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Re: DSC Neo

"ABLE1" <somewhere@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> On 2/6/2019 8:27 PM, Jim Davis wrote:
>> Anyone have any experience with the DSC Neo panels?
>> I've taken over some of the older DSC panels a number of years ago but
>> this product appears to be in quite a different league.
>> I'm just beginning to do some research on the product but thought I'd
>> check in here first.
>> One of my customers moved into a new home that is already wired and set
>> up with one of these panels. Looks like a pretty good installation. Has 3
>> Touchpad keypads and a couple of zone expanders. I don't know if it's
>> using cellular or landline yet. The system is all set up and programmed
>> except for the central station info. I have the installer code and what
>> little I've seen of the programming it looks like it would take some time
>> to learn the little nuisances for keypad programming. I'm tempted to take
>> it over but I don't want to put myself in the position of having my
>> customer have a problem, and me not being able to trouble shoot it for
>> lack of experience and knowledge about the product. Even though they've
>> been with me for over 18 years, I'd rather lose them then not be able to
>> give them good service.
>> I'd just replace everything with Napco if there weren't 3 touchpads.
>>   Does anyone know if there is a DSC equivalent to the Napco Quickloader
>> program?
>> And if there is any qualification necessary to obtain a copy of it. A
>> downloader program makes it so much easier to understand the programming
>> versus a keypad programming sheet.
> Jim,
> I just took over a Neo 2064 with 54 active zones TODAY!!
> Existing customer as well.  What I did first was to
> purchase a 2032 kit with keypad.  DL'd DLS-5 and
> purchased the USB kit for direct connect.
> Played around with the 2032 to get the feel of the
> programming and set up.  There are a few things that are
> a bit quirky.  Thought I had it good enough.
> Had customer get the existing company to default the
> Panel ID Code and Installer code.
> Connection was a breeze.  Just plug it in, create a new
> account. Connect and it does all the data transfer.
> Then make the changes for receiver number and account.
> Change the Installer code and Panel ID and send it.
> Then disconnect the battery to verify that the panel is
> communicating and it is.  Yea!!
> But could not at the time send any burg signals since
> too many people in the building.  Had the custodial staff
> set alarm tonight and trip some zones.
> Checked the C/S and NO test signals??????????
> CRAP!!!  I missed something.
> Tune in tomorrow for the next episode.....................
> Les

Section 310
Did you put an account number for System and for partition 1 ( and any other
partitions that are in use).


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