What do the error displays mean on the DS7080i ?
Control panel problems are indicated by a flashing green Power Light.
The DS7447 display will also read “Control Trouble, Enter # 8 7.” The DS7445 will only flash the green Power Light.
The Error messages may only be read when the control is disarmed. Contact your installing company if the problems persist.
1.) DS7447 - “AC Power Failure”:
DS7445 - LED 1 turns on steady:
There is a power failure and the panel is operating on backup battery.
2.) DS7447 - “Battery Trouble”:
DS7445 - LED 2 turns on steady:
If the system has just been through a power failure, wait at least two hours for the battery to recharge, then enter a PIN + [System Reset] to perform a battery test.
3.) DS7447 - “Communicator Err”:
DS7445 - LED 3 turns on steady:
The communicator failed to communicate with the central station.
4.) DS7447 - “System Fault”:
DS7445 - LED 4 turns on steady:
Internal error in the control circuitry or optional circuitry. These faults are displayed as follows:
TRBL Zone Fault.
5.) DS7447 - “Keypad Fault”:
DS7445 - LED 5 turns on steady:
One of the keypads is not responding to the control panel.
6). DS7447 - “Aux Power Fault”:
DS7445 - LED 8 turns on steady:
The auxiliary power has been shorted.
7.) DS7447 - “Zone Trouble”: DS7445 - LED 6 turns on steady:
One of the zones is not responding to the control panel. This may also be displayed during power-up (if so, ignore).
* = If in “Residential Mode”, a PIN is not required for these commands.
** = Battery Trouble and Communicator Err displays must be cleared by the [System Reset] command sequence even after the problem has been remedied. These displays will not self clear. All the other error displays will self clear from the keypads once the problem has been remedied.
Unable to use Command 00 function. When CMD 00 is entered, keypad reads 'SYSTEM COMMAND' or 'INVALID KEYS'.
Un-Bypassing points on the D7112 panel must be done by using the FUNCTION Menu. Access the Function menu by pressing 'Enter' at the idle disarmed text. Press Next repeatedly until Function Menu displays. To access the UNBYPASS screen press enter on Function menu and Next until UNBYPASS displays. Display will read ENTER POINT NUMBER, enter the point number to be bypassed and press Enter. Display will read the text for the point, press enter again and screen will read POINT UNBYPASSED.
The D5200 needs to match a Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
Remote Programming Software:
RPS also needs to match the Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
RPS also needs to match the RPS Passcode (or RAM Passcode in legacy types) in order to allow access programming. Changing the default from 999999 will block RPS access.
Unable to enter into program mode whether using a passcode or shorting out the solder pins, and the panel is not locked out of programming mode.
Make sure the panel does not have a ground fault issue. The best way to tell is to check the following:
Take a voltage reading from aux power positive to Earth ground.
The voltage should read - 6.7VDC.
If the voltage is lower or higher than -6.7VDC, a ground fault is present.
The panel may indicated this trouble if it is turned on.
If the voltage is 0VDC - the ground fault condition is on the positive side of the panel
If the voltage is 13 VDC then the ground fault is on the negative side of the panel.
Leave the volt meter accross the terminal and start disconnecting wires until the voltage goes to -6.7VDC
Overview: Firmware Revision 3.57 is NOT compatible with the D7112 panels with a date code of X9416 or higher.
Panel is non responsive to any programming.
Firmware Revision 3.57 is NOT compatible with the D7112 panels with a date code of X9416 or higher.
Can the D125B be Used to Power 2 Wire Smokes on the D7112?
Yes, see technogram number (73-06116-000-C) 1993 (attached). Listings and Approvals Underwriters Laboratories lists the D7112 ControVCommunicator as a Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT) for: NFPA 71 Central Station, NFPA 72 Chapter 6 Local, NFPA 72 Chapter 8 Remote Station, NFPA 74 Household Fire Warning. The D7112 also has the following Approvals: CSFM and NYC-MEA (formerly NYC-BSA).