How to determine which wireless interface to use with the EN1224-ON keyfob.
How to determine which control panels the EN1224-ON keyfob can be used with.
Is the EN1224-ON compatible with D7212 panel types (G, GV2, GV3 or GV4)?
How to interpret the 'Check Device' display on a D1255 or D1260 keypad.
Why does the keypad display "Check Device"?
How to locate which point generated the 'Check Device' display and modify programming to prevent the display.
Use the Menu function ‘MASER ARM’ to arm either selected areas or all areas that the user has authority in, which are in the scope of the keypad. Previously armed areas remain armed while the remaining disarmed will arm.
For example, if a panel uses areas 1-8 and:
The keypad has Panel Wide Scope and the user has authority only in areas 1, 2, 3 & 4, then only areas 1, 2, 3 & 4 will Master Arm.
If the keypad has Custom Scope in areas 1 & 2 user has authority in areas 1, 2, 3 & 4, then only areas 1 & 2 will arm.
Use the Menu function ‘MASER ARM’:
Access the keypad Menus from the keypad.
Press the NEXT key until the MASTER ARM ? function is displayed and select [ENTER].
Enter a valid passcode and press [ENTER].
The display shows MASTER ARM ALL ?, select [ENTER].
The command center displays ARMING X,X,X,X… where X= the available and authorized areas to arm.
AC Fail/Res Rpt
Parameter Description: AC Power Supervision reports are sent to the central station and local printer at the time programmed for AC Fail Time.
IMPORTANT: To comply with NFPA standards and UL 864 requirements for Commercial Fire Systems, program this item NO and program AC Tag Along as YES.
Yes: Send AC Fail and AC Restoral reports.
No: Do not send AC Fail and AC Restoral reports.
1) Receive copy of 9000MAIN
2) Enter group PANEL WIDE PARAMETER
3) Enter group Power Supervision
4) Fail/Res Rpt Yes/No (SPACE bar to change)
*Must press ENTER for each prompt entry
5) Send Load to panel