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Texecom premier Zones not mapped

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Budnzeus, 9 Jul 2019.

  1. Budnzeus

    Budnzeus

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    got a question for you all.

    Texecom premier 48 with 32 zone wireless expander. Zones 17 up to 40 are wireless zones but 41 up over say zones not mapped despite having capacity on the panel any idea how to “map these zones?”

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    Program zone mapping in keypad set up
    Each keypad can assign 2 zones
     
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    It’s wireless zones I want to map into it for smart plugs etc. I’ve plenty of wired zones free it’s the wireless ones I need
     
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    what panel do you have?

    the smart plug occupies 1 zone (has to be a free wireless zone)
     
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    Elite 48 with the 32 zone wireless expansion.

    Wireless zones start at 17 so in theory should goto 48 but the stop at 39. Zone 40 says zone not mapped?
     
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    Unfortunately that's not the way the zones work.

    prior to the 12W and the 64W, max number of zones matched the model number, so a 12W actually capable 16 zones not 12 and a 64W has a zone count of 80, but realistically its going to be a max of 76 based on how they would be achieved as the max.

    so with the 48 :-

    8 zones are assigned to the panel pcb (48W only has 1-4 zones) zones 1-8
    you can have 4 expanders ie 8XP or 8XP-W or 1 32XP-W. (32 zones) zones 9-40
    8 zones are mapped to hard wired keypads, and represent hard wired zones. zones 41-48

    You say your starting a 32XP-W on address 2 so zones for wireless would be 17 - 40 (that's because the highest address allowed on an expander on a 48 panel is address 4 not address 5
     
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    That makes perfect sense now. Thank you.
     
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