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Alarm System Store Knowledge Base - DSC programming for the Power Series 9047

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DSC programming for the Power Series 9047


Make sure you’ve got the whole system wired and powered up


Here is a Sample Alarm Kit we will use for an example:



Description:

Type of Delay:

Zone Number

Front Door Sensor

Delay

01

Smoke Alarm

24 Hour Std

02

Bedroom Window Sensor

Instant

03

Living Room Motion

Interior Stay/Away

04


Here is a list of the common Zone Definitions:


Definition 01 = Delay 1 (ie: door)

Definition 02 = Delay 2 (ie: door)

Definition 03 = Instant (ie: window sensors)

Definition 04 = Interior

Definition 05 = Interior Stay/Away (motion)

Definition 06 = Delayed Stay/Away

Definition 87 = Delayed 24hr Fire (wireless)

Definition 88 = Standard 24hr Fire (wireless)


We will always enter into programming by pressing *8


Every time we are prompted for the installer code we will enter 5555. After entering the Installer

Code we will now be in the Programming Section.


Taking the Sample Alarm Kit above and using the common Zone Definitions, here is what we

want to do with the system. We will make the Front Door sensor delayed in zone 01, the Smoke

Alarm will be standard 24 hour monitoring in zone 02, the Bedroom Window Sensor we will

have Instant arming and disarming in zone 03. The Living Room Motion will be an Interior

device that will have a stay/away capabilities in zone 04.


Below is our information neatly written out to greatly assist us and help us keep everything

in order:



Description:

Type of Delay:

Zone Number

Zone Definition

Front Door Sensor

Delay

01

01

Smoke Alarm

24 Hour Std

02

88

Bedroom Window Sensor

Instant

03

03

Living Room Motion

Interior Stay/Away

04

05


Step 1)


Set Date and Time


Press *6 to set the time, next enter your master code (1234 is default), then press 1. You will enter

the four digit time in 24 hour format (military time) then enter the six digit date example: 102108 if it

was Oct. 21st. 2008 and 1430 if it was 2:30pm. You will then hit # # to exit.


Step 2)


Adding Zone Definitions (Program Section 001), Page 32 of the 9047 Installation Guide


We will begin adding our Zone Definitions and will use the above chart for reference and we

will go straight down the list which begins with Zone Number 01. We will enter definition 01

for zone 01, then definition 88 for zone 02, then definition 03 for zone 03, then definition 05 for

zone 04(After each zone you enter, the default keypad will display a new Definition number 03,

05, etc. Just ignore this number and act like it isn’t there).

So for our sample kit we would enter everything in order of what we are working with. Enter

*8-5555-001-01-88-03-05 and at the end of the zone definitions we will hit # # to exit.


Step 3)


Shutting Off Unused Zones (Program Section 202, 203, or 204)


Since we are using only four (4) zones, we will need to shut off the remaining zones that are not

being used.

If you are using less than eight (8) zones use programming section 202

If you are using nine (9) or more, but less than 16 zones, use programming section 203

(add eight to each numbered zone to get that zone. Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 would be zones

9, 10, 11, 12, 13)

If you are using 17 or more, but less than 24 zones, use programming section 204 (add 16

to each numbered zone to get that zone. Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 would be zones 17, 18, 19,

20, 21)

In our Sample Alarm, we are only using four (4) zones. This means we will enter into

Programming Section 202 and turn off zones 5, 6, 7, and 8. We do this simply by pressing each

number that needs to be turned off.

Here is what we would enter:

*8-5555-202-5-6-7-8 and then # # to exit


Step 4)


Wireless Enrollment Mode (Program Section 898), Page 4 of the 9047 Installation Guide


Each wireless device needs to be recognized by the control panel. We call this Enrollment. For

this Section we will be triggering (open/close or tamper) each device. The system will beep and

the display panel will ask you to Confirm the ESN number by pressing the (*) button.

So to begin lets start with zone 01 which is the Front Door. We will open the front door. The

panel will ask to confirm the ESN number. We will then hit (*). The system will now ask for

the Zone # and we will refer to our chart and enter (01) and confirm by hitting (*). The system

will then ask for the Zone Type (definition) and we will refer to our chart and enter (01) and

confirm by hitting (*).

The display will then be ready to Enroll the next device. You continue to enroll each device by

opening each sensor or tampering with the device (this will vary depending on your device) and

you will need to enter the correct zone #’s and zone Type (definitions). After enrolling each of

our 4 devices we will hit (# #) to exit.

FYI: Before exiting, if you are also programming a key fob, you will press and hold one of the

buttons until the control panel asks you to verify the ESN Number. After confirming the ESN

number by pressing (*), the display will then ask for a key fob number and you will just enter 01 for

the first key fob and if you have another key fob that will be 02, the display panel will be ready to

enroll another device. After you have confirmed each device hit (# #) to exit.


Step 5)


Entry/Exit Delays (Program Section 005)


Most doors use an exit/entry delay. This will give you time to exit your premises before the

system arms and will also give you an entrance delay when you enter (You must enter through a

door that is on a delayed entry). You will enter into programming by pressing *8 and then enter

the Installer Code which is 5555. Programming Section 005 will allow us to change the delay

times. We want our Sample Alarm for demonstration purposes to have 30 second delays.

So here is what we will enter on our Sample Alarm: *8-5555-005-001-030-000-030

The numbers you just entered are *8 for programming-5555 for installer code-005 is the section

for the entry/exit delays-001 is indicating partition 1 (if you were programming partition 2 you

would enter 002)-030 is entry delay1 for 30 seconds- 000 is entry delay2 (which we do not have

a 2nd door) – and the last 030 is the number of second for your exit delay.


Step 6)


Label each Zone, Page 44 of the 9047 Installation Guide


Enter Keypad Programming be entering *8-5555 and then press (*). You will need to enter each

zone (001) edit label, (002) edit label, etc. The letters of the alphabet are divided up among the

number keys 1-9 on the keypad as described:


[1] A B C 1

[2] D E F 2

[3] G H I 3

[4] J K L 4

[5] M N O 5

[6] P Q R 6

[7] S T U 7

[8] V W X 8

[9] Y Z 9 0

[0] SPACE

[*] SELECT

[#] ESCAPE


You select the letter you want by continuously pressing the same button until your desired letter or

number appears. Then you can you the left and right arrows to move to the next location or simply

press the next number which corresponds to your next character.


Press 015 If you Did Not hook a telephone line to the system, then press 7 to turn off toggle option 7,

then press # one time to return to the “enter section” menu. To make they panic on a key fob audible,

turn toggle option 2 on.


Press 009 If you’re using smoke detectors then press 00 to skip past PGM-1 and if it’s 2 wire press

04 and if it’s 4 wire press 03 then press # one time to return to the “enter section” menu.


Press 006 to change your installer code from the default setting of 5555 and just enter 4 new digits,

after the 4th digit you should hear a triple beep, that will bring you back to the “enter section” menu.

DO NOT LOSE OR FORGET THIS NUMBER AS YOU MAY NEED IT LATER


Press 007 to change your master code from the default setting of 1234 and just enter 4 new digits,

after the 4th digit you should hear a triple beep, that will bring you back to the “enter section” menu.

DO NOT LOSE OR FORGET THIS NUMBER AS YOU MAY NEED IT LATER


Press 013 Since you did not use resistors, we need to turn off toggle option 6 and we need to make

sure option 1 is on.


Now press # - 3 times to take you out of programming and to return to the main screen. You

should have a Green checkmark.


And as far as basic programming you are done.


To Self Monitor


Adding a number to call for DSC

*8 5555

301 number they call * 55555555 #

320 hit 11 sixteen times#

350 0505 (06060606 on the Alexor)#

311 1234 (Section 310 on the Alexor 1234FF)#

each 5 = 2 sec.

when the alarm calls, must enter 1234567890* to acknowledge.

second number

351 option 2 on

302 number they call then * 5555555555#

if they mess up enter 301 then * and 6 thirty two times then ##


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