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 to  are the codes that the system can use to report to a pager, after dialing it.
(This applies to the old days when pagers were all the rage. But even a cell phone can receive something... provided you insert some 'pause' time after the number is ***** Or one of these status codes.
See this document, which may help greatly with what you are asking about... and it's quite short enough:
Hex digit 'E' can be used for a 2-second pause each, please note.
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The pauses could be (for non-pager notifications) intended to allow you to pick up the phone, or the voicemail to speak its piece, before the code numbers are delivered.
For non-pager use, the code numbers could be just like this, for instance:
[pause] 5 [pause] 5
and so forth, so that you could count the tones of '5' (or other number) to tell what condition/code you were being notified of.
This is my idea, and may be imperfect or unworkable depending upon circumstances. It's just a suggestion for pager use.
(1) "One of these status codes" was a reference to the document I included a link to.
It's fairly short. I thought that a reference to them would be understood - pardon me for being obscure.
would be a 10-second pause, it appears.
(3) I was intending that if you wanted one phone # to indicate (condition 1) and the other configured phone # in your alarm system's memory to indicate (condition 2).
Or perhaps there are other ways of doing this. I am aware that there are several options.
To avoid confusion, settling what you want the system to do, first, then establishing how exactly that can be done, is one approach we could take.
I'm not sure that '5' is at all equal to (Hexadecimal) E.
What LED controller are you entering things on ?
I am sorry - I have no experience with that device, and do not recognize it.
I will Opt Out now, with apologies.