What is RPS Call Back?
RPS Call Back
Default setting is No.
Selections are Yes or No
Using this function allows the control panel, after it has verified the RPS passcode, to provide an additional level of security by hanging up and dialing the RPS phone number to call RPS at the central station prior to allowing any upload or download.
Important: When using the RPS Callback function, enter a "C" as the last digit in the RPS phone number if DTMF dialing is used.
Yes: When the control panel hears the proper RPS passcode, it hangs up the phone, seizes the phone line, then dials the programmed RPS phone number (see RPS Ph ). This ensures that only the control panel communicates with the RPS PC connected to the dialed phone number.
No: The RPS session is initiated immediately; no call back is required. The control panel engages in RPS sessions when called from any phone number and a proper RPS passcode is identified.
The D5200 programmer has only 128K RAM, how can it be expanded to 512K?
The D5215 is a memory circuit board that installs on the main board inside the D5200 programmer. This provides the A drive with an additional 384K of RAM which then brings the total A drive compacity to 512K.
Part numbers D5200, D5215
How to correct the D8112/5505 not sending a Reboot report.
The 8112/5505 panel is communicating alarm and trouble signals but after resetting the panel it does not report the reboot.