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  1. Peter Morgan
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    Peter Morgan EF Member

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    I have a Aritech CS450 which has been working fine for a number of years. All of a sudden the "Trouble" light came on the keypad.
    I checked the logs and it showed "Fuses", so I checked the fuses - all ok
    did a walk test - all ok
    Tried an engineer reset - no different - light still on


    The system seems to work as normal. i.e alarm trips if set and external sirens go off etc.

    Anyone have any other ideas as to what my problem may be?
    Thanks in advance.....
     
  2. Charlie_
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    Charlie_ Electrician's Arms

    Have you cleared the logs?
     
  3. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    battery past it's useful life???
     
  4. Peter Morgan
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    Thanks for the prompt reply.. replaced the battery about a month ago, so hopefully that shouldn't be an issue ;)
     
  5. Peter Morgan
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    Thanks for the prompt reply... How do I do that? In the user manual it just says :-
    "The Engineer Log can store up to 150 events. It is
    not deleted by an arming."
    and
    I can't find any reference to clearing this log in the user manual.
    The operator log shows nothing as "stores up to 10 alarms and
    faults that occurred since the last arming." and there have been no faults/alarms since the last arming.
     
  6. Strima
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    Has the battery been checked and also the system voltage to the battery?
     
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  7. Charlie_
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    When you go into the engineer log there is options to view log and also to delete log
     
  8. telectrix
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    that's if OP has the eng.code.
     
  9. Peter Morgan
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    Thanks for this suggestion.... I'll check that! :)
     
  10. Peter Morgan
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    Peter Morgan EF Member

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    Hi, I have the Eng code but the only options are "Eng.Log/Time/Date". There does not appear to be an option to delete - see attached screenshot. Screenshot 2019-04-16 at 10.30.19.png
     
  11. Charlie_
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    Is that from the user manual or the install manual?
     
  12. Peter Morgan
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    Peter Morgan EF Member

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    Sorry for the delay in replying.... it is from the User manual. I do not have the installation manual
     
  13. Peter Morgan
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    Peter Morgan EF Member

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    Hi... sorry for the delay in replying. I've check the supply to the PCB panel and there IS ~19vac there as per circuit diagram.
     

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