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Something that often gets overlooked are the...

Something that often gets overlooked are the magnets in the magnet & switch pair. Sometimes a door or (especially) window goes into fault because the magnet drops out of a window sash or door. or...
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If I use the 6160 are the graphics held in the...

If I use the 6160 are the graphics held in the panel and will they appear after I address the new keypad ?

Yes. Alpha descriptors are resident in panel programming.

Do I just program the...
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Those are two "quad" (quadruple,or 4-wire)...

Those are two "quad" (quadruple,or 4-wire) cables. It helps to differentiate wires (single conductors) from cables (multiple conductors in the same insulating sheathing).

One cable comes from...
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A 951WG-WH switch is a closed-loop switch: "NC"...

A 951WG-WH switch is a closed-loop switch: "NC" in alarm jargon.

RickDel has the right switches, as far as "NO/NC" is concerned. I don't think there's a pro on this forum that hasn't used a...
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The quick answer is "No", but whether you can...

The quick answer is "No", but whether you can replace your existing 5130XM with a 5130XT depends on what peripherals you have on your existing system, and how many and what kinds of zones you now...
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Can't tell for sure, but that screen in your top...

Can't tell for sure, but that screen in your top pic might be a security screen and part of the system. I'd need to see a better shot of it to be sure. If it is, the magnet of the switch/magnet pair...
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I'm surprised too. You don't have to use a...

I'm surprised too. You don't have to use a plug-in transformer, that's usually just the fastest way to install an alarm system and alarm installers don't have to be licensed electricians with a...
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Pictures are often helpful, if they're reasonably...

Pictures are often helpful, if they're reasonably clear and well lighted. A pic of the wiring diagram with model nomenclature, and of the main control panel circuit board, and even a close-up of T16...
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Back as late as the '70s and '80s, some brands...

Back as late as the '70s and '80s, some brands into the 90's (if I have that right), systems could be set to time out for a door/window open, then would reset if the d/w was closed; but would re-trip...
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In your picture of the Safewatch Pro 3000 Control...

In your picture of the Safewatch Pro 3000 Control Panel, I can't see the wires from Terminals 8 & 9 = the Zone 1 Terminals. However, it's a fair bet that a red wire is on T8 and black on T9. If...
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Lots of systems work with the RF Receiver being...

Lots of systems work with the RF Receiver being inside the panel can, as long as the antennas are installed correctly outside.

The poorer reception usually comes with the house being large and if...
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