Smoke Detector Programming

  1. Select RF sensor #(01 to 48). Assign the Wireless Smoke/Heat Alarm to a new zone.
  2. Select RF sensor type.

    • (09) 24‐hour fire (recommended for smoke and fire)
    • (16) 24‐hour fire with verification (optional)
    • (23) no response type (optional with freeze)
  3. Select RF equipment type.
  4. Select RF sensor equipment code. Enter 1058 for the SMKT3‐345 2GIG Smoke/Heat Alarm.
  5. Enter RF sensor serial number (7 digits).

    • Manual Entry: Type in the last 7 digits of the TX ID that is found outside the box or on the
      bottom of the head unit by removing the base.

    • Auto Entry: With the panel in Learn‐in mode (press Shift then Learn) cause a tamper on the
      alarm by twisting the base unit counter‐clockwise and removing it. The correct TX ID should
      appear. Accept the correct TX ID by pressing ok.

    • Remember to press the ↓ arrow to continue through the system configuration prompts.
  6. Select RF sensor equipment age.

    • (0) new (product is new)
    • (1) existing (product already exists).
  7. Select RF sensor loop number. Select which loop you would like to set up.

    • (1) Smoke
    • (2) Heat
    • (3) Freeze
    • NOTE: Each loop must be setup as a different zone. If you want to utilize all three features
    • (smoke, heat, freeze) you will need to setup three different zones and use each loop.
  8. Select RF sensor 1 dialer delay

    • (0) disabled (there should never be a dialer delay on this type of alarm)
  9. Construct RF sensor descriptor. Press Insert then press any number between 002 and 255 to add a word.
    Example: If you wanted to name this alarm as “smoke alarm,” press Insert then
    press 208 for SMOKE. Press Insert then press 005 for ALARM.

  10. Select RF sensor reports (0 to 1).

    • (0) disabled (sensor does not report to central station)
    • (1) enabled (sensor reports to the central station)
  11. Select RF sensor supervised (0 to 1).

    • (0) disabled (sensor does not report loss of supervision or low battery)
    • (1) enabled (sensor reports loss of supervision or low battery)
  12. Select RF sensor chime (0 to 13).

    • (0) disabled (panel will not chime when sensor is activated)
    • (1)‐(13) (selects a voice and chime to sound when sensor is activated)
  13. To program another sensor, click next.
  14. To exit prog