I always use 1.0mm T&E to an unswitched fused spur. You can use fle
but I find it difficult to terminate in the spur. You will only requir
a 1 amp fuse in the spur as even in alarm the system will draw no mor
than 600 milliamps. Take the supply from a ring main if you can, if no
a lighting circuit will suffice although I don't recommend and never d
it myself. Anymore info required let me know. I've been fitting thes
panels for years
The max current an alarm takes is tiny - after all it will run for a long
time off a small SLA battery when the mains fails. So 0.5mm flex and a 3
amp fuse will be fine. If you have larger flex lying around and it fits
the connections etc use that - it won't do any harm.
*Rehab is for quitters
Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW
Is this of any use: http://www.securitycentres.co.uk/Manuals/9448.pdf
And I agree that Scantronic are spectacularly unhelpful. Did they tell
you to contact your 'competant installer'?
I asked them about what type of PIR to fit to my 9449 panel without
success. Pyronix (the PIR supplier) were much more helpful.
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