PowerSeries – Assigning a Keypad to a Partition Panels: PC5010 (Power832) Overview: Keypads connected to the PC5010 panel can be assigned one of three ways: a keypad can be assigned to operate partition 1, partition 2 or as a global keypad. Global keypads will not display any information (except for a trouble condition, if present) until the keypad is temporarily assigned to either partition 1 or partition 2. A global keypad allows the user to operate two partitions through the use of one keypad. Programming keypad partition assignment is a two-step process: - Enable Partition 2 Assign the Keypad to a Partition and Slot Keypad Supervision Program Sections: Section  Section ,  Section  Partition 2 Enable Keypad Assignment Module Supervision Field Step 1 – Enable Partition 2 Partition 2 must be enabled before keypads assigned to partition 2 will operate. To enable partition 2, perform the following: Enter [*][Installer’s Code] Enter  Press  to turn ON option  Enter Installer’s Programming Enter Partition 2 Enable Enable Partition 2 Step 2 – Keypad Assignment Program the Partition Assignment and Slot of each keypad. To assign the keypad, perform the following: Enter [*][Installer’s Code] Enter  Enter  Enter Installer’s Programming Enter Keypad Assignment Section Enter Partition and Slot Section Enter a two-digit number. The first number represents the partition assigned to the keypad: Enter data  Enter data  Enter data  for Global Mode for Partition 1 for Partition 2 The second digit represents the supervisory slot: Enter data  to  for supervisory slot #1 to #8 The same procedure must be performed on each keypad. Note: Keypads must each be assigned to a specific slot for the keypads to be properly supervised. Note: If an LCD5500Z keypad is connected to the panel, it must be assigned to slot #8 for downloading purposes. In addition, only one LCD5500(Z) can be assigned to Slot 8. If LCD programming changes are made using the DLS software, the keypad assigned to slot #8 will transmit the changes to all the other LCD5500Z keypads on the system after the download is complete. Step 3 – Module Supervisory Reset Since all modules are automatically detected and supervised by the panel within the first minute after being connected, a Module Supervisory trouble condition may occur after keypad slot assignments are changed. After all keypads have been assigned to a Partition and Slot, perform the following to perform a Module Supervisory Reset: Enter [*][Installer’s Code] Enter  Press [#] [#] Enter Installer’s Programming Enter Module Supervision Reset Exit Installer Programming Wait 1 minute. To verify what modules are present, perform the following: Enter [*][Installer’s Code] Enter  Enter Installer’s Programming Enter Module Supervision Display The keypad will display the modules present. Note: LED keypads will be limited to the number of modules it can display. To determine which LED represents which module, refer to the Installation Manual, Section 2.7. Technical Tips: 1. If a keypad is assigned to partition 2 and partition 2 is not enabled, the keypad will not function. To correct the issue, press and hold the [#] key for 3 seconds then press and hold  to temporarily assign the keypad to partition 1. Enter Installer Programming and enable partition 2 (Step 1 above). 2. To temporarily assign a global keypad to a partition, press and hold  for partition 1 or  for partition 2. If no key is pressed for 20 seconds the keypad will return to the global state. 3. A partition keypad can be temporarily assigned to another partition. To do this, press and hold the [#] key for 3 seconds. The keypad will beep three times. Press and hold  for partition 1 or  for partition 2. If no key is pressed for 20 seconds the keypad will return to the partition it was originally assigned to. Quick Test: Violate a zone assigned to Partition 2 and ensure it is displayed on a partition 2 keypad.
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