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Ge Concord 4 Owners Manual

GE Security hereby grants the purchaser of this product a limited, non-exclusive license to practice the methods patented in the identified patents solely with products manufactured, sold or licensed by GE Security. CODE or 1 CODE Cancel an accidental alarm. Press and hold both POLICE buttons for 2 seconds. Send an auxiliary alarm. Press and hold both AUXILIARY buttons for 2 seconds. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Touchpads display date and time or programmed text and the sys- system. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Leave the door open if you are planning to not close the door behind you.The system will rearm to 2—STAY. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Changing the arming level restores delay doors to their normal Exit and Entry Delay times. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. You cannot turn on a specific light using a keychain touchpad. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Panic Alarms Panic alarms are easily activated from any touchpad to quickly alert the central monitoring sta- tion to a Fire, Police, or Auxiliary emergency so the correct personnel can be dispatched immedi- Concord 4 Series Security Systems. The time-out period can only be programmed by your installer or dealer. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. The Touchpad Tamper Feature The installer can program your system to activate a Police alarm in the case of possible touchpad tampering. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. For example, if 0723 the current time is 7:23 a.m., press Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. CODE System or Partition Master 0660 2. Press 3. The touchpad displays “AWAY.” Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Any regular user code can be programmed with this attribute. See “Assigning Code Attributes”. Concord 4 Series Security Systems.

Contact the installer if you would like to turn the Notify by Exception feature on or off for any programmed pager or the central station. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. By default, the System Master is the only code that can jump partitions. Refer to the “Appendix A: User Sheets” to see if any other access codes have the ability to jump partitions. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. The display shows “ENTER CODE”. 2. Enter your Access Code. The display shows all the partitions that will be disarmed. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. User information is shown in the following table. Detail Screen Display User U001 - U096 Wireless Touchpad or Keyfob Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. CODE Then enter Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Continue pressing even if you hear the system voice interrupt with a system status. Off-site Touchtone phones cannot activate this alarm. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. System test 3. Follow the test procedure for each device as listed in the following table. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Most phone tests take only a few minutes, however, your system will try for up to 15 minutes to establish a connection if necessary. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. The table on the next page describes the conditions under which trouble beeps occur and when they begin. (These sounds are heard from interior sirens and touchpads if available.) Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Call your security dealer for service. BUS FAILURE UNIT NN There is a problem with one of the peripheral devices in your system. Call your security dealer for service. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Press the reset switch. Enter Disarm command twice. System Information System Information Code Factory code System number System level Software version Concord 4 Series Security Systems.

Contact your dealer for information or service. 1 short beep every minute during the last 5 minutes of sensor test. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Use this example as a guide to draw your own floor plan. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Show exits from each room (two exits per room are recommended). Show the location of all security system components. Show the locations of any fire extinguishers. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. If it is not monitored, no central station reports will be made. The light on the smoke detector remains lit until it is reset. For example, “ABC Bank” or “The Jones’”. They will restart after five seconds with no keypresses. You must enter your access code to completely disarm the system. Touchpads display date and time or programmed text and the system sounds one long beep. Touchpads display, “ENTER CODE.” Touchpads display, “Armed to STAY” and the system sounds two short beeps. Touchpads display, “ENTER CODE.” Touchpads display, “ARMED TO AWAY” and the system sounds three short beeps. Leave the door open if you are planning to come back in! The system will rearm to 2-STAY. See the “Quick Arm” section in this manual. The system sounds two or three short beeps. See “Quick Arm” for more information. Close all others. The touchpad emits protest beeps and displays “PROTEST,” because of the open sensor(s). Touchpads with displays show, “BYPASSED ZONES 01,” or “SENSOR 01 BYPASSED,” for example. See “Appendix A: Keychain Touchpads” for more information. To change System and Partition Master codes please see Appendix C: “Using Programming Menus”. For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 0 where nn is the user 00 through 15. For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 0 where nn is the user 00 through 15. For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 1 where nn is the user 00 through 15. For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 2 where nn is the user 00 through 15.

For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 3 where nn is the user 00 through 15. For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 4 where nn is the user 00 through 15. The numbers appear as you press the corresponding button. Remove undesired partition numbers by pressing the corresponding button. The numbers disappear from the display. The touchpad displays the new stop time. Refer to “Appendix A: User Sheets” to determine which light number is associated with which lamp. Refer to “Appendix A: User Sheets” to determine which output is associated with which output number. If Quick Arm feature is on, an access code is not required. See “Quick Arm” for more information. The partition assignment reverts back if no touchpad buttons are pressed for 10 seconds. The partition assignment reverts back if no touchpad buttons are pressed for 10 seconds. The display shows “ENTER CODE”. The display shows all the partitions that will be armed. The display shows “ENTER CODE”. The display shows all the partitions that will be disarmed. This time the panel will answer (“System hello,”) on the first ring. You hear a short status message, such as, “System is OK.” The panel will answer “System hello” after the twelfth ring. You hear a short status message, such as, “System is OK.” This can result in authorities being dispatched to the site, which could result in a fine. The system will not let you enter sensor test mode unless it is disarmed. If the battery is an Alkaline AA or AAA, change the battery. If the battery is any other type, call your security dealer for service. If you hear a dial tone, call your security dealer for service. If you don’t hear a dial tone from any phones, telephone service in your area may be out. Control Panel (600-1021-95R Concord 4, 600-1022-95R Concord Express V4, Concord express Security System pdf manual download. ITI Part No. 60-806 Security System GE Concord 4 Series Installation Instructions Manual.

Security Concord Express Installation Instructions i. Content. Notices. described previously, the only difference being that you must use the ITI 60-. 679-CN Class II your security dealer can install a special key and keyswitch in your home. For Concord Express V4 systems, press 030 nn 0, where nn is the user number ge security concord express installation manual ProTec. Home Security (GE Interlogix) Napco Security Systems. Nutech (GE ITI Concord Owner's Manual ITI. This manual provides information for planning, installing, programming, and testing Allows use of up to 96 (Concord 4) or 32 (Concord Express v4) 319.5. See the Installation Instructions for details. CareTaker Security (37 pages). Security System ITI Concord Express User Manual. (32 pages). ge security concord express installation manual ProTec Home Installation Instructions. Document Number:. This manual provides information for planning, installing. Use of the HIM with the Concord Express panel has. Hackers guide to vfp, Permobil c500 technician manual, Family outing ep 17 2-9 form, Teacher training personal statement tips uc, Nogoum fm app guide. Reload to refresh your session. Reload to refresh your session. If you lose the code, you will have to shut down the entire alarm system and reset it. The security system utilizes more than 96 sensors that are positioned in the home and transmit a signal to a central computer with a hardwired keypad connected to a phone line. The main control panel will emit beeps and display an alarm code when the sensors detect an intruder or a fire. It can also beep when a false alarm is sent to the panel by a malfunctioning sensor. Troubleshoot your GE Security Concord 4 and stop the beeping alarm system. The beeping will be different for each arming setting level. Read the status code on the display of the GE Security Concord 4 to determine what caused the security alarm to beep.

Look up the status code in the GE Concord 4 Security System Manual (see Resources) to determine what caused the beeps and fix the problem, as there may be a low battery in the sensors that need to be replaced or an open door that someone forgot to shut. The display will flash to indicate that you turned off the trouble beeps.She has produced works for Red Anvil Publishing and was one of the top 10 finalists in the 2007 Midnight Hour Short Story Contest for OnceWritten.com. Rohlin holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in English from Madonna University. Show Comments. Consider upgrading your browser to Chrome, Firefox or newer versions of Internet Explorer for the best browsing experience! You may use the product manuals only for non-commercial purposes, and you may not reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or publish any portion of the product manuals without the third party owner’s prior consent. Unauthorized use strictly prohibited. Is there a P1 on the display. This means Partition 1 and is not a trouble. This is standard on ALL systems. Is siren going off? ENTER CODE to stop siren. Disarming - Press the Disarm button and follow prompt to ENTER CODE. Level 2 Stay Arm perimeter doors and windows only. 1. Close all protected doors and windows. 2. Press 2. The keypad will display ENTER CODE. 3. Enter your access code. The keypad will display Armed to Stay and the system will sound two short beeps. Level 3 Away Arm perimeter door and window sensors and interior motion sensors for maximum protection. 1. Close all protected doors and windows. 2. Press 3. The keypad will display ENTER CODE. 3. Enter your access code. The keypad will display Armed to Away and the system will sound three short beeps. 4. Exit through designated door immediately. Note: If you arm your system in AWAY mode, but do not open and close a door, the system will automatically change to STAY mode to prevent a false alarm.

GE Concord 4 Quick User Guide Page 2 Use the zone bypassing feature when you want to arm the system, but skip a zone that you want to leave open or requires service. Bypassed zones will not be able to sound an alarm. Sensor Reset Note: If unable to reset a sensor, call Keyhole Security for service. Wireless smoke sensors reset themselves automatically, once they are clear of smoke. Some hardwired smoke detectors must be manually reset once they are clear of smoke. If sirens are still active, they will stop now. Access Codes Master Access Code The master code is the only code that can add and delete other user codes and perform other various functions (such as entering date and time) on the alarm system. The master code can be changed, but cannot be deleted. User Access Codes The system will allow up to 229 individual user codes. As codes are added and deleted, keep a list in a safe location for reference. An accurate list will help track codes as future changes are made. GE Concord 4 Quick User Guide Page 3. Keypad Panic Buttons Press and hold POLICE button (blue shield) for 2 seconds. Siren will sound. If monitored, emergency service will be sent. Enter code to stop siren when emergency is over. Press and hold MEDICAL button (green cross) for 2 seconds. Siren will not sound. If monitored, emergency service will be sent. Enter code to cancel medical panic when emergency is over. Press and hold FIRE button (red flame) for 2 seconds. When activated, two beeps will sound at the keypad whenever a door or window is opened. GE Concord 4 Quick User Guide Page 4 They will resume after four hours unless the problem has been corrected. If the transformer is plugged in, check the circuit breaker or fuse that controls that outlet. The backup battery will take over, but if AC power is not restored within 15 minutes, the system and the monitoring company will alert you (if your system is monitored). It will report again when the power is restored.

The emergency backup battery in the control panel is low and must be recharged or replaced. If AC power is out, the security system will shut down once the battery is below the operating level. When AC power is restored, the panel recharges the battery. If the low battery condition exists for more than 24 hours after AC power is restored, the battery is too old to fully charge and must be replaced. If the low battery is not related to a power outage, then the battery needs to be replaced. Batteries are available at Keyhole Security or call for service. There is a problem with how the sensor is communicating with the panel. Try testing the sensor in Test Mode. If testing the sensor does not clear the trouble, call Keyhole Security for service. Test the sensor in the Test Mode. If testing the sensor does not clear the trouble condition, call Keyhole Security for service. A sensor has a low battery. Call Keyhole Security if service is required. A sensor cover is off or open. Secure the cover and trip the sensor to clear the tamper condition. The system can t communicate with the monitoring company. The system tries to report to the Central Station three times before indicating Phone Failure Trouble, then makes five more reporting attempts. If your phones are working, call Keyhole Security for service. You must clear a phone failure trouble before your system will let you clear any other trouble. There is a receiver failure or receiver interference problem. Call Keyhole Security for service. There is a system memory failure. There is a problem with the cellular backup reporting portion of your system. There is a problem with the power supplied to parts of the system. There is a problem with one of the peripheral devices in your system. GE Concord 4 Quick User Guide Page 5 Press STATUS. This will silence the beeping and let you know where the trouble is.

Is there a flashing ARMED Light is on when armed; off when disarmed; flashes to indicate a previous Your home is now protected by the most advanced security technology available. This guide is intended to familiarize you All rights FCC Part 15 Class GE Interlogix. www.ge-interlogix.com. Part No: 60-874-95R. Allegro. User Guide Should you have any questions or comments, please visit www.paradox.com and send us your comments. Table of Contents Vision is an advanced microprocessor based alarm system which provides fire and burglar The DESTINY has been designed to provide you with a maximum level of security The system can be programmed to communicate with a central monitoring station The entire manual should be carefully User s Manual Follow the instructions in the proceeding Paul, MN 55109 FCC Notices FCC Part 15 Information to the User Changes or modifications not expressly approved Peace of mind included.QUICK START GUIDE Your System Components BASIC HOME SECURITY EQUIPMENT INCLUDED IN YOUR WIRELESS PACKAGE Touchscreen Wireless Motion Arm to Level 2 HOME. Arm to Level 3 AWAY. Send a police alarm. The entire manual should be carefully Security System User's Guide Some terms widely used within Concord 4 Series Security Systems PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. www.pima-alarms.com Operating Guide. Proudly Designed and Manufactured in New Zealand To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policy, including cookie policy. Other trade. See the Installation Instructions for details. Alarm. Total system power and wire length guidelines. Getting to Know Your Security System. 3. Overview. 3. Communicating with the Panel. 4. Instructing the Panel. 4. Touchpads—Your System Interface. 4.4. Concord 4 User Manual. Your system may include optional components that Not just anyone can walk up to a touchpad and operate your security system.

GE Concord 4 System This is your SYSTEM STATUS; it tells you what is going on with the an 'Alarm Memory' display of the sensor that went into alarm. View and Download GE Security Concord 4 series user manual online. Concord 4 Series. Concord 4 series Security System pdf manual download. Also for: 466-2182 Rev. C. September 2005. Concord 4 Series Security. Systems Changes or modifications not expressly approved by GE Security can void the user's If you have any questions concerning these instructions, consult your local background image. g. GE Security. user guide. 466-2183 Rev A March 2005. Concord 4 Series Security Systems. Part Numbers: 600-1021-95R 600-1022-95R. Default Installer code: 4321. Default Master code: 1234. Press 8, installer code, 00 (default 4321). The keypad should read ”SYSTEM PROGRAMMING”. Or before entering programming mode press 8, installer code, 02 to enroll the keypad as a programming keypad only. There are also shortcuts which work similar to programming locations, just type in the shortcut and it will jump you to that option, which is much easier than going up and down through the menus. The system will completely default and you will have to reprogramme it. The installer code will become 4321 and the master code will become 1234. This cannot be changed or removed in programming. Every sensor must be learnt in, wireless or hardwired. Usually the main boards 8 zones are already learnt in to zones 1-8, respectively. If you are adding a zone expander or wireless zones, every zone must be learnt in individually. It will now ask you to select a partition (1-6) and then a sensor group (zone type). If you are learning in multiple zones, I would recommend learning them all in as sensor group 13 (standard perimeter zone) then changing them individually in the edit sensors menu later. This can make testing easier, as sensor group 17 (standard motion sensor zone) will not show up as an open zone when the panel is disarmed.

One beep indicates the zone has learnt in and the keypad should jump to the next available zone to learn. You can easily shoot yourself in the foot when learning wired sensors in, especially if you are working in a busy building. I would suggest tripping each zone at the head end or expander by shorting out the zone terminal with a resistor. This way there is less room for error, as people move around in front of motions, etc. Otherwise, you may end up with your zone 5 learnt in as zone 2 and a huge headache. Every sensor must be learnt in, wireless or hardwired. It will now ask you to select a partition (1-6) and then a sensor group (zone type). This can make testing easier, as sensor group 17 (standard motion sensor zone) will not show up as an open zone when the panel is disarmed. One beep indicates the zone has learnt in and the keypad should jump to the next available zone to learn. The snapcard expander (60-757) is an 8 zone expander that plugs into the main board on the right hand side. On the snapcard, only 6 zones are available to use for any sensor and the other 2 are dedicated as fire zones. The superbus 2000 expander (60-774) must be wired into the keybus and has 8 zones that can be used. The zone expander itself does not represent a zone range like with other alarm panels. Select a spare zone you want to be the first zone on the expander. To make things easier, it is best to select a zone number with 7 spare zones following it. Select a partition and sensor group. Then use a resistor to short the first zone terminal on the zone expander. Select sensor text SHORTCUT 081 then scroll to select which zone you wish to program. Once selected, it will ask you for an item number from the word library. Each zone can have up to 16 items. An item is a word or a letter; letters are used if you wish to make your own word, not from the library. Here are some commonly used words: To gain access into the user menu, press 9, master code ( default is 1234 ).

The panel should read ”TIME AND DATE”. Select a code to alter. Enter the new 4-digit code. The panel should read ”TIME AND DATE”. If you wish to delete the code, just enter the system master code again instead of a new code. The system will recognize the master code and delete the current code. To assign partitions you must be in user menu programming. From normal run mode: If this does not work, you have to default the panel. The system will completely default and you will have to reprogramme everything. The installer code will become 4321 and the master code will become 1234. If you use backup numbers, the panel will attempt to dial out 16 times alternating between the numbers. If you do not programme numbers 2 and 3, it will attempt to dial out 8 times on phone number 1 before generating a communication fail trouble. By default the comms are not setup; however, programme these few shortcuts to be sure it is disabled: To program HEX digits, just hold the number key down. The serial number will be on the box the GSM came in and also on the top of the GSM above the SIM card. Make sure it is registered with Alarm.com.Once you have waited long enough, check the status LEDS on the GSM, you should have the red and yellow LEDs on solid.Be sure not to press anything at all other than listed above.A fault is indicated by the keypad emitting 5 short beeps every minute. There should also be a message on the keypad. The trouble will only silence for 10 hours and return if the fault is not fixed. It should charge up and clear the fault within 24 hours. If not, look at replacing the battery and remember to check the charging voltage coming out of the battery leads. This fault is for wireless zones. The most common cause is that the batteries are too low and need replacing. If it's a keyfob or other zone that shouldn't be sending a supervised signal by itself then it should be reprogrammed. A keyfob should be sensor group 1.

View all Sensor Groups If the trouble still persists, you may need to replace the sensor. Typically the zone should be normally closed, all wired zones need a 2K Ohm resistor across the zone when it is closed and an open loop when the zone is open or activated. A sensor trouble can be caused by a short on the zone. Check your wiring and delete the zone and relearn it to be sure it is NC. Replace the batteries in the identified zone. The trouble may take a while to clear. Try opening and closing the zone then press 1, installer code. If the trouble is still there, power cycle the panel and test the zone again to make sure the fault does not come back. If it's a hardwired sensor, double check your wiring and resistor value (all wired zones need a 2K Ohm resistor across the zone). You should be able to take the wireless sensor to the keypad, hold the tamper shut with your hand and press 1, installer code. If the fault does not clear, it may be a faulty sensor. If you are not wiring in a phone line and don't want the trouble displayed then follow the instructions under the Comms section above. If the receiver has not received a signal from any wireless device for 2 hours or something is jamming the signal, this fault will appear. Try and force a wireless zone to send a signal and see if the panel responds. Check the location of the panel, as the receiver is built in. Make sure the antennas have clear room and should have the plastic covers installed around them. If it increases then some device is pulling the voltage down. Add the device wires back in one at a time measuring to see which one is pulling it down. Once identified, check the wiring at the device as it could be a cable fault. Go into programming and check all bus device serial numbers learnt in and see which one is missing. If you were using a temporary keypad for programming and have removed it, you may have to go back into programming and delete the serial number. Shortcut 10000 D to delete.

Remove each of your zones and bus devices one at a time until the ground fault clears. Once you have identified where the fault is coming from, you can trace the cable. A ground fault can also be caused by a high voltage spike on the telco line. This is caused when you disconnect your programming keypad without first exiting programming mode. This will also send a supervisory trouble signal to the monitoring station, if monitored. You cannot connect piezos or bells to this output. The output can drive a single 8 Ohm speaker or a multiple speaker circuit of 8 Ohms or higher. When connecting two or more speakers, wire them in series. Wiring speakers in parallel can permanently damage the panel. The default configuration for these outputs is not ideal for a siren so I would recommend changing it to one of the settings listed below. Chime feature 14. No delay for instant alarm 14. Auto stay arming 16. Exit extension arming 16. Silent arming 16. g GE Security. Installation Instructions. 466-2182 Rev. C. September 2005. Concord 4 Series Security. Systems. Part Numbers: 600-1021-95R. 600-1022-95R. 600-1040. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. This manual provides information for installing a basic. UL Listed Fire and Security System. To modify or use. About this manual. This manual provides information for planning, installing, programming, and testing this security system. Planning sheets are included for you to record hardware layout and software programming settings. Use this manual for the following panels: 600-1021-95R. Concord 4 RF. 600-1022-95R. Concord. Alarm.com Account registration, Getting Started Guide Set up your alarm.com online account, activate features, notifications and more. Concord Brochure Interlogix Concord Brochure. Concord Express View and Download GE Concord 4 quick user manual online. GE Concord 4. Concord 4 Security System pdf manual download.

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