Tri-guard 510 and concord 4

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Old 09-16-14, 02:21 PM
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Tri-guard 510 and concord 4

1-- What sensor group would a TRI-GUARD 510 (want to use one) go into,IF AT ALL.
2--I have two other tri guards that I just want to turn on the green light and they will be a dummy.I have power from the concord going to these two dummy sensors but can not turn on the green light. I only have two wires going to these and the two wires supply the power. Any ideas
 
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Old 09-16-14, 06:20 PM
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The Linear Tri-Guard 510 glassbreak unit would typically be put into the same kind of sensor group/zone type that a perimeter window would.

The instructions (Glass Break Detector | 510) are pretty specific about the tester needed to trigger the acoustic circuit; but in a pinch, a handful of coins in a metal can, shaken aggressively, will usually trip one of these (clapping your hands won't work, it's the wrong frequency). For whatever reason, dimes work best.
 
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I put the tri-gard in sensor group 13 but I keep on getting a taper alarm.Any ideas
As far as the dummy ones go it does help if you put the + wire to + and not reverse the dc leads.The green idiot light goes on.
 
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Did you put a 2k ohm resistor in series with the NC contacts?
 
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