new bellbox veritas panel and novagard box

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Hi guys quick question, need to swap my mothers bell box but not had chance to see it yet and study connections, however im planing on installing a Novagard 6 bellbox, panel is a veritas r8 i think, looked at connections online for veritas to older novagard then tried to interpret them into the new conections in the novagard 6 and i came up with the following:
pcb in panel to connection in box:
A - +12v,
B - S-,
C - TMP R,
D - 0V,
S - ST
and link from TMPF to 0V
Hope that is ok if someone who has done the swap can advise and any help is welcome thanks.
 
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looks good to start with I would have to check the tampers in the Nova manual

To be certain on how the tamper is wired, I always keep it simple and install panels and bellboxs that are from the same manufacturer avoids any confusion or blame when crossing.
 
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had a quick look in panel today and looks like he's taken black - neg to the aux 12v / 0v terminals, then red + is in terminal A, then a link between B and C then blue and yellow in the last couple.
 
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a picture might be useful.

if thats at the panel d(0V) and c (tamper) are usually linked so the panel doesn't see the tamper from the bell box, b and c linked at the panel doesn't sound right to me.
 
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could be D and C then, was in a rush at the time just had a quick look. So if thats D and C meaning theres no tamper in the bell box? If i swap this box for a novagard as planned i can just get rid of the link and wire as described in 1st post? Thanks.
 

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