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On the Omni II, the top row of terminals is dedicated to specialized components For instance, this top row is where the telephone connection is made and where the consoles are connected It is also in this top row of terminals where 12-volt (V) power and grounding terminals are available These terminals are used for components that require power; then, other wires from that cable are connected to the lower row of terminals (these are the zone inputs, explained in the next section)
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The bottom row of terminals contains the so-called zone inputs It is on these terminals that two-wire connections are made and the non-power connections of four-wire connections are made Each zone has two terminals, and (with our base Omni II system) there are 16 zones For example, when connecting a two-wire door sensor, one wire would be connected to the first terminal, the other wire to the second terminal However, when connecting a four-wire sensor like a motion detector the power wires would be connected to the power and ground terminals on the top row of connectors (typically red and black), while the other two wires would be connected to the zone inputs on the bottom row of terminals (typically, white and green), as shown in Figure 6-5
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Connecting a four-wire component to the control panel
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Power
You might be surprised when you open your control panel to find that it doesn t come with a backup battery If that wasn t shocking enough, you ll be floored to see that it doesn t come with a power transformer either Many security system control panels don t ship with batteries or transformers, so don t be surprised if you have to incur some extra costs when setting up your security system The following steps explain how to connect the transformer and battery, once you get them 2 MINUTES
Transformer Installation
The control panel draws its main power from your home s electrical system and must utilize a transformer to connect
1 Our Omni II control panel utilizes a Revere model RT-2440SL or equivalent transformer This transformer supplies 24 volts AC (Vac) and 20 volt-amperes (VA) Your system might use a different transformer
Converting Power with a Transformer
The power transformer redirects power from your home electrical system and converts it into the voltage, wattage, and amperage needed by the control panel This is a box that plugs into your wall, then connects to the control panel
2 The control panel must also be grounded before any power is applied This is accomplished by running a length of 14-gauge wire from the EARTH GND terminal of the control panel (on the Omni II, it is the leftmost post on the upper row of connectors) to either a cold water pipe or ground rod 3 Next, connect the grounding wire to a cold water pipe or a four-foot grounding rod
Grounding Guidelines
Grounding must be done in accordance with the national electric code, ANSI/NFPA 70, which deals with transformer installation
4 Connect the 24Vac power transformer to the 24 Vac INPUT terminals on the control panel
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Battery Installation
The battery for the Omni II should be a YUASA NP7-12 or equivalent (naturally, double-check your own control panel s battery requirements before plunking down the cash for a battery) This battery provides 12V at 7 ampere-hours (AH)
Battery Backup for Power Outages
A backup battery isn t needed, but in case your home s power goes out, it s a good idea to have one so you still benefit from your security system s protection Also, if you don t have a battery, there will be an annoying little light or indicator that keeps blinking, telling you that your backup battery has failed When running the wires to the battery, make sure the wires are kept at least 1/4 inch from all other wiring in the enclosure, then connect the black wire to the negative (-) contact and the red wire to the positive (+) contact
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