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Wiring a Pyronix KX15DT AM PIR built in resistors

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Thomasthomas23, 8 Mar 2015.

  1. Thomasthomas23

    Thomasthomas23

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    Hello all!

    My panel is a Honeywell Galaxy 144c, there's 8 connections on the pir, positive and negative, then 2 for tamper (one terminal is marked EOL) then 2 terminals for alarm (one terminal is marked EOL) then 2 terminals for fault/mask (one terminal is marked EOL) I have the resistors set at 1k alarm, 1k tamper then 12k mask, to use the masking function do I need to change any settings on the panel? And where do I connect my yellow and blue alarm cable? Which terminals on the pir ? Thanks all !
     
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    Do you need the anti-masking? Details for the detector are in the leaflet "E3, DEOL TO CONTROL PANEL WHICH WILL SUPPORT ALARM, MASK/FAULT AND TAMPER ON A SINGLE ZONE".

    Connect one wire to the right hand terminal marked "TAMPER EOL". Put jumpers on 1k for the Alarm and Tamper. If you are not using AM, connect the other wire to the "ALARM EOL" terminal, fourth from the right.

    If you are using AM, connect the second wire to "MASK/FAULT EOL", third from the left and make sure that you fit "MASK/FAULT EOL LINK" jumper on the lower left hand side.

    If you are wiring for EN50131 Grade 3, remember that you must also fit the extra tamper switch and a screw through the breakaway section on the back - check the instructions as Pyronix has changed the design recently.

    I seem to remember that MASK is an attribute on the zone programming but one of the Galaxy whizzes will confirm that soon, I'm sure! ;)
     
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