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Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« on: June 15, 2008, 11:22:44 AM »
OK here we go. I have 2 wireless Door contacts and 2 Motion detectors and to wireless key phobs.

This is how I programmed them:
*8-5555-804-01 ESN:381XXX   Motion Detector
                   02       346XXX   Motion Detector
                   03       288XXX   Door contact
                   04       23AXXX   Door contact
                   05       621XXX   Key Phob
                   06       621XXX   Key Phob

I want to make zone 01 and 02 Instant I know the code is 03 but I don't know how to do it.
I want to make zone 03 and 04 Delay and I know the code is 01 but I don't know how to do it.

What do I do for the two Key Phob?  Zones 05 and 06

I need to know how to install a local phone number to call me at work if the alarm goes off the number will be 549-0XXX


I have read the manuels and just can't figure out how to do this. Can Someone give me some easy step by step instructons. Or a website that gives simple instructions.

I don't have any trouble lights on the system. I have the bell and telephone line already hooked up.

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2008, 01:36:11 PM »
You've got an error in your programming. Within 804, sections 01-32 are for sensors (door, motion, smoke, etc.); Section 41-48 (I think, double check) are for fobs. Your programming should then look like this:

*8-5555-804-01 ESN:381XXX   Motion Detector
                   02       346XXX   Motion Detector
                   03       288XXX   Door contact
                   04       23AXXX   Door contact
                   41       621XXX   Key Phob
                   42       621XXX   Key Phob


Zone types are entered in section 001. Then enter 2 digits for zone 1 followed by 2 digits for zone 2 and so on. When you've got all your zones in you can press # to exit. So:

*8-5555-001-03  Motion Detector
                   03  Motion Detector
                   01  Door contact
                   01  Door contact
                   #   to exit


You may also want to consider type 04 or 05 for your motions depending on where they are located in your house. Type 03 will not allow any entry delay so if the motion sees you before you disarm the system then you'll have an alarm.
                   

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2008, 03:30:22 PM »
Well I tried it and I still can't get it work.

After pitting it the ESN Just like you said I Pit the following.

*8-5555-001-03
                   03
                   01
                   01
It wouldn't reconize the sensors the door light stays on and no Check Mark light. So I tried this.

*8-5555-101-1 2 3 4 6 8
             102-1 2 3 4 6 8
             103-1 2 3 4 6 8
             103-1 2 3 4 6 8

This didn't work either. Still no problem light on. Well get it.

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2008, 05:19:25 PM »
Have you completed the programming worksheet? It will help alot and be your road map to success.

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #4 on: June 15, 2008, 11:05:08 PM »
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Have you completed the programming worksheet? It will help alot and be your road map to success.
I think this is fast becoming george's answer to almost everything  ;D . . . but he's right. Reading and understanding the manual is an enormous help.
Here's some basics, most of which you've covered:

1. program ESNs (804, 01-32)
2. program zone types (001)
3. enable wireless attribute (101-132)
4. disable unused zones (202)

What is the keypad displaying? What zones are showing open?
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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #5 on: June 16, 2008, 03:53:04 AM »
Static........ you are correct!

I am a "meat and potatoes" kind of guy that believes if the foundation is not strong then the rest is doomed to failure.

The programming worksheet confirms an understanding of the basics and working with a plan. We can help with the rest. DIY'ers should NOT believe that they slap an alarm on the wall and they we take over as magicians.........we are here to assist whenever possible.


My three beliefs with security and alarms:

1.) know the basics and complete the programming worksheet
2.) understand the "layers" of security.........an alarm is just one of the layers
3.) a dog is always good







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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2008, 06:40:25 AM »
Heres what I did last night.

*8-5555-804-01-381868    Motion Detector   This one doesn't work
                   02-346366    Motion Detector   This one works now
                   03-288E9C    Door Contact       This one doesn't work
                   04-23A867    Door Contact       This one works now
                   41-621181    Key Phob             Works when Arming but will not disarm
                   42-621A0A    Key Phob             Works when Arming but wil not disarm

This is how I programmed the zones. I don't think I did this wright.

*8-5555-101-03
*8-5555-102-03
*8-5555-103-01
*8-5555-103-01
After I did that I think I went back in and made sure the number 8 was on so the wireless zone was turned on. If I did this wrong let me know how to fix it.


Before I could get half of it to work I posted on another site and they told me to pit resistors on 5 and 6 when I did that I got the green check light to come on.
   

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #7 on: June 16, 2008, 10:05:57 AM »
41-621181    Key Phob             Works when Arming but will not disarm
          42-621A0A    Key Phob             Works when Arming but wil not disarm

This tells me that the ESN has been entered correctly and the problem is elsewhere. Check that [017] option 1 is off, and that the wireless key functions are correct in [804], 61-62.


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This is how I programmed the zones. I don't think I did this wright.

*8-5555-101-03
*8-5555-102-03
*8-5555-103-01
*8-5555-103-01
You're right, it's not right. This is:
*8-5555-001-03
                   03
                   01
                   01
                   00
                   00
                   00
                   00
                   #

*8-5555-101-Turn 8 on
             102-Turn 8 on
             103-Turn 8 on
             104-Turn 8 on

Double check your ESNs, it's easy to mis-key something, especially if there's alpha characters involved. Check also that the batteries are installed correctly and read up on testing wireless motions, specifically the "high-traffic shut down" feature. I've never used DSC wireless very much and constantly have to review the manual to get through it. Prior to 2 days ago, it had been a very long time since I did one but Saturday's job went smooth as silk (7 contacts, 3 motions, 1 fob, all wireless). I had to do nothing more than what I've mentioned. 
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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #8 on: June 16, 2008, 12:06:32 PM »
Thanks for the info. Can you give me how to program in my cell number so if the alarm goes off it will call my shop. What section do I go into. I would appreciate it if you could give me some step by step instructions. I will just be pitting  the number in as 549-0XXX.

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #9 on: June 16, 2008, 01:16:37 PM »
OK I was just sitting here at work before I go home and I found this on how to program phone number. Would this be wright and would I have to do anyting else?

*8-5555-301-5490XXX

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #10 on: June 16, 2008, 02:38:13 PM »
I've never done the call-the-cell thing myself but others here have. Section 301 is where a phone number goes, but the default communications format for that number will have the panel expecting a receiver at the other end. You must set the format in 350, and then probably set some reporting codes. If you do a search you'll find more details.
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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #11 on: June 16, 2008, 04:13:15 PM »
Hey thanks for all the help. I found my problem and no I'm not blaming wife but I had her to wright down the ESN: Numbers and on one of the door sensors and motion detectors the letter  was B instead of 8.


I just got my cell number programmed. I called DSC to make sure if I was wright. I was but I think  after what I done I had to *06 06 #

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Re: Programming 1616 Wireless DSC
« Reply #12 on: June 16, 2008, 05:08:05 PM »
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the letter  was B instead of 8
AHA! Yes, those are very easy to transpose if you don't look close enough and the lettering is quite tiny!
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