Why does the zone light on the D360 Command Center light when the D279A is disarmed?
The D8112 panel is programmed with a zone code of 3271 on a particular zone. The purple jumper on the D279A is cut. As a result, the D360 zone light illuminates when the D279A is disarmed.
This is normal and will not impact the D8112 arming process. If the D1252A is used, the disarm state of the D279A is not indicated.
Overview: Time needed to charge a 12 volt back up battery connected to a D4112
How long does it take to charge a back up battery connected to the panel for the first time?
It may take as long as 12 hours.
BOSCH recommends that the battery be charged prior to the installation.
Overview: Power up charging status of the battey on a D4112 panel will send a trouble Zn 9 during Recharge cycle.
Why does the panel send a Trouble Zn 9 when the battery is charging?
After the AC is restored the battery will begin to charge. When the battery reaches a charging level of 11.1 volts, and maintains battery voltage level above 10.3 volts for 1 minute, the panel will RESET and a battery trouble (Trouble Zn 9) will be sent to the Central Station. When the battery reaches the charging level of 12.5 volts a Restoral Zn 9 is sent to the Central Station.
When do the D7112 Transmitters send a Low Battery Report?
For the Transmitters that use the 3.6V Lithium battery (D7121, D7122, D7130, D7131, D7198, and D7199), the low battery threshold is 3.4V.
For the transmitters that use the 9V Alkaline battery (D7190, D7191), the low battery threshold is 7.2V.
Setting up the duress code on the DS7400XI 3+.
1. Enter the program mode
A. At the master keypad, enter the programmers code + #0. Ie...9876#0
Keypad should display:
Prog.mode, the version and adr =
2. Enter a (2) digit report code in address 0322. Ie...032210#; this would be an example of a valid entry for the contact id mode.
3. Exit program mode
A. At the keypad press and hold the star(*) key for 3 seconds and release it. You now should be out of the program mode, keypad should not display prog. mode anymore.
4. Assign the duress code to an available user #.
A. At the keypad enter a master code followed by #0. Keypad now should scroll through an options menu.
B. Press 0 then follow the instructions on the keypad. A duress code is authority level 5.
Test the duress.
The system should be armed and the exit delay time expired when disarming with the duress.
Overview: Firmware revision 2.20 and higher limit errors when keypad programming a D2212 panel for D208 point expansion.
Why does the D2212 panel not allow keypad programming for a D208 point expander?
Before firmware revision 2.20, it was NOT possible to program the D2212 for a D208 Point Expander using keypad programming. Panels before firmware version 2.20 should be programmed with the D5200 handheld programmer or RAMIV/RPS download software.
Firmware revision 2.20 and above CAN be programmed via the keypad.
Enabling encryption on the DX4020 module.
Telnet into the DX4020 using the IP Address ported to port 9999. (Ex: Telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxxx 9999, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxxx is the IP address of the DX4020 .).
Follow the procedure below:
Press Enter to go into setup mode appears, Press the Enter key.
Select 6- Security from the main menu and follow the next steps:
At Disable SNMP (N) N press [ENTER].
At SNMP Community Name ( 😞 press [ENTER].
At Disable Telnet Setup (N) N press [ENTER].
At Disable Port 77FEh (N) N press [ENTER].
At Disable Web Server (N) N press [ENTER].
At Disable ECHO ports (Y) Y press [ENTER].
At Enable Encryption (N) press [Y].
At Key length in bits (0), type 128 and press [ENTER].
Change keys (N) press ‘Y’ to change it.
Enter keys the bytes programmed in the D6680-E120. These 16 bytes (32 characters) should match. Default value is 01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13-14-15-16.
At Enable Enhanced Password (N) press [ENTER].
Select 9 at the main menu to save and close telnet session.
A message is displayed the connection was lost..
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.
Panel is not sending restorals when the point restores. Log also has no entries for restorals on the point.
This is normal if the panel is programmed not to send restorals.
In RAM/RPS check in the following: Point Index Codes > Point Indexes 1-16 or Point Indexes 17-31
Default: No Selections: Yes or No
Yes: Disable restoral reports for this point. No: Enable restoral reports for this point. When this option is enabled, a restoral report is sent to the receiver when the point returns to normal after being in an alarm or trouble condition.
If you are using the 5200:
In the 5200 check under:
9112B > Point Index > Point Index # (where # is a value between 1 and 31 only)
press the white ENTER key
press the down arrow key (red keys on the 5200)
Repeat until you are at P## Disable Restorals
Default: No Selection: Yes or No Yes = Disable Restoralreports for this point. No = Enable Restoralreports for this point. When this option is enabled, a Restoral report is sent to the receiver when the point returns to normal after being in an alarm or trouble condition. Use this item to automatically put this point back into the system.
When looking at the history log on a D6412 or D4412, the history log displays user 255 key-switch, and the key-switch zone has not been enabled.
When arming with command 1, or pressing the all on key, and not using a pass code, "user 255 key-switch arming" will appear in the history log as the user that armed the system.
When programming the D279 keypad point index on the 7000/9000, G, GV2, & GV3 series panels, how should the type and response be programmed?
Program a type 7 for D279 (O/C Non-Priority): The D279 provides point arming and disarming independent of the area arm state. A non-priority D279 point arm state does not affect the area arm state. Point Response must be programmed 1. Program type 8 for D279 (O/C Priority): The D279 provides point arming and disarming independent of the area arm state. A priority D279 point must be armed before an area can be armed. Program Point Response as 2.
What 2 wire smoke detectors have been UL listed compatible with the D4112?
Note : The D4112 is not UL listed for Commercial Fire Applications. This control does not support multiple detectors in alarm. Do not use smoke detectors from different manufacturers on the same circuit.
Head D262 / Base D260 (20 per loop)
Head DS200 / Base MB200-2W (10 per loop)
Head DS200HD / Base MB200-2W (10 per loop)
Head 1400 / Base N/A (10 per loop)
Head 2400 / Base N/A (10 per loop)
Head 2400th / Base N/A (10 per loop)
Head 1451 / Base B401, B401B (10 per loop)
Head 1451DH / Base DH400 (10 per loop)
Head 2451 / Base B401, B401B, DH400 (10 per loop)
Head 2451TH / Base B401, B401B, DH400 (10 per loop)
Head 2300T / Base N/A (10 per loop)