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Hi can anyone one run through how I program a zone as a keyswitch on the accenta G4 alarm it has the remote key pad. I've installed a Konnected wireless interface which has a relay for setting the alarm from a mobile but I can't find the instructions for setting the zone as a keyswitch in the manuals at all. Thanks.
 
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go into zone config. select zone number, then zone type is "5" for keyswitch.
 

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dunno how to do on LED, if in fact you can. might be an idea to buy a LCD pad.
 
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Spoke to a technician at honeywell who said the g4 can't have its zones programmed as a keyswitch so I might be screwed. How though does a GSM dialer set and unset the g4? As I know you can buy them
 
Spoke to a technician at honeywell who said the g4 can't have its zones programmed as a keyswitch so I might be screwed. How though does a GSM dialer set and unset the g4? As I know you can buy them
Hi John, I’m in the same situation, I have the Accenta G4 with LCD panels. I’ve ordered the Konnected board and now searching how it can be remotely armed/disarmed. I didn’t realise you couldn’t program a zone as an arm/disarm function, I also thought the dialler may be a way around it. Let me know how you get on I will also do a little digging.
 
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Thanks for getting in touch, I'm sure there must be a way, I was thinking of finding out how the set/unset input comes from the keypad and seeing if the konnected relay/momentary switch could make that signal thus setting the alarm but I'm unsure how to check this.
 
Thanks for getting in touch, I'm sure there must be a way, I was thinking of finding out how the set/unset input comes from the keypad and seeing if the konnected relay/momentary switch could make that signal thus setting the alarm but I'm unsure how to check this.
John

If you haven’t resolved your problem would you be willing to part company with your interface board. It sounds as though you actually need the new Konnected Alarm Panel board linked to the new interface add-on for what you are trying to achieve.

Jon
 
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