KERUI Set-Up Questions
I am getting used to the Kerui system, however, it is not really intuitive.
1. I have attached a K16 wireless keypad, anyone know how to change standard password?
2. Zone concept: A remote is added to a zone, but a remote cannot be mount to more than one zone. The alarm system will be armed or disarmed in whole, if the alarm system is disarmed by a remote linked to zone 1, zone 2 that was armed as well will be disarmed also, ist that correct? If so, I do not see the reason adding remotes to a zone.
3. How to add the z08 repeater? I did not you manage to add the repeater to my kerui w2. I can add all kind of equipment to the repeater and it acts like an individual alarm system, but no luck to get the w2 to pair (nor as detector, remote control). Tried to press the set button in order to arm or disarm repeater, but my kerui alarm won't pair wit the repeater. Basically, what do I have to press on the alarm host and what on the z08 repeater in order to pair.
4. As I could not test (see 3) the repeater should be set up really as bi-directionally, really extending all functions. Does this work or is it just as a alarm transponder? I like to arm / disarm not only my repeater with the remote but also the alarm host itself. (maybe this one becomes obsolete when I find the solution to question 3...
Thank you folks for your help.
I have the same problem, I cannot configure the Kerui Z08 repeater with the Kerui W2 Alarm system.
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