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3 Using a Rotozip tool (like the one in Figure 6-19), cut out the drywall where the frame will be placed
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Cutting the appropriate-sized hole in the wall using a Rotozip tool
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If you are wall mounting your console, don t cut out a giant chunk of wall; rather, a 3/16-inch hole should be drilled in the wall instead
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4 Pull the cable through the hole in the wall This might need to be done using fish tape (as we described earlier); then, line the cable up with the hole on the back of the console mounting hardware 5 Secure the mounting hardware to the wall With this particular model, there are special brackets that fan out of the back of the mounting hardware, then hold the hardware to the drywall Once it has been installed and the cabling pulled through, it will look like Figure 6-20
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Installed mounting hardware
6 Connect the wires from the console to the wires from your security cable With our console, the available wires are red, black, green, and yellow As such, we connected all the wires of the console to their color match partner on the cabling However, we connected the yellow wire
Designing and Building a Security System
of the console to the white wire of the cabling With this particular model, we connected the wires of the cabling to the wires of a plug, which will then be plugged into the console
7 Plug the connector into the console, as shown in Figure 6-21
Figure 6-21
Plugging the connector into the console
8 Insert console into wall 9 At the control panel, the following connections are made:
Red to 12V Black to GND White to A Green to B
Power Up
Once you ve connected all your sensors, consoles, and the transformer and battery, it s time to power up the system The following steps are required on the Omni II system, but are similar to other control panels Check your security system s installation instructions to ensure you follow the correct power-up procedures
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1 Double-check your work Make sure everything has been connected properly 2 Disconnect one lead of your sirens or other sounders 3 Disconnect the positive lead to the battery 4 Plug in the transformer On the Omni II system, we re checking to ensure that the AC ON LED illuminates, the STATUS LED starts blinking after a minute, and the PHONE LED is off 5 Unplug the transformer 6 Connect the red wire to the battery 7 Plug in the transformer (reactivating the system) 8 Unplug the transformer The system should work on battery power, as indicated by the STATUS LED flashing 9 Plug the transformer in and secure it to the outlet
Once you ve connected your security system, it will be necessary to program it In the next chapter, we ll talk about programming your security system
At this point, you should double-check all your security system s connections and components:
Is the cabling secured using rounded staples and free of slack Have you made a list indicating how wiring should be connected to the
control panel
Are the splices properly made Are your sensors, consoles, and other components securely fastened to the
wall or floor
Are connections to the control panel made properly Have the battery and transformer been properly installed Is the telephone connection and RJ31X jack installed correctly
With the grunt work behind you, you are ready to start having fun with your new system
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Programming the Security System
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nce your security system is physically installed, there are a number of ways in which you can manage it However, depending on the system you buy, you may have more or fewer control options than your neighbors do with their systems Security systems utilize consoles, telephones, computers, and even web browsers for system management Since the last chapter explained how to install security systems, and we used Home Automation, Inc s (HAI s) Omni II system, we ll continue by showing how to manage that system using two software packages that allow for the setup and management of the system The system can be controlled via a console, but initial setup is very cumbersome If you ve ever tried to program your cellular telephone with someone s name and telephone number, you have a basic idea of the steps required for console programming Now, however, imagine setting up hundreds of little details from a small keypad Forget it The console is great for checking system status and it s what you want to use to arm and disarm the system, but it s a pain for programming We can ameliorate this headache by utilizing a personal computer Note that the Omni II also allows for management of your Smart Home via a
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