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I have a 1832 panel with an 8 zone expander. I'm thinking of using pgm3 as a battery test option 026, but the info is sketchy at best. The output is rated at 50ma, so I'm assuming I'll need to use a 12V relay to switch a 20 ohm resistor, maybe across the battery. Output energizes at midnight system time. Does anyone have any experience with this feature?
Thanks, John.
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Try removing the 5204 from the keybus, 902 / 903, and check to see if the trouble clears (which it should).  Then reconnect the 5204 and 902 / 903 again to re-enroll it and see if the trouble comes back.
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Yes, there is a jumper between TAM and BLK. I pulled it and reinstalled for good measure.
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Alarm Installers Tips and Tricks / Re: question about Vista 20p zone expansion
« Last post by aznative on March 19, 2019, 12:21:22 PM »
I think I found it.  The panel is in an unlighted hall closet.  The hall light is my only light source.  I'm on medicare and my eyes are not what they use to be.   I doubled checked dip switches before getting to this point three days ago. I checked again this morning and I had dip sw 8 off or tamper enabled.  It is hard for me to tilt my head to see through the bottom of my progressive lens where the panel is located.  I had good eyes 30 years ago when I installed the Moose Z1100.  I will now add the other keypads one at a time to the data buss.
Thanks for the help so far.
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Do you have a jumper on the 5204 between tam and blk ?
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Alarm Installers Tips and Tricks / Re: question about Vista 20p zone expansion
« Last post by aznative on March 18, 2019, 06:57:30 PM »
I took everything off the data buss and and removed the 4229 power.  I did leave one 6160rf, and it still gives the trouble code!!  I hope I don't have to *97 this panel and start over.

Please help
THank you
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Alarm Installers Tips and Tricks / Re: question about Vista 20p zone expansion
« Last post by aznative on March 18, 2019, 05:52:16 PM »
I found this on this forum:

http://www.shieldlab.com/forum/index.php?topic=9892.0

I check the voltages and all of them matched the voltages in this link.  I also check with the four wires with an Ohm meter between the main panel and the expansion module.  Bad expansion module?  But why is the error code continuing even when the expansion module is disconnected?????       How do I clear it???
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Alarm Installers Tips and Tricks / Re: question about Vista 20p zone expansion
« Last post by aznative on March 18, 2019, 05:20:37 PM »
Something else I would like to add is that when I installed the 4229 board, I didn't use the plastic case the board comes in due to lack of room.  I used two screw holes with #6 screws along the top not tightened down too much and double back tape on the bottom.  The back side of the board is not touching the metal case.  I put two .125" thick nylon washers per screw to hold the back side off 1/4".  I also used four layers of double backed tape.   Can double back tape conduct enough electricity to cause issues? 
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i want to add the time pushes through to the screen just fine and if i arm or disarm from the other keypad the status will change on this one. i just cant do anything from the touch screen without it saying system busy

any suggestions are appreciated
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Thanks Mike - Here my feedback:

Light [3] - General System Trouble. This trouble will be present if the PC5204 Power Supply module has an AUX
failure, PC5204 Output #1 Trouble, or a printer connected to the PC5400 Printer module has a fault (off-line).

No Printer Installed

If Output #1 is unused: Ensure that terminals O1, AUX are jumpered with 1K resistor (Brown, Black, Red)

Output #1 is jumpered with said resistor
Output #2 is connected to strobe light (which is working)

If Output #1 is used: Disconnect wire leads from O1, AUX terminals, measure the resistance of the wire leads - Open circuit indicates a break in the wiring
I swapped with ne resistor

Verify voltage measured across AC input terminals is 16-18VAC.
Voltage is 16.8VAC

Disconnect all connections to PC5204 AUX terminal. - Verify AUX voltage is 13.70 - 13.80 VDC.
Voltage is 13.7VDC

Both batteries check out at 12+ volts while disconnected

The new Escort 5580 is a 5580TC verses the 5580 that had a popped diode on it.

I disconnected the 5580 and ran 902 and the yellow light stays on.
I disconnected the intercom module, ran 902 and still have the yellow light

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