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Hello, I'm just wondering about the amount of hardware you can add to a GD-C048 with the available address line. The instructions say I can have 8 keypads (3 prox), 4 RIOs and 4 RF RIOs It seems you can add lots of stuff but much of it is limited by the rotary address switches and there appears to be some overlap. Is a keypad on address 2 the same as a RIO on address 2? Basically, I have 3 keypads, 0,1 and 2, along with 3 RIOs and 1 RF RIO which must take addresses 2-5 which means, if they work as the same address, then one must overlap with a keypad, also the RF RIO tried to take up 2 bunches of addresses and in fact keeps appearing as 102x and 103x no matter what I set its switch to be, and why is there a gap between 5-B which I can't seem to use. In short, do I need a 96 or above to run 1xTC(prox), 1xMK7(prox), 1xMK8(prox), 3xRIO, 1xRF RIO? It all gets a bit confusing Cheers, Gordon.
Hi, I'm replacing a DSC MAXSYS 4020 with a Galaxy Dimension GD520. All the hard work is done and I'm now programming up the outputs of which there are many. This is the scenario... RIO on the top floor has a zone, Line 3, Mod 1, Zone 1, which is OPEN when its dark outside (from a loop of two Photodetectors on the roof). RIO on the ground floor front: Line 2, Mod 3, Zone 1, which is OPEN when movement detected via Redwall in the garden display area. Line 2, Mod 3, Out 1, Front Flood Lights and a warning. RIO on the ground floor rear: Line 2, Mod 5, Zone 1, which is OPEN when movement detected via Redwall in the car park RIO on the ground floor side: Line 2, Mod 4, Zone 1, which is OPEN when movement detected via Redwall in the loading area. Line 2, Mod 4, Out 1, Side Flood Lights Line 2, Mod 4, Out 2, Rear Flood Lights So, logic is simple on the MAXSYS, if the zone in the area is open *and* its night time, then pulse the appropriate output for 300s (5 mins). In the GD I'm not sure how to achieve this. I can of program the output to follow the respective zones, that works great for the lights in the toilets, corridors, etc, but the floodlights need to ONLY trigger when its dark. I'm sure this is probably as simple as it gets but I just can't find it in the manual (which is a touch poor imo). Please can someone point me in the right direction? I've also got PIR's in the stairwells which also turn on lights when movement detected *and* its dark, which will follow the same logic once I figure out how to do it with the exterior lights. Thanks very much.
I need to extend my Galaxy 60 alarm system to add 3 IR detectors in a games room /workshop which is at the end of my garden c.90m from the main panel in my house. Will I need a RIO with a PSU/backup battery or just a regular Rio.? Also is a Galaxy 2-20 Rio/PSu compatable with the Galaxy 60. Hoping someone can help. Graham