93: Section 9 – System Defaults

Section 9 – System Defaults 142 Zone 145 CS Code 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 146 PID Type Code 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 131 147 Right Loop N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 148 Enable Bypass.

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Partition Information 179 Partition Selection (1 – 8) Keypad Assignment Partition Description CS#1 ACCT # CS#2 ACCT # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.

Page 95: Cs Communications

Page 96: Zone Attributes

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 ALARM TYPES ZONE ATTRIBUTES KEYPAD COND. 108 Select Alarm Type 142 Select Zone Number 173 Select Keypad Function # 109 Description 143 Zone Type 174 CS Code 110 CS Code.

Page 98: Partition Information

XL-4, XL-4B, and XL-5 LCD Keypad Programming Manual Version 4 Question Selection Modes AC Loss ID Code . 8–35 Direct Method . 6–1 Buzzer. 8–36 General . 6–1 Bypass Code . 8–33 Sequential Method . 6–1 Bypass Restore Code. 8–33 System Attributes Cancel Code. 8–34 Programming .

Index Arm Faulted . 8–53 Zone Buzzer On Trouble. 8–59 Auto Bypass Option . 8–53 Zone Bypass Enable. 8–53 CS Bypass. 8–58 Zone Chime Enable. 8–59 CS Reporting Code. 8–50 Zone CS Restore Enable . 8–54 Force Arm Faulted . 8–53 Zone Description . 8–50 Group Enable .

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