The system has an Enable All On – No Exit Feature: If the system is set to arm All On and no entry or exit points are faulted during Exit Delay, the system automatically shifts to Part On (not Part 2 On). Part On (not All On) appears in the log and reports. This feature does not apply when arming with key switches or RF keyfobs.
To disable this feature, need to go to arming options in the RPS program and make that a (NO ) Or in key pad programming nibble 0258, and change it to a 0.
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Ensure RF Programming in D4412/D6412 Panel is complete. Program point Device as RF Receiver #1 or #2
Using Remote Programming, go to Point Configuration and Device for point. Select Data Bus RF Receiver #1 or #2. Using Keypad programming, ensure Device is programmed to 4 if using RF Receiver #1 and 5 if using RF Receiver #2. Set RF3224 Receiver to correct address
Set to address #1 by placing the jumper over only one of the two pins if point uses receiver #1. Set as receiver #2 by placing the jumper over both pins if point uses receiver #2. Ensure Receiver #1 and/or Receiver #2 are turned on in programming
Using Remote Programming, go to Data Bus Configuration and select Yes by either receiver #1, #2 or both. In keypad programming, make entry in nibble 1249 of 1 for receiver #1, 2 for receiver #2, or 3 for both receivers #1 and #2.Program transmitter into panel
Using Remote Programming, enter 9 digit number located on back of transmitter into RF ID slot in point configuration. From keypad, enter RF Programming using the following steps: 1) Close the Installer switch. 2) Enter the installers passcode. Keypad should read "'Code Accepted!" 3) Press CMD 41. 4) Enter 7 for RF Programming. From RF Programming menu, press 1 to add RF Devices, enter point number followed by *, enter the 9 digit number on the back of the transmitter into the keypad followed by CMD. Command center should read "ID added, Press #". After all RF devices are programmed, press CMD twice, Keypad should read "Configuring RF, please wait" Press CMD to return to Main programming menu or release the Installer Pin to return to normal operation.
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When the contact was first recognized by the panel, it saw a magnet and a reed switch , and learned the transmitter to be normal that way . The point had to be reprogrammed by deleting and re-adding it under a different point # to be seen as normal with an external contact only. Once both the magnet and supervised loop resistor have been seen by the panel, they both must be present for the panel to report a normal status for that zone. If the loop is supervised, and the magnet is present and then removed, the panel will report a trouble condition due to the missing magnet.
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