Advice on second bell box - Texecom Premier

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  1. DJAZS

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    Hi, I was wondering if someone could offer me some advice...

    A while back I fitted a Texecom Premier 48 system to my parents house. I am expanding the system to create a second area to cover the garage/outbuildings which are detached from the house. I have a PSU200XP unit and RKP to fit in the garage meaning that I will just need to run a network cable out to it.
    However, I also want to fit a second bell box to the gable end of the garage as the main house box is a fair distance away from the garage. So, how do I go about wiring up this second bell box, do I need to run a second cable out to the garage connected in parallel to the bell box already connected at the main panel, or is it possible to do something with the outputs on the 8XP module, or something else? Any advice would be much appreciated
     
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    Run a sounder off the expander in SCB mode. Easiest way.
     
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    use outputs on xp8 and use the programable input on the bottom of the xp8 as sab or scb to give you a 0v and tamper return
     
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