Glassbreak detectors are designed to listen for specific sounds from breaking glass. The device used for testing must generate the proper sounds for the glassbreak to generate an alarm. If the correct tester is not used, an alarm will not be generated.
The history log should be used as a first resource to isolate the source of ongoing point or system troubles. When central station reports appear to conflict with panel operation, the history log will reveal the actual events which were processed by the panel.
The B8512G and B9512G have slots for two B430 Plug-in Telephone Communicators to provide redundant telephone connections.
Upon power up the panel uses the B430 in the Mod-1 slot until a Test Report is initiated or when the panel phone supervision declares the line currently in use as failed.
B430, B8512G, B9512G
View Point Status is an important part of troubleshooting which is used to determine the current state of input points. For example, when the panel annunciates a point trouble, view point status will display if the point is missing or faulted in an open or short state.
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