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Wiring a Telecom odyssey xb bell box to a galaxy g2-20 help

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by Ian lindley, 17 Oct 2016.

  1. Ian lindley

    Ian lindley

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    hi all

    I've recently purchased a galaxy g2-20 and I have a texecom odyssey xb bell box. I'm unsure of the connections.
    The panel has
    Bell +
    0v
    T
    Bell pic (1003)
    Light pic(1004)

    Bell box has
    +12v (A)
    Bell (B)
    Tmp (C)
    Ov (D)
    Strb (S)
    Msw (1)
    Msw (2)
    Test (T)
    Tamper relay x2
    Fault relay x2

    Can anyone shed any light on this please

    Many thanks
     
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    don't do the galaxy, but looks like you have the terminals to get the bell to function.

    bell+ A(12V)
    Ov D (0V)
    T C (Tamper)
    1003 B (bell trigger)
    1004 S 9strobe trigger

    as for the fault relays they would require wiring into a zone, not sure what the zone type would be on the galaxy.
     
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    I wouldn't worry about the other sounder connections, they won't need wiring. Looks like you've got a grade 3 sounder
     
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  5. Ian lindley

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    Thanks

    I will give it a go and report back
     
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    Thanks both of you.
    It worked a treat
     
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