The Panel will not arm by entering the PASSCODE, VERIFY ID, ALL ON/OFF.
On this panel for the ALL ON/OFF key to work CMD 1, CMD 2, and CMD 3 must be set to yes in the Arming Commands part of the program in the MAIN.
The D5200 needs to match a Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
Remote Programming Software:
RPS also needs to match the Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
RPS also needs to match the RPS Passcode (or RAM Passcode in legacy types) in order to allow access programming. Changing the default from 999999 will block RPS access.
On the Honeywell 520 keypad, NOT AUTHORIZED is being displayed when entering a code and CMD 48 to set up the next test time.
Only passcodes with authority level 5 (service level) are authorized to use CMD 42 and CMD 48 functions on the Honeywell 5505 using the 520 keypad.
How is the panel made local so it will not send anything to the Central Station?
Receive a copy of the program with the D5200 programmer and follow the steps below.
Select "NO" for all line items
Load record back into panel and it will no longer send to the Central Station.
D8112 Duress Passcode.
A duress Passcode is used to send a silent alarm signal to the Central Station simply by increasing the last digit of the Passcode by one. For example, if the standard Passcode is 12345, the duress Passcode is 12346. The duress Passcode arms or disarms the security system just like your personal Passcode; however, as the system is armed or disarmed an alarm signal is transmitted to the Central Station.
The duress Passcode is used when someone threatens you and demands you to disarm your security system. By disarming (or arming) with a duress Passcode, the Central Station is alerted of an alarm situation.