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How do you set Simon XT to sound instant alarm once door or window has been breached withough having to wait the 30 second disarm allowance? I have a couple of doors that already sound alarm when opened and a couple of others that allow time out.

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SOURCE: GE Simon Security System - help!!

The default for option 10 is 30 seconds and option 11 is 60 seconds.
It sounds like option 10 is turned off because when turned off the entry delay is set to 005 seconds. All entries must be 3 digits.
You ca set option 10 and 11 from 005-254 seconds. Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

WirelessGreg
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SOURCE: goes off even when disarmed!

This is from page 19 of the Simon3 manual found here:
http://www.safemart.com/manuals/simon3.pdf

It appears you have the "CHIME on Motion" enabled. Follow the Option 41 steps to disable it.

Option 41 - Voice Chime
The panel will verbally announce which chime sensor has been tripped if the chime
feature is on.
Add enables chime voice.
1. Open panel cover. Panel announces, Use numbered keys to enter ID.
2. Enter Access Code using the numbered keys. Panel announces, Please select from
Start Menu.
3. Press Add from the Start menu. Panel announces, Select from main menu
4. Press Option #. Panel announces, Option 1, press again for next option or done to
select.
5. Press 41. Panel announces, Option 41, press again for next option or done to
select
6. Press DONE. Panel announces, Option 41 is on.
Delete disables chime voice. The panel will not announce which chime sensor has
been tripped but will still chime 2 times for doors and 3 times for motion sensors when
a given sensor is tripped.
1. Open panel cover. Panel announces, Use numbered keys to enter ID.
2. Enter Access Code using the numbered keys. Panel announces, Please select from
Start Menu.
3. Press Delete from the Start menu. Panel announces, Select from main menu
4. Press Option #. Panel announces, Option 1, press again for next option or done to
select.
5. Press 41. Panel announces, Option 41, press again for next option or done to
delete
6. Press DONE. Panel announces, Option 41 deleted.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Disarming / Access Code/ Resetting

Ask seller or previous owner the code, or read in the manual how to reset the system to factory defaults
On the previous version (Simon3) it was press cancel + clock set + Minutes+ at the same time and the power up from battery

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Programing 1st and 2nd numbers on the Simon XT home alarm

Try entering the programming mode with the dealer code, not the master. It's 4321 by default.

James

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Simon XT panel does not want to learn motion sensor

try learming the sensor in by removing the back and actavation the tamper switch of the unit. also make sure that the unit is not already learned into the unit and if all else falil default the panel and start over.

mj

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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