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    ‎06-28-2018 06:25 PM
    Overview: Missing points are points that are turned on in programming via the Point Index assigned to anything other than 0  and cannot be found by the panel on the Zonex Loop. This problem may have a number of causes such as; the point is actually not in the field, is wired incorrectly, has a faulty addressing device such as its POPIT or Octopopit, or there may be noise in the data loop. When Points go missing, the panel generates responses based on the point type. Fire points generate Missing Trouble responses, non-fire 24 hour points will generate Missing Alarm responses. Points that are neither Fire nor 24 hour points will generate Missing Alarms when armed and Trouble when disarmed. Issue Panel history shows Missing Alarm. What does it mean? Solution This problem may have a number of causes such as; the point is actually not in the field, is wired incorrectly, has a faulty addressing device such as its POPIT or Octopopit, or there may be noise on the zonex data loop in the field. New Installs - Only a few missing , verify the popits are addressed and wired to the correct zonex loop. (9000 Series Panels Zonex 1 is Addresses 9 to 127 and Zonex 2 is 129 to 247). If all on the same wire run verify the wiring from the last working popit to the first missing popit. Exsisting Install that all was working - All popits missing - Remove all wire from the Zonex terminals for the missing popits (9000 Series Panels Zonex 1 is Addresses 9 to 127 and Zonex 2 is 129 to 247). Only wire the D8125 to the correct Zonex (Out of the panel to In of the D8125  and In of the panel to Out of the D8125). This would remove any D8128 Octopopit Modules and D8129 Relay Modules from the Zonex. Next, remove all loop wiring from the + /- Terminals of the D8125. Using View Point Status fro the Keypad or RPS verify the State of all the popits on the loop by add ing 1 loop at a time until you connect the loop or loops that are causing all to go missing. Once you have the bad loop or loops isolated - Divide and conquor the loop. Go out halpf way and open the loop if the points work go out further on the loop if still missing move back toward the panel and open the loop.
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    ‎06-06-2018 10:47 PM
    How to convert Popit addresses from the D8112G2 to be used on a G-Series panel.
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    ‎06-04-2018 05:22 PM
    Determine compatibility of the wireless interface with the panel type and firmware revision.   B820 Wireless interface and EN4200 receiver. Compatible with GV4 panel types, B-Series panels and B8512G/B9512G. The B820 connects to the SDI2 Bus. ISW-D8125CW-V2 Wireless interface and EN4200 receiver. Compatible with G series with rev6.3+ through GV4 when connected to the Zonex bus or B8512G/B9512G when using the B600 retrofit module. ISW-D8125CW Wireless interface and ISW-EN7280 (ISW-TRL8080/ISW-EN4200) receiver. Compatible with G series with rev6.3+ through GV4 when connected to the Zonex bus or B8512G/B9512G when using the B600 retrofit module. D8125INV Wireless interface and FA400 receiver. Compatible with G series with rev6.3+ through GV4 when connected to the Zonex bus or B8512G/B9512G when using the B600 retrofit module. Determine compatibility of transmitters by the wireless interface type and receiver date code. EN4200 with date code 11048 and newer (date code is yyddd where yy=year and ddd=day): Works with transmitters designated with ENxxxx or ISW-ENxxxx part numbers. EN4200 with date code 11047 and older (date code is yyddd where yy=year and ddd=day): Works only with transmitters designated with ISW-ENxxxx part numbers. Compatible Transmitters designated with ENxxxx part numbers. Requires EN4200 with date code 11048 or newer; EN1223D Water‑resistant Pendant Panic EN1223S Water‑resistant Pendant Panic EN4200 Wireless receiver EN1233D Necklace Pendant Panic EN1233S Necklace Pendant Panic EN1235D Belt-clip Panic EN1235S Belt-clip Panic EN1235SF Fixed Location Panic EN1235DF Fixed Location Panic EN1210EOL Universal Transmitter w/ EOL EN1210W Door-Window Transmitter w/Reed Switch EN1215EOL Universal Transmitter with Wall Tamper & EOL Survey Transmitter EN1215WEOL Door‑window Transmitter w/ Wall Tamper, Reed Switch, & EOL EN1260 PIR Transmitter EN1262 PIR Transmitter EN1265 PIR Ceiling Motion EN1261HT PIR High-traffic EN1242 Smoke EN1247 Glassbreak EN1249 Billtrap ISW-TRL8080 EN7280 Receiver/Translator Kit EN4204R LED Receiver EN4216R LCD Receiver EN5040-T High‑power Repeater EN7016 Wireless Survey Kit EN1210SK Compatible Transmitters designated with ISW-ENxxxx part numbers: ISW-D8125CW-V2 Wireless Interface ISW-EN4200 Wireless receiver ISW-EN1223D Water‑resistant Pend Panic ISW-EN1223S Water‑resistant Pend Panic ISW-EN1233D Necklace Pendant Panic ISW-EN1233S Necklace Pendant Panic ISW-EN1235S Belt-clip Panic ISW-EN1235D Belt-clip Panic ISW-EN1235SF Fixed Location Panic ISW-EN1235DF Fixed Location Panic ISW-EN1210EOL Universal Transmitter w/ EOL ISW-EN1210W Door-Win Transmitter w/Reed Switch ISW-EN1215EOL Universal Transmitter with Wall Tamper & EOL ISW-EN1215WEOL Door‑window Transmitter w/ Wall Tamper, Reed Switch, & EOL ISW-EN1260 PIR Transmitter ISW-EN1262 PIR Transmitter ISW-EN1265 PIR Ceiling Motion ISW-EN1261HT PIR High-traffic ISW-EN1242 Smoke ISW-EN1247 Glassbreak ISW-EN1249Billtrap ISW-TRL8080 Translator ISW-EN7280 Receiver/Translator Kit ISW-EN4204R LED Receiver ISW-EN4216R LCD Receiver ISW-EN5040-T High‑power Repeater ISW-EN7016 Wireless Survey Kit ISW-EN1210SK Survey Transmitter
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    ‎07-06-2018 08:10 PM
    Program network reporting in GV3 version 8.10 and higher control panels.
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    ‎08-06-2018 09:56 PM
    How to use View Point Status to see the current state of a point. D7212B,D7212B1,D9112,D9112B,D9112B1
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    ‎05-31-2018 10:42 PM
    How to connect to RPS with the modem connected directly to the Panel. How can I connect to a panel with a modem and only 1 phone line?
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    ‎06-11-2018 07:38 PM
    How to upgrade the D8112 and use existing Popit addresses and/or Popits.
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    ‎06-14-2018 01:53 PM
    How to configure the DX4020 for Different Ports.
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    ‎06-08-2018 05:35 PM
    Article describes how the time is synchronized for Netcom accounts in the D6600 receiver
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    ‎07-11-2018 04:21 PM
    How to interpret the panel executing Skeds 41-56 when only skeds 1-40 are available. Why does the panel shows Skeds between 41 and 56 executed when only skeds 1-40 are available in programming?
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    ‎08-06-2018 08:32 PM
    Issue How is the history reset after an event overflow message?   Solution   Receive the panel's history, choose the set pointer option to have panel start history from that point forward on newer just receiver Current.   Part numbers D7212B, D9112B, D7212B1, D9112B1, D7212, D7412, D9112, D9124, D9412, D7212G, D7412G, D7412G, D9124G, D9412G, D7212GV2, D7412GV2, D7412GV2, D9124GV2, D9412GV2, D7212GV3, D7412GV3,D7412GV3, D9412GV3, D7212GV4, D7412GV4, D7412GV4, D9412GV4, B8512G, B9512G
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    ‎05-18-2018 04:52 PM
    Getting "check area" on keypad when master arming an area.
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    ‎08-06-2018 08:34 PM
    Issue What voltage and current is the phone line monitor measuring to sense trouble on the phone line on the D7212B/D9112B panels?   Solution   The phone line monitor senses trouble when the voltage on the line falls below 4.5 to 7.5 VDC, or in the off-hook condition when the current is 8 to 13mA.
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    ‎05-23-2018 08:46 PM
    How to determine the values to enter for the Poll Rate and Ack Wait Time. Note: The calculation described is only be required on legacy control panels.  The B8512G/B9512G and GV4 types only need a Receiver Supervision Time selection.  The Poll Rate, Ack Wait and Retry count will automatically populate.  The formula for determining Poll Rate and Ack Wait Time is as follows: Panel setting: Poll Rate + Ack Wait + ( Retry Count X Ack Wait) Receiver setting: Panel Poll + Ack Wait Panel setting = Receiver setting Example:    Panel Setting: Poll Rate = 240; Ack Wait = 10; Retry Count = 5 Panel setting: 240+10+ (5 X 10) = 300 Receiver Settings: Poll = 240; Ack = 60 Receiver setting: 240 + 60 = 300 300 = 300 Refer to the the following site for more information on setting up Conettix Devices www.conettix.com/Downloads.aspx
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    ‎06-15-2018 05:53 PM
    How can a SKED be disabled or changed? D9412G,D7412G,D7212G,D1255,D1260,D7212,D7212B,D7212B1,D7412,D9112,D9112B,D9112B1, D9412GV2,D9412GV3,D9412GV4,D7412GV2, D7412GV3                                                                       
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    ‎07-05-2018 10:16 PM
    How to address the B901 or D9210C on the SDI bus and how does the panel report an SDI Trouble.
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    ‎07-26-2018 03:26 PM
    What are the steps on programming  the panel to send AC Fail and AC Restoral reports?
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    ‎06-11-2018 06:14 PM
    How to transmit opening/closing reports when arming individual areas.
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    ‎06-19-2018 10:10 PM
    How to determine which pins of the RJ45 and RJ11 are used for Tip and Ring or Tip-House/Ring-House.
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    ‎08-02-2018 08:36 PM
    Issue How does the FIRE TEST COMMAND 58 feature function? Solution • Use this function to test fire points and other 24-hour points to be certain they function properly. You can review both the tested and untested points at your command center to help pinpoint any problems. • Upon initiation, the fire test will test the fire bell pattern on the bell output and ring the command center fire bell for 2 seconds. The AC will be disabled for 4 minutes in order to test the system’s battery power. If the battery cannot maintain the system for the 4 minute period, the command center will appear to go dead. If this happens, contact your security company. At the end of the 4 minute period, AC is returned to the system and the panel restores. A message will be sent to your security company upon initiation and completion of the Fire Test. During the Fire Test, no 24-hour alarms will be sent to your security company. • If there is no activity on the system for 20 minutes, the system will automatically exit from the Fire Test. Using COMMAND 58: 1. Ensure your command center is at disarmed idle text. 2. Press the COMMAND bar. The display shows SYSTEM COMMAND. 3. Press the 5 key, then press the 8 key. Note: If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function. Press the MENU key to enter the Command Menu, then press NEXT repeatedly until you reach the FIRE TEST ? prompt. Press ENT. 4. The display shows ## PTS TO TEST. 5. One-at-a-time, activate the detection devices to fault each point. 6. As you fault each point, your command center will display the point text for 60 seconds and ring the fire sounders for 2 seconds. This verifies that the detection device is working properly. Your system automatically resets smoke detectors. • When a resettable point (such as a smoke detector) is faulted, the display shows SENSOR RESETTING for 5 seconds. During this time power is removed from smoke power relays. • Faulting a point more than once does not increment the test count. However, the command center emits a brief tone and displays the point text each time you fault the point allowing you to test multiple devices assigned to one point. 7. When all 24-hour points have been tested, 0 PTS TO TEST is displayed. Press ESC. The display momentarily shows ALL PTS TESTED before returning to idle text. 8. During the Fire Test you may want to see the points that remain untested. When point text is displayed, press ESC. The display shows ## PTS TO TEST. Press the ESC key. VIEW UNTESTED ? is displayed. Press ENT. ## PTS UNTESTED is displayed. Press NEXT to see a list of the points that have not yet been tested. Move through this list by pressing the NEXT key. To resume the Fire Test, press ESC. ## PTS UNTESTED is displayed. Press ESC. ## PTS TO TEST is displayed. Resume testing points. To end the Fire Test, press ESC twice.
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