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The systems is working fine and no indications or warnings on the panels, but you can hear the siren at a low sound at all times. All the zones are working according to the panel and alarm monitoring company. When the zones are activated the sirens are working properly and the systems alerts the company as it should.

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The siren should not receive any power when in idle mode (non alarmed state). If you hear any noise, it receives some kind of low voltage. Is it powered straight from the panel or with external power supply and aux. relay? In any way - use a volt meter and measure across the sirens power terminals. If you have any voltage present check the source.

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Why doesn't it connect to sensors?


From your description, it seems that the transmitter section of SC-001 is working properly. What you have done to reinstall the system may not be thorough. And it is unclear whether the control panel is not responding to keychain transmitter or sensor or both.

I assume that you have followed the instructions in the manual to clear the zones. Simply unplugging the AC power and removing battery will not clear the zones. Note that sensors can be programmed into zones 1 to 4. Keychain transmitter can be programmed into zone 5 only. There is no LED indication for zone 5.

Secondly, follow the instructions to program the sensor or keychain transmitter to the control panel. The corresponding zone LED will be flashing during programming. There is sound indication as well for successful programming of the device.

If you do not program the sensor or keychain transmitter to the control panel after clearing the zones, the control panel will no longer respond to the device.

The dialer and siren is not cleared on the control panel. They can be cleared only from the dialer or siren itself.

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Find the beeping sound from low battery?


If your alarm panel is not indicating a problem with a zone, like "check" or trouble, probably not. There are many devices in our homes that can beep periodically (motions are not one of them). I recommend using a piece of tape to temporarily block the hole(s) where sound comes out 1 device at a time, removing the tape if it's not the right one, until you hear the sound become muffled. This is the problem device. Also look for other indicators, such as flashing lights, etc. Likely devices range from built-in smoke alarms, built-in or plug-in CO detectors, septic tank alarms, sump pump battery back-up systems, water softeners, UPS or surge protection power devices, etc. Hope this helps.

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You have most likely "bought a duffer" I have 30 years experience with alarms.

!. Remove the internal battery, power down the panel.
2. leave "dead" for 10 minutes.
3. reinstate the power, Mains first then refit battery (Make sure terminals are correct for each wire)
4. Retest.

If the above does not work give Lynteck a call on
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I have a Napco Gem-P800 Security System and the horn or horns have quit working. The manual says the horn output is 12vdc, checked voltage in alarm mode,but no 12vdc. The schematic shows a 2.2k resister...


First thing its not the resistor. The resistor is there only to make sure the siren wires are ok and not tampered with. Second found this in an install manual.

Bell Test

Enter this command to turn on the Bell, keypad

sounder and keypad LEDs for 2 seconds. The

battery is tested during a Bell Test, and automatically

every *24 hours to ensure proper battery

operation under load. The Alarm output

requires a battery in order to supply the specified

output. If the battery cannot sustain the load, a

low battery indication will be displayed. A battery

test is also performed on power-up after a 3
minute delay.

if the battery fails test replace it and try again.

Assuming no programming changes were made to the zone types that would diable the bell output. if this does not help, time for an upgrade. : ( GL

http://www.napcosecurity.com/images/panels/GEM-P800_WI850a_INST.pdf

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'02 Rendevous beeping randomly, no lights or trouble indicatiors on. Beeps when parked, beeps while driving, no rhyme or reason apparant. sometimes goes 10 or 15 minutes without beeping, other times beeps...


The audible warnings alert the driver of a system concern or a critical vehicle condition. The radio generates the audible warnings through the left front speaker. The radio receives audible warning requests via the class 2 serial data line from the IPC or body control module (BCM). If the radio receives multiple audible warning requests, the warning with the highest priority sounds first. The following lists the audible warning priority and the pulse rate:
Fast rate chime--200 pulses per minute
Medium rate chime--150 pulses per minute
Slow rate chime--50 pulses per minute
Single chime

Is the sound heard different from typical Audible Warnings ?

Fasten Safety Belt Warning
The radio activates the fasten safety belt audible warning as requested by the IPC. The IPC sends a class 2 message to the radio indicating the chime frequency, slow rate and duration (5 pulses). The fasten safety belt warning sounds and the fasten safety belt indicator illuminates when the following occurs:
• The ignition switch transitions to ON.
• The inflatable restraint sensing and diagnostic module (SDM) detects that the driver's seat belt is not buckled, signal is low. The IPC receives a class 2 message from the SDM indicating the driver's seat belt status.
If the seat belt is buckled when the ignition is turned on, the chime does not sound. If the seat belt is buckled while the chime is sounding, the chime stops. If the seat belt is unbuckled after the initial transition to ON, the chime does not sound.
Headlamps On Warning
The radio activates the headlamps on warning as requested by the body control module (BCM). The BCM sends a class 2 message to the radio indicating the chime frequency, fast rate and duration, continuous. The headlamps on warning sounds when the following occurs:
• The ignition is OFF.
• The BCM determines that the driver's door is open, signal is low.
• The BCM determines that the headlamp switch is in the park or head position.
Key-In-Ignition Warning
The radio activates the key-in-ignition audible warning as requested by the BCM. The BCM sends a class 2 message to the radio indicating the chime frequency, medium rate and duration, continuous. The key-in-ignition warning sounds when the following occurs:
• The ignition switch is OFF.
• The body control module (BCM) determines that the driver's door is open, signal is low.
• The BCM determines that the key-in-ignition switch is closed, signal is low.
Turn Signal Reminder
The radio activates the turn signal warning as requested by the IPC. The IPC sends a class 2 message to the radio indicating the chime frequency, medium rate and duration, continuous. The turn signal warning sounds when the following occurs:
• The ignition switch is in the RUN position.
• The turn signal switch is in either turn position, sensing, within 1 second, an open to B+ transition in the turn signal control circuit, left or right turn.
• The vehicle has traveled a distance of 1.2 km (¾ mi) by counting pulses on the vehicle speed input circuit.
The IPC turns OFF the turn signal reminder when either the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position, or the turn signal switch returns to the OFF position, sensing, within 1 second, no transitions from open to B+ in either of the turn signal control circuits, left turn or right turn.
Additional Chimes
The following chimes will turn ON when an associated indicator/message turns ON in the IPC/DIC:
• ABS indicator
• AWD Disable indicator
• Battery/Charge indicator
• Brake indicator
• Change Engine Oil indicator
• Door Ajar indicator
• Hot Coolant Temp indicator
• Low Brake Fluid indicator
• Low Fuel indicator
• Low Oil Level indicator
• Low Oil Pressure indicator
• Low Tire Pressure indicator/reset
• Low Washer Fluid indicator
• MIL (Service Engine Soon) indicator
• Oil Life Reset
• Park Lamp Out indicator
• Rear Hatch Ajar indicator
• Service Traction System indicator
• Service Vehicle Soon indicator
• TRAC OFF indicator
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For diagnosis of an indicator refer to Symptoms - Instrument Panel, Gages and Console .

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Item Part Number Description 1 — Instrument cluster 2 — Odometer reset shaft 3 — Air bag warning indicator 4 — RH turn signal indicator 5 — Charging system warning indicator 6 — Tachometer 7 — Low oil pressure warning indicator 8 — Brake system warning indicator 9 — Cruise control indicator 10 — Check fuel cap indicator 11 — Anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning indicator 12 — Check transmission indicator 13 — Odometer 14 — Transmission range selector indicator 15 — Trip odometer 16 — Theft indicator 17 — Low coolant indicator (if equipped) 18 — Safety belt warning indicator 19 — Low fuel warning indicator 20 — Fuel gauge 21 — Malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) 22 — Door ajar warning indicator 23 — Traction control indicator (if equipped) 24 — Engine coolant temperature gauge 25 — High beam indicator 26 — LH turn signal indicator 27 — Speedometer

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Only one of my my k-9 mundial keyless work the other seems fine but wont activate.


Try to reprogram the remotes to the alarm. Have your vehicle key and both remotes ready. The way to do this is as follows:

1. Turn ignition key to run position.
2. Within ten seconds push the valet button 5 times.
3. The siren will give a chirp, indicating that you are in programming mode.
4. Press the large button on the first remote. A chirp will be given as confirmation.
5. Press the large button on the second remote. A chirp will be given as confirmation.
6. Turn off ignition and remove key. Alarm will give long chirp indicating exiting program.
7. Try remotes. Both should be working.

For the next 48 hours, every time the vehicle is starting the siren will chirp indicating that remotes have been programmed. After 48 hours this feature will turn itself off. Also keep an eye on the alarm light as it will also blink the number of times as remotes are programmed every time the ignition is turn on.

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The sound you are hearing is a warning that the CPU is over heating.
Try cleaning the CPU fan & the heatsink the fan is connected too.
If you built the system did you add thermal grease between the heatsink & CPU?
It is also possible the thermal grease has dried up & is no longer allowing the heat from the CPU to transfer to the heatsink. It may be time to replace the heatsink assembly.
If your over clocking the CPU reset it to normal.

Luck!
Mike

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