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Control Panels PAS8xx

Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

SAFETY WARNINGS
The device must be installed in a place with limited access.

The device must be connected to an AC power supply with Protective Earthing. Cable colours mean: Phase or Live line (L) - black
or brown cable, Neutral line (N) - blue cable, Protective Earth line (PE) - green cable with a vertical yellow dash. Double isolated
cables with minimum cross-sectional area of 0,75 mm2 for 230V power supply must be used.
The device uses two power supplies: main and back-up.
Main power supply: a power transformer with:
- primary winding: ~230V, 50 Hz;
- secondary winding: ~20V, 1.5A, 50Hz.
Back-up power supply: 12V, 7Ah/20HR capacity, rechargeable hermetically sealed Lead-Acid battery.
SecoLink intruder alarm system is compliant with EN 60950-1 safety requirements.
Power supplies described above must comply with the EN 60950-1 safety requirements.
All devices being connected with the alarm system (sirens, sensors, computer for programming and etc.) must comply with
EN 60950-1 safety requirements.
Additional automatic Two-Pole Circuit Breaker should be installed in an AC electric power circuit in order to protect against
over-current, short circuits and earthing faults.
The circuit breaker contact gap should be no less than 3mm, protective circuit breaker current must be in 0,5A - 2A range .
The circuit breaker should be placed close to the system's housing and should be easily accessed.
Power supply distribution board Cabinet of the alarm system (device)
Power cable to the
alarm system
Automatic two-pole
circuit breaker

L N

L N

Cable from power


distribution board

Picture 1. Automatic two-pole circuit breaker and power cable wiring diagram

The device installation and service should be performed by trained personnel with sufficient knowledge about the device and
general safety requirements for work with low voltage (up to 1000V) AC power lines. In the case of a device malfunction repair
works can be performed by qualified personnel only. If the system is malfunctioning, the end user should inform the qualified
personnel as soon as possible. User doesn't have right to repair the system.
Before performing any work of installation or service always disconnect the device from power supplies in sequence as described
below:
- cut off 230 V AC power line with the automatic Two-pole Circuit Breaker;
- disconnect 12V back-up battery by removing battery female plug from Control Panel male socket BAT.
Two-pole Circuit-Beaker installation on flexible cables is forbidden.
Alarm system modules comes with in-built LED indicator. LED blinks when module is powered up. An option to check is the system
is powered up or not can be a press of any key on keypad. If system was powered up the keypad backlight will last for 30 seconds.
General safety requirements:
- do not touch any part of the main power supply under voltage: transformer, a fuse block, connection wires;
- it is forbidden to perform any device installation or service work during lightning;
- use batteries according to manufacturer recommendations. The use of improper battery type may cause an explosion;
- battery replacement : be sure battery terminals are isolated, battery terminals short-wiring may cause an explosion.
It is not recommended to connect the device to a fully discharged battery. To avoid system malfunction use an adequate charger to
charge a new or discharged battery before connecting battery to the device.
Inoperative or expired batteries should be recycled according to the local rules or EU directives 2006/66/EC and 93/86/EEC.
Collection and separate utilization of waste battery is mandatory!
The connection to the mains supply must be made as per the local authorities rules and regulations.
The end of a stranded conductor shall not be consolidated by soft-soldering, insulated pins shall be used. Insulated pins shall be
connected in a manner that they are and with remain mechanically efficient.
The Control Panel Terminals TIP, RING, T-1, R-1 should be connected to analog PSTN line. Connection to digital ISDN line may
cause device damage.
LAN800 is designed to be used in couple with a router which is placed in the same room or premises. Its prohibited to connect
LAN800 directly to Wide Area Network (MAN, WAN) or building IT infrastructure cables.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your unusable alarm system or its components with other household
waste. This product utilization in EU is covered by European Directive 2002/96/EC.
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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Installation of control panel


For correct operation PAS8xx control panels SERIAL port Analog PSTN line
needs one 12V 7Ah rechargeable battery. The
battery is used as a back-up power supply in case PAS808M
of temporal AC loss. This battery is also used PAS816

TIP RING T-1 R-1


R-1
when alarm system consumes more power than PAS832
T-1
control panel can supply (~0,8 A). Excessive RING
consumption may happen when system activates TIP
siren or radio transmitter. Usually activation last Protective Earth
only few minutes, so it does not discharge the LED wire PE

3.15A
battery.

+BELL

+PGM

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX
-PGM
COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM
AC1
AC2

CLK
DAT

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Z6

Z7

Z8
Black
12V battery
7Ah/20HR
Red X1
BAT Cabinet grounding
Live Neutral Protective AC1 AC2 +BELL COM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8 place
wire wire Earth wire
Fuse Main Protective
L N PE Zones (see "Zone wiring")
250mA Earthing terminal
+AUX

+12V DAT CLK COM


+12V
DAT
DAT
CLK
CLK
Main Protective COM
COM
Earthing terminal AC power transformer:
Primary winding: ~230V AC 50Hz +PGM Module
Secondary winding: ~20V AC 50Hz -PGM
Power supply
distribution board
+BELL Template. Siren output programming
COM SECOLINK security systems are supplied to customers with a pre-installed
template in the keypad memory. The template is a set of most frequently used
Picture 2. Wiring of power supply, PSTN line and siren without battery system settings. During First start procedure keypad sends these settings to
other modules. When First start is completed the system will be set to
Grounding cabinet door Attention! 1 partition and 8 zones:
Do not cover ventilation Z1 is preset to be used with a entry door magnetic contact;
Z2 - with PIR motion detector in entry/exit path;
holes of cabinet!
Z3, Z4 - for PIR detectors wiring;
Z5 - with smoke detector;
Z6 - for cabinet tamper switch wiring;
PGM outputs:
+BELL (O01) is preset in the template to control a siren with no battery;
-PGM (O02) is preset to make activation (makes minus) of siren with back-
up battery;
+PGM (O03) is preset to make +12V power supply for smoke detectors. See
Grounding
place page 6 - Wiring of 4-wire smoke detector.
Leave minimum 10 cm of free
space between the ventilation SECOLINK security systems may have different templates for different
hole and any other surface. countries. Check keypad sticker for a country prefix or pre-installed template
Heating of control panel can code. Example: KM20B_MY
Use cable to connect cabinet door reduce maximum current on Note: in most templates +BELL is set for sirens with no Service Mode:
with the cabinet grounding place. +AUX and +PGM. battery (picture 2). To use the siren with back-up battery System Setup
(picture 3) you need to change +BELL (O01) definition to System Setup:
Mounting modules in cabinet Securing power cable "Power supply". Definition changing sequence is showed PGM Outputs
to cabinet on the right (example for KM20Bx keypad). O01 Definition
Insert standoff into cabinet Power Supply
+BELL

mounting hole in the desired Use cable ties to secure


-PGM
COM
AC1
AC2

location and snap-in-place. Position power cable to cabinet wall.


Use 3-15 kOhm resistor on siren terminals +BELL and -PGM if
circuit board mounting holes over siren does not give enough voltage.
standoffs. Press firmly on board to Power cable to
alarm system
X1
BAT 10k
snap-in-place.
AC1 AC2 +BELL COM -PGM negative control
-PGM
Plastic standoff S
COM power supply
Cable ties +BELL power supply
PAS8xx board Cabinet rear wall
Picture 3. Installation of 3 wire type siren. Siren uses back-up battery
Cabinet
Note: in case installation uses 2 wire siren with back-up Service Mode:
battery (picture 4) installer needs to make changes as System Setup
Use a tamper switch to protect control panel showed on the right. This type sirens uses back-up System Setup:
battery to sound alarm and makes alarm when power PGM Outputs
By default PAS8xx zone Z6 is set for detection of alarm system cabinet
supply line (+BELL) do not provide power from control
opening. Opening the cabinet when system is disarmed will make a O01 Definition
panel. Use Inversion of Status PGM attribute to Fire/BurgAlarm
trouble event or will trigger an alarm if system is armed. When cabinets
program system for this operation. Programming
tamper is unused, input Z6 can be set as normal zone. O01 Attributes
sequence on the right. +InversionOfS
How to set by using
+BELL

keypad KM20Bx:
-PGM
COM
AC1
AC2

Service Mode:
Note: check siren wiring manual from manufacturer.
COM

COM
AUX

CAS8 System setup


Switches or jumpers can be used to setup this type siren.
Z6

Z7

Z8

System setup: X1
BAT
Modules
Tamper switch AC1 AC2 +BELL COM -PGM
fixed on Modules: COM power supply
COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8 cabinets wall Settings +BELL positive control / power supply

M00 Use Tamper S


No
Picture 4. Installation of 2 wire type siren. Siren uses back-up battery
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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Electrical characteristics and additional information


Maximum load ratings and electrical characteristics of Restoring service PIN to default value
PAS8xx control panels To restore default value (0000) for service PIN, follow the steps:
Maximum long term output current of control panel: 1,2 A disconnect control panel from 20 V AC power supply;
(I +AUX + I +BELL + I+PGM + I BAT. CHARGE 1,2 A ) disconnect control panel from back-up battery;
make short circuit of -PGM and zone Z1;
Maximum current out of +AUX: +0,9 A connect control panel to 20 V AC power supply.
Maximum current out of +BELL for PAS808M: +0,9 A Now service PIN is restored to 0000 value and system with enabled service
Maximum current out of +BELL for PAS816, PAS832 (new vers.): +2,0 A mode. To reset user PIN follow the steps:
Maximum current into -PGM: -0,05 A do not block service by pressing ENT;
press arrow key to navigate in menu;
Maximum current out of +PGM: +0,9 A go to: Main Menu/Settings/Users/Edit Users/ enter 0000 /Reset PIN to
Maximum battery charging current: +0,4 A default/YES

20 VAC
Control panel disconnect battery when its voltage less than: 9,5 V

+BELL

+PGM

+AUX
-PGM
COM

COM

COM
CLK
DAT
Minimum AC voltage on AC1-AC2: ~16 V

Z1

Z2
Note: with ~16 V on AC1-AC2 max DC current generated by
control panel power supply is 0,7A.
Maximum AC voltage on AC1-AC2: ~22 V Live 20VAC +BELL COM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2
Neutral Protective
Note: higher than ~22 V voltage can damage control panel. wire wire Earth wire Wire
Maximum voltage on +AUX, +BELL, +PGM outputs: +13,9 V L N PE

Minimum voltage on +AUX, +BELL, +PGM outputs: +12,0 V


Maximum current of fast blowing fuse used in battery circuit: 3,15 A
Main Protective Fuse
Maximum current of slow blowing fuse used in primary AC: 250 mA
Earthing terminal 250mA
Maximum AC power consumption 150 mA

Keypad mounting System start-up with no 230V AC power


Use only self-tapping screws with flat Connect 12V battery to
Jumper
(countersunk) head (3x30 PH) to mount keypads control panel by using a BAT
plastic on the wall . Make sure the screw is screwed connector.
completely and screw head hides in the plastic. Use extra wire to connect
Other shape screws or not completely screwed (for a short time) negative

3.15A
Keypad screws may touch keypad electronics and cause pole of the battery with

20 VAC
+BELL
damage of keypad. control panel COM terminal

COM
Black
(for all control panels) or use Red
the jumper to close the
Operating temperature range: -20C to +55C shown pins for 1 second (for
Calculated life expectancy at 40C ambient temperature: PAS816, PAS832).
for PAS8808M control panel: 9 years. The system will start 12V battery 20VAC +BELL COM -PGM
for PAS816, PAS832 control panels: 12 years. operating; however AC loss 7Ah/20HR
Note: ambient temperature over 40C may reduce life expectancy. trouble will be indicated.
Note: poor ventilation of cabinet increase ambient temperature. Extra wire

Wiring of modules in large or high security level system


Maximum load ratings and electrical Safe wiring of outdoor siren
characteristics of PWR20 Use other (than control panel) transformer and
Maximum long term current out of PWR20: 2,0A rechargeable 12V 7Ah battery to power up
(I +AUX + I +BELL + IBAT. CHARGE 2A) PWR20. In case alarm system includes PWR20 it
Maximum current out of +AUX: +1A
is recommended to wire an outdoor siren to the
PWR20 PWR20 terminals +BELL, -PGM1, COM same as
Maximum current out of +BELL: +2A shown on page 2. Failure of sirens internal battery
Maximum current into -PGM1: -0,05A or the siren itself will not affect performance of
Overload of +BELL or + AUX. OVL alarm system.
Maximum battery charging current: 0,35A Battery charging on CHG
Module disconnect battery when its Low battery indicator LOW
9,5V PWR20 power supply module with bus
voltage less than: Module address LED MOD
3.15A

repeater
20 VAC

-PGM1
+BELL

CLK-O
DAT-O
+AUX

Repetition of system bus is a perfect solution


CLK-I
DAT-I
COM

COM
TMP

Black when some system modules (PROX8, EXTx16)


12V battery are placed outside premises or in area not
7Ah/20HR Red X1
protected by detectors. It is recommended to wire
BAT to repeated (by PWR20) bus all outside proximity
Live Neutral Protective ~20 VAC +BELL COM -PGM1TMP COM CLK-I DAT-I +AUX CLK-O DAT-O readers or keypads located near to entry door.
wire wire Earth wire Attempt to make a short circuit on outside module
Fuse
L N PE will make no affect to system performance as
250mA
COM from PASxx PWR20 will detect the short circuit on repeated bus
CLK from PASxx and will disconnect repeated bus from main bus.
DAT from PASxx Terminals CLK-I, DAT-I are inputs for main bus,
Main Protective terminals CLK-O and DAT-O are outputs of
+12V
DAT CLK COM +12V

Earthing terminal +12V repeated bus. For power supply modules must use
AC power transformer: COM COM
Primary winding: ~230V AC 50Hz CLK-O PWR20 output +AUX.
Secondary winding: ~20V AC 50Hz CLK
Power supply DAT-O
DAT
distribution board
Module

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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Wiring of system modules

LAN800
PAS808M
PAS816
R-1

TIP RING T-1 R-1


PAS832
T-1

RING TIP
RING Not used
3.15A TIP

+PGM
+BELL

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX
COM

COM

COM

COM

COM
-PGM
COM

CLK
DAT
AC1
AC2

Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Z6

Z7

Z8

+12V
COM
CLK
DAT
X1
BAT
AC1 AC2 +BELLCOM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8 +12V COM CLK DAT

KM20B, KM20BT EXM800


+12V COM CLK DAT Ethernet cable

Z6/K3 COM

COM DAT
COM +12V

Z7/K2 CLK
+12V

+12V
COM

COM
CLK
DAT
Z2

Z1

+AUX
Z2/K7
Z3/K6

Z4/K5
Z5/K4

Z8/K1
COM

COM
Z1

Z2 COM +12V Z1 GSV6U


+12V COM CLK DAT
DAT
CLK Z1 COM Z2K7 Z3K6 COM Z4K5 Z5K4 COM Z6K3 Z7K2 COM Z8K1 +AUX
COM LOCK
+AUX
OPEN
RCM800WL

KM24, KM24A, KM24G

+12V
COM
CLK
DAT
+12V
COM

TMP
OC1
OC2
CLK

K1C

K2C
DAT

K10

K20
K1

K2

+12V COM CLK DAT


Z2/PGM

433,92 MHz
+12V
COM

(EXT016, EXT216)
CLK
DAT

868 MHz 868 MHz


Z1

(EXT216) (EXT116S)
Z2
PGM
Z1
+12V
COM
CLK
DAT

DAT EXT016, EXT216 EXT116S


CLK
COM
+AUX
+12V

+12V
COM

COM
CLK

CLK
DAT

DAT
NO
C

+12V COM CLK DAT C NO +12V COM CLK DAT


PROX8 +AUX
COM
CLK
DAT
+12V
COM
CLK
DAT

+AUX
COM
CLK
DAT

KRbus

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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Wiring of zones
Wiring of single zones
Normally closed Normally closed Normally closed Normally open contact Normally open contact Normally open contact
contact contact with one contact with two (NO) with one resistor with two resistors
(NC) resistor resistors (NO/EOL) (NO/DEOL)
(NC/EOL) (NC/DEOL)

PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module
+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX
COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM
Z1

Z1

Z1

Z1

Z1

Z1
+AUX COM Z1 COM +AUX COM Z1 COM +AUX COM Z1 COM +AUX COM Z1 COM +AUX COM Z1 COM +AUX COM Z1 COM

1k 1k 1k 1k 1k 1k

12V T1 T2 NC C 12V T1 T2 NC C 12V T1 T2 NC C 12V T1 T2 NO C 12V T1 T2 NO C 12V T1 T2 NO C


T1
T2

NC
C

T1
T2

NC
C

T1
T2

NC
C

T1
T2

NO
C

T1
T2

NO
C

T1
T2

NO
C
Tamper Tamper Tamper Tamper Tamper Tamper
Detector Detector Detector Detector Detector Detector

Wiring of double zones (PAS816, PAS832 only) ATTENTION! Avoid power supply loops
Correct wiring
Detector
PAS816, PAS832

+AUX
COM
+AUX
COM

COM

Z2
Detector
Z1

Cable
PAS816, PAS832
Detector

+AUX COM Z1 COM Cable Cable

+AUX

+AUX
COM

COM
Z1
Z2

Z1
300 1k 620
PAS8xx EXM800
12V T1 T2 NC* C 12V T1 T2 NC* C Detector B
Wrong wiring
T1
T2

NC*
C

T1
T2

NC*
C

Tamper Tamper Detector +AUX


COM
Detector A Detector B
+AUX

Detector A
COM
Z2

Detector
Cable
* - Detector contact must be NC or NO.
Detector
Cable
+AUX
COM
Z1
Z2

Z1

PAS8xx EXM800

Wiring samples
Wiring of 4-wire smoke detector Wiring of relays
Smoke detectors can be triggered by dust so in order to
To COM To COM
prevent false alarms it is recommended to make fire alarm
PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module
PAS8xx verification. For the verification some system settings must be
+PGM

+AUX
-PGM

6
active. Below is an example for +PGM:
COM
+PGM
COM

COM

- Fire verification attribute must be assigned to fire zone.


5
Z5

(Zone Z5 used in template as fire zone);


- fire (smoke) detector must be powered by +PGM;
- Fire Power Supply definition must be set for +PGM;
2

- zone selected to be as fire zone must be pointed as trigger +PGM COM +AUX -PGM
+PGM COM Z5 COM
4

3 source for +PGM;


- +PGM reset time (pulse length in keypad menu) must be set;
- Detector settling time (global time setting) must be set;
To zone To +PGM - Fire verification time (global time setting) must be set; D1 D1
Terminals of smoke detector Operation: In order to check triggered fire detector,
12V NO C detector's power supply has to be turned OFF and turned ON
Note: smoke detectors, produced Relay Relay
again. System turn OFF +PGM for a PGM reset time. When
by different manufacturers,
reset time expires the system turns ON the +PGM again and
NO
C

may have a different terminals NC NO NC NO


waits for detector settling (detector settling time). Then
layout. For more information It is recommended to use diode to
system checks detector again by period equal to Fire
Detector check detector wiring manual supress voltage surges on relay.
verification time. If fire detector is triggered again it means an
from manufacturer.
alarm was true.

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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Wiring samples (continued)


Maintained Key-switch zone wiring Momentary Key-switch zone wiring
(for PAS816, PAS832) (for PAS816, PAS832)
Wiring: Programming (using MASCAD): Wiring: Programming (MASCAD):

PAS8xx or module PAS8xx or module


COM

COM
NO
Z8

Z8
NO

NC NC
Z8 COM Z8 COM

Installation of modules in CAS8 metal cabinet


Crosses and dashed lines shows the commonly used locations of the modules. The circuit board mounting holes of wireless zone expanders EXT016,
EXT216 or EXT116S matches with mounting holes of EXM800, however it is recommended to install these modules outside the metal cabinet. The special
plastic housing is designed for these modules.
Installation of control panel, zone/PGM expansion and LAN modules Installation of control panel, zone/PGM expansion and GSM/GPRS
module or LAN modules

EXM800 EXM800 EXM800

PAS808M, PAS816, GSV6 or


PAS832 LAN800

PAS808M, PAS816, PAS832 LAN800


EXM800 EXM800 EXM800

Installation of extra power supply module and zone/PGM expansion


modules

EXM800

PWR20

EXM800 EXM800 EXM800

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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Wiring of GSV6U with control panel


This wiring method ensures, that in case of short circuit on +AUX, COM the module will continue working and all reports will be sent to central monitoring
station or to end user. Avoid powering loops. Do not connect +AUX, COM if module is connected to SERIAL port.

GSV6U
PAS808M
PAS816
R-1

TIP RING T-1 R-1


PAS832 LOCK
T-1
RX-DAT +13,8 V RING
TIP OPEN
3.15A

TX-CLK COM
+BELL

+PGM

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX
-PGM
COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM
AC1
AC2

CLK
DAT

+12V
COM
Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Z6

Z7

Z8

CLK
DAT
X1
BAT
AC1 AC2 +BELLCOM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8 +12V COM CLK DAT
DAT
CLK

Wiring of GSV6U with control panel (optional)


When alarm system cabinet is placed in location with poor GSM network coverage the only option is to install GSV6U module in other place. Take care
about power supply wires diameter if distance between control panel and module exceeds 5 meters.

GSV6U
PAS808M
PAS816
R-1
TIP RING T-1 R-1

PAS832 LOCK
T-1
RING
TIP OPEN
3.15A

+BELL

+PGM

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX
-PGM
COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM
AC1
AC2

CLK
DAT

+12V
COM
Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Z6

Z7

Z8

CLK
DAT

X1
BAT
AC1 AC2 +BELLCOM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8 +12V COM CLK DAT
+AUX
DAT
CLK
COM

Wiring of radio transmitter with control panel (SERIAL)

RX-DAT +13,8 V PAS808M


PAS816
R-1
TIP RING T-1 R-1

PAS832
T-1
TX-CLK COM RING
TIP Transmitter
Attention! Consumed by radio
transmitter short time current
3.15A

should not exceed 3A. Control


RX-DAT
TX-CLK

panel supply current to this


+BELL

+PGM

+12V
COM
+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

+AUX

connector with not full


-PGM
COM

COM

COM

COM

COM

COM
AC1
AC2

CLK
DAT

electronic short-circuit
Z1

Z2

Z3

Z4

Z5

Z6

Z7

Z8

protection. In case of long term


high current PCB damage is X1
BAT
possible.
AC1 AC2 +BELLCOM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8

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Intruder alarm system Wiring manual

Typical system installation example - SECOLINK PAS816

KM20B, KM20BT KM24, KM24A, KM24G

EXM800
+AUX COM CLK DAT
GSV6U
OPEN

LOCK

Z1 COM Z2K7 Z3K6 COM Z4K5 Z5K4 COM Z6K3 Z7K2 COM Z8K1 +AUX

PAS832
+12V COM CLK DAT PROX8
TIP RING T-1 R-1

X1
BAT
AC1 AC2 +BELLCOM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8

LT5 BP1 BK1, BK3, BK4,


BV3, BT1
Module LED

EXM116S

+12V
COM
CLK
DAT
12V battery +12V COM CLK DAT
7Ah/20HR

Typical system installation example - SECOLINK PAS832


KM20B, KM20BT KM24, KM24A, KM24G

EXM800 EXM800
+AUX COM CLK DAT +AUX COM CLK DAT
LAN800
RING TIP

Z1 COM Z2K7 Z3K6 COM Z4K5 Z5K4 COM Z6K3 Z7K2 COM Z8K1 +AUX Z1 COM Z2K7 Z3K6 COM Z4K5 Z5K4 COM Z6K3 Z7K2 COM Z8K1 +AUX
+12V
COM
CLK
DAT

PAS832
+12V COM CLK DAT PROX8 PROX8
TIP RING T-1 R-1

X1
BAT
AC1 AC2 +BELLCOM -PGM +PGM COM CLK DAT +AUX Z1 COM Z2 +AUX Z3 COM Z4 +AUX Z5 COM Z6 +AUX Z7 COM Z8

LT5 BP1 BK1, BK3, BK4,


BV3, BT1
Module LED Module LED

EXM800 EXM116S
+12V

+12V
COM

COM
CLK

CLK
DAT

DAT

12V battery +12V COM CLK DAT +12V COM CLK DAT
7Ah/20HR

Alarm system

Safety warning in case alarm system uses LAN800 module!


LAN800 is designed to be used in couple with a router which is placed in the same room or premises. Its
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prohibited to connect LAN800 directly to Wide Area Network (MAN, WAN) or building IT infrastructure cables.
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