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A wiring diagram foe a brinkmann hg300 infared

A wiring diagram for a brinkmann hg300 infared motion detector

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SOURCE: Paradox 525D Motion Detector wiring up

nc c + - Y G Tmp Tmp

nc and c is relay output normally closed
+ and _ is 12vdc input

Y and G is bus connection

Tmp is tamper output also normally closed

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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Hi.

If you use as end of line connect the resistor in parallel between Alarm (NC) and EOL. I am saying this just in case you are using Tamper NC.


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If that is not the problem, and resistor is wired correctly, check status of tamper switch on sensor.
In case this does not help, please let me know what specific error is prompted by Vista.

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Paradox 525D Motion Detector wiring up


nc c + - Y G Tmp Tmp

nc and c is relay output normally closed
+ and _ is 12vdc input

Y and G is bus connection

Tmp is tamper output also normally closed

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