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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The system is working as designed. If you arm both doors/windows and motions, but you DON'T exit the premises during the exit delay, the system will "downgrade" its arming to doors/windows only. The assumption is that you haven't actually left the premises and are at risk of creating fale alarms. This behavior can be disabled in System Configuration (though it may require the dealer access code to do it).
Try opening and closing a sensored external door (even if you don't go outside) during the delay after arming doors+motion and see if the motions don't stay active.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
SOURCE: What resistor is required?
The 4.7k ohm resistor (1/4 watt is fine) is only needed if you want the siren to be supervised (i.e., the alarm to go off if someone cuts the wires). If the siren is inside your premises (i.e., in the house or the garage) and therefore unlikely to be attacked, you don't need the resistor. (Hardware supervision is disabled by default on the Simon XT, so if you do wire the resistor, it won't do you any good unless you enable hardware supervision in System Configuration.)
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
try learming the sensor in by removing the back and actavation the tamper switch of the unit. also make sure that the unit is not already learned into the unit and if all else falil default the panel and start over.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
If your system is monitored call the central station first and tell them you are working on it. Then push down on release tab in top center to fold down the front face. Nest step is to use a small flat blade screw driver to push in and release the tab again in the top center and the unit will fold down towards you, hold on to it and you will see the battery compartment. Follow the red and black wires to the battery. Some units have a plastic lid over the battery that requires you to remove to small phillips screws to remove battery.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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