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Stephan Smit

Connecting Fibaro Binary Sensor to Paradox PIR

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Need some assistance to wire Paradox DG75 PIR to Fibaro Binary Sensor.

Have made a rough sketch of how I think it should be connected but not sure.

 

PIR currently connected as follow

Black - Negative

Red - Positive

Yellow - Tamper

Green - N/C

Diode connected between N/O and Tamper(yellow)

 

Thanks

 

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Need some assistance to wire Paradox DG75 PIR to Fibaro Binary Sensor.

Have made a rough sketch of how I think it should be connected but not sure.

 

PIR currently connected as follow

Black - Negative

Red - Positive

Yellow - Tamper

Green - N/C

Diode connected between N/O and Tamper(yellow)

 

Thanks

 

Need some assistance to wire Paradox DG75 PIR to Fibaro Binary Sensor.

Have made a rough sketch of how I think it should be connected but not sure.

 

PIR currently connected as follow

Black - Negative

Red - Positive

Yellow - Tamper

Green - N/C

Diode connected between N/O and Tamper(yellow)

 

Thanks

i think

lose the ressistor

+ and - are 12 volt (i gues for this pir)

gnd on common and in1 at no

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i red the pm you sent me, but i do think it should be on the forum for someone else to read of use it

 

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picture 2 says it all, what is it you don't understand? red and black from the alarmpanel can also be a 12 volt power supply

 

and you need the common, as ytou can see on the picture

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  • The picture in link have 6 connections and my PIR 7

    NO, NC, Comm, +, - , Tamper, Tamper

    To power the Binary should I use + & - from PIR? Above you said Gnd on Common. 

    Is the Gnd on Binary where "-" should be connected or comm?

    I understand you said connect In at No, but then there is still the Tamper(yellow wire) that has not been connected?

    Picture in link indicate a jump between 0V, Alarm/Relay & Tamper.

    Do I also need this jump?

    Attached a file, will appreciated if you can indicate on the diagram.

    Thanks

     

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    to power the ubs you can use + and - from pir (that's 12 volt)

     

    then

    the ubs blue wire to com and if you want to use tamper (i don't know why?) also the same blue wire to one side of the tamper connection

    then in1 to no and in2 to the other connecton of tamper

     

    that's it

     

    in stead of use in2 for tamper, i would use in2 for another pir or doorcontact

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    I am lost with the ATZ wiring that Paradox systems have, we have got an EVO192, that has ATZ meaning each zone is doubled and supports two sensors on each port, that is achieved by using resistors as in the picture.
    The question is, how am I supposed to wire the universal binary sensor in this situation?

     

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