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Pir 'double nock' settings

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Mrjollyjoe, 31 Mar 2019.

  1. Mrjollyjoe

    Mrjollyjoe

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    What do you set your at, i can select double nock in zones and the default time is 7 seconds, i dont want any false alarms but not sure waht time people really go for is the default acceptable, i did have it turned off but the were super wick.

    What would everyone recommenced as default i.e would you have it on and what time if so?

    currently using texecom premier compact IR ACD-0001, but would happily upgrade on recommendation.

    many thanks Joe
     
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    Why do you want to use double knock ?
    Has the detector been false alarming ?
    Your detector will have sensitivity jumper what are they selected on ?
     
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    I would just Upgrade the pir to a dual tech one.
     
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    just on std setting i believe its medium sensitivity.

    you answer prob mean double nock not required.

    By dual tech i assume you mean microwave and pir?
     
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