EnvisaLink EVL-4EZR on DSC / Trouble

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pslatin
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EnvisaLink EVL-4EZR on DSC / Trouble

Postby pslatin » Sun Mar 29, 2020 6:14 pm

I just finished installing an EVL-4 on my DSC832 system and everything seems to be working ok but I still have a yellow trouble light with the problem being "Communications".

For background: I had a DSC Escort5580 installed which I removed and I re-purposed the RED-BLK-YEL-GRN while from the main panel to the Escort and used that to connect to the EVL-4. Like I said, it seems to be working fine. All the green LED's are lit, I can use the website, the mobile app, etc.

I have also done the following per recommendations on this forum and/or elsewhere:

- Disable the phone line: *8 5555 015 7 ##
- Turn off test transmissions (which are no longer needed): *8 5555 371 9999 ##
- Turn off the phone dialer: *8 5555 380 1 ##

Any thoughts?

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Re: EnvisaLink EVL-4EZR on DSC / Trouble

Postby GrandWizard » Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:08 pm

Submit a tech support request from your Eyezon portal by going to Request Support.

Alarm-Trouble
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Re: EnvisaLink EVL-4EZR on DSC / Trouble

Postby Alarm-Trouble » Tue May 12, 2020 8:44 pm

I have the same or a similar problem.
Although all sensors are closed/ cleared, I receive the message “Partition 1 not ready - Trouble”
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On the app it looks like this:
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Sensor 2 and 8 had been closed recently.

What can I do?

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Perhaps a little background on the entire installation:
- DSC PC1832 plus Wireless Receiver/ Sender (the thingy on the upper left corner)
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- PK5500
- Some sensors are wired, some are connected wirelessly
- an old wireless COX HomeLife pad still receives signals from all devices, but it doesn’t go anywhere (monitoring by COS disconnected; COX router not connected) = system time does not update
- System can be armed using the PK5500 keypad and the COX HomeLife wireless pad; arming via EyezOn portal does not work/ fails
- I was planning to connect the EVL4 via WiFi with the router; that failed, therefore it is connected via LAN


Hope anyone can help. Thanks and sorry that I don’t have the proper terminology for all the elements.

Alarm-Trouble
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Re: EnvisaLink EVL-4EZR on DSC / Trouble

Postby Alarm-Trouble » Fri May 22, 2020 7:53 pm

Alarm-Trouble wrote:I have the same or a similar problem.
Although all sensors are closed/ cleared, I receive the message “Partition 1 not ready - Trouble”
7119098B-06EF-492C-B450-720EAFB1CFC1.jpeg

On the app it looks like this:
7DEFEF48-ED6C-4C03-B611-1618ABE8832B.jpeg
Sensor 2 and 8 had been closed recently.

What can I do?

—-
Perhaps a little background on the entire installation:
- DSC PC1832 plus Wireless Receiver/ Sender (the thingy on the upper left corner)
5E92BEF7-BDA9-44DB-8ECB-7C9C4D888468.jpeg
- PK5500
- Some sensors are wired, some are connected wirelessly
- an old wireless COX HomeLife pad still receives signals from all devices, but it doesn’t go anywhere (monitoring by COS disconnected; COX router not connected) = system time does not update
- System can be armed using the PK5500 keypad and the COX HomeLife wireless pad; arming via EyezOn portal does not work/ fails
- I was planning to connect the EVL4 via WiFi with the router; that failed, therefore it is connected via LAN


Hope anyone can help. Thanks and sorry that I don’t have the proper terminology for all the elements.


Is anyone out there who could possibly help?


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