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Programming ADT Alarms




From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Thu Dec 27 19:34:50 2001
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: [Text] Programming ADT alarms  (OT)
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 28 Dec 2001 03:34:50 GMT

Programming ADT alarm keypads
[ADT Security Services, Inc.]
Models: 6150ADT, 6160ADT
From: av1d [at] aol [dot] com

This text is taken directly from the
ADT installation guide.


General Information
-------------------

6150ADT Features: 
Backlit display, dedicated function keys, piezo buzzer.
6160ADT Features: 
Backlit display, dedicated function keys, speaker.

The 6150 and 6160 are addressable remote keypads designed
for use with ADT control panels.
Addresses are set via the keypad.
Keypad keys are constantly backlit for conveinience.

Keypad displays and LEDs
------------------------

6150: Fixed word backlit LCD display, 2-zone digit identifier.
6160: 2x16 Line alpha numeric Supertwist backlit LCD,
      custom zone descriptors.

The following identifies the keypad's LEDs and
associated functions:

RED:   Lights when the system is armed in any mode.
GREEN: Lights when the system is ready to be armed.

Special function keys
---------------------

Keypads also feature function keys. 
These keys may be programmed for panic alarms or 
other special functions such as macros.

Function keys must be held down for at least
2 seconds to activate an alarm; key pairs are
activated immediately.

Function Keys--------Key Pairs

A--------------------1 and *
B--------------------* and #
C--------------------3 and #
D--------------------empty

How to remove the keypad
------------------------

Push the two snaps along the bottom edge
and pull the case apart.

Wiring Diagram (All models)
---------------------------

Keypad....Control Panel....Wire color

D1..........Data in........Green
- ..........Ground ........Black
+ ..........Positive.......Red
DO..........Data out.......Yellow

PROGRAMMING
-----------

Setting the keypad address
--------------------------

The keypad can either be set for an address
of 00-30 or for non-addressable mode(31).
The default keypad address is 31.

To change the keypad address, proceed as follows:

1.  Enter the address mode: Power up the keypad.
    Within 60 second of power-up, press and hold
    down the [1] and [3] keys at the same time
    for 3 seconds. (If unable to enter the address
    mode, power down, power up, and try again).

    The current keypad address is displayed,
    and the cursor is under the "tens" digit.
    If 10 seconds pass with no key entry,
    the keypad automatically exits address mode.
    You must power down, power up, and start
    the address mode again.

    NOTE: The keypad will not enter the address
          mode if the control panel is in the
          programming mode.

2.  Set the current address to "00": Press [0]
    to clear the current "tens" digit. The cursor
    moves to the "ones" digit position.
    Press [0] to clear the current "ones" digit.
    The cursor moves back to the "tens" digit position.

3.  Enter the keypad address: Enter the proper "tens"
    digit of the keypad address. The cursor moves to
    the "ones" digit position. Enter the proper "ones"
    digit of the keypad address.
    Note that address "31" sets the keypad to a
    non-addressable mode.

4.  Exit the address mode: Press [*] to save the
    displayed address and exit the address mode.

VIEWING THE KEYPAD ADDRESS
--------------------------

Press and hold down the [1] and [3] keys
at the same time for about 3 seconds.
The current address is displayed.
No key entry is allowed. Press any key to
exit or wait 10 seconds to exit the
viewing mode.

Notes
-----
Keypad speaker:
Fire alarm is a pulsing single tone.
Burglary alarm is a loud continuous tone.


-av1d
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