Here is a brief rundown of the five options for muting the audible alarm on an AFA 1000.
1. Temporary mute 2. Permanent mute 3. Night Setback 4. Alarm Disable 5. "Link" power
1. Temporary mute
When the monitor is in alarm mode, press the enter button. The horn will remain off for the duration of the alarm condition. When the monitor returns to safe mode, the alarm will be re- enabled for the next time the monitor has an alarm condition. Users have the option of activating a timer for this temporary mute by following these steps: 1. Hold the enter button until you are given the choice between Run and Set Up. Choose Set Up. 2. Next, choose Configure (default password is 0-0-0-0). 3. Scroll down to Low Air Timer 4. Changed to Enabled 5. Set the timer (the default option is five minutes; the range is one to 30 minutes) 6. Select Done, this returns you to the main menu. 7. Select Run.
2. Permanent mute.
This is a “permanent” mute activated by going through the monitor's software via the following steps: 8. Hold the enter button until you are given the choice between Run and Set Up. Choose Set Up. 9. Next, choose Configure (default password is 0-0-0-0). 10. Next, choose CalConfig Menu
11. Then, scroll until you see Audible Alarm. 12. Change to Not Enabled, then press enter. 13. This returns you to the CalConfig Menu. 14. Select Done, this returns you to the main menu. 15. Select Run.
16. You should go back to the standard operation screen. There will be an icon of the horn with a slash through it and the green light will flash. When there is an alarm condition, the red light will flash and the display will alternate between the face velocity and AIR FAIL. To undo the permanent silence, repeat the steps until you are in the Audible Alarm menu, and then change to Enabled.
3. Night Setback
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