|REMC1 staff: This page serves as a basic user guide. Most likely you need: Bosch Alarm Systems since it contains administrative details.|
Please note, there are no pins/codes/ect in the Bosch system. They have been antiquated.
To arm the system please do the following:
Alarm will disarm automatically when an exterior door is opened using the card system. Do not scan your badge on the alarm system.
If the alarm will not enter a ready state, follow the steps below:
If the alarm goes off, follow this procedure:
The card reader can have 3 different light colors.
|Color||Alarm State||Alarm System State|
|Armed||Alarm is armed.|
|Amber||Disarmed||Alarm is not ready to be armed and is currently disarmed.|
|Green||Disarmed||Alarm is disarmed and ready to be armed.|
The system will send notifications to E-Mail and Slack. They will look like this:
09/26/2019 6:40PM 425 Alarm, Ar-1 CCISD, Pt-4 LC Reception - Panic Button
Now, let's take this apart to see what each section does.
|Red||Time the event occurred.|
|Blue||Account this occurred for and event. Alarm is when something occurs, point restore is when it goes back to normal.|
|Orange||The area in which this event occurred. Some locations only have one area. Others have multiple.|
|Black||The name and number of the point in fault. This is the place in the building with the issue. Do not ignore this section.|
For motion and door alerts you will receive both a "point in alarm" notification and a "point restored" notification. "Point in alarm" indicates when the event first started and "point restored" indicates when it stopped occurring. If this time is very short (about a minute) this is most likely a false alert.