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 Posted: Saturday Dec 3rd, 2016 02:30 pm
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Dear master,
I have a Paradox 465 that connected to the system [Immediate type], with no resistor in the connection. For the first day, the system works normally. But on the 2nd day, the sensor will trigger in the midnight. Checked the sensor area, does not have curtain, light, pets that cause the alarm. So, suspect that is a false alarm.
I have returned the Paradox 465 and claim for a new one, but same thing happen. Is there any way I can check if the zone trigger for twice, then only I take it as a real alarm?
I have tried to set the alarm type to [Alert type], but it get worst where the alarm will keep trigger.
Is there anything I can play around with the Response to check if the alarm trigger twice after X seconds?
Sorry for my bad english.
Thank you!
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Evard



 Posted: Sunday Dec 4th, 2016 06:35 am
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You can modify  the response below as the PIR Zone Response

This is similar to  the Default Response Vibration Analyser

Timer 8 is for timing and counter 7 for counting

If at least  2 counts are detected within 30 seconds, the alarm is triggered

you can change the timer setting of 30 seconds and the count of 2 as you need


If Timer Timer08 = 0 Then
    Do NullResponse After 30 Seconds Using Timer08
    Set Counter007 = 0
End If
Increment Counter007
If Counter Counter007 >= 2 Then
    Stop Timer Timer08
Else
    Skip Alarm
End If


At each zone trigger, the timer 8 is started and count is reset if timer 8  was not running
The counter is incremented. If the value < 2 the a;arm is skipped
If the value is >=2 the timer is stopped and the alarm is not skipped, ie alarm is activated





 Posted: Monday Dec 5th, 2016 08:40 am
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Dear slychiu,

Thanks for your reply. I will test on this response. Will come back if any issue with the new testing.

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Evard



 Posted: Saturday Dec 17th, 2016 12:12 pm
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Dear slychiu,

The response is working. But the result still not as our expectation, because the PIR sensor only detect the second trigger after 3-4 seconds.

Would like to ask, do I need to connect external power supply if my system has 3 - 4 PIR detector [Paradox DG85 & PA 465] and 1 smoke detector?

Because the system is working abnormal.
When the PIR sensor triggered, it will keep to trigger until we restart the system. Then, after triggered again, we need to restart again. This issue is randomly happening.



 Posted: Saturday Dec 17th, 2016 12:25 pm
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The PIR is triggering falsely or it is detecting something that causes it to trigger

You do not need a separate power supply. Comfort supplies 1 A which is enough for many PIRs, and each Slave also supplies 1 A separately

The PIR keeps triggering continunously? This looks like a fault in the PIR or the wiring





 Posted: Friday Dec 23rd, 2016 03:17 pm
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Dear slychiu,

Finally problem solved after changed another model of PIR sensor. Previously, we return 2 same model PIR sensor and the problem still exist.

Thank for the help.



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