Dmp xt50

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Old 08-27-12, 03:45 PM
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Dmp xt50

Anyone have experience with this system? I'm looking for some pointers programming schedules with a Master Code.
 
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I will preface this with the simple fact that DMP products are uncommon in my area, so I have little direct experience with them.
Looking at the user manual: http://buy.dmp.com/dmp/products/documents/LT-0982.pdf, it looks to be a variant on the typical scheduled arm/disarm with added ability to turn on system outputs as well.

The main thing to remember is that "opening" equals disarm, and "closing" equals arm.
 
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I'm a technician for the DMP dealer here in Southern AZ. I recently learned two things about schedules in a DMP panel:

1. You must program both an opening and a closing for each day. You cannot simply tell the system to arm itself each night at 6:00pm.

2. The opening(disarm) must come AFTER the closing(arm). That seems like a no brainer, but if you want the system to arm(close) at 1:00am and disarm at 5:00am, the schedule would look like this:

Opening - 5:00am Sun
Closing - 1:00am Sat

Opening - 5:00am Mon
Closing - 1:00am Sun

Opening - 5:00am Tue
Closing - 1:00am Mon

Opening - 5:00am Wed
Closing - 1:00am Tue

Opening - 5:00am Thu
Closing - 1:00am Wed

Opening - 5:00am Fri
Closing - 1:00am Thu

Opening - 5:00am Sat
Closing - 1:00am Fri

Hope that helps. It was a little confusing for me as I don't get a lot of calls for schedules.
 
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Okay...that doesn't appear in the manual at all.

The XT50 manual says to select the start day, and then select the end day if you want them to run concurrently. It doesn't describe in any detail how you would set it individually day by day.

Any tips on how to actually do this?
 
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