Speech Dialler help

8 May 2008
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Hi, I am installing a Texecom Veritas Excel panel, I also got a Texecom speech dialler (TSDT). I understand that the speech dialler has four trigger inputs for four different alarm types. What I don't understand is what the remote reset is? Can you reset the alarm over the phone? Is this conected from the R/R terminal on the panel to one of the two outputs on the dialler?

Has anybody any experience with these?
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Remote reset is to stop unauthorised people resetting the system, basically if a cleaner sets the alarm off, she can silence the alarm, but can't reset it without a manager finding out.

The dialler displays a 4 digit number on the screen, which you need to give to the alarm company. They will then give you a reset code.

The number displayed changes each time to stop you writing down the anti-code, and using the same code each time.
Does the anti code have to be used? I don't want to have to call texecom if I set the alarm off, Can the dialler be used to silence the alarm, what is the abort, set/unset terminals on the panel used for? Sorry for sounding stupid but the installation manual doesn't say much about connecting to the speech dialler. :confused:
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texecom could not help anyway. a remote reset unit has to be set up with a specific "seed code" its an optional feature. you should opt not to use it.

The set /unset and abort terminals do "exactly as it says on the tin"

they change state when set / unset or the alarm is aborted

you can treat these as optional extras too, and again opt not to use them.

They would be used by an alarm company connecting a remote signaling device such as a digital communicator. redcare etc

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