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  1. Morning, are you still a plan partner? I work for an electrical company and have a job in West London that needs some work on. Very minimal. We have relocated some devices that need decommissioning on the local PC as they do not read the cards since the controllers have been powered down and back up again

    1. Wozza83

      Wozza83

      Recommissioning even!

    2. NotHeardofThat1

      NotHeardofThat1

      Good morning.

      Yes we are, as it happens I've just arrived in west London to sit in a cupboard for the rest of the day to wire up 12 doors 3 plan panels. :rolleyes:

      Leave me your contact details and we'll get it sorted.

  2. Shame I didn't see this earlier, we're PLAN partners with many sites run on PLAN. Drop me a message if required
  3. Hunter27 is there a small green sticker on the main panel PCB showing "V1.00" ?
  4. Do you know why are PIRs set to auto by default? Now reading this I can't see any reason to ever have anything on Auto. On hybrid, does the panel arm the device as soon as the system is set? With no down time while set? I assume on auto, once it's had its down time it's armed, ready for instant trigger?
  5. I've RTFM..... that's why I'm here. 1 - Use Pulse Period 1 When activated, the output will remain on for the duration of the ‘Pulse Period 1’ timer (see page 63 for details). 2 - Use Pulse Period 2 When activated, the output will remain on for the duration of the ‘Pulse Period 2’ timer (see page 63 for details). 3 - Use Pulse Period 3 When activated, the output will remain on for the duration of the ‘Pulse Period 3’ timer (see page 63 for details). As above, pulse is a hold on timer, then stays restored
  6. Set as intruder with R on, timers set to min 0 sec max 2 sec, nothing happens
  7. Quick question, premier panel, I want to make an output flash on intruder. I know it's possible I just can't figure it out what combination of type and attribute it is..
  8. As above you would want the ground hall way PIR on in the part set and to start entry2 timer. Default attributes for guard access will set it as part entry anyway.
  9. We've got no kingpins, just victims lol.. Spotted one of our clients on BBC Documentary talking about his missing diamonds from the Hatton garden raid
  10. Comwifi is not reliable enough to have it monitored for drop outs. Go monitor hardware and turn off ATS faults. Or like above, turn off notifications, get a gsm com on com port 2 with virgin sim unlimited texts £5 a month. You'll still get a notification if power goes out/your router drops out. You'll probably find Sms commands to be enough for your remote control needs too. Just a suggestion )
  11. ..every time I post a thread it ends up with, well. Butt talk
  12. For that odd cable run that you're so close but you just can't hook it.. Anybody tried one of these? http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&alt=web&id=271949223669&globalID=EBAY-GB Probably wouldn't use it too much but can see how it would help. We have a Milwaukee one but the picture quality is awful and it's about 18mm thick so it never really got used. This is only 8.5mm...
  13. Bruce did you get 2400 to text out? If not On keypad, All in UDL/digi options: Comport setup- com2400 should be selected on the port or onboard. Setup modules- set pri sms centre to 07785499993. Make sure if you need a 9 prefix to dial out on your landline phone, it goes in front of SMS centre number. Digi options- ensure You have E and A on. Program digi- arc1- sms messaging- primary is your first mobile number- reporting options make sure at least Test calls is on( C ) Now go to make test call- press zero- display should eventually show SMS sent. If that doesn't work Make sure you have 50v on com2400 and you can dial out. You might want to use different SMS centre but that's what I use. I think it's Vodafone.m Hope this helps. Like the others said, comip/wifi is much better, or even gsm com
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