How to correct point 1 on a D4412 or D6412 will not restore even when using the programmed EOL.
Point 1 on the D4412 or D6412 will not restore even after strapping out with the EOL selected in Global Point Configuration.
What would cause the Armed LED to not function on an LED Command Center, while arming the system?
To correct the Armed LED try the following steps:
1. Recycle power to the command center, and the panel.
2. Readdress the command center, anything other than address one. Then reprogram the command center for the same address number, and reset the panel.
How to make the CMD's not require a passcode in programming?
Nibbles 0364 - 0378 put a 0 in for keypad programming or with RAM software in USER INTERFACE, sub menu Authority Level Configuration, make all commands DISABLE under Authority Level 1 - 4.
The D4412/D6412 panel reports zones (zones 10o,101,102)when reporting to a D6500 receiver sending Modem IIIa2.
Only the following central station receivers support the D6412/D4412 Modem IIIa2 Format: • D6600 with CPU v.01.01.03 (or higher) • D6500 with D6511 MPU v1.05 (or higher) .The D6500 with D6510 MPU does not support the D6412/D4412 Modem IIIa2 Format.
Note: Normal operation when using the A,B,C keys, reporting is as follows:
[A] key reports as Zone 100 for all areas
[B] key reports as Zone 101 for all areas
[C] key reports as Zone 102 for all areas
Trouble connecting to the D4412 with RPS / RAM IV using the DX4010i.
What dip switches need to be set to make the DX4010i connect to the panel?
What type of cable is needed between the DX4010i and the Laptop or PC?
RAMIV / RPS needs to be revision 3.6 or higher.
Set the address 0 (Installer's mode) Dip Switches 6 and 8 in the off postion on the DX4010i.
Use a NULL cable to connect the DX4010i to the Laptop or PC.
For remote programming connection, use the RJ-16 to molex connector to the Aux / Data header.
Lock the Installer or Reset Pin on the panel.
In the RSP/ RAMIV Connection screen change the connection type from MODEM to ENHANCED DIRECT, then click connect.
*If connected to a D4412 panel and the address is set wrong on the DX4010i then a message of "INVALID RAM PASSCODE" may be generated.
Does the panel need to see a perimeter point faulted during the exit delay when arming All On to actually fully arm the system and not just Part Arm?
When the ARMING OPTIONS prompt Enable 'All On - No Exit ' feature is set to yes , the panel must see a perimeter point faulted during the exit delay in order to fully arm . If the panel does not see that , the panel will switch to PART ON to prevent a false alarm.
What is the difference between the D623B and the D623 keypads for the D4412/D6412 panels?
The only difference is the D623B is the new Bosch design keypad with a Grey Faceplate for D4412/D6412 panels. See photo below.
The panel is waiting 30 seconds or so to dial out to central station after an instant alarm.
In the point index configuration , under GLOBAL POINT CONFIGURATION, check the Alarm Event Abort Window time which is used for alarm cancellation time. This is the time the panel will wait to transmit an alarm condition to central station unless it is cancelled before the time has expired.This feature is a SIA requirement used to prevent false alarms being reported by user error.
How can Force Arming the D4412/D6412 be disabled on Command Centers?
It is not possible to disable force arming on keyfobs.
To disable force arming at Command Centers on the D4412/D6412:
1) Go to PANEL WIDE PARAMETERS, Global Open/Close Options and Arming Options and find 'Bypass/Force Arm Limit and change from Unlimited (default) to 1 Point.
2) Go to POINT PARAMETERS and Point Index Configuration. For all programmed points in the panel, ensure Bypass/Force Arm (Yes/No) is set to No.
The D5200 needs to match a Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
Remote Programming Software:
RPS also needs to match the Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
RPS also needs to match the RPS Passcode (or RAM Passcode in legacy types) in order to allow access programming. Changing the default from 999999 will block RPS access.