Receiving and acknowledging an alert message, Sending an alert message – Honeywell W8735B User Manual
TELEPHONE ACCESS MODULE
Receiving and Acknowledging an Alert
The W8735B dials out until someone answering the
telephone (at the dial-out telephone number setting
locations described in Configuration No. 9 in Table 3)
acknowledges the alert message.
The message is acknowledged by pressing 1 on the
telephone keypad. If there is no acknowledgement, the
W8735B continues to dial the first two telephone
numbers in sequence every 30 minutes until an
acknowledgement is received.
The third telephone number setting is designed to enable
the HVAC contractor to provide a monitoring service at
the homeowner’s request. If a telephone number was
programmed into the third telephone location, the
W8735B also dials the third number and continues until
the HVAC contractor acknowledges the alert.
The W8735B considers telephone number set-
tings one and two independently from telephone
number setting three. Even when the recipient
at telephone number setting one or two
acknowledges the alert, it dials out and attempts
to receive an acknowledgement from the recipi-
ent at telephone number three, and vice-versa.
When the homeowner dials in and is informed that an
alert is active, the alert can be acknowledged
immediately to stop the calls to telephone numbers
settings one and two but not to telephone number setting
Only the HVAC contractor can acknowledge the
alert dialed to telephone number setting three.
The HVAC contractor dials in to cancel the active alert
messages to telephone number setting three by:
Calling the home,
Entering the last five digits of the telephone number
setting three as the pass code; for example, if the
telephone number is 555-1234, entering 5 1 2 3 4 as
the pass code, and
Following the menu to clear the alerts. (Using this
pass code allows only the HVAC dealer to cancel the
dial-out alert messages to telephone number setting
Sending an Alert Message
The W8735B can initiate a dial-out sequence from the
conditions in Table 5.
Table 4. Zone IDs.