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DE5468U 1
POWERMAX PRO USER GUIDE
Table of Contents
Compatibility of this Manual
..............................2
 
Quick Guide To Primary Alarm ControlOperations
...........................................................2
 
Contact list form
..................................................2
 
Luminous Indicator Signals
...............................2
 
Siren Signals
.......................................................3
 
Useful Hints For PowerMax Pro Users
............3
 
1. Introduction......................................................4
 
Overview
..............................................................4
 
System Features
................................................5
 
Terms of the Trade
.............................................6
 
Control Pushbuttons
...........................................6
 
Multi-Function Transmitter 
.................................7
 
Proximity Tag
......................................................7
 
Voice Announcements
.......................................7
 
Screen Saver Option
..........................................8
 
2. Securing the Protected Site............................9
 
Security-Related Pushbuttons
..........................9
 
Partition selection process
................................9
 
Preparing to Arm
................................................9
 
 Arming ‘AWAY’
...................................................9
 
 Arming ‘HOME'
...................................................9
 
Switching from ‘HOME’ to ‘AWAY’
...................9
 
Switching from ‘AWAY’ to ‘HOME’
.................10
 
 Arming AWAY ‘Instant’
....................................10
 
 Arming HOME ‘Instant’
....................................10
 
Forced Arming AWAY
......................................10
 
Forced Arming HOME
......................................10
 
 Arming in the Latchkey Mode
.........................11
 
Initiating a Panic Alarm
....................................11
 
Initiating Fire Alarm
..........................................11
 
Initiating Emergency Alarm
.............................11
 
Disarming and Stopping Alarms
.....................11
 
Siren Behavior 
..................................................12
 
Proximity Tags
..................................................12
 
Display when Partitioning is enabled
.............13
 
3. Speech And Sound Control..........................14
 
Speech & Sound Cont. Push-buttons
............14
 
 Adjusting the Speech Volume
.........................14
 
Voice ON/OFF
..................................................14
 
Message Exchange
..........................................14
 
Message Playback
...........................................15
 
Chime ON/OFF
.................................................15
 
4. Electrical Appliance Control.........................16
 
Control Options and Pushbuttons
..................16
 
Manual Switch-On
............................................16
 
Manual Switch-Off 
............................................16
 
Light DIM/BRIGHT
...........................................16
 
 Automatic ON/OFF Control
.............................16
 
5. Reading Alarm Memory And Trouble Data18
 
Reviewing Alarm/Tamper Memory
................18
 
Reviewing Trouble Information
......................18
 
Reviewing Memory & Troubles at the SameTime
...................................................................19
 
Correcting Trouble Situations
.......................19
 
6. Special Functions.........................................20
 
Looking after People Left at Home
................20
 
Emergency Calls for Help
...............................20
 
Remote Control by Telephone
.......................20
 
Reporting to Private Telephone
.....................22
 
Remote Control by SMS
.................................22
 
Reporting by SMS
............................................23
 
Reporting Messages to a Pager 
....................23
 
Conducting a Walk-Test
..................................24
 
7. User Settings.................................................25
 
What are the Settings You Need?
.................25
 
Entering the User Settings Menu
...................25
 
Bypassing Zones
.............................................26
 
Reviewing the Bypassed Zone List
...............26
 
Recalling the Last Bypass Scheme
...............27
 
Programming 4 Telephone Numbers
............27
 
Setting the User Codes
...................................27
 
Enrolling Keyfob Transmitters
........................28
 
Deleting Keyfob
................................................28
 
Enrolling Proximity Tags
.................................28
 
Deleting Proximity Tags
..................................32
 
Setting the Voice Options
...............................32
 
 Automatic Arming Option
................................32
 
Setting Arming Time
........................................32
 
Enabling the Squawk Option
..........................33
 
Setting Time and Time Format
......................33
 
Setting the Date and Date Format
.................33
 
Scheduler Function
..........................................34
 
8. Reading The Event Log................................35
 
Event Log Description
.....................................35
 
Reading Procedure
..........................................35
 
9. Maintenance..................................................36
 
Replacing the Backup Battery
........................36
 
Replacing Wireless Sensors Batteries
.............36
 
Periodic Testing
...............................................36
 
Cleaning the Control Panel
............................36
 
10. Performance Limits....................................37
 
APPENDIX A. GLOSSARY................................38
 
APPENDIX B. HOME FIRE ESCAPE PLANNING.........................................................................39
 
FCC STATEMENT..............................................40
 
 
2 DE5468U
Compatibility of this Manual
This manual should be used with PowerMax Pro v5.2.07 and above.
Quick Guide To Primary Alarm Control Operations
QUICK REFERENCE TO PRIMARY ALARM CONTROL OPERATIONS
Active Partition Selection (In Partition mode
)
 +
[PARTITION NO.]
 Arming AWAY
.........................................
 + [Code]*
Arming AWAY-INSTANT
.........................
 + [Code]* +
 Arming HOME
.........................................
 + [Code]*
 Arming HOME-INSTANT
........................
 + [Code]* +
 Arming AWAY-LATCHKEY
....................
 + [Code]* +
 
Force Arming AWAY
(system not ready)
 + [Code]* +
(to silence the protest buzz)
Force Arming HOME
(system not ready)
 + [Code]* +
 (to silence the protest buzz) 
Disarming and stopping alarms
............
 + [Code] 
* The factory default master user code is
1 1 1 1
. The code is not required if quick arming has been permitted by theinstaller 
.
Change the factory default code to a secret code without delay (see section 7)
 
Contact list form
Dear Customer,Thank you for choosing PowerMax Pro, a highlyadvanced wireless alarm control system produced byVisonic Ltd.Please note below the installer's telephone number to facilitate obtaining assistance.Company Name: ____________________________ Telephone Number: __________________________ Person to Contact: ___________________________  Also please make sure that you have the name andtelephone number of the central station your systemwill report to. If you ever call the central station to askquestions, you should be able to come up with your "ACCOUNT NUMBER" used to identify your alarmsystem to the central station. Obtain this informationfrom your installer and write it.Monitoring Station’s Name _____________________ Telephone Number: __________________________ My Account Number: _________________________ If you or your installer set the system to contactprivate telephone numbers, note down the 4telephone numbers that your installer programmed tobe called:Phone No. 1: _______________________________ Phone No. 2: _______________________________ Phone No. 3: _______________________________ Phone No. 4: _______________________________ 
Luminous Indicator Signals
Indicator Behavior Significance
Lights steadily The system / a system partition(s) (*) is in the armed state (AWAY MODE)Flashes The system / a system partition(s) (*) is in the armed state (HOME MODE)(red)No light The system is presently in the disarmed state
Note (*):
Refers to the selected partition(s). If control panel is set to a single partition, an operation performed on other partitions will not be displayed.
Lights steadily The system / a system partition(s) (*) is presently in a state of trouble(orange)No light No trouble - all is well
Note (*):
Refers to the selected partition(s). If control panel is set to a single partition, an operation performed on other partitions will not be displayed.
Lights steadily The chime function is active - chime zones will chime when disturbed.(green)No light The chime function is inactive - chime zones will not chime when disturbed.Lights steadily AC power is supplied to the control panel(green)No light The system is operating on backup battery power * Applicable to PowerMax Pro that includes PARTITION feature.
 

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