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CYS-KLED Condominium Mode User Manual

Cyber Suite A TAG Co.

LED Keypad CYS- KLED - www.taggroup.ca

CyberSuite LED Keypad

1.0 INTRODUCTION

Your CyberSuite System Is an advanced technology security system that will provide you with reliable security protection and powerful features that are easy to use.

The elegant and user-friendly LED keypad will allow you easy access to your security systems basic functions at the touch of a key.

1.1 LEGEND

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The light bulb: Indicates useful information or a tip.

Bold: Indicates information that must be entered in the keypad and keys that must be pressed

Italics: Indicates the LEDs displayed during specific actions.

2.0 BASIC OPERATION

The following section will Introduce you to the functions of the keys and indicators on your LED keypad.

LED Keypad's Keys and Indicators

CyberSuite Alarm Keypad

2.1 LED Display

For the location of the LEDs on the LED keypad refer to figure above.

Arming Display

  • The Arm LED illuminates to indicate that the area is armed.
  • Force LED: If flashing, the area is force armed.
  • Stay LED: If flashing, the area is stay armed.
  • Inst LED: If flashing, the area is instant armed.
  • Byp LED: If illuminated, armed area contains bypassed zones. (see "Bypass Display")

Alarm Display

The Arm LED flashes to indicate that the area is in alarm.

LEDs 1 to 4:

  • if illuminated, the corresponding zone is open.
  • if flashing, the corresponding zone is tampered/shorted.

Programming Display

The Prog LED initially flashes to indicate that you are in the programming menu. Once you enter the user number to program, the Prog LED illuminates to indicate that you are programming a user code.

Arm LED:

  • If illuminated, the user number is already used.
  • If flashing, the user number is empty.

Bypass Display

The Byp and Acc LEDs flash to indicate that you are in the bypass menu.

LEDs 1 to 4:

  • if illuminated, the corresponding zone is bypassed.
    if turned off, the corresponding zone is not bypassed.

Chime Display

The Byp and the Acc LEDs flash to indicate that you are in the chime menu.

LEDs 1 to 4:

  • if illuminated, the corresponding zone is a chime zone.
  • if turned off, the corresponding zone is not a chime zone.

Memory Display

The Mem LED initially illuminates to indicate that the area has an alarm in memory. When accessing the Memory menu, the Men an the Acc LEDs flash.

LEDs 1 to 4:

  • if illuminated, the corresponding zone caused the alarm.
  • If flashing quickly, the alarm was caused by a trouble zone.
  • If flashing slowly, the alarm was caused by a zone other than the LED keypads's 4 zones.

Trouble Display

The Trbl LED initially illuminates to indicate that the system has a trouble.

When accessing the trouble menu, the Trbl and the Acc LEDs flash.

1 LED: if illuminated, indicates an AC Failure.

2 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Battery Fault.

3 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Reporting Fault.

4 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Telephone Fault/ Line Missing.

5 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Zone Fault.

6 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Fire Loop.

7 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Power Failure.

8 LED: If illuminated, indicates a Bell/Siren Fault.

9 LED: If illuminated, indicates a System Fault.

10 LED: If illuminated, indicates an Access Fault.

2.2 Keys

For the location of the keys on the LED Keypad refer tofigure.

Enter a valid user code, press Enter and perform one of the actions described below.

STAY

Use the STAY key (or the 4 key) to stay arm the area, system.

FORCE

Use the FORCE key (or the 5 key) to force arm the area.

INSTANT

Use the INSTANT key (or the 6 key) to instant arm the area.

BYPASS

Use the BYPASS key (or the 1 key) to bypass zones in the area.

ARM

Use the ARM key to regular arm the area.

DISARM

Use the DISARM key to disarm the area.

CHIME

Use the CHIME key (or the 9 key) to program chime zones.

PROGRAM

use the PROG key (or the 0 key) to program user codes.

MEMORY

Use the 2 key to view the alarm memory.

TROUBLE

Use the 3 key to view the troubles that occurred in the system.

3.0 USER CODES

User codes allow access to the system. Your system supports up to 4 user codes. Codes are given a user number between 01 and 04 (user number 01 is the System Master). User codes can be from 1 to 8 digits in length.

Table 1: User Numbers

User Number Name
01 System Master (Default Code:1234)
02 User
03 User
04 User

3.1 SYSTEM MASTER CODE (DEFAULT: 1234)

The System Master Code will give you access to all the features available on your system as well as the ability to add, modify, or delete any user code.

We suggest that you change this code to prevent others from accessing and changing your options without authorization. By default the System Master Code is 1234.

3.2 PROGRAMMING USER CODES

Only the System Master can program the user codes in the system. Duplicate user codes are not accepted by the system.

How Do I Program User Codes?

  1. Enter the System Master Code (default: 1234) and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.
  2. Press the PROG or the 0 key.

    The Prog LED flashes slowly.
  3. Enter the 2-digit user number of the user you wish to program (i.e. 01 to 04).

    If the user number is empty: the Prog LED illuminates and the Arm LED flashes.
    If the user number is already used: the Prog and the Arm LEDs illuminate.
  4. Use the keys from 0 to 9 to type a new user code from 1 to 8 digits in length.
  5. Press Enter to save the new user code or Clear to return to the Access menu without saving the code.
    The Prog and Arm LEDs turn off The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform another action.
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If a duplicate user code is entered, or if the user code is invalid, the keypad emits one long beep and stays in the programming menu.

Type another user code and press Enter to save the other user code.

  1. Press Clear to log out completely.

    All the LEDs turn off.

4.0 ARMING

When your system is armed, it can respond to any breach in the protected zones by causing an alarm and sending a report to your central monitoring station.

4.1 EXIT DELAY TIMER

When you arm the system, it will trigger the, Exit Delay.

Timer to provide you with enough time to exit the protected area before the system is armed.

4.2 REGULAR ARMING

This method is used for the everyday arming of your system.

All zones within the protected area must be closed to regular arm the system.

How Do I Regular Arm the Area?

  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.
  2. Press ARM to regular arm the area.

    If arming successful:
    the keypad beeps 4 times and logs you out. The Arm LED illuminates.
    If arming failed: the keypad emits one long beep and logs you out .

4.3 STAY ARMING

Stay arming will partially arm your system to permit you to remain in your home or office by arming the outer zones (perimeter) of the protected area (i.e. doors and windows)

How Do I Stay Arm the Area?

  1. Enter your User Cede and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.
  2. Press the STAY or the 4 key to stay arm the area.

    If arming successful: The Arm LED illuminates and the Stay LED flashes to indicate that the area is stay armed. The keypad logs you out.
    If arming failed: the keypad emits one long beep and logs you out .

4.4 INSTANT ARMING

Instant arming is similar to stay arming. Instant arming partially arms your system to permit you to remain in your home or office by arming the outer (perimeter) zones of the protected area (i.e. doors and windows). However, instant arming ignores any Entry or Exit Delays. Therefore, if any armed zone is breached, the alarm triggers instantly.

How Do I Instant Arm the Area?

  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can. perform an action.
  2. Press the INSTANT or the 6 key to instant arm the area.

    If arming successful: The Arm LED illuminates and the Inst LED flashes to indicate that the area is instant armed. The keypad logs you out
    If arming failed: the keypad emits one long beep and logs you out.

4.5 FORCE ARMING

Force arming allows you to quickly arm your system when zones are open. However, if the open zone closes, the system will then arm that zone as well.

How Do I Force Arm the Area?

  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action
  2. Press the FORCE or the 5 key to force arm the area.

    If arming successful: The Arm LED illuminates and the Force LED flashes to indicate that the area is force armed. The keypad logs you out
    If arming failed: the keypad emits one long beep and logs you out.

5.0 ZONES

Zones are protected spaces within the area which are monitored by the alarm system. Zones can be protected by devices such as magnetic door contacts and motion detectors.

5.1 PROGRAMMING CHIME ZONES

The keypads can be programmed to emit rapid, intermittent beeps whenever designated zones are opened. These zones are chime zones.

How Do I Program Chime Zones?

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  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.


    Make sure that the area is disarmed
    before programming chime zones.
  2. Press the Chime or the 9 key to program chime zones.

    The Prog and Acc LEDs flash slowly. The LEDs corresponding to zones that are already chime zones are illuminated.
  3. Enter the 2-digit number of the zone you want to chime or unchime (i.e. 01 to 04). You can chime or unchime more that one zone at a time.

    The LEDs of the zones you chime illuminate while the LEDs of the zones you unchime turn off.
  4. Press Enter to save the changes or Clear to return to the Access menu without saving the changes.

    The Prog LED turns off The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform another action.
  5. Press Clear to log out completely.

    All LEDs turn off.

5.2 BYPASSING ZONES

If a zone remains open after an attempt is made to arm an area or if you need for the system to ignore a zone, the zone can be bypassed. When zones are bypassed, they will be ignored the next time the area is armed. Once your area is disarmed, the system will unbypass the zone.

How Do I Bypass Zones?

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  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.


    Make sure that the area is disarmed
    before bypassing or restoring zones.
  2. Press the BYPASS or the 1 key to bypass zones.

    The Byp and Acc LEDs flash slowly. The LEDs corresponding to zones that are already bypassed are illuminated.
  3. Enter the 2-digit number of the zone you want to bypass or restore (i.e. 01 to 04) You can bypass or restore more than one zone at a time.

    The LEDs of the bypassed zones illuminate while the LEDs of the restored zones turn off
  4. Press Enter to save the changes or Clear to return to the Access menu without saving the changes.

    The Byp LED turns off. The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform another action.
  5. Press Clear to log out completely.

    All LEDs turn off.
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When arming the area, the Arm and Byp LEDs illuminate
to indicate that the area contains bypassed zones.

6.0 DISARMING

When your system is disarmed, it deactivates any alarm in progress, and it deactivates the zones so the alarm will not be triggered if zones are breached.

6.1 ENTRY DELAY TIMER

Your installer will program designated entry points (i.e. the front door) with an Entry Delay Timer. This delay gives you time to enter the armed premises and enter your code to disarm your system before the alarm is triggered.

6.2 DISARMING AN ARMED SYSTEM

How Do I Disarm the System?

  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.

    The Arm LED is illuminated, indicating that the area is armed.
  2. Press the DISARM key to disarm the area.

    The Arm LED turns off The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform another action.
  3. Press Clear to log out completely.

    All LEDs turn off.

7.0 TROUBLE AND MEMORY DISPLAY

7.1 ALARM MEMORY DISPLAY

Your system will record all alarms that occurred during the last armed period. The zones in alarm will remain in the Alarm Memory until they are acknowledged. When an alarm occurs, the Arm LED flashes quickly and the Mem LED illuminates along with the LED(s) corresponding to the zone(s) that caused the alarm.

How Dot View the Alarm Memory?

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  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.


    Make sure that the area is disarmed
    before viewing the alarm memory.


  2. Press the 2 (MEMORY) key to access the alarm memory.

    The Mem and Acc LEDs flash slowly.

    If the alarm was caused by one of the keypad's zones: The zone that caused the alarm first will illuminate.

    If the alarm was caused by a trouble zone: The first 4 LEDs will flash quickly.

    If the alarm was caused by a zone other than one of the keypad's zones: the first 4 LEDs will flash slowly.

  3. Press Enter to acknowledge the first zone. This will remove the zone from the Alarm Memory. If another zone also caused the alarm, it will then be displayed. Press Enter again to acknowledge the second zone, etc. When the last zone is acknowledged, the keypad automatically returns to the Access menu.

    The LED corresponding to the first zone turns off If there is another zone that caused the alarm, the LED corresponding to the next zone illuminates. When the last zone is acknowledged, the Mem LED turns off.
    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform another action.
  4. Press Clear to log out completely.

    All LEDs turn off.

7.2 TROUBLE DISPLAY

When a trouble occurs, your system records the trouble and the Trbl LED illuminates. The troubles will remain illuminated until they are fixed. You cannot clear a trouble from an LED keypad.

How Do I View Troubles?

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  1. Enter your User Code and press the Enter key.

    The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform an action.


    Make sure that the area is disarmed
    before viewing a trouble.

  2. Press the 3 (TROUBLE) key to access the trouble display.

    The Trbl and Acc LEDs flash slowly. The LEDs corresponding to the troubles that are present in the system illuminate.

    1: AC Failure
    2: Batten/Fault
    3: Reporting Failure
    4: Telephone Fault/Line Missing
    5: Zone Fault
    6: Fire Loop
    7: Power Failure
    8: Bell/Siren Fault
    9: System Failure
    10: Access Failure
  3. Press Clear to exit the trouble display.

    The Trbl LED turns off. The Acc LED flashes slowly, indicating that you can perform another action.
  4. Press Clear to log out completely.

    All LEDs turn off.