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Re: Ademco 6139 with 5827BD Keypad
"Marc" <mlipovitch@xxxxxxx> wrote in message news:4702A469.70701@xxxxxxxxxx
> Thanks Neo, suggestions worked perfectly! Leaving 6139 at address 16,
> cut red jumper in 5800TM, House ID=10 (Field 24), everything works
> One other question to Neo or Group:
> When I arm the panel in AWAY mode, it seems to default to STAY all the
> time. This bypasses the motion detector-set to Zone 04-Interior
> Follower? I'm sure I've got something programmed wrong....
> Neo wrote:
> > Hi Marc ,
> > Yes all that works
> > Address 6139 as 16 if you address it anything other than that like 17
> > enable *190 10
> > For 5800TM cut the red jumper , for 5882 receiver all dips are to off.
> > For 5827 to work just enable fields 24 as 10 in panel.
> > Also do not mix with 6150rf Either you use 5882 + 5800TM or simply
> > 61550rf
> > Regards,
> > Neo
> > On Oct 1, 1:40 pm, Marc <mlipovi...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> Anyone gotten one of these to work? I realize the 6139 (older
> >>I think-longer vertical than horizontal), have the panel set to address
> >>16 where there is a visible display (28,29,30 = no display). Tried
> >>cutting jumpers on the 5800TM transmitter to changes the addresses
> >>mentioned above, and making the panel non-addressable by setting to 31
> >>(=no display condition). It is an ADT branded panel used witha Vista
> >>20P board, and seems to wrok just fine otherwise. Also using the 5882
> >>remote RF receiver (I think it's the Canadian version, but works with
> >>all transmitters I tried it with, door/window, smoke alarm, glassbreak,
> >>etc.....also works fine with 5827BD except for indication of armed
> >>status if I change the panel to a 6150 non-alpha keypad).
> >> This one is driving me crazy, maybe thinking of going to a more
> >>advanced keypad anyways. Picked up the 6139 cheap at a GoodWill thrift
> >>store for a buck, and it does allow me to program the system....Any
> >>help/advice appreciated!
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