Scantronic i-on40 single door contact

20 Oct 2010
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This being a hybrid system, all the detectors and contacts I'm using are wired. I'm using FSL wiring system and I'm using the resistors supplied (2.2K & 4.7k). So the wiring in the PIR's is like this;

PIR - zone ---------A___/ ____ A ------2k2----T T---------zone, so the 4k7 is across the alarm circuit and the 2k2 is in line with the tamper circuit, this is correct right?

for the door contact I've done the same - the 4k7 across the reed and the 2k2 in line.

On the system I've set this up as Final exit and this is set to chime but whatever I do it does not chime! I only set it up to chime only because I could not for the life of me get it to work on the system - it simply was configured but behaving like it was not there. When I run the walk test it seems to work and if I go into the Facilities and check that the chime is enabled it works while I'm in that menu but as soon as I exit out, it stops.

I'm not fussed about the chime but I want to make sure it wired correctly and working!

any ideas?
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Wiring sounds okay, does it walk test okay?
Turn on chime in zone programming under attributes.
Then in user menu turn it on also.
Thanks Alarm, will give that a go.

Just read on another post on this site that I should have the contact on a different zone/circuit. It is on its own zone but does share the wiring at the control panel with another zone, should I have it completely separate? Also should I configure it as a double knock?

Thanks again
Well its EOL/FSL it needs to be separate.
And do not put contacts on double knock.
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it is on its own but you know when wiring the zones up at the panel you have a total of 3 connectors for every 2 zones, one alarm wire from each zone into the corresponding connector and then you join the remaining two together and they go into the middle connector.

I will try what you have suggested and come back to you Alarm

thanks mate
Yes a common negative, so to speak. So 3 inputs share two zones.

I thought you meant you were going to put two zones into the same pair, as in parallel.

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