How Do I Learn the DSC PG9939 Key Fob to the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus?
You can learn the DSC PG9939 Key Fob to the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus by pressing and holding the Star (*) button with the panel in its wireless enrollment mode. You should hold the fob button until an LED light appears a second time. Then release the fob button with the LED still illuminated.
The DSC PG9939 is a PowerG Sensor that will work with any Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus System that has a PowerG daughtercard installed and functioning. The 4-button keyfob is generally used for arming and disarming and triggering system panics.
Complete the following steps to enroll a DSC PG9939 Key Fob with a Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus:
1. Enter enrollment mode. Begin from the main screen of the IQ Panel 2 Plus. Make sure the system is disarmed. Press the small grey bar at the top of the screen. Select Settings > Advanced Settings > Installer Code (default is 1111) > Installation > Devices > Security Sensors > Auto Learn Sensor. The IQ Panel 2 Plus will go into its wireless enrollment mode for learning in new sensors.
2. Enroll the key fob. Press and hold the Star (*) button on the key fob. This is also sometimes called the panic button or the auxiliary button. The LED light on the key fob should illuminate briefly. Keep holding down the button. The LED light will illuminate again a few seconds later. Release the button while the LED light is illuminated the second time. The panel should recognize the sensor and ask you if you want to enroll it. Press OK to continue.
3. Configure the settings. Go through and adjust the settings for the sensor as needed. The Sensor DL ID field should be filled in automatically. The Sensor Type should be "Key Fob". You can find a complete list of Sensor Groups on Page 47 of the IQ Panel 2 Plus Installation Guide. The options for Sensor Name, Chime Type and Voice Prompts can be whatever you would like. Set Source to PowerG, if necessary. Then press Add New to continue. You can then return to the home screen by pressing the picture of the house at the bottom of the screen.
4. Test the sensor. Contact your central monitoring station and have them put your system on test mode to avoid triggering any false alarms. Try using the key fob to arm and disarm your system. If you intend to use the panic feature, be sure to test this as well. If you can control the system using your key fob, then it was programmed successfully. You can then take the system off of test mode.
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