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Honeywell 2-44+ Quick Start Manual

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Galaxy 2 Series Quick-start Guide
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that any personnel installing
a Galaxy 2 Series panel undertake appropriate training. A full
installation manual should be obtained from your branch.
Variants
The Galaxy 2 Series is available as two different variants.
The variants are shown in the table below:
Model
No of zones
on-board
2-20
12
2-44+
12
*Excluding Master and Engineer
Setup
In order to get the system up and running, mount the panel
and connect and address all peripherals as described
below, before finally powering the system.
Peripheral Wiring
The following peripherals can be connected to the panel:
RS485 Bus: Mk7 LCD Keypad/Keyprox; MAX
PSU; Ethernet Module; RF Portal.
NOTE: The system must be wired in a daisy-chain
configuration. Spur and star configurations must
not be used. The recommended cable used to
connect the RS485 (AB) line is twisted pair
screened cable (Belden 8723 equivalent).
However, for cable runs of less than 100m in
normal environments, standard 4-core cable can
be used.
Panel
AUX+
AUX–
A
B
RS485 Peripheral Wiring
ECP Bus (2–44+ only): 6160 Keypad/Keyprox; 5882H
RF receiver; ECP zone expander.
NOTE: Keypads can be wired to the control panel
independently, in series or in star configuration. The
maximum total cable length for peripherals connected to
this line is 100 m.
6160
Panel
Keypad
AUX+
+
AUX–
DO
Y
DI
G
ECP Peripheral Wiring (2-44+ only)
Zones
STD
(MAX)
Users*
20
22
44
22
3
; RIO;
Peripheral
+
A
B
5800
ECP 8-Zone
Receiver
Expander
+ (red)
+12V I/P
– (black)
DO (yellow)
DO
DI (green)
DI
A full technical installation manual will be given to each installer
at the training session. Additional manuals can be purchased
from your distributor.
Additionally, the installation manual is available from the
Honeywell Security website: www.honeywell.com/security
Peripheral Addressing
The address on most peripherals is set by either jumpers or
a rotary switch. These must be set before the system is
powered up. See the instructions with the peripheral for
details.
The following table identifies the available peripheral
addresses:
Peripheral
Mk7 Keypad
& Keyprox
MAX3**
RIO
PSU
RF Portal*
6160 Keypad
6160 Keyprox
Keypad
keyprox
5882H RF
Receiver*
ECP 8-zone
expander
Peripheral Addresses
*
Adding one wireless receiver allows all zones to become
wireless, up to the maximum for the panel type. Adding a second
receiver allows for greater reception coverage.
**
3
The number of MAX
s available on the system is limited to 1.
Mains Supply Wiring
This product is not suitable for installation, maintenance or
connection by the user. A competent, qualified engineer,
with for example NSI approval, must carry out installation
and maintenance.
Warning: A means of isolation from the mains supply
must be provided within two metres of the
control panel. Where live and neutral
supplies can be identified, a fused spur with
a 3A fuse must be fitted on the live circuit.
Where live and neutral circuits cannot be
readily identified, 3A fuses must be fitted to
both circuits.
Connect the wires to the mains terminal block in the panel
as follows:
Blue (neutral) – connect to terminal N
Green/Yellow (earth) – connect to terminal E
Brown (live) – connect to terminal L
1
Valid addresses
G2-20
G2-44+
0, 1, 2, 3
0, 1, 2, 3
0, 1, 2, 3
0, 1, 2, 3
2
2, 3, 4, 5
2
2, 3, 4, 5
4, 5
4, 5
-
0, 1, 2, 3
-
0, 1
-
4, 5
-
4, 5
-
2, 3, 4

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  • Page 1

    Galaxy 2 Series panel undertake appropriate training. A full installation manual should be obtained from your branch. Additionally, the installation manual is available from the Honeywell Security website: www.honeywell.com/security Variants Peripheral Addressing The address on most peripherals is set by either jumpers or The Galaxy 2 Series is available as two different variants.

  • Page 2: Zone Wiring

    Zone Address Format Output Wiring The on-board outputs are all open-collector switched 1 0 1 5 Bus Line Zone number negative. The load that is to be controlled by an output RIO Address should be connected between +12 V and the output terminal.

  • Page 3

    How to get into Engineer Mode How to Restore an Alarm, Tamper or Fault Entry to Engineer Mode is authorised by a user in menu option 48 = Engineer Access. Following this, the Alarms, tampers and fault conditions will be restored engineer will have 5 minutes in which to enter his code.

  • Page 4

    for that zone. Wireless detectors are configured within the Communications programming of the individual zones in this menu. Built-in Comms 53=Outputs In this menu, the function of each individual output can be The Galaxy 2 Series has a built-in telephone dialler. The customised.

  • Page 5

    Panel Specifications Fuses Physical Mains 200 mA, 20 mm Anti-surge (IEC 127) 2-20: Metal box - 1.2 mm steel Width: 300 mm Battery (F1) 1 A, 20 mm Anti-surge Height: 255 mm AUX (F2) 500 mA, 20 mm Anti-surge Depth: 115 mm Bell (F3) 500 mA, 20 mm Anti-surge Weight: 3.9 kg...

  • Page 6

    EN50131 Compliance WARRANTY This product is suitable for use in systems designed to comply Honeywell Security, and its divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates with PD6662:2004 and EN50131-1:2004. (“Seller”), 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York, 11791, warrants its Security Grade - 2...

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