Description: The article is about adt pulse login. This is an introduction about different ADT system. There are some simple methods you can use to help you identify which ADT home security system you have installed in your home.
At ADT,we pride ourselves on being able to customize a security system solution for you. When we select products to outfit your home or business,we choose high quality and reliable devices. If you ever have a concern,you can call ADT,we’ll verify the type of system you have,knowing which version you have will help us quickly provide assistance.
How do you know which system you have? The easiest way to identify the system is by the style of your keypad,the following are descriptions of ADT’s most popular systems. This is the Quick Connect or link system keypad,you’ll know that you have a Quick Connect keypad if there’s no flip down door or if you see a speaker on the bottom left of the keypad. The keypad should also have an ADT logo on the bottom right,this keypad is nearly 2 inches in width and has a raised keyboard in the middle.
This is the safe watch pro 6150 or Vista Series keypad,the keypad has an embossed ADT logo on the lower right and LED lights on the left of the flip down door,there’s a speaker to the left of the display. Once the door is opened,you’ll see four icon buttons to the left of the numeric keyboard.
Two other keypads working with the safe watch Pro and Vista series systems are the 6160 keypad and this 6280 touchscreen keypad,this is the premise Pro 5500 keypad,this keypad has rounded edges and a flip-down door,there’s an ADT logo to the left of the display. Once the door is opened,you’ll see five buttons to the left of the numeric keyboard and another five to the right.
Another keypad that works with the premise pro system is the 5504 model which has a four inch touchscreen,this is the DSC empathic,it has a DSC logo below the display and a speaker to the left of the display,the flip down door reveals eight buttons to the left of the numeric keyboard and another five buttons to the right.
This is the GE UTC Concord keypad,it has two up/down arrow buttons to the right of the display,under the door,you’ll find three buttons on the left of the numeric keyboard and five buttons on the right. Another keypad that works with a Concord system is this Superbus 2000 keypad. This is the BHS three one zero one keypad,it’s a one-piece keypad with no flip down door and a logo to the left of the display.
There is a speaker,there are three recessed icon buttons to the left of the raised numeric keyboard with a large cancel button in another row of buttons to the right. The VHS system can also be used with this BHS 312 keypad,it has the same buttons as the BHS 3101 but has a row of LED lights across the top instead of the LCD display.
This is the Lynx 5,000 keypad,it’s a one-piece keypad and has a full-color touchscreen display with four icon buttons below the display and a speaker at the bottom right. This is the TS keypad,it has a removable flip down door with the ADT logo on it,to the right of the display,you’ll see a set of LED lights.
Under the door you’ll find an ADT logo to the left of the raised keyboard which has four icon buttons to the left of the numbers. This is the Simon XT keypad,there are four buttons below the display,on the lower part of the keypad,there are three icon buttons to the left of the raised numeric keyboard.
There are two speakers diagonal from one another. This is the CaddX keypad,there are up/down arrows to the right of the display and four LED indicator lights beneath the display. Under the flip down door,there are three icon buttons to the left of the numeric keyboard and five to the right.
Now you will know which type of system you have,it’s easy to handle maintenance items such as replacing the batteries or referencing the system when speaking with an ADT representative. To see how to change the batteries for your system when necessary,you can find our system battery replacement tutorials,if you still need some help,you can give ADT a call.