The B8512 or B9512 supervises keypads even when disabled Related Products B8512 B9512 B915 B920 B921C B925F B926F B930 B942 Overview Issue The B8512 or B9512 supervises keypads even when Supervision=NO Solution If the keypad Type is set to an SDI type keypad (see below) the supervision setting can be configured YES or NO. When the keypad Type is set to one of the SDI2 type keypads the supervision Yes/No setting is ignored and the keypad is supervised. SDI2 devices are always supervised by design regardless of the supervision setting. SDI Keypads SDI2 Keypads D1255 VFD Keypad (SDI) B915 D125xRB Keypad (SDI) B920 D126x LCD Keypad (SDI) B921C B925F B926F B930 B942 Notes SDI2 devices that are the same type of device must use different addresses. SDI2 devices that are not the same type can be configured to the same address. For example: The B915, B92x, B930 or B942 are all same device types (keypads) and must use different addresses. The B920, B208 and B520 are all different device types and can all use the same address.
How do I clear alarm memory from the keypad?
On the D1260 keypad there are 4 buttons on the left and 4 buttons on the right side. Next to the bottom button on the right side should be a meesage that reads CLEAR DISPLAY.
1. Press the button beside the CLEAR DISPLAY prompt.
2. Enter your passcode.
3. Press the button beside the CLEAR prompt again.
Now alarm memory should be off the display on the keypad.
On a D720, why are all the zone lights flashing?
How can a SKED be disabled or changed?