DSC Powerseries/Alexor Residential Dial (Self Monitoring) Programming
If you wish to have your DSC Alexor alarm system use residential dial (self monitoring) be sure to set the following sections appropriately: Some of these are already defaulted that way but better to check them to ensure they have not been altered and are set correctly.
Section 301 should start with D then your tel# exactly as you would dial it from home then end in F
Section 350 should be 06 for residential dial
Section 351 should have option 1 turned on
Section 380 should have opt 1 enabled/on
Section 320 should have all your (active) zones set to 11 as the reporting code. They default to FF
DSC Powerseries Residential Dial On Alarm
DSC Powerseries alarms can call out using a landline telephone connection, to an ouside telephone or cell# to alert the user of an alarm. The indication is very basic (beeping and a siren sound) but it will indicate a situation requiring the owner's ...
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 ...
DSC Alarm Residential Dial Keeps Calling Ends In Communication Trouble
Symptom: DSC Alarm panel is set to residential dial to a private phone or cellular phone. When the system calls, no tone is heard and it keeps calling back. Eventually it ends and the panel displays a communication trouble error. Solution: Set ...
Procedure for converting DSC 6 digit serial numbers to 5 digit serial numbers
The 1st digit of ESN number is also 1st digit of SN Open up calculator in Microsoft Windows Click on VIEW at top of calculator and select SCIENTIFIC (or PROGRAMMING in Vista or Win 7 Click on HEX button at top left of calculator Input the 2nd, 3rd ...
Programming Zone Labels on PowerSeries with IT100 Connected
If you install a DSC IT100 and cannot program zone labels on PowerSeries, disconnect the IT100 from the panel and try again. It may not allow zone label programming while the IT100 is connected.