The personal identification number (PIN) is the four digit code you enter at the keypad to gain access to the system. A PIN is assigned to each user number. The user number identifies each person using the system, for a possible 16 numbers (00 to 15). User numbers 00 to 99 are available with the installation of a D7039 Multiple Expansion Module. The authority level assigned to each user number determines which functions each user can perform.
Your system can have up to 100 different PINs, each four-digits long. Because there is one PIN for each user number, assigning the same PIN to multiple user numbers causes the three-beep error tone. The change is not made. User number 00 is designated as a Master Code. It can be used to silence alarms, reset, disable, and program the D7024. This number is shipped from the factory with the default sequence of 9876. When you change the default sequence to a number of your personal preference, you are automatically assigned maximum authority.
Authority levels are assigned to PINs to determine which functions each user can perform. Table 15 describes the four authority levels for the D7024 and DS9400 Series panels.
Authority levels are assigned to PINs to determine which functions each user can perform. Table 14 describes the four authority levels For the FPD-7024 Fire Panels.
Part numbers FPD-7024, D7024, DS9400, DS9400I, DS9400M,