What are Point Profiles and how are they used to program points on B8512G/B9512G or B-series panels?
How to program the B3512.
How to program the B4512.
How to program the B5512.
How to program the B6512.
How to program the B8512G.
How to program the B9512G.
The keypad displays the Access Module Door Point is in trouble. Diagnostics displays the point as missing.
T+ (Tamper Input) of the Access Module is an unsupervised input that is normal when open. Upon a short, the Door Point number assigned to the supervised zone of the Access Module is reported as a MISSING PT###.
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)
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.