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Hi Peter,

I want to connect the VS-YSGJH-A siren to the G60 alarmpanel, i have read the article on your website but did not succeed:

On the siren side i have the following connections: Power + and Power -, Light TR and Siren TR and Tamper

Where do i have to connect above mentioned siren connections on the G60 side where i have: +12 and -12, Bell- and Bell+ and no comm.

Can you please help and describe exactly how to connect?

Many thanks in advance,

Otto

Hello Otto,

Thanks for your Email.

The connection method:
Method A:
1. Power - and Power + should connect to a separate power supply.
2. Light TR and Siren TR should connect to Siren + (alarm panel)
3. Power - should connect to Siren - (alarm panel)

Method B:
1. Power - connects to Siren -
2. Light TR and Siren TR, Power + connect to Siren +

Method C:
Powered by internal backup battery of siren, you can try this method by yourself.

Sincerely,

Peter Chen
Unifore Security
http://www.hkvstar.com


Thank you Peter. So if i understand you correctly an separate power supply is not necessary and the G60 alarmpanel can also power the siren right?

And in method 2: Light TR, Siren TR AND Power + needs to be connect to Siren + from the Alarmpanel?


Can you draw a simple schematic overview from this connection?

Hello Otto,

Thanks for your feedback.

The G60-Ultimate can provide power to low power consumption siren
http://www.hkvstar.com/item/hardwired-indoor-strobe-siren.html

It may not give power supply to outdoor strobe siren.

In the method 2, Light TR and Siren TR and Power + need to connect to Bell + from the alarm panel.

Sincerely,

Peter Chen
Unifore Security
http://www.hkvstar.com


Dear Peter,

What cable do we need to use for wiring the VS-YSGJH-A siren to the G60 alarm panel?

Please specify.

Thanks in advance!

Best regards,

Otto Boot

Hello Otto Boot,

Thanks for your feedback.

You can use either Cat5 Ethernet cable or RVV PVC sheathed cable.

Reference: http://www.hkvstar.com/technology-news/guidance-on-selecting-cable-for-burglar-alarm-system-and-cctv-surveillance-system.html

Sincerely,

Peter Chen
Unifore Security
http://www.hkvstar.com

 
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Article ID: 72
Category: Alarm System
Date added: 2017-07-19 08:59:29
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