Does anyone have experience upgrading a Gemini Alarm system to Konnected? We still use the alarm every night, so I'm not sure if I should go with the Konnected Panel or Interface.  We have two display keypads, two audible siren/voice alarms, a heat detector, broken glass sensor, and sensors on doors and windows. I don't know how many zones. I've tried reading the user manual I found online. If someone could explain what is what in my Alarm panel, or share a link that would help it would be greatly appreciated. 

Gem-P3200.  Picture attached.

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  • And here is the wiring Diagram

  • Anthony,

    Didi you have an answer to your question. I have similar question and interested to learn

  • Hello, what happens to my existing wireless zones after I install your device? I currently have a Napco alarm system. Do I have to switch out my existing wireless sensors for Konnected ones? Thanks

  • Im in the same boat, would like to know if Gemini board can be used to upgrade to Konnected.  I did submit a ticket and waiting for results

  • I am using Konnected Pro with a Gemini 3200 panel. Works perfectly and I have keyswitch arming configured. Also using the E4 lug to monitor arm/disarm status.
  • Josh, Would you be willing to share pictures/procedures/tips? I am particularly interested in how you programmed the keyswitch and utilized the E4 lug to monitor the status. Anthony Huemann
  •  I have a Gemini that i believe has a bunch of wireless sensors.  Can I upgrade it with a konnected board and retain the existing sensors?  Attached is a window sensor. 

    thanks for the help!!

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  • Have gotten zone monitoring working fine. Albeit that all my CO detectors are connected to the keypad zones so figuring out if they trigger seems to be impossible without another Connected interface up at the keypad.

    @Josh - am also interested in seeing how you got the alarm status, armed status and key switch arming to work. 

    For arm status...

    I've got a Gemini P1632, so it looks like lug E15 is the equivalent to your lug E4. Did you need to program this on the panel or did it just work?

    For alarm status...

    How did you get this? I was thinking of using one of the PGM outputs, but wasn't sure if I could achieve the same thing just connecting to the Bell output

    For key switch arming...

    Seems like this is achieved using a zone on the board. As all mine are used up then I was guessing I could use a zone doubling resistor on one of them but wasn't sure. Anyone with experience of this, let me know.

  • I'm on the fence about whether to purchase the interface kit yet.  Done a lot of research and watched a lot of videos.

    I have an old mid-90s Napco system and have found, after much effort, that it is keyswitch compatible.  I have no idea, though, how I might have to program my old system to use the interface kit with the relay module to do this.  I guess I might need the dealer code for my system, but I'm not sure about that, etc.

    My wife is reluctant to change the system we have with landline monitoring and a crappy monitoring service even though I'm confident I could use the conversion kit to fully replace our old system and use Smartthings and the much cheaper monitoring system available with this option.

    If Joshua or anybody else could tell me what you need to do to enable keyswitch besides connect the interface module to an open zone, I'd really appreciate it.

  • I happily replaced a 16-zone entirely wired Napco Gemini P816 installation. All works great.

    I decided NOT to go in parallel with the existing board because I don't have the master codes to reprogram it.


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