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Fike Duonet Fire Detection System to Fibaro HC3




Just want to ask some help and suggestion.

We are using a fire detection system Fike Duonet comes with sounder alarms.
Just want to ask if it is possible to integrate it with Fibaro HC3.
What we are thinking is just to use the sounder alarms of Fike once sensor are triggered.
Does anyone have done this even with other fire system to used the sounder alarms as well?
Thank you very much for your time.

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Your Fike Duonet system is a full-fledged fire detection according to EN54-x standards.
For integration into Fibaro, use a free output (potential-free contact, not voltage to the sirens) and connect the Smart Implant inputs to it.
However, your fire detection system is a so-called "reserved device" and work on it should only be performed by a person with the appropriate certification. Everything depends on local regulations, however, they do not change much within the EU.

I say again,... you have to use a potential-free output, not the voltage with which the sirens are controlled!.


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