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  1. Thanks. It looks like a Premier Elite 24 will also work with keyfobs or does it need to be the Premier Elite 48? I'm only using 2 door open/close sensors and 3 PIR sensors off the main panel so no expanders to worry about.
  2. This is a follow on question from http://www.thesecurityinstaller.co.uk/community/topic/41730-replacing-texecom-key-pad/ which contains some pictures of my current alarm system. Thanks for the advice on fitting the replacement key pad which is working fine. The new key pad had a wireless PROX keyfob symbol and I thought these would be better than typing in the code so I bought some Texecom Elite Keyfobs of ebay. However when I tried to program one I discovered that the menu option is missing so I presume this functionality is in the box rather than the key panel. What is my best
  3. Picture of current keypad (slightly yellow) and keypad of potential new keypad and PCB of potential new keypad.
  4. pictures of board and keypad PCBs and style of outside of control box.
  5. I have a Texecom alarm with a Veritas R8 (or plus?) / Excel styled control panel box with a Premier LCDL remote key pad from around 2003. The keys on the remote key pad were made of a soft silicone and some of them have become worn and difficult to press and register. I have looked around but I can’t find replacement silicone key pad so I purchased a second hand Premier LCDL remote keypad from ebay with the intention of changing over the silicone but the new keypad actually came with solid plastic keys which look much better and should last much longer. Now I’m wondering if I can just s
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