Follow the steps from this article to configure FPD-7024 to communicate using Cellular or Ethernet network communications.
How to configure the FPD-7024 for network communications using keypad programming.
A sticker on the front of the B450 indicates proper switch positions for selecting various SDI or Option Bus addresses (see figure 1).
Figure 1 Sticker with address configurations
There are 2 types of FPD-7024 panels. It must first be determined which is in use before selecting the B450 address:
Newer types with firmware version 1.06 and higher. These types are identified by icons on the keypad instead of words (see figure 2).
Older types with firmware version 1.03 and lower. These types are identified by words on the keypad.
Figure 2 Version 1.06 with Icons vs 1.03 with words
Version 1.06 & newer types:
When used as sole communicator or backup to phone line, set the address wheel at 9 for Option Bus address 250.
When used as backup to a primary network communicator, set the address wheel at 6 for Option Bus address 134.
RPS connections require Option Bus address 250. Be sure the address wheel is set at 9 on the network communicator intended for RPS connections (Ethernet is preferred when allowed).
Version 1.03 and older types:
Use Option Bus address 250. Only one network communicator is available on these panel types.
Do Bosch addressable smokes and smoke bases support CleanMe functions?
Currently the only Bosch smoke detector that supports CleanMe functions is the F220 series smoke heads when used with a conventional two-wire (F220-B6) base only and a CleanMe enabled control panel such as the D7024, and FPD-7024 conventional zones.
Note: The D7050, D7050TH does have a Chamber Check feature that will report dirty smoke if the head needs cleaning when used on the D7024, FPD-7024, DS9400m, DS9400, DS9400i.