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Texecom Premier Elite Digicom Outputs to drive relay

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I have fully installed a Texecom Premier Elite 24 panel and am now looking for some home made 'upgrades'

 

Id like to program the Digicom Outputs to be able to signal a Raspberry Pi.  Looking at the instruction manual, the Digicom Outputs are programmable max current 100mA 'Switched 0V'.  Im just looking for some confirmation that Ive got things right.

 

My assumption that 'Switched 0V' means that it is normally open circuit and when activated, will command 12V at a maximum of 100mA?

 

I just need to know as plan to fit a relay to signal the Raspberry Pi that something has happened.

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They are transistor driven outputs, the output will sink a maximum current of 100mA.

So you can drive a device (relay) up to 100mA current between 12v and your output.

If you need more current the panel outputs are 500mA whereas the Digi are 100mA

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