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Pyronix Enforcer bellbox, comfort strobe?

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Hello, I'm sure it is possible but am struggling to find out how to do it. 

I would like the bellbox to display a form of flashing LED when armed.  I would be grateful for any support or guidance with this.

Thank you

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EN50131 says there should be no visible indication to show that an alarm system is armed, so I would think it highly unlikely that it is in the programming of any system, even Pyronix 

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The comfort LEDS are either enabled or disabled and that’s it. There is no input to trigger them. The status is determined by a link on the siren pcb.

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Are you looking for the strobe to give you conformation of setting /unset coopers panels can give you a 3 strobe flash on both so might be in setting progg


www.AllanMoncrieffAlarms.com

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19 hours ago, Gav1978 said:

Hello, I'm sure it is possible but am struggling to find out how to do it. 

I would like the bellbox to display a form of flashing LED when armed.  I would be grateful for any support or guidance with this.

Thank you

Or your basically using a wireless bellbox and it has no flashing LEDs in general 

 

Only option is to put in a wired bell

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40 minutes ago, al-yeti said:

Or your basically using a wireless bellbox and it has no flashing LEDs in general 

 

Only option is to put in a wired bell

 

The Pyronix wireless bell box has the option to enable/disable ‘comfort’ flashing LED’s.

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1 hour ago, Amps said:

 

The Pyronix wireless bell box has the option to enable/disable ‘comfort’ flashing LED’s.

Battery's last long? 

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1 hour ago, al-yeti said:

Battery's last long? 

 

Dunno. 

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46 minutes ago, Amps said:

 

Dunno. 

Ah ok, was going to compare with hkc, they have additional battery pack gives you 24-36 months approx depending on flash rate , otherwise single normal pack will give you 6months

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3 hours ago, al-yeti said:

Battery's last long? 

About 3 years depending on how often the siren is activated.

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45 minutes ago, petrolhead said:

About 3 years depending on how often the siren is activated.

Comfort lights on constantly not siren activations 

 

Stop sniffing petrol

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Thank you for your replies.  

Yes, mine is a wireless bellbox.  I just wanted the box to show some form of illumination so that it doesn't look like a dummy box.

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17 minutes ago, Gav1978 said:

Thank you for your replies.  

Yes, mine is a wireless bellbox.  I just wanted the box to show some form of illumination so that it doesn't look like a dummy box.

So as above you can switch them in via menu but assume you will need an extra battery pack for it to last 

 

Last one I was called to, i wired a bell instead and stuck the wireless box in the outhouse instead 

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23 hours ago, al-yeti said:

Comfort lights on constantly not siren activations 

 

Stop sniffing petrol

Thats with the comfort lights on ya fud i was answering the question.

It isnt activated via the menu its jumpers.

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7 hours ago, Gav1978 said:

 I just wanted the box to show some form of illumination so that it doesn't look like a dummy box.

 

2 hours ago, petrolhead said:

Thats with the comfort lights on ya chancer i was answering the question.

It isnt activated via the menu its jumpers.

Fixed

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