FBI XL-2T

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Recently I bought a FBI XL-2T alarm system. I installed it correctly.
But I no idea how to program it. I read thru the instruction
manual........   nothing workout sofar. Can anybody help me on this
please. I am looking for thge information like very detailed & A-Z.
Thanks in advance.


Re: FBI XL-2T
Rlb is a monkey that can program alarm panels.  gonna take a lot of bananas,
though.

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Re: FBI XL-2T
"Slim" wrote:
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Naah.  Programming help is free.  No bananas required, but I've never
gone ape over FBII panels.

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Re: FBI XL-2T
On Oct 3, 9:11?am, pratheep...@gmail.com wrote:
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Not to be nasty or anything, but I think that this is just about the
easiest panel in the world to program.

However, that being said, the simplest and most detailed information
you can get on it is directly from the programing section in the
manual. I don't think it can be expressed any more basic than that.


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Well obviously you aren't too bright, if you can't program something that
simple what makes you think you installed it correctly?



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Mark Leuck wrote:
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Ouch!!!  :-)

Re: FBI XL-2T
Well I programed it have way. I can arm  & disarm it. So if anything
happened the siren makes noise.I want to know some detail information
about to program it to call upto 4 phone #.


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pratheeps26@gmail.com wrote:
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It will call any number you program into it.  It will expect to hear a
special high frequency tone and then transmit the alarm or trouble code.
  It will then expect another high frequency tone (called the
"kiss-off") and hang up.  If it doesn't receive the special tone (you've
programmed it to dial a telephone number that doesn't have a central
station receiver on it), it will hang up and try again.  It will keep
doing this for a preset number of times (I believe the default is eight)
and then the keypads will go into "trouble".  They will display a
communication fault that you can only reset by powering the system down
and then back up again.  If you DO program it to dial your cell phone,
you'll see your home phone number come up on your call display.  When
you answer it, you'll hear "dead air" (the panel is waiting to hear that
special tone).  When you hang up, the panel will dial your number again.
  It will do this for the preset number of times.  You won't be able to
tell whether the panel is calling in a system trouble (like a low
battery), a fire alarm, or an intrusion.

Quit trying to be a "cheap prick" and call a local alarm company to have
your system professionally monitored!  :-)

Re: FBI XL-2T
Or learn to whistle at the correct freq. for the handshake and
kissoff...then learn Alarmglish to interpret what message it has to send.

It ain't rocket science just a failure to communicate.

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Crash Gordon
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<I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe>
| pratheeps26@gmail.com wrote:
| > Well I programed it have way. I can arm  & disarm it. So if anything
| > happened the siren makes noise.I want to know some detail information
| > about to program it to call upto 4 phone #.
| >
|
|
| It will call any number you program into it.  It will expect to hear a
| special high frequency tone and then transmit the alarm or trouble code.
|  It will then expect another high frequency tone (called the
| "kiss-off") and hang up.  If it doesn't receive the special tone (you've
| programmed it to dial a telephone number that doesn't have a central
| station receiver on it), it will hang up and try again.  It will keep
| doing this for a preset number of times (I believe the default is eight)
| and then the keypads will go into "trouble".  They will display a
| communication fault that you can only reset by powering the system down
| and then back up again.  If you DO program it to dial your cell phone,
| you'll see your home phone number come up on your call display.  When
| you answer it, you'll hear "dead air" (the panel is waiting to hear that
| special tone).  When you hang up, the panel will dial your number again.
|  It will do this for the preset number of times.  You won't be able to
| tell whether the panel is calling in a system trouble (like a low
| battery), a fire alarm, or an intrusion.
|
| Quit trying to be a "cheap prick" and call a local alarm company to have
| your system professionally monitored!  :-)



Re: FBI XL-2T
Crash Gordon wrote:
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It *is* rocket science.  And "failure to communicate" is something Bass'
customers frequently complain about.  :-)

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sot: What's the handshake freq. with CID, do you know off-hand?

Got a buddy who's gonna try this same stupid thing and Vista 20p's not gonna
dump the communication failure unless he powers down...so I know I'll get a
phone call on Wednesday! I know I know,  but he's stubborn and he wanted to
try it anyway!





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<I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe>
| Crash Gordon wrote:
| > Or learn to whistle at the correct freq. for the handshake and
| > kissoff...then learn Alarmglish to interpret what message it has to
send.
| >
| > It ain't rocket science just a failure to communicate.
| >
|
| It *is* rocket science.  And "failure to communicate" is something Bass'
| customers frequently complain about.  :-)



Re: FBI XL-2T
Crash Gordon wrote:
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1400 or 2300 Hz...  I think most receivers will send both.  I believe
that's standard for most receivers, but Mark would be in a better
position to answer that.  1600 Hz is a non-standard tone that's used for
export versions of some of the DSC "Power" products.

Re: FBI XL-2T
You could always enter then exit programming, that'll clear it up.



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Re: FBI XL-2T
ah, forgot to try that...yah that should work.
or teach him to whistle at 1400/2300

kinda dumb you can't clear the com fail with the master code + off or
something along those lines.

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Crash Gordon
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<I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe>
| You could always enter then exit programming, that'll clear it up.
|
|
|
| > sot: What's the handshake freq. with CID, do you know off-hand?
| >
| > Got a buddy who's gonna try this same stupid thing and Vista 20p's not
| gonna
| > dump the communication failure unless he powers down...so I know I'll
get
| a
| > phone call on Wednesday! I know I know,  but he's stubborn and he wanted
| to
| > try it anyway!
| >
| >
| >
| >
| >
| > --
| > Crash Gordon
| > -------ouch------
| >
| > <I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe>
| message
| > | Crash Gordon wrote:
| > | > Or learn to whistle at the correct freq. for the handshake and
| > | > kissoff...then learn Alarmglish to interpret what message it has to
| > send.
| > | >
| > | > It ain't rocket science just a failure to communicate.
| > | >
| > |
| > | It *is* rocket science.  And "failure to communicate" is something
Bass'
| > | customers frequently complain about.  :-)
| >
| >
|
|



Re: FBI XL-2T
I didn't get anything guys......


Re: FBI XL-2T
On Oct 9, 6:18?pm, pratheep...@gmail.com wrote:
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Try whistling louder.


Re: FBI XL-2T
It should dial your cell, but it will just ring and you'll hear dead air
most likely since you cant give the handshake.
If it doesn't ring your phone, check your programming and wiring to the SNI.




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Crash Gordon
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<I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe>
|I didn't get anything guys......
|



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