Alarm Panel Pro: Inputs and Outputs

Konnected Alarm Panel Pro


  1. Ethernet/PoE: The ethernet port on the right edge of the Alarm Panel Pro accepts a standard RJ45 ethernet connection. It can also be used to power the board through PoE with a PoE+ compatible (802.3at) switch or injector.

  2. Power Input: The DC barrel jack on the left edge of the device accepts a 5.5mm x 2.1mm DC power plug. Connect a 12VDC power supply here to power the device when used via WiFi or non-powered Ethernet. Also can be used to provide supplemental power for 12V devices when powered via PoE.

  3. Zones 1 - 8: The blue terminal blocks 1-8 correspond to zones 1-8 and can be used for either:
    • Binary sensors (i.e. door, window, motion sensors, smoke)
    • Digital sensors (i.e. temperature sensors)
    • 3.3V output triggers

  4. Zones 9 - 12: Blue terminal blocks 9 - 12 correspond to Zones 9 - 12 and can be used for binary sensors only.

  5. (G)round Terminals: Ground terminals labeled G are spaced out for convenience in connecting alarm system sensors. Two ground pins labeled GND are found on the left edge of the device. All grounds are common.

  6. ALRM1-: Dedicated 12V switched circuit for sirens, strobes, etc. ALARM 1 is a switched negative -- connect the black wire from the siren/strobe to ALARM 1 and the red wire to 12V+.

  7. ALRM2-: Additional 12V switched circuit for sirens, strobes, etc. To activate this circuit, switch the toggle switch to ALARM 2. The ALRM2- terminal is also a switched negative, similar to ALRM1-

  8. AUX-: Un-switched 12V negative for AUX powered devices.

  9. 12V+: Un-switched 12V positive for AUX powered devices.

  10. Micro-USB: The micro-USB port on the top edge of the device is for manually accessing the firmware and/or advanced debugging.

  11. +5V: Two 5V supply pins on the left edge of the device provide up to 500mA of current for powering 5V relays, sensors, etc.

  12. OUT1: Dedicated 3.3V trigger output for triggering a relay or piezo.

  13. OUT2: Additional 3.3V trigger output. Enable this output by toggling the toggle switch to OUT2.

  14. EXP1: Connect an Alarm Panel Interface module to interface Zones 1-6 in-parallel to a traditional wired alarm system.

  15. EXP2: Connect an Alarm Panel Interface module to interface Zones 7-12 in-parallel to a traditional wired alarm system.

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