How to work with the D4112 Battery Discharge and Recharge voltage schedule.
When does the D4112 send a Trouble Low Battery report to the monitoring station?
When does the D4112 send the Low Battery restore report to the monitoring station?
Overview: In order to comply with SIA CP-01 standards, GV2 revision 7.06 and higher panels have modified the method that points programmed for Swinger Bypass are bypassed. GV2 panel revisions 7.05 and earlier will automatically bypass points and report Swinger Bypass P### when these points erroneously report four trouble or alarm events within one hour of the first event. RPS revision 5.5 and higher provides a field called Swinger Bypass Count to be used in GV2 panels revision 7.06 and higher. This setting, between 1 and 4, selects the number of times that a point will automatically bypass after going into trouble or alarm, the selected number of times, within 1 hour of the first event. The Swinger Bypass Count setting is defaulted to 1 and if left unchanged Swinger Bypass points will Bypass after one alarm or trouble event. Further, new GV2 panels revision 7.06 and higher come with a default Swinger Bypass Count setting of 1. If programming with RPS revision 5.4 or earlier, the Swinger Bypass Count field will not be available to change and the setting will remain at 1. Likewise, if programming with the D5200 programmer using GV2Aux revision 1.01 or 1.00 the same problem will occur. RPS 5.5 or GV2Aux revision 1.02 or higher is required for programming.
Why do points bypass after one trouble or alarm event?
The point that generated 1 trouble or alarm and Bypassed uses a Point Index with Swinger Bypass set to Yes and the Swinger Bypass Count is set to 1. This setting is modified in GV2Aux>Misc>Swinger Bypass count in RPS rev 5.5 or higher. Using a D5200 programmer, GV2Aux revision 1.02 must be used. Swinger Count can be modified by entering group on Miscellaneous and then Swinger Count.
Use the Menu function ‘MASER ARM’ to arm either selected areas or all areas that the user has authority in, which are in the scope of the keypad. Previously armed areas remain armed while the remaining disarmed will arm.
For example, if a panel uses areas 1-8 and:
The keypad has Panel Wide Scope and the user has authority only in areas 1, 2, 3 & 4, then only areas 1, 2, 3 & 4 will Master Arm.
If the keypad has Custom Scope in areas 1 & 2 user has authority in areas 1, 2, 3 & 4, then only areas 1 & 2 will arm.
Use the Menu function ‘MASER ARM’:
Access the keypad Menus from the keypad.
Press the NEXT key until the MASTER ARM ? function is displayed and select [ENTER].
Enter a valid passcode and press [ENTER].
The display shows MASTER ARM ALL ?, select [ENTER].
The command center displays ARMING X,X,X,X… where X= the available and authorized areas to arm.