Wireless transmitter must first be configured in the panel programming with a valid point code using a D5200 programmer or RPS. Expansion points of any type cannot be programmed into an "E" version panel.
Before RF Points can be added, the Receiver must be connected to the panel and powered. It is possible to encounter RF receiver errors when attempting these operations. An example would be programming the point code for point 10 as an RF point using a receiver on address 8, when there is no receiver connected to address 8. When you attempt to add point 10, the system will be unable to communicate to a receiver. In this event, you’ll see the display:
NO REPLY RCVR 8
After pressing the [Clear] key, the display will return to the RF menu.
1. Press the  key to display the RF programming menu.
2. The display scrolls the three RF menu options:
TO ADD POINTS
TO TEST POINTS
TO REMOVE POINTS
3. To exit the RF Programming menu and return to the diagnostics menu, press the [Clear] key.
Adding RF Points
Adding RF Points does not apply to “E” version panels.
To add a point, you must have previously given it an RF point code (digits 4 and 5).
1. In the RF menu, press (1) to Add Points. If there are points (yet to be added) whose point
codes have been programmed as RF, the keypad displays the first one to be added (in this example, point 9 is the first point programmed as an RF point):
ADD POINT 9
To scroll the remaining RF points, press the [C] key repeatedly. If there is only one RF point, it will be continually re-displayed. If there are no points programmed as RF points, or all programmed points have already been added, the display shows the following.
NO PTS TO ADD!
After pressing the [Clear] key, the system returns to the RF menu.
2. Press the [*] key to select the point displayed. The display shows:
3. Press the tamper switch on the sensor you want to add as point 1. When the transmission
is received, the point is added and the display shows:
POINT 9 ADDED
If the sensor has already been added into some other point, or two points were inadvertently programmed to the same sensor loop, the display shows the following (in this example, the sensor had previously been added as point 10, although it could be any point number):
DUPLICATES PT 10
Press the [Clear] key and repeat the procedure using a sensor that hasn’t already been added, or check point programming making sure that two points were not assigned to the same location (see digit 4 and 5 of point code).
4. Pressing the [Clear] key returns the display to the next RF point to be added:
ADD POINT 10
5. Pressing the [Clear] key again returns the display to the RF menu.