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 Posted: Monday Apr 11th, 2011 03:17 pm
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It appears that this subject has not been addressed for some considerable time.

Firstly is there a default file .cclx  for setting up remote monitoring. the old

http://www.cytech-technology.com/temp/software/PD6662.cct link goes no where.

Secondly outputs 1 -8 need to tie up ideally physically with 1-8 of the communicator - do you have a listing of the output functions.

Thirdly do you or deoes anybody else have a ccl or cclx file that has actually been set up and is working that they would like to share with us?

Forthly the available documentation from previous links is now several or more years old is it still relevent?

 
Note by Admin: The link is at http://www.cytech.biz/compliance_with_en5013_pd6662_and_bs8243.html?category_id=126

 

 

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 Posted: Wednesday Mar 21st, 2012 05:00 am
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I was try this link but its not worked can you please check.. whats the problem with this... :)



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The link is now at
http://www.cytech.biz/compliance_with_en5013_pd6662_and_bs8243.html?category_id=126

together with the document describing the implementation
The pd6662.cctx file should also be found in the Comfigurator >  Config

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 Posted: Wednesday Jun 11th, 2014 10:29 am
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Chiu,
I note that there have been changes to EN50131/PD6662:2004/PD6662:2010/DD243/BS8243, etc.

can you reassure us all that Confort2 can still comply?

Here is one of many, many 'summarys' of the changes.

http://www.castle-caretech.com/pdfs/en50131_bs8243_pd6662.pdf



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The documents with information on how Comfort is meets compliance to EN50131 (2009), PD6662:2010 and BS8243 (2010) can be downloaded from http://www.cytech.biz/compliance_with_en5013_pd6662_and_bs8243.html

The comfort firmware 7.040 and above implement the status outputs for BS8243 to be connected to the STU
http://www.comfortforums.com/view_topic.php?id=3570&forum_id=79&highlight=BS8243

However we must highlight that the product is not certified or tested by a test lab for compliance. It is not a requirement for the product to be certified as far as we understand. The Installer has to be certified by NSI or NACOSS (whatever) and has to ensure that the whole installation  complies to all the regs.
Most UK alarm installers are unwilling to use a product like Comfort regardless of whether it complies. 




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