Security & Fire Protection Systems/FBII 4600DL star XL2-silver CODE



I have written to you before and thanks for your advice regarding our alarm. We moved our keypad to our bedroom and everything seems to be working fine. But our alarm code has been seen by others and we want to change it. Please help, all we know is the 4 digit code to arm and disarm.


Password Reset Instructions
Password Reset Instruc  
Hello Sherry -- I'm glad moving the keypad worked out for you.

I'm attaching an image to this note that captures the instructions for assigning passwords.

Being able to do this is incumbent on having the "master" password, which is the one that would have been programmed into the system first when it was installed.

It would be very unusual for it to remain as the default password (which is common to every panel as shipped from the factory). So if your regular passwords won't allow you to change the codes, then try the default, which is 1-2-3-4.

Please let me know how things work out!

Best Regards,


Security & Fire Protection Systems

All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


Dave Neuweiler


The design and application of burglary and fire systems for homes and businesses. Helping alarm owners understand how their system works. Helping to troubleshoot false alarm problems. Questions about monitoring issues.


Over a quarter century in the industry. Experience in installation, service, and monitoring centers. Training manager for a national protective services company; director of education and training for a national trade organization for for alarm dealers.


©2017 All rights reserved.