Silencing An Alarm - DMP

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Silencing an AlarmWhen the alarm bell or siren is sounding, enter your user code orpresent your card to a keypad or reader during the Status List display.All/Perimeter, Home/Sleep/Away, or Home/Sleep/Away with Guest SystemCANCEL VERIFY or IS THIS A FALSE ALARM? displays. If a burglar alarm is valid, press VERIFY or NO to send averification message to the Central Station. If a valid alarm has not occurred, press CANCEL or YES to cancelthe alarm and send an Abort or Cancel message to the CentralStation and the security system will be disarmed. 2015 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.This information is subject to change without notice.

XR500/XR100 User GuideTable of ContentsSectionPageIntroduction. 1XR500 and XR100 Systems.1About Your Security System.1Emergency Evacuation Plans.2DMP Keypads.3The Select keys.4Power/Armed LED.4Panic Functions.57/0 Panic Function.5Common Keys on All Keypads.6Entering Alpha Characters.6Entering Non-Alpha Characters.6Using the Keypad.7Keypad User Options.8Special Keypad Tones.8DMP Wireless.9Special Wireless Displays. 10Special Keypad Displays. 10Email/Cell Phone Messages. 11MyAccess Text Messaging Commands . 11Understanding Security System Terms. 11Arming and Disarming . 14General Arming Operation. 14Key Fob Arming.16Key Fob Disarming. 16Area System Arming Operation. 16Area System Disarming Operation. 17SectionPageAll/Perimeter System Arming. 18All/Perimeter System Disarming. 19Home/Sleep/Away and Home/Sleep/Awaywith Guest System Arming. 20Home/Sleep/Away and Home/Sleep/Awaywith Guest System Disarming. 21Extending Schedules. 22Keypad Shortcut Keys. 23User Menu. 24Accessing the User Menu. 24User Menu Options. 24Alarm Silence.25Sensor Reset.25Door Access.25Armed Areas Display. 26Outputs On Off.26Zone Status.27Bypass Zones.27Zone Monitor.28System Status.29System Test.29User Profiles.30User Codes.34Forgive Failure to Exit. 36Ambush Code.37Schedules.37Setting the Date and Time. 42XR500/XR100 User Guidei

Add User Profiles Browser. 58Display Events.43Change User Profiles Browser. 59Service Request.43Delete User Profiles Browser. 59Fire Drill.43Output Groups Browser. 60System Setup. 44Outputs On/Off Browser. 60System Setup Record. 44Appendix C. 61Keypad Record.44User Disarm and Entry. 61Key Fob Button Programming. 45Entering User Names. 61Area Names and Numbers Record. 46User Profiles Record. 47Appendix D. 62User Codes Record.48DMP Wireless Description . 62Schedules Record.49Appendix E. 63Holiday Date Record. 50Easy Entry User’s Guide. 63Output Record.50Appendix F. 65Appendix A. 51Email/Cell Phone Message User’s Guide. 65About the Display Events Section. 51MyAccess Text Messaging Commands. 66Arming and Disarming Event Displays. 52Arming All Areas with Text Message Commands. 66Zone Event Displays. 52Check Armed Status Text Command. 67Supervisory Event Displays. 52Subscribe to Text Messages. 67User Code Change Event Displays. 52Frequently Asked Questions. 68Zone Bypass Event Displays. 52Common Keypad Displays. 69Door Access Event Displays. 53System Monitor Event Displays. 53Schedule Change Event Displays. 54Wireless Jamming Event Displays. 54Wireless Trouble Event Displays. 54Appendix B. 55Zone Status Browser. 55Bypass Zones Browser. 56Zone Monitor Browser. 56Add User Codes Browser. 57Change User Codes Browser. 57Delete User Codes Browser. 58iiXR500/XR100 User Guide

XR500 and XR100 SystemsIntroductionThis Guide covers operation of the XR500 Series and the XR100Series system.About Your Security SystemThe system has been designed with your safety and comfort inmind. It uses the latest in computer based technology to createthe most advanced, user friendly security, fire, and access controlsystem available.The system combines ease of use with a simple to understand DMPkeypad to offer the full range of features requested by today’ssecurity system owners.Use the system to turn portions of your protection on or off bypressing a few keys, or have the system turn on or off automaticallyby entering a simple schedule. You can add, delete, and changepersonal user codes at any time or check the status of protectiondevices in the system.Parts of the SystemThere are two main parts to the security system, the keypad andthe keypad User Menu.KeypadThis is the device we have placed at certain locations throughoutthe premises that allow you to turn the system protection on andoff using your personal user code.Keypad User MenuThe keypad provides a simple User Menu containing all of thefunctions you need to fully operate your system such as changingthe time of day or a personal user code.IntroductionA Note About False AlarmsOne of the most important concerns facing the security industrytoday is false alarms. The accidental dispatching of police andfire agencies places others in jeopardy by limiting the responsecapability of those emergency service units.As part of our commitment to reducing false alarms, we would liketo encourage you to read this guide thoroughly. All the informationcontained here can help you quickly, and comfortably, learn thesystem operation. If you have any additional questions, or feelthat you need more training, please do not hesitate to contactyour alarm dealer.Note: There may be a 30-second alarm communication delaypre‑programmed at installation to allow disarming if a false alarmoccurs. This delay is optional and can be removed or increased to45 seconds by your alarm dealer.Test Your System WeeklyIt is recommended that you test the burglary portion of yoursystem at least once each week. Testing should involve an activetest of all doors, windows, and motion detectors connected to yoursystem. If your system also has fire protection, call the servicedepartment to find out how this portion of your system should betested.Refer to the System Test section of this guide for instructions ontesting the burglary portion of your system and refer to the FireDrill section for instructions on testing your system fire bells.XR500/XR100 User Guide1

Emergency Evacuation PlansThe National Fire Protection Association recommends that youestablish an emergency evacuation plan to safeguard lives in theevent of a fire or other emergency.Draw a Floor Plan of Your Home or BusinessOn a clean sheet of paper, draw the walls, windows, doors, andstairs. Also draw any obstacles that a person may encounter whileexiting the building such as large furniture or appliances.Early DetectionThe best way to survive a fire or other emergency is to get outearly. The installation of a fire alarm system, with smoke andcarbon monoxide detectors in each room, can greatly decreaseyour risk of loss or injury.First FloorDevelop Escape RoutesDetermine at least two routes the occupants in each room cantake to safely escape. One route can be the most obvious suchas the door. Another can be through a window that can be easilyopened. If the window is high off the ground, an escape laddershould be provided.Draw arrows on the floor plan to show escape routes from eachroom.Decide Where to MeetPrearrange a meeting place outside and away from whereemergency personnel are likely to be working. A neighbor’s houseor across the street in front of the house are good locations. Alwaysperform a head count to make sure all occupants safely exited.NEVER ENTER A BURNING BUILDING. If the head count shows oneor more persons missing, give this information immediately to theauthorities. Never enter a building to look for someone.Second FloorFire EscapeWindow LadderBuilding FrontBuilding BackPractice Your Escape PlansDevising an escape plan is only the beginning. For the plan to beeffective everyone should practice escape routes from