Making a Siren Wireless

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Old 03-27-17, 07:38 AM
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Making a Siren Wireless

Hello everyone. I currently have two external sirens hardwired to my Simon XT V2 in my house. This is the siren:

https://www.alarmsystemstore.com/mob...tCode=TRI-20WD

I have it hooked up with this relay:

http://www.altronix.com/products/ins...ctions/RB5.pdf

And with this power supply:

http://www.altronix.com/products/ins...ions/AL624.pdf

What I would like to do is put another identical siren in my detached garage. But I would need to figure out how to do this wirelessly. Anyone have some ideas on how to accomplish this?
 
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Old 03-27-17, 10:12 AM
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You would need a 12vdc transmitter connected to the bell output of the panel and a receiver in the garage to control the siren.

Trying to think of something that will work without too much modification work.
 
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Keep in mind that as temperature decreases, battery capacity decreases. Also, as temperature increases, battery life shortens.
 
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I assume you have 120VAC power in the garage? (I'm also assuming here that you're in North America).
 
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One of the Linear receiver/transmitter sets would probably work:
https://www.nortekcontrol.com/produc...productId=1024
 
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