Q-30 removed, Q-39 modifi ed, User interface enhancements – 2GIG TS1-E v1-8 Addendum User Manual

Page 3: Z-wave features and enhancements

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• Pressing 7 extends the session fi ve minutes without changing the

mode of operation.

• Pressing 9 causes the audio session to end and terminates the


2. Q-30 Removed

Previously the installer could select the number of hours (0-24) as
an offset for when the periodic/automatic test report would be sent.
Now the periodic/automatic test report is randomized by the CP1-
900 over a 24-hour period.
NOTE: See Q-29 for information on setting the automatic test

report period.

3. Q-39 Modifi ed

If enabled (default) the random AC loss report time is now
randomized over a 45-minute period, rather than a 4-hour period.

Q-39 Select random AC loss report time (0-1)

DEFAULT: Enabled (1)

This feature allows the system to report AC power loss and AC
power restore at a random time of up to forty-fi ve (45) minutes after
the event occurs. This helps to reduce Central Station congestion
due to a widespread power outage affecting many Control Panels
at once. The random AC power status report timer is triggered
based on the time set by Q-38.

• The default (1) allows random timed AC power reports.

• To turn off random timed AC power reports, select disabled (0).

4. Q-84, Q-85 and Q-86 Added

Q-84 Select services requires the master code (0-1)
DEFAULT: Disabled (0)

The Services button can be confi gured to require the use of the
master code to access Services.

• The default (0) disables the requirement for the master code to

access the Services menu.

• To require the use of the master code to access the Services

menu, select enabled (1).

When enabled then the master code is required to access the
Services and the Z-wave device confi

gurations. This keeps

unauthorized users from being able to change Z-wave settings,
such as temperature, lights and locks.

Q-85 Select Z-Wave Toolbox menu requires the master code
DEFAULT: Disabled (0)

The Z-Wave Toolbox menu can be set to require the use of the
master code rather than the Installer code. By default, the Installer
code is required for users to access the Z-Wave Toolbox.

• The default (0) disable requires the use of the Installer code to

access the Toolbox menu and all of its features, including the
Advanced Toolbox.

• To require the use of the master code to access the Toolbox

menu, select enabled (1).

When enabled (1) the Installer code will be required to access the
Advanced Toolbox menu. This prevents end users from adding or
removing Z-Wave devices.

Q-86 Select disable siren after two-way audio (0-1)
DEFAULT: Disabled (0)

• The default (0) disable will cause the siren to resume after two-

way audio (if bell cut off has not expired).

• Enable (1) will cause the siren to shut off after a two-way audio


This setting enhances system operation in PERS applications and
also provides the dealer with the option of the siren sounding until
the bell cut off or to the end of a two-way-voice session.

5. User Interface Enhancements

(1) The speaker icon found to the right of the Security button on

the main menu allows the user to silence all CP1-900 panel
sounds. When pressing this button the user is able to silently
arm or disarm the CP1-900 and any confi gured TS1 during
the current arming or disarming process. The setting is reset
after the current arming or disarming process is completed.
This feature provides the ability to silently arm or disarm the
system without disturbing anyone in the house.

(2) The starburst symbol next to the Services button provides a

quick and easy way to turn off the LCD screen on the CP1-
900. When pressing this button on the TS1, the LCD and the
LEDs around the Home and Emergency buttons will turn off.
This feature is perfect for bedrooms or other areas where
you may not want the excess light from the CP1-900 or TS1
to light up the room during the night. To restore the display,
simple touch the LCD screen or one of the buttons on the
CP1-900 or TS1.

(3) Users are now able to arm their system when an interior

zone is active. If a PIR detects a user’s motion, the system
will still be ready to arm enabling a user to arm their system
without having to bypass the PIR’s interior zone or to wait
until the PIR’s state is restored.

NOTE: Bypass Sensor screen does not appear for interior zones

when ARMING AWAY. Any contact set as interior that is not
closed will cause the system to go into alarm when the exit
timer expires.

(4) New larger icons and layout under security and menu.

(5) New icons when arming for No Entry Delay and Silent Exit.

(5) The words Cancel and Clear on the keypad have been

replaced with icons; X for cancel and wiper blade for clear.

6. Z-Wave Features and

(1) The Home Services button has been changed to Services.

(2) The Z-Wave screens for lights, thermostats and locks list the

devices and no longer display their current state. To get the
current state of a specifi c device you must select that device’s
button. This modifi cation speeds up Z-Wave operation and
reduces the overall network overhead, allowing for a faster
and more responsive experience accessing Z-Wave devices.