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Depending on the sensor, you will need to connect the wires to the sensor, then to the control panel in a specific manner In our system, we re using security cable that used four wires, each a different color: red, black, white, and green The sensors may or may not have these color wires, so when you splice the sensors onto the security cabling wire, it is helpful to make a note of which colors are which so connecting them to the control panel is easier This is especially important when the sensor is mounted to the wall and the wires are not able to be seen Other sensors only utilize two wires and it won t matter which wire is connected to the control panel As such, it s still a good idea to keep track of which wires from your cable you re connecting to your sensor, but it doesn t matter which one is connected to which terminal on the control panel
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Develop an overall standard for your connections For instance, if you have many two-wire sensors, make it a point to always use the same colored wires, like red and black, for all your connections That way, you don t have to remember which wires you used In our Smart Home project, we use red for power, black for ground, and white and green for zone connections
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To connect two wires together, utilize butt connectors, as shown in Figure 6-8 Then, use a crimping tool to secure the connector, like the one shown in Figure 6-9
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Figure 6-8
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Motion Detector
Motion detectors are a major component of any security system, but they are especially important in Smart Homes There are many different types of motion sensors that you can use, but the following steps are indicative of general motion detector installation This particular motion detector is being placed in the garage
1 Run cabling to the location where you want your motion detector positioned You might need to use fish tape to run the cabling through the wall 2 Prepare the cabling by stripping insulation from the cable and the four wires 3 Remove the back of the motion detector casing This allows access to the sensor s electronics 4 Perform any knockouts that are necessary
Using Knockouts
Knockouts are scored areas on the sensor s housing that can be knocked out so that wire can be passed through Manufacturers create knockouts so that the customer can install their product, allowing for multiple installation scenarios, but without making their sensor look like a piece of Swiss cheese
5 Using screws, install the backplate to the wall, as shown in Figure 6-10
Figure 6-10
Attaching the backplate to the wall
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6 Connect the security cabling to the sensor s circuit board This sensor is being installed in normally closed mode As such, we ve made the following wiring connections (this is shown in Figure 6-11):
Figure 6-11
Connecting the wires to the motion detector
Red to a +12V Black to GND Green to NC White to C
7 Ensure the wiring is clear of the cover and internal components 8 Put the cover back on the sensor 9 At the control panel, the following connections are made:
Red to a 12V terminal Black to a GND terminal White to a zone input terminal Green to the other zone input terminal
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Door/Window Sensors
Installing door and window sensors is a very simple task Since these sensors only utilize two wires, the only difficulty is in fishing the cabling to the location where you need it After that, it s a simple matter of splicing the sensor into your wiring and making final connections The following steps enumerate the process of connecting a contact switch on a door or window
1 Run cabling to the location where you want your sensor and magnet positioned You might need to use fish tape to run the cabling through the wall 2 Prepare the cabling by stripping insulation from the cable and two wires 3 Drill hole through wall or floor (as shown in Figure 6-12)
Figure 6-12
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