Connecting a Door Status Input

Connecting a Door Status Input

Each PXL-500 is shipped with an installation kit including all necessary terminal blocks and transorbs. One of these terminal blocks has a jumper across pins 1 and 2. This terminal block is designated for use on TB-4.

If a door switch is not used on the controller, this jumper prevents a continuous door open status alarm from being received by the controller. If a door switch is used, simply remove this jumper and install the door switch leads.

Note: A Door Switch must be installed on any door to which anti-passback is being applied for proper tracking of the anti-passback feature in the Doors program.

Open door to open circuit and activate door switch input

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