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Old 02-20-17, 06:30 AM
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Hi.every one,
I'm back again after a long time.
A few days a go i bought a brand new vista vista WA 3000 safe watch.
I connected also a brand new keypad 6160 on it and when a power up i here an continues clicking. The key i have addressed to 16. And the display shows nothing, not any digit on it but is stay lit. Who can help me out.
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Old 02-20-17, 05:27 PM
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Assuming that you have the keypad wiring connections correct; I'm going to hazard a guess that your "new" Safewatch 2000 isn't actually new, and is likely a bad panel.
 
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Thanks MrRonFl, for your response i have contact the seller.
And they will send me another one. i think they no about it.
But soon will you will here from me again, with another issue.
Its about stay programming.
Have fine day men
 
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Old 02-22-17, 07:43 PM
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Hi MrRonFl,
I'm Back
I have programmed my vista 20P in the Stay Mode.
The panel have 3 motion detectors, One on zone 1, one on zone 2, and one on zone 7, and the rest are magnetic contacts. I also create an schedule for the system to arm the system at 2.00 Am and disarm at 05.30 Am in stay mode. But now i have a problem when i arm the system is Away mode its jumps to stay mode. But i don't won't this, when a wend a away all Pir must be armed.
Zone 1 have chosen for zone type 01 and zone 02 and 07 have choose zone type 10.
Please help me out what i can do.
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Old 02-22-17, 08:28 PM
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Normally the auto-stay feature is handled by having a zone programmed as an entry exit zone that you have to open and close during the arming delay (this would normally be a door) It sounds like you are doing a non-standard configuration, so that won't work.

You can turn off the Auto-stay feature in programming location *84.
 
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Old 02-22-17, 10:58 PM
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Ok Mrron what is then the standard configuration or programming to make the stay and the away options will still work. maybe is my programming not correct. see my previous zone type option.
 
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Old 02-23-17, 03:12 AM
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For stay/away to work properly, you have to fault and restore an entry/exit zone (zone type 1) during the arming delay. Trying to do it with a motion detector is unreliable, it really needs to be a door.
 
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Old 02-23-17, 09:54 AM
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Ok MrRonFl
I try it and then you will here from me.
Thanks a million
 
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Old 03-08-17, 08:04 AM
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False Alarm

Hi Ron,
i have a problem,a week a go i have installed an alarm system.
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Now i have false alarm from fruit bats. In the garage i have installed an pir detector that causing the false alarm from those bats.
How can you help me out.the Pir is ZoDiac Pk 410Pr.
Thanks a lot
 
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Old 03-08-17, 03:25 PM
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Not much you can really do. Bats that size are big enough and warm enough to trip a motion. If you are determined to have a motion in that environment (motions in garages in FL rarely work out), the only trick that _might_ work is installing another motion overlooking the same field of view from a different angle, and wire the two devices in _parallel_ (instead of the normal series) so that both have to activate at the same time to create an alarm.

Your odds don't look good, though...
 
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OK Ron i'll try it
Thanks a lot
 
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