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Once the software is installed, it is necessary to set up the software to manage your unique security system There are a number of attributes that can be managed, ranging from individual access codes to naming specific zones 1 MINUTE
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The first step in setting up your Omni security system is to create a new file This is done by accessing the File | New command Next, you ll be presented with a dialog box asking for the name of your file With that entered, you are presented with a list of the various Omni systems Since we ve installed the Omni II, the radio button next to that was automatically selected
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PC Access allows you to assign 16 unique access codes That is, you can give a different code with different restrictions to 16 different people (or groups of people) For example, you can assign unique codes to yourself, your spouse, and your children With everyone having a unique access code, another layer of convenience and security is afforded In the event someone gives their code away or there is some sort of breach, then everyone doesn t have to remember a new code You can also set up accounts that are restricted as to when they are allowed to enter the premises For example, if you have cleaning staff coming in
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Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between noon and 2 pm, you can give them their own, unique code that is only valid on those days and times The ability to assign 16 access codes might seem overkill for the home use of this device However, bearing in mind that the Omni II is geared toward both homes and small businesses, it is possible to give a unique access code to different employees or service providers To access this tool, follow Setup | Codes Once you ve started the tool, as shown in Figure 7-1, you can select a user number, then change their code, times of access, and so forth
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Security systems are like beautiful snowflakes no two are exactly alike Your security system will have different sensors and behaviors than your neighbor s system As such, it is necessary to set up the zones unique to your system and tell the system what type of sensor is connected to each zone On the PC Access application, follow Setup | Installer | Zones to access the Zones tool Once there, you ll see a window like the one shown in Figure 7-2 There are two sets of radio buttons, a list of all the available zones, and a pull-down menu to select which type of sensor is being used with each zone
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Figure 7-2
Configuring zones on PC Access
The two sets of radio buttons allow you to specify whether you are using wireless receivers (select either yes or no ) The other set of radio buttons allows you to specify whether you are using end-of-line resistors These resistors are attached to the sensor s wiring between the sensor and the control panel, near the sensor Whether you are using these resistors or not, it is important to indicate your choice to PC Access This is a good time to break out the plan you drew for sensor placement in 6 In the center of the Setup Installer Zones window is a list of all the available zones By clicking on the appropriate zone and then selecting the type of sensor used, you can quickly set up your security system These settings will determine later what to arm and when to signal a breach For example, if a sensor is designated as entry/exit and you arm the system, if any of these become not ready, the alarm will be tripped Some will trip an alarm all the time, like fire Some of the sensor types supported include these:
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