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Installing Texecom AMQD Plus sensor

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by whiskers, 29 Apr 2009.

  1. whiskers

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    I have a Prestige 24 panel and need to add ADQD sensors. The installation instructions don't explain the settings very well. The switches are set ON by default - what are the usual settings. I am guessing SW4 ON, SW3 ON, SW2 ? SW1 OFF
    The terminals I think are Test NC, SET to 0v and RLED NC.
    Is this correct?
    Thanks
     
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  3. whiskers

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    Thanks to you guys who read the root posting. Without any expert answers I have carried out experiments and I believe the connections are as follows:

    SW4 ON
    SW1 to 3 OFF
    TEST, SET and RLED not connected

    These settings allow the LEDs to function and the TEOL gives 2.2 as normal, 6.9 for alarm, 9.1 for masking and open for tamper.

    These settings were found without connecting to the panel. I have yet to investigate the panel control of the test function.

    The manual, which is only available to the trade on the Texecom site, is the double sided sheet which is in the PIR package. If you need a copy, email Texecom who will supply a pdf copy.

    Any further info or updated/corrections would be welcome.

    Cheers
     
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