I want to send signals from a Texecom Premier Elite 24 panel. I know that it can switch an output relay when an alarm (or e.g. a confirmed alarm) is triggered.
But what I really want is to send a signal for each zone that is triggered - so if zone 1 is triggered, this will switch...
Fab. Thanks. Any difference between the Premier 24 and the Premier Elite 24?
Thanks a lot for your help - it's much appreciated.
Also, will the PIRs from the Veritas system work on a Premier / Premier Elite system, or will I have to replace them?
We have a Texecom Veritas system installed from before we moved in. We are having building work done and need more zones (9) than the 8 that the Veritas is capable of.
My question is - what would be the easiest system to upgrade to? I don't particularly want to change the PIRs...
Sorry - I cut and pasted from the post 2010 version. The 2008-2010 version stated:
'On all installations TRV’s should at least be fitted in the sleeping areas. See note below on open radiator/bypass'
Fluffster - yep, contract was with the previous owners, but presumably...
I moved into a house a year ago. We saw that the house had a new boiler (installed in 2009) when we bought the house.
The boiler that was fitted was a Worcester Greenstar Ri - and the installation manual is here...
Was just going to do as you said, but found that I now have a happy boiler with the blue light on glowing away constantly.
It's a bit odd, in that it's been over 2 hours since the power cut, and I only checked it 10 mins ago.
All's well that ends well...
I think our dishwasher tripped the kitchen circuit (I am almost certain it was the dishwasher and not the boiler tripping the circuit).
This caused the boiler to behave as follows: a long pause then two quick flashes from the blue fault indicator in the middle of the unit