Terxon MX 8-Zone Wired Extension (Art. no. AZ4130)

  • 4-wire bus connection
  • Enables individual identification of detectors (advisable in areas where safety and security are important)
  • Allows clustering in logical areas
  • Minimises cabling work

Terxon MX 8-Zone Wired Extension (Art. no. AZ4130)

For trouble-free and safe operation, this device must be installed and regularly maintained by a specialist trained by us. Arrange regular maintenance appointments with your installer to ensure trouble-free operation over the long term with the latest safety updates and new functions

The Terxon MX 8-zone Wired Extension is an extension module for the Terxon MX. Using this module, you can extend your alarm system by up to 8 wired alarm zones. The 8 zones of the wired expansion are connected to the motherboard of the Terxon MX via 4-wire bus cables. You can connect up to 3 expansion modules (wireless or wired) to your existing alarm center. The Terxon MX can thus be expanded to up to 32 zones. The additional alarm zones are freely programmable and tampering-protected. The type of wiring – NC or DEOL – is left up to you, but it must be the same for all zones. Via a jumper on the circuit board, you can assign the zones of the expansion module (9 to 16, 17 to 24 and 25 to 32).

Art. no.: AZ4130
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 128x183x35 mm
Connections: 4-wire bus
Number of wired zones: 8
Width: 128 mm
Housing material: ABS
Height: 183 mm
Length: 35 mm
Power consumption: 30 W
Net weight: 0,33 kg
Tamper monitoring:
DC voltage supply: 12 V
Power consumption: 30 mA
Certifications: REQ

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Terxon MX 8-zone wired extension

Terxon MX extensions

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