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Procedure to connect Buzzer/Sound Alarm to Netbotz 200/450/570

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Procedure to connect Buzzer/Sound Alarm to Netbotz 200/450/570

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Balaraman Jagadeesan on 2016-08-27


I would like to share the Connection diagram of the Buzzer/Sound Alarm for those who want to receive Sound Alarm when there is violation of Netbotz Sensors Thresholds. I hope this helps. 

 

 

The Relay NO/NC Outputs as an Action to threshold violations can be configured on Netbotz 200 & Advance View for Netbotz 450/570. 

 

 

I hope this helps. 

Regards,

Bala

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Re: Procedure to connect Buzzer/Sound Alarm to Netbotz 200/450/570

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Vineet K. Sarin on 2017-06-09


Very nice Bala...quite helpful.

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Re: Procedure to connect Buzzer/Sound Alarm to Netbotz 200/450/570

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Garry Priestland on 2017-06-09


I have also done it a similar way before, but be aware that the supply from the 12V and 24V connections shown are very weak, capable of only 75mA total output.  So if you choose a sounder that demands more than 75mA current, it might not work too well.

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