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    How to program wireless points into the D2000 series panel

    To program wireless points on a D2000 series panel, assign the wireless receiver in the ADDRESS CONFIG part of the program. To do this, go to ADDRESS CONFIG in the program and assign address 7 or 8 as an 8- or 16-point expander, depending on which one is being used. Configure the wireless expander to correspond to the programming just completed in ADDRESS CONFIG, using the three pin jumper on the wireless expander so that the jumper connects the proper two pins to reflect the address selected in ADDRESS CONFIG.

     After this is completed, program the points in the POINT CODES AND TEXT part of the program. Decide which point number to start with. All points on this panel can be used as wireless. In order to turn the point on it must be assigned a point code. The point code is five digits in length and is divided into two sections. The first three digits tell the point how to respond, and the last 2 digits tell the panel where to find the point. Program the first three digits as a normal zone (with one exception: the third digit should be set to zero as this is the trouble option, and a wireless point should not have a trouble response unless it is specifically desired).

     The last two digits are location and should be programmed as follows: The fourth digit is the address of the wireless receiver. Is programmed to in the ADDRESS CONFIG part of the program. This digit will be 7 or 8 depending on which address it is assigned to. The fifth digit is the position it occupies in the wireless receiver. Start with the letter A, give each zone the next letter in the alphabet until all zones are programmed or all the zones in the wireless receiver are used. The 8 point wireless receiver uses A through H, and the 16-point wireless receiver uses A thru L.

     When this programming is complete in the panel, the wireless points need to be learned into the system. Perform the following procedure:

    1. Lock the Standby Switch down.
    2. Press the [1] key on the keypad.
    3. Enter your Installer passcode. The default Installer passcode is 654321. The default passcode length is three, so if you have not changed the default entries, press [6][5][4].
    4. If the passcode you’ve entered is valid, the keypad’s display scrolls the functions that are available.

    Now that you’re in...

     RF Programming

    RF Programming does not apply to “E” version panels. Before RF Points can be added, connect the D208 Receiver to the panel and power it on. 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 is unable to communicate to a receiver. In this event, you will see the display:



     After pressing [Clear], the display returns to the RF menu.

    1. Press the [4] key to display the RF programming menu.
    2. The display scrolls the three RF menu options:


    PRESS 1


    PRESS 2


    PRESS 3

    1. 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 1 is the first point programmed as an RF point):


    PRESS *
    To scroll the remaining RF points, press the [C] key repeatedly. If there is only one RF point, it will continually re-display. If there are no points programmed as RF points, or if all programmed points have already been added, the display shows the following.
    After pressing the [Clear] key, the system returns to the RF menu.

    1. Press the [*] key to select the point displayed. Thedisplay shows:
    2. Press the tamper switch on the sensor you want toadd as Point 1. When the transmission is received,the point is added and the display shows:
      POINT 1 ADDED PRESS CLEAR If the sensor was added into some other point, or twopoints were inadvertently programmed to the samesensor loop, the display shows the following (in thisexample, the sensor was previously added as Point 2,although it could be any point number):
      DUPLICATES PT 2 PRESS CLEAR Press the [Clear] key and repeat the procedure using asensor that was not already added, or check pointprogramming to confirm that two points were notassigned to the same location (see digit 4 and 5 of pointcode).
    3. Pressing the [Clear] key returns the display to thenext RF point to be added:
    4. Pressing the [Clear] key again returns the display tothe RF menu . 
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    ‎05-24-2018 08:32 PM
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