Call for more information. Description: Addressable eight- zone expander for Honeywell. ECP bus addressable systems. Product. compatible with the Honeywell hardwire zone expanders. When using carbon monoxide detectors in systems that support the. zone expanders. In this video, Joe shows users how to address a Honeywell Zone Expander with a hardwired Honeywell VISTA System. The purpose of a.
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Worked great abd great price. Old versions of this came with 1k EOL resistors.
If the is remotely mounted, there are provisions that tamper protect the unit so that it cannot be disconnected from the console wiring without detection by the control. Add both to Cart Add both to List.
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It is housed in a white plastic case for wall mounting and can be mounted in a universal alarm can. I repeated this for the 8 zones of the device. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? It’s a zone expander, not much to get excited about. Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
Buy the selected items together This item: We are here to help. The green onboard LED is not lit when it is working properly with the panel on my system. Here is what wound up working for me there is probably a better way to do it.
– Honeywell 8-Zone Wired Expansion Alarm Module
I don’t know what the green LED means. Email required Address never made public.
If mounted remotely, there are provisions to tamper protect the unit. Alliance, Ohio, Estados Unidos. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. When using carbon monoxide detectors in systems that support the zone expanders, install the detectors only on the basic hardwire zones of the system control panel, and NOT on the zone expanders. Notify me of new comments via email. You are commenting using your Facebook account. This board has a few differences Adds 2 relays Adds ademc resistors for each relay Adds 1 zener diode for each relay acfross coil Adds 2 TO devices for each relay Adds a jumper near 28 pin microcontroller You can tell the PCB is identical, asemco the exception of missing parts and different ink stamp of the part number.
I used this because of zone doubling Set address to 09 and the 8 new zones will start at If you’re already an ADI customer but do not currently have Website Access, please take a moment to register.
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