1. Ensure the area is disarmed.
2. Press Cmd + 4 + 2. The flashing Cmd light is a prompt to enter a valid passcode.
3. Enter a valid passcode and the D621 displays system trouble events by lighting the point indicators (zone leds)as described below:
Zone 1 Lit steady = Telephone line Fail
Zone 1 Slow Flash = Comm Fail, Destination 1
Zone 1 Fast Flash = Comm Fail, Destination 2
Zone 2 Lit steady = Alternate Comm Trouble
Zone 3 Lit steady = Installer Switch Closed
Zone 4 Lit steady = Backup Battery low
Zone 4 Lit steady = Slow Flash = Backup Battery Missing
Zone 5 Lit steady = Bell Supervision Fail
Zone 6 Lit steady = RF Receiver Jamming
Zone 6 Slow Flash = RF Receiver Trouble
Zone 7 Lit steady = Data Bus Device Missing
Zone 7 Slow Flash = Data Bus Device Tamper
Zone 7 Fast Flash = Data Buss Device Trouble/Reset
Zone 8 Lit steady = System Fault
Zone 8 Slow Flash = Service Interval
Zone 8 Fast Flash = Ground Fault Condition
Press Cmd to return to the off state.
What would cause the panel to send every report at one time?
CMD 95 is the test function that will send all available reports. In the circumstance where a customer has set a code that begins with 95 such as (9595) and put in his code incorrectly, when re-entering, the customer would press the command key and 95 and the rest of the code causing the panel to send all reports to the central station resulting in a dispatch of emergency services. The work around if an updated chip is not available, change the first two digits from 95xx.
This effected panel versions 1.08 - 1.11
The eeprom to correct this issue would be: 1.12
How do I Partially Arm the Perimeter?
Partially Arm the Perimeter
COMMAND 8 is used to arm the perimeter of your building while the selected portions of the perimeter remain disarmed. Perimeter zones that are not secure (faulted) when COMMAND 8 is entered, are automatically bypassed and are not included in the system. COMMAND 8 does not arm the interior of your building. Exit delays are provided with this arming command. Although this command does not send a "Closing Report" to the Central Station, it will still send alarms.
NOTE: Bypassed zones (not armed with the system) cannot be armed again until the system has been disarmed, the zones returned to normal, and the system is armed again. Bypassing a zone will compromise your protection. Enter your personal passcode, plus ENT , to cancel.
Application Use this command in residential systems to arm the front of your house while the interior and the rear perimeter doors are left unarmed. This gives you freedom of movement between the house and patio.
To arm with COMMAND 8: 1. Before arming with COMMAND 8, decide which zones are to be left disarmed. Fault the zones by leaving a door or window open. The zone(s) must remain open until after the exit delay time expires. 2. Press the COMMAND bar. The Command Mode indicator light comes on. 3. Press the 8 key. The PERIMETER indicator light begins to flash. This indicates that the system has begun exit delay time. When the exit delay has expired, the PERIMETER indicator is continuously lit. 4. When performing a COMMAND 8, and no zones are faulted, or the zones return to normal before the exit delay time expires, the system is armed as in COMMAND 3. 5. To disarm your security system or cancel COMMAND 8, enter your personal passcode and press ENT .
How do I remove the User Code Tamper on a 6000 series panel?
Follow the below steps per the differant programming options:
> Receive a copy of the panel
> Go into the User Interface
> Go into the Passcode Configuration and Installer Passcode section
> Change User Tamper Retry Count and User Tamper Lockout Time to 0
> Send record back to the panel, disconnect from RPS, and Reset the Panel.
> Lock down the installer pin
> Press CMD 41 and YOUR installer code. (Default is 6543)
> Press 8 to go into Programming Mode
> Type in Nibble 0381 CMD then 0 *
> Then press CMD and you will go to Nibble 0382 and now you will type 0 * again.
> After both of those are set to zero, you will now be able to release the installer pin
When programming through the keypad, what is the nibble to program the RF receiver?
0 = no RF receiver connected
1 = RF receiver 1 connected, set to address 50
2 = RF receiver 2 connected, set to address 51
3 = RF receiver 1 and 2 connected
How do I program the output on a D4412/D6412 panel for resetting the power on a 4 wire smoke detector?
When using 4 wire smoke detectors on a D4412/D6412 panel, use output function type FIRE VERIFICATION ( 1,13 ). This will give you a 15 second activation when CMD 47 is entered at the command center. This can be used with output PO1. If using Po2, Po 3, or Po 4 outputs a D133 or D134 Relay will be needed.
When using the Auto Arm Sked, the keypad shows a countdown timer counting down 30 minutes prior to arming.
Auto On Pre-Alert Time Nibble: 0233 Default: 6 (30 minutes) Selections: 0-15 (time = selection x 5 minutes; 0 = disabled) Parameter Description The pre-alert sounds before the Auto On Sked to warn users to exit or extend (Cmd 51) the auto arming.
At the Auto On time, the panel starts exit delay. See Sked Type for a complete description of the Auto On Skeds.
If the area is armed according to the scheduled arming state (All On or Part On) during Auto On Pre-Alert Time and then disarmed before the scheduled arming, auto-arming will not occur.
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.