Concord 4 panel LED blink codes

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Old 03-23-17, 06:07 AM
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Concord 4 panel LED blink codes

This seems like something that would be on the panel or in the manuals, but I could not find it.

Is there a reference for the blink codes on the Concord 4 panel (red LED)? Mine blinks twice about every 30 seconds, but I seem to remember different blink patterns when I was debugging phone connections or when we had a power loss event.

Just curious. Might help me with my other issue, but overall just nice to have.

Thanks,
Anthony
 
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As far as I recall, the red led flashing indicates entry and exit delay running.

http://hissecurity.net/wp/wp-content...ser_Manual.pdf
 
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Thanks. That's a good reference. It was the main circuit board flashing. The panels are just showing steady green ready. Every doc I can find shows a lot of panel indications and system beeps, but not that circuit board LED. Weird.

Maybe it just means system is on
 
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A number of systems have those LEDs on the motherboard. There's no blink code table for them. It may have meaning to someone at the factory/engineering team, but at the field technician level, there's no meaningful data from those.
 
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They blink every time an RF transmission is received....
 
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Well I have plenty of those. Thanks for the info.
 
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