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Texecom - PIR Movement Sensor

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Tammy Davis, 18 Jul 2019.

  1. Tammy Davis

    Tammy Davis

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    Hello - my Texecom alarm (Elite 24) just starting bleeping and I received a notification "the Dining Room PIR Movement Sensor in your home Dining Room went in to Supervision Fault at 12:51 today".


    I am new to this alarm. Does anyone know what this means and what I can do about it?


    I haven't even entered the dining room today.


    Thank you for any help offered.
     
  2. secureiam

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    its wireless and not reported in for the last 2 hours
     
  3. Tammy Davis

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    So it's not a big deal then - just lost connection with the panel (not a battery issue)? That's reassuring. Very many thanks.
     
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    It is a big deal, in that a sensor has lost contact with the panel for at least 2 hours, meaning its not working.

    This could be due any number of reasons including battery power, radio jamming, device fault, signal being blocked by a large metal object.

    I cant say why it went into supervision fault, most common cause is battery failure and the device no longer polling in but have seen all the above causes,
     
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    Understood - thank you again.
     
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