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Our experienced technicians have been servicing security systems in Melbourne for over 30 years. We’ve seen and repaired every fault imaginable on DAS security systems including the DL-100, DL-150 and DL-200. That’s why we’re confident that we’ll have your fault repaired…properly, in 30 minutes.

Remember: When it comes to alarm system servicing and repairs you’re paying for a technician’s time. The more experienced the technician, the less time it will take to repair.

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How Do I Stop My DAS Alarm Beeping?

Your DAS alarm  codepad will beep under the following conditions:

1 – Beeps for all keypresses.

2 – Sounds a continuous tone during the Entry delay time, or Partial Arm delay time.

3 – Pulses when a day zone is violated while the system is disarmed.

4 – Pulses when a FIRE zone has a trouble condition.
n Pulses when the armed status changes and the AC power is off.

5 – Beeps 3 times for trying to arm with the “READY” light off, if “AUTOMATIC ISOLATE” has not
been selected.

6 – Beeps 1 second for the “CHIME” feature.

7 – Beeps 1 second at the end of the exit delay.

8 – Beeps to indicate telephone line fault if selected.

When pulsing, the codepad sounder may be silenced by entering a valid code. The arm/disarm state
of your system will not change when entering a code to silence a pulsing code pad sounder.

Adding a User Code

Your alarm system can be armed and disarmed by the Master code (User Code #1) and up to 15 auxiliary codes.

All codes must have 4 digits.

These Auxiliary codes are
individually numbered from 2 to 15 (User code 15 may be reserved for an optional Duress code, see page 5 of the DAS Alarm User Manual under “DURESS CODE”).

If Auxiliary codes are desired, they must be
programmed individually.

Only persons knowing the Master code can assign or change auxiliary codes (see programming Auxiliary codes below).


CHANGING THE MASTER CODE – The master code is user code #1, and must be referred to by its number.

For example, if the Master code is [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] and you want to change
it to [5]-[3]-[4]-[2], the sequence would be as follows:

Press [*]-[1]-[#]

(this enters
programming for user #01),

then [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] (the old Master code), then

[*]-[1]-[#] ,

then
[5]-[3]-[4]-[2] (new Master code)

then [*]-[1]-[#].

The entire sequence would consist of
pressing the 17 keys shown below.
[*
]-[1]-[#] – [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] – [*]-[1]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[#]
(Code 01) (Master Code) (New Code)
PROGRAMMING AUXILIARY CODES 

In order to program Auxiliary Codes you must know the Master code.

As stated earlier, each auxiliary code has its own unique number from 2 to
15.

It is programmed much like the Master Code.

For example, to program Auxiliary user
code #12, the sequence would be as follows:


[*
]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [6]-[7]-[8]-[9] – [*]-[1]-[2][#]
(Code 12) (Master Code) (New Code)


REMOVING AUXILIARY CODES – To remove an Auxiliary user code, simply program that
code with the same code as the master code (01). For example, to remove user code #12,
the sequence would be as follows:


[*
]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[2]-[#]
(Code 12) (Master Code) (Master Code)

How Do I View The Alarm memory on My DAS Alarm?

To review the previous alarm, press [0] and wait 5 seconds. The zones that were activated
during the last alarm will flash for 5 seconds. This condition will stay in memory until the next
alarm activation

Manually Isolating Zones

To isolate any of the zones on the DAS Security Alarm, press:

[*], zone number(s) to be isolated (1 thru 6),and[*].


Zones cannot be isolated or de-isolated while the control is armed.
When the security system is disarmed, all isolated zones will be de-isolated.


As isolated zones are not protected, this procedure should only be given to authorized persons.

For example, to isolate zone 1, the sequence would be as follows:
[*] – [1] – [*]
To isolate zones 1, 3, and 4, the sequence would be as follows:
[*] – [1] – [3] – [4] – [*]

How Do I Arm My Alarm System in Partial Mode for Sleeping?

 Your installing company must  program the “Partial Arm” feature for
your security system.

“Partial Arm” allows “At Home” system arming for added security.


To use this feature, press the [
2] key on the code pad control.

After 5 seconds the
“ARMED” and “PARTIAL” lights on the Code pad Control will be illuminated, indicating that
your Security System has entered the “Partial Arm” mode.

When selected, the following
listed zones will be isolated , and all other zones will cause the code pad
buzzer only to sound for 5 seconds before the system siren is activated and the alarm signal is transmitted to a Base Station (if your security system is monitored by a Base
Station).

This allows you to reset your security system prior to it reaching an emergency
stage in the event of an accidental zone violation.

To turn this feature off, enter your four
digit code at the code pad control. The “Armed” and “Partial” lights on the code pad control
will go out and the security system will be in a full disarmed condition

Alarm key pad was flashing the battery symbol intermittingly. Could not be happier with the service provided, from the lovely lady who took my call and to Steve arriving on time and explaining all that he would do. Battery replaced. I highly reccommend this company. The person who initially installed alarm system (different company) was so unreliable. Steve was just absolutely amazing, thank you so much.

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Agree with previous reviews! Tara was courteous, professional, knowledgeable and informative. She repaired a faulty alarm that another serviceman had botched. Her instructions were very clear. I would highly recommend Melbourne Alarms and Tara to anyone looking to do a repair or install.

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How Do I Stop My DAS Alarm Beeping?

Your DAS alarm  codepad will beep under the following conditions:

1 – Beeps for all keypresses.

2 – Sounds a continuous tone during the Entry delay time, or Partial Arm delay time.

3 – Pulses when a day zone is violated while the system is disarmed.

4 – Pulses when a FIRE zone has a trouble condition.
n Pulses when the armed status changes and the AC power is off.

5 – Beeps 3 times for trying to arm with the “READY” light off, if “AUTOMATIC ISOLATE” has not
been selected.

6 – Beeps 1 second for the “CHIME” feature.

7 – Beeps 1 second at the end of the exit delay.

8 – Beeps to indicate telephone line fault if selected.

When pulsing, the codepad sounder may be silenced by entering a valid code. The arm/disarm state
of your system will not change when entering a code to silence a pulsing code pad sounder.

Adding a User Code

Your alarm system can be armed and disarmed by the Master code (User Code #1) and up to 15 auxiliary codes.

All codes must have 4 digits.

These Auxiliary codes are
individually numbered from 2 to 15 (User code 15 may be reserved for an optional Duress code, see page 5 of the DAS Alarm User Manual under “DURESS CODE”).

If Auxiliary codes are desired, they must be
programmed individually.

Only persons knowing the Master code can assign or change auxiliary codes (see programming Auxiliary codes below).


CHANGING THE MASTER CODE – The master code is user code #1, and must be referred to by its number.

For example, if the Master code is [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] and you want to change
it to [5]-[3]-[4]-[2], the sequence would be as follows:

Press [*]-[1]-[#]

(this enters
programming for user #01),

then [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] (the old Master code), then

[*]-[1]-[#] ,

then
[5]-[3]-[4]-[2] (new Master code)

then [*]-[1]-[#].

The entire sequence would consist of
pressing the 17 keys shown below.
[*
]-[1]-[#] – [1]-[2]-[3]-[4] – [*]-[1]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[#]
(Code 01) (Master Code) (New Code)
PROGRAMMING AUXILIARY CODES 

In order to program Auxiliary Codes you must know the Master code.

As stated earlier, each auxiliary code has its own unique number from 2 to
15.

It is programmed much like the Master Code.

For example, to program Auxiliary user
code #12, the sequence would be as follows:


[*
]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [6]-[7]-[8]-[9] – [*]-[1]-[2][#]
(Code 12) (Master Code) (New Code)


REMOVING AUXILIARY CODES – To remove an Auxiliary user code, simply program that
code with the same code as the master code (01). For example, to remove user code #12,
the sequence would be as follows:


[*
]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[2]-[#] – [5]-[3]-[4]-[2] – [*]-[1]-[2]-[#]
(Code 12) (Master Code) (Master Code)

How Do I View The Alarm memory on My DAS Alarm?

To review the previous alarm, press [0] and wait 5 seconds. The zones that were activated
during the last alarm will flash for 5 seconds. This condition will stay in memory until the next
alarm activation

Manually Isolating Zones

To isolate any of the zones on the DAS Security Alarm, press:

[*], zone number(s) to be isolated (1 thru 6),and[*].


Zones cannot be isolated or de-isolated while the control is armed.
When the security system is disarmed, all isolated zones will be de-isolated.


As isolated zones are not protected, this procedure should only be given to authorized persons.

For example, to isolate zone 1, the sequence would be as follows:
[*] – [1] – [*]
To isolate zones 1, 3, and 4, the sequence would be as follows:
[*] – [1] – [3] – [4] – [*]

How Do I Arm My Alarm System in Partial Mode for Sleeping?

 Your installing company must  program the “Partial Arm” feature for
your security system.

“Partial Arm” allows “At Home” system arming for added security.


To use this feature, press the [
2] key on the code pad control.

After 5 seconds the
“ARMED” and “PARTIAL” lights on the Code pad Control will be illuminated, indicating that
your Security System has entered the “Partial Arm” mode.

When selected, the following
listed zones will be isolated , and all other zones will cause the code pad
buzzer only to sound for 5 seconds before the system siren is activated and the alarm signal is transmitted to a Base Station (if your security system is monitored by a Base
Station).

This allows you to reset your security system prior to it reaching an emergency
stage in the event of an accidental zone violation.

To turn this feature off, enter your four
digit code at the code pad control. The “Armed” and “Partial” lights on the code pad control
will go out and the security system will be in a full disarmed condition

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“Excellent service. Friendly, helpful and very efficient. I have every confidence in my new Melbourne Alarms security system.

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Thanks very much Steve. You have put into my home an excellent system. I now feel safe and secure.

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Excellent job. Solved all problems. A very careful installer – very neat. A first class job.

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We aim to get your system working as quickly as possible

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Pet Sensors

Got a new pet? Replace one or more Standard motion sensors with pet-tolerent sensors.

Add an App

Apps are available for most modern security systems. Arm, disarm and get alarm notifications on your smartphone

Garage Door Alert

Ever come home to find that your garage door was still open? Add a 'Garage Door Left Open ' alert to your system.

Remote Controls

Add the convenience of remote controls to your security system

Video Verification Camera

Add a camera that alerts you if your alarm has been triggered. Sends a video clip to your phone. Works with any system

Early Warning

Add early warning perimeter detection. Be alerted if a potential intruder is prowling around your vulnerable doors and windows. Take action while he’s still outside

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