Emergency Networks Inc alarm

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Old 07-16-04, 05:13 PM
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Emergency Networks Inc alarm

Hi all,

My first post in DIY! I am embarking on a minor project: to repair or replace a geriatric alarm system that came with our 30+ year old home. It's an Emergency Networks Inc. EN200 panel and keypad. It's a 12 volt system and all the door sensors and a motion detector are working in the "walk by" mode, but we never have known the code, so I think that replacing panel and keypad are the best way to go. Am I on the right track? Just out of curiosity, has anyone heard of Emergency Networks? I suspect that they're a company that went broke or merged with a competitor sometimes in the 90s (from the scant info I found Googling).

Cheers,

Gerry.
 
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Old 07-16-04, 05:30 PM
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Hello Gerry,

Welcome to the forums!

Sounds like you're on the right track - from what I remember, the EN200 system is actually a DSC 2550 or 2530 system. I do have some information on it that you may find interesting (see below). Looks like you may be able to do a little something with that panel though. It's really up to you.

Post back and let us know how it goes, or if you have any other questions.

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<b>Programming</b>
Enter Program * 8 2500 or 2530 (Lights should start flashing)

Exit Program #

Move to location Enter 2-digit location

Default Panel Short "EEPROM RESET" pins on board, power up. Can't be locked out

Hex Program A = * 1 *, B = * 2 *, C = * 3 *, D = * 4 *, E = * 5 *, F = * 6 *

4/2 Signals Click HERE for List of what below programming will report


[01] Receiver Phone 1 (15 Digits Maximum)
I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I

* 2 * = HEX B - to dial *
* 3 * = HEX C - Insert a 4-second pause
* 4 * = HEX D - Wait for Dial-Tone
* 5 * = HEX E - to dial #


[02] Account Number1
I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I
Note: Any 0 must be entered as *1* 00 is *11*

[03] Receiver Phone 2 (15 Digits Maximum)
I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I

[04] Account Number 2
I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I

[05] Zone Alarm Report Codes 1 to 8

I _3 _I _1 _I Zone 1 Alarm I _3 _I _5 _I Zone 5 Alarm
I _3 _I _2 _I Zone 2 Alarm I _3 _I _6 _I Zone 6 Alarm
I _3 _I _3 _I Zone 3 Alarm I _3 _I _7 _I Zone 7 Alarm
I _3 _I _4 _I Zone 4 Alarm I _3 _I _8 _I Zone 8 Alarm

[06] Zone Restoral Report Codes 1 to 8
I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 1 Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 5 Restoral
I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 2 Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 6 Restoral
I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 3 Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 7 Restoral

I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 4 Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Zone 8 Restoral

[07] Utility Alarm Report Codes
I _1 _I _6 _I Fire Zone Alarm I _0 _I _0 _I Foil Zone Trouble
I _0 _I _0 _I Aux Input Zone Alarm I _0 _I _0 _I Bell Circuit Trouble

I _0 _I _0 _I Battery Trouble I _7 _I _6 _I Fire Zone Trouble
I _7 _I _9 _I AC Failure Trouble I _0 _I _0 _I Aux Power Supply Trouble

Low Battery report removed due to tendency for runaway signals

[08] Utility Restoral Report Codes
I _0 _I _0 _I Fire Zone Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Foil Zone Restoral
I _0 _I _0 _I Aux Input Zone Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Bell Circuit Restoral
I _0 _I _0 _I Battery Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Fire Zone Trouble Restoral

I _0 _I _0 _I AC Fail Trouble Restoral I _0 _I _0 _I Aux Power Supply Trouble

[09] Closing (Arming) Report Codes 1 to 8 (If Closing required use 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 00)
I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 1 I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 5
I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 2 I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 6

I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 3 I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 7
I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 4 I _2 _I _6 _I Access Code 8 (Duress)

[10] Opening (Disarming Report Codes 1 to 8 (If Opening required use 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 26)
I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 1 I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 5

I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 2 I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 6
I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 3 I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 7
I _0 _I _0 _I Access Code 4 I _2 _I _6 _I Access Code 8 (Duress)

[11] Miscellaneous Report Codes

I _0 _I _0 _I Partial Closing I _0 _I _0 _I Keypad Police Panic Restoral
I _2 _I _9 _I Keypad Police Panic I _0 _I _0 _I Keypad Fire Panic Restoral
I _1 _I _9 _I Keypad Fire Panic I _0 _I _0 _I Keypad Medical Panic Restoral

I _4 _I _9 _I Keypad Medical Panic I _0 _I _0 _I Periodic Test Transmission

[12] Zone Definitions for Zones 1 to 8
I _ _I _ _I Zone 1 00 = Delay
I _ _I _ _I Zone 2 01 = Instant
I _ _I _ _I Zone 3 02 = Standard Motion
I _ _I _ _I Zone 4 03 = Motion Home/Away (Auto Bypass)

I _ _I _ _I Zone 5 04 = Audible 24 hr Panic (Hardwire Panics)
I _ _I _ _I Zone 6 07 = 2x Delay
I _ _I _ _I Zone 7 08 = Fire
I _ _I _ _I Zone 8 14 = Silent 24 hr Panic (Holdup Buttons)


[13] 1st System Option Code (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Option ON OFF

OFF I OFF_I 1 Communication Disabled Communication Enabled
OFF I OFF_I 2 Restorals on Bell Time out Disabled
OFF I OFF_I 3 Alarm Display while Armed Alarms Not Displayed while Armed
OFF I OFF_I 4 DTMF Dialing Pulse Dialing
OFF I _I 5 Normally Closed Loops EOL Resistors Loops
OFF I OFF_I 6 Keypad Panic Audible Silent

ON I _ON _I 7 Call 1st Phone Only Backup to 2nd Phone
OFF I OFF_I 8 8th Code Maids Code Normal Code

[14] 2nd System Option Code (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Default Option ON OFF

OFF I OFF_I 1 50 Hz AC Power 60 Hz AC Power

OFF I OFF_I 2 Master Code not Changeable Master Code Changable
OFF I OFF_I 3 Bell Squawk Enabled Bell Squawk Disabled
OFF I OFF_I 4 PC16 Module Outputs Enabled PC16 Module Outputs Disabled
OFF I OFF_I 5 TLM Silent TLM Audible when Armed

OFF I OFF_I 6 1400 Hz Radionics 2300 Hz Radionics
OFF I OFF_I 7 TLM Disabled TLM Enabled
OFF I OFF_I 8 Code Required for Bypass Code not Required

[15] Zones 1 to 8 Bypass Mask (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Default Option ON OFF

ON I _ON _I 1 Zone 1 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable
ON I _ON _I 2 Zone 2 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable
ON I _ON _I 3 Zone 3 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable
ON I _ON _I 4 Zone 4 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable
ON I _ON _I 5 Zone 5 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable
ON I _ON _I 6 Zone 6 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable

ON I _ON _I 7 Zone 7 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable
ON I _ON _I 8 Zone 8 Bypass Enable Bypass Disable

[16] System Times
Default

30 I _3 _I _0 _I Entry Delay (00 to 99 seconds)
60 I _6 _I _0 _I Exit Delay (00 to 99 seconds)
04 I _0 _I _4 _I Bell Cutoff (00 to 99 minutes)
60 I _6 _I _0 _I AC Fail Transmission (00 to 99 minutes)
75 I _7 _I _5 _I Loop Response (00 to 99 ms.)
30 I _3 _I _0 _I Test Transmission Cycle (00 to 99 days)

[17] System Clock Times
Default
9999 I _9 _I _9 _I _9 _I _9 _I Automatic Arming Time of Day
9999 I _9 _I _9 _I _9 _I _9 _I Test Transmission Time of Day

[18] Installer Code
Default

2500 I _2 _I _5 _I _0 _I _0 _I (Also try 2530)

[19] Master Code
Default
1234 I _ _I _ _I _ _I _ _I

[20] For Future Use

[21] Communication Format (Any Underlined format will work)
Default
1 I _1 _I 1st Telephone Number
1 I _1 _I 2nd Telephone Number


[0] Silent Knight/Ademco slow, 10 BPS (1400 Hz handshake) 3/1, 4/1, 4/2 non-ext

[1] Sescoa, Franklin, DCI, Vertex, 20 BPS (2300 Hz handshake) 3/1, 4/1, 4/2 non ext

[2] Silent Knight fast, 20 BPS (1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 and 4/2 non extended

[3] Radionics, (2300/1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 and 4/2 non extended

[4] Radionics, (2300/1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 and 4/2 non extended with parity

[5] Not used

[6] Not used.

[7] For future use

[8] Silent Knight/Ademco slow, 10 BPS (1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 extended

[9] Sescoa, Franklin, DCI, Vertex, 20 BPS (2300 Hz handshake) 3/1 extended

[A] Silent Knight fast, 20 BPS (1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 extended

[B] Radionics, (2300/1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 extended

[C] Radionics, (2300/1400 Hz handshake) 3/1 extended with parity

[D] For future use

[22] PGM Output

Default

22 I _1 _I _8 _I

1st Digit = Auxiliary Input Zone 2nd Digit = Programmable Output

0 = Future Use 0 = Not Used
1 = Silent 24 Hour Input 1 = Ground Start Pulse
2 = Audible 24 Hour Input 2 = Utility Output no Access Code
3 = Momentary Key Arming 3 = Utility Output any Access Code

4 = Utility Output Group A Access Code
5 = Utility Output Group B Access Code
6 = Keypad Buzzer Follow Mode
7 = System Status (Arm/Disarm) Output
(* 4 Resets Smoke) -->> 8 = Strobe Output (Latched Alarm Output)
9 = Failure to Communicate Output
A = For Future Use
B = Output from Keypad Loop

[23] Zone Group A Assignment (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Default

ON I _ON _I Zone 1 If Zone light ON that Access Code is assigned Group A

ON I _ON _I Zone 2
ON I _ON _I Zone 3
ON I _ON _I Zone 4
ON I _ON _I Zone 5
ON I _ON _I Zone 6
ON I _ON _I Zone 7
ON I _ON _I Zone 8


[24] Zone Group B Assignment (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Default

ON I _ON _I Zone 1 If Zone light ON that Access Code is assigned Group B
ON I _ON _I Zone 2 If Zone light is on in both 25 and 26 that code is common
ON I _ON _I Zone 3 to both sides and will arm or disarm the entire system

ON I _ON _I Zone 4
ON I _ON _I Zone 5
ON I _ON _I Zone 6
ON I _ON _I Zone 7
ON I _ON _I Zone 8

[25] Access Code Group A Assignment (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Default

ON I _ON _I Zone 1 If Zone light ON that Access Code is assigned Group A

ON I _ON _I Zone 2
ON I _ON _I Zone 3
ON I _ON _I Zone 4
ON I _ON _I Zone 5
ON I _ON _I Zone 6
ON I _ON _I Zone 7
ON I _ON _I Zone 8


[26] Access Code Group B Assignment (Toggle Options ON/OFF, Press # to Exit)

Default

ON I _ON _I Zone 1 If Zone light ON that Access Code is assigned Group B
ON I _ON _I Zone 2 If Zone light is on in both 25 and 26 that code is common
ON I _ON _I Zone 3 to both sides and will arm or disarm the entire system

ON I _ON _I Zone 4
ON I _ON _I Zone 5
ON I _ON _I Zone 6
ON I _ON _I Zone 7
ON I _ON _I Zone 8

[27] Communicator Call Direction

Default

1 I _ 1 _I Zone Group A Alarms and Restorals 0 = No Transmissions (Disabled)
1 I _ 1 _I Zone Group B Alarms and Restorals 1 = Call 1st Phone, Backup to 2nd
1 I _ 1 _I Access Codes Group A Openings/Closings 2 = Call 2nd Phone Only
1 I _ 1 _I Access Codes Group B Openings/Closings 3 = Always Call Both Number
1 I _1 _I Priority Alarms and Restorals

1 I _1 _I Maintenance Alarms and Restorals

[28] Reset To Factory Defaults (USE ONLY IF ERASING PROGRAMMING)

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<b>Basics</b>
Zones 8 Hardwired, one seperate Fire Zone

Battery 12 volt rechargeable Gel-Cell inside main panel

Wireless No

Downloadable No

Panic Buttons Police, Fire and Medical

Arm Enter User Code


Disarm Enter User Code (Press # if any mistake is made)

Silence Alarm Enter User Code, Press # to stop keypad flashing
(MEMORY will turn on in event of alarm, Arm then Disarm to turn off)

Instant Arm * 9 + User Code (ARMED light will begin flashing)

Quick-Arm * 0 (Enable/disable with * 6 + Master Code + 4 + #)

Bypass 1. Press * 1 (BYPASS Light should begin flashing)
2. Press Zone to bypass (1 to 8), zone light should turn on

3. Press # to exit
(If this does not work try * 1 + Master Code + (1 to 8) + # )

Reset Smoke * 4 (If this does NOT reset smoke set for service, smoke is bad)

Door Chimes * 6 + Master Code + 6 + # (3 beeps = Enabled, long tone = Disabled)

Alarm Memory * 3, last alarm will show, press # to exit

Siren Test * 6 + Master Code + 8, press # to exit

System Clock * 6 + Master Code + 1 and enter time (example: 1300 for 1PM)

AutoArm/Disarm (PC2530/EN200 Only)
Set Panel Clock - *6 + Master Code + 1 + 4-digit Military Time
Enable Auto-Arm - *6 + Master Code + 5
Enable Auto-Disarm - *6 + Master Code + 6
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<b>Codes</b>
Master Code User 1
Secondary Codes User 2 to 7
Duress Code User 8


Add Code 1. Press * 5 + Master Code (READY/ARMED/TROUBLE will flash)
2. Enter User (1 to 8) (Zone light will begin flashing)
3. Enter new 4-digit User Code (Zone light stops flashing and turns ON)
4. Press # to exit

Delete Code 1. Press * 5 + Master Code (READY/ARMED/TROUBLE will flash)
2. Enter User (2 to 8) (Zone light will begin flashing)
3. Press **** (Zone light should turn OFF)
4. Press # to exit
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<b>Troubles</b>
View Trouble Press * 2 and zone light will turn on showing trouble

Zone Light 1 = Panel Low Battery
Zone Light 2 = AC Failure
Zone Light 3 = Day Loop Trouble
Zone Light 4 = Telephone Line Failure (only if Phone line Monitoring is enabled)
Zone Light 5 = Failure to Communicate
Zone Light 6 = Bell/Horn Fuse Failure
Zone Light 7 = Smoke Detector Trouble (must power down system)
Zone Light 8 = System Clock
To set time - * 6, Master Code, 1 then 4 digits (Military Time)

If no lights show system needs service
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Good luck!
 
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Old 07-16-04, 07:11 PM
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Originally Posted by SafeWatch
Hello Gerry,

<b>Troubles</b>
View Trouble Press * 2 and zone light will turn on showing trouble

Zone Light 1 = Panel Low Battery
Zone Light 2 = AC Failure
Zone Light 3 = Day Loop Trouble
Zone Light 4 = Telephone Line Failure (only if Phone line Monitoring is enabled)
Zone Light 5 = Failure to Communicate
Zone Light 6 = Bell/Horn Fuse Failure
Zone Light 7 = Smoke Detector Trouble (must power down system)
Zone Light 8 = System Clock
To set time - * 6, Master Code, 1 then 4 digits (Military Time)

If no lights show system needs service
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Good luck!
Thanks so much! Just this part is worth a lot. I know now that the battery is shot, which is probably resulting in failure to communicate, and something wrong with my horn fuse. Probably burned. The inside of the case smells like a burning resistor or something.
 
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Old 07-27-04, 04:56 AM
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How do you reset EN 1550 ?

I have an Emergency Networks Inc 1550 that I want to reset to be able to use. I think this maybe the same as the DSC 1550. Every time there is a power outage it does some thing - now it won't stop beeping when doors are opened and closed. Without a master code I can't turn it off. Tried 1234, 1550, 1500.

1. How do you reset the Master Code?
2. How do you remove AC power to turn it off?

Thanks,
Rick
 

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Old 07-27-04, 06:05 PM
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Hello Rick,
Yep, you're right about the EN1550 being the same as a DSC1550. I don't remember EN's installer code, but you can default the system if you like (see below.) Or, if you just want to disable the system, unplug the battery in the panel and unplug the transformer from the wall (should be close-by the control panel somewhere - but you never know.)

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<b>PC1550 Programming</b>
Enter Program * 8 1500 or 1550 (READY, ARMED and SYSTEM Lights should flash)

Exit Program #

Move to location Enter 2-digit location, # may be needed to exit some locations

Default Panel 1. Power down then up, if board clicks panel is locked out (replace board)
2. If panel does not click leave power ON, short default pins and enter * 8 0000
3. Keypad should show TROUBLE, BYPASS and MEMORY lights flashing

4. Remove short from default pins and program normally
(Does not work on V4.0 1550's (Version info found on large main chip)
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Good luck!
 
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Old 07-28-04, 08:01 AM
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Board locked

Hi Brandon, Thanks for the info!

I disconnected the left most wire from the bank of connectors to remove AC power and tried the board reset -- got a series of clicks. The default Master Code still does not work. I assume the board is locked out.

There are two chips:
Large chip: ZILOG R514, DSC LTD, EN1550 M1, 9126 K8
Small chip: ST LN324N, 99115

Am I out of luck to be able to use this system?

Thanks,
Rick
 

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Old 08-14-04, 08:07 AM
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Talking

Hi RICK and Brandon---

I also have an EN1550 which had a bad battery. The board almost burned itself out trying to charge it and the system "froze". I checked for a locked out board (it's not) and replaced the battery. Now I need to know what steps to take to reprogram the system. The system is not monitored anymore, but I want to use it as a standalone alarm. Are the programming steps the same as for the EN200, or are they different? Oh...the board was replaced a year ago. No helpful info on large chip, but the board has a PC 1550 and REV 11MA near the top left side.

Any help appreciated. Hope you got your system going, Rick.

mgman46
 
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Old 08-18-04, 03:01 PM
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EN1550 Programming = DSC1550

Hi, If you find the DSC1550 Installer's manual and User's manual you'll have all the programming information. There are several on the web. You need the Installer's code to program (default is 1500) the unit.

*8 1500 puts it in Programming mode. So to change the phone number to 123-4567 it calls (code 01): *8 1500 01 123-4567# #

To reset the Installer's code to 1500:
1. With power on, short default pins and type * 8 0000
2. Remove short from default pins and press 91 to remove the lockout.
3. Press 20, then 1500, then press # #.

Rick
 
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Old 08-19-04, 05:41 PM
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Talking Great info on DSC-1550

Rick---

Thanks a bunch for the info. I have the original user's manual (which is all I saw on the Web), but I didn't have the programmer's code. Your info should help me get it back on track. I'm not having it dial out, but I wanted to be able to program it for instant-on, exit delay, etc. Thanks again for your response!

mgman46 George
 
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Old 08-20-04, 04:49 AM
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DSC1550 Installation manual

Hi, Several alarm company sites have the Installation manual - I used http://homesecuritystore.com/ and asked for a password.

This is another one http://www.avss.net/DSC%201550%20Pro...ng%20Guide.pdf

Search for: DSC 1550 PDF

I don't know what software version I have - but the programming seems the same for the several copies of the programming manual I've found.

Rick
 
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Old 08-20-04, 06:06 PM
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EN200 / DSC 2530 Help

Hello Everyone,

I've got some questions about my EN200 / DSC 2530 system and I'm hoping that someone out there can help me out. It's an old system, so it's been difficult trying to get information on it.

I'm just starting to look into what I can do about the system...

Situation :

Motion detector no longer makes the alarm sound if I set it off by going downstairs. (Panel upstairs, no motion detector upstairs; once you step downstairs, you are within range of the sensor.)

My understanding was/is that the motion detector will set off the alarm system if it senses motion. Thus, protecting the home from intrusion via windows. I've always received verbal confirmation that this is the case by my alarm company, technicians, etc...

Recently, I went downstairs, forgetting to dis-alarm, and nothing happened. Since I'm paying for service on it, I asked for some servicing. The technician said that <i>in these systems, the motion detector will not trip the alarm <b>unless</b> you open a door</i>. Then what is the point of a motion detector if not to cover entry from the windows???

His explanation just doesn't make any sense to me. In my 15 or so years in this house I actually have accidentally set off the alarm that same exact way before. One time, but once is enough to show that the motion detector does set the alarm off <i>if</i> you arm from upstairs and go downstairs. (No opening of doors needed to make the motion detector work...) He went on to say that <i>if you are inside the home, the motion detector will not go off because in these systems they only have home mode so people won't set off the alarm</i>. Then he proceeded to try to get me to buy a whole new system upgrade - windows, doors, etc...

I'm thinking that I just need to take care of this myself and reset it somehow to the way it was set up before. Does anyone have any information/suggestions on how to go about setting my alarm so that :

The motion detector will set off the alarm even if I do not leave the house. (No opening of doors during arming stage.)

Thanks,
Jaime
 
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Old 08-20-04, 07:31 PM
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This is called "Auto-Stay Arming" - essentially what happens is that the system knows if you have left the house or not by whether a door has been opened or not.

This method is used by many alarm companies to reduce false alarms.

The best and easiest thing to do is to arm the system to Away mode, then open an entry/exit door to make sure the motion arms.

You can change this option in programming, but it would require you getting into programming. Not only would this be difficult to do, but your monitoring company may not honor any warranties.

Good luck!
 
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