Arming an 8112 with delays.
COMMAND 1 is used to arm the entire system, bothperimeter and interior zones. Once you have entered COMMAND1, the exit delay time starts. You now have a predeterminedamount of time to exit the protected area before the system arms.
During the exit period you may move through motion detectorsor any protected area on your way to the exit door without causingan alarm. Enter your personal passcode to cancel COMMAND1.
NOTE: If you leave the building after the exit time expires,you may begin the entry delay, or initiate an alarm. If this happens,disarm your system by entering your personal passcode. If yoursystem reports to a Central Station, you may need to call themif an alarm occurs.
COMMAND 1 is useful in applications where you want yourcleaning service, a serviceman or anyone to arm your system whenthey leave, but you don't want them to have the passcode to disarmthe system. COMMAND 1 arms the system, but it will not disarmthe system.
To use COMMAND 1:
1. Ensure that all zones are secure. The display should showREADY TO ARM .
2. Press the COMMAND bar. The display should show SYSTEM COMMAND .
3. Press the 1 key. The display now alternates between ALL SECURE and EXIT NOW. After the exit delay expires, the display shortens to ALL SECURE .
4. To disarm your security system, enter your personal passcodebefore the delay time expires.
Part numbers D8112, D8112A, D8112E, D8112E1, D8112G, D8112G1, D8112G2
Overview: When setting up D8112 panels for test reporting, the operator must be able to set the time for test time functions to work.
Why won't Command 45 (adjust clock) work on the D8112 panel?
Programming line 101 Clock, is set to NO. Change setting to YES to enable clock in panel programming with the D5200 or RPS.
Part numbers D8112, D8112A, D8112E, D8112E1, D8112G, D8112G1, D8112G2, D5200, RPS
How to determine correct wiring with between the DS7420i and different DS7400 panel types.
Is the wiring configuration between the DS7420i and DS7400 panel different than with the DS7400Xi?
Overview: Missing points are points that are turned on in programming via the Point Index assigned to anything other than 0 and cannot be found by the panel on the Zonex Loop. This problem may have a number of causes such as; the point is actually not in the field, is wired incorrectly, has a faulty addressing device such as its POPIT or Octopopit, or there may be noise in the data loop.
When Points go missing, the panel generates responses based on the point type. Fire points generate Missing Trouble responses, non-fire 24 hour points will generate Missing Alarm responses. Points that are neither Fire nor 24 hour points will generate Missing Alarms when armed and Trouble when disarmed.
Panel history shows Missing Alarm. What does it mean?
This problem may have a number of causes such as; the point is actually not in the field, is wired incorrectly, has a faulty addressing device such as its POPIT or Octopopit, or there may be noise on the zonex data loop in the field.
New Installs - Only a few missing , verify the popits are addressed and wired to the correct zonex loop. (9000 Series Panels Zonex 1 is Addresses 9 to 127 and Zonex 2 is 129 to 247). If all on the same wire run verify the wiring from the last working popit to the first missing popit.
Exsisting Install that all was working - All popits missing - Remove all wire from the Zonex terminals for the missing popits (9000 Series Panels Zonex 1 is Addresses 9 to 127 and Zonex 2 is 129 to 247). Only wire the D8125 to the correct Zonex (Out of the panel to In of the D8125 and In of the panel to Out of the D8125). This would remove any D8128 Octopopit Modules and D8129 Relay Modules from the Zonex. Next, remove all loop wiring from the + /- Terminals of the D8125. Using View Point Status fro the Keypad or RPS verify the State of all the popits on the loop by add ing 1 loop at a time until you connect the loop or loops that are causing all to go missing. Once you have the bad loop or loops isolated - Divide and conquor the loop. Go out halpf way and open the loop if the points work go out further on the loop if still missing move back toward the panel and open the loop.
How to initiate a programmed test time on 2000 Series control panels.
Does the D2212 Timer Test Need to be Initiated from the Keypad?
D2812,D220A (8 led),D2412,D2212,D222A LCD,D223A LCD,D220A,D222,D223
What do the error displays mean on the DS7080i ?
Control panel problems are indicated by a flashing green Power Light.
The DS7447 display will also read “Control Trouble, Enter # 8 7.” The DS7445 will only flash the green Power Light.
The Error messages may only be read when the control is disarmed. Contact your installing company if the problems persist.
1.) DS7447 - “AC Power Failure”:
DS7445 - LED 1 turns on steady:
There is a power failure and the panel is operating on backup battery.
2.) DS7447 - “Battery Trouble”:
DS7445 - LED 2 turns on steady:
If the system has just been through a power failure, wait at least two hours for the battery to recharge, then enter a PIN + [System Reset] to perform a battery test.
3.) DS7447 - “Communicator Err”:
DS7445 - LED 3 turns on steady:
The communicator failed to communicate with the central station.
4.) DS7447 - “System Fault”:
DS7445 - LED 4 turns on steady:
Internal error in the control circuitry or optional circuitry. These faults are displayed as follows:
TRBL Zone Fault.
5.) DS7447 - “Keypad Fault”:
DS7445 - LED 5 turns on steady:
One of the keypads is not responding to the control panel.
6). DS7447 - “Aux Power Fault”:
DS7445 - LED 8 turns on steady:
The auxiliary power has been shorted.
7.) DS7447 - “Zone Trouble”: DS7445 - LED 6 turns on steady:
One of the zones is not responding to the control panel. This may also be displayed during power-up (if so, ignore).
* = If in “Residential Mode”, a PIN is not required for these commands.
** = Battery Trouble and Communicator Err displays must be cleared by the [System Reset] command sequence even after the problem has been remedied. These displays will not self clear. All the other error displays will self clear from the keypads once the problem has been remedied.