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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to use an installer code to add/remove sensors. Depending on what number of digits your alarm code is set for will determine the number for the intaller code. Look in the installer manual for the code. Then follow these steps:
Open the panel.
Key in installer coe
Activate the sensor you want to add. Some sensors have a button, some have to opened to activate.
Choose sensor name and group. Groups are listed in the manual. Basically, if you want the sensor to arm when the doors arm (such as for a window sensor or door sensor) put it in group 10 or 13. If it's a smoke sensor, group 26; motion detector, group 17 and keyfob, group 01.
Press done when finished and run the test to make sure the system is reading the sensor.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
you may have had a lighting strike to the phone line causing a surg to your unit. it may be fried. try completly powering down the system and powering it back up, then try to send a signal to your monitoring station. also you my have your monitorimg station try and connect to your system and check the programing it may have been scrambled.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
The Micra sensor does not have a "tamper" which is the method that is used to enroll GE transmitters. Both the Micra-G and Plunger-G transmitters send a tamper signal when the battery is inserted.
Note: It takes about 4-8 seconds for the tamper to be transmitted as the switch boots up.
Note: If you are removing the battery to re-insert it to boot up the switch, first short the + and - terminals on the battery clip to dissapate the charge on the current saving capacitor. Just removing the battery will not dissapate the capacitor and if the capacitor is still charged it will not reboot and send a tamper signal. - AlarmProfessor.net
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
Probably knocked off the clip on the piezo. Open the box and make sure all plugs are plugged into the circuit board.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
First you need to have the installer code. Open the fromt panel of thealarm and enter in "4-3-2-1" (Default installer code) If it accepts this number then you can begin to program the doors and windows. If you don't knowtheinstaller code you mayneed to default the system and reprogram everything. If you contact meIcan walk you through the processor.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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