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We ve chosen to locate the control panel in the basement of our Smart Home This is a good location because it keeps the control panel out of sight, it is in a protected area, and it is collocated with the rest of our Smart Home LAN Proximity to the Smart Home LAN isn t required; however, it s convenient and handy to have everything positioned together Depending on your home, you may or may not have a basement, or the basement simply might not be an option for you As such, the general rule of thumb is to make sure the control panel is located in a place that is both out of the way and safe safe from the environment and safe from potential attackers The other bonus of installing the control panel in the basement is that when we run cabling to various locations, it is easier to run under the unfinished basement ceiling, then drill through the floor to access the sensors You cannot, however, simply place the control panel anywhere you like in the basement There are important considerations when locating the control panel First, it s necessary to locate your control panel near an electrical outlet preferably on its own circuit That way, if the circuit breaker should pop because you ve turned on the dryer, washer, and a half dozen other things, your security system won t have to fall back to its battery power Our Omni II will require two outlets one to provide power to the control panel, the other for the X10 interface Second, you should locate the control panel in close proximity to your telephone system s punch-down block The punch-down block is where the telephone line comes into the house and is distributed to phone jacks around the home This is important because your security system might have to connect to the outside world For instance, if you decide to have your system monitored, you ll need to connect to the telephone system Also, our Omni II has a feature that allows it to be controlled through the home telephone
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To mount your control panel, follow these steps:
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1 Choose a location for your control panel In addition to the aforementioned placement considerations, you must also decide where on the wall you wish to mount it Since the control panel is encased in a hefty metal box, fasten the control panel to wall studs so that it will have enough support to prevent it from ripping out of the wall and crashing to the floor
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2 Use a level (as shown in Figure 6-2) to make sure the control panel is positioned properly (you might need a friend to help with this one)
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Figure 6-2
Leveling the control panel before installation
3 Using a pencil, mark the location of the mounting screws through the hangers on the back of the unit 4 Attach two mounting screws into the studs where you made a pencil mark Screw them in about three quarters of the way Alternately, you could hang a piece of plywood between a couple studs, then locate the control panel s mounting screws anywhere on it 5 Place the control panel and enclosure over the screws and let it slide down so it seats properly 6 Turn the screws until the control panel is held firmly in place, as shown in Figure 6-3
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Figure 6-3
Mounting the control panel to the wall
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When you look at the circuit board on your control panel, the top portion looks like a circuit board you ve seen in everything from computers to microwave ovens You don t have to concern yourself with what the microchips and capacitors do However, at the bottom of the control panel are two rows of terminals into which you ll be connecting your sensors, as shown in Figure 6-4
Figure 6-4
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