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advancesd mx4000 series maual
15-07-2009, 08:57 PM
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advancesd mx4000 series maual
hi i am after the install commisioning manual for the advanced mx4000 series mx4100/mx4200/mx4400/mx4800 fire panel and any opinions on it would be greatful many thanks in advance .

chris
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15-07-2009, 09:42 PM
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Chris,
Have activated your account and emailed you. Will post opinions when i get a chance. Welcome to the forum.

Regards

Doug

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15-07-2009, 10:53 PM
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From what I've seen I'm impressed and most people that I know use them - they certainly have succeeded Morley by a long shot as the open protocol/Apollo combination and would be our preferred option over our own equipment when specified as such.
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15-07-2009, 11:35 PM
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CerbNI Wrote:From what I've seen I'm impressed and most people that I know use them - they certainly have succeeded Morley by a long shot as the open protocol/Apollo combination and would be our preferred option over our own equipment when specified as such.
I use them all the time if the price allows more options than kentec and easier than morley to look after be warned if useing on a large ne work though ,was working on a 24 panel network loads of bugs, dont for get you will need their program lead if useing software.
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17-07-2009, 06:27 PM
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thanks for the feed back i have placed an order for the mx4200 and 2 fault tolerant network cards as linking to an original mx4400 which is a chubb panel any idea of level 3 codes tried default didnt work

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20-07-2009, 11:30 AM
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chrisataxis Wrote:thanks for the feed back i have placed an order for the mx4200 and 2 fault tolerant network cards as linking to an original mx4400 which is a chubb panel any idea of level 3 codes tried default didnt work

chris

not got manual to hand but there is a section on lost codes. enter 0 or 1 (not 100% so look up manual) when asked for code for level 3 access then do it agin and it will give an 8 digit code which you need to note down and phone technical with it.

If the code is not registered with them ,then they will give you the code that is in that panel.

If it is then you will need to call out Chubb or flash the panel and re-programme.
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20-07-2009, 03:34 PM
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Chris check your pm's
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20-07-2009, 04:35 PM
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I've used a few of the MX panels. I've only worked with one networked system. I update the network to a fault tolerant network and added network repeater panel.

I was surprised how easy this was to do.

One niggle I had though -

Say a detection loop of one panel overlapped another loop on a different networked panel, you will find you cannot use the same zone (should the devices be in the same area)

After speaking with tech support at Advanced they said it could be done if you could live with the error on the software. When I tried this it caused an issue with failing cause and effect.

That aside, I created some very complex cause and effect with logic statements after creating an additional zone and all went well. I would recommend these panels to anyone as I found them to be very robust.

The program lead is easy to make yourself. It's a standard RS232 lead utilising pins 2, 3 & 5 (TX, RX, GND) All you need do is connect the lead directly to the panels 232 port and bingo!

Hope this helps


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