DSC PC5102 wireless installation

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Old 02-06-07, 09:25 PM
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Angry DSC PC5102 wireless installation

Hi there

I need help with the installtion of a DSC wireless kit PC5102.
After a painfull research and using PC5132 manual I was able to add the wireless panel after enrolling the keys
I enabled and verified supervision in [902] and [903] it showed up as 17 (again as PC5132)
I need to use one of the 2 zone expansions on the panel for a Bravo 3 PIR .
How I can get access to those zones? Can I add a sensor wired to the PC5102 panel to an existing standard zone (1-8)
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Last edited by Cristi007; 02-06-07 at 09:26 PM. Reason: typo mistakes
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Old 02-07-07, 10:15 AM
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You are trying to make apple pie out of oranges.

The 5102 reciever is strictly for wireless keyfobs. It doesn't support any other wireless devices. The PGM connections on this board are strictly form-C relays and cannot be programmed to act as hardwire inputs.
 
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Old 02-19-07, 09:20 PM
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Thanks four your quick reply.
After couple of tries I was really pissed off why was not working at all.
I connected the PIR sensor and was working but I wasn't able to program it any way.Looks like a need another cable from the main panel.
Anyway I'm just courious now ...
What device can be connected to those 2 PGM outputs on the 5102 ?
 
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Old 02-20-07, 05:26 PM
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They are simply relays that program to follow the PGM programming. I think they were really intended to trigger things like garage door openers and electric door locks, but really you can use them to switch anything within their listed voltage and current limits.
 
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