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Alarm 0-10v output

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Hi, i have a galaxy gd 96 alarm system

that have 8 relais outputs, the output is only 0-10v

i want to use this ,

to look is alarm on, nobody at home, then put some adapters to off

i can give the ports 1-2-3 or 4. the possibility to activate only

if alarm is on or off

alarm is partly on ( first floor is secured, second floor is free zone to walk en sleep ) put only downstairs off )

can i use for analoge 0-10v outputs fibaro doorsensor , or universal sensor , or rgbw sensor ?

which one is the best to use it ?

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I assume these outputs are binary ones? Just 0V or 10V? If that is the case, you have 2 options: to use RGBW, remember about connecting ground potentials of these 2 circuits. The 2nd one is to connect external relays with coils enabled by alarm outputs, detecting short circuit with UBS or D/W.

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  • My rgb module is on his way,

    can i see the state of the inputs by analog input 0-10v ?

    i checked my alarm,

    on = 12v ( is this a problem ?)

    0ff = 0v

    so when i connect the rgb module to input 1 , can i see the state of the input 1?[/i]

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    Yes, you can see the value on analogue input. Maximum rating is 10V, so any issue that may be effect of too high input voltage may void the warranty.

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