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    Cancelling an Alarm
    The process for cancelling an alarm is similar to unsetting the system. However, if a wireless
    keyfob or prox tag has been used, the alarms must be viewed on a keypad by typing in a user
    code and following the on-screen instructions. Only certain users are able to reset the system
    following an alarm condition. You installer will inform you which users have this ability.
    How to Restore an Alarm
    Alarms, faults and tampers will be restored provided:
    1. The cause has cleared.
    2. An authorised user PIN code or anti-code has been entered.
    3. The conditions have been viewed on the keypad display after steps 1 and 2 above.
    If a user cannot restore all the conditions, a temporary banner is displayed to indicate that a
    manager or engineer is required to restore the system. This lasts for 30 seconds before the
    normal banner is displayed.
    Alert Conditions
    If a fault condition occurs when the system is unset, an ‘Alert!’ message will be shown on the
    keypad accompanied by an intermittent beep. If this occurs, you should go to the nearest
    keypad and type in your PIN code and press ent. The keypad display will show what has
    happened. The scroll keys A> and B< should be used to scroll through the message screens. If
    the condition has cleared, pressing ent or esc will reset the fault condition. A fault condition
    cannot be reset if it has not cleared or if it has not been viewed by a user.
    If you cannot clear the fault condition yourself, always call the installer for advice. 
    Setting and Unsetting Groups
    It is possible to split the alarm system into separate areas or ‘Groups’ that can be set and unset
    independently. Different users can be given access to only certain groups, or to all groups.
    Also, individual users can be given the option of simply setting and unsetting all groups
    assigned to their code or choosing which groups to set or unset each time.
    Setting and Unsetting Without Group Choice
    When a user with access to multiple Groups, but no group choice, wants to set or unset, they
    should follow the standard procedures on the previous pages.
    Setting and Unsetting With Group Choice
    With group choice, setting is initiated as normal, using a code, tag or fob. However, a choice of
    groups will then be displayed along with the current status of each group.
    The status can be changed for each group by pressing the appropriate number button and the
    display will cycle through the possible options.
     123  123 123  123
    Pressing the ent key will implement the status shown.
    If a code, keyfob or tag is used while an entry timer is running or an alarm is in progress, the
    group that is active will be unset immediately, without any status needing to be changed on the
    Hot Keys
    When set by the engineer, three hot key functions are available on the keypads, by pressing a
    combination of two buttons. The three functions are Fire, Panic and Assistance. The Panic
    function can be extended to include keyfobs. The button combinations vary depending on
    keypad/keyfob type and are listed below.
    Mk7 LCD Keypad:Fire * and 8
    Panic * and 2
    Assistance * and 5
    6160 Keypad:Fire 3 and #
    Panic * and #
    Assistance 1 and *
    5804 Keyfob:Paniclower two buttons
    KTC805 Keyfob:PanicButtons 1 and 3 (marked SOS) S = SET
    U = UNSET
    NOTE:Local regulations may
    prohibit the use of the
    hot-key function. 
    							9 Users can then navigate around the menu using the scroll keys, ent key and esc key, or they
    can jump to any specific menu item directly by typing the number of the item. An overview of
    all the accessible functions is shown below. Not all users will be able to access all of the
    functions. This will depend on their ‘user type’ that is set up in menu 42.
    Table 1. Menu Access
    The function of each menu item is described in the following pages.
    10 = Setting 20 = Display 30 = Test 40 = Modify
    11 = Omit Zones 21 = Zone Status 31 = Walk Test 41 = Time/Date
    12 = Timed Set 22 = View Log 32 = Output Test 42 = Users
    13 = Part Set 23 = System Version 44 = Mobile Nos
    14 = Night Set 24 = Print 47 = Remote Access
    15 = Chime 48 = Level 3 Access
    10 = Setting 10 = Setting10 = Setting 10 = Setting
    10 = Setting
    [ent] to Select [ent] to Select[ent] to Select [ent] to Select
    [ent] to Select
    Menu Access
    To access the other functions of the system, users can enter the menu mode by typing their
    PIN code and pressing the ent button. This will display the first menu item after showing
    system status for five seconds. 
    							10 Menu 11 - Omit Zones
    This function allows a user to temporarily disable a detection zone from the system (for
    example, to disable a movement detector when a dog is left in the house). Zone omits last for
    one set period only and automatically switch off when the system is unset. On entering the
    menu option, the first omittable zone is displayed. The A> and B< scroll keys can be used to
    select the different zones in turn. To omit a particular zone, scroll to the zone so that it is
    displayed on screen. Press the # key and the message in the bottom left corner will change to
    ‘Omitted’. Select other zones as required in a similar way. When all zones have been selected as
    required, press ent to begin setting with the omitted zones, or esc to escape back out and save
    the omitted zones for setting later.
    Menu 12 - Timed Set
    This option initiates the timed full setting routine, identical to typing a PIN code and pressing
    the A> key.
    Menu 13 - Part Set
    This menu option initiates the timed Part Set routine as described earlier.
    Menu 14 - Night Set
    This menu option initiates the timed Night Set routine as described earlier.
    Menu 15 - Chime
    This menu option allows one or more zones to be put into Chime mode. When chime mode is
    enabled for a zone, the internal sounders will beep twice each time the detector on that zone is
    activated. This function can be useful, for example, in a shop to indicate when a customer has
    come through the front door.
    Menu 21 - Zone Status
    This menu option is used to show the status of each individual detection zone on the system.
    On entering the option, the first system zone will be displayed as shown:
    On the top row, the zone address is shown along with the zone function which toggles with
    the current status (open, closed, etc).
    NOTE:If groups are enabled, the group will be shown.
    1001 10011001 1001
    ZONE1status1001 10011001 1001
    ZONE1function1001G1 1001G11001G1 1001G1
    On the bottom row, the description of the zone is shown to aid identification.
    Using the A> and B< scroll keys, any of the zones on the system can be displayed.
    Additionally, pressing the # key will show additional diagnostic information for that zone. This
    may be required for fault finding when talking to the alarm installation company by phone. 
    							11 Menu 22 - View Log
    This option displays the system event log. The log records all events that occur in the system
    and is vital for tracing the chain of events during a break-in or when trying to trace a fault. On
    entering the option, the most recent event is displayed on screen in the following format:
    Pressing the B< key will jump backwards in time by one event. Pressing the A> key will jump
    forwards by one event.  Holding the scroll keys down will jump by one day at a time (Mk7
    keypad only) with the date only displayed whilst scrolling.
    Additional information about each event can be shown, where available, by pressing the # key.
    NOTE:If groups are enabled, you can select which groups to view before entering the log.
    Menu 23 - Display Version
    This menu option simply displays the software version number of the system.
    Menu 24 - Print
    This option allows system settings to be printed if a printer is connected to the system. If no
    printer is connected, it has no effect. On selecting the option, there is a sub-menu of 4 options,
    which chose what is to be printed. The options are as follows:
    1 = Codes
    Prints a list of all users on the system.
    2 = Zones
    Prints a list of all zones on the system.
    3 = Log
    Prints the event log.
    4 = All
    Prints options 1, 2 and 3.
    On selecting an option by pressing the appropriate key, a message will display that printing is
    in progress.Date
    09:51 09:5109:51 09:51
    01/08/04 01/08/0401/08/04 01/08/04
    1021+ 1021+1021+ 1021+
    Intruder IntruderIntruder Intruder
    Event Time
    Event Source
    Event Type 
    							12 Menu 31 - Walk Test
    This menu allows the zones to be manually tested. There are two sub-options to this function
    as follows:
    1 = Test all Zones
    This puts all omittable zones into walk test immediately.
    2 = Test Selected Zones
    This allows the user to select specific zones to be put into test. On selecting the option, the
    first zone is displayed with the zone number and description on the top row. On the bottom
    row, the test status is displayed. If the # key is pressed that zone is selected for test and the
    message in the lower corner displays as appropriate. Each zone can be toggled on or off by
    pressing the # key. When all zones have been selected for test as required, press the ent key to
    start the test, or the esc key to abort.
    Once the test has been started, any activation of a detector on test will cause the internal
    sounders to beep twice. The zone number and description will also display on the keypad.
    When more than one zone is activated at the same time, the scroll keys can be used to view all
    the active zones.
    NOTE:For wireless movement detectors, always ensure that the detectors on test are left
    undisturbed for three minutes before activating the walk test. This is because the
    wireless movement detectors will enter a sleep mode after being activated in order
    to save battery life during repeated activations.
    Press the esc key to end the walk test. All walk-tested zones will be recorded in the event log.
    Menu 32 - Output Test
    This menu option allows the external bell and strobe to be tested. There are two sub-options
    that select between the bell and strobe. Select the appropriate device and press ent. This will
    take the user to the status display to show the current condition of the device (on or off).
    Pressing the ent key will toggle the status on or off to test the device. Press esc to end the test.
    Menu 41 - Time/Date
    This option allows the system time and date to be set. On entering this menu, there are two
    sub options, A=Time and B=date. Pressing the A or B keys allows the time or date as appro-
    priate to be set by directly entering the new value. Time is entered in 24 hour notation and the
    date is entered in 6-digit notation, with two digits each for the day of the month, month and the
    Menu 42 - Editing Users
    The system can have up to 24 users (user 24 is the default master user). Each user can be
    assigned a PIN code, a Wireless keyfob and/or a prox tag. They are also assigned an access
    type, which dictates what the user can and can’t do. Menu 42 allows users to alter their own
    PIN code and allows Master users to add and remove users from the system, as well as manage
    users access rights.
    On entering menu 42, there is a sub-menu, 1=Users. On entering the sub-menu, the first user is
    displayed on the screen (normal users can only see their own user programming). 
    01 0101 01
    User 1 User 1User 1 User 1
    User 1
    *1234 *1234*1234 *1234
    User(L2) User(L2)User(L2) User(L2)
    The A> and B< keys are used to select the user to be edited. Pressing ent will show the options
    for that user, starting with the PIN option. Again, the A> and B<  keys can be used to move
    between the options. Pressing the ent  key allows the displayed option to be modified. Most
    users can only access the PIN option. Only Master users can access the other functions. The
    programmable options for each user are listed below:
    1 = PIN
    This allows a new 4, 5, or 6 digit PIN code to be entered.
    2 = Type
    This allows the user type to be selected. There are 4 types available to choose from:
    0 = CleanerCan only set and unset the system
    1 = UserCan do all day-to-day operation but cannot override fault conditions
    2 = ManagerAs per User but can override faults and reset alarms and tampers
    3 = MasterAs per Manager but can add, remove and alter user codes.
    3 = Group(s)
    If group choice is enabled, this will allow the groups that the user has access to to be altered.
    The numbers shown on the display indicate the groups that the user has access to. Pressing
    the appropriate number key toggles the group on or off.
    4 = Name
    This allows a 6-character label to be assigned to the user, to aid identification when viewing
    the event log.
    5 = RF Fob
    This allows a wireless keyfob to be assigned to the user. The fob serial number is shown in the
    bottom row. If a new fob is to be assigned it should be ‘learned’ in as follows:
    1. Press the star (*) key to start the learn process.
    2. Press any button on the keyfob. The display will indicate success.
    If a keyfob needs to be deleted, while the serial number is displayed, press the B< key to
    delete the serial number then press ent.
    6 = Prox Tag (Mk7 Keyprox Units Only)
    NOTE:For programming prox tags onto a 6160 keyprox, use menu 5 = RF Fob, but hold
    the tag up in place of steps 1 and 2.
    This option allows a prox tag to be entered or deleted. On entering the option, the serial
    number of the current tag that is programmed will be displayed. To delete the current tag, press
    the B< key until the serial number is cleared then press ent. To program a new tag, clear any
    current serial number then press the 1 and A> keys simultaneously then present the new tag in
    front of the prox symbol. The new serial number should appear on the screen. Press the ent key
    to save the new number. 
    7 = Duress
    The duress function, when enabled, forces a panic signal to be sent to the monitoring station
    each time the user PIN, fob or tag is used. Duress codes should only be used in emergency
    situations when there is a threat to life.
    Menu 44 - Mobile Numbers
    This option allows the SMS text messaging feature to be altered. The system can send event
    messages to up to three mobile phones by text messaging. The type of events that are sent can
    be individually selected for each of the three mobile phone numbers. In this menu option, there
    are three sub-menus, one for each of the mobile phones. On selecting a particular mobile (1 to
    3) and pressing ent, there are a further two sub-options as follows:
    1 = Mobile numbers
    This allows the actual mobile number to be entered. The number is entered directly by typing
    the number in directly at the keypad. A number can be deleted or corrected by repeatedly
    pressing the B< key. The number is saved by pressing ent.
    2 = Message type
    This allows the kind of events that are sent to this mobile number. There are four options:
    1 = Alarm events
    Just sends alarm activations.
    2 = Alarm & set events
    Sends alarms and all set & unset events.
    3 = Alarm & fault
    Sends all alarm events and fault conditions but not set & unset events.
    4 = All events
    Sends all of the above events as and when they occur.
    Menu 47 - Remote Access
    This menu option allows the user to initiate a remote service call when required by the installa-
    tion company. The remote servicing function allows the Galaxy alarm system to be remotely
    monitored and reprogrammed over the phone line, by way of a modem connection or GSM to a
    computer at the alarm installer’s premises at a predetermined phone number. This option should
    only be used when required by your installation company.
    Menu 48 - Level 3 Access
    This option is used to authorise access by an installation or service engineer. An engineer has
    a special access code that is only enabled when an appropriate user accesses this menu option
    and enables level 3 (installer) access by pressing the 1 key followed by ent. The engineer then
    has 5 minutes to enter his own code. 
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