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Author Topic: Restarting config of a psc1832 with pk5501 keypads  (Read 103 times)

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Restarting config of a psc1832 with pk5501 keypads
« on: January 02, 2019, 09:12:07 PM »
I needed the installer code, had to jump and restart.  I ordered a internet module, so I needed to fix everything on my system before getting it to work.

I have 13 zone wich there is one that is connected to my second key pad.  I want to know how to add the zone for that keypad connected.  I did the 902 and 903 commands, I tough it was working because it was showing me (on the 903) 1,2,9.. and 9 im not sure but I think it is my keypad zone.

I run a pk5501 keypad with a psc1832

Thanks for the help,
-Eric

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Re: Restarting config of a psc1832 with pk5501 keypads
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2019, 10:09:52 PM »
The 9 is probably your PC5108 zone expander.

So you did the jumper default?  You'll need to assign all your zones to partition 1.  By default, they should be (at least 1-16).  Make sure the zone number for the keypad zone is also assigned to partition 1.

You'll need to know the address of the keypad that has the zone connected to the Z terminal (1 or 2, in your case).  If you don't know, exit programming, go to that keypad, go into programming (*8, installer code), then 000 0.  Read the two digits it gives back.  The first digit is the partition, which should be 1.  Scroll to the next digit, it will be either 1 or 2.  ## to exit.

Programming section [020] assigns the zone numbers for the zone inputs on keypads 1 through 8, starting with keypad #1.  Go into 020, if the keypad with the zone connected is keypad #1, put in the 3-digit zone number you want it to be assigned to.  If it's not keypad 1, enter 000, then it will move to keypad #2, enter the 3-digit number here and press ##.

Make sure also that the zone is assigned a type in section [001] or [002]
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Re: Restarting config of a psc1832 with pk5501 keypads
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2019, 08:48:59 PM »
Very helpful, I got one last question, *2 if for alarm but how do I erase them?

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Re: Restarting config of a psc1832 with pk5501 keypads
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2019, 10:41:38 PM »
*2 views the system troubles.  *3 views the alarm memory.   Troubles will stay until the problem is corrected.  Alarm memory is cleared by arming and disarming the system again.
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