Unable to get the token reader to work when the UI is mounted to a metal surface.
The IUI-EZ1 cannot be mounted directly to a metal surface. The UI needs to be separated by at least 3 inches of non-conductive material between the metal surface.
I just replaced my external modem with a new one, and when connecting to a panel the status screen never moves from (configuring port).
D5500C-LITE-LPT,D5500C-LITE-USB,D5500C-LPT,D5500C-USB,D5500CU,D5500CU-LITE,RAM,RAM IV - D5370,RAMIV,RAMIV LITE,RPS,RPS LITE
I upgraded my computer. Started using an external modem for communication instead of using the Tecmar internal modem (d9350/9351) and am getting an “invalid or missing hardware key communication unavailable" error.
RAM,RAM IV - D5370,RAMII,RAMIII,RAMIV,RPS
When programming the phone number in a D4412/D6412 panel, how would a pause be entered in through keypad programming?
When a 4 second pause is needed while programming through the keypad, enter in a 13 for the nibble where you would like the pause to occur.
How do I tell if my wiring is good and all the devices are connected on the D6112 keypad bus?
Remove the data wires from terminals 11 and 13 on the control panel. Also remove the power going to those devices. Using a multimeter set to read resistance, place one lead on a data wire and the other lead on the other data wire.
The correct resistance reading should be 9K Ohms per device connected.
Number of device / Device Resistance / Wire / Max resistance
1 9 k ohms 15 k ohms 23 k ohms
2 18 k ohms 15 k ohms 32 k ohms
3 27 k ohms 15 k ohms 41 k ohms
4 36 k ohms 15 k ohms 50 k ohms
How can a REX sensor such as the DS150i or DS160 be used to shunt an armed point?
The REX sensor can be used to shunt a normally closed contact by connecting the REX relay contacts that will provide closure when motion is detected in parallel with the door point to be shunted. When these contacts close, a short will be placed across the door point. The panel will see the door as closed for the duration of the REX relay time.
Note: The REX relay Common to Normally Open and Common to Normally Closed contacts will reverse when changing from Fail Safe to Fail Secure mode. See NOTES for further clarification.
In Fail Safe mode, use the Yellow and Violet wires on the first relay or the Gray and Green wires on the second relay.
In Fail Secure mode, use the Yellow and Blue wires on the first relay or the Gray and Orange wires on the e second relay.
In Fail Safe mode, use the relay contacts designated Normally Open to Common.
In Fail Secure mode, use the relay contacts designated Normally Closed to Common.