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Thread: LOS-CIR-450 Sensor to drive CCI on keypad

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    LOS-CIR-450 Sensor to drive CCI on keypad

    I need to know if it is possible to use a LOS-CIR-450 sensor to drive the CCI on the back of a homeworks keypad to activate a vacancy action. What i'm trying to do is make this sensor operate like a vacancy sensor, press the keypad to turn loads on and the sensor to turn loads off if it does not sense motion

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    looks like you'll need a 24vdc power supply and a LV relay to match. This sensor output will be 24vdc, not a dry contact.

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    i was planning on using the 24 volt from the homeworks keypad loop and trying to use the sensor output to signal the contact on the back of the keypad to activate an action that would shut off the loads in the bathroom.

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    fair enough. but i think you'll still need a 24 volt dc relay to change the sensor's output to a dry contact for the CCI input on the keypad.

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