Question about DSC Power Supervision Relay For Smoke And Co Sensors
Great systems... Updatable, configurable...
even repairable... 832 is a "mature" system...
and the codes you get are not particularly helpful
if you don't have the ALARMS mapped.
There should be a map... (don't worry)
"-Lid" most likely is NOT the device you
are working on... Your ALARM condition
is FIRST on the warning list...
If you were given INSTALL notes with your system
you can use those... (instruction at bottom).
A simple area motion detector might also need a battery...
GLASS BREAK, SMOKE, HEAT, WATER... hard wired window devices...
(I'm guessing)... but FOR A FACT any device could
be mounted several ways... but control boxes
(at least in MY DAY had door & panel "TAMPERS")).
You obviously have a control panel
(you are getting system status "remarks)
It has been a long time since I have been around a DSC 832.
They are quite an excellent... and versatile security platform.
Lots of options and opportunities.
FIRST thing you will want to do is to inventory the system
to determine how many and what you are "monitoring..."
DSC PC5010 V2 0 Important Notice Page 4
Do look at this PDF ... (notice).
There are several manuals available
but before anyone can SERIOUSLY help you...
you need to walk the system and find all your devices.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The CTD system commands the instrument cluster to control the telltale only when the ignition switch is OFF. The CTD system uses the telltale to identify system status.
Telltale FLASHING -- The system is in standby mode. The system is not ready to arm (a door is open).
Telltale ON STEADY -- The system is in delay mode. The system is ready to arm and is executing a time delay of 15 seconds before turning the lamp OFF and transitioning to armed mode.
Telltale OFF -- The system may or may not be armed.
Body Control Module (BCM) The body control module (BCM) monitors several inputs in order to arm and disarm the CTD system. The BCM controls the alarm function outputs. When the BCM detects an unauthorized entry (any door opened), the BCM applies ground to the horn, the park lamp and the headlamp relays. The BCM will send messages to the security telltale in the instrument cluster through the Class 2 serial data link. The BCM has the following 8 basic modes for operating the CTD system. The more detailed descriptions are below.
Arm initiated state
Arm delay state
The BCM has the following 6 discrete inputs in order to monitor the CTD system:
Driver door latch (door jamb) switch
Passenger door latch (door jamb) switch
Door lock relay
Door key switch
Passenger door unlock relay
The BCM applies ground once per second for approximately 2 minutes, or until a valid input to disarm the system is received by the BCM.
Check the door lock relay !
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