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There is a work around monitoring companies

Cellular modules only work with monitoring firms but you can use the included landline dialing function of the unit if your programming options are not limited and include the "Reporting" menu (some...
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Posted By dougui

Interesting, thanks. I know nothing about...

Interesting, thanks.
I know nothing about electromagnetic besides what I learned in junior high physics classes a long time ago, I learned a few things on this forum... Will get the parts and...
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I thought the 6V from T+ and Neg was enough to...

I thought the 6V from T+ and Neg was enough to power the coil. I might be missing something in the mechanics of a relay but also can you feed the relay with both 6 and 12v (neg terminal attached the...
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Posted By dougui

Ok, that makes more sense now. Do you think...

Ok, that makes more sense now.

Do you think this wiring diagram is correct?

Case 1: non-alarm state, the siren is powered from the LPS but a short to the SC connection is created through the...
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Posted By dougui

In your schematic below you connected HW1I/O and...

In your schematic below you connected HW1I/O and HW1 Out - to T+ and T-.
I'm seeing HW's as a switch with + and - ports or isn't it the case? That's what is confusing me.
Also the ELK924 triggers...
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Posted By dougui

This is more a general question, what is the...

This is more a general question, what is the purpose of powering the relay from the 12V source since it is triggered by the 6V trigger connections and the loop is closed when COM is in contact with...
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Posted By dougui

That confirms the ELK924 is a correct choice as...

That confirms the ELK924 is a correct choice as the trigger is 5 to 24V.
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Posted By dougui

That's correct. Trying to figure out how to wire...

That's correct. Trying to figure out how to wire it correctly though as it seems this siren needs a closed circuit in non-alarm state as opposed to open as shown on the wiring diagram below. Also I'm...
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Posted By dougui

Yes, the way I understand, the circuit must be...

Yes, the way I understand, the circuit must be closed at all times and when it opens, the siren sounds as somewhere in the manual it says the siren will be silenced either when current comes back or...
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Posted By dougui

I have one of these already but I need to power...

I have one of these already but I need to power up the siren, it did not work when I hooked it up directly to the Simon panel when I triggered the alarm. The siren wiring diagram includes a relay,...
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Posted By dougui

I see, thank you.However with my siren the...

I see, thank you.However with my siren the battery is in the siren enclosure and direcly connected to the circuit board so I suppose the only difference with your diagram is that the battery is not...
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I think Iíve found answer to my own question, I...

I think Iíve found answer to my own question, I did not realize that these transformers are AC current and the siren uses DC.

It seems all alarm power supplies are 6VDC, 16.5VDC or 24VDC, thus...
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Posted By dougui

Thank you for the fast response - ELK makes...

Thank you for the fast response -

ELK makes two trans, a 16 v (http://************/lofuqeq) and a 24 v.
Will the 16 do or is that going to fry the siren and battery with the extra 4 volts?
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Posted By dougui

need help with exterior siren

Hi, this thread has been very interesting but I'm still a little confused.

I'm installing a 30 watt exterior siren Moose AS-395 with a Simon XT (v 1.45). The siren manual says current can be...
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