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Login with Facebook Log in. Forgot Password? New Posts. Today's Posts. Community Member List. Forum Actions Mark Forums Read. Quick Links View Forum Leaders. DSC section locked out? Thread Tools. I have a fault 5 on zone 1 that I can't seem to clear. I recently added an extra keypad and reassigned all 3 keypads to 11,12 and I wanted to make sure the keypad zones are null to eliminate the possibility of zone 1 being associated with a keypad, but when I try to enter section I get the long error beep.
Is this a hardware issue, or have I somehow disabled this function? Zone 1 is supposed to be a smoke detector but I have since disconnected the input wire and made it null 00 , but the fault will not clear. Another issue is that I have set the front door for entry delay but it sets the alarm off immediately. I have re-entered the 30 second entry time, but still have problems. Thanks in advance for any help! View Public Profile.
Find all posts by loach1. Received 62 Votes on 60 Posts. Exactly what keystrokes did you enter to make the changes you described? It's really easy to be one segment off and not realize it.
Find all posts by MrRonFL. Ron, thanks so much for responding - I have been reading a lot of your advice lately trying to figure this out, and had been hoping that you would come to my aid! Currently I have 00 for zone 1 in an attempt to clear the fault. Any idea why I cannot enter section ? Thanks again! Hmmm, if this was an ADT branded PC, they often have such specialty programming locations disabled from the programming. Also, the very oldest versions of the PC did not have the keypad zone feature.
What is the version number on the label on your main chip in the center of the motherboard? It is a CPI unit, which seems to be standard everything has always worked for me up until now anyway. The largest chip has the following: R, , , L8 on it. Below the PC number is Rev 4A at least it looks like an 'A' but a solder pad obscures most of it. I'm considering a reset as a next step since there isn't much to do to get it back and running and I might clear whatever mistake I made.
OK, I decided to go for it and did a software reset. I still have a fault 5 showing zone 1 trouble, have toggled the EOL and NC option in section , no change. I have a number '1' on the panel at all times, but the system clock has been set.
Do I need to change something else? Master code has been changed too. Simple test: Put a 5. Otherwise, simply jumper it closed. If the zone closes, then it's a field wiring issue.
If it doesn't, then you may have a failed zone input. I will try the jumper trick in a second and report back. A bit more testing with the bell unwired shows that everything behaves like it should, BUT The continuous beep from the keypad is correct, with a solid number on the LED for the zone.
If I violate an instant zone such as the motion detector there is no beep from the keypad, just the zone number flashing and I would guess the bell would be sounding too like it should. Any ideas on why the bell goes off although during the entry delay period? The jumper for zone 1 resulted in the 'Fire' LED coming on, and there was still a fault on zone 1.
I don't know what this means I'm a bit worried that I have assigned zone 1 to a keypad but since I can't enter section I can't '00' the keypad zones out. Is there a reset for the keypads? This time I started out by calling zone 1 '00' rather than '07' and it didn't give me a fault. The only remaining issue was a battery fault so I checked the voltage and it was I had another battery with No zone 1, but I have a bunch of smoke alarms anyway and do not have monitoring. I tried the zone 4 door after arming and it behaved the same way - continuous beep at the keypads and the bell went off immediately.
Soon my 'monitoring' neighbor is going to give up on me! What could be causing this lack of entry delay? I would go into installer program and press to reset the module list first.
After 1 minute do to confirm proper modules. I had the same thing happen to me a few days ago with a fire zone. I had programmed a zone for fire that wasn't, it went into trouble and wouldn't clear by reprogramming the zone. Apparently the panel needs to see fire zones clear normally before the trouble will clear. Reprogram backto fire, let it go into trouble, put the resistor across the zone then reset the keypad. Or default the panel programming and start over.
Find all posts by AllTrack. A fully charged battery is supposed to have about It's also the voltage that the charger puts out. I think you may have swapped a good battery for a failing one. The keystrokes you are writing out are the correct ones, but I don't think that's what you are actually entering. It's really easy to get one segment off with one of these things.
View your zone types to make sure that they actually have the right settings. I'm not sure why you are unable to access location This all feels like you are a little off in your programming locations, somehow. I changed the 01's to 02's to see if it helped to use a different timer. I also changed the basement door to instant I am leaning towards a dud board since I have performed hardware and software resets.
Or could it be that my new keypad is not fully compatible with the system? It seems to be working as it should though an section 20 was accessible when I initially installed the keypad. I'm starting to lean that way myself. Audible Exit fault. Turn off light 6 in location Test your entrance delay. Very simple really - I was not aware of the 4 second 'fault' period after the exit delay. I had been opening the door immediately after arming because I had a house full of kids and didn't want them to set off a motion sensor before I had a chance to check the door.
Thanks for all your help! You sounded like you were familier with the system, so it never occurred fo me the check that you had let the exit delay time out Find all posts by Microlab.
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I am leaning towards a dud board since I have performed hardware and software resets. Hmmm, if this was an ADT branded PC, they often have such specialty programming locations disabled from the programming. I think you may have swapped a good battery for a failing one. Test your entrance delay.
J Smoke Alarm pdf manual download. Well, I had a bit of time to play with it again so I re-entered the zone definitions like this: After 1 minute do to confirm proper modules. Benteo, Kuidagi kindlast saan saata. Aprilaire — Basic Solenoid Question. The JF is a microprocessor control panel for the supervision of medium and large sized fire alarm systems. Kitaxe DSC section locked out?
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