Question about Home Security
I need to programme the alarm panel so I can switch off the power without the alarm sounding
If you are disarmed, you should only get a trouble signal when you remove AC power, This should clear when power is re-established. The tamper is a switch inside the panel that trips when the door is opened. This too should be only a trouble if the panel is not armed. (Unless the tamper is programmed for instant alarm like a panic or fire alarm input.) Check your manual for the programming instructions for bypassing or disabling the tamper. Another thing you can do is disconnect the backup battery before removing the AC power, this will stop any alarms, but you should notify your monitoring company first.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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