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Pyronix Enforcer v10 - Unable To Set Door Contact

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Dubster, 12 Jun 2019.

  1. Dubster

    Dubster

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    Hey guys

    Hoping someone can point me in the right direction here, I'm sure it's something simple.

    I've a Pyronix Enforcer system, set up professionally, all working well.
    I wanted to add 1 more door contact to it, for the shed.

    So what I've done so far :

    1) Learned the new input, set it as Intruder type
    2) Put the new input into area A - all inputs armed
    3) Put the new input into area B - only downstairs inputs and upstairs window contacts armed
    4) Put the new input into area C - just has this one new input in it.
    5) Programmed button II on the keyfob to arm area C.

    The idea being that when home I will keep area C armed at all times, so that if someone breaks into the shed I will hear about it, and when out or in bed, the alarm will go off if someone breaks into the shed.

    Whenever I try and arm area C, I get "Unable to set door contact" (this is with the contact in my hand next to the magnet, just whilst I get it going.

    I'm guessing my area C might need something doing to it maybe?

    Any help would be most appreciated.

    Thanks a lot

    Scott
     
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    What happens if you put chime on this contact and move the magnet away ....does it chime ? Also does it set if you A set the system ?
     
  4. Dubster

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    I've not tried the chime thing, I'll give it a whirl - good idea thanks. I can see the blue light on the main sensor light up when it gets near the magnet though.
    Same message with A.
     
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