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Contact ID with Napco 1016e?

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by [email protected], Aug 26, 2005.

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  1. Guest

    I don't see an option on my Napco 1016e panel to implement Contact ID
    as a data format. Is there another name used by Napco for CID?

    Thanks in advance,

    Rob Houston
  2. Jim Rojas

    Jim Rojas Guest

    Try Ademco Point ID

    Jim Rojas
  3. Guest

    Thanks, Jim, I think there is an Ademco option there. I'll give it a

  4. Jim Rojas

    Jim Rojas Guest

    Make sure the respective BURG or FIRE wording under report codes is present
    on each zone. Otherwise the signals will not be sent.

    Jim Rojas
  5. Guest


    Is "Ademco Slow" the same as Contact ID? My Napco Quickloader software
    only lists "Ademco Slow or Silent Knight Slow" as options, not Ademco
    Point ID.


  6. Jim Rojas

    Jim Rojas Guest

    Then 4x2 universal high speed format 2300 handshake & kissoff.
    That's as fast as you can go I think.

    Make sure your 4x2 report codes are all correct.

    Jim Rojas
  7. Guest


    The one thing I seem to be missing for my 4X2 report codes is restore
    codes. Are restore codes generally used by Central Stations?

    Thanks again,

  8. Crash Gordon

    Crash Gordon Guest

    Whatever you want them to be - you make up the codes and tell your cs what
    you're gonna use. If your gonna use old formats on other panels stick to one
    setup and your cs should be able to build a template for ya.

    whatever you want....
    60's for restores.
    50's for shunts
    30-49 for burgs
  9. Jim Rojas

    Jim Rojas Guest

    I generally use restores for fire zones and low battery signals.

    I like using F for Trouble, E for Restore

    F1 = Smoke Trouble Zone 1
    E1 = Smoke Restore Zone 1
    F8 = Low Battery Trouble
    E8 = Low Battery Restore

    You can use whatever you like...just keep it simple.

    Jim Rojas
  10. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    Ask your CS. Often-times they have a standard format for dealers sending
    4-2. I know mine does and it's good to stick with that so you don't confuse
    the issue.
  11. Guest

    Thanks, guys. All good advice.


  12. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    The 1016E can't do Point ID, the Ademco option is for 4/2 slow
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