The following table summarizes the installation and configuration process for the Galaxy
Before you start configuring Security Center intrusion entities,
you should understand the relationship between Honeywell
Galaxy terms and Security Center entities, and read the
information about this release.
Configure the inputs, outputs, and groups on your Galaxy
Enable communications between Security Center server and the
control panel, using IP or RS-232 communication.
Create the Intrusion Manager role in Security Center to manage
the intrusion detection unit.
Create the Galaxy Dimension control panel as an intrusion
detection unit in Security Center.
Configure the intrusion detection unit basic properties (for
example, activating the inputs, outputs, and intrusion detection
areas to monitor).
Map inputs to intrusion detection areas so events received from
the control panel are associated to specific areas.
(Optional) Set the time zone for the intrusion detection unit.
(Optional) Create custom events for the control panel that can be
received in Security Center.
(Optional) Configure the heartbeat connection if you want to
monitor the communication between Security Center server and
the control panel.
(Optional) Map intrusion detection areas to cameras to view
video associated to intrusion events in Security Desk.
(Optional) Create events-to-actions, for Galaxy Dimension
control panel events received in Security Center to trigger
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"How Honeywell Galaxy terminology is
used in Security Center"
on page 4 and
on page 5.
See the Honeywell Galaxy Dimension
"Configure the control panel for RS-
on page 15.
"Configure the control panel for IP
on page 17
"Create the Intrusion Manager role"
"Create the Intrusion detection unit"
"Configure intrusion detection unit
on page 24.
"Map inputs to intrusion detection
on page 27.
"Set the time zone"
on page 29.
"Create custom event mappings"
"Configuring the heartbeat connection"
on page 30.
"Map intrusion detection areas to
on page 33
"Map Galaxy panel events to Security
on page 34.