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Meh..... it almost sounds like the PIR's are staying active for way too long after you have walked past them, which kinda brings some obscure things up.

 

Are the PIR's fed directly from the AUX 12volt supply? 

Neither 12v or 0v wire is fed from any of the panel outputs?

Do the sensors operate correctly when you view them in engineer mode.  (Engineer utils....View zone status), do they go active and then back to secure reasonably quickly when you walk past them?

 

Your exit mode is definately TIMED? I.e the exit sound continues AFTER you shut the door behind you, couldn't be youve set 'Exit settle time' to zero and its arming when you shut the door? (with the pir's still active)

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need the profile so we can stop guessing at possible causes, according to the post above only changed the zone settings.

 

at 2.15am still not seen them. (dont worry havent been awake allnight waiting for them just checking in when I woke up).

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Meh..... it almost sounds like the PIR's are staying active for way too long after you have walked past them, which kinda brings some obscure things up.

 

Are the PIR's fed directly from the AUX 12volt supply? 

Neither 12v or 0v wire is fed from any of the panel outputs?

Do the sensors operate correctly when you view them in engineer mode.  (Engineer utils....View zone status), do they go active and then back to secure reasonably quickly when you walk past them?

 

Your exit mode is definately TIMED? I.e the exit sound continues AFTER you shut the door behind you, couldn't be youve set 'Exit settle time' to zero and its arming when you shut the door? (with the pir's still active)

the same Aux supply feeds all the PIRs.

no outputs used.

I am currently refitting the problen PIRs back to what was before i gave up as the answers are more promising.

i need a little time to answer your other questions

need the profile so we can stop guessing at possible causes, according to the post above only changed the zone settings.

 

at 2.15am still not seen them. (dont worry havent been awake allnight waiting for them just checking in when I woke up).

Would you give me a little time to send pics i now have so many profiles that I need to ensure the correct ones are sent and I have to revert PIRs back to original fixings as the solutions seem more promising. Will also send A diag showing the placement of all relevant components.

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the same Aux supply feeds all the PIRs.

no outputs used.

I am currently refitting the problen PIRs back to what was before i gave up as the answers are more promising.

i need a little time to answer your other questions

Would you give me a little time to send pics i now have so many profiles that I need to ensure the correct ones are sent and I have to revert PIRs back to original fixings as the solutions seem more promising. Will also send A diag showing the placement of all relevant components.

 Truly I have just sent the pics and restored the PIRs
Appreciated thank you
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To all those who replied to my post thank you. I know that i did not reply to all of them but i needed to focus on one line of action which for a newbie was quite intensive.

The fault has been cleared now and for those interested enough i will report back after walk tests and part arm etc are completed.

i am not entirely clear why it became good however at the moment i would surmise that it was not a configuration reason, however i had configured it incorrectly and only because of indispensable generous technical assistance from Secureiam  is it now configured correctly.

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Update, he had changed a lot of settings without understanding there implications and just put things back to how they should be with the zones programed for the appropriate function and wiring type.

 

So the panel was arming in 10 seconds (instant), exit settle time was set to 10 seconds, rather than the 30 seconds programed for exit. if you hadn't exited within the exit settle time the panel was failing to arm, if leaving immediately after starting the arming process the alarm panel set.

 

Picked up by listening to the arming process over the phone. Not always easy to convey via forum or email.

 

Problem at that point was keypad having a different address than they thought and that keypad address had no area assigned (so trying to arm instantly), assigned keypad to area A and then it behaved as it needs to.

 

20 + plus zones wired up eol, given other posts on here don't sound so bad from a complete diyer.

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Whoopee!! I have a superb fully working Texecom system. I can recite the Texecom installation manual off by heart but I still do not understand how it works.

just a note about importing profiles from defaults or third parties.

If you have correctly addressed two keyboards to your panel and these addresses are working fine but are not default eg) Add1 and Add 3.

When importing a profile from defaults or third parties, then those addresses will be changed to Add1 and Add2 which would of course then be a mismatch.

This is something while simple in concept  may not be something which is picked up or checked  from the profile sender or the profile receiver.

I am still documenting my journey from faulty to good  installation and will post again when complete. This may help Newbies and their issues . ( I  am now an expert of course. LOL)

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