Question about DSC Power Supervision Relay For Smoke And Co Sensors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First of all go to your security box.Now you will have to find where all the sensors conect to the panell.These area's on the board are called zones such as zone 1 zone 2 and so forth.Chech and make sure no wires have came loose from the screw termanils also make sure their is no corrision (good contacts are key).If this doesent work you will need a magnet find out which zone you are having trouble with such as front door back door window ect.Now their are two different sensers one is a flush mounted senser this will look like a little box on the frame of what ever it is securing.The other one will be a inset one this will be harder to find.It will be inside the frame of what ever it is securing.In any case you wil need to run the magnet over this device and see if the panel will reset.If this hapens then you know that their is something wrong with the orig. magnet.(When you shut the door or window the orig. magnet will align with the senser).Some times the distance between the senser and the magnet will effect the senser.If the senser is a flush mounted senser then their will be some wires you can acess to see if they are making contact.
((((( I DO NOT RECOMENT THIS ONE. IF YOU TRY THIS ONE YOU WILL NOT BE PROTECTING THIS ZONE AND SOMEONE CAN NOW BREAK IN )))))The next thing to try is to simply look on the panel door and read where it says which resistor it needs and where it goes on the panel in relationship to the correct zone buy the resistor and install it in the panel.
((((( I DO NOT RECOMEND THIS ONE. IF YOU TRY THIS ONE YOU WILL NOT BE PROTECTING THIS ZONE AND SOMEONE CAN NOW BREAK IN)))))The next thing to try is the zone bypass.The instructions on how to do this should be on the back of the key pad door.
The next thing to try is to look in the senser to see if it has a battery.Some sensers have a battery and they need to be replaced from time to time.Now I have been asuming that this is a senser on a door or a window but their are other sensors that are optional on this panel as well.Check all wires on these batterys and make sure all outer housings are securly on the sensors.
If none of this works then you probably either have something wrong with the wireing or the panel its self is faulty.If so contact a security technician.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
An "alarm Memory" indicates that a zone was activated the last time the system was armed. To view what zone caused the problem press the * key (star) + the 3 key. To reset the memory simply arm the system and disarm. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks for your help, however the system fails to arm, and tells me to secure before arming."
SOURCE: My ADT Power Series 433MHz
The beeping signals the loss of connection between the main unit and monitoring station - at a regular interval the unit tries to report its status to the monitoring center; when that fails it triggers the error light and the beeping.
Since you have canceled the previous account you will have to reprogram the unit to work as a stand-alone unit so you will need the Installer Code to make the required programming changes - assuming that the previous company hasn't locked the board. If it has then a full reprogram or even a complete replacement of the central unit might be necessary. In either case this is a job for a certified service man, all you can do is to unplug it till one comes to your house.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
Since you do not have the code you have 3 basic options:
Posted on Dec 30, 2011
SOURCE: DSC Alarm system
It could be the battery in the main box or the power adapter for that box. First make sure that wall adapter is plugged in and that that outlet has power ( plug something else, like a lamp, in.) If the outlet is good and the adapter was plugged in properly you will need a multimeter to check the battery or adapter or you could just try a new battery.
Posted on Jul 12, 2012
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1987-97 VEHICLES EXCEPT 1997 MODELS WITH 16-PIN DLC
See Figures 1 and 2
Listings of the trouble for the various engine control system covered in this manual are located in this section. Remember that a code only points to the faulty circuit, NOT necessarily to a faulty component. Loose, damaged or corroded connections may contribute to a fault code on a circuit when the sensor or component is operating properly. Be sure that the components are faulty before replacing them, especially the expensive ones.
Fig. Fig. 1: ALDL/DLC terminal identification for 1987-97 vehicles, except 1997 models with a 16-pin DLC
The Assembly Line Diagnostic Link (ALDL) or Data Link Connector (DLC) may be located under the dashboard, and is sometimes covered with a plastic cover labeled DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR.
Fig. Fig. 2: Engine diagnostic trouble codes - 1987-93 vehicles, and 1994 vehicles with a 12-pin DLC connector
Fig. Fig. 3: DLC terminal identification for 1994 vehicles with a 16-pin DLC, as well as all 1995-99 models
On 1994-95 3.4L and 3.8L engines, and all 1996 models, an OBD-II compliant scan tool must be used to retrieve the trouble codes. Follow the scan tool manufacturer's instructions on how to connect the scan tool to the vehicle and how to retrieve the codes.
Fig. Fig. 7: Engine diagnostic trouble codes (4 of 4) - 1994 vehicles with a 16-pin DLC and all 1995-99 vehicles
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