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****** Page 2 ****** The Go!ControI Security System Congratulations on your ownership of a Go!Control Security System! This wireless system offers protection for your property against burglary, protection for yourself and family with 24-hour emergency monitoring, and optionally fire detection for your home. The heart of the system is the Control Panel. It receives the wireless radio signals from remote system “sensors” that monitor doors, windows, motion detectors, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and panic buttons. The Control Panel processes these signals and controls the alarm siren. The system can communicate to an alarm monitoring “Central Station” over the regular telephone network and optionally over the cellular telephone network to report violations, alarms, and system status. The Control Panel is operated using its color touch screen display that shows easy-to-identity buttons and icons. The system can be armed or disarmed directly at the Control Panel, or by using optional key fob remote controls, remotely over the telephone, or over the Internet with Web access (if enabled by your installer). The Control Panel displays helpful information regarding the system and sensor status, system and alarm history, and trouble alerts. Being fully “supervised’,’ the Go!Control Security System continuously monitors itself and its sensors. If an issue occurs, such as a low sensor battery, the trouble alert will be displayed and logged by the Control Panel and optionally reported to the Central Monitoring Station. This way, the trouble can be addressed and corrected promptly, maintaining the integrity of the system. With the system’s built-in Z-Wave home automation capability, you can control your Z-Wave enabled household appliances and door locks from the Control Panel or remotely from a PC and the Internet from anywhere in the world… even through your cell phone! (This is an optional feature, check with your security professional for availability with your system.) Many insurance companies offer discounts on homeowners and renters policies when a security system is installed. Discount credits vary with different companies and generally increase in savings with an increase in the level of protection. Ask your insurance agent about savings available to you.

****** Page 3 ****** Table of Contents System Overview….. .2 Features .2 General Operation . .3 . …. ….23 Sensor Types. Fire Protection…. Burglary Protection User Codes.. Alarms.. Messages…. Trouble Alerts.. Control Panel Features Wireless Sensors.. Main Display Screens Home Screen .6 Security Screen .6 Arming Screen Status Screen . .6 Burglary Protection… .8 . . .10 . . .12 . . .14 Disarming from Stay Mode 14 Disarming from Away Mode…. 14 .43 . . …. ….. .20 . .. .21 ….. .22 ….. …50 .23 General Information…. ….. ….. ….. …….. Menu Screen …………………………..6 Operating the System Sensor Status 2 3 3 3 3 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 Test Mode Icon. …………………………23 Remote Installer Access Icon . Radio Modem Icon. Interior Sensor Open Icon Messaging System Messages Displayina Messages Readlng *Messages , Reading Confidential Messages. Filtering Messages.. Sorting Messages Remote Control by Telephone . Telephone Remote Calling the System Remote Control Bypassing Sensors System Toolbox User Management . User Code Setup… Adding a User Code . User Code Access Schedules Adding or Editing User Access Schedules.. Checking that All Sensors are Closed Viewing Each Senso€s Status 8 Sensor Bypassing …u.. Force Bypassing Sensors Manual Bypassing or On-bypassing Sensors 9 Stay Mode Entry Delay in Stay Mode Quick Exit in Stay Mode. Silent Control in Stay Mode. Arming to Stay Mode . Away Mode . Exit and Entry Delays in Away Mode. Exit Delay Restart Silent Control in Away Mode.. Quick Exit in Away Mode…. ….. … Auto Stay Mode…. Arming to Away Mode…. Disarming the System Ifa Burglary Alarm Occurs. ………………..15 Burglary Alarm Siren . Alarm Memory. Optional 2-Way Voice Communications … Key Fob Arming and Disarming ……………..16 Key Fob Arming to Stay Mode . Key Fob Arming to Away Mode Key Fob Disarming 16 Key Fob Emergency Key Fob Auxiliary.. Wireless Keypad Arming and Disarming … ….. .17 Wireless Keypad Arming to Stay Mode . Wireless Keypad Arming to Away Mode .. Wireless Keypad Disarming Wireless Keypad Fire Emergency . Wireless Keypad Police Emergency ….. Fire Protection Fire Alarm System .. Manual Fire Alarm Automatic Fire Alarm . Silencing a False Fire Alarm Recommended Smoke Detector Locations …… .19 Emergency Evacuation Plan.. . Emergency Functions. 24-HourEmergency Buttons 21 Fire…. Emergency…. 21 System Trouble Alerts Trouble Alert Icon. ……………………….22 Nighttime Trouble Alert Holdoff.. System Status Icons AC Power Icon Phone Line Failure Icon. … …. Backup Battery Status Icon .23 10 10 10 11 12 12 12 12 12 13 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 17 18 . .18 18 18 18 21 21 22 23 . .23 Key Fob Disarm After Alarm Sound. Exit Delay Restart… Cancel Time…. Cancel Display Dialer Delay.. 2-WayVoice Telephone Remote Control Answer.. Regulatory Information Wireless Product Notice…. ….. …… FCC Part 15 FCC Telephone Rules and Regulations .. FCC Notice Industry Canada Notice (for Canadian users)… Service Information.. Important Power Supply Notice Important Notice. Alarm System Limitations. . Limited Warranty Index. . .23 . .23 24 .. . . . . .24 . .24 24 25 . .25 . .25 26 . .26 26 27 27 28 . .28 28 28 29 29 Recurring User Access Schedule 30 Single Date User Access Schedule. 30 Date Range User Access Schedule…. 31 Deleting User Access Schedules.. 31 Changing a User Code . 32 Deleting a User Code . 32 Duress User Code.. 33 Setting the Duress User Code.. 33 Secret Duress Button. 33 System History .34 System Test. . .35 Sensor Test.. 35 Panel Test. 35 Telephone Test . .36 Cell Phone Test. . .37 Chime Options .38 Brightness/ Volume…. .39 Backlight Tlmeout… . .39 Display Cleaning. .40 Touch Screen Calibration .40 Set Date and Tme . .41 Display Version…. . .41 Installer Set Options.. 42 Siren Run Tlme . .42 Fire Horn Run Time. Exit Delay.. .42 Entry Delays . .42 24-Hour Emergency Functions. .43 Quick Arming…. 43 Quick Bypass . . .43 Quick Exit. Auto Un-bypass . .43 Auto Stay. . .43 Key Fob Arm/Disarm Sound . .44 .44 .45 .45 .45 46 .46 .46 .48 49 .49 50 51 52 .44 .45 .46 .47

****** Page 4 ****** System Overview General Information This system provides three forms of protection: burglary, fire, and emergency, depending on the options set by the installer. The system consists of the Control Panel with a color touch screen, wireless sensors that provide perimeter and interior burglary protection, and wireless smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. In addition, optional remote control key fobs, wireless panic pendants, and wireless keypads may have been provided or installed. The system monitors all protection “zones” and the system’s status. It will display monitoring information and control the alarm siren. Your system may also have been setup to send alarm and status reports to a Central Monitoring Station and has the capability for 2-way voice communications with the alarm monitoring operator. Features Following is a list of standard features and options that can be included in your system. Ask your installer which options are available to you and check the boxes that apply. STAY and AWAY arming modes. Stay Mode arms the system perimeter only and is used typically at night when the premises are occupied. Away Mode arms the system perimeter andinterior; it’s used when the premises are unoccupied. Eight user-unique 4-digit codes to operate the system. The system supports one “Master User Code” that can assign and maintain the other seven User Codes. One of the eight User Codes functions as a Duress User Code. Controlling the system with this code gives the appearance of normal operation, but using it secretly sends a “duress” report to the Central Monitoring Station to initiate a silent alarm call for help. Voice announcements from the Control Panel. The system has a large vocabulary of descriptive words that can be assigned to sensors so each will have a unique announcement such as “front door” or “baby’s room window” if desired. Home automation with the built-in Z-Wave controller for remote controlling Z-Wave enabled home appliances (optional feature). ./ Alarm history with system event log. Each alarm and system alert is logged into the system’s memory. These events can be displayed and reviewed at the Control Panel or remotely by the Central Monitoring Station. ./ Real time clock and calendar shows on the system’s display and is used to time stamp items in the event log. 2-way voice communication. After an alarm, the system can automatically connect with a Central Station operator so they can converse with people in the premises. Remote control of the system over the telephone. Remote control of the system using a Web-enabled device through the Internet (requires GSM cellular radio option). Three optional 24-hour emergency functions: PANIC, FIRE and EMERGENCY. These functions can be activated by buttons on the Control Panel, using wireless sensors, from the wireless keypad, or from portable pendant devices.

****** Page 5 ****** System Overview General Operation Following are general operational concepts that your system supports. Understanding these concepts will help you to use your security system to it fullest extent. Sensor Types The system’s wireless sensors have been assigned to selected “types” (sometimes called “zones” in the alarm industry). The sensor type determines how and when the system will react to a signal from the sensor. Some sensors are armed 24 hours a day, other sensors are only armed when the system is armed. Fire Protection If fire protection wireless smoke detectors have been installed in your system, they are armed 24 hours-a-day. They will sound an alarm when smoke is detected and can report the fire alarm to the Central Monitoring Station. Refer to the Fire Alarm System section of this manual for important emergency planning and evacuation information. Burglary Protection Burglary protection is provided by perimeter and interior sensors. When the system is armed in the Away Mode, both perimeter and interior sensors are armed and can trigger an alarm. When the system is armed in the Stay Mode, only the perimeter sensors are armed and can trigger an alarm. Both arming modes offer an “Exit Delay” that allows time to leave the premises without triggering the alarm. Upon re-entry, the system offers an “Entry Delay” through certain points of protection that allows you time to disarm the system before an alarm is triggered. Sensors can be set to sound a chime and/or a voice announcement when they are triggered. So you can monitor your doors and windows while the system is disarmed. User Codes The system installer has pre-programmed a Master User Code for your system. This code can be used to control the system as well as assign and change the other seven User Codes. The Master User Code can also access several system setup settings in the User Toolbox. Alarms When an alarm occurs, the Control Panel’s siren and an external siren (if installed) will sound for a preset time. During alarms and after disarming, the alarm history button will display all the alarms that have occurred, and which sensors were involved. The alarm history clears the next time the system is armed or can be cleared manually. Messages Your security system supports receiving messages from the Central Monitoring Station. The messages can be about system upgrades, additional services, special regional weather alerts, etc. Trouble Alerts The system monitors itself for abnormal operating conditions and will alert you if trouble is detected. Trouble conditions can be reported to the Central Monitoring Station.

****** Page 6 ****** Control Panel Features ALARM SOUNDER AND SPEAKER Sounds all system local alarms, voice prompts, system sounds, and audio for 2-way voice communications with the Central Station Go control COLOR DISPLAY WITH TOUCH SCREEN Shows all system information, status, programming, and functions as the keypad Display cycles clock, calendar, and weather (press to manually change) MICROPHONE For voice communication with the Central Station EMERGENCY EMERGENCY BUTTON / INDICATOR Lights WHITE when enabled for emergency alarms Blinks WHITE during emergency alarm HOME HOME o 2GlG-CP2 BUTTON / INDICATOR Lights GREEN when ALL sensors are closed (ready to arm) Sensor Status ………….> Not lit when ANY sensor is open (not ready to arm) Arming Status-…….> Lights RED while system is armed Blinks RED during the Entry Delay Blinks RED during an alarm Alarm Memory ……………..> Blinks RED after an alarm while system is still armed Indicator flashes during power outages (system on battery backup) Flashes GREEN when ALL sensors are closed (ready to arm) Power Outage ………..> Flashes ORANGE when ANY sensor is open (not ready to arm) Flashes RED while system is armed

****** Page 7 ****** Wireless Sensors Your security system has wireless sensors. Some sensors will be visible, other sensors are hidden inside the door jambs. Depending on your installation, there may be other types of sensors shown below. Be sure your installer shows you all the sensors installed in your system. Door/ Window Sensor Glass Break Sensor Panic Button Remote Wireless Keypad Motion Sensor Smoke Detector Key Fob Remote Wireless Touch Screen Keypa

****** Page 8 ****** Main Display Screens The Control Panel is programmed and operated using the color touch-screen display. The display will show various buttons, indicators, and text to guide and inform you. The top bar on the display shows the current system mode, scrolling text of any pending alerts, and system status icons for AC power, telephone line, and backup battery. Home Screen The Home Screen is the top level screen. It shows the system status with icons to indicate system conditions. It also displays the time and date. The Home Screen has SECURITY, buttons. (Note: Services is a system option for controlling Z-Wave devices, if not active, the button will not be displayed. Refer to the Z-Wave manual for details.) Pressing the @ button on the Control Panel will display the Home Screen. Security Screen The Security Screen shows the system status and offers three buttons for ARM, MENU, and STATUS. It also displays the time and date. If messages, alarm, or trouble alerts are pending, the Security Screen will display buttons indicating the number of pending messages. Arming Screen The Arming Screen is used to arm the security portion of the system. It displays the system status and arming buttons for STAY and AWAY. An option check ENTRY DELAY and a Silent Control button are displayed. Menu Screen The Menu Screen shows the system status and offers buttons for ARM and TOOLBOX. If the emergency option is set, an EMERGENCY button is displayed. Two option check box buttons for CHIME and VOICE are displayed. Status Screen The Status Screen lists system status and any alerts. The date and time of any alerts are listed in the displayed log. One option button for SILENCE is displayed; it stops the voice announcement of the system status. System Ready, Not Armod Tomorrow’s Forecast Silent Control security 41) 2) services Display Off The Home Screen System Ready, Not Armed Silent Control Message Trouble Alert I Tomorrow’s Foroeast Alarm Memory -arm — menu Partly cloudy status The Security Screen Ready to Arm entry delay stay away Silent Control The Arming Screen System Ready, Not Armed toolbox back chime The Menu Screen Status System In Alarm alarms (2), alerts triggered sensors me… Alarnw 12-24-1′ ‘t2:Opm Exit Triggered Zones front door motion sensor, low battery Alerts 12-24-11 12’•upm back silence The Status Screen

****** Page 9 ****** Burglary Protection Operating the System When your system was setup by your installer, wireless sensors were placed to monitor specific doors and windows. The installer selected these doors and windows as likely places where an unlawful intrusion might occur and could be detected. Each sensor was programmed to have the system react in a specific way. Some sensor types such as smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, panic buttons, etc. are always active and can trigger an alarm at any time. Other sensors on protected doors and windows are part of the burglary protection part of the system, and can be turned on or off. Turning on the burglary protection part of the security system is called “Arming the System”. The burglary protection part of the system can be armed in two modes: Stay Mode or Away Mode. Refer to the floor plan below. It shows a typical residential installation and the various types of wireless sensors and their function. FRONT AND SIDE DOOR SENSORS HAVE EXIT/ENTRY DELAY ES PIR LIVING DW DW BED DW GB DW DW ENTRY DW DW KITCHEN co DINING SMKE BED SMKE BATH DEN DW CP – CONTROL PANEL DW DW GB DW – DOOR/WINDOW SENSOR PIR – MOTION DETECTOR SMKE – SMOKE DETECTOR CO – CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR GB – GLASS BREAK SENSOR PAD – WIRELESS KEYPAD ES – EXTERNAL SIREN SIDE AND MAIN GARAGE DOOR SENSORS HAVE EXIT/ENTRY DELAY SMKE PIR DW GARAGE DW PAD DW Example Security System Floor Plan

****** Page 10 ****** Burglary Protection Sensor Status The security system constantly monitors all of the sensors attached to the protected doors and windows in your home or business. The Control Panel knows if each protected door or window is open or closed. The open or closed condition of the protected doors and windows is called the “sensor status”. For maximum security, all the doors and windows on the premises should be closed when leaving the building. In some cases, such as when using the security system for protection when staying at home, it may be desirable to leave some protected doors or windows open. The system uses “bypasses”to resolve the open door or window conditions. Before the system can be armed, all protected doors and windows must be closed or bypassed. Bypasses and their two types are explained in detail on the next page. Checking thatAll Sensors are Closed In most cases, you will be arming the security system with all of the sensor-protected doors and windows closed. The Control Panel provides several easy ways to verify that all the sensor-protected doors and windows are closed before arming the system. The@button will light green when all perimeter sensors are closed.The@button will not be lit if ANY perimeter sensor is open. Open interior sensors do not change this indication. • The SECURITY button on the display’s Home Screen will light green when all perimeter sensors are closed. The SECURITY button will be lit orange if ANY perimeter sensor is open. Open interior sensors do not change this indication. • The ARM button on the displays Security Screen and Menu Screen will light green when all perimeter sensors are closed. If any interior sensors are open (or when any motion detector is triggered), a house icon is displayed on the status bar. The ARM button will be lit orange if ANY perimeter sensor is open. Viewing Each Sensor’s Status The Control Panel will also show you which sensor-protected doors and windows are open. Your installer has programmed descriptive names for each sensor-protected door and window. The Control Panel’s color display will show the names of which door and windows are open. • The top area of the display on the Home, Security, and Menu Screens will list any sensors that are currently open. • Pressing the STATUS button will also display a list of all open sensors along with general system status and alerts. THE STATUS BAR SHOWS THE SYSTEM MODE AND WHAT SENSORS ARE OPEN THE ARM BUTTON ON THE SECURITY AND MENU SCREENS LIGHTS GREEN WHEN ALL PERIMETER SENSORS ARE CLOSED. THE ARM BUTTON WILL LIGHT ORANGE IF ANY PERIMETER SENSOR IS OPEN THE STATUS BAR WILL DISPLAY THE HOUSE ICON IF ANY INTERIOR SENSOR IS OPEN THE HOME BUTTON LIGHTS GREEN WHEN ALL PERIMETER SENSORS ARE CLOSED. THE HOME BUTTON WILL NOT BE LIT IF ANY PERIMETER SENSOR IS OPEN

****** Page 11 ****** Burglary Protection Sensor Bypassing Before the system can be armed, all protected doors and windows must be closed or bypassed. The system uses “bypasses” to resolve open sensors on protected doors or windows before arming the system. When a sensor is bypassed, the system ignores that the door or window is open. There are two types of sensor bypasses available: forced and manual. In some cases (such as when using the security system for protection when staying at home) it may be desirable to leave some sensor-protected doors or windows open. Temporarily bypassing a sensor for this use is called “force bypassing”. Force bypasses are automatically removed when the system is disarmed. Sensor bypassing is also sometimes used when a sensor is requiring service. A sensor’s magnet might be missing, or an external switch contact connected to a sensor might be faulty, causing the sensor to be detected as “open” by the Control Panel. In these conditions, you may need to schedule a service call with your qualified alarm service technician to repair or replace the troubled sensor. If the security system needs to be armed before the sensor can be serviced, the sensor can be “manually bypassed” so the rest of the system can be armed. Depending on programming, manual bypasses can remain in place until they are manually removed. NOTE: Bypassed sensors offer no protection and cannot cause an alarm. Use bypass if you wantto arm yoursystem with one or more sensors open and intentionallyunprotected. Force Bypassing Sensors If any sensors are open when the ARM button is pressed, the Control Panel will display the bypass sensor screen. When the system is disarmed, the force bypassed sensors will be returned to normal. 1. 2. 3. With one or more perimeter sensors open, press ARM from the Security or Menu Screen. Press BYPASS ALL to force bypass the open sensors (including any open interior sensors). Enter a User Code (unless “Quick Bypass” has been set by the installer) to activate the bypass and continue to the Arming Screen. Bypass Fix ot Bypass those son gors. front opon living room window, open back open, bypassed X cancel – bypass all Force Bypass Sensors Screen Manual Bypassing or Un-bypassing Sensors In case one or more perimeter or interior sensors need to be manually bypassed, or have their manual bypass removed, use the following steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. Press MENU, TOOLBOX, then BYPASSED SENSORS. Enter a User Code. Press the individual name of the sensor(s) to bypass or un-bypass the sensor(s). The bypass symbol will display for the manually bypassed sensors. To show only the bypassed sensors, press SHOW BYPASSED ONLY. Press BACK Bypassed Sensors There are 3 bypassed sensors. bypassing back ‘show bypassod Manual Bypass Sensors Screen with Door Bypassed

****** Page 12 ****** Burglary Protection Stay Mode Stay Mode is for arming the system when people will be staying on the premises. Stay Mode arms the sensor-protected perimeter doors and windows while not arming the interior motion sensors or other interior doors. This allows the premises to be occupied while the system is partially armed. Stay Mode is used mostly for arming the system during the evening hours after everyone is inside and no one is expected to enter or leave. When the system is armed in Stay Mode, you can move about the premises without triggering the burglary alarm. All the interior burglary protection is off. But, if a sensor-protected perimeter door or window is opened, an alarm will occur. Entry Delay in Stay Mode Certain sensors, such as the front door, can be setup by your installer to have a delay before triggering an alarm. This provides a way for an authorized person returning to enter using a predetermined door and disarm the system before an alarm is triggered. When arming the system in Stay Mode, an “Entry Delay” option check box is shown on the Control Panel’s Arming Screen. Normally this option check box is checked, so the programmed delay doors allow time for disarming the system after the door is opened. Un-checking this option box removes the delayed alarm trigger from all sensor- protected doors programmed for delay, causing those entrances to instantly trigger the alarm if they are opened in Stay Mode. Quick Exit in Stay Mode A programmable option, called “Quick Exit” may be displayed on the Security Screen while the system is armed in the Stay Mode. Pressing the Quick Exit button starts a timer to allow someone to exit or enter through a sensor-protected door programmed for delaywithout having to disarm the entire system. When the delay timer runs out, the system returns to the normal Stay Mode. The Quick Exit option can be turned on or off by your installer, refer to the “Installer Set Options” section of this manual to see which options have been set for your system. Silent Control in Stay Mode An option for silencing the beeps and announcements is available when arming or disarming the stem in Stay Mode. On the Control Panel’s Home, Security, and Arming Screens, a “Silent Control” button is shown. When arming, pressing this button will silence the Control Panel and it will double the length of the Exit Delay. 10

****** Page 13 ****** Burglary Protection Arming to Stay Mode Use Stay Mode to arm the system when anyone will be staying home. Stay Mode normally has an Entry Delay so someone with a User Code can reænter without causing an alarm. 1. Close all protected perimeter doors and windows before arming. 2. Verify that the@button on the Control Panel is lit green indicating that the system is ready to arm. The SECURITY button and ARM button on the display will also be green when all sensors are closed. NOTE: If you desire to arm the system quietly without sounding any announcements, press the [O button before performing the next steps. 3. 4. 5. 6. From the Security Screen, or the Menu Screen, press ARM • If there are any open perimeter door or window sensors, the Bypass Screen will appear. Close all the sensors displayed or press BYPASS ALL to force bypass the displayed sensors. NOTE: BYPASSED SENSORS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TRIGGER AN ALARM • To bypass sensors, you will need to enter a User Code unless the installer has set the system for “Quick Bypass” On the Arming Screen, one check box option can be used with Stay Mode. • If no one is expected to re-enter, the system can be armed without an Entry Delay. All perimeter doors will trigger the alarm instantly. To arm with all exit/ entry perimeter doors as instant, un-check the ENTRY DELAY option button. Press STAY to arm the system. • To arm the system, you may need to enter a User Code if your installer has turned off the system’s “Ouick Arming” feature. The system will arm and show the Exit Delay counting down. When the Exit Delay expires, the system is fully armed in the Stay Mode. System Ready, Not Armed Tomorrow’s Forecast arm menu Ready to Arm stay X cancel entry delay away Partly cloudy status he Securlty Screen Ready to Arm Entry Delay Checkbox The Arming Screen System Armed (away, no entry delay) Tomorrow’s Forecast disarm = menu away entry delay 41) quick exit Quick Exit X cancel Entry Delay Check Box Button Partly cloudy status Quick Exit Button

****** Page 14 ****** Burglary Protection Away Mode Away Mode is for arming the system when everyone will be leaving the premises. Away Mode arms all sensor-protected perimeter doors and windows, interior motion sensors, interior glass break sensors, and any other sensor-protected interior doors. The premises must be unoccupied while the system is armed. Away Mode is typically used for arming the system during the daytime hours in a residential installation, and non-business hours in a commercial installation. When the system is armed in Away Mode, you cannot move about the premises without triggering the burglary alarm (if the system is installed with interior motion detectors). An alarm will also occur if any sensor-protected door or window is opened or glass breakage is detected (if glass breakage detectors are installed in your system). Exit and Entry Delays in Away Mode Certain sensors, such as the front door, can be setup by your installer to have a delay before triggering an alarm. This provides a way for an authorized person to exit and reenter the premises without triggering an alarm. The “Exit Delay” allows time to leave after arming the system. The “Entry Delay” allows time to disarm the system before an alarm is triggered. When arming the system in Away Mode, an “Entry Delay” option check box is shown on the Control Panel’s Arming Screen. Normally this option check box is checked, so the programmed delay doors allow time for disarming the system after the door is opened. Un-checking this option box removes the delayed alarm trigger from all sensor-protected doors programmed for delay, causing those entrances to instantly trigger the alarm if they are opened in Away Mode. With the Entry Delay disabled, the system will have to be remotely disarmed with a wireless key fob before entering. Exit Delay Restart The Exit Delay Restart* option will extend the Exit Delay one time if you need to re-enter the premises. With the Exit Delay Restart option, re-entering the premises after you have left, but before the Exit Delay timer expires, will restart the Exit Delay timer, giving you the full length of time to leave again. The restart option only works once, each time the system is armed. Silent Control in Away Mode An option for silencing the beeps and announcements is available when arming or disarming the stem in Away Mode. On the Control Panel’s Home, Security, and Arming Screens, a “Silent Control” button is shown. When arming, pressing this button will silence the Control Panel and it will ouble the length of the Exit Delay. Quick Exit in Away Mode A programmable option called “Quick Exit*” may be displayed on the Security Screen while the system is armed in the Away Mode. Pressing the Quick Exit button starts a timer to allow someone to exit or enter through a sensor-protected door programmed for delaywithout having to disarm the entire system. When the delay timer runs out, the system returns to the normal Away Mode. NOTE: If interior sensors are installed in the system in certain areas, do not violate those sensors when using the Quick Exit feature in Away Mode. Auto Stay Mode The system may have been programmed by the installer for “Auto Stay Mode* If this option is on and the system is armed in Away Mode, if an exit/entry delay sensor is not triggered before the Exit Delay expires (no one left the premises), the system automatically arms in Stay Mode instead of Away Mode. * These options can be turned on or off by your installer; refer to the “Installer Set Options” section of this manual to see which options have been set for your system. 12

****** Page 15 ****** Burglary Protection Arming to Away Mode Use the Away Mode to arm the system when everyone will be leaving the home. The Away Mode normally has an Entry Delay so someone with a User Code can re-enter without causing an alarm. Interior and perimeter sensors are armed in the Away Mode. 1. Close all sensor-protected doors and windows before arming. 2. Verify that the@button on the Control Panel is lit green, indicating that the system is ready to arm. The SECURITY button and ARM button on the display will also be green when all perimeter sensors are closed. If the icon is displayed on the status bar, an interior sensor is open, be sure to close or manually bypass the interior sensor(s) or an alarm will occur. NOTE: If you desire to arm the system quietly without sounding any announcements, press the button before performing the nextsteps. When the@button is used, the Exit Delay will be doubled, and the beeps that normally sound during exit will not sound. 3. 4. 5. 6. From the Security Screen, or the Menu Screen, press ARM • If there are any open perimeter door or window sensors, the Bypass Screen will appear. Close all the sensors displayed or press BYPASS ALL to force bypass the displayed sensors. NOTE: BYPASSED SENSORS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TRIGGER AN ALARM. • To bypass sensors, you will need to enter a User Code unless the installer has set the system for “Quick Bypass”. On the Arming Screen, a check box option can be used with Away Mode. • The system can be armed without an Entry Delay. All perimeter doors will trigger the alarm instantly. The system will have to be disarmed with a wireless key fob. To arm with all exit/entry perimeter doors as instant, un-check the ENTRY DELAY option button. Press AWAY. • To arm the system, you may need to enter a User Code if your installer has turned off the system’s “Quick Arming” feature. The system will arm and show the Exit Delay counting down. When the Exit Delay expires, the system is fully armed in the Away Mode. • When the system is armed in the Away Mode, beeps will sound during the Exit Delay (faster beeps during the last 1 0 seconds). System Ready, Not Armed Tomorrow’s Forecast arm menu to Arm stay X cancel entry delay away Partly cloudy status he Securlty Screen Exit Delay Timer & Disarm Button The Arming Screen Fix or Bypass these sensors. front room window, oper’l back open, bypassed X cancel bypass all The Bypass Screen 13

****** Page 16 ****** Burglary Protection Disarming the System To stop the Control Panel from triggering burglary alarms, the system will need to be disarmed. Disarming turns off the burglary detection part of the system for sensors that are not 24-hour sensors. Disarming also stops any type of alarm in process. The system should be disarmed from Stay Mode before exiting the premises. The system should be disarmed from Away Mode before or while entering the premises. When disarming from the Control Panel or wireless keypad, you will need to enter a valid User Code. A wireless key fob can also be used to disarm the system. Entering a User Code is not required when disarming with a wireless key fob. An important feature of the Control Panel is its ability to warn you if an alarm has occurred while you were away. If an alarm was triggered while the system was armed, the alarm siren will run for a preset length of time then stop. When you enter to disarm the system, instead of sounding the normal Entry Delay beeps, the Control Panel will sound repeated fast beeps to warn you that alarm has occurred while you were away. WARNING: WHEN ENTERING THE PREMISES TO DISARM THE SYSTEM, IF YOU HEAR FAST REPEATED BEEPS INSTEAD OF THE NORMAL ENTRY DELAY BEEPS, USE EXTREME CAUTION!!! AN INTRUDER MAY STILL BE PRESENT INSIDE THE BUILDING!!! WAIT OUTSIDE AND USE A CELL PHONE TO CALL A FRIEND, NEIGHBOR, OR LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR ASSISTANCE. System Armed (away, no entry delay) quick exit Tomorrows Forecast disarm menu Partly cloudy Status The Security Screen (System Armed) Disarming from Stay Mode Enter your code to disarm the system. No Events aaa There are no new alerts or alar1TL Tho is secure. Disarm Code Screen The system should be disarmed from Stay Mode before exiting the premises. 1. 2. 3. 4. From the Home Screen, press the SECURITY button. Press for Silent Control. From the Security Screen or the Menu Screen, press DISARM The Disarm Code Screen will display. The left side of the screen shows any events that have occurred while the system was armed. Enter a valid User Code to disarm the system. • In case you press a wrong key, the@ button erases the entire entry. • Press X if you do not want to disarm at this time. Disarming from Away Mode The system should be disarmed from Away Mode while entering the premises. Enter the premises through a designated Entry Delay sensor-protected door. 2. The Disarm Code Screen will display and the Entry Delay beeps will sound. The left side of the screen shows any events that have occurred while the system was armed. 3. Enter a valid User Code to disarm the system. • In case you press a wrong key, the@ button erases the entire entry. 14

****** Page 17 ****** Burglary Protection Ifa BurglaryAlarm Occurs If an armed sensor is tripped while the system is armed in the Stay or Away Mode, an alarm will occur and the siren will sound. Delayed sensors will start the Entry Delay to allow time to disarm the system. Instant sensors trigger the alarm right away. Most sensors will trigger the alarm siren, some sensors may be set to trigger a silent alarm without sounding the siren. Burglary Alarm Siren If there is a burglary alarm tripped while the system is armed, the Control Panel will sound the alarm siren for a preset time (the time can be changed; see the Installer Set Options section of this manual). After the time expires, the siren will stop sounding. The system can also be set by the installer to allow one or two alarm cycles per sensor, per arming period. (Siren sounds are steady for burglary, intermittent horn for fire, and pulsed for CO detection.) Alarm Memory If an alarm has occurred while the system was armed, the Disarm Screen will show the time and date of the alarm and the sensor(s) that triggered the alarm. After the system is disarmed, the Alarm Memory screen will be displayed. The Alarm Memory Screen shows the sensor(s) that have caused the alarm. If more than one sensor has been triggered, the display will show the order that alarms occurred. The alarm memory will automatically clear the next time the system is armed. You can also check the CLEAR ALARM HISTORY button and press 0K to manually clear the alarm memory (24-hour fire and CO sensors that are still violated will remain in alarm memory). Enter your code to disarm the system. Alarms Flre•. sensor 12:33 12-32 12:31 1240 aaa 7 Alarn% The system has new alarrns acknowledged alarrns– Exit / Entry WI front Acknowledged 12-24-11 5:30 am 24-hour Fire: smoke sensor Occurred 12-24-11 7:30 am Interior Follower: living room motion sensor 4 Occurred 12-24-11 7:55 am oar alarm history Alarm Memory Screen Disarm Screen Showing Alarms Anytime there are events stored in alarm memory, the Security Screen will display the @ button. The number on the button is the number of sensors that triggered during the alarm (remains until acknowledged). Press the @ button to view the Alarm Memory Screen. Optional 2-Way Voice Communications System Ready, Not Armed -arm Tomorrows = menu Alarm Memory Button Partly cloudy status Security Screen with Alarm Memory Button 2-way voice communications provides a method for alarm verification and can provide emergency assistance. The Control Panel contains a built-in microphone that can monitor sounds around the area of the Control Panel. The built-in microphone and speaker allows 2-way voice communications with a Central Station operator after an alarm. The operator can converse with people in the premises through the Control Panel’s speaker and microphone. Your installer can set the system to use 2-way voice communications after an alarm and/or after a panic alarm is triggered. NOTE: Ifa panic alarm or sensor is set fora silent alarm, the operator will only be able to listen and not be able to talk. This is for your protection. 15

****** Page 18 ****** Burglary Protection Key Fob Arming and Disarming Your system may be equipped with one or more wireless key fobs. Up to eight key fobs can be used to control the system remotely. Each key fob has four buttons and can perform five functions. A User Code is not required when arming or disarming the system with a wireless key fob. There are several key fob options that can be set by the installer. Check the options that apply. • Have key fob arm without an Entry Delay. Fob#l Fob#3 U Fob#5 u Fob#6 Fob#7 • Allow key fob disarming. Fob#l Fob#3 U Fob#5 u Fob#6 Fob#7 Fob#8 • Enable key fob auxiliary key. Fob#l u Fob#3 Fob#7 Fob#8 • Key fob emergency keys. (Check one emergency function for each key fob.) Function Auxilia Alarm Audible Alarm Silent Panic Alarm Fire Alarm Fob#l Fob#2 Fob#3 Fob#4 Fob#5 Fob#6 Fob#7 Fob Emer en Ke s Disabled Key Fob Arming to Stay Mode • To arm the system to Stay Mode using a key fob, press the (STAY) button. NOTE:lfthere are openperimeterdoorsorwindows, the systemwillnota//owarmingtoStay Mode with a wireless key fob. A1/ open sensors must be bypassed at the Control Pane/ first Key Fob Arming to Away Mode • To arm the system to Away Mode using a key fob, press the (AWAY) button. NOTE: If there are open perimeter doors or windows, the system will not allow arming to Away Mode with a wireless key fob. A1/ open sensor-protected doors and windows must either be closed or bypassed at the Control Panel before arming with a wireless key fob. Key Fob Disarming • To disarm the system from Stay or Away Mode using a key fob, press the a (DISARM) button. (This option must be enabled by the installer.) Key Fob Emergency •To trigger an emergency alarm using a key fob, press the (AWAY) and a (DISARM) buttons at the same time for five seconds. (This option must be enabled by the installer.) NOTE: If an emergencya/armis triggeredbya keyfob, itcannotbe stopped using a keyfob a (DISARM) button. The alarm must be canceled at the Control Panel. Key Fob Auxiliary • To trigger the Control Panel’s auxiliary output, press the * (AUXILIARY) button. • If this feature is used, your auxiliary output controls: 16

****** Page 19 ****** Burglary Protection Wireless Keypad Arming and Disarming Your system may be equipped with one or more wireless keypads. Up to four wireless keypads can be used to control the system remotely from the main Control Panel. Two types of wireless keypads are available. The standard wireless keypad, and the wireless touch screen keypad. The wireless touch screen keypad operates virtually the same as the Control Panel. Use the following instructions for operating the standard wireless keypad. Each standard wireless keypad has buttons for entering User Codes, STAY and AWAY mode buttons, and FIRE and POLICE emergency buttons. Check here if the 24-hour FIRE and POLICE emergency buttons have been enabled by the installer: Standard Wireless Keypad Wireless Touch Screen Keypad Wireless Keypad #1 emergency keys enabled Wireless Keypad #2 emergency keys enabled Wireless Keypad #3 emergency keys enabled Wireless Keypad #4 emergency keys enabled Wireless Keypad Arming to Stay Mode • To arm the system to Stay Mode using a wireless keypad, enter a User Code and press the STAY button. (If Quick Arming has been allowed by the installer, just press the STAY button.) NOTE:lfthere are openperimeterdoorsorwindows, the systemwil/nota/lowarmingtoStay Mode with a wireless keypad. All open sensors must be bypassed at the Control Panel first. Wireless Keypad Arming to Away Mode • To arm the system to Away Mode using a wireless keypad, enter a User Code and press the AWAY button. (If Quick Arming has been allowed by the installer, just press the AWAY button.) NOTE: If there are open perimeter doors or windows, the system will not allow arming to Away Mode with a wireless keypad. All open sensor-protected doors and windows must either be closed or bypassed at the Control Pane/ before arming with a wireless keypad. Wireless Keypad Disarming • To disarm the system from Stay or Away Mode using a wireless keypad, just enter a User Code. Wireless Keypad Fire Emergency • To trigger a emergency fire alarm using a wireless keypad, press the FIRE button for two seconds. (This option must be enabled by the installer.) Wireless Keypad Police Emergency • To trigger a emergency police (panic) alarm using a wireless keypad, press the POLICE button for two seconds. (This option must be enabled by the installer.) 17

****** Page 20 ****** Fire Protection Fire Alarm System Your system may be installed with smoke detectors and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors as part of an overall fire and gas protection system. The fire protection part of the security system is active 24 hours-a-day, offering continuous protection. In the event of a fire or poisonous CO gas emergency, the installed smoke or carbon monoxide detector will automatically activate your security system. A loud, intermittent horn will sound from the Control Panel, and the external sounder will produce an intermittent siren (if an external sounder has been installed). The fire sounder will continue until the fire horn timer expires or until a User Code is entered. Manual Fire Alarm If you become aware of a fire emergency before your detectors sense the problem follow these important steps: 1. Yell FIRE! to alert anyone else around. 2. Go the Control Panel and press the white lighted@ button, then press and hold the FIRE button for at least two seconds. The fire alarm can also be triggered using the FIRE button on a wireless keypad. THE FIRE ALARM WILL SOUND. 3. Evacuate all occupants from the premises and call your local Fire Department from a safe location. Automatic Fire Alarm If your detectors trigger a fire emergency alarm before you sense a problem, and the fire alarm is sounding, follow these steps: 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. If flames and/or smoke are present, yell FIRE! to alert anyone else around. Evacuate all occupants from the premises and call your local Fire Department from a safe location. If no flames or smoke are apparent, investigate the possible causes of the alarm. Go to the Control Panel and enter your User Code to stop the fire sounder. Review the alarm memory to determine which sensor(s) caused the alarm. Go to the sensor(s) and look for the reason the sensor tripped. Correct the condition that caused the detector to sense smoke or CO gas. Silencing a False Fire Alarm If the fire alarm is sounding due to a detector sensing burnt food or some other non-emergency condition, follow these steps to stop the alarm: 1. 2. 3. 4. 18 Silence the fire alarm sounder by entering your User Code. Review the alarm memory to determine which sensor(s) caused the alarm. If the alarm restarts, there may still be smoke in the detector’s sensor. Enter your User Code again to stop the alarm. Fan the detector for 30 seconds to clear the detector’s sensor chamber. After the problem has been corrected check the CLEAR ALARM HISTORY button on the Alarm History Screen and press 0K. (Fire & CO sensors that are still violated cannot be cleared from alarm history until the device returns to normal operation. Carefully inspect the premises for danger if fire or CO sensors remain in alarm.)

****** Page 21 ****** Fire Protection This equipment should be installed in accordance with Chapter 2 of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA 72, (National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269). Printed information describing proper installation, operation, testing, maintenance, evacuation planning, and repair service is to be provided with this equipment. Recommended Smoke Detector Locations The National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Standard #72 recommends the following placement for smoke detectors: Early warning fire detection is best achieved by the installation of fire detection equipment in all rooms and areas of the household. The equipment should be installed as follows: • A smoke detector 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 and excluding crawl spaces and unfinished attics. • In addition, the NFPA recommends that you install smoke detectors in the living room, dining room, bedroom(s), kitchen, hallway(s), finished attics, furnace room, utility and storage rooms, and attached garages. DINING LIVING KITCHEN BEDROOM SMOKE* ALARM BEDROOM LIVING ROOM BASEMENT BED BED HALL ROOM ROOM RECREATION ROOM BEDROOM ROOM A smoke alarm should be located between the sleeping area and the rest of the family living unit DINING KITCHEN BEDROOM O Indicates required smoke alarm @ Indicates optional smoke alarm if door is not provided between Living and Recreation Rooms ROOM SMOKE ALARMS BED ROOM LIVING ROOM HALL BED ROOM DINING ROOM LIVING BEDROOM ROOM In family living units with more than one sleeping area, a smoke BEDROOM alarm should be provided to protect each e BASEMENT A smoke alarm should be located on each story 19

****** Page 22 ****** Fire Protection Emergency Evacuation Plan To establish and regularly practice a plan of escape in the event of fire, the following steps are recommended by the National Fire Protection Association: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 20 Position your detector or your interior and/or exterior sounders so that they can be heard by all occupants. Determine two means of escape from each room. One path of escape should lead to the door that permits normal exit from the building. The other should be an alternate escape, such as a window should your path to that door be impassable. Station an escape ladder at such windows if there is a long drop to the ground. Sketch a floor plan of the building. Show windows, doors, stairs, and rooftops that can be used to escape. Indicate escape routes for each room. Keep these route free from obstructions and post copies of the escape routes in every room. Assure that all bedroom doors are shut while you are asleep. This will prevent deadly smoke from entering while you escape. Try the door. If the door is hot, check your alternate escape route. If the door is cool, open it cautiously. Be prepared to slam the door shut if smoke or heat rushes in. When smoke is present, crawl on the ground. Do not walk upright, since smoke rises and may overcome you. Clearer air is near the floor. Escape quickly; don’t panic. Establish a place outdoors, away from your house, where everyone can meet and then take steps to contact the authorities and account for those missing. Choose someone to assure that nobody returns to the house — many die going back.

****** Page 23 ****** Emergency Functions 24-Hour Emergency Buttons Three 24-hour emergency functions are available: PANIC, FIRE, and EMERGENCY. These functions can be activated by buttons on the Control Panel. The emergency functions can also be activated using wireless sensors, from the wireless keypad, or from portable pendant devices. The + button displays the emergency screen, it does not trigger an alarm. The installer sets which emergency buttons on the Control Panel are displayed on the emergency screen. If emergency functions are not available, an information screen will be displayed. Check the boxes below for the emergency functions that are active on your system. ACTIVE CONTROL PANEL EMERGENCY BUTTONS Panic PRESS EMERGENCY BUTTON TO DISPLAY EMERGENCY SCREEN i. 00 oc Fire ana a button roe 2 at fire X cere Ll Emergency SCREEN WILL DISPLAY THE EMERGENCY OPTIONS THAT ARE AVAILABLE EMERGENCY BUTTON LIGHTS WHITE NOTE: THE EMERGENCY BUTTON WHEN EMERGENCY FUNCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE ISALSOAVAILABLEONTHEMENUSCREEN * IMPORTANT: BE SURE TO PRESS AND HOLD AN EMERGENCY BUTTON FOR AT LEAST TWO SECONDS TO ACTIVATE THE ALARM. When an emergency function is activated, the siren will sound for its preset time or until a User Code is entered to silence the alarm. Panic The PANIC (police) emergency button sends an immediate panic report to the Central Monitoring Station. The installer can set the system to sound the siren when the button is pressed, or have the button trigger a silent alarm that does not sound the siren. Fire The FIRE emergency button sends an immediate fire report to the Central Monitoring Station. The Control Panel will sound the fire horn when the button is pressed. Emergency The EMERGENCY emergency button sends an immediate emergency report to the Central Monitoring Station. The Control Panel will sound the siren when the button is pressed. 21

****** Page 24 ****** System Trouble Alerts The system monitors itself for abnormal operating conditions and will alert you if trouble is detected. The system monitors these and other conditions: • AC power to the Control Panel • The telephone line (optional) • The cellular telephone connection (if used) • The Control Panel’s backup battery • The sensor’s batteries • Sensor supervisory status (if used) • External sounder connection • Sensor radio reception and sensor tampering (sensor’s case opened) when disarmed • Control Panel tampering (panel’s case opening) when disarmed (optional). • Communication to the Central Station Trouble conditions can be reported to the Central Monitoring Station. Service to correct the trouble condition should be preformed as soon as possible. Trouble Alert Icon If the system detects trouble, it will flash the trouble alert@icon on the Security Screen and sound six alert beeps every minute. Scrolling text along the top of the display also describes the trouble condition(s) that exist. The trouble alert@ icon displays a number in the upper right corner that is the number of current trouble alerts. The trouble alert icon will flash until the trouble alerts are acknowledged, then it will light constant until all the troubles are corrected. When all troubles are corrected, the icon will disappear. System Ready, Not Armed -arm TomorroWg Forecast — menu Icon 1. 2. 3. Press the trouble alert@icon button to display all current trouble alerts. View the listed trouble events. If there are more than three alerts, use the t and U arrows to scroll through the list. After viewing the trouble events, press 0K to acknowledge. This will silence the alert beeps. Partly cloudy status Trouble Alert Icon The system has new alerts acknowledged alerts (1) carbon monoxide – Loss of CO Supe.,. 2 12-24-11 5:15 am, Acknowledged 12-24-11… garage sensor • 1-0% of Supervisiort 12-24-1′ am keypad – Wireless Sensor Loss of… 4 12-24-11 7:55 am Trouble Alert List Nighttime Trouble Alert Holdoff As an option, the system can be programmed by your installer to suppress the trouble alert sounder from 10 PM to 9 AM. Any trouble alerts will still be displayed and reported (if enabled), but the sounder will not beep. Some trouble conditions may clear automatically, other trouble conditions may require service to correct. If the trouble condition still exists after 9 AM, the sounder will beep to indicate trouble. Regardless of whether the trouble alert sounder is suppressed or not, every trouble condition is always displayed on the trouble alert list and recorded in the system history event log.

****** Page 25 ****** System Status Icons The top line of the Control Panel’s display is the status area that shows the current system mode, the status of the sensors, and any current trouble alerts. Special icons are displayed to visually show the system’s current condition. AC Power Icon The AC power icon displays whether the Control Panel is receiving AC line power or not. Phone Line Failure Icon If the system detects a telephone line failure, the phone line failure icon will be displayed. Backup Battery Status Icon If the Control Panel’s backup battery tests low or exhausted, the low backup battery icon will be displayed. Test Mode Icon When the system is placed in System Test Mode, the test mode icon will flash in the status bar of the display during the testing. Remote Installer Access Icon When the system is being remotely accessed by your installer with a computer over the telephone, the remote access icon will be displayed. Radio Modem Icon If the system’s optional GSM radio modem is installed, the GSM radio icon will be displayed on the status bar while the GSM radio is being used to update software or add features. Interior Sensor Open Icon If an interior sensor is open (or a motion detector has just been activated) the house icon will be displayed on the status bar. As a warning, the icon flashes during arming. System Ready, Not Armod Status Icon Area O security TomorroWS Forecast services System Status Icons AC POWER ON 41) AC POWER OFF AC Power Icons PHONE LINE FAILURE Phone Line Failure Icon LOW BACKUP BATTERY Low Backup Battery Icon SYSTEM IN TEST MODE Test Mode Icon REMOTE ACCESS OCCURRING Remote Installer Access Icon RADIO MODEM ACTIVE Radio Modem Icon INTERIOR SENSOR OPEN Interior Sensor Open Icon

****** Page 26 ****** Messaging System Messages Your security system supports receiving messages from the Central Monitoring Station. The messages can be about system upgrades, additional services, special regional weather alerts, etc. The messages can be sent for all system users to read, or as confidential messages that only the Master User can read. Messages can be tagged by the sender as standard, urgent, or emergency priority. Up to 31 text messages can be stored in the Control Panel’s memory. They can be reviewed through the Control Panel’s display. Displayed messages can be filtered by type and sorted by date or alphabetically. Messages can be saved in the Control Panel, or deleted after they are read. Displaying Messages When a message is sent to the Control Panel, three beeps will sound and the message icon will display on the Securi Screen. Standard messages display a blue message icon with a number of unread messages in the upper ri ht corner. Urgent messages display a yellow message icon with an attention A symbol in the upper ri ht corner. Emergency messages display a red message icon with the bell symbol in the upper right corner. Reading Messages When a message icon appears, follow these steps to read the message(s): System Ready, Not Armed Tomorrow’S Forecast menu Partly cloudy Status Standard Message Icon 41) System Ready, Not Armed Today’s Forecast et•F arm menu 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 24 Press the message icon button. The message list will display. The status bar shows the number of messages in memory, number of unread, and number of priority messages. Unread messages will display in bold. Use the t or U arrows to scroll the list. Press the message line on the message list to view the message. Press BACK to return to the message list, or press DELETE to erase the message. If the MARK AS READ box is checked, the message will remain on the message list if it’s not deleted, but it will not be displayed in bold. When deleting a message, a confirmation screen will display. Press DELETE MESSAGE to delete, or press CANCEL to return to the message. A delete acknowledge screen will display. Press 0K to return to the message list. Partly cloudy status Urgent Message Icon Emergency Y, 1 urgent Message Icon – 12-24-11 2130 %uris luctus augue. ut ‘2 24-11230 Urgent Nam sit arnet Message Icon 2:30 Neque quis Standard Message Icon back Message List Message; Lorem Ipsum priority: 12-24-11 2:30 pm 2:00 pm ny user Lotern ipsum dolor sit arnet. cor•ßectetur elit. sed do eiusmod tempor imididunt ut latxwo et dolore aliqua ut ælim ad minim veniam, quiS nostruci exercitation ullamco laboris ut aliquip ex ea ¯back mark read Standard Text Message Delete Message? Are ycc.] sure you want to delete tie following New panel software available X cancel delete message Message Delete Confirmation

****** Page 27 ****** Messaging Reading Confidential Messages When a confidential message is sent to the Control Panel, only users with the Master User Code can display the message. Use the following steps for confidential messages: g 3 unread. 2 t urgent 2-2&11 2:30 pm uris adipiscing luctlß augue. ut. 12-24-11 2;30 pm Nam sit amet est feii$, sit amet 12-24-11 2:30 pm Neque porro quisquam est qui dolorem, 2. 3. 4. Press the message line on the message list. If the message is a confidential message, the code entry screen will be displayed. Enter the Master User Code on the code entry screen. Regular User Codes will not be accepted. View the displayed message. Proceed to save or delete the message as detailed in the previous section. back Press Here sorts filters Message List Filtering Messages To selectwhich type of messages will be displayed on the message list, use the message filters. Press FILTERS to display the message filter option screen. 2. Check or un-check the types of messages to display. Press ALL to check all types. Press BACK to return to the message list. The filters will reset, selecting all types, when your message reviewing is over and the system returns to the Security Screen. Sorting Messages To select the order in which messages are displayed on the message list, use the message sorting options. Enter yow code to acces aaa Code Entry Screen for Confidential Messages Wssage: I-oru•n Ipsum 12-24-11 2:30 prn – Unastoryor Lorem ipsum sectotur Olit se:i eiusmod ternpor ircididunt ut labore et dolore magna ahqua. Ut enh ad minim quis nostrud exercnatm ullartto nisi ut aliquip ex ea commcdo back mark read Confidential Message ust Filters Chock a property to includo mossagos with that proporty previously read V emergency priority – back urgent priority I standard priority all 2. 3. 4. Press SORTS to display the message sorting option screen. Pick an option to sort the messages by date received, date expired, or alphabetically. Check the REVERSE box to reverse the display order. Check the PRIORITY box to list urgent messages first. Press BACK to return to the message list. Message Filter Screen Messa* List Sort Selazt below to sort the message list dato recnived date expires • alphabetical back reverse priority The sort options will reset when the message reviewing session is over. Message Sort Screen 25

****** Page 28 ****** Remote Control by Telephone Telephone Remote The system can be controlled remotely using a standard telephone. Remote control is performed by calling the system and responding to spoken questions from the system. By pressing certain telephone keys, you can arm and disarm the system, bypass sensors, and query the system status. NOTE: The telephone remote control system feature is optional. It must be enabled by your installer before it can be used. Calling the System Your installer selects whether your system supports the remote telephone option or not. If this feature is enabled, the system will require calling it twice within 30 seconds to answer your call and connect. 1. Call the telephone number that the Control Panel is connected to. Wait for one or two rings, then hang up. 2. Within 10-45 seconds, call the Control Panel again. The Control Panel will answer the telephone. 26

****** Page 29 ****** Remote Control by Telephone Remote Control Once you are connected with the system, you will be able to check on its status and remotely control the major functions. The announcements that the system plays over the telephone do not sound out of the Control Panel’s speaker. 1. 2. 3. After the Control Panel answers, it will ask for your User Code. You have 15 seconds to enter your User Code using the telephone keys. If you don’t enter a valid User Code in 15 seconds, the system will hang up. For security, if two calls, with two attempts each, to enter a User Code within five minutes fail to enter a valid code, the system will hang up and not respond to telephone commands for 30 minutes. After the system has accepted your User Code, it will announce the system status, then announce the remote command options. The system will wait up to 60 seconds for each remote command before automatically hanging up. If you already know the remote command telephone key number, you can enter it before the command announcement finishes. Use the telephone keys to command the system: • Press for system status report • Press@to arm the system in Away Mode • Press 3 to arm the system in Stay Mode • Press@to disarm the system • Press 5 to turn on auxiliary output (if used) • Press 6 to turn off auxiliary output (if used) • Press to stop system status report • Press@to hang up • Press@to repeat the command menu When you are finished remotely controlling the system, be sure to press@to hang up. NOTE: There is no ExitDelay when the system is remotely armed. NOTE: The Auto Stayfeature (ifenab/ed) does notfunction when the system is remotely armed Bypassing Sensors Remotely When arming the system remotely, if there are open sensors when you try to arm, the system will announce the current status and ask “To bypass sensors and arm, press pound” • Press to bypass all open sensors and arm the system. After the open sensors are bypassed, the system will arm in the selected mode and it will announce the system status to you. 27

****** Page 30 ****** System Toolbox User Management The system installer has pre-programmed a Master User code for your system. This code can be used to control the system, as well as assign and change the other seven User Codes. The Master User Code can also access several system setup settings in the User Toolbox. The other seven User Codes are restricted from those settings in the User Toolbox. User Code Setup Only the person with the Master User Code can add or change the other User Codes. To setup the User Codes, use the following steps: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the Master User Code (the factory setting is 111 1 On the Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press USER MANAGEMENT. The Users Management Screen displays three users at a time. Use the U and t arrows to scroll through the list. Toolbox (1 OT 3) user rnanagemont system history system test back bypassed sensors brightness / volume chime Toolbox Screen 1 Manawy•øent 5 01B in use user 2 user 3 add user 4 back 1234 5678 Adding a User Code NOTE: User Codes 0000 and 0001 are not permitted. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 28 Press one of the ADD USER buttons. Enter a four-digit code for the new User Code and press 0K. Enter the Code again to confirm the code and press 0K. A confirmation screen will display, press 0K. The User Code’s Access Option Screen will be displayed. The three options determine when this User Code is valid. Select one of the three options: ALWAYS; NEVER; or BY SCHEDULE • Select ALWAYS to set this User Code to always be valid. Press BACK • Select NEVER to set this User Code to never be valid. Press BACK. • Select BY SCHEDULE set this User Code to be valid only for selected days and times. See the next section. User Management Screen Enter a user code (4 digits) X cancel User Code Entry Screen 2 The alarm systern should recognize user’s pin: always pin back never sctw:lule 1234 ¯¯ delete User Access Options Screen

****** Page 31 ****** System Toolbox User Code Access Schedules User Codes can be setup with one or more “Access Schedules”. The schedules allow the User Code to be valid only during certain times on specific days of the week, a single day, or a range of days. This feature is useful for limiting access to the system via User Codes custom tailored for specific regular users such as maintenance, service, or cleaning personnel. When a User Code is added or changed, the User Code’s access option settings are available. Adding or Editing User Access Schedules user 2 Tho alarm systorn should rocognizo user’s pin: 2. 3. 4. 5. If BY SCHEDULE was selected for the User Code’s option, the EDIT SCHEDULES button will be displayed. Press EDIT SCHEDULES to select or edit an existing User Code Access Schedule or create a new one. The User Access Schedules Screen displays any current schedules for the User Code. Press ADD SCHEDULE to add a new schedule, or press an existing schedule to edit it. One of three schedule types can be selected: RECURRING, DATE; or DATE RANGE • RECURRING selects the days of the week and time period that this User Code is valid. • DATE selects a single specific date and time period that this User Code is valid. • DATE RANGE selects a starting date, an ending date, and time period that this User Code is valid. always pin back never schedulä I edit delete User Access Options Screen User Acc.#s Schedules User 2 has when ANY schedule is matched eæy WF, 2:00 pm14:30 pm 24.2011. pm/4:30 prn 12-20.tt/12-24-t1, pm,W30 ¯ back add schedule See next page. Press to Add a Schedule user Access Sdladule user 2 schedule type date 12-20-11 to 12-24-11 , 2m to 4:30 pm X cancel User Access Schedule Type Screen 29

****** Page 32 ****** System Toolbox Recurring User Access Schedule Up to seven Recurring User Access Schedules can be set for each User Code. Access User 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Select RECURRING for the schedule type. Press the calendar button to view the Recurring User Access Schedule Screen. Select the day(s) of the week that this User Code will be valid with the check boxes. Press the left and right time buttons to set the starting and ending times that this User Code will be valid on the selected days of the week. Press 0K to accept the schedule, or CANCEL to return to the Schedule Type Screen. X schedule type dato every WE. 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm cancel Recurring Schedule Selected Recurring Access Sc*ledule Select days and time interval this user’s code is rec 2:00 pm X cancel 4:30 pm Schedule Set for Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm lJser Access Schedules User 2 has access when ANY schedule is matched 18 every WF, 2m pm/4:30 pm dec 24, 2011, 20 pm/4:30 pm back add le 18 Single Date User Access Schedule 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 30 Select DATE for the schedule type. Press the calendar button to view the Date User Access Schedule Screen. Press the date button to set the only month, day, and year that this User Code is valid. Press the left and right time buttons to set the starting and ending times that this User Code will be valid on that date. Press 0K to accept the schedule, or CANCEL to return to the Schedule Type Screen. User2 with One Recurring Schedule user Access user 2 schedule type 18 t04.•30pm X cancel Single Date Schedule Selected Date User Azcess Schedule Select date & time interval user’s code is recognized, dec 24, 2011 2:00 pm X cancel to 4:30 pm Schedule Set for a Single Day kcess Schedules 2 has aa;ess when ANY schedule iS matched every WE 2:00 pm/4:30 pm 18 dec 24, 2011, 2:00 pm/4:30 pm 12-&11/12-24-11, pm/4:ao back add 18 User 2 with Single Date Schedule

****** Page 33 ****** Date Range User Access Schedule 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Select DATE RANGE for the schedule type. Press the calendar button to view the Date Range User Access Schedule Screen. Press the first day button to set the month, day, and year that this User Code will first be valid. Press the last day button to set the month, day, and year that this User Code will last be valid. Press the left and right time buttons to set the starting and ending times that this User Code will be valid during the date range. Press 0K to accept the schedule, or CANCEL to return to the Schedule Type Screen. System Toolbox Access User 2 schedule type dato dato range 12-2M1 to 4:30pm X cancel Date Range Schedule Selected Date Range User Access Select date & time intervals user’s code recognized. first da last da 2:00 pm X cancel dec 20, 2011 dec 24, 2011 4:30 pm Schedule Set for Date Range User Access Schedules User 2 has access Whon ANY schadulo matched WF, 2:00 pmf4:30 pm 24, 2011, 2m pm’4;30 prn 12-20-11/12-24-11, 2:00 pn-d4:30 – back ¯ add 1 Deleting User Access Schedules 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. On the User Management Screen, select a User Code that displays the calendar schedule icon. Press the EDIT SCHEDULES button. On the User Access Schedules Screen, select the schedule to delete. On the Schedule Type Screen press the DELETE button. A confirmation screen will be displayed to verify you really want to delete the User Access Schedule. If 0K, press DELETE SCHEDULE or press CANCEL to return to the User Access Schedule Screen. A second screen confirms that the schedule was deleted. Press 0K User 2 with Date Range Schedule usor Scrtedl.lles User 2 has access when ANY schedule is matched every WF, 2:00 pm/4:30 pm 24, 201 t. 2m prn’4;30 back – add Selecting Schedule to Delete Access User 2 schedule type dato 12-2M1 to 12-24-1 t gm to X cancel delete Press to Delete Schedule Delete Schedule? Are you sure you want 10 delete this schedule? every WF, 200 prW4:30 pm X cancel delete Delete Schedule Confirmation Scr 31

****** Page 34 ****** System Toolbox Changing a User Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. On the User Management Screen, press the USER button for the code change. Press CHANGE PIN. (The currently set PIN is displayed on the button.) Enter a new four-digit code for the User Code and press 0K Enter the Code again to confirm the code and press 0K A confirmation screen will display which User Code was changed, press 0K User Manawnent 5 of in use user 2 user 4 back t 234 5078 Select User to Change user 2 The alarm systern should recognize user’s pin: always charw• pin back never 1234 delete Press Change PIN Deleting a User Code 1. 2. 3. 4. On the User Management Screen, press the USER button to delete. Press DELETE. A confirmation screen will display to verify you really want to delete the User Code. If 0K, press DELETE USER or press CANCEL to return to the User Code’s Access Option Screen. A confirmation screen will show which User Code was deleted. Press 0K NOTE: You cannot delete the Master changed. User Manawnent 5 of B in use user 2 user 3 user 4 t 234 5678 Select User to Delete 2 The alarm systern should recognize user’s pin: always (hange pin back never sth»dule 1234 edit schedules – delete Press Delete Delete User? Aro you suro you want to delete the following tserQ X cancel user 3 delete user Delete User Confirmation Screen

****** Page 35 ****** System Toolbox Duress User Code The Duress User Code (User Code #8) performs a special function. Controlling the system with this code gives the appearance of normal operation, but using it secretly sends a “duress” report to the Central Monitoring Station to initiate a silent alarm call for help. USE THIS CODE ONLY IF SOMEONE IS FORCING YOU TO OPERATE YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM AGAINST YOUR WILL. A silent report will be sent to the Central Monitoring Station and they will dispatch help. Setting the Duress User Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. On the User Management Screen, press the USER 8 (DURESS) button. A confirmation screen will display; press CREATE DURESS USER Enter a four-digit code for the new Duress User Code and press 0K. Enter the Code again to confirm the code and press 0K. A confirmation screen will display; press 0K The User 8 edit screen will display. Press BACK to return to the User Management Screen. User Manawnent 5 of in use user 7 duress user back 5078 Select User 8 for Duress User Code Create a Duress User? Wivjn a Duress User arms ot disarms tho system, a snent alarm is triggered arid transmitted to the Central Station, X cancel create duress user Secret Duress Button On the Home Screen, in the lower right corner, the system logo is displayed. The system logo is the secret duress button. With the system armed, pressing the logo will display the standard disarm code entry screen. Use a valid User Code or a Duress User Code to disarm the system. The system will disarm normally, but a silent duress report will be sent to the Central Monitoring Station and they will dispatch help. while the system is disarmed. Pressing the logo will display a code entry screen. Enter the Duress User Code and a silent duress report will be sent to the Central Monitoring Station and they will dispatch help. The system will remain disarmed. Duress User Create Confirmation Screen Duress User sucxosgtully enabled Duress User Created Confirmation Screen System Ready, Not Armod Tomorrow’s Forecast O security 2) services Secret Duress Button 33

****** Page 36 ****** System Toolbox System History The Control Panel keeps a log of system events in the order in which they occur. Each event is marked with the date and time that the event occurred. To make reading the log easier, the system history display can be “filtered” to show selected events only. The events that can be filtered for the system history log display are: • Arm or Disarm of the system • Bypasses of sensors (force bypasses and manual bypasses) • Alarms (alarms are displayed with a red stripe) • Alerts (alerts are displayed with a yellow stripe) Some system events always display regardless of the filters selected. These events include: • Walk test started or terminated. • Programming mode started or terminated. To view the system history log, use the following steps: Toolbox (1 OT 3) user management system history system test back bypassed sensors brightness / volume chime setup 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 34 On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On the Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press SYSTEM HISTORY The log of system events will be displayed. Use the t and arrows to scroll through the log. To choose what’s displayed, press FILTERS Select the events to display with the check boxes. Press ALL to select all the check boxes, or NONE to clear all the check boxes. Press 0K when finished. View the system history. Press BACK when finished. Toolbox Screen 1 System History: 26 events Filters: alarms, alerts, arrns I disarms, bypasses Alert kltchen carbon mnoxide 2 12-24-11 5:15 am SysWn disarmed by user a ‘2-24-11 5:45 am Alarm triggered: front door. Exit Entry #1 12-24-11 5:58 am back filters System History Screen Systern History Filterg below to tilter tho systorn history rm / disarm bypasses back alarms orts all none System History Filters

****** Page 37 ****** System Toolbox System Test Even though your security system is self-monitoring, it is important to regularly test the system manually. The System Test is used to test each of the sensors in the system. The Master User Code is required to test the system. While the system is in test mode, a “T” icon will blink on the upper right of the display. * IMPORTANT: TEST YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM WEEKLY TO ASSURE CONTINUED PROTECTION AND PROPER SYSTEM OPERATION. To test the system, use the following steps: 2. 4. 5. On the Security Screen, press MENU Enter the Master User Code to access the toolbox. On the Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press SYSTEM TEST. Toolbox (1 of 3) user management system history system test ¯ back bypassed sensors brightness / vdurne chime setup Sensor Test When each sensor is tested, the Control Panel will beep and announce the sensor’s name, a green bar will light on the display, and 1-5 signal bars will light to show the strength of that sensor’s wireless signal. NOTE: Start and stop test reports will be sent to the monitoring station. Toolbox Screen 1 System Test: Sensors Walk to and trigger each sensor. living rrxjtion dotoctor sonsor has not boon… garage door sensor was triggered kit$jen window sensor was triggered Sensor Test Screen System Test; Console Push each bl.dton to portorm its test. Button LEO off LEO woon LEO red has not parlormed X cancel Panel Test Screen 6. 7. 8. A list of all sensors will be displayed. Use the t and U arrows to scroll through the list. Go to each sensor listed, and trigger it. • For door or window sensors, open and close the door or window. • For motion detectors, stay out of the protected area for five minutes, then walk through the area. • For portable sensors and wireless keypads, press a button. • For smoke, CO, or glass break detectors, press the detector’s test button. • When the green bar is displayed for a sensor, it has tested 0K. Press 0K when all sensors have been tested. A confirmation screen will be displayed Panel Test The panel test checks the Control Panel’s indicators and sounder. 9. Alist of panel tests will be displayed. Use the t and arrows to scroll through the list. 10. Press each test button and answer YES or NO to the test question. 11. Press 0K when all panel questions have been answered. A confirmation screen will be displayed. Press 0K to exit testing. Press BACK when finished. 35

****** Page 38 ****** System Toolbox Telephone Test Your security system may be connected to your telephone line. The system can communicate with the Central Monitoring Station over your telephone line. Your system can send its alarm messages and system trouble or status messages using the land-based telephone system. 2-way audio communications with the Central Monitoring Station can also occur through the telephone connection. The system toolbox contains provisions for testing the telephone connection. * IMPORTANT: TEST YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM WEEKLY TO ASSURE CONTINUED PROTECTION AND PROPER SYSTEM OPERATION. To test the telephone connection, use the following steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the Master User Code to access the toolbox. Use the and + arrows to select Toolbox Screen (3 of 3). On the Toolbox Screen (3 of 3), press TELEPHONE TEST. Enter the Master User Code again to begin the test. The system will display the test status screen. The top part of the screen shows each function that is being tested. Use the t and U arrows to scroll through the status messages. The bottom part of the screen shows the results of each test. If any tests fail, note what messages were displayed, and contact your alarm installer. Your installer will be able to diagnose any possible issues with your system. After the testing is complete, press 0K to return to the Toolbox. Toolbox (3 of 3) telephone test phone test installer toolbox back Toolbox Screen 3 Enter master to Telephoru» Test. Telephone Test Code Entry Telephone Test etatus Phone Test successful. Result: The test been compleM The teleph.„. Telephone Test Status

****** Page 39 ****** System Toolbox Cell Phone Test Your security system may be equipped with a built-in cellular radio. The cellular radio communicates between your security system and the Central Monitoring Station. Your system can send its alarm messages and system trouble or status messages over-the-air without using the land-based telephone system. The cellular radio also can receive messages and system updates from the Central Monitoring Station. Audio communications with the Central Monitoring Station can also occur through the optional cellular radio. The system toolbox contains provisions for testing the cellular radio module inside your system. * IMPORTANT: TEST YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM WEEKLY TO ASSURE CONTINUED PROTECTION AND PROPER SYSTEM OPERATION. To test the cellular radio, use the following steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the Master User Code to access the toolbox. Use the and + arrows to select Toolbox Screen (3 of 3). On the Toolbox Screen (3 of 3), press CELL PHONE TEST. Enter the Master User Code again to begin the test. The system will display the test status screen. The top part of the screen shows each function that is being tested. Use the t and U arrows to scroll through the status messages. The bottom part of the screen shows the results of each test. If any tests fail, note what messages were displayed, and contact your alarm installer. Your installer will be able to diagnose any possible issues with your system. After the testing is complete, press 0K to return to the Toolbox. Toolbox (3 ot 3) telephone test cell phone test installer todbox back Toolbox Screen 3 Enter master code to access Cell Phone Test, aaa Cell Phone Test Code Entry Cell Phone Test etatus Cell Phone Test successful. Result: The test Yns been compleM The ‘*V… Cell Phone Test Status 37

****** Page 40 ****** System Toolbox Chime Options On doors and windows monitored by sensors, the system can sound a chime to announce that the door or window was opened. Sensors can also be set to have the Control Panel say the name of the opening. The chime and voice announcements only sound while the system is disarmed. At the time of installation, the installer sets up each sensor’s standard chime option. The person with the Master User Code can change the chime options for each sensor to further customize the system as desired. NOTE:As a global system option, the chimes for all the system’s sensors can be turned on or off using the CHIME check box on the Menu Screen. To setup the chime options individually for each sensor, use the following steps: System Ready, Not Armed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 38 On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU Note the two check boxes on the Menu Screen. The CHIME check box button turns the chimes on or off for all the system’s sensors. The VOICE check box button turns the voice announcements for the system’s messages on or off (except alarm voice messages). On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX On the Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press CHIME SETUP Enter the Master User Code to setup the chimes for the sensors. The Chime Setup Screen will display each of the installed sensors that can chime and the option currently set for the sensor. Press the sensor button to change the sensor’s chime options. There are six chime options for each sensor. Check the option that you want for the sensor, then press 0K CHIME OPTIONS Disabled Voice Only Voice with ding-dong #1 Ding-dong #2 Voice with ding-dong #2 Ding-dong #1 Press BACK when finished. arm back emergency chinM3 todbox voice Menu Screen Global Chime Option Box Toolbox (1 ot 3) user system history system test back bypassed sensors brightness / volume chime setup Toolbox Screen One Chicnes Setup ont dmr -dong with vok:e #1 iNide dcx:lr pano motion voice only back Chime Setup Screen ChitM Setup front door disabled • ‘Idlngonggt voit* cmly ding-dong Ø2 ding-dong with voice ding-dong with X cancel Chime Option Screen

****** Page 41 ****** System Toolbox Brightness / Volume The brightness of the Control Panel’s display and the volume of the system’s speaker can be adjusted to best suit the installation. To set the brightness and volume, use the following steps: 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU Enter the a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On the Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press BRIGHTNESS / VOLUME The top bar on the display sets the display brightness. The level can be adjusted from 1 to 12 using the buttons on each end of the bar. The bottom bar on the display sets the speaker volume for the chimes and announcements. This setting does not affect the alarm sounder volume. The level can be adjusted from 1 to 12 using the buttons on each end of the bar. When finished press 0K. (1 ot 3) user management system history system test back bypassed sensors brightness / volume chime setup Toolbox Screen One Brightness and Volume Press the buttons to select screen brightness and … a a X cancel Brightness/ Volume Screen Backlight Timeout The backlight timeout sets the length of time that the display stays lit after use. It can be adjusted to 30 seconds, 1, 2, 5, or 10 minutes, or to “always” to light the display at all times. NOTE: To conserve the Control Panel’s backup battery, during an AC power failure, the display will go dark after 30 seconds regardless of this setting. To set the display backlight time, use the following steps: Toolbox (2 of 3) backlight tirneout clean screen calibrate touch s,ffeen ” back set set the versicn 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press the arrow. On the Toolbox Screen (2 of 3), press BACKLIGHT TIMEOUT Choose one of the display backlight times and press 0K. Toolbox Screen Two Backlight Select amount of tme display stays lit after the screen X 30 cancel minute always Backlight Timeout Screen 39

****** Page 42 ****** System Toolbox Display Cleaning There is a special option that allows the display to be cleaned. The option locks the display for 30 seconds so it can be cleaned without sensing any button presses. Clean the display with a dry, soft cloth. To set the display for cleaning, use the following steps: TOOlbOX ot 3) backlight timeout dean screen calibrate touch screen back set date sot time 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press the + arrow. On the Toolbox Screen (2 of 3), press CLEAN SCREEN The Cleaning Screen will be displayed for 30 seconds. It will show the time remaining. Clean the screen during this time. When the timer expires, the system will return to the Toolbox Screen. Toolbox Screen Two Display may now be cleaned S’ßtnm will in: 00:30 Display Cleaning Screen Touch Screen Calibration If the touch screen display buttons are not responding properly, use the display calibration option to reset the display. To calibrate the display, use the following steps: 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 40 On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU Enter the a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press the —5 arrow. On the Toolbox Screen (2 of 3), press CALIBRATE TOUCH-SCREEN The display will show a cross on the screen. Touch the center of the cross. Repeat with the next two crosses displayed. When calibration has been successful, a completion screen will be displayed. Press 0K to finish. The system will return to the Toolbox Screen. TOOlbOX ot 3) backlight timeout dean screen calibrate touch screen back set date sot timo Toolbox Screen Two Touch Screen Calibration Please touch lhe 01 each cross Display Calibration Screen

****** Page 43 ****** System Toolbox Set Date and Time The Control Panel has a built-in clock and calendar. The time and date are displayed on the Home Screen. The time and date are also used for the system history and event logs that store data on system events. The installer can set the system to automatically adjust for daylight saving time if it’s observed in your location. NOTE: Ifthe cellular radio module is installed in the Control Panel, the time and date will be automatically set through the cellular radio by the Central Monitoring Station. To set the date and time, use the following steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. On the Home Screen, press SECURITY On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press the + arrow. On the Toolbox Screen (2 of 3), press SET DATE or SET TIME Use the t and arrows to set the current date or time. Press 0K. A confirmation screen showing the date and time set will be displayed. Press 0K. set Date dec X cancel Seet Tirne Set Date Screen aa aa a minutes X cancel Set Time Screen Display Version The versions of the “firmware” installed in various parts of the system can be displayed for testing or troubleshooting by your installer. To display the firmware versions, use the following steps: TOOlb0X (2 01 3) backlight timeout clean screen calibrate touch screen sot date set tinte versicm 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. On the Security Screen, press MENU On the Menu Screen, press TOOLBOX Enter the a valid User Code to access the toolbox. On Toolbox Screen (1 of 3), press the —5 arrow. On the Toolbox Screen (2 of press VERSION Press BACK when finished. Toolbox Screen Two Versiort Networ•,« IOP Firmware Version: 1.8 3456 Anc:6m Z-Wave Versk»n: 2.4B – back Firmware Version Display 41

****** Page 44 ****** Installer Set Options The installer can set different options for the system to customize the installation. The options listed below show the regular settings and have an area or check box to note custom settings. Siren Run Time If there is a burglary, panic (police), or emergency alarm, the Control Panel will sound the siren for a preset time. After the time expires, the siren will stop sounding. (Auxiliary alarms run for an unlimited time.) 4 Minutes 8 Minutes (regular setting) Fire Horn Run Time SIREN RUN TIME 12 Minutes 16 Minutes Unlimited If there is a fire or carbon monoxide alarm, the Control Panel will sound the fire alarm horn for a preset time. After the time expires, the fire alarm horn will stop sounding. FIRE HORN RUN TIME 4 Minutes 8 Minutes 12 Minutes 16 Minutes Unlimited (regular setting) Exit Delay The Exit Delay begins immediately after arming the system. The delay gives you time to leave through the designated exit/entry door without setting off the alarm. During the Exit Delay beeps sound, and faster beeps sound during the last 10 seconds. (NOTE: Arming remotely does not start an Exit Delay). EXIT DELAY 60 Seconds (regular setting) Seconds For Entry Delays Door The Entry Delay begins when the designated entry/exit door is opened while the system is armed. The delay gives you time to disarm the system before triggering the alarm. You must enter a User Code on the Control Panel or Wireless Keypad before the Entry Delay time expires. During the Entry Delay, beeps sound to remind you to disarm the system. The system supports two different Entry Delays. Entry Delay #1 is for your primary entrance door; Entry Delay #2 is for a secondary entrance (such as a garage door) and is usually set longer to give you time to get to the keypad and disarm the system. ENTRY DELAY Ll 30 Seconds (regular setting) Seconds ENTRY DELAY Ll 45 Seconds (regular setting) Seconds For For Door Door

****** Page 45 ****** Installer Set Options 24-Hour Emergency Functions Three 24-hour emergency functions: PANIC, FIRE, and EMERGENCY can be activated by buttons on the Control Panel. The installer can set which emergency buttons on the Control Panel are active. ACTIVE CONTROL PANEL EMERGENCY BUTTONS Audible Panic Silent Panic Fire QuickArming Emergency Ouick Arming allows you to arm your system without having to enter a User Code. When you press the STAY or AWAY button, the system will start to arm without requesting a User Code. QUICK ARMING OFF ON (regular setting) Quick Bypass Normally sensors that are open at the time the system is armed will require force bypassing by entering your User Code. The system can be set so a User Code is not required to bypass open sensors when the system is armed. QUICK BYPASS OFF (regular setting) ON Quick Exit The Quick Exit option allows you to start the Exit Delay while the system is armed. This allows you to leave the premises without having to disarm and rearm the system. When the Quick Exit option is on, a QUICK EXIT button will display on the security screen. Press the button to start the Exit Delay. After Quick Exit, the system will fully re-arm in the mode that it was in before (Stay or Away Mode). QUICK EXIT OFF ON (regular setting) Auto Un-bypass Normally, sensors manually bypassed with the User Toolbox will automatically have their bypasses removed when the system is disarmed. The system can be set so sensors that have been manually bypassed will stay bypassed until the bypass is manually removed. AUTO UN-BYPASS OFF ON (regular setting) Auto Stay The Auto Stay option will change the arming mode if no one exits after arming the system in Away Mode. When the system is armed in the Away Mode the Exit Delay will begin. With the Auto Stay option on, if a designated exit/entry door does notopen and close during the Exit Delay, the system will arm in the Stay Mode instead of the Away Mode. OFF AUTO STAY ON (regular setting)

****** Page 46 ****** Installer Set Options Key Fob Arm/Disarm Sound The system can be set so when it’s armed or disarmed by a wireless key fob, a beep will sound through the internal and external sounders to indicate that the key fob’s signal was received. This helps in installations where the Control Panel is not visible or there are no other system status indications at the key fob’s location. KEY FOB ARM/DISARM SOUND OFF (regular setting) ON Key Fob Disarm AfterAlarm Sound The system can be set so when it’s disarmed with a wireless key fob afteran alarm has occurred, a special series of beeps will sound through the internal and external sounders. This option serves as a safety alert to warn you to approach the premises with caution as an intruder may still be present. KEY FOB DISARM AFTER ALARM SOUND Ll OFF (regular setting) ON * IMPORTANT: If you return to the premises and hear the special beeps when disarming with the key fob, USE CAUTION! The special beeps indicate that an alarm has occurred while you were gone. AN INTRUDER MAY STILL BE ON THE PREMISES LEAVE IMMEDIATELYAND CONTACT THE POLICE FROM A SAFE LOCATION. Exit Delay Restart The Exit Delay Restart option will extend the Exit Delay one time if you need to reænter the premises. When the system is armed in the Away Mode or Stay Mode, the Exit Delay gives you time to leave without setting off the alarm. With the Exit Delay Restart option, re-entering the premises after you have left, but before the Exit Delay timer expires, will restart the Exit Delay timer, giving you the full length of time to leave again. The restart option only works once, each time the system is armed. EXIT DELAY RESTART ON (regular setting) OFF Cancel Time To limit responses to false alarms, a “cancel” message will be sent to the Central Monitoring Station if the system is disarmed within a preset period of time after an alarm is triggered. The alarm report is always sent, but it will be followed by a cancel report if you disarm the system within the preset time. This option helps the Central Monitoring Station to determine whether you accidently caused the alarm or if the alarm report was caused by an intruder. It also lets the Central Station know that you have returned to the premises. Even if a cancel message is sent, the Central Station will verify the alarm and possibly dispatch help. The cancel message may be processed by the Central Station at a later time depending on system programming. CANCEL TIME 5 Minutes (regular setting) Minutes 44

****** Page 47 ****** Installer Set Options Cancel Display A “cancel” message will be sent to the Central Monitoring Station if the system is disarmed within a preset period of time after an alarm is triggered. The system can be set to display that a cancel report was sent, or for higher security, the system can be set not to display the cancel message. CANCEL DISPLAY ON (regular setting) OFF Dialer Delay If an alarm occurs, the system will delay dialing for a short time to allow you to disarm the system in case the alarm was accidentally tripped. The dialer delay reduces nuisance traffic to the Central Monitoring Station and can prevent receiving fines that many cities impose when police respond to a false alarm. Your installer also can program the system for no dialer delay. NOTE: The dialer delay is also known as the “abort window”. It gives you time to disarm, but doesn’t delay the siren from sounding. Disarming during the abort window can displaya cancel message depending on the Cancel Display setting (see above). DIALER DELAY 30 Seconds (regular setting) Seconds 2-Way Voice The system can connect with a Central Station operator so they can converse with people in the premises after an alarm. The 2-way voice option allows communication to and from the Control Panel and the Central Station. 2-way voice communications will occur after the system has made its alarm report. Your installer sets which sensors can trigger the 2-way voice option. 2-WAYVOICE OFF ON (regular setting) Telephone Remote ControlAnswer Your installer selects whether your system supports the remote telephone option or not. If the telephone remote control answer option is turned on, the system will require calling it twice within 30 seconds for the Control Panel to answer the call. See the “Remote Control by Telephone” section of this manual. TELEPHONE REMOTE CONTROL ANSWER OFF ON (regular setting) 45

****** Page 48 ****** Regulatory Information Wireless Product Notice Radio controls provide a reliable communications link and fill an important need in portable wireless signaling; however, there are some limitations which must be observed. • For U.S. installations only: The radios are required to comply with FCC Rules and Regulations as Part 1 5 devices. As such, they have limited transmitter power and therefore limited range. • A receiver cannot respond to more than one transmitted signal at a time and may be blocked by radio signals that occur on or near their operating frequencies, regardless of code settings. • Changes or modifications to the device may void FCC compliance. • Infrequently used radio links should be tested regularly to protect against undetected interference or fault. • A general knowledge of radio and its vagaries should be gained prior to acting as a wholesale distributor or dealer, and these facts should be communicated to the ultimate users. FCC Part 15 Notice This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Relocate the Console away from the TV/radio receiver. • Plug the Console into a different wall outlet so that the Console is on a different branch circuit • Be-orient the TV/radio antenna. • If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. FCC Telephone Rules and Regulations The FCC requires that this alarm dialer system not make more than 15 repetitive dialing attempts to a single telephone number. There are no limitations when the calls are made sequentially to two or more alternative numbers, or when these calls are spaced 10 minutes apart to a single number. The FCC Rules and Regulations do not specify the re-attempt period as this can vary for specific applications. When setting this period, take into consideration local, interstate, foreign and special network call completion characteristics, network processing timer a sufficient number of rings and busy/don’t answer modes.

****** Page 49 ****** Regulatory Information FCC Part 68 Notice This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and/or the requirements adopted by the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (ACTA). On the rear of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a telephone products identifier in the form FCC II): EF4 … or US: EF4 … and ringer equivalence number (BEN). If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company. A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements as adopted by the ACTA. If provided, a compliant telephone cord and modular plug is included with this product, The jacks and plugs are designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details. A ringer equivalence number code (REN) is used to determine the quantity of devices that may be connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENS on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENS should not exceed five (5.0), To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to the line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the telephone company to determine the maximum REN for the calling area. For products approved after July 23, 2001, the REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format US: AAAEO”TXXX. The digits represented by the are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is REN of 0.3). For earlier products, the REN is separately shown on the label. If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice is not practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make the necessary modifications in order to maintain uninterrupted service. If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair and/or warranty information contact your installing alarm dealer for information or a return product authorization (BPA). If the trouble is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request you remove the equipment from the network until the problem is resolved. User repairs must not be made. Doing so voids warranty. This equipment must not be used on telephone company provided public coin service. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. Contact your state public utility commission for information, This equipment is hearing compatible (HAC} to any HAC compatible attached handset telephones. Network Service Provider’s Facilities Tele hone Line Network Demarcation Point Customer Premises Equipment and Wiring RJ31X Jack Alarm Dialing Equipment Telephone Answering System Unused RJ-II Jack Fax Machine Com uter Unused RJ-II Jack Telephone Telephone ALARM DIALING EQUIPMENT If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone liner ensure that the installation of any other non-alarm devices does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer. WHEN PROGRAMMING EMERGENCY NUMBERS OR MAKING TEST CALLS TO EMERGENCY NUMBERS 1. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call. 2. Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early mornings or later evenings. 3. Follow the central station operatoris instructions for updated dialer programming, if re-programming of the dialer is required. 47

****** Page 50 ****** Regulatory Information FCC Part 68 Notice (continued) Alarm dialing equipment must be able to seize the telephone line and place a call in an emergency situation, It must be able to do this even if other equipment (telephone(s), answering system, computer modem, etc.) already has the telephone line in use. To do so, alarm dialing equipment must be connected to a properly installed RJ31X that is electrically in series with and ahead of all other equipment attached to the same telephone line, Proper installation is depicted in the figure on the previous page. If you have any questions concerning these instructions, you should consult your telephone company or a qualified installer about installing the RJ31X jack and alarm dialing equipment for you. Alarm Installation Notes to Installer For products equipped with an RJ31X jack the line seize feature shall be verified. Be certain the local telephone and incoming line connections are not reversed. These lines are not reversed if the alarm dialer can communicate with the central station. New Services Notes to User The installation and/or monitoring company shall be notified if new telephone service, e.g. DSL is installed. Industry Canada Notice (for Canadian users) The Industry Canada (IC) label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The IC does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations. Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas, CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate. The Load Number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the Load Number of all the devices does not exceed 100. The Ringer Equivalence Number IREN) is used to determine the quantity of devices that may be connected to the telephone line. Too many devices may result in some devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN’s should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to the line, contact the telecommunications company to determine the maximum REN for the calling area. Refer to the equipment label for the unitis load number or REN number This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and 12) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Conformément å Ia réglementation d’lndustrie Canada, Ie présent émetteur radio peut fonctionner avec une antenne d’un type et d’un gain maximal (ou inférigur) approuvé pour l’émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques dg brouillagg radioélectrique Cintention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir Ie type diantenne et son gain de sorte que Ia puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas Vintensité nécessaire å liétablissement diune communication satisfaisante. Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR dilndustrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) Mappareil ne doit pas produire de brouillaget et (2) l’utilisateur de rappareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, meme si Ie brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre Ie fonctionnement. 48

****** Page 51 ****** Service Information Your local Alarm dealer is the person best qualified to service your alarm system. Be sure to set up a routine service schedule with your local Alarm installer.THlS EQUIPMENT MUST BE CHECKED BY A QUALIFIEDTECHNICIAN AT LEAST EVERYTHREEYEARS. YOUR LOCAL ALARM INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PROFESSIONAL. Important Power Supply Notice The Control Panel is powered by a plug-in power supply. In case the power supply becomes unplugged, be sure to plug the power supply into an un-switched receptacle. Do not connect the power supply to a receptacle controlled by a switch. 49

****** Page 52 ****** Important Notice Alarm System Limitations This security system can not offer guaranteed protection against burglary, fire, or other emergencies. Any alarm system, whether commercial or residential, is subject to compromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons. For example: • Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device. • Intrusion detectors (sensors} will not work without power. Battery operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries, or if the batteries are not put in properly. Devices powered solely by AC will not work if their AC power supply is cut off for any reason, however briefly, • Signals sent by wireless sensors may be blocked or reflected by metal before they reach the alarm Control Panel, even if the signal path has been recently checked during a weekly test. Blockage can occur if a metal object has been moved into the sensoris signal path. • A user may not be able to reach a panic or emergency button quickly enough. • While smoke detectors have played a key role in reducing residential fire deaths in the United States, they may not activate or provide early warning for a variety of reasons in as many as 35% of all fires, according to data published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Some of the reasons smoke detectors used in conjunction with this system may not work are where smoke cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors may have been improperly installed and positioned. Smoke detectors may not sense fires that start where smoke cannot reach the detectors, such as in chimneys, in walls, or roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors also may not sense a fire on another level of a residence or building. A second floor detector, for example, may not sense a first floor or basement fire. Moreover, smoke detectors have sensing limitations. No smoke detector can sense every kind of fire every time. In general, detectors may not always warn about fires caused by carelessness and safety hazards like smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches, or arson. Depending upon the nature of the fire and/or the locations of the smoke detectors, the detector, even if it operates as anticipated, may not provide sufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to prevent injury or death. • Alarm warning devices such as sirens, bells or horns may not alert people or wake up sleepers if they are located on the other side of closed or partly open doors. If warning devices sound on a different level of the residence from the bedrooms, then they are less likely to waken or alert people inside the bedrooms. Even persons who are awake may not hear the warning if the alarm is muffled from a stereo, radio, air conditioner or other appliance, or by passing traffic. Finally, alarm warning devices, however loud, may not warn hearing-impaired people or awaken deep sleepers. • Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a premises to a central monitoring station may be out of service or temporarily out of service. Telephone lines are also subject to compromise by sophisticated intruders. • Even if the system responds to the emergency as intended, however, occupants may have insufficient time to protect themselves from the emergency situation. In the case of a monitored alarm system, authorities may not respond appropriately. • This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject to component failure. Even though this equipment is designed to last as long as ten years, the electronic components could fail at any time, The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintenance. This alarm system should be tested weekly to make sure the sensors are working properly. Installing an alarm system may make one eligible for lower insurance rates, but an alarm system is not a substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owners, and renters should continue to act prudently in protecting themselves and continue to insure their lives and property. 50

****** Page 53 ****** Limited Warranty This 2gig Technologies Inc. product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for twelve (12) months. This warranty extends only to wholesale customers who buy through 2gig Technologies Inc. authorized distribution channels. 2gig Technologies Inc. does not warrant this product to consumers. Consumers should inquire from their selling dealer as to the nature of the dealer’s warranty, if any. There are no obligations or liabilities on the part of 2gig Technologies Inc. for consequential damages arising out of or in connection with use or performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of property, revenue, or profit, or cost of removal, installation, or reinstallation. All implied warranties, including implied warranties for merchantability and implied warranties for fitness, are valid only until the warranty expires. This 2gig Technologies Inc. Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties express or implied. For warranty service call your local alarm installation and service professional at the contact information shown on the back cover of this User’s Guide. 51

****** Page 54 ****** Index #’s 2-Way voice 45 2-Way voice communications 15 24-Hour emergency buttons 21 24-Hour emergency functions 43 AC power icon 23 Adding a User Code 28 ADD SCHEDULES button 29 ADD USER buttons 28 Alarm history screen 15, 18 Alarm memory 15 Alarm system limitations 50 ALWAYS button 28 ARM button 11, 13 Arming screen 6 Arming to Stay Mode II Audio listen-in 45 Automatic fire alarm 18 Auto stay mode 12, 43 Auto un-bypass 43 AWAY button 13, 17 Away Mode 7, 12, 13 Backlight timeout 39 Backup battery status icon 23 Brightness/ Volume 39 Burglary alarm siren 15 Burglary protection 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 BYPASS ALL button 13 Bypassing sensors remotely 27 BY SCHEDULE button 28,29 c CALIBRATE TOUCH-SCREEN button 40 Cancel display 45 Cancel time 44 Carbon monoxide (CO) detector 5, 18 Cell phone test 37 CHANGE PIN button 32 Changing a User Code 32 Checking that all sensors are closed 8 Chime options 38 CHIME SETUP button 38 CLEAN SCREEN button 40 CLEAR ALARM HISTORY button 15, 18 Color display 4 Control Panel features 4 D Date 41 DATE button 29, 30 DATE RANGE button 29, 31 Date range user access schedule 31 DELETE button 31 DELETE SCHEDULE button 31 DELETE USER button 32 Deleting a User Code 32 Dialer delay 45 DISARM button 14 Disarming from Away Mode 14 Disarming from Stay Mode 14 Disarming the system 14 Disarm Screen 15 Display cleaning 40 Display version 41 Door/ window sensor 5 Duress User Code 33 EDIT SCHEDULES button 29,31 Emergency button 4 EMERGENCY button 21 Emergency evacuation plan 20 Emergency functions 21 Entry Delay 11, 12, 13, 42 ENTRY DELAY button 13 Entry Delayin Stay Mode 10 Exit and Entry Delays in Away Mode 12 Exit Delay 11, 12, 13, 42 Exit Delay restart 12, 44 FCC Part 15 notice 46 FCC Part 68 notice 47 FCC Telephone rules and regulations 46 Features 4 FILTERS button 34 Fire alarm system 18 FIRE emergency button 17, 18, 21 Fire horn run time 42 Fire protection 18, 19, 20 Force bypassing sensors 9 Glass break sensor 5 HOME button 4, 11, 13 Home screen 6 If a burglary alarm occurs 15 Industry Canada notice 48 Installer set options 42, 43, 44, 45 Interior sensor open icon 23 Key fob Arming to Away Mode 16 Arming to Stay Mode 16 Auxiliary 16 Disarming 16 Emergency 16 Key fob arm/disarm sound 44 Key fob arming and disarming 16 Key fob disarm after alarm sound 44 Key fob remote 5 Limited warranty 51

****** Page 55 ****** Main display screens 6 Manual bypass 9 Manual fire alarm 18 Manually bypassing or un-bypassing sensors 9 Master User Code 28, 38 Menu screen 6 Messages Displaying messages 24 Filtering messages 25 Reading confidential messages Reading messages 24 Sorting messages 25 Messaging 24 Microphone 4, 15 Motion sensor 5 National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Standard 19 NEVER button 28 Nighttime trouble alert holdoff 22 o Operating the system 7 Panel test 35 Panic button remote 5 PANIC (police) emergency button 21 Pending alerts 35 Phone line failure icon 23 POLICE button 17 Quick arming 11, 13, 43 Quick bypass 9, II, 13, 43 Quick exit 43 Quick Exit in Away Mode 12 Quick Exit in Stay Mode 10 Radio modem icon 23 25 Recommended smoke detector locations 19 RECURRING button 29 Recurring user access schedule 30 Regulatory information 46, 47, 48 Remote control 27 Remote control bytelephone 26,27 Remote installer access icon 23 s Secret duress button 33 SECURITY button 14 Security screen 6 Sensor bypassing 9 Sensor test 35 Service information 49 Set date and time 41 SET DATE button 41 SET TIME button 41 Setting the duress user code 33 Silencing a false fire alarm 18 Silent control in Stay Mode 10 Index Silent Exit in Away Mode 12 Single date user access schedule 30 Siren 15 Siren run time 42 Smoke detector 5, 18 Speaker 15 Status screen 6 STAY button 11, 17 Stay Mode 7, 10 System history 34 SYSTEM HISTORY button 34 System messages 24 System status icons 23 System test 35 SYSTEM TEST button 35 System toolbox 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 System trouble alerts 22 Telephone remote 26 Telephone remote control answer 45 Telephone test 36 Test Mode icon 23 Time 41 Touch screen 4 Touch screen calibration 40 Trouble alert icon 22 USER button 32 User Code 11, 13, 18 User code access schedules 29 User Code setup 28 User Management 28 USER MANAGEMENT button 28 User Toolbox 28 VERSION button 41 Viewing the sensor status 8 w Warranty service 51 Wireless keypad 5 Arming to Away Mode 17 Arming to Stay Mode 17 Disarming 17 Fire Emergency 17 Police Emergency 17 Wireless product notice 46 Wireless sensors 5

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