Pyronix Euro 46 V10 Hybrid Panel Small - KX10DP and DeltaBellX Help?

1 Dec 2021
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United Kingdom
I am in the process of replacing my old out of date wired alarm system with the Pyronix Hybrid Euro46 Small V10 (Grade2) Control Panel and Wired PIRs ( Pyronix KX10DP ) and Wired Pyronix DeltaBell X Module

But on wiring up the PIRs I have come to a problem with the instructions that came in the box that do not help me deciding... ( I basically bought 7 of these PIRs as was told they do NOT require fidly resistors ) But am not sure which setup to go for: 6a, 6b or 6c?
As am not fussed, but want the easiest standard quickest setup

Instructions that came with the Pyronix KX10DP PIRs


Also with the Pyronix DeltaBell X2 Module, I have attached a pic of my wiring as i wanted to opt for the Engineer Hold option but having looked at the wiring instructions it says to wire it to PGM on the E46s control panel? (Which one though as PGM has 3 options: NC, C or NO?

My DeltaBell X:


Control Panel:


Instructions that came with the bell:


Instructions in the E46v10 Book:

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Thanks for the quick response sparkymarka - how do you mean?
So should I wire the ENG Hold on the Bell to
PGM - C on the E46S panel?
Link 0v to the common on the relay
Put the blue eng hold off wire in normally open on the relay
Program the relay as eng hold off
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Thanks again -
yes I saw the same on the Deltabell Plus and E instruction manual, Don't know why they did not include this diagram on my Deltabell X module
so will wire up as you mentioned and as per image below.
But when you say : "Program the relay as eng hold off"

Where do i need to change this in the Engineer mode on my Pyronix EUR-064 keypad?

Ok I got to the "CHANGE OUTPUTS" from the engineer mode -

but there are so many diff options:
- Endstation Outputs
- Zem Outputs
- Wireless Bells
- Output Modules
- Keypad Outputs
- Reader Outputs
- User Outputs

and then many other Sub menus -

Any chance someone can tell me exactly what options i need to choose....?

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