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    ‎06-19-2018 09:22 PM
    How to use the RF3341 Keypad on a D4412/D6412 Panel.
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    ‎07-13-2018 07:38 PM
    How to delay the scheduled Auto On Time of the D4412 or D6412.
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    ‎06-28-2018 05:54 PM
    Part number D6412, D4412, DX2010
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    ‎05-24-2018 07:58 PM
    How can the trouble condition be displayed on the keypad? D4412,D6412,D623,D625
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    ‎06-29-2018 06:13 PM
    Issue 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? Solution 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.
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    ‎06-29-2018 03:12 PM
    Issue The panel is waiting 30 seconds or so to dial out to central station after an instant alarm.   Solution   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.
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    ‎05-18-2018 04:36 PM
    The keyfob works, but cannot get the panic to work. D4412,D6412,D621,D623,D625
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    ‎05-23-2018 08:32 PM
    Why does the central station receiver report incorrect account information from the D4412 or D6412 panel D6412,D4412
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    ‎06-29-2018 05:18 PM
    Issue 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?   Solution   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.
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    ‎06-18-2018 06:35 PM
    How to disable Call Waiting on D4412/D6412 Panels.
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    ‎06-18-2018 06:13 PM
    How to access the D4412 or D6412 Event Log and how many events can it hold.
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    ‎07-13-2018 07:44 PM
    How to set D4412 & D6412 points for Part 2 On and then arm as Part 2 On.
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    ‎07-10-2018 09:08 PM
    Issue What would cause the panel to send every report at one time? Solution Command 95 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
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    ‎07-10-2018 04:41 PM
    How to correct the D4412/D6412 only reporting to one destination and not following programmed routing.
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    ‎07-10-2018 03:24 PM
    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. 
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    ‎06-28-2018 09:33 PM
    Part numbers D4412, D6412, RF3224, RF3332, RF3334
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    ‎06-15-2018 06:13 PM
    Issue Can I mix Heat Detectors and 2 wire smokes with a sounder when using a D132A Smoke Detector Polarity Reversing Module? Solution No. When a Heat detector goes into alarm it puts a short on the input zone to indicate the alarm. The D132A uses Aux power from the panel when the polarity reversal takes place and since a heat detector does not reset when polarity is reversed, it would put a direct short on the Aux power of the panel. Consequently everything connected to the same Aux power terminals would not function.
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    ‎06-14-2018 02:10 PM
    How to correct working points showing not programmed in RPS diagnostics.
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    ‎06-06-2018 09:47 PM
    How to disable reporting on a D4412/6412
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    ‎06-01-2018 04:01 PM
    The D4412 and D6412 use the D621, D623 or D625 command centers. Pressing All-On or Part-On on the will arm only the area where the keypad is assigned. Command 50 may be used to move to an area other than the programmed assigned area.  After moving to the selected area, press either All-on or Part-on to arm the area. Command 80 may be used to arm all areas. Command 81 may be used to disarm all areas. Note:  Commands 80 and/or 81 must be enabled by an individual with assigned authorization to perform the function. Use Command 50 to move to another area and arm:  Press [CMD] [5][0] and enter a valid code if required. The keypad will scroll through all available areas. Press the desired area number to move to the area.  Press All-On or Part-On to arm the selected area.  Pressing and holding [CMD] will exit the Command 50 feature returning the keypad to its “home” area. Use Command 80 to arm All Areas: Press [CMD] [8][0] and enter a valid code if required.       Hold down the All On key for 2 sec and it forces all areas to All On.  Use Command 81 to disarm All Areas:  Press [CMD] [8][1] and enter a valid code if required. The keypad will indicate all areas are off.
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