Litch90

Accenta G3

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Regarding a Accenta G3..When altering the three programming suites 1,2 & 3 how do you select zone type immediate for a sensor? Say I want zone 4 to have a zone type of immediate how do I change this?

 

I know if i need i can turn on entry deviate in Flag B menu.

 

Their system was set up so that ZONE 1 WAS TIMED ZONE 2 WAS TIME INHIBIT ZONE 3 WAS IMMEDIATE... zone 4 is the E/E pit by the front door but under Program 1 zones 3-8 to set are set as immediate??? Can the function be changed... or would i just have to swap the zones in the panel (so that zone 4 e/e would now be zone 2 timed inhibit)

 

thanks gents 

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Is there any possibility you can scrap the panel?

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Oh you wag. But, is there?

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you could swap the circuits, but why is cct 4 cct 2 as it should be?

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8 hours ago, al-yeti said:

Is there any possibility you can scrap the panel?

might very well do.. right nightmare trying to programme only of LED's

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5 hours ago, james.wilson said:

you could swap the circuits, but why is cct 4 cct 2 as it should be?

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They had zone 4 in the hallway acting as a Exit pir...  but of course zone 4 is seen as immediate by the panel is it not? So on these older G3's I'm guessing you can't change the zone type manually? 

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On 18/06/2017 at 7:57 AM, Litch90 said:

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They had zone 4 in the hallway acting as a Exit pir...  but of course zone 4 is seen as immediate by the panel is it not? So on these older G3's I'm guessing you can't change the zone type manually? 

On the G3's you can change any zone type. Easier with the LCD keypad.

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