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Hello I have my veritas security alarm ringing and it won't stop ringing after we put the reset code.something blew off while the electrician was fixing a fuse in the utility room


Looks like a blown fuse if you have pir detectors make sure that they are working, if not change the aux fuse in the control panel.(blown).Must be same type as original
Also check the power light on the main panel,or keypad.

Jan 02, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

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I have an installed PIR exterior motion sensing light, but no instructions on how to set the controls. Now, if it senses motion, it will stay on for hours.


the sensor has at least 2 knobs maybe 3. one show hands of a clock one show sun. one may show sensitivity. the adjustment is low to hi the wider the adjustment the greater the setting check out this picture on ebay for the icon.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Outdoor-12M-PIR12V-PIR85-265V-Security-PIR-Infrared-Motion-Sensor-Detector-GF-/292078238929?var=&hash=item4401383cd1:m:mRSg-Rlk4nJMZJH-BiKb2gQ


good luck

Oct 20, 2017 | The Home Security

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User manual for fl09sbk light


It appears this device is rate 10 amps at 230 volts = 2300 watts.
Use at least #14 wire and 15 amp breaker.
Connect wire at connection point on light.
Unit appears to have a transformer, and might make humming sound.
There is override located somewhere on unit. Possibly as a button on the motion sensor

If infrared motion detector requires separate wiring connection, then use following wiring illustration:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/How-to-wire-motion-sensor-230V.jpg

Motion sensor will probably have 2 settings.
1st setting for sensitivity, so it will not activate when cat walks up driveway.
2nd setting for time duration, selectable from 30 seconds to 7 minutes

ML FL09SBK IP44 36W Fluorescent PIR Floodlight c/w Lamp

IP44 Low Energy Floodlight c/w PIR & Override.
Black finish.
T4 twist and lock lampholder.
36 Watt 6500k T4 spiral compact fluorescent lamp included.
(replacement lamp - product code FL09L).
Electrical termination via 10 Amp connector block within secure enclosure c/w cord grip.
PIR detection range of 12 meters at 2 meter height from ground.
Detection arch of 160 degrees.
Time range 30 seconds to 7 minutes.
Manual override.

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/gene_9f0ef4df2f9897e7

Nov 12, 2012 | Woods Outdoor Lighting Timer

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Ademco motion detector false alarms


Aside from any sensitivity adjustments, after all a false alarm caused by falling objects, pets or juicy bugs is not a false alarm..it's an environmental mismatch of sensor to the area, some motion detector false alarms are caused by circuit faults, possibly during the install, where the wire terminals were turned too hard and twisted slightly and are not as solid as the manufacturer intended. This twisted terminal mount could cause false alarms when either the power circuit or the sensor circuit loses continuity. Intermittent power (caused by weak/loose/nicked/damaged wiring, a weak terminal on the board or power supply problems could cause annoying faults that are hard to trace. Diligence and a good eye to spot these problems and correct them will help you determine the cause of false alarms.

In the case of wireless devices, troubleshooting is usually limited to spotless battery contacts, good batteries and proper placement.

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I have a Bravo 3P pet immune PIR and it says on the connector that the contacts are normally closed. Unfortunately they are normally open. Is there something that I am missing? Even the specs on the...


To work properly, this unit has to have normally closed loop circuit. With power applied, and no motion in its sight, should measure 000 ohms (plus any resistor value in series). When activated..the contact should show infinite resistance(open).
You are only missing something if you're testing it with you in the the motion area.

Trash it otherwise.

Aug 20, 2011 | Bravo Sports Dsc Bravo 3p Pir Motion...

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How to change the battery on a DSC PIR? I have removed the cover but could not see where is the battery. Thanks


If it is the PIR that uses 4 AA batteries, they are behind the circuit board. Grasp the sides of the board and lift up and away from the detector housing. The batteries should be at the top. See manual at link:

http://www.smarthome.com/manuals/7510PIR.pdf

Mar 01, 2011 | DSC Home Security

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I have a Heath Zenith outdoor coach light model 4160. The motion detector switch failed after about 6 months. I don't want this problem again so please tell me how to bypass the motion detector so that the...


By pulling it apart and following the circuit path it should be fairly apparent how to 'bridge out' the faulty PIR sensor.
If it is not, or you are not sure, then (no offence), you really shouldn't be playing with it. Some units are transistor bypass and some are relay. Cheers

Feb 15, 2018 | Heath Zenith Electrical Supplies

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Wiring diagram 3 way motion detector switch I want the motion detector to be in the hot line box, and I want a regular 3 way to turn the light on from the load box. So far I can only get the motion...


Sorry, but you need one extra wire between the switches to wire "the opposite configuration" that you want :-(
That means going into the attic and pulling another cable :-( I can walk you through it if you are willing to do all that work.
The only other solution would be to purchase the commercial version of that motion switch, which would also require a sensor at _each_ switch location :-(

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