Three things could be wrong with the intallation:
1. You have not gone through the re-enrollment of RS-485 data bus devices and the M1 does not know the M1KPAS exists. The lights work but entering the code does not. Use installer menu 1 to re-enroll all devices.
2. There is a keypad address conflict. Make sure the M1KPAS is not set to the same address as any other keypad and re-enroll.
3. Data bus not terminated properly. Make sure you have the data bus terminating jumper in place on two devices as explained on page 7 of the M1 instructions.
On the PSC05 the most common problem is the telephone cord is built wrong. There must be 4 conductors and the ends must be in place in the proper direction. The M1 manual explains which direction the telephone cord must be build on the ends. You have a 50:50 chance of it being built right.
Thanks for the reply.
I have done the following:
1. I re-enrolled the keypad twice and even changed the address on it to device 5 just to be sure it was working.
2. See 1 above.
3. I am using home run Cat5 cables to both keypads and also including a Zone Expander in the chain.
(a)The Zone Expander is located in the M1 cabinet with a short section of Cat5 Cable and it is the second device in the string with no terminating jumper.
(b)The Arming Station is the 3rd device and has termination jumper installed.
©The primary keypad is the 1st device with no terminating jumper.
(d)The M1 has a terminating jumper installed.
I used the G + GW outbound and bridged them to O + OW at each device then bridged the O + OW back to G + GW at the panel for the next device cable. I even avoided bridging the two pairs at the last device( Arming Station) in order to avoid possible issue with an un-terminated pair coming back to cabinet.
I believe this is the same thing that a M1DBH does with CAT5 Jacks.
The odd thing is that the System will accept user arming codes from this station but will not respond to exact same code for disarm.
The RP software appears to have very little functionality for programming this unit?
On the PSC05:
I tried (3) different 4 wire phone cables on the X10 interface with same results. I even stole one of them from a functional phone but it could still be bad since a phone only needs two conducters. I will do an end-to-end continuity check on them.