What are the enviromental considerations for the proper operation of the Bosch control/communicators?
Relative Humidity 5% to 85% noncondensing at +86 degrees Fahrenheit (+30 degrees Celsius).
Operating temperature would be +32 degrees Fahrenheit to +120 degrees Fahrenheit ( 0 degrees Celsius to 49 degrees Celsius ).
What is the difference between the D9124 and the D9412G?
The D9124 is a D9412G with a 24 Vdc PSU and all the needed Fire Accessories for a basic system, all in one large red enclosure. See parts List below.
The D9124 is made up of the following :
D9412GLTB - Control Panel
D9101 - Red Enclosure
D9100 - Carriers Module with the Foolowing parts *
* 2 - D192C - Bell Supervision Modules
* 1 - D8125 - Popex Module
* 1 - D928 - Dual Phoneline Switcher
* 1 - D9142LC - 24Vdc Power Supply
D1256 - Fire Keypad
D1601 - Hardwire Transformer
Panel is not sending restorals when the point restores. Log also has no entries for restorals on the point.
This is normal if the panel is programmed not to send restorals.
In RAM/RPS check in the following: Point Index Codes > Point Indexes 1-16 or Point Indexes 17-31
Default: No Selections: Yes or No
Yes: Disable restoral reports for this point. No: Enable restoral reports for this point. When this option is enabled, a restoral report is sent to the receiver when the point returns to normal after being in an alarm or trouble condition.
If you are using the 5200:
In the 5200 check under:
9112B > Point Index > Point Index # (where # is a value between 1 and 31 only)
press the white ENTER key
press the down arrow key (red keys on the 5200)
Repeat until you are at P## Disable Restorals
Default: No Selection: Yes or No Yes = Disable Restoralreports for this point. No = Enable Restoralreports for this point. When this option is enabled, a Restoral report is sent to the receiver when the point returns to normal after being in an alarm or trouble condition. Use this item to automatically put this point back into the system.
When programming the D279 keypad point index on the 7000/9000, G, GV2, & GV3 series panels, how should the type and response be programmed?
Program a type 7 for D279 (O/C Non-Priority): The D279 provides point arming and disarming independent of the area arm state. A non-priority D279 point arm state does not affect the area arm state. Point Response must be programmed 1. Program type 8 for D279 (O/C Priority): The D279 provides point arming and disarming independent of the area arm state. A priority D279 point must be armed before an area can be armed. Program Point Response as 2.