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Jablotron oasis Alarm & fibaro HC2


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How can i connect my Jablotron oasis alarm to my HC2 I have a universal binary sensor a relay switch 2x1.5kw i wan't when my alarm goes of my lights turn on

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Do you have "Installation manual" ?

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If so you will find the information about INs and OUTs that you can use to control the Jablotron.

If you know how to install external devices you can try doing it yourself - but I wouldn't recommend it if you don't have any experience.

I don't know Jablotron as I use Satel CA-6. Based on Jablotron manual I guess that you can use 2 OUTs: PGX and PGY that are 12V. You can connect INs of UBS and program OUTs in such a way that UBS IN1 may be used to inform HC if Jablotron is ARMED and IN2 if there was an ALARM breach (programming is in the 6.4 of manual). IN1 of UBS will be used in Alarm Panel as "Status".

You probably can also use wired INs 01 and 02 of Jablotron if you don't use them for other sensors. You should also programm them according to the installation manual 6.40.

Then you connect i.ex. IN01 to O1 of 2x1,5kW and IN02 to O2 of 2x1,5kW.

They will serve as "Controlling" and "Alarming" devices in Alarm Panel.

Before you setup devices in alarm Panel write a scene using "Status" device to turn-on the lights. After you assign devices to alrm panel they will not be visible in scene's device selection.

I hope it was helpful.

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  • If you own a Jablotron alarm system and have a z-wave network, you can join the two. When arming the alarm system, it will generate a z-wave signal, that you can use to trigger all sort of activities, like turning off all power in the home.

    To connect the two systems you need a sensor that translates the PGX, PGY outputs into a z-wave signal. I used the Fibaro FGK101 door/window sensor.

    This sensor allows you to connect the PGX and ground from the Jablotron system, to the GND and IN of the Fibaro sensor. Since the PGX does not bear any load it is allowed to connect to the Fibaro sensor. You can read the details in the Jablotron Control panel installation manual.

    The Fibaro sensor has to be included in the z-wave network to work. The manual: Fibaro FGK101 manual

    If you arm the Jablotron system, the PGX and GND are shorted, thus shorting the GND/IN on the Fibaro sensor.

    This will send a CLOSED signal to the HC, where you can create a rule to handle the signal. I called the rule ‘when Alarm armed’ and it’s configured as follows:

    When the Fibaro FGK101 sensor is set to state=closed

    Turn off the power to all network routers

    Turn off the power to the TV section

    So when I arm the Alarm system, the house goes into

    power saving mode. Quite convenient.

    [ Added: 2013-05-05, 20:20 ]

    I used 2 door window sensors one on pgx to turn of all power in the house when i turn on the alarm.

    the second door window sensor connect to pgy when the alarm goes of the lights switch on

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