Sensor Groups on the IQ Panel 2 - Overview

Sensor Groups on the IQ Panel 2 - Overview


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hi Dale iris Joey are from alarm grid and today we're going to talk about sensor groups on the closest iq2 panel now sensor groups basically tell the panel how the sensor is going to act if you ever worked with a Honeywell panel the sensor response type will be the same thing so might bring up some memories on the panel today we actually have two different sensors that we're going to add to the panel and we're going to show you the different sensor group options that you see one thing to know on the closest iq2 is that the sensor groups that you have available they may only show certain ones depending on what kind of sensor you do actually enroll into the system so depending on the sensor type that's going to change what sensor groups you have available also different sensor groups are available depending on which firmware you have loaded onto your IQ too so a good thing to do first is to upgrade it to the latest firmware to make sure that you have all the available sensor groups for whatever sensor you're going to learn in the first sensor that we're going to learn in today is a regular inner logics contact this guy right here works on the three 19.5 frequency which is compatible with our IQ to the other sensor that we're going to learn in is actually a key fob and this key fob works on the power G frequency that is an option you can actually have on the IQ - it's a daughter card that installs in the system and one of the good benefits or one of the the major touting points of the power G is how far it's communication ranges from the system did you have any questions about power G though feel free to reach out to us and we'll be more than happy to explain all the different features that you get with this technology now as we have a key fob but we have a contact when we learn the minute we're going to see two different sensor types which are going to give us different sensor groups as a good example so on our system first we have to go into our sensor and Ruhlman screen so I'm going to slide down from the top click on settings advanced settings I'll do my default dealer code to two to two I'm going to do installation devices and then security sensors from here I'm going to do auto learn sensor first I'll do the inner logic sensor and as you can see because I moved the magnet away from it and faulted it it showed up on the system just to make sure that this is the sensor though I'm going to do that one more time and as you can see we're getting the same number for the serial we definitely know that this sensor is learning into the system so I'm going to click on OK and as you can see the sensor type comes in as door and window and the sensor group comes in as number 10 entry exit normal to life this would be useful if you're installing this on the front door or any door that you're going to go in and out of the house now if we click on sensor group you'll see that we have a whole bunch of other sensor groups available for this particular sensor type that we're learning it if we change the sensor type to let's say emotion you'll see that our sensor group does change to different options so if you're getting creative with your sense door installation and you need to do a different thing based on an arming setting or something else with the system checking out the different sensor types can possibly allow you to install the sensor in whatever situation or trying to install it in you're just going to want to make sure that you know exactly what the sensor is doing when you do program it in as such so let's go back I'm going to set this to a regular door and window sensor and track that's fine front door is good I'm gonna leave it as that so I click add new and now the sensor is programmed in the system now with power G sensors you actually have to hold down the main button or the learn button it's going to flash it's going to turn off and then the LEDs going to flash again or illuminate and that's going to be when you release the button to learn into the system the key fob we're going to use the the panic button right here as this doesn't have a learn button on the back of it again if you have any questions about and rolling the power G to the system feel free to reach out to us we'll be more than happy to help so I'm going to go ahead and press and hold the button we got one light and now I'm gonna let go when the light turns back on and stays on so I let go now and there we go you see the system did pick it up so if I click OK here we'll see that our source says power G which is what we want is this is working on the power G frequency and you'll also see that the sensor type is an auxilary pendant and our sensor group is different from our contact that we enroll dead right now it's mobile auxilary click that you'll see that you have a whole bunch of different sensor groups that are that will work best with the panic key fob that we have here but we're just gonna leave that as this I click add new it's gonna add in the sensor and there we go there's our two sensors with the sensor groups that we want for these particular devices I'm gonna go ahead and click the home button they're both programmed in and ready to go if you have any questions about the IQ 2 sensor groups on the system and rolling in sensors or power G feel free to reach out to us head over to our website www.drtimmerman.com to enjoy the video feel free to subscribe and if you want to be notified when we post future videos hit the notification button below and we'll send you an update when we do so thanks for watching and have a great day


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