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How many keypads on system and/or expanders

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What about keypad dipswitch, I know manual says that if all switches are off its the same as being set to address 1 but I always set dipswitch 1 to on.

 

Scratching really as it seems you have changed everything, seems to point to some sort of interference like rf or mains

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What about keypad dipswitch, I know manual says that if all switches are off its the same as being set to address 1 but I always set dipswitch 1 to on.

 

Scratching really as it seems you have changed everything, seems to point to some sort of interference like rf or mains

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What about keypad dipswitch, I know manual says that if all switches are off its the same as being set to address 1 but I always set dipswitch 1 to on.

 

 

Oddly enough I do the same.

 

Yes a very odd fault and it seems the only constant is the environment.

Have you tested the removed kit on the bench?

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Is it possible you have too much on the system?

 

Possible that other things are taking all the power and you are getting volts drop?

 

Does the Rkp loss co-incide with test signals going out or something else that will drain power?

 

p24 polly or p24 Metal? possibly change to a metal or add a psu.

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I take it the metal has a bigger PSU than the plastic?

Correct me if wrong but 1amp on p24 plastic (pollycarbonate) 1.5 amp on P24 metal

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was there an outcome richard?

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Well it had locked up in 'confirm devices' So re confirmed what was on the system, (x 2 keypads) and it reset.

 

Gave it a thorough test, checked all loads/induced AC readings etc, couldnt get it to trip again. Rang up tech, not a scoob. So, fingers crossed..................?!

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Yeah, tbh we only use them as we have a big iD estate out there, so need something thats still compatible. I really rate them but there always seems to be new firmware updates. They are ironing the issues out though, so its a good thing imo.

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i noticed a few faults on texecom! the new elite range which was really buggy last year when it was realised i found you could not trigger outputs off network 2 expsanders ! resolved now though 

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