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Wiring smart implant - optex PIR VXS




I would like to connect the smart implant FGBS-222 to an optex device. The device is VXS-RDAM and the connection is as follows:

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The figure of the left is the optex connection in the datasheet for two inputs (tamper + alarm). On the right, the conection to the fibaro is showed.

At the moment, I am not going to connect to a wiring alarm , I want to communicate it exclusively by wireless connection.

Has anyone have an idea of what is the correct wiring connection, I much appreciate any help.

Another doubt,  the FGBS-222 needs a power supply of 9-30V DC ±10%, and the optex device battery provides  the following supply:

CR123A x 3 (3.0 V DC)

CR2 x 3 (3.0 V DC)

1/2AA x 3 (3.6 V DC)

1/2AA x 6 (7.2 V DC x 3)*

*3.6 V DC 1/2 AA battery in series

Document (pag 2) 

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And the power input is 3 to 9 V DC Lithium or Alkaline Battery.

Do I need an extra batery (independent) for the smart implant?

Watching this document (page 1)

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 I  think that I can not share batteries as it must be the same type ( 3v, max 7.2 v). So I must use the second scheme (not battery sharing) . In this case what kind of batteries do you usually use for Smart implant, ¿ 9 v?

I hope the subject help others to connect these great devices to the z-wave hub.

Thanks in advance for the help.



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