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    ‎08-01-2018 10:45 PM
    Issue What are the enviromental considerations for the proper operation of the Bosch control/communicators? Solution Indoor Dry.   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 ).
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    ‎08-01-2018 10:47 PM
    Overview: D4112 doesn’t arm or anything when code is entered at the keypad. Issue Nothing happens. Doesn’t arm or anything when code is entered at the keypad. Solution Connect programmer using coiled cord. Plug in plastic RJ phone type plug into COMMUNICATOR female connector on 5200 Plug brown connector on other end of coiled cord to programmer connection on 4112 Press ON button on 5200 Type in password at PASSWORD prompt, press enter. Top Line of 5200 shows PRODUCT HANDLERS Using the up/down arrows scroll down until 4112. Please blinking cursor on 4112 Press RED Enter Group button Place cursor on NEWRECORD Short the Standby pin on 4112 to ground momentarily Press RECV(COPY) button on programmer Receiving will be displayed at the top line of the 5200 Display Scroll down using arrow down key until cursor is on 2 PASSCODES Press ENTER GROUP button Passcode1 should have 234 in the field. To change field, press CLEAR key and type in the code to be used. Press enter The code is restricted to 4 characters but the user enters a prefix of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5…depending upon the slot. Example: PASSODE1 shows 234. The user code will be 1234   *** NOTE: Also make sure that the panel has a valid and functioning analog line.  The functionality of the system is dependent upond successful communications.
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    ‎08-01-2018 10:45 PM
    Issue How many zones is the D4112 Control Communicator capable of having?   Solution   The D4112 Control Communicator has six end-of-line resisitor supervised, hardwire protective zones. There are five standard programmable zones and one nominal 12 VDC powered zone optimized for two-wire smoke detectors
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    ‎07-30-2018 07:45 PM
    Issue How many on-board zones does the D6112 Control Communicator have?   Solution   The D6112 Control communicator has eight end-of-line resistor supervised hardwire protective zones. There are six standard programmable zones; one nominal 12 VDC powered zone optimized for two-wire smoke detectors and one nominal 12 VDC powered zone optimized for two-wire glass-break detectors.
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    ‎07-30-2018 07:44 PM
    Issue Can not get the panel to send modem format. Modem is set to yes in the program, and the CS is set to 7. The panel will send BFSK. Solution To report in Modem II format, the following must be set: Be sure the receiver will accept Modem II format. Account number can be a 3 or 4 digit for modem. If using a 3 digit, program a zero as the first digit. Program item 2.3, Modem, must be set to yes. Program item 3.3, AModem, must be yes if using an alternate phone number as well. Program item 2.5, Ack14, must be set to no. Program item 3.5, AAck14 must be no if using an alternate phone number as well. Program item 2.7, Ack23, must be set to no. Program item 3.11, AAck23, must be no if using an alternate phone number as well. When Modem format is selected, the panel will ignore any entries in the CS line of the program.
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    ‎07-27-2018 05:11 PM
    Overview: Power up charging status of the battey on a D4112 panel will send a trouble Zn 9 during Recharge cycle. Issue Why does the panel send a Trouble Zn 9 when the battery is charging?   Solution   After the AC is restored the battery will begin to charge.  When the battery reaches a charging level of 11.1 volts, and maintains battery voltage level above 10.3 volts for 1 minute, the panel will RESET and a battery trouble (Trouble Zn 9) will be sent to the Central Station.  When the battery reaches the charging level of 12.5 volts a Restoral Zn 9 is sent to the Central Station.    
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    ‎05-22-2018 03:44 PM
    What zone code is needed on a D6112 and the D4112 for a D279 sub zone control D6112,D268,D279,D279A
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    ‎07-11-2018 05:33 PM
    How to transmit a manual test report from the D4112, D6112 or D8112.
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    ‎07-09-2018 06:17 PM
    How to locate the various connections and controls on the D636A keypad.
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    ‎07-11-2018 05:22 PM
    How is the D6112 panel set up to have a smoke detector reset for 4 wire smokes? D6112
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    ‎07-27-2018 05:11 PM
    Overview: Time needed to charge a 12 volt back up battery connected to a D4112 Issue   How long does it take to charge a back up battery connected to the panel for the first time?   Solution   It may take as long as 12 hours. BOSCH recommends that the battery be charged prior to the installation.
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    ‎05-23-2018 08:42 PM
    How to program zone text into the D636A alphanumeric command center. D6112,D4112,D636A,D5200
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    ‎07-25-2018 04:00 PM
    Overview: User is entering passcode twice to arm alarm system. A five second delay between key strokes will cause the keypad to view the next entry as the start of a NEW passcode. Key strokes must be strung together with no pauses in between longer that 5 seconds. Issue User must enter passcode twice to arm the system.  Same code is used for both entries.   Solution   The user is pausing too long between key strokes.  After a key is pressed the next key stroke must be pressed wthin 5 seconds. A delay of 5 or more seconds will cause the keypad to view the next key stroke as the start of a new entry.
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    ‎07-19-2018 10:56 PM
      How to progrma the 6112/5503 to send reboot reports. 6112/5503panel is communicating alarm and trouble signals but, when I do a disable restart it will not send the reboot signal.  
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    ‎07-11-2018 05:44 PM
    Issue Arming perimeter with delays   Solution   Arm the Perimeter with Delays COMMAND 3 is used to arm only the perimeter of your building, leaving the interior of the building disarmed. Once you have entered COMMAND 3, the exit delay time starts. You now have a predetermined amount of time to leave before the perimeter arms. Although this command does not send a "Closing Report" to the Central Station, it will still send alarms. Enter your personal passcode and press ENT to cancel COMMAND 3. Application This arming command is useful in residential systems when you are leaving, but members of your family, a babysitter or a pet are still inside the house. In commercial installations, use this command to rearm your system when you are on the premises, but not yet open for business. This command will not send a "Closing Report" to the Central Station. Arming with COMMAND 3: 1. Ensure that all perimeter zones are secure (interior zones are not armed with this command and may remain faulted while arming with COMMAND 3). 2. Press the COMMAND bar. The Command Mode indicator light comes on. 3. Press the 3 key. The PERIMETER indicator light flashes. This indicates that the system has begun exit delay time. When the delay time expires, the light remains steady. 4. To disarm your security system or cancel COMMAND 3, enter your personal passcode and press ENT before the delay time expires.
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    ‎07-20-2018 03:03 PM
    How to progrma the 4112/5503 to send reboot reports.
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    ‎07-11-2018 05:50 PM
    Issue How can you arm the perimeter without delays?   Solution   Arm the Perimeter without Delays COMMAND 2 is used to arm only the perimeter of your building, leaving the interior of the building disarmed. This command allows no exit or entry delay time through the perimeter, including the designated delay door. Although this command does not send a "Closing Report" to the Central Station, it will still send alarms. Enter your personal passcode plus ENT to cancel COMMAND 2. Application This arming command is useful in residential systems at night when everyone is home and ready to retire for the evening. In commercial installations, this arming command is useful when you are working late and you want the perimeter of the building armed until you are ready to leave. Arming with COMMAND 2: 1. Ensure that all perimeter zones are secure (interior zones are not armed with this command and may remain faulted while arming with COMMAND 2). 2. Press the COMMAND bar. The Command Mode indicator light comes on. 3. Press the 2 key. The PERIMETER  and INSTANT indicator lights comes on. This indicates that the perimeter zones are armed without entry/exit delay time. 4. To disarm your security system or cancel COMMAND 2, enter your personal passcode and press ENT before the delay time expires.
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    ‎07-11-2018 04:11 PM
    Issue How do I turn on perimeter watch mode? Solution Perimeter Watch Mode COMMAND 6 is used to monitor the perimeter of your building when the system is disarmed. This is called the Perimeter Watch Mode. In this mode, the Command Center emits a short tone to alert you of entry or exit through the perimeter of your building. No alarms are generated by this mode except 24-hour alarms (e.g., fire, panic, duress, etc.). There is no tone for interior movement. Application This command is useful in a residential system when you want to monitor entrances or exits in your home. In commercial installations, the Perimeter Watch Mode can be used as a door chime to alert you when a customer or delivery person has entered your business. To use COMMAND 6: 1. Ensure that your security system is disarmed. 2. Press the COMMAND bar. The Command Mode indicator light comes on. 3. Press the 6 key. The system is now in the Perimeter Watch Mode. 4. To exit the Perimeter Watch Mode, press the COMMAND bar, and then press the 6 key.
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    ‎07-10-2018 08:13 PM
    Issue How do I use Selective Zone Shunting?   Solution   Selective Zone Shunting The Command Center makes it easy for you to have complete control over your security system. By using Selective Zone Shunting you have the ability to bypass zones you do not wish to arm, directly from the Command Center. If you don't want a particular zone to arm, simply push the same numbered key as that zone, and it will not arm with the rest of the system. CAUTION: When a zone is bypassed, it is not armed and therefore, your protection is compromised. Application In an office building or warehouse, Selective Zone Shunting enables you to arm only those areas that need to be kept secure. Areas where personnel are working can be kept disarmed until they are finished and the areas vacated. To arm all zones, simply disarm the unit and rearm using COMMAND 1 or your personal passcode plus ENT . To use Selective Zone Shunting: 1. Ensure that all zones are secure. 2. Start the system exit delay by entering your personal passcode plus ENT , or COMMAND 1 . The PERIMETER and INTERIOR lights flash, indicating the start of the exit delay time. 3. While the system is in the exit delay mode, press the COMMAND bar and then the 0 key. The system is now in the Selective Zone Shunting mode. (Priority and 24 hour zones cannot be bypassed). 4. To prevent a zone from being armed, press the key that corresponds with the number of that zone and then the ENT key. During the exit time, if a bypassed zone is to be armed with the rest of the system, press the key that corresponds to the zone, and then the ENT key. Each time a zone number key is pressed while in this mode, the exit time is restarted. This provides time to select the zones you wish to arm. 5. After all zone arming selections have been made, press the ENT key to enter your commands and terminate the Selective Zone Shunting mode. The indicators of bypassed zones will blink slowly. The system returns to the original arming command. You should now exit the premises.
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    ‎05-17-2018 04:47 PM
    How to receive a program from a D636 keypad. D6112,D636A,D5200
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