How to address SDI2 devices without causing address conflicts.
Can different types of SDI2 devices use the same address setting?
B810, RFRP-A, B820, B208, B308, B420, B426, B520, B920, B921C, B930, B942.
What would cause the Armed LED to not function on an LED Command Center, while arming the system?
To correct the Armed LED try the following steps:
1. Recycle power to the command center, and the panel.
2. Readdress the command center, anything other than address one. Then reprogram the command center for the same address number, and reset the panel.
What is the difference between the D623B and the D623 keypads for the D4412/D6412 panels?
The only difference is the D623B is the new Bosch design keypad with a Grey Faceplate for D4412/D6412 panels. See photo below.
What scope should be used when programming the D720 keypad?
The D720 keypad must be programmed AREA WIDE scope only. Account or Panel Wide scopes are not supported by this keypad.
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, D720
How to initiate a programmed test time on 2000 Series control panels.
Does the D2212 Timer Test Need to be Initiated from the Keypad?
D2812,D220A (8 led),D2412,D2212,D222A LCD,D223A LCD,D220A,D222,D223
On the Honeywell 520 keypad, NOT AUTHORIZED is being displayed when entering a code and CMD 48 to set up the next test time.
Only passcodes with authority level 5 (service level) are authorized to use CMD 42 and CMD 48 functions on the Honeywell 5505 using the 520 keypad.
Why is the green LED not lit on the 251 keypad?
The green LED monitors loop status, power supply, and the fuse on the panel. If the LED is shut off check all of the above. Note: zones are supervised with a 1K ohm resistor and 16.5VAC 20 VA transformer is used for AC power.
How is point expansion configured, addressed and wired on the D6112 panel?
1.) Install the First Device to the D6112 control by connecting one of the two White leads to terminal 11 (Data- first device). The Black lead will land on terminal 14 (common) and the Red on terminal 15 (+ 12Vdc). This device will be programmed as DEVICE 1.
2.) Install the Second Device to the D6112 control by connecting one of its White leads to the remaining White lead from Device 1. The Black and Red leads of the second device will connect to Common and +12Vdc respectively. This device will be programmed as DEVICE 2.
3.) Each additional device will be installed by connecting its White wire to the previous device remaining white wire until the last device. The remaining White wire on the last device will connect to the D6112 control terminal 13 (Data- last device).
1.) Go to the Devices Module part of the D6112 handler and on line 4.1 Device#, select 1 for the first device.
a) On line 2 D1 Model, select the device model code (1=D610/611, 2=D620/D626, 3=D630/D636A, 4=D640) that pertains to the first device.
2.) Continue by selecting 2 on line 4.1 Device# for the second device and on line 4.2 D1 Model, enter that device model code. Continue until all devices are programmed.
3.) Address the points according to the device they are expanded off of. The zone location is comprised of the Device model code and the zone. The zones are identified by letter starting with A for the first zone and counting up alphabetically.
a) Onboard zones 1-8 use a device code of 0 and are addressed as 0A-0H.
b) Zones 9 and up would be addressed 1A, 1B and so on.
Note: It is not required that zones 1-16 be located on any particular device or in any particular order. It is advisable that the system be laid out in a logical order for future reference.