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Autonomous siren with smart implant


Christosp87

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Dear friends,

 

I have an autonomous siren (+- 12v) and it can be activated with a plus or minus signal.

Is it possible to give a plus or minus signal from the smart implant?

 

I want to use it as an alarm.

For example, if the window is armed and someone opens it, the window sensor will give an alarm to smart implant, the smart implant will give a plus or minus signal and the alarm will sound.

 

Thanks in advanced...

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@Christosp87 You can use a 12V DC Powersupply for the Smart Implant and your 12V Sirene. Connect OUT1 or OUT2 with the sirene. The max load on the outputs is 150mA.

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  • On 10/23/2023 at 8:14 PM, Fabir said:

    @Christosp87 You can use a 12V DC Powersupply for the Smart Implant and your 12V Sirene. Connect OUT1 or OUT2 with the sirene. The max load on the outputs is 150mA.

    I've already connected a 12v power supply with the siren and the implant.

    What will be the connection of the out1 or out2?

    There are 2 terminals  for each output?

    What should I connect?

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    @Christosp87

    What type of siren do you have?

    Since I make security systems, I know that there are more types and more types of connections!

    You can have a siren that is permanently powered (+ and -) and by applying a positive or negative potential to the third wire, it will be activated.

    There are sirens where you only need to apply the power supply voltage. There are sirens that have other safety features and it is necessary to include a resistor, diode,...

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  • Martin, my siren works with 12v +- and with a third signal of + or - it can be activated.

    My question is how can I connect the smart implant.

    Except the power of the implant, how can I connect the out (1 or 2) to my siren?

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    @Christosp87 You simply take one potential from the siren's power supply and connect it to one terminal of OUT1 and take the third (activation) wire id of the siren and connect it to the other terminal of OUT1.

    And because I don't like your wording that +/- can be activated on the third wire, I wanted the exact type of siren from you. You obviously have no idea what you're doing! Write the type of siren. Otherwise.. some rypy sirens can really be activated by either + or - potential, but it must be set with some kind of switch (jumper).

    Low -, High -, Low+, High + can be used as teigger.

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  • 22 minutes ago, Martin_N said:

    @Christosp87 You simply take one potential from the siren's power supply and connect it to one terminal of OUT1 and take the third (activation) wire id of the siren and connect it to the other terminal of OUT1.

    And because I don't like your wording that +/- can be activated on the third wire, I wanted the exact type of siren from you. You obviously have no idea what you're doing! Write the type of siren. Otherwise.. some rypy sirens can really be activated by either + or - potential, but it must be set with some kind of switch (jumper).

    Low -, High -, Low+, High + can be used as teigger.

    My siren is BS413 from olimpia electronics.

     

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    @Christosp87

    Well, it's simple. As I wrote a while ago.

    +12VDC =====Siren +

    -12VDC=====Siren -

     

    +12VDC ===== SI +

    -12VDC ===== SI -

    -12VDC =====SI OUT1 terminal 1

    SI OUT1 terminal 2 ===== Siren terminal ST

    Switch the trigger sirene to negative.

     

    ...and it is done.

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  • 3 minutes ago, Martin_N said:

    @Christosp87

    Well, it's simple. As I wrote a while ago.

    +12VDC =====Siren +

    -12VDC=====Siren -

     

    +12VDC ===== SI +

    -12VDC ===== SI -

    -12VDC =====SI OUT1 terminal 1

    SI OUT1 terminal 2 ===== Siren terminal ST

    Switch the trigger sirene to negative.

     

    ...and it is done.

    Thanks a lot Martin...

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