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Thread: Carbon/Smoke Detector Integration

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    Carbon/Smoke Detector Integration

    I have a customer that wants his Carbon/smoke detectors in the system. What products work well with the system and will give some control over them?

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    ForrestD, what kind of control does he want over a Carbon/Smoke detector? The only way that something like that would integrate into a Radio Ra2 system would be through a VCRX. The detector would need to feature a contact closure output which would get connected to the contact closure input on the VCRX, then when the detector is triggered it could turn on a programmed set of lights or scene.

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    That makes sense. I can see how that would work well. I don't know if I'm putting a vcrx into the system though, there aren't any other devices that have the contact closure outputs are there?

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    LMJ-CCO1-24-B
    RF CCO Module®The RF CCO Module is a low-voltage radiofrequency (RF) control that provides a singledry contact closure output based on input fromRadioRAR 2 and HomeWorksR QS systems.It can be powered by 24 V~ or 24 V- foreasy connection and integration into buildingmanagement, HVAC, VAV, and other 3rd-partysystems.• Single contact closure output including bothnormally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) drycontacts• Maintained or momentary

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    The LMJ-CCO1-24-B only has an output, you would need to use the VCRX to be able to receive the CCI from the detector.

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    Ok, thanks for the information everyone.

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