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Texecom Ricochet Premier Elite 48 Part Set

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by broody, 1 Feb 2018.

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    Hi all,

    I have a
    Texecom Ricochet Premier Elite 48 and want to use the part set function for the front and back door at night. Looking at the manual am I right in thinking that when setting up the part arm I select Part 1 then cycle through the zones to turn them off or on. So I would set the front and back door on?
    What confuses me is would I need to add the part arm attribute to those two zones as well?

    Thank you.
     
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    All zones you want OFF ...tick the part 1 omit box .....then at night do part 1
     
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    I'll be setting it on the keypad, not the wintex thingy. Oh right, so the part one will automatically know it's the front and back door i want to arm?
     
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    No did you program it ? Do you have the engineer code ?
     
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    It's a self install, i have the engineer code.
     
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    Go to zone set up and select part 1 omit ( in attributes 2) third option for every zone you want Off in part 1
     
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    Brill, I will give that a go.
     
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    I changed attribute 1, option three to 1 and this is confirmed when scrolling through the zones in the part 1 menu.


    How would I set the part arm 1 to silently instant arm? I still want the delay when I normally leave the house via the front door.

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    I think I found it, I went:

    Area Options
    Part Arm Inst - set this 'A...'
    Part Arm Silent - Set this 'A...'

    It works but how do I get the entry exit(front door) to set the alarm off when opened in the part Arm state? It gives the normal timer allowance as if it was normally set.

    ** Edit **

    After looking I saw the Guard attribute in attribute 1,

    Manual says:
    'G - GUARD
    Zones with this attribute will cause an Intruder alarm when the area is
    part armed (this would normally be used on 'Entry/Exit 1 or 2' zone types.
    When the area is fully armed, activation of a zone with this
    attribute will cause any 'Entry/Exit 1 or 2' zone with the
    Entry/Exit 2 attribute to become a 'Guard' zone for the duration
    of the 'Forced Entry' timer.
    Zones without this attribute will respond as normal.'


    I set this on the entry/exit door and it set off the alarm when part set. Seems to have worked.
    Could I get clarification this is correct?

    Thanks
     
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    Yes guard makes entry zones full
    In part set
     
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    Thank you
     
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    Randomly the chime for the front door turned itself off? I definitely didn't touch it. Turned it on again, hope I've not broken it.

    P.S' a fellow sheffield'er
     
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