What is Alexor?
ALEXOR is a wireless control panel, the “virtual” brain that communicates wirelessly to DSC wireless peripherals – both 2-Way and all other DSC 433MHz wireless devices. Because it is a distributed system, the panel is not attached to the keypad physically, but rather wirelessly.
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How do I partition my DSC alarm?
- Step 1 – Partition 2 Enable. To enable Partition 2, turn Option  ON in Section .
- Step 2 – Partition 1 Zone Enable. At default, zones 1 – 8 are enabled on Partition 1.
- Step 3 – Partition 2 Zone Enable. To enable a zone on Partition 2, turn ON the appropriate option in the correct Section.
Why does my DSC alarm keep beeping?
That infernal beeping is likely happening because your alarm panel has detected one or more trouble conditions. Some common beep-inducing issues include low battery indications, battery failure, phone line failure, and communication issues. Before you do anything, make sure that your system is disarmed.
What are partitions in alarm system?
A partition refers to a sectioned-off division of an alarm system that can be operated independently from the rest of the system. On a partitioned system, only the zones associated with the partition will be affected.
What is a partition in DSC alarm system?
A partition is a group of zones that can be armed/disarmed separately from other partitions (groups of zones) on the same alarm system.
How do I silence my DSC beeping?
NOTE: Pressing [*] will stop the keypad from continuously beeping. However we recommend you contact your service provider to fix the trouble condition as soon as possible.
What is alarm shunt?
Alarm Shunt – a pre-defined programmable period of time when alarms are NOT sent to the monitoring station due to a legitimate, authorized entry into or exit from an area which is in an armed state. Shunt times are subject to the University Standard Shunt Time Policy as stated below.
What is partitioning a hard drive?
Partitions are also sometimes called disk partitions and when someone uses the word drive, they usually mean a partition with a drive letter assigned. How Do You Partition a Hard Drive? In Windows, basic hard drive partitioning is done via the Disk Management tool.
What are the different types of partitions?
Some terms you’ll see associated with a partition include primary, active, extended, and logical partitions. More on this below. Partitions are also sometimes called disk partitions and when someone uses the word drive, they usually mean a partition with a drive letter assigned.
What is a primary partition?
Any partition that has an operating system installed to it is called a primary partition. The partition table portion of a master boot record allows for up to 4 primary partitions on a single hard drive.
What is an extended partition?
An extended partition can’t hold data in and of itself. Instead, an extended partition is simply the name used to describe a container that holds other partitions that do hold data, which are called logical partitions . Stay with us…