Texecom Premier 48 - Bell Box Connections

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  1. ian1234

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    Hi,

    I was after a bit of guidance with fitting a Texecom Premier 48 panel. I'm getting help from a mate who's fitted several other panels and is confident with the wiring but the setup/location of the PIR's is under debated.

    Is there a recommended way of letting a system bed in without annoying all the neighbours?, for example, can the system be used for a couple of weeks with the sounder/bell box disconnected. This will allow me to check
    the logs and be confident I won't be getting lots of false alarms.

    Mainly posting this because a neighbour had an alarm professionally fitted a few months back and it went off frequently for the first couple of weeks.

    Any help would be much appreciated.... cheers,
    Ian.
     
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    i've got my prem24 wired in with no outside sounder at the moment, just didn't wire it in and it's working fine
     
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    As long as you fit a link from -ve to the tamper terminal on the main PCB, the panel will think there is a bell connected an run perfectly happily without it actually being there.
     
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    Thanks for your replies.

    To clarify, we just need to complete the tamper loop as follows ?

     
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    That's it :D
     
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    Thanks for help, much appreciated.
     
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