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Honeywell Access Systems

Outputs

Four form-C relays SPDT (Single Poll Double Throw) gold-
contact relays are provided for controlling door locks or other
output devices (I.E. sounder, burg panel, phone dialer....etc.).
Output
Description
Terminal
TB7-1
Normally Open (NO)
TB7-2
Common (COM)
TB7-3
Normally Closed (NC)
TB7-4
Normally Open (NO)
TB7-5
Common (COM)
TB7-6
Normally Closed (NC)
TB8-1
Normally Open (NO)
TB8-2
Common (COM)
TB8-3
Normally Closed (NC)
TB8-4
Normally Open (NO)
TB8-5
Common (COM)
TB8-6
Normally Closed (NC)
The energized or ON time for each relay can be configured by
using either time zone control, or programmable pulse time via
the host software.
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Relay 1 is defaulted to control the Door 1 lock & Relay 2 is
defaulted for the Door 2 lock. Relay 3 & 4 are used as auxiliary
relays for signaling other devices. All 4 relays are rated at 12
Amps / 28VDC for resistive loads and 6 Amps / 28VDC for
inductive loads (data switching).
Relay/Output
NOTE:
Number
(including door strikes and magnetic locks) it should not be used for
Relay 1 (Door 1)
low current dry circuit applications.
Relay 1 (Door 1)
NOTE:
Relay 1 (Door 1)
netic Interference) which may interfere with the normal operation of
other equipment.
Relay 2 (Door 2)
Relay 2 (Door 2)
Relay 2 (Door 2)
Relay 3
Relay 3
Relay 3
Relay 4
Relay 4
Relay 4
To minimize premature contact failure and increase system
reliability, contact circuit protection such as the S-4 suppressor
is required. Locate this device as close as possible to the Door
Strike / Maglock.
Once the relay pole has been used for an inductive load
Switching of inductive loads can cause EMI (Electromag-
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