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Paradox to KNX-BUS Interface

Basic Device features

• Sending the state of each zone (Transmits on change)
• Selectively sending each zone’s status at start-up
• Provides the partition status (armed/disarmed) – (troubled/not troubled)
• Sending of states can be enabled/disabled in runtime
• New firmware can be loaded when available
• Communication error with alarm system is indicated with individual object
• Safety feature overwrites attempt to affect real zone status if another device writes to same group address
• Alarm keypad display messages can be transferred over the BUS
• Alarm keypad status LEDs and sound notifications can be transferred over the BUS
• LED indicators to show operating state of the device
• Remote restart of the device
• Alarm Keypad and display emulation
Unit interface connection CBI-064 for programming

1. Connect the unit’s interface power supply (6-12 VDC).
2. Connect the RS-232 port (Program mode/Alarm Mode) of the unit interface with the Computer via a female-female RS-232 crossed cable.
 The power of KNX BUS connection is not necessary during the programming of the device.

Unit interface connection CBI-064 for operation with the alarm system

1. Connect the device to KNX BUS (20-33 VDC).
2. Connect the port RS-232 (program mode/alarm mode) of the unit interface with the subunit APR-PRT3 of the alarm system (which is connected to the data BUS of the alarm) via a male-female RS -232 straight wire.
3. Connect the power supply of the unit PBI-192 Interface (6-12 VDC).

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Technical and functional characteristics are subject to change without notice.

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