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 Posted: Tuesday Nov 11th, 2014 05:07 pm
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hasan hadi
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Hi,
I need website or any company buy motion sensor matching with comfort system also gas sensor , magnetic sensor ,.....
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 Posted: Wednesday Nov 12th, 2014 06:22 am
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Any PIR, smoke, gas, heat detector operating on 12V designed for burglar alarm systems will work with Comfort.
For fire/smoke, do not use 2 wires sensors. 4 wires 12V sensors are needed

You should be able to find many manufacturers or distributors

Hunters have s good selection from various  manufacturers http://www.hunters-wholesalers.co.uk/



 Posted: Wednesday Nov 12th, 2014 07:24 am
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slychiu wrote: Any PIR, smoke, gas, heat detector operating on 12V designed for burglar alarm systems will work with Comfort.
For fire/smoke, do not use 2 wires sensors. 4 wires 12V sensors are needed

You should be able to find many manufacturers or distributors

Hunters have s good selection from various  manufacturers http://www.hunters-wholesalers.co.uk/


Hi,I have equation about all sensor or zone input 
this zone need dry input I mean PIR sensor assume work 12vdc but out not dry  i mean output is voltage this voltage is acceptable for comfort system or not  or must be inside PIR sensor relay and output relay connected to zones 
please this important before buy any sensor 
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Last edited on Wednesday Nov 12th, 2014 07:26 am by hasan hadi



 Posted: Wednesday Nov 12th, 2014 07:51 am
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PIR and all sensor must be dry contact not 12V output

Sensors made for alarm ysytems are all dry contact



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