Identify the Alarm Panel & Add-on boards

There are two variations of the Konnected Alarm Panel boards. Both boards support up to 6 zones and a 12V AUX power output.


Konnected Alarm Panel board

The Alarm Panel board features six zones, AUX power out, and a built-in switched output for direct connection and control of a siren or strobe.

  1. Expansion port for connecting the Alarm Panel Interface module.
  2. Reboot button. Press once to reboot the device.
  3. ESP8266 microcontroller with embededded WiFi antenna.
  4. Mounting hole (fits size M3).
  5. Reset button. Hold for 10 seconds to erase all settings.
  6. Zones 1 - 6 can be used as sensor inputs. Zones 1 - 5 can also be used as 3.3V trigger outputs.
  7. Shared ground terminals are labeled with "G".
  8. Switched alarm/siren negative. Connect black wire from siren here.
  9. Supplies constant AUX power. Connect red wire from siren here.
  10. Ground/negative connection for AUX powered devices.
  11. Input power 12V - 24V DC.
  12. Micro-USB port for servicing firmware or advanced debugging.


Konnected Alarm Panel Add-on board

The Add-on board features six zones, AUX power out and a 3.3V signal output for connecting the piezo buzzer or a relay module. It also has a 5V AUX output for powering a 5V relay module or DHT sensor (available separately).

  1. Expansion port for connecting the Alarm Panel Interface module.
  2. Reboot button. Press once to reboot the device.
  3. ESP8266 microcontroller with embededded WiFi antenna.
  4. Mounting hole (fits size M3).
  5. Reset button. Hold for 10 seconds to erase all settings.
  6. Dedicated OUT zone (3.3V trigger).
  7. Zones 1 - 6 can be used as sensor inputs. Zones 1 - 5 can also be used as 3.3V trigger outputs.
  8. Shared ground terminals are labeled with "G".
  9. Ground/negative connection for AUX powered devices.
  10. Supplies constant AUX power positive (same as input voltage).
  11. Input power 12V - 24V DC.
  12. Dedicated OUT zone (same as #6).
  13. Shared ground male header.
  14. 5V supply for relay (max 500mA).
  15. Micro-USB port for servicing firmware or advanced debugging.

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