GE Concord 4 siren chirp arm/disarm...

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Old 04-12-08, 05:17 AM
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GE Concord 4 siren chirp arm/disarm...

Does anyone know how to turn the sirn chirp arm/disarm on?
 
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Originally Posted by tmustac View Post
Does anyone know how to turn the sirn chirp arm/disarm on?
Where is your siren wired to? Short answer is to move it to one of the 2 onboard outputs and reprogram the output...
 
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What needs to change in the programming??
 
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wire the siren to output one...In programming, change the configuration number for output one to 00410.
 
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Its is currently configured to 00411... I tried changing it to 00410 but there was no change. Ionly get a confirmation tone from the keypad... Will this effect whether the siren will sound on an alarm?

According to the manual, it looks like you can enter multiple codes but it only accepts one per partition... Is this correct?
 
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Are you sure the siren is chirping and and not the keypad?

00411 or 00410 will only sound the siren for alarms, not arming beeps. Are you sure the siren is not wired to terminals 7&8?
 
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The keypad chirps but I want the outdoor siren to chirp also... It is connected to output 1 and ground.

The system used to chirp the outdoor siren when arming from the keypad and then the service provider replaced the main panel and forgot to program this...
 
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gotcha...I thought you didn't want the siren to chirp! Change the number to 01710.
 
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That one worked! What section of the Installation Manual can I find these codes in? I would also like the interior speaker to chirp the same way.
 
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Look towards the back of the manual in the appendixes
 
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I hadn't noticed a problem with this code (01710) yet but now the outside siren chirps whenever the from door is opened/closed and it chirps for the duration of the exit delay... Any suggestions?
 
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Old 04-22-08, 10:11 AM
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I hadn't noticed a problem with this code (01710) yet but now the outside siren chirps whenever the from door is opened/closed and it chirps for the duration of the exit delay... Any suggestions?
If the siren is programmed as 01710, you'll hear everything.

If it's programmed as 00410, you'll only hear alarms.
 
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Will "00410" give me chirp on arm/disarm?
 
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Sorry... Earlier on you said that "00410" will not chirp on arm... There must be a way to do this. It worked fine before the monitoring company replaced the panel
 
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[QUOTE=tmustac;1353838]Sorry... Earlier on you said that "00410" will not chirp on arm... There must be a way to do this. It worked fine before the monitoring company replaced the panel [/QUOTE

01710 will give you arm disarm and all the other sounds as well...
 
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