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  1. As a suggestion if you are struggling, use the keypad spare cores to take the contact cores back to the panel and connect into the endstation
  2. No GJD elite do not bleep inn the detector (But nothing stopping you putting a small buzzer in the detector (if you can fit it in) or in a waterproof JB next to the detector. Ive used the GJD wireless opal's and didn't think they were that good - my advise wire if you can
  3. as a suggestion why not pull in another cat 6 and feed the forth camera off this ? If its only a 20mtr run in tube it shouldn't be too bad to install (Just watch the new burning against the existing cable if you do it )
  4. I've have two system out there that the power light flashes constantly (even though mains are present), voltage within tolerance, battery ok (ah capacity measured with ACT battery meter) End station not in a warm environment... Contacted Honeywell and they could not explain... Customer happy as all works as it should and cannot justify the change of controls to fix a flashing led
  5. You can hard reset the device by holding down the reset button on the left of the unit (I think you hold it down for 15 seconds) I would try that then try again to reconfigure
  6. I would think twice before using this kit (for the sake of the user and your insurance)
  7. Worked on these redcot systems a couple of times before, they appear to always lock the nvm
  8. I am an installer so unsure on the comment?? I'm unsure myself on the cause, I'm thinking possibly a dodgy router or dodgy Hik doorbell (It is fibre broadband but that wont make a difference) - maybe a call to EE or failing that purchase a better router... Anyone any suggestions on routers?
  9. EE's own (I had a EE brightbox previously then that went t*ts up so got their latest one about a year ago) Would have to look in the loft to confirm.... Are you possibly suggesting digging deep for a new router?
  10. lol has anyone else got similar Hik door bell issues?
  11. I've got the hik door bell, its within three meters of the router and it sends more time off line than it does on.... I'm have thinking of taking it back as it certainly doesn't perform the way I expected
  12. If heavy loads are being switched you could use the relay to switch on a contactor
  13. I would check that tamper spring clicks when the cover is fitted and that the cover is seated correctly, then wait a couple of minutes then trigger the detector (so it sends a new signal to the panel) then type your code in. Is it possible that the system has been set up for engineer reset on tamper. If the above fails then you will have to make a call to the installing company / current maintainer
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