Network Multifamily Alarm System 1007


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Old 02-10-11, 01:07 PM
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Network Multifamily Alarm System 1007

Does anyone know how to program or have the programming manual for the Network Multifamily Alarm System 1007. This is a very old system.
 
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Old 02-13-11, 06:41 PM
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It looks like a DSC unit. I will see what I can dig up on it tomorrow.
 
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Old 02-13-11, 06:45 PM
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Most of these are variations of the DSC PC 550. The actual DSC model will be on the chip in the center of the main board. See if this manual matches what you have:

http://www.pre-lock.com/User%20Manuals/pc550.pdf
 
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Old 02-17-11, 10:12 AM
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Network Multifamily System 1007

The manual that you suggested I look at, is not the correct one. If you can find anything else on System 1007, please let me know. When I typed in Network Multifamily System 1007 on the Internet brower, it will bring you to a link showing you a picture of the actual system. Maybe this will help your search.
 
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Old 02-17-11, 01:37 PM
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I can't find anything on that panel. What are you needing to program? Is the system monitored by NMF? Is their a property manager at the facility that can help you?
 
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Old 02-17-11, 03:37 PM
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As previously suggested: What do you see inside the metal cabinet where the motherboard and battery reside?

Those keypads are a custom modification that Network MF orders from DSC, so they don't match normal DSC keypads.
 
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i know this is old-

the 1007 is a self contained system- everything, including the battery is in the wall behind the keypad

if you still need programming help - let me know
 
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alarm system 1007a i need help programing it the apt that i live at tells me they know nothing about it first they unpluged it so i pluged it back in anyway i want to know how to program so i dont have to get ADT i need to reprogram it so i can get the 4 digit code set to default if i could or make my own
 
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Resetting User code for 1007:

Power down keypad: Remove 9VDC battery and unplug 9VAC wiring harness on back of keypad, the one all the way to left as the unit faces you. Wait a minute.

Power up keypad: Hook up battery and plug in power wiring harness.

Mount keypad: Screw bottom screw into lower edge of base and keypad will stop scrolling the LEDs when screw is in all the way. If the screw is not the original security screw and is now a philips or flat-head screw, make sure it is in at the correct angle and length. If the screw is in all the way and your LEDs are still flashing or any LED other than the green "READY" one are lit, take it out and install as vertically as possible. Only when the keypad beeps and either no LEDs or only the "READY" LED are shown, you have successfully remounted the keypad. You were in the Installer programming mode when the other LEDs were lit. If you pressed any buttons during this mode you probably noticed how the LEDs changed. Don't worry you didn't hurt anything that can't be fixed.

Your User code is now "1436"


These systems loose all their programming when all power is lost; User code, account # and Central Station receiver #. When power is restored, they revert back to the factory defaulted values. 1436 is the default User code.

To change the User code: Type in 14361436*8xxxx x= new 4-digit code.


If you still don't get the green "READY" LED to light, you have to find out what zone is open. As old as these are, I usually find a missing contact is the cause.


Here is a link for a quick user reference guide:
http://www.nmfc.com/pdf/NetworkSystem1007.pdf
 
 

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