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  1. Just use a low cost dc-dc converter to step 24v down to 12v. Easier than sourcing 24v sensors.
  2. That sounds too cheap. I thought that combination including Ethernet was nearer £200 + VAT. https://www.securitywarehouse.co.uk/catalog/intruder-alarm-c-36/security-control-panels-c-36_102/1124-input-zone-medium-c-36_102_103/honeywell-flex20-pnl-small-boxmk7-proxethernet-p-4917.html
  3. Most modern systems - Honeywell Galaxy, Texecom, Etc. have many zones capability with double balanced circuits. This means that you can detect open and short circuits on each sensor and get a detailed message from the panel to tell you what's going on. You can use existing wiring and sensors. For existing sensors, you just add a couple of resistors to the contacts to make them double balanced. Each active sensor only requires 3 cores and passive sensors 2 cores. You can also add zone expansion using RIO's (remote I/O) for situations where you have an existing wire going to a point (
  4. Hi, I run SelfMon and can help you configure your system remotely. I've set up many systems this way for customers previously. All you need is a list of what you've connected and the layout. Contact me at selfmon and I'll help you out. Stuart.
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