Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Wiring with artech DD497AM detector?

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Old 08-20-12, 04:39 PM
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Honeywell Galaxy Dimension Wiring with artech DD497AM detector?

Hello All,

can someone tell me how to connect them please ?

artech DD497AM detector
1 -0V
2 +12
3 Alarme
4 Alarme
5 Spare
6 Tamper
7 Tamper
8 NC ETO
9 C ETO
10 Day/Night
11 Walk Test



Galaxy Dimension

Z1, 0V, Z2, +12V

Thank you very much in advance for your help.
 
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0V to 0V
+12V to +12
The two alarm connections go to a zone input and it's common, with the zone resistor in series with either leg. All the other terminals are for optional functions, most of which are rarely used in residential installs.
 
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Thank you for the quick reply , very helpful .

this is for one Detector on one zone , what if i would like to connect many detectors on the same zone .
 
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It's generally recommended not to put multiple motion detectors on the same zone input, but if you want to, you would just be connecting the alarm inputs in series (not parallel).

At the alarm control end, you take the pair of wires connected to the alarm output, and connect one of the pair to one of the pair from the next device's alarm output. The two free ends left go to the zone input and common.

The power always connects to the same power terminals.
 
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The Galaxy Dimension is double balanced. 1k closed and 2k open, so you need 2x 1k resistors. You wire the zone to one tamper connection on the sensor, then the other tamper connection on the sensor to a 1k resistor. The other leg of the resistor then goes into the contact switch on the sensor. The second 1k resistor goes across the sensor switch, with the other zone on the other side of the switch. It's in the manual
 
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ok thank you very much , i will put only one motion detector on one zone .
I managed to test two and it s working perfectly now with resistor Option 9 (1K 2k).

Next step i will have to connect an door opening detector (BECUWE IM1640PAG) and one outdoor Siren (HPA702LG ELKRON) will have to test the wiring too .

I am testing it in a small space before putting it in it real place .
 
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galaxy , it s true that it s in the manual , but i wanted to have some expert suggestion , now my setting up is picking because of your help , not the manual . Thank you again
 
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