Ultra Sensitive Relay Module
The Altronix RBSNTTL is an ultra sensitive relay module that can be used in either the 12VDC or 24VDC operation mode. There is an isolate...
The Altronix RBSNTTL is an ultra sensitive relay module that can be used in either the 12VDC or 24VDC operation mode. There is an isolated trigger that is rated at 3VDC to 24VDC, 2mA to 16mA and can be wired as positive or negative. The RBSNTTL is used when connecting an external alarm siren to a Honeywell LYNX Touch wireless alarm control panel as the L5100 has a negative trigger output with a current limit of 3mA. You can also use the Honeywell 5800RL wireless relay module, but the RBSNTTL is a wired relay module. If you want to use the Altronix ultra sensitive relay module you will need to wire the RBSNTTL directly to the LYNX Touch trigger terminal.
When wired properly, the Altronix RBSNTTL ultra sensitive relay can turn on power for the Honeywell AD12612 auxiliary power supply. If you program the L5100 LYNX Touch trigger to activate on any burglary alarm and stop after the bell timeout, the RBSNTTL trigger will automatically cause the power supply to drive power out to the external sounders as soon the LYNX Touch goes into alarm. You should wire the ‘TRG’ terminal on the L5100 circuit board to the ‘TRG -’ terminal on the RBSNTTL relay. Next, wire the L5100 ‘GND’ terminal to the ‘NEG -’ terminal on the relay. You will need a jumper wire between the ‘TRG +’ terminal and the ‘POS +’ terminal on the RBSNTTL. After you have connected the relay module to your LYNX Touch, you need to connect the ‘POS +’ and ‘NO’ terminals to the ‘OUTPUT +’ terminal on the AD12612. Finally, to complete the setup, you need to connect the siren to the relay and the power supply. You should connect the siren’s positive wire to the ‘C’ terminal (next to the ‘NEG -’ terminal) on the relay module. You also have to connect the siren’s negative wire to the ‘NEG -’ terminal on the RBSNTTL and the ‘DC -’ terminal on the AD12612.
The RBSNTTL ultra sensitive relay has (2) DPDT contacts rated at 2A, 120VAC, 28VDC. One contact is used with the positive trigger terminals and the other contact is used with the negative trigger terminals. Make sure to use a jumper when using a common power source. If using the negative trigger, you should connect the ‘POS +’ terminal to the ‘TRG+’ terminal using a jumper. If using the positive trigger, the jumper should be connected across the ‘NEG -’ terminal and the ‘TRG -’ terminals. You can use the output contact to make or break load circuits.
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