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Hi, I have a Caddx nx I need to change one of my current zones which is a basement door that currently alarms when tripped. The key panel is a nxE. I have the program code Mqnual am not sure of the sequence. Rather than screw up the setting I hope someone can lay out the steps.
That’s pretty straight forward: Enter 25 to go to the section for zone types. When you run out of segments, it goes back to the section selection level.
When you are done, press the [exit] key twice to return to run mode. Find all posts by MrRonFL. OK I am with you so far. Just to make sure I understand. Once I get to the segment I want to edit. In my case its zone 5.
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Is it as simple as 15 ,15 ,15Does that make sence? Ok, you are getting the steps a little scrambled. It’s 0 program the main control 25 go to section There is no way to set individual, zone by zone delays. The defaults for both delay1 and delay2 are 30sec entry and 60 manua, exit. Do you have the installer manual for this manuual. I like these systems, but they are not easy to program without having the programming charts to refer to.
Yes, I do have the manual. I also found another more detailed one on-line.
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I will give it a try tonight when I get home. I will post results. Mahual so much MrRonFL!!! Alll is working well. I do have one other question. I went back in to do a review to see if I could better understand the settings and there is one thing I am cddx sure about.
I am assuming that based on the ” default zone types” is what these numbers represent. Can you explain in future detail, in the event I need to reprogram another zone? The LEDs are giving you binary numbers. Refer to the table on the first page of the section on proramming the control. You add the digits: The caddxx on page 18 of the manual tells you what each zone type does: For example, your zone 3 totals 6 which is an instant zone.
The trick with these devices, is you have to wade through the manuals. They tend to be poorly organized and laid out, but the information is in there.
Hi, I need to cadxx a similar thing. I recently moved into a house with an ADT alarm, the only identification of the type of alarm is on the control box Networx NX I have never programmed an alarm before, only computers: P i had a service guy come down to reset the alarm code but there are two zones which need an entry delay to be able enter the side door of the house when the alarm is armed without it sounding Yes, Caddx is one of those rare lines where all of the models program identically.
The only real nc4 between the NX-4 and NX-8 is the number of zones the unit will caddxx, and the number of partitions available. If ADT set the system up, the installer code is probably If you don’t have the installer code it takes dealer software to bypass the installer code. Thanks for your help MrRon, I am in australia, would this change the installer code?
If i try out these programming commands, will it tell me somehow if the code i have is incorrect? So far, for years, ADT has been pretty consistant in the use manal for a programmer code. Let us know if it works or not. Not sure if that is relevant, but i thought i would try it.
You can try the factory default,but I doubt that it will work. I used that code and it liked it!! I hope i did it right, i dont want jx4 test it at the moment its I assume its just the setup of my alarm Thanks heaps for your help Ron! You’re a legend I will let you know if it works when i test it out. An NX-8 cadx support 48 zones, but the programming segments are in groups of 8.
You might have just miscounted as you stepped through the segments. That was a stroke of luck. After testing nd4 alarm out during the day, as to not wake any neighbours!! I have gone over my cadsx, is there something i am doing wrong which makes me go to the wrong locations?? If you say that this is a NX-4, unless there’s something radically different about the export version of this system, then there’s something that I’m missing in your description of your steps.
The only program locations that should have more than 8 segments are the phone number locations, and the sections for setting zone characteristics. Option selection sections like 24 program differently than the data entry sections. You select the options by simply selecting the digit listed for a given feature.
The led for that feature will turn on when you are in that segment. Give the chapter on programming and programming data a thorough read, just to make sure that you aren’t inadvertently entered an unexpected location. Sorry Ron, I had 3 in my head!
The weird thing in location 25 was the segments i wrote them all down were: The weird thing is the values 4,5,6,7 and 2,3,4,5 are invalid for standard zone types in the table it only goes up to I also noticed that the sensors arent as sensitive since i changed the values you really need to jump infront of thembut this might just be my imagination The unit i have has an adt control cadrx no display and the box up in the cupboard has a big “NETWORX” image with NX-4 written on it.
I could take a photo of it if that would help identify it!! When you enter a program code, you dont need to ring the company for the alarm to download some code or something? I havent read anything like that in the manual Just a branding change after being bought by GE a few years ago. Are there any other boards in this can other than the majual control?
I don’t believe so. There are only 7 zones, one is the smoke alarm. I havent opened the box because i think it trips the alarm when its opened.
I had the phone company reconnect my house and when they opened the box the alarm went off and the service light stayed on until i called adt. So you think i might be programming the wrong module?
Could it be possible that the board is in a different position in the box? You definitely have an expansion board of some type. A NX-4 only has 4 hardwired zones without any add-ons. Even with add-ons a NX-4 maxes out at 8 zones. The board locations in programming are a specific mmanual.
Only certain devices use specific addresses. Is your system wired or wireless? The areas where you got 4 lit digits look more like one of the option select areas. Are there any programming options that could give us some diagnostics about the boards that are installed?
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Also, just aside, in the manual, what is a “UL” installation? If if was wireless, there would be a couple of antennae poking out of the system box, and you would have transmitters on many of the locations instead of just contacts. Either there is a hardwired expander board, or they used the zone-doubling scheme to get 7 zones out of a NX There is no keypad level diagnostic.
Normally, I just open the box and look. The system sounds like it has a tamper switch on the panel door. Just call your monitoring center, put it on test, and look.