7412 Programming

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I tried to program this panel the other day and it gives me an invalid
lock code message.  Is their a way to reset this?

James

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James B wrote:
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Nope. The panel will have to be completely defaulted, unless you can get
the previous company to remove their lock code.

Jim Rojas
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Thanks Jim, we put a call in to the previous company, but I doubt it
will do any good.  Can you tell me how to default the panel?

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James B wrote:
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The problem with defaulting the panel, is that it makes it useless
afterwards. The keypad will display CALL FOR SERVICE. You need special
software to load a fresh program to the SRAM chip. If you send me the
panel, I can do it in a few minutes.

Jim Rojas
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8002 Cornwall Lane
Tampa, FL 33615-4604
813-884-6335

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So your saying its not possible to default the panel, and download the
programming from a 5200 programmer?  If thats the case I may need to
send it too you.

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Everyone knows there is a way to default a G series panel. Everyone knows no
one here is going to tell you how. Hint, it involves removing the lithium
battery and knowing the codes to get back in the panel. In case you don't
know already, removing the battery will make the panel inoperative. P.S. No
one at the factory will tell you how that's for certain.

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So your saying its not possible to default the panel, and download the
programming from a 5200 programmer?  If thats the case I may need to
send it too you.


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Yes that is true. However, a dead panel cannot be resurrected with a
5200 prgrammer without the factory code. I instead load the SRAM
directly since the factory will not share their way of doing it.

Radionics uses 1980's technology...does CPM come to mind?

Jim Rojas
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8002 Cornwall Lane
Tampa, FL 33615-4604
813-884-6335

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I hate Radix panels.  Some say that's the only way to build a
'big' system but that's not true.

CPM was a little before my time, but I did write programs using
"debug" in machine language in DOS 5 for school projects.






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Unless writing BASIC programs on my old Vic-20 counts?


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Almost all manufacturers still use 80's technology unfortunately, that
7412 is a good panel tho

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I liked the 80"s

Doug



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There were 80's?

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Beat the 70's for sure

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