Have you recently purchased a DSC PC 2550 alarm monitoring system but are still becoming familiar with all its various functions? If so, you’ve probably come across the term “master code.” The American Alarm technician who installed this residential burglar alarm likely told you that the master code is used to arm and disarm your system. But that is not all this important combination has the power to do.
This series of four numbers can also be used to program additional codes and even altering other features that can be found in the DSC user manual. The next question that you may have is how in the world you are supposed to know what your master code is? There’s nothing complicated involved. Your technician will give it to you after he is done installing your alarm. All keypad entries are made by pushing one key at a time and can be adjusted any time you feel like doing so. If you are interested in learning more about access codes, then you’ll want to visit the section of the DSC owners manual entitled “Additional Access Codes.”
If you would like to get more information on DSC PC2550 Alarm and how it is used to keep your family and home safe, then don’t hesitate to call us at American Alarm. Our experienced agents can give you all the information that you need and even send a technician to your Atlanta house if necessary. Call us anytime at (770) 645-0061 or log onto our user-friendly website, www.AmericanAlarm.net. We look forward to hearing from you!