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Awesome! Thank you very much for clearing that up!

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Gotcha!

On the manual panel, are the AUX + and Red + connected so it doesn't technically make a difference which is used to draw power?  So it's 700mA total regardless of which terminal is used?

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If the Red + terminal and the AUX + terminal are separate circuits, and the 1A rating is for the AUX + terminal, then what is the rating for the Red + terminal?

I always thought the AUX + and Red + were connected (same circuit) and just offered for convenience.

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I understand everything you said, except where it seems like you divide keypads between the power supply (non-essential) and the panel (essential).
How do you separate them when the R/B/Y/G wires are interconnected between the power supply and panel? Even if the PS goes down the keypads are still wired to the panel.

What am I'm missing?

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Thanks, it looks like either of those will work. However I looked at their specs and am unclear:

a) They are rated for 1A, is this in addition to the 700mA already available on the board? Or am I simply getting a 300mA addition?
b) Am I correct that the bell circuit is separate and in addition to the 700mA of the board?
c) Do I need it to be supervised if I'm using it only to power 4 keypads? I imagine if 1 or all of them go offline the main board will notice, or at least I will when I walk up to it.



Edit: All this time I thought the board was 750mA max... but I checked the specs again and it's 700mA!

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I've added up the published current draw on components connected and I'm well over 600mA, with plans to add more.

What are my options to increase the current capacity as I believe the maximum allowed on my board is 700mA?

Also, what happens if 700mA is exceeded - does it do irreversible damage, or simply trip a breaker temporarily?

Thanks.

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I wasn't aware of *4. That sounds like a likely culprit.

Thank you.

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PC1832 V4.60

All of a sudden, coming home from work yesterday I noticed the Door Chime sounds whenever a contact is opened.

What would cause this feature to activate itself?  I have not noticed any other anomalies but am concerned if it starts acting up.

I installed the system last year and have disabled this feature from day 1. Last time I entered the system was about 2 months ago. There have not been any power outages recently.

 
 

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OK I'll test it.
I have a full English keypad but never noticed that message. Then again I usually don't hang around it until the delay timer ends.

Thanks for the suggestion!

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Thank you for explaining that. If they're worth anything I'll try to sell or trade them for Powerseries stuff.

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PC1832

If I arm it as AWAY, the person staying home will trigger the motion sensors.

If I arm is as STAY, won't it automatically change to away when I open the door to exit?

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I recently acquired some Maxsys keypads LSD4501TZ and expander modules PC4116.

1) Would either of those work on my Powerseries PC1832 system?

2) If not, why not? This is more of a generic question - such as what makes a DSC system incompatible from another one?

3) Is Maxsys the precursor to Powerseries? Or is it in a different category (such as commercial only)?

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Thanks Mike - I tried to figure out your suggestion but can you point me in the right direction - what sections to focus on? I've never set up a PGM before.
I have a piezo buzzer.
Thanks.

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I did some reading on partitions and I'm hoping that is not my only solution - they seem tricky to globally arm and disarm.

Basically what I'm looking to accomplish is to have those certain 5 zones activate only a buzzer (not trigger an alarm signal) but only when the rest of the system is armed. At all other times those 5 zones are ignored (but it would still be nice to see their status on the display).

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PC1832

I have about 20 zones.

I want 15 zones to trigger the main bell, and the other 5 zones to trigger a 2nd bell (more like a little buzzer).

What is the best way to do this? I'm thinking of putting the 5 zones on a new partition, but how do I get them to trigger the buzzer and not the main bell?

Thanks.



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