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benjibon

Veritas R8 programming part set zones

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benjibon

Hi guys, another query for my Veritas R8, I want to be able to programme the "part" setting so that the downstairs zones can be set when my wife's at home upstairs in bed etc, is this possible?

 

When I press "part" now I get what you see in the picture,

 

Thanks Ben

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Richard-the-ninth

As you have the panel (and I don't) what does the manual say? and if you haven't got one, why not download one?

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benjibon

Google says to do this; 

 

"A Part Set Suite defines the zones that will be automatically included and excluded (omitted) when the system is part set. From the Programming Menu, press 5 ( followed by the suite number 1, 2, 3, or 4 (e.g. to program Part Set Suite 2, enter 5,2. The zones currently active in the selected part set will indicate (the omitted zones will remain

off).

Press the appropriate numbered button(s) of the zone(s) to be included or excluded (omitted). Press 
PROG. The system will chime to confirm that the new Part Set Suite has been accepted. The system will then
automatically revert to the Programming Menu"

 

However I'm confused about the "suite number", I'm assuming FULL is suite 1 and PART suite 2?

 

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benjibon

Or is suite 1 downstairs and suite 2 upstairs?

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benjibon

Ok so I've got this far to try and add only zones 1/2/3 (which are front/back door and main lounge zones) to my part set suite 1 However if I press PART then I see this image (see attached) which doesn't match what I have programmed.

 

The process I'm using is as per the manual;

 

Unset/1234/prog/5/51/then I select the zones I want included by highlighting their led's/prog/reset

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Andy™

prog/5 is sounder & strobe test. you want prog/51/ then the number of the zones you want omitted

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benjibon

Ah so I don't need to press 5 after PROG just 51?

Sorry I didn't read your reply properly thanks for your help!

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Andy™

no, and if you did press prog/5/51 then your bellbox should have made a noise

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benjibon

No noise, so now I've done the process it chimes from the keypad whenever a zone is activated!

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Andy™

chine suite is prog/55...

 

thinking about it, sounder test is 05, if you pressed 551 you would be in the chime suite turning zone 1 on and off...

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benjibon

All.done! Thanks for your advice 

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Craigreynolds

Hi, im having trouble with my veritas v8 panel since the electricity was turned off at the fuse board.. ive been able to OMIT the certain zones back in but cant seem to make zone 3 the peimary zone so that once you set the sensory off the alarm goes off rather than 1 and 2 just beeping so you have chance to silence the panel.

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Andy™

probably needs reprogrammed

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Craigreynolds

Reprogrammed? I was shown by the electrician how to do it when i first moved in but completely forgot 🙈 i jist thought someone in the post may be able to lead me in the right direction..

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kerching

For 'primary' read Entry Exit

for secondary read guard

for detectors on exit entry route read Guard inhibit

 

 

well,that's what it used to be but what do I know

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