Texecom Premier Elite 48 - Confirm Devices

27 Jul 2021
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I've got a Premier Elite 48, whenever the alarm is triggered I'm required to confirm devices too.

The Premier Elite is also powering a keypad and external sounder, I've then got a Tx, Rx, Neg link to an expander with a PSU, this is also powering an additional expander and a ricochet expander.

Any thoughts what would cause a lost connection on alarming?
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look in the event log

but sounds like the system is going into alarm either because you have lost a device or when it goes into alarm you are losing a device

without seeing the event log I would be guessing, the other question is how is the psu wired up?
Thanks for the reply. It happens when there is a genuine trigger for the alarm, the lost connection seems to occur at the same time.

I've set off a tamper just to get a fresh log entry and it's as follows:
Event Group: Tamper Alarms
Description: Network 1 - Exp 4 Lost
Event Group Tamper Restore
Description: Network 1 - Exp 4 Lost

Exp 4 is a 32XP-W.

The wiring is off non-switched spur into a PSU200XP, that then receives Tx, Rx and ground from the main board, the output of that then links to the 32XP-W (in the same housing) and a 8XP about 5 meters away (the 32XP-W and 8XP are in parallel off the output of the PSU200XPs)

I can't tell if the fault is intermittent or only happens depending on the trigger, so for example setting of the panic alarm from the keypad doesn't seem to interrupt the connection
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how is it wired from psu to expander, expander back to panel.

alarm activations theme selves should lose an expander unless in alarm power demand exceeds that available

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