Quick Reference Guide – Bosch 7412 Security

THIS QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE for the Bosch 7412 Security and Fire Panel DOES NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF THE MANUFACTURES OWNER’S MANUAL. PLEASE REFER TO IT FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTION. QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR YOUR SYSTEM:

Note: The security code(s) will arm/disarm your system.

COMMAND 1: “LEAVING” Arms everything with entry/exit time on specific doors. Perimeter and interior are both on.

COMMAND 11: “ALL ON INSTANT” Arms everything with no entry/exit time. Perimeter and interior are both on with NO delay.

COMMAND 2: “PERIMETER INSTANT” Motion detectors are NOT active, no entry/exit time for doors.

COMMAND 3: “PERIMETER DELAY” Motion detectors are NOT active, provides entry/exit time for specific doors.

COMMAND 4: “RESET” Clear.

Note: If command 4 does not clear keypad try your code followed by the ESC key.

COMMAND 55: “Change codes” Enter old code followed by the Enter key. Enter new code followed by the Enter key. Enter new code again to verify followed by the Enter key. Keypad will display passcode changed.

View log: hit 99 enter, follow directions on keypad.

COMMAND 6: “BEEP” Watch mode. Makes all perimeter zones “beep” if system is not armed.

COMMAND 7: “FIRE” panic. Available 24 hours. Central Station will dispatch immediately.

COMMAND 8: “ICE TEA ON THE DECK” (Partial System) Automatically bypasses any open perimeter zone(s) and arms system with entry/exit times on specific doors and NO motion detectors.

COMMAND 9: “POLICE” panic. Available 24 hours. Central Station will dispatch immediately.