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Texecom Premier Elite 48 (Metal) AUX and Zone Terminals

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by TheComGuy, 18 Mar 2021.

  1. TheComGuy

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    The Premier Elite 48 Metal has 4 AUX Terminals. Can all 4 terminals be used to connect to connect various devices or is there a catch to it ?

    Also Regarding Zone Terminals, Am I correct in thinking for example Zone 1 Alarm (A) and Tamper (T) terminals both have a + positive and - negative each ?

    If so is, my illustration correct regarding the + and - ?

    Your knowledge and thoughts on this will much appreciated.
     
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  2. secureiam

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    The Aux power can use either, it just makes life easier, linked to same fuse.

    The zones, not sure what your getting at EOL /NC/NO is first Alarm Last tamper and double pole alarm pair/ tamper pair.
     
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  4. TheComGuy

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    secureiam I know you are making sense but the way you wrote that just confused me. :)
     
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    which part :)

    Power is straight forward?

    resistors (eol), NC normally closed, NO normally open.
    double pole Alarm pair, Tamper pair.
     
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    Hehehehe perfect ! Much clearer to me now :)

    Thank you as always.
     
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