Basshit! That panel is proprietary to ADT, neither Jim Rojas or Robert Campbell have any information on the programming of THAT version of the Commander 2000 and the fields are are completely different, it also sends a proprietary form of ITI or SIA format
He has the user manual not the installation manual, that panel is useless
From: "Robert L Bass" Subject: Re: Commander 2000 as standalone Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 4:20 PM
Yes, it is that simple. The hard part is getting the programming access code from your local ADT "authorized dealer." You'll need that to make any changes. They don't usually part with the codes though. Some will give you the code but charge a fat fee for it, even if the system is your property. Some are more decent and will treat you fairly. Either way, the first call should be to ADT to see if they are willing to assist you.
If they won't give you the code there are a couple of people who post in this newsgroup who may be able to default the system for you. Jim Rojas and Bob Campbell are good guys. If they can't help, you can replace the board. They're not expensive. Everything else should work fine.