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.
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.
The keypad is beeping every ten seconds for no apparent reason. The keypad is not displaying any troubles. How do I stop the keypad from beeping?
1. Ensure the area is disarmed.
2. Press Cmd + 4 + 2. The flashing Cmd light is a prompt to enter a valid passcode.
3. Enter a valid passcode and the D621 displays system trouble events by lighting the point indicators (zone leds)as described below:
Zone 1 Lit steady = Telephone line Fail
Zone 1 Slow Flash = Comm Fail, Destination 1
Zone 1 Fast Flash = Comm Fail, Destination 2
Zone 2 Lit steady = Alternate Comm Trouble
Zone 3 Lit steady = Installer Switch Closed
Zone 4 Lit steady = Backup Battery low
Zone 4 Lit steady = Slow Flash = Backup Battery Missing
Zone 5 Lit steady = Bell Supervision Fail
Zone 6 Lit steady = RF Receiver Jamming
Zone 6 Slow Flash = RF Receiver Trouble
Zone 7 Lit steady = Data Bus Device Missing
Zone 7 Slow Flash = Data Bus Device Tamper
Zone 7 Fast Flash = Data Buss Device Trouble/Reset
Zone 8 Lit steady = System Fault
Zone 8 Slow Flash = Service Interval
Zone 8 Fast Flash = Ground Fault Condition
Press Cmd to return to the off state.
Cannot access my menu items via the D1260 keypad, but know I the Menu Functions were enabled for the D1260 keypad within the panel program.
CMD CNTR ASSIGMENT > MENU KEY LOCK and set to NO.
Verify in programming FUNCTION LIST that the functions the required functions are set to Yes for the correct keypad address.
Compatible Control Panels • B9512G/B9512G-E • B8512G/B8512G-E • D9412GV4/D7412GV4/D7212GV41 • D9412GV3/D7412GV3/D7212GV31 • D9412GV2/D7412GV2/D7212GV21 • D9412G/D7412G/D7212G • D9412, D7412, D7212, and D9112 with firmware versions 6.40 or higher