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How to wire Odyssey 3 to Power 832

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Hi

I want to connect Odyssey 3 to Power832 /with 2 expanders/.

Odyssey requires:

+VE supply

-VE bell

-VE tamper

0V

-VE stobe

PC5015 has only Bell Output.

Could you advise on wiring plese.

Have I chosen the wrong bell box?

Thanks in advance.

Rafal

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Never wired Odyssey 3 to Power832, but maybe this works:

+VE Supply -> AUX+

0V -> AUX-

-VE Bell -> Bell-

-VE Strobe -> Bell-

-VE Tamper -> Expander TAM

or

-VE Tamper -> any available Zone with resistor in series.

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Hi

I want to connect Odyssey 3 to Power832 /with 2 expanders/.

Odyssey requires:

+VE supply

-VE bell

-VE tamper

0V

-VE stobe

PC5015 has only Bell Output.

Could you advise on wiring plese.

Have I chosen the wrong bell box?

Thanks in advance.

Rafal

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I think you may have a non-UK version of the Power 832. It is not ideal, but you may have to connect +VE and -VE to Aux + and -, and use the programmable outputs to connect to Bell- and Strobe -. You could then use tamper return to switch a relay on a 24hr zone to set up SAB tamper. Just be aware that you will be putting a high load on the AUX circuit - check the load in alarm to ensure that you will not blow the Aux fuse. If you are at all unsure on how to do this, then contact a local installer.

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Oh and you will need a 1K resistor across Bell + and Bell - to avoid "Bell Trouble" condition.

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You need a relay to get the tamper to work on the Power Panels if Using Odyssey 3 sounder

Strobe goes on PG2 programmed as [10] System Event...

I think you may have a non-UK version of the Power 832.

Non of the DSC Power panels have a tamper return like UK Panels it use's a resistor instead ;)


There are no stupid questions, but there are a LOT of inquisitive idiots.

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Guest rafal

Thanks for all suggestions

I will have a go tomorrow.

Rafal

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