Installation Guide

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Installation Guide for intelbras models including: AMT 2018 E Monitored Alarm Centers, AMT 2018 E, Monitored Alarm Centers, Alarm Centers, Centers

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Installation Guide
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AMT 2018 E, AMT 2018 EG, AMT 2118 EG and AMT 2018 E3G Alarm center
Congratulations, you have just purchased a product with Intelbras quality and safety.
The AMT 2018 E, AMT 2018 EG, AMT 2118 EG and AMT 2018 E3G monitored alarm centers have advanced technology and are easy to program. They have 8 memories for phone numbers, Panic function, Emergency function, 24-hour zone, intelligent battery charger with protection against short circuit or reverse polarity, timer and sensor test function.They can be connected to opening, infrared, impact, and other sensors. They report events to 2 IP destinations (monitoring companies) and have a remote configuration option.
For more information, access the QR codes below:

Complete manual

Video tutorials

Attention: this product comes with a factory default password. For your security, it is essential that you change it as soon as you install the product and ask your technician about the passwords set, which users have access and the recovery methods.
This is a product homologated by Anatel, the homologation number can be found on the product's label. For further information use the link sistemas.anatel.gov.br/sch.

Summary

1. Installation

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1.1. Power supply board connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1.2. Network cable connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

1.3. Battery connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 1.4. Siren input. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 1.5.Wireless device receiver input XAR 4000 and XAT 2000/3000/ 4000 keyboard. . . .8

1.6. Auxiliary output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 1.7. Telephone output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

1.8. Telephone line input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 1.9. Connector for GPR module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13

1.10. Zone/sector input. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

2. Connection via Cloud

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3. Apps

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3.1. Mobile Apps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

4. Resetting Passwords and Center configurations

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4.1. Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 4.2. Temporary master password and installer reset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 4.3. Reset by programming mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 4.4. Wireless device Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

5. Programming

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Warranty Terms

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1. Connector for power supply from the switched-mode power supply; 2. Connector for network cable connection (Ethernet); 3. Battery connector; 4. Siren input; 5. Zone/sector input; 6. Bus input T1 and T2; 7. Auxiliary Output (AUX); 8. PGM programmable output; 9. Telephone output; 10. Telephone line input; 11. Connector for recording the center's micro; 12. Connector for recording the micro that controls the GPRS card; 13. Connector for GPRS module.

Note: » The GPRS XL 865 module is only compatible with the AMT 2118 EG center, whereas the GPRS AMT E/EG module is only compatible with the AMT 2018 EG center.
» AMT 2018 E3G is only compatible with 3G module.

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1.1. Power supply board connector
When purchasing the alarm center, a complementary kit containing resistors, cables and guides is provided to the user.
Before starting to use the product it is necessary to integrate the main and power supply boards. This process must be done manually by connecting the 4-way cable from connector J4 on the main board to connector CN3 on the power supply board.

Connect to electrical network Ground

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Power supply 14.5 V/1.8 A

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Power supply for the alarm center

Alarm center

Black Red Orange Yellow

1. PTH fuse 5,1x20 Delay 250 V/1 A. 2. PTH fuse 5,1x20 Delay 250 V/1 A. 3. 90 and 265 Vac mains input - full range, i.e., without the need for a voltage selec-
tor switch. This way, even if some variation of voltage occurs in the power grid, the center will continue working normally. 4. Ground. 5. 14.5 Vdc/1.8 A DC output to power the alarm center, meeting the needs of most installations.
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Connecting the power cable To connect the board to the AC mains it will be necessary to connect the cable to the CN1 (AC) and the (CN2) GROUND connector of the power supply board, as shown in the image below:
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1.3. Battery connector To connect the battery to the center, observe the polarity, i.e., red wire (positive) connected to the center's positive side and black wire (negative) connected to the center's negative side. As shown in the illustrative figure below: The center has protection against reverse polarity, battery short-circuit, and also protection to prevent the battery from being damaged in case of a mains failure. If the battery voltage is below 10 V, the siren and auxiliary outputs will be deactivated. Note:the battery charger works pulsatively, so it cannot be measured using a voltmeter.
ALARM CENTER

PHONE LINE

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

Red

BUS
Black

1.4. Siren input One or more sirens can be connected, provided that the total current is:
» Without battery: 400 mA; » With battery: 1 A. Note: to connect more than one siren, the system must be equipped with a battery. It is important to emphasize that if the siren is connected to the center being fed only by the electrical network, without the battery, its tone will be pulsative.
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Resistor 2K2

Golden Red Red Red

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Attention: connect a 2K2 Ohm resistor (supplied with the center) in parallel with the siren wire, this procedure prevents the siren from making noise while it is turned off. This noise is generated by the siren wire's short-circuit or cut detection circuit and does not cause any damage to the equipment.
For the alarm center to recognize the cut or short circuit of the siren wire, it must be enabled in programming mode.

1.5. Wireless device receiver input XAR 4000 and XAT 2000/3000/ 4000 keyboard Used for communication of wireless keyboards and device receivers.
Keyboard Connection:
The AMT 2018 E/EG control panel comes with the XAT 2000 LCD keyboard, which is used to program the product.
Note: The AMT 2018 E/EG alarm center can also be connected to the XAT 3000 LED and XAT 4000 LCD keyboards.
When unpacking the keyboard it will have some connected wires with colors and meanings explained below:

Keyboard Connector

Wire Color

Power Vdc +12V

Red Wire

Grounding or (-)

Black Wire

T1 Bus

Green Wire

T2 Bus

Yellow Wire

Zone 9 (Z9) or Wired Single Zone (*)

Blue Wire

Zone 10 (Z10) or Wired Single Zone (*)

White Wire

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Common for zones

Black Wire

To cancel the keyboard zones connect the blue and white wire to the black wire of the 6 way cable
The Vdc +12 V power supply, red wire, of the keyboards should be connected to the AUX+ point of the alarm center. The grounding, black wire, for the keyboards must be connected to the center's AUX- point. As for the busbars T1, green wire, and T2, yellow wire, from the keyboards must be connected to points T1 and T2 of the alarm center units, respectively.
Note: » The keyboard zones (Zone 09 and Zone 10) behave as single zones, they can' t be duplicated.
» We recommend that you do not use external power supplies to feed the devices connected to bus T1 and T2, their power supply must be connected to the center's AUX output.
» If it is necessary to use an external power supply for powering some device on bus T1 and T2, it must be connected the Negative (-) of the power supply in common with the Negative of the Auxiliary Output of the center (AUX -).
Keyboard addressing jumper A maximum of 4 keyboards may be connected per center. The jumper's position in the Address connector defines which will be Keyboard 1, Keyboard 2, Keyboard 3, and Keyboard 4.

Address 4 3 2 1
Address 4 3 2 1
Address 4 3 2 1
Address 4 3 2 1

Keyboard 4

Keyboard 3

Keyboard 2

Keyboard 1

The following table shows the identifications of the zones according to the addressing of the keyboard jumper.

Keyboard

Blue Wire

White Wire

Keyboard 1

Zone 09

Zone 10

Keyboard 2

Zone 19

Zone 20

Keyboard 3

Zone 21

Zone 22

Keyboard 4

Zone 23

Zone 24

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Wireless device Receiver connection The AMT 2018 E/EG, AMT 2018 E 3G and AMT 2118 EG centers are compatible with the XAR 4000 receiver, operating only in OOK modulation (unsupervised devices). Note:we do not guarantee the operation of XAR 4000 Smart with centers or wireless sensors not manufactured by Intelbras. As for remote controls from other manufacturers, they must have the following features to work with XAR 4000 Smart:
1. Operate in OOK modulation; 2. Operate on 433.92 Mhz frequency; 3. Transmission rate 1.886 Kbps. Connection to the T1/T2 bus
1. Connect the receiver's T1 terminal to the center's T1 input and the receiver's T2 terminal to the center's T2 input. Use 4 × 26 AWG or higher cable with a maximum length of 100 m and a total resistance of up to 40 ;
2. Power is connected to the auxiliary output of the alarm center; 3. For addressing the XAR 4000 SMART, there are four jumpers: JP1, JP2, JP3, and
JP4. All receivers leave the factory with the jumper in position JP1. If you are using more than one device, the second one should have the jumper in the JP2 position, and so on;
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4. For bus selection, jumper JP5 must be in position T1T2; Note:the AMT 2018 E/EG and AMT 2118 E/EG centers have only the T1 and T2 bus.
5. Jumper JP6 must be open;
6. Jumper JP7 can be positioned for OOK, because the AMT 2018 E/EG, AMT 2018 E3G and AMT 2118 E/EG centers accept only OOK modulation (unsupervised devices).
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1.6. Auxiliary output Output is used to power accessories such as infrared sensors, remote keypad, etc. It is recommended that you use 4 X 26 AWG gauge cable (approximately 0.41 mm diameter of the metal part of the wire).
Attention: when connecting, observe polarity (+/-). Maximum allowed current: 1.2 A.

To cancel the keyboard zones connect the blue and white wires to the Common, black wire, of the 6-way cable
1.7. Telephone output It is the exit of the telephone line, connect to it the wires intended for the telephone sets installed in the place.

Alarm Center

Telephone

Telephone Line

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

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1.8. Telephone line input
This is the telephone line's input, connect the two wires of the public telephone line to it.

Alarm center

PHONE LINE

LINE

GROUND

Telephone Line

SIREN

BUSBAR

AC

Note: to configure the dialing settings through the telephone line, access the com-

plete manual on the site: www.intelbras.com.br.

1.9. Connector for GPR module

Communication via GPRS occurs through the addition of the CHIP in the module that comes with the center.

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1.10. Zone/sector input

J10

J9

J11

J12

Z1 COM. Z2 (Z11) (Z12)
ZONES

Z3 COM. Z4 (Z13) (Z14)
ZONES

Z5 COM. Z6 (Z15) (Z16)
ZONES

Z7 COM. Z8 (Z17) (Z18)
ZONES

Input for connecting the wired sensors, where a 4×26 AWG or higher cable with a maximum length of 100 m and a total resistance of 40  must be used.
These terminals are divided into groups of three, with the common (COM, in the middle) and zone inputs (Z1, Z2, Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6, Z7 and Z8, on the sides).
If you are using Single Zones, the zone number is what is described next to the word COM.
For example, in the last terminal block we have Z7 (Zone 7), COM (Common) and Z8 (Zone 8). If configured as Dual Zones, use the following chart to identify the high zones.

Input terminal
Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4
Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8

Dual zone number
Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14
Zone 15 Zone 16 Zone 17 Zone 18

Note: the sensor connected to the 2K2  resistor becomes zone 1, the sensor connected to the 3K9  resistor becomes zone 11.

The system supports eight different combinations numbered 0 to 7 and are chosen through programming. The chosen configuration is valid for all the panel's zones, except for the keyboard zones. For each of the combinations it is necessary to follow a connection scheme for the sensors.

Note: to guarantee the correct operation in all the connection types presented below, all the resistors must be installed close to the sensor and not directly in the center's zone terminal block, because this will not be useful and the system's security will be compromised.

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ZONES

ZONES

Center zone

Sensor

(0) Single zone without end-of-line resistor This standard connection mode is the simplest, but the most vulnerable to sabotage, because if the sensor wire is short circuited, the alarm center will not recognize the problem.
AlaArlamrmcceenntetrer

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

ALARM
Sensor

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(1) Single zone without end-of-line resistor and with tamper detection

This connection mode brings more security than the previous one, because if there is an attempt to sabotage the sensor box, this contact will be opened, indicating that there was a violation.

The connection mode applies to all zones in the center. See below, the connection mode for sensors that have tamper and sensors that don't have tamper.

Alarm center

Alarm center

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

ALARM

Sensor
Sensor connection with tamper

Sensor
Sensor connection without tamper

Note: This connection mode does not detect short-circuiting of the wiring.
(2) Single zone with end of line resistor and wiring short circuit detection This connection mode detects if the sensor wire has been short circuited. In this connection mode there is no tamper detection.
Alarm center

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

Sensor 16

(3) Single zone with end of line resistor, tamper and wiring short circuit detection
It is recommended to configure the center in this mode, because despite being the most complex to connect the sensors, it is the one that offers the highest security for the alarm system. This connection mode is valid for all zones of the alarm center. See below, the way to connect sensors that have tamper and sensors that don't have tamper, for example: opening sensors.

Alarm center

Alarm center

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

ZONES

BUS

Sensor
Sensor connection with tamper

Sensor
Sensor connection without tamper

(4) Dual zone without end-of-line resistor
This configuration is the least secure for Dual Zones, since it does not recognize short-circuiting of the wiring. The sensor connected to the 2K2  resistor becomes zone 1, the sensor connected to the 3K9  resistor in zone 11.

Alarm center

Zone 1 sensor

Zone 11 Sensor

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(5) Dual zone without end-of-line resistor and with tamper detection
Since the connection mode applies to all zones, see below for the connection method for tampered and un-tampered sensors.

Alarm center

Alarm center

Zone 11 sensor

Zone 1 sensor

Connecting the two sensors with tamper

Zone 11 Sensor

Zone 1 sensor

Connection of sensor 11 without tamper and sensor 1 with tamper

(6) Dual zone with end of line resistor, tamper and wiring short circuit detection
It is recommended to configure the center in this mode, because although it is the most complex to connect the sensors, it is also the one that offers the highest security for the alarm system. Since the connection mode applies to all zones, refer to the following diagrams for the connection of sensors with tamper and sensors without tamper.

Alarm center

Alarm center

Zone 11 sensor

Zone 1 sensor

Sensor connection with tamper

Zone 11 sensor

Zone 1 sensor

Sensor connection without tamper

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(7) Parallel duplication with wiring short-circuit detection The sensors are connected in parallel at the zone input, as if they were two independent inputs and the resistor is connected in series with the sensor.
Alarm center

Zone 11 sensor

Zone 1 sensor

Here is the table with the necessary settings for the zone modes, depending on the above configuration that was chosen in the scenario.

Zone mode
(0) Single zone without end-of-line resistor
(1) Single zone without end-of-line resistor and with tamper detection
(2) Single zone with end of line resistor and wiring short circuit detection
(3) Single zone with end of line resistor, tamper and wiring short circuit detection
(4) Dual zone without end-of-line resistor
(5) Dual zone without end-of-line resistor and with tamper detection
(6) Dual zone with end of line resistor, tamper and wiring short circuit detection
(7) Parallel duplication with wiring short-circuit detection

Programming

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD

ENTER + 54 + 0 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD

ENTER + 54 + 1 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD

ENTER + 54 + 2 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD

ENTER + 54 + 3 + ENTER ENTER + 54 + 4 + ENTER ENTER + 54 + 5 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD

ENTER + 54 + 6 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD

ENTER + 54 + 7 + ENTER

2. Connection via Cloud

To maintain the ease of connection between the alarm center and our app via Ethernet/GPRS and to give more security to the customers, we created a new QR Code label model, as shown in the image below, which has the following fields:

» MAC;

» Random master password with 4 numeric digits;

» Random remote access password with 6 numeric digits.

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MAC: XXXXXXXXXXXX Master password: XXXX Remote access password: XXXXXX
The MAC number, master password, and remote access password registered on the label will come saved in the center from the factory. This new label and the previously saved passwords will prevent all centers from leaving the factory with the master password 1234 and the remote access password 878787. If you want to access the center with one of our compatible applications via Cloud, just use the QR Code reader of the application, which are always displayed on the left side, as shown in the images below of the AMT Mobile V3 and AMT Remoto Mobile applications respectively.

When you select the reader, bring the cell phone close to the label on the cover of the center to read the code. The application will automatically fill in the MAC, Master Password and Remote Access Password fields. If you want to use any other feature of the center that requires a master password (4 digits) or remote access password (6 digits), use the passwords that are registered on the QR Code. Note: the centers leave the factory already programmed to connect through the cloud. Pressing the 9 key on the XAT 2000 and XAT 4000 for 2 seconds will display the status of the connections to the monitoring servers for the Ethernet and GPRS/3G channels. To exit, press the Clear key.
Connected
Disconnected

AMT 2018 E/EG and AMT 2118 EG

Eth: IP1 IP2 GPRS: IP1 IP2

Eth: IP1 IP2

AMT 2018 E3G

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3G: IP1 IP2

Function for viewing the status of IP1/IP2 connections. In this example, IP1 is connected via Ethernet. In networks where there may be some kind of problem connecting to the DNS: amt.intelbras.com.br. The center can be configured for direct connection to the Server IP, through programming: Enter + Installer password and type:
Enter 801 + 1 + Enter + 54.207.087.087 + Enter Enter 830 + Enter - Uncheck key 3+ Enter
3. Apps
The alarm centers can be connected to Intelbras apps available for download from the App Store and Play Store, and also to desktop software available on the official website: www.intelbras.com.br. The applications are classified as:
» Mobile: AMT Remoto Mobile, AMT Mobile V3 and Guardian; » Desktop software: AMT Remoto V6
3.1. Mobile Apps AMT Remoto Mobile is a configuration software compatible with all Intelbras monitored centers (AMT's) that have Ethernet or GPRS communication. It was developed for Smartphones and Tablets with iOS or Android operating systems. The application can connect to the center through Local IP, IP Receiver and/or via Cloud.
» Local IP: connection to the alarm center using the local network; » IP Receiver: connection to the alarm center using the IP Receiver software; » Cloud: connection to the alarm center using the Cloud (code found on the QR
Code label sticked to the product's cover and also through keyboard command). To select which communication you want, simply open the application and select the outlined arrow in the image below to see the options.
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Note: only when the communication option chosen is Cloud it will be possible to read the QR code. When entering the Cloud/IP address or the IP Receiver data, also enter the remote access password (6 digits) available on the label or the password 878787, if the center has already been reset to factory default . AMT Mobile V3 The AMT Mobile app provides monitoring of the residential or commercial property using the Intelbras monitoring centers through the smartphone. Attention: we advise that the monitoring of your alarm system be done by a monitoring company, because the application does not replace the monitoring company's service. To add a control panel press the "+" icon at the top of the screen, as outlined below:
On the next screen you can change the description of the center, select the communication mode, change the partitions that the activation button will activate, and select which zones will be enabled.
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The communication mode can be selected in the field outlined as shown in the following image:
When entering the Cloud address or IP Receiver, also enter the Master password (4 digits) and remote access password (6 digits) available on the label sticked on the product's cover. If the center has already been reset and has been set to factory default, the passwords will be 1234 and 878787, respectively.
» Guardian: used in alarm systems and CCTV.
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Attention: we recommend that the monitoring of your alarm system be done by a monitoring company, because the application does not replace the monitoring company's service. To use the application, an account must be registered in the first access and it can be created by following the steps below:
1. Open the app; 2. Click on Register an e-mail and the screen below will appear. Fill in the informa-
tion and click on Register;
3. After configuring the authorization settings in the e-mail, the application will display the screen below so you can register the name of your device and the place where it is located;
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4. After completing all the above registration, the screen below will appear;
Note: To register devices or get more complete information about the app, access the complete manual at www.intelbras.com.br. Desktop Software
» AMT Remoto V6: The desktop application allows connection to monitored Intelbras centers, making it possible to control the alarm center remotely or locally, without ever forgetting the monitoring service, with a practical and safe interface. To login, enter the word admin in the user field and in the password field. This access is the factory default.
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» IP Receiver: o IP Receiver is the software used in combination with the monitoring software so that the monitoring companies can receive the events from the center. Note: To register devices or get complete information about the application, access the complete manual at www.intelbras.com.br.
4. Resetting Passwords and Center configurations
4.1. Reset There are two types of reset: a temporary reset by hardware, and a permanent reset by software (through programming mode).
The temporary reset restarts the installer password to 9090 for 30 seconds and the master password to 1234, without erasing any programming that has been done.
Programming mode reset, in addition to resetting the installer and master passwords to factory defaults, also erases all secondary passwords and all programming that has been done. However, if the Reset Lockout is enabled, it will not be possible to perform a System Reset.
4.2. Temporary master password and installer reset If you have forgotten the master password or the installer password, you will not be able to enter programming mode and access the center's settings. If this occurs, there is a temporary Reset for these passwords. To perform this reset:
1. Disconnect the center from the AC mains and the battery; 2. Short-circuit the terminals where the siren is connected; 3. Connect the center to the AC mains or battery;
Note: the AMT 2118 EG and AMT 2018 E3G plants initially need to be connected to the electrical grid. They do not turn on if they are connected only to the battery.
4. For 30 seconds, the master password will reset to 1234 and the installer password will reset to 9090.
During this period, it is possible to enter programming mode and change the master password and/or the installer password again. If nothing is done during this period, the password will revert to the previously programmed one.
4.3. Reset by programming mode The Reset by programming mode, erases all the programming made in your alarm center (including passwords, the name of the center and telephones) and cancels the 26 reporting of pending events.

To reset from programming mode, type: 1. Access the center with the installer password; 2. Type: Enter + 0000 + Enter.
Note.: this command does not erase the wireless devices registered in the center, nor the editable messages, except the name of the center.
4.4. Wireless device Reset This command erases all programmed wireless devices. If Reset Lock is enabled, this function will not be available. To reset the wireless device, type:
1. Access the center with the installer password; 2. Type: Enter + 7 + Cancel + Enter.

5. Programming

To perform other programming or to get more detailed information about the center, access the complete manual at www.intelbras.com.br.

Installer Password Master Password

Enter programming mode

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Enters programming mode, changes the installer's own password and the alarm center settings.

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD Factory default: 1234

Configure secondary passwords and change the master password itself, give permissions to the secondary passwords, cancel zones of the center by programming mode and view the cancelled zones. With this password it is also possible to program the remote control, test sensors, test the wireless sensors' batteries, adjust the date, time and day of the week, edit the XAT 2000 LCD/XAT 4000 LCD keyboard messages.

Password registration Deleting Password Password registration Deleting Password

Register or change Password

Settings

Result

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD Factory default: 1234

ENTER + 20 + USERNAME + PASSWORD + ENTER

Note: » User Number = 00 to 61
» 4 or 6 digit registered password

ENTER+MASTERPASSWORD ENTER + 20 + USER Note:

Factory default: 1234

+ ENTER

» User Number = 00 to 61

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 20 +

Note: » User Number = 62 to 63

USERNAME + PASSWORD + ENTER

» 4 or 6 digit registered password » Password for User 63 must have 6 digits

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 20 + USER Note:

+ ENTER

» User Number = 62 to 63

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Remote Control Registration Delete Remote Control Remote Control Registration Delete Remote Control

Registration or change of Remote Control

Settings

Result

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD
Factory default: 1234

ENTER + 60 + USER + ENTER

Note:

» User Number = 00 to 61

Trigger Control Key

» 3 short beeps after command = Registered Control

» 1 long beep after command = Control Not Registered

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD
Factory default: 1234

ENTER + 70 + User + ENTER

Note: » User Number = 00 to 61

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default:
9090

ENTER + 60 + USER + ENTER

Note:

» User Number = 00 to 61

Trigger Control Key

» 3 short beeps after command = Registered Control

» 1 long beep after command = Control Not Registered

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default:
9090

ENTER + 70 + User + ENTER

Note: » User Number = 00 to 61

Wireless Sensor Registration
Delete Wireless Sensor

Registration or change of Wireless Sensor

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 61 + ZONE + ENTER

Note: » Zone = 25 to 48

Trigger Sensor

» 3 short beeps after command = Registered Sensor

» 1 long beep after command = Sensor Not Registered

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 71 + ZONE/ SECTOR + ENTER

Note: Zone = 25 to 48

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

300

Enter

301

Enter

302

Enter

Enter

303

Enter

304

Enter

305

Enter

Zone Functions

Enable/Disable zones

Key

12345678

Enable

Key

Disable

Result

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Note:

Enter Zone = 01

Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

to 48

Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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KEY

ADDRESS

Key

310

Enter

311

Enter

312

Enter

Enter

313

Enter

314

Enter

315

Enter

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

320

Enter

321

Enter

322

Enter

Enter

323

Enter

324

Enter

325

Enter

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

330

Enter

331

Enter

332

Enter

Enter

333

Enter

334

Enter

335

Enter

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

340

Enter

341

Enter

342

Enter

Enter

343

Enter

344

Enter

345

Enter

Key
Enable Disable
Zones 1 to 8 Zones 9 to 16 Zones 17 to 24 Zones 25 to 32 Zones 33 to 40 Zones 41 to 48

Timed Zone
12345678
12345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Follower Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 Zones 9 to 16 Zones 17 to 24 Zones 25 to 32 Zones 33 to 40 Zones 41 to 48

12345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

24 Hour Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 Zones 9 to 16 Zones 17 to 24 Zones 25 to 32 Zones 33 to 40 Zones 41 to 48

12345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Panic Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

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KEY

ADDRESS

Key

350

Enter

351

Enter

352

Enter

Enter

353

Enter

354

Enter

355

Enter

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

360

Enter

361

Enter

362

Enter

Enter

363

Enter

364

Enter

365

Enter

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

05

Enter

Enter

06

Enter

07

Enter

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

06

Enter

Enter

07

Enter

08

Enter

Medical Emergency Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 Zones 9 to 16 Zones 17 to 24 Zones 25 to 32 Zones 33 to 40 Zones 41 to 48

12345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Fire Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Zone Operation Mode

Smart Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Quick Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 24

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 24

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KEY

ADDRESS

Key

7

Enter

8

Enter

9

Enter

Enter

10

Enter

11

Enter

12

Enter

Key
Enable Disable
Zones 1 to 8 Zones 9 to 16 Zones 17 to 24 Zones 25 to 32 Zones 33 to 40 Zones 41 to 48

Quiet Zone
12345678
12345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 48

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

08

Enter

Enter

09

Enter

10

Enter

Normally Open Contact (NO) Zone

Key

12345678

Enable Disable

Zones 1 to 8 Zones 9 to 16 Zones 17 to 24

12345678 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Key

Result

Note: Enter Zone = 01
to 24

Zone Partition

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

Partition A Zone Selection

Key

12345678

Enable

Key

Disable

Result

01 11 12 Enter 13 14 15

Enter

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Enter Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Enter Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Note:

Enter Zone = 01

Enter Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

to 48

Enter Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Enter Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

Partition B Zone Selection

KEY

ADDRESS

Key

Key
Enable Disable

12345678 Key

Result

01 11 12 Enter 13 14 15

Enter

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Enter Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Enter Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Note:

Enter Zone = 01

Enter Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

to 48

Enter Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Enter Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

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KEY Enter KEY Enter

Enable Partition Settings

Enable

Disable

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

Enable number 1

Password Permission

ADDRESS

Key

Partition A permission

Tecla

12345678

Enable Disable

210

Enter

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

211

Enter Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

212

Enter Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

213

Enter Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

214

Enter Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

215

Enter Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

216

Enter Zones 49 to 56 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

217

Enter Zones 57 to 64 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Partition B permission

ADDRESS

Key

Tecla
Enable Disable

12345678

220

Enter

Zones 1 to 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

221

Enter Zones 9 to 16 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

222

Enter Zones 17 to 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

223

Enter Zones 25 to 32 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

224

Enter Zones 33 to 40 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

225

Enter Zones 41 to 48 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

226

Enter Zones 49 to 56 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

227

Enter Zones 57 to 64 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

Result

Key

Result

Enter

Key

Result

Enter

Date Setting

Settings

Result

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD Factory default: 1234
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Note: » DD = Day (01 to 31)
ENTER + 401 + DD MM YY + ENTER » MM = Month (01 to 12) » YY = Year
Note: » DD = Day (01 to 31)
ENTER + 401 + DD MM YY + ENTER » MM = Month (01 to 12) » YY = Year

Time Setting

Settings

Result

Obs.:

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD Factory default: 1234

» HH = Hours ENTER + 400 + HH MM SS + ENTER » MM = Minutes

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» SS = Seconds

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Note: » DD = Day (01 to 31)
ENTER + 400 + HH MM SS + ENTER » MM = Month (01 to 12)
» YY = Year

Day of the week Setting

Settings

Result

ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD Factory default: 1234
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 402 + DAY OF THE WEEK + ENTER
ENTER + 402 + DAY OF THE WEEK + ENTER

Note: Day of the week 1 to 7 Note: Day of the week 1 to 7

Time Zone

Settings
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090
ENTER + MASTER PASSWORD Factory default: 1234

Result

ENTER + 405 + TIME ZONE+ ENTER Note: Time Zone 000 to 012

ENTER + 405 + TIME ZONE+ ENTER

Note: » Time Zone 000 to 012

Siren Time

Settings
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 41 + TIME + ENTER

Result
Note: Time = 00 to 99 min

Entry Time for Partition A

Settings
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 42 + TIME + ENTER

Result
Note: Time = 000 to 255 seconds

Entry Time for Partition B

Settings
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Result
ENTER + 42 + 1 + TIME + ENTER Note: Time = 000 to 255 seconds

Exit Time

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Settings
ENTER + 44 + TIME + ENTER

Result
Note: Time = 000 to 255 seconds

Telephone Registration Deleting the Phone

Phone Number Setting Settings

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 10 + MEMORY + PHONE + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 10 + MEMORY + CANCEL + ENTER

Result
Note: » Telephone = up to 20 digits. » Memory = 1 to 8. » Where: 1 and 2: Monitoring Company » 3: Download and Upload » 4 to 8: Personal Phone
Note: » Telephone = up to 20 digits. » Memory = 1 to 8. » Where: 1 and 2: Monitoring Company » 3: Download and Upload » 4 to 8: Personal Phone

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Number of Rings Setting

Settings

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 12 + RINGS + ENTER

Result
Note: Rings = 00 to 20

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Special Functions Settings

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 514 + 1 + ENTER ENTER + 514 + 2 + ENTER ENTER + 514 + 3 + ENTER ENTER + 514 + 4 + ENTER ENTER + 514 + 5 + ENTER ENTER + 514 + 6 + ENTER ENTER + 514 + 7 + ENTER

Call Back Secretary Override Real-Time Reporting Battery Voltage Report Do Not Report Event Reporting Failure Do Not Report Incorrect Password Periodic Test Only By Phone

Result

Partition A monitoring account

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 15 + 0 + ACCOUNT + ENTER

Note: Account = 0000 to 9999

Partition B monitoring account

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 15 + 1 + ACCOUNT + ENTER

Note: Account = 0000 to 9999

Generated DTMF Level

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 18 + SIGNAL + ENTER Note: DTMF Signal Level: Signal = 0 to 2

Number of Attempts to Report Events

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 13 + ATTEMPTS + ENTER Note: Attempts: 1 to 9

Communication Priority Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 19 + 0 + ENTER ENTER + 19 + 1 + ENTER ENTER + 19 + 2 + ENTER ENTER + 19 + 3 + ENTER

Communication Priority will be Ethernet Communication Priority will be GPRS or 3G Communication priority will be Ethernet then GPRS or 3G Communication Priority will be GPRS or 3G then Ethernet

Destination Address

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
34 Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 801 + 1 ENTER + 801 + 2

ENTER + IP + ENTER ENTER + IP + ENTER

Note: Saves the IP Address of the monitoring company 1.
Note: Saves the IP Address of the monitoring company 2.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

Communication Port

Settings

Result

ENTER + 802 + 1 ENTER + 802 + 2

TYPE PORT + ENTER TYPE PORT + ENTER

Note: » Port = 4 digits » Factory Default: 9009.
Note: » Port = 4 digits » Factory Default: 9009.

Destination DNS Name

Settings

Result

ENTER + 803 + 1

TYPE DNS1 + ENTER Note: Factory Default: amt.intelbras.com.br.

ENTER + 803 + 2

TYPE DNS2 + ENTER Note: Factory Default: Blank

Options for IP Monitoring Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 830 ENTER + 830 ENTER + 830 ENTER + 830 ENTER + 830 ENTER + 830

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER

Note: » Factory Default: Enabled » Enables sending events to Monitoring Company 1.
Note: » Factory Default: Disabled » Enables sending events to Monitoring Company 2.
Note: » Factory Default: Enabled
» Enables the domain name (DNS) of the monitoring company 1.
Note: » Factory Default: Enabled » Enables the domain name (DNS) of the monitoring company 2.
Note: » Factory Default: Disabled
» Enables sending events to Guardian on server 1.
Note: » Factory Default: Disabled. » Enables sending events to Guardian on server 2.

Login for operator 1 and operator 2

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 822+ 1+ ENTER ENTER + 822+ 2 + ENTER

TYPE LOGIN + ENTER TYPE LOGIN + ENTER

Note: » LOGIN: up to 16 digits. » Factory Default: Blank.
Note: » LOGIN: up to 16 digits. » Factory Default: Blank.

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Password for Operator 1 and Operator 2

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 823+ 1+ ENTER ENTER + 823+ 2 + ENTER

TYPE THE PASSWORD + ENTER
TYPE THE PASSWORD + ENTER

Note: » PASSWORD: up to 16 digits. » Factory Default: Blank.
Note: » PASSWORD: up to 16 digits. » Factory Default: Blank.

APN for operator 1 and operator 2

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 824 + 1+ ENTER ENTER + 824+ 2 + ENTER

TYPE APN + ENTER TYPE APN + ENTER

Note: » APN: up to 34 digits. » Factory Default: Blank.
Note: » APN: up to 34 digits. » Factory Default: Blank.

PIN for operator 1 and operator 2

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 825 + 1+ ENTER
ENTER + 825 + 2 + ENTER

Note: TYPE THE PIN + ENTER » PIN: up to 4 digits.
» Factory Default: Blank.
Obs.: TYPE THE PIN + ENTER » PIN: up to 4 digits.
» Factory Default: Blank.

Link Test (GPRS or 3G)

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 827 + INTERVAL + ENTER

Note: » Interval: 000 to 255 minutes
» Factory default: 005 min.

Interval between GPRS or 3G connection attempts

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 829 + INTERVAL + ENTER

Note: » Interval: 00 to 20 minutes
» Factory default: 00 min.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

Settings
ENTER + 828 + 1 + ENTER

DNS Server

Result

TYPE THE IP + ENTER

Note: » IP= IP of the DNS Server 1 » Factory Default: 008.008.008.008.

ENTER + 828 + 2 + ENTER

Note: TYPE THE IP + ENTER » IP= IP of the DNS Server 2
» Factory Default: 008.008.004.004.

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GPRS or 3G channel options

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 832 + ENTER
ENTER + 832 + ENTER
ENTER + 832 + ENTER
ENTER + 832 + ENTER

ENTER + 832 + ENTER
Enable/Disable Daylight Saving Time

Note:

1

» Communication with CHIP 1

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note:

2

» Communication with CHIP 2

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note:

3

» SMS Sending

» Factory Default: Disabled

Note:

4

» SMS Reception

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note:

» SMS mode (AMT 2118 EG from version 1.60 of

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the ETH/GPRS CPU and AMT 2018 E3G from

version 6.00 of the ETH/3G CPU).

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD ENTER + 832 +

Factory default: 9090

ENTER

6

Note: Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default:
9090

Select the SMS events

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 833 + ENTER
ENTER + 833 + ENTER

Note:

1

» SMS on Activation

» Factory default: Enabled.

Note:

2

» SMS when disabled

» Factory default: Enabled.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default:
9090

ENTER + 833 + ENTER
ENTER + 833 + ENTER

Note:

3

» SMS for trigger (will send only the first trigger).

» Factory default: Enabled.

Note:

4

» SMS Reception

» Factory Default: Disabled.

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Phone for SMS

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
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Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 84 + 1 ENTER + 84 + 2 ENTER + 84 + 3 ENTER + 84 + 4 ENTER + 84 + 5

TYPE TELEPHONE + ENTER
TYPE TELEPHONE + ENTER
TYPE TELEPHONE + ENTER
TYPE TELEPHONE + ENTER
TYPE TELEPHONE + ENTER

Note: » Telephone: up to 20 digits » Factory default: blank.
Note: » Telephone: up to 20 digits » Factory default: blank.
Note: » Telephone: up to 20 digits » Factory default: blank.
Note: » Telephone: up to 20 digits » Factory default: blank.
Note: » Telephone: up to 20 digits » Factory default: blank.

Settings

General Settings

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

1 + ENTER

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

2 + ENTER

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

3 + ENTER

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

4 + ENTER

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

5 + ENTER

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

6 + ENTER

Result
Note: » Enables partitioning of the center. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Activates the center by pressing the ACTIVATE key for 3 seconds. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » The center's siren will emit 1 beep upon activation and 2 beeps upon deactivation. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Activates the center even if a Zone is open. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Enable 6-digit User Passwords. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » The system will activate in night mode if it is not partitioned, or only Partition A will activate if it is partitioned. » Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

7 + ENTER

Note: » Only Partition B will be activated if the system is partitioned.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 510 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 516 + ENTER ENTER + 516 + ENTER

ENTER + 511 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 511 + ENTER ENTER + 511 + ENTER

ENTER + 511 + ENTER

ENTER + 511 + ENTER

ENTER + 511 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 511 + ENTER

ENTER + 511 + ENTER

8 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER
7 + ENTER
8 + ENTER

Note:
» Enables the fixation of triggered events to be cleared even when the system is activated by Remote Control.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » The siren will emit 1 beep upon activation and 2 beeps upon deactivation by Remote Control only.
» Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » The siren will emit 1 beep upon activation and 2 beeps upon deactivation by Keyboard only.
» Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Pressing the 0 key for 3 seconds will generate the silent panic event.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Pressing Key 2 for 3 seconds will generate the audible panic event.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Pressing the 5 key for 3 seconds will generate the medical emergency event.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Pressing the 8 key for 3 seconds will generate the fire event.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Pressing the 3 key for 3 seconds will generate the maintenance event.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » The keyboard display backlight will always stay on.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » If the functions Trouble indication by siren and Siren beep on Activation/Deactivation are enabled. If any trouble is detected, 4 short beeps will be emitted upon activation and 2 short beeps will be emitted upon deactivation.
» Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » The cancellation becomes by the number of times the zone is opened.
» Factory Default: Enabled.

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ENTER + 512 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 512 + ENTER ENTER + 512 + ENTER

ENTER + 512 + ENTER ENTER + 512 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 512 + ENTER ENTER + 512 + ENTER

ENTER + 512 + ENTER

ENTER + 513 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 513 + ENTER ENTER + 513 + ENTER

ENTER + 513 + ENTER

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER 1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 8 + ENTER

Note: » Blocks all kinds of Reset. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Blocks the Remote Controls. Activation / Deactivation by password only. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Keyboard will be locked for 10 minutes after the 4th attempt of access by password. It will send a Wrong Password notification to the monitoring company. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Blocks Activation/Deactivation via telephone. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » It will send, at the moment it occurs, a trouble event. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Use this function when you have sensors from another manufacturer or Intelbras 1000 series sensors, which do not have Low Battery detection. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » It will display the clock when all Zones are closed. Otherwise it will show on the display the Zones that are open. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » In the event of a power failure, the battery will be used until it is completely drained. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » For siren wire cut detection, a 2k2 resistor must be connected in parallel with the siren. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » It will send a Siren Trouble event, if the siren wire is short-circuited. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Triggers the siren, even if the system is deactivated. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Hides the editable message on the keyboard. » Factory Default: Disabled.

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Settings
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090
Settings
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Sensor Battery Test
ENTER + 79 + ENTER
Sensor Test
ENTER + 52 + ENTER

Result
Note: » Battery is ok= 3 short beeps. » Low Battery= 1 long beep.
Result
Note: » When enabled, the siren beeps 1 time whenever a sensor is opened or closed.

Register

Remote Control for Medical Emergencies

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 65 + ENTER

Control Key actuation

Note: » Registered Control= 3 short beeps.
» Control Not Registered = 1 long beep.

Delete

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 75 + ENTER

Note: » Deletes all devices registered as Remote Control for Medical Emergencies.

Automatic Zone Cancellation Settings

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 53 + Trigger No. + ENTER

Result
Note: » Trigger Number: 0 to 9. » Factory default: 0.

Keyboard Message editing

Settings

Result

Note: keyboard message editing is available up to version 4.70 of amt 2018 e/eg. Above this version, message editing must be done by amt remote or amt remote app. amt 2118 eg and amt 2018 e3G have keyboard message editing in all versions.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 1 + ACTIVATE + 00 + ENTER

TYPE NAME + ENTER

Note: » Type the Center's Name. » NAME: Up to 14 characters. » Factory default: Intelbras.

ENTER + 1 + ACTIVATE + 00 + ENTER

TYPE NAME + ENTER

Note: » Type a Name for the Users.
» NAME: Up to 14 characters.

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ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 3 + ACTIVATE + ZONE + ENTER

TYPE NAME + ENTER

Note: » Type the Name for the Zones.
» NAME: Up to 14 characters.

ENTER + 4+ ACTIVATE + ZONE + ENTER

TYPE NAME + ENTER

Note: » Enter the Name for the Bus Devices.
» NAME: Up to 14 characters.

ENTER + 5 + ACTIVATE + PANIC USER + ENTER
ENTER + 6 + ACTIVATE + FIRE USER + ENTER

TYPE NAME + ENTER TYPE NAME + ENTER

Note: » Type the Name for Wireless Panic Users.
» NAME: Up to 14 characters.
Note: » Type in the Name for the Wireless Fire Users.
» NAME: Up to 14 characters.

User Attributes (AMT 2118 EG from version 1.20 and AMT 2018 E3G from 1.60)

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 2900 + USER + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 2900 + USER + ENTER
ENTER + 2900 + USER + ENTER

ENTER + 2900 + USER + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 2900 + USER + ENTER
ENTER + 2900 + USER + ENTER

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER

Note: » Permission in Partition A. » USER: 01 to 60. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Permission in Partition A. » USER: 01 to 60. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Not Available. » USER: 01 to 60. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Not Available. » USER: 01 to 60. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Permission to Activate only. » USER: 01 to 60. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Permission for Bypass only. » USER: 01 to 60. » Factory Default: Disabled.

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Zone Attributes (AMT 2118 EG as of version 1.20 and AMT 2018 E3G as of version 1.60)

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 3900 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 3900 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + 3900 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + 3901 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 3901 + ZONE + ENTER
ENTER + 3901 + ZONE + ENTER
ENTER + 3901 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + 3901 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + 3902 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 3902 + ZONE + ENTER
ENTER + 3902 + ZONE + ENTER

ENTER + 3902 + ZONE + ENTER

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER

Note: » Enables the Zones

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: All Zones Enabled (except Keyboard Zones).

Note: » Permission in Partition A.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Permission in Partition B.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Smart Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 24.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Quick Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 24.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Quiet Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » NO Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 24.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Presence Announcer Zone (Chime).

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Timed Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Follower Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » 24 Hour Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

Note: » Panic Zone.

» ZONE: 01 to 48.

» Factory Default: Disabled.

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ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 3902 + ZONE + ENTER
ENTER + 3902 + ZONE + ENTER

5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER

Note: » Medical Emergency Zone. » ZONE: 01 to 48. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Fire Zone. » ZONE: 01 to 48. » Factory Default: Disabled.

Input On (only in AMT 2018 E3G)

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 0099 + ZONE + ENTER

Note: » ZONE: 01 to 24.
» Factory Default: 00 - Disabled.

Partition of the Input On

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 516 + ENTER ENTER + 516 + ENTER

5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER

Note: » Permission in Partition A. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Permission in Partition B. » Factory Default: Disabled.

Permission to Activate/Deactivate the Input On

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 518 + ENTER

2 + ENTER

Note: » Permission to Activate.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 518 + ENTER

3 + ENTER

Note: » Permission to Deactivate.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

PGM1 Remote Control Registration

Register Delete

Settings

ENTER + INSTALLER

PASSWORD Factory default:

ENTER + 66 + 1 + ENTER

9090

ENTER + INSTALLER

PASSWORD Factory default:

ENTER + 76 + 1 + ENTER

9090

Control Key actuation

Result
Note: » Registered Control = 3 short beeps. » Control Not Registered = 1 long beep.
Note: » Deletes all controls registered to PGM 1.

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Register Delete

PGM 2 Remote Control Registration

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER

PASSWORD Factory default:

ENTER + 66 + 2 + ENTER

9090

Control Key actuation

Note: » Registered Control = 3 short beeps.
» Control Not Registered = 1 long beep.

ENTER + INSTALLER

PASSWORD Factory default:

ENTER + 76 + 2 + ENTER

9090

Note: » Clears all controls registered to PGM 2.

Register Delete
Register Delete
Register Delete

Remote Control Registration for Audible Panic

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 62 + User + ENTER
ENTER + 72 + User + ENTER

Control Key actuation

Note: » User = 01 to 60. » Registered = 3 short beeps. » Not Registered = 1 long beep.

Note: USER: 01 to 60.

Remote Control Registration for Silent Panic

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 63 + User + ENTER
ENTER + 73 + User + ENTER

Control Key actuation

Note: » User = 01 to 60. » Registered = 3 short beeps. » Not Registered = 1 long beep.

Note: USER: 01 to 60.

Cadastro Controle Remoto para Incêndio

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 64 + User + ENTER

Control Key actuation

Note: » User = 01 to 60. » Registered = 3 short beeps. » Not Registered = 1 long beep.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 73 + User + ENTER

Note: » User = 01 to 60

Auto-activation due to Inactivity

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Note: ENTER + 460 + TIME + ENTER » Time: 00 to 99 minutes.
» Factory default: 00.

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ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

Auto Activation by Time

Settings

Result

Note: ENTER + 461 + TIME + ENTER » Displays the Auto Activation Schedule.
» Factory default: 00:00.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

Days for scheduled AutoDeactivation

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 839 + ENTER

1 + ENTER

Note: » Sunday.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 839 + ENTER ENTER + 839 + ENTER

2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER

Note: » Monday. » Factory Default: Disabled.
Note: » Tuesday. » Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 839 + ENTER

4 + ENTER

Note: » Wednesday.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 839 + ENTER

5 + ENTER

Note: » Thursday.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 839 + ENTER

6 + ENTER

Note: » Friday.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 839 + ENTER

7 + ENTER

Note: » Saturday.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

ENTER + 839 + ENTER

8 + ENTER

Note: » Holiday.
» Factory Default: Disabled.

Scheduled Auto Deactivation Time

Settings

Result

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 463 + 1 + ENTER
ENTER + 463 + 2 + ENTER

TYPE TIME + ENTER TYPE TIME + ENTER

Note: » Time for Sunday. » Factory default: 00:00.
Note: » Time for Monday. » Factory default: 00:00.

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ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 463 + 3 + ENTER
ENTER + 463 + 4 + ENTER
ENTER + 463 + 5 + ENTER
ENTER + 463 + 6 + ENTER
ENTER + 463 + 7 + ENTER
ENTER + 463 + 8 + ENTER

TYPE TIME + ENTER TYPE TIME + ENTER TYPE TIME + ENTER TYPE TIME + ENTER TYPE TIME + ENTER TYPE TIME + ENTER

Note: » Time for Tuesday. » Factory default: 00:00.
Note: » Time for Wednesday. » Factory default: 00:00.
Note: » Time for Thursday. » Factory default: 00:00
Note: » Time for Friday. » Factory default: 00:00.
Note: » Time for Saturday. » Factory default: 00:00.
Note: » Time for holiday. » Factory default: 00:00.

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090
ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

Opening Type Events

Settings

Result

Enable

Disable

ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER ENTER + 900 + ENTER

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER

Note: » Deactivation by the User. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » N/A. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Zone Triggering. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » 24h Zone Trigger. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Silent Trigger. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Perimeter Trigger. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Sensor Wiring Cut. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Short-circuit in the sensor wiring. » Factory Default: Enabled.

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ENTER + 901 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 901 + ENTER ENTER + 901 + ENTER

ENTER + 901 + ENTER

ENTER + 901 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 901 + ENTER ENTER + 901 + ENTER

ENTER + 901 + ENTER

ENTER + 902 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 902 + ENTER ENTER + 902 + ENTER

ENTER + 902 + ENTER

ENTER + 902 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 902 + ENTER ENTER + 902 + ENTER

ENTER + 902 + ENTER

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER 1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER

Note: » Sensor Tamper. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Bus Receiver or Keyboard Problem. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Keyboard Tamper. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Temporary Zone Cancellation. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Cancel by triggering. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Failure in the Electrical Network. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Main battery low or short-circuited. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Main battery missing or inverted. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » AUX output overload. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Cut or short-circuit in the siren. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Telephone line failure. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Low battery of the wireless sensor. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Deactivation by computer or telephone. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » N/A » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » N/A. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Medical Emergency. » Factory Default: Enabled.

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ENTER + 903 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD Factory default:
9090

ENTER + 903 + ENTER ENTER + 903 + ENTER

ENTER + 903 + ENTER

ENTER + 903 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 903 + ENTER ENTER + 903 + ENTER

ENTER + 903 + ENTER

ENTER + 904 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 904 + ENTER ENTER + 904 + ENTER

ENTER + 904 + ENTER

ENTER + 904 + ENTER

ENTER + INSTALLER PASSWORD
Factory default: 9090

ENTER + 904 + ENTER ENTER + 904 + ENTER

ENTER + 904 + ENTER

1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER 1 + ENTER 2 + ENTER 3 + ENTER 4 + ENTER 5 + ENTER 6 + ENTER 7 + ENTER 8 + ENTER

Note: » Trigger or fire panic. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Duress Password. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Silent Panic. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Audible or silent panic. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Reset by programming mode. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Changing the panel's programming. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Failed to report event. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Incorrect Password. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Remote access by software. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Download Failed. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Manual Test. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Periodic Test. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Maintenance Request. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Reset in the buffer of events. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Full events log. » Factory Default: Enabled.
Note: » Date and time have been reset. » Factory Default: Enabled.

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Warranty Terms
It is hereby expressly stated that this contractual warranty is conferred under the following conditions:

Name of client: Client Signature: Invoice Nº: Date of purchase: Model: Retailer:

Serial Nº:

1. All parts, pieces and components of the product are guaranteed against eventual manufacturing defects, which they may eventually present, for a period of 1 (one) year - this being 90 (ninety) days of legal guarantee and 9 (nine) months of contractual guarantee -, as from the date of purchase of the product by the Consumer, as shown on the invoice for the purchase of the product, which is an integral part of this Term throughout the entire national territory. This contractual warranty includes the free replacement of parts, pieces, and components that present manufacturing defects, including the expenses for the labor used in this repair. If no manufacturing defect is found, but defect(s) arising from improper use, the Consumer will bear these expenses.
2. The product´s installation should be done according to the Product Manual and/or Installation Guide. If your product requires installation and configuration by a qualified technician, look for a competent and specialized professional, considering that the costs for these services are not included in the product's price.
3. Once the defect is confirmed, the Consumer must immediately contact the nearest Authorized Service listed by the manufacturer - only these are authorized to examine and repair the defect during the warranty period foreseen herein. If this is not done, this warranty will be void, since it will be characterized as a violation of the product.
4. In the event that the Consumer requests home assistance, he or she must go to the nearest Authorized Service to inquire about the technical visit fee. If it is necessary to remove the product, the resulting expenses, such as transportation and security costs to and from of the product, will be the responsibility of the Consumer.

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5. The warranty will totally lose its validity in the occurrence of any of the following hypotheses: a) if the defect is not of manufacturing, but caused by the Consumer or by third parties not related to the manufacturer; b) if the damage to the product comes from accidents, disasters, nature agents (lightning, flooding, landslides, etc.), humidity, voltage in the electrical network (overvoltage caused by accidents or excessive fluctuations in the network), installation/use in disagreement with the user's manual or resulting from the natural wear and tear of the parts and components; c) if the product has suffered chemical, electromagnetic, electrical or animal (insects, etc.) influence; d) if the product's serial number has been tampered with or scraped; e) if the device has been breached.
6. This warranty does not cover loss of data, therefore it is recommended, if relevant to the product, that the Consumer make a regular backup copy of the data on the product.
7. Intelbras is not responsible for the installation of this product, nor for any attempts of fraud and/or sabotage on its products. Keep the software updates and applications used up-to-date, if relevant, as well as the network protections required for protection against intrusions (hackers). The equipment is guaranteed against vices within its normal conditions of use, and it is important to be aware that, because it is an electronic equipment, it is not free of frauds and scams that may interfere with its correct operation.
8. After its useful lifespan, the product must be delivered to an Intelbras authorized service center or directly disposed of in an environmentally appropriate manner, avoiding environmental and health impacts. If you prefer, the battery as well as other Intelbras brand electronics without use, can be discarded at any Green Eletron collection point (manager of electro-electronic waste with whom we are associated). If you have any questions about the reverse logistics process, please contact us by phone (48) 2106-0006 or 0800 704 2767 (Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm and on Saturdays from 8am to 6pm) or by e-mail [email protected].
As these are the conditions of this supplemental Warranty Term, Intelbras S/A reserves the right to alter the general, technical and aesthetic characteristics of its products without prior notice. All images in this manual are illustrative.
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Customer Support: (48) 2106 0006 Forum: forum.intelbras.com.br Support via chat: chat.intelbras.com.br Support via e-mail: [email protected] Customer Service: 0800 7042767 Where to buy? Who installs it? 0800 7245115
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