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Wizard IIe /Napco 1632

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by [email protected], Apr 8, 2006.

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  1. Guest


    I can't seem to arm my system through the Wizard IIe. All other
    functions work disarm,control outputs 1-3, reset, etc. When I attempt
    to arm, I get "invalid disarm code". Any ideas? I am setup as keypad
    id=002 and keypad type in the 1632 is set to "wizard"

    Thanks in advance!
  2. Have you configure the Wizard IIe as keypad #1?


    Robert L Bass

    Bass Burglar Alarms
    The Online DIY Store
  3. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest

    I never had to do that on any panels. In fact becasue I liek to leave KP1
    for programming on site I would never put the wizard on one.

    I can think of a couple things. First off. There are two codes for a
    wizard. The wizard code, and then the user code you have programmed into
    the panel. You can set the wizard to use or not to use the wizard access

    The other thing that comes to mind is whether or not you have assigned the
    wizard to an area. It assigns just like any other keypad.

    Although to be honest the description of your problem doesn't seem to make
    any sense.

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  4. Bob, You're right about the keypad #01 assignment. I was remembering wrong.
    The limitation of using KP #01 only applies to enabling the client to use the
    Wizard IIe to change user codes. Doing so will prevent use of other keypads for
    that function.

    I suspect the gentleman is simply entering an erroneous user code. It might be
    easier to correct the situation by defaulting the Wizard IIe and re-writing its


    Robert L Bass

    Bass Burglar Alarms
    The Online DIY Store
  5. Jim

    Jim Guest

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Remembering wrong ...... HA HA HA HA HA HA

    Translation: You don't know shit about Napco products.

    Suuuuurrrrrre ....... EVERYONE want's to use the Wizard to change
    codes..... yeh.......sureeeeeer they do!

    Oh GREAT solution. After spending an hour to individually program,
    every letter of every word in every zone description, you suggest that
    he erase all that and start over again. GOOD JOB ............ you

    The solution is in the difference between the access code and the user
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