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Help with programming Scantronic alarm please.

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Hi, i have a Scantronic 4700 alarm which i have had for many years. I have had to restart the system which involves reprogramming the zones. I am having problems with understanding option No7. I did it before but cannot remember how. Can anyone advise please, i have wasted too much time on it. All of the other programming understandable, 7 isn't.
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It's a table of options you switch on and off.

So toggle 7 on or off then refer to the appropriate tables for keys 8 and 9

Default 7/8/9 option is Normal night Circuit so it depends what you want.

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Thank you for your reply. So what keys would you hit to make Zone 2 an entry route. I have tried 2 enter 708091 without success. What should it be?

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19 hours ago, Lou said:

Thank you for your reply. So what keys would you hit to make Zone 2 an entry route. I have tried 2 enter 708091 without success. What should it be?

 

I'd go 2 ent 7 ent 0 8,9 then probably ent

 

but its been more than 20 years since I've touched one,

 

good luck, but it really belongs in a skip....


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6 minutes ago, sixwheeledbeast said:

Zone 2 - 7=0 8=0 9=1

 

ent ?


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