Removing a 2gig-ts1, Q-13 modifi ed – 2GIG TS1-E v1-8 Addendum User Manual

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(8) “Learn” the TS1 into the CP1-900 panel. After pressing the

down arrow to select the TS1 as described in the previous
step, you will see the option to “learn” or pair the TS1 to the
CP1-900 panel.

Press the “Learn” button on the CP1-900 panel and the “pair
with panel” button on the TS1 to initiate the learning process.
The screen will display “Pair with TS1. Initiating learning
process.” Both the TS1 and CP1-900 panel will display “The
learn operation succeeded” when the learning is complete.


The CP1-900 panel will also display “Type: TS1 Wireless
Keypad ID#: X” where X is the RF Keypad number
confi gured for the TS1.


The TS1 will display “Network ID: xxxx” where xxxx is
a unique hexadecimal number and a keypad id. The
hexadecimal number is a unique number associated
with the CP1-900 panel you are using. The keypad id
indicates the keypad you are learning into the CP1-900


Press the OK button on both the CP1-900 and the TS1
to complete the learning process.

(9) Press the down arrow to exit the learning menu after

successfully learning the TS1. NOTE: The TS1 will display
a message indicating that the security system is temporarily
inoperable. The TS1 will remain in this state while the
CP1-900 panel is in system confi guration (programming)

(10) Repeat the above steps to confi gure additional TS1s.

(11) Follow the subsequent confi guration screens to complete

system confi guration as needed, except as noted below.
These confi guration screens are the same as those used
in previous releases. Please refer to current installation
documentation as needed.

(12) Exit the confi guration by pressing the End button and saving

your changes.


To remove a TS1 from a CP1-900’s panel confi guration you must
follow the steps below:

(1) From the CP1-900, enter the Installer Toolbox and select

System Confi guration. Select the Go To button and enter
04 to go to question 4. The CP1-900 will display Q4: select
RF keypad # (1 to 4)
. Select the confi gured TS1 you wish to
remove and press the down arrow.

(2) Mark the RF Keypad number selected as “unused” by

pressing the right arrow to toggle the setting on the fi rst
question. Press the down arrow key to advance to the next
option. Repeat steps 10, 11 and 12 from above.

(3) In order to reset the TS1 to defaults so it may be used again

on another panel or learned as a different keypad you must
do the following;

a. Remove the power from the TS1

b. When powering up the TS1 hold both the Emergency and

the Home buttons down simultaneously until they light
up. When both buttons light up, the TS1 has successfully
been reset to all default settings. The TS1 will display the
message, “This Device is Not Paired with a Control

Additional New Features
Available in Software Release 1.8

Enhancements to the Installer Toolbox

1. Q-13 Modifi ed

Select 2-way voice, now includes an option to “stay on line” to
enable two-way voice during fi re and CO alarms.

Q-13 Select 2-way voice (0-2)
DEFAULT: Stay on line (1)

The Control Panel supports 2-way voice communications between
the subscriber and the Central Station operator over the telephone
line or the GSM cellular radio (if installed) after an alarm has been

• The default (1) allows 2-way audio over the telephone line or

GSM radio.

• Selecting (2) allows 2-way audio over the telephone line or

GSM radio during fi re and CO alarms.

• To turn off the 2-way audio feature, select disabled (0).

• When the Control Panel connects with the operator, it will beep

once per second (every six seconds with a GSM connection).
The beep alternates between two tones and indicates the panel
is waiting for a session command. If the operator fails to issue
a command within one minute (three minutes with a GSM
connection), the call is terminated. Once the operator presses
a command option, the beeps will stop and a 5-minute audio
session will start (3-minute audio session with a GSM connection).

When 2-way voice communications have been established, the
Central Station operator can use the following telephone keys
to control the communications. Each time the operator uses a
command key, the session is extended for fi ve additional minutes
(three minutes with a GSM connection). During the last minute of
communications, the system will beep twice every 15 seconds to
indicate that time is running out.

• Pressing 1 enables Talk Mode one-way communication from the

CS to the Premises and allows the operator to talk.

• Pressing 2 enables VOX Mode two-way communications from the

CS to the premises.

• Pressing 3 enables Listen Mode one-way communication from

the premises to the CS.