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Amps

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  1. Put your hand in your pocket and purchase a Pyronix Enforcer wireless kit. Save you lots of hassle and well worth the ££.
  2. Program a relay as unconfirmed intruder(018) and connect the bell trigger to the normally open terminal and neg to common.
  3. Nope. Only thing in the log would be PC Dailed which could also mean then app.
  4. If the system is a Pyronix, setup for UDL and UDL enabled in the user menu(default is enabled) an ex engineer can login anytime he likes via the cloud and play around with the settings without any alert being created I have no idea if each insite download is registered to a user but hopefully it is.
  5. I never read further than that line.
  6. from 5839 2017 It is now common practice for the transmission of fire alarm signals to an ARC to be routed via the alarm routing equipment of an intruder alarm system. Notwithstanding that the mains power supplies, cable types and cable routing for this alarm routing equipment might not necessarily conform to the recommendations of this part of BS 5839, this practice is regarded as acceptable and need not be regarded as a variation from the recommendations of this standard. However, standby battery capacity and any cable between the CIE and the alarm routing equipment nee
  7. Setting time must be a minimum of 30 seconds with the setting alert audible throughout the premises. That’s about I think although no one uses the 30 second thing or the audible throughout the premises parts
  8. I've now heard of a couple of companies doing the same thing. Engineers are to offer phone assistance and as a last resort attend site. I imagine there will be a fair few faults that will need an engineer visit. I guess no-one will find out and even if they did no action would be taken.
  9. Think the company would be better off arranging some kind of emergency shift system.
  10. Any facts or just your gut feeling?
  11. Expected better from you.
  12. So how would the engineer know each code? Some kind of app that he has to enter the account and contract number?
  13. One way two way is there really that much difference. one way change batteries approx every 2 years. two way change batteries approx every 2 years.
  14. I think the default is Tamper reset - Engineer Anti-code reset - No So only the engineer code will reset the tamper fault.
  15. Limited experience of these panels and always disliked them. I find the range of panels confusing. You know how many different types of Accenta/Optima panels there have been?
  16. Keep them they take up too much room on the van and weight too much. I’d rather install an extra PSU
  17. If the external siren tamper switch has a intermittent fault the only way to disable it is by getting the ladders up to it. Until you get a replacement I would disconnect the siren from the panel. It should sound for 15-20 minutes then stop. In the panel link from 0v to the tamper return terminal(TR). System should then be minus it’s external siren but fault free.
  18. Only way is to replace it. Personally I would upgrade the external siren approx every 10 years otherwise you may get problems like this. A new external siren suggests you also have the latest intruder system to any would be burglar. I wouldn’t expect a security light to last 10 years or any other external electrical equipment.
  19. Don’t think it’s genuine mate.
  20. Do you have the engineers code? If so the option for tamper or fault from a supervision loss is in the System Options menu. That said early versions of the I-on 16 only allow tamper or off options.
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