The microprocessor at the heart of your system is constantly monitoring all of the switches and sensors connected to it. It is designed to detect any faulty switches and sensors and prevent them from disabling the entire system. The microprocessor will also record and report any trig- gers that occurred during your absence.
Refer to System Status Chirps and Table of Zones sections of this guide for diagnostic information.
three times and then hold for 1.5 seconds. The display scrolls
last trigger and the remote recalls the last zone that has triggered the
If the security system is armed at the same time that an input is active (such as a door opening or sensor triggering), you will hear one siren chirp to indicate arming and a second siren chirp to indicate Bypass Notification.
A Bypass Notification chirp means that the security system ignores the input that was active when the system was armed, until that input ceases. Three seconds after that input ceases, the security system will resume normal monitoring. For example IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS AN INTERIOR LIGHT EXIT DELAY AND YOU ARM your security system before the interior light turns off, you may hear a second Bypass Notification chirp. Once the light turns off, the security system resumes normal monitor- ing.
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