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Category: Quick Start Guides

How To Disable Devices Via Panel or Software On Advanced MxPro Panels

In this video Laura Shaw from Advanced demonstrates how to disabled devices via the panel front end and software on the MxPro 5 and MxPro 4 range of addressable fire alarm panels.

How To Change Level 3 Access Code On Advanced MxPro 5 Panels

In this video Paul Duffy from Advanced Electronics provides a demonstration on how to get a level 3 access code for a MxPro 5 panel in the event when this code has been changed.

Panel and PC Upload Download Guide For Advanced MxPro5 Panels

In this video Paul Duffy from Advanced Electronics provides a demonstration on how to take an upload/download from an MxPro5 panel to a PC using the Advanced upload/download cable.

EN54-23 – The Pocket Guide

What is EN54-23, and how does it affect you? There’s new legislation on Visual Alarm Devices (VADs) and they’re causing a bit of confusion amongst installers. We’d like to help you to understand it, and make sure you’re up to date with the new European Standard. The standard specifies the minimum requirements for VADs, providing […]

Simplicity Quick Start Guide

Zeta Alarm Systems: Simplicity 64, 126, 252 Introduction The Simplicity Control Panel has 1 or 2 addressable device loop circuits which will accommodate 64, 126 or 252 devices according to the model selected. The panel is compatible with both Fyreye MKI and MKII loop protocols (which are both menu selectable depending on the devices you […]

Infinity Control Panel Quick Start Guide

Zeta Alarm Systems: Infinity 1-8 Zone Control Panel Introduction The Infinity Control Panel has 1, 2, 4, 6 or 8 detection circuits (or zones). 1 & 4 zone panels have 2 sounder circuits, whilst 4, 6 & 8 zone panels have 4 in total. The front cover and termination PCB should be removed before installation and […]

Twinflex Pro Quick Start Guide

Fike Safety: Twinflex Pro 2 Zone, Twinflex Pro 4  Zone & Twinflex Pro 8 Zone Introduction The Twinflex Pro Control Panel has 2, 4 or 8 combined 2-wire detection and sounder circuits (or zones) as standard and the 4 zone version will accept a 4z expansion card to increase this to 8 if required. The […]