SMF - Just Installed!
That kind of defeats the object of a diverter. The end user should be able to program any number they want into the thing for it to be useful.
Warning to alarm owners that threaten to take alarm companies to court for failure to disclose the installer programming code. Most intelligent alarm companies either mark the panel with Copyright (date) (name of CO) or include it in the literature somewhere.Since they are the author of the programming code, they are protected by copyright laws.Just by filing in small claims court you will be opening your self to an unpleasent experience in a higher court, paying for the CO's legal fees ++++. Please think before you leap.Just my advice.
Security Monitor, you are right and you are wrong. Been there - Done that.Thanks to Billy at Microsoft; the intellectual copyright laws are strong.Simply by posting copyright/date allows the author legal rights.
so from that one can assume that the default codes are not protected by copyright as they are intended to be entered to operate the system?.......cheers