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Re: Ademco 6139 with 5827BD Keypad
Yes, in 34 & 35 you put the actual seconds up to 96...but 97 will give you
120 secs not 97.
You may have a sticky switch on the front door or yes...the pir is picking
up the opening door too soon (it happens). What Monitronics did made sense,
but you should make sure that you set the Entry Delay 2 for something like
5 seconds maybe. BUT I'd check that front door contact too.
Stop calling the 6139 the "panel", it's the keypad...the panel is the Vista
<I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe>
"Marc" <mlipovitch@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
| Got it, thanks for all the replies. The system is working beautifully
| now. One other question though, I must have the wrong set of instuctions
| for the arm/disarm delay. Do I input the actual seconds in Fields 34,
| 35 to set whatever arming time I want? Using the 0, 1, 2 whatever on
| this panel doesn't seem to do the trick right. Also, Monitronics had
| installed the PIR detector (hardwired) as Zone 2, and right near the
| front door where you would trip the alarm every time if it's set to
| Interior Follower. Needed to be set up for a delay, so I put it at
| specs for a Zone 10(Interior Delay). I removed their proprietary Vista
| 15P board and replaced with a generic 20P.
| Other PIR is a wireless unit set up as Zone Type 4 in another room, to
| trigger instantaneously, works great. 6139 seems to be a nice panel
| though-might go to the voice responsive version later if step-mom would
| rather have that.....
| Crash Gordon wrote:
| > Turn Auto Stay off *84 = 0 (what Mark said)
| > Auto Stay switches arming mode to Stay if you don't open a delay door to
| > exit.
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