SMF - Just Installed!
-Zones can be wired normally open, normally closed contacts with single end of line resistors or double end of line resistors. What is the better option and why?
I'm not familiar with your panel, but sometimes single vs double EOLR refers to folks doing single vs double zoning.
I'd suggest keeping things simple and if use EOLRs, do only the single version.
-Minimum 1/4 inch seperation must be maintained at all points between power limited and non-power limited wirings and connections.
Does this mean that when I strip the wire that I am required to leave 1/4 exposed out of the harness(where you connect the wire to the panel)?
Don't run your alarm wires parallel to 120VAC wiring.
120vac means it provides 120 volts of electricity through alternating current. Someone, please correct me if I'm wrong.
by the 120vac do you mean the wiring for the rechargable battery?
QuoteDon't run your alarm wires parallel to 120VAC wiring. If I did would there be interference?
one wire goes from one of the panel zone terminals, to one terminal on the contact - the other wire from the other contact terminal back to the panel 'common' terminal for that zone allowing the panel to 'see' voltage from the panel to the contact and back to the panelwhen the contact is in a closed position