What Does The Yellow Trouble Light On My DSC Keypad Mean and How Can I Stop The Beeping?
What Does The Yellow Trouble Light On My DSC Keypad Mean? The yellow trouble light indicates a system problem of some sort. To find out the cause of the trouble light, press *2 on your keypad. On a LCD keypad: 1 is a system problem, press 1 again ...
Quick Guide For Programming DSC Powerseries Alarms
Quick Guide To Programming DSC Powerseries Alarm Panels The following guide outlines the basic programming required when installing a DSC Powerseries Alarm System. This is a very short version designed to get most alarms up and running quickly. For ...
How Do I Know If I have A Neutral Wire for Automated Switches
How Do I Know If I Have A Neutral Wire? Most INSTEON-compatible wall switches and dimmers require a neutral wire connection to operate. While all houses have a neutral wire, the real question is "Do I have neutrals in my switch boxes?" To answer ...
DSC Alarm Without Telephone Connection
If you will not be connecting your DSC alarm system to a telephone line, you need to ensure that it understands this, since by default it expects a phone condition and will give a trouble warning if the panel is not connected to a working phone line. ...
DSC DLS Programming Software
DLS runs on Microsoft's .NET Framework 4.0 and now using SQLite database. If you do not currently have these software packages installed, they will be installed automatically during the DLS 5 installation process. Attachments below including a ...