Honeywell's 6160 User Guide

Uploaded by HoneywellSecurity on 01.04.2011

Honeywell Video User’s Guide Congratulations on your selection of an HONEYWELL
security system. Now that you’ve made the important decision
to protect your home and family, we’re going to take just a few minutes to show you how
easy it is to operate the basic features of your security system.
Your security professional has installed sensors on selected windows and doors, They detect
an entry into your home. And as a second line of defense, motion sensors
are positioned to detect movement INSIDE the house.
You may also have smoke detectors, for help in the event of a fire emergency.
If a fire or an intrusion is detected, a siren sounds and a message is sent to the central
station. At the central station, trained professionals
are on duty, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They will notify the police, fire department
or the appropriate authority, so that the help you need, will be on the way.
You have complete control of your security system from the keypad.
There are different keypad styles available. We’ll be demonstrating the Custom English
display, where the location and type of event are identified by name. We’ll also be demonstrating
the fixed word display, which will be shown in the bottom left corner of the screen. In
the fixed word display, a number represents a zone. For example, if your installer programmed
the bedroom window as zone 6 and this window were open, your keypad would show 06 in the
display. During the installation your installer has
programmed a unique four-digit security code for you. This code will let you perform all
the different functions of your security system. For the demonstrations on this video, we will
use the code 1,2,3,4. Normally, every door and window under the
system's protection must be closed before you can turn on the system.
You’ll know everything is closed because the display indicates that the system is “ready”
If it were “not ready”, then a door or window may have been left open. Press the
"star" key and any doors or windows that must be closed will be displayed.
Use the "Away" mode when everyone is leaving for the day.
In the AWAY mode, your home is under the complete protection of the system. Interior motion
detectors as well as door and window sensors will be active.
To use the Away mode, just enter your four-digit security code, and then press the "AWAY" key.
Or - if your system has been set-up for single button operation, you can arm your system
without entering your code, by simply pressing the key on the left specially programmed for
AWAY. The system counts down letting you know how
much time you have to leave. After the countdown, your home will be under the full protection
of the security system. When you return home, the keypad will start
beeping immediately. This is just a gentle reminder that you must turn off your security
system. Simply enter your code and the OFF key. That’s
all there is to it. The "READY" indicator should come back on immediately.
It’s important to use your security system all the time, even when you’re staying home.
When you’re at home use the STAY mode. In the STAY mode, the sensors on all of the
protected windows and doors will be turned on, but the motion detectors inside the house
will not be active, so you can move freely around the house, without causing an alarm.
To use the stay mode, simply enter your code and press the "STAY" key.
Or – if you have single button operation - , you can arm your system without entering
your code, by simply pressing the key on the left specially programmed for STAY.
Sometimes, you might want to remove a specific zone from your system’s protection. For
example, you might enjoy fresh air from an open window while you sleep, but would sleep
better knowing that your security system is on. With the BYPASS feature, you can temporarily
remove the protection on specific doors or windows.
Simply enter your security code and press the "BYPASS" key and then the zone number
to be bypassed. Remember that all single digit zone numbers must be preceded with a zero.
For example, our window, zone 6 must be entered as zero-six.
Later, when you turn off the system, the bypass is cancelled.
Please keep in mind that if you have fire sensors installed, they are always on. Fire
sensors cannot be turned off or bypassed. We’ve just covered a lot of options, so
let's do a quick review. Use the AWAY mode when you're leaving.
If you're home and expecting others to arrive later – use the STAY mode.
Use the Bypass feature if you’d like to temporarily remove a specific door or window
from you system, while the protection is active in the rest of the house.
The Chime mode is a great feature to use in a busy household. With the Chime mode, anytime
someone leaves your home, a beep will sound. It's a great way to keep track of the kids.
To use the Chime mode, enter your security code and then press the Chime key. To turn
it off, simply enter your code and then press the Chime key again.
HONEYWELL has a wide variety of options that make operating your security system a breeze.
They include a keypad that actually talks to you… reporting on the current status
of your security system. There’s also a handy key-chain remote and
a remote control that talks to you…You can even operate your security system from this
Timex digital sports watch. These wireless products can also be programmed
to turn on and off lights or open a garage door.
And, there is another option that will allow you to operate your security system from any
telephone, whether you’re away or at home. Don’t forget to ask your dealer about these
convenient options. We hope this video has helped your family
understand the basic operation and features of your new Honeywell Security System.
If you have any questions, take a look at the user's manual, which covers many helpful
features that fit right into your family’s lifestyle.
Thank you for choosing an HONEYWELL security system.
Would any of your friends and neighbors be interested in an HONEYWELL security system?
If so, please contact your dealer. By putting them in touch with your security professional,
you are doing your part to help protect the people you care about.