The FLM-7024-ISO MUX bus isolator module is placed between devices on the MUX bus. A short on the bus causes activation of the isolators adjacent to either side of the short. This effectively separates all devices between the activated isolators from the rest of the bus. This prevents failure of the entire bus. When the short condition is removed, the isolators automatically restore the entire loop to normal operation.
This article discusses how to send reports to the CS (Central Monitoring Station) from the FPA-1000-V2. We can network up to 8 of the FPA-1000-V2 panels together. Each panel can report to the CS by itself, or one panel can report for all. In either configuration, each panel needs its own unique account number.
I get to the FPA-1000 browser Start page. When I click on Login I get the following message: Invalid PIN - A PIN must be a 4 Digit number. Please check that Number Lock is On. What should I do?
Add the FPA-1000-UL IP address to the list of trusted sites, and your login will work correctly. A Crossover cable is required to connect directly to the panel.
Tools menu: Select Internet Options.
Select the Security tab.
In the settings for Trusted Sites, click Sites.
Add the FPA-1000-UL IP address to the list of trusted sites.
When devices are connected to the Option Bus on the FPD-7024, the bus must be scanned allowing the panel to see the device. After removing devices, such as the DX4020, DX4010V2 or DX4010i, the option bus must be scanned again to complete the removal, or the panel continues to supervise the device resulting in a keypad display: Trouble DX4020 and history event: SYSTRB017.
After completing programming the panel reports trouble DX4020; history shows SYSTRB017
After removing the DX4020, DX4010V2 or DX4010i, the option bus must be scanned again to complete the removal or the panel continues to supervise the device.
From the Panel Keypad (not a remote keypad) perform the following steps to update the option bus:
Select 0 for PROGRAMMING and enter the installer code
Select 3 for PROGRAM SYSTEM
Select 4 for OPTION BUS
Select 1 for UPDATE BUS