EVO-KNX Paradox KNX interface

ELAUSYS EVO-KNX is a KNX gateway for the Paradox EVO alarm systems. It enables bidirectional communication with the alarm system using the printer module (PRT3) from Paradox.

Elausys EVO-KNX - Paradox KNX Interface
  • KNX Interface for Paradow EVO alarm systems
  • Up to 30 PGM status
  • Up to 96 zones status
  • Control up to 16 virtual inputs
  • Control up to 4 areas (arm/partial/disarm)
  • 9 status per area (alarm, entry, exit, fire,…)
  • Recall of KNX scenes for each status
  • Galvanic insulation from the KNX bus

DESCRIPTION

The KNX interface module EVO-KNX is a KNX gateway for the Paradox EVO alarm systems. It enables bidirectional communication with the alarm system using the printer module (PRT3) from Paradox.

It allows integrators to take advantage of a fully integrated alarm system including KNX scenarios, automatic lighting using the motion detectors, arming or monitoring the system using a KNX visualization.

This interface is intended to be used with a PARADOX EVO series alarm system. The system must be equipped with a PRT3 module for RS232 communication.

EVO-KNX Paradox Connection

CONNECTION

Elausys EVO-KNX module is supplied from an external 12VDC power supply which can be provided by the AUX power supply from the alarm system.

 The RS232 bus must be interconnected between the PRT3 and the EVO-KNX interface using the provided DB9 connector. No additional component or wiring is required.

EVO-KNX Paradox Wiring

SOFTWARE

Configuration of 15 or 30 PGM are available and will be listed in the device group objects.

 The status of each PGM of the Paradox alarm system is retrieved on a separate group object.

GO

NAME

DESCRIPTION

1

PGMx Status

PGM status

 

Configuration of up to 96 zones are available and will be listed in the device group objects.

Each ZONE has 1 Group Objects (GO) for the status to KNX.

 

GO

NAME

DESCRIPTION

1

Zone x Status

Zone status

 

Configuration of 16 virtual inputs are available and will be listed in the device group objects.

 

Each VIRTUAL INPUT has 1 Group Objects (GO) to be controlled from KNX :

 

GO

NAME

DESCRIPTION

1

Virtual Input x

Virtual input control (open / OK)

 

Up to 4 areas can be configured and listed in the group objects.

Each area can be controlled by using the 5 group objects: Arm, Force arm, Stay arm, Instant arm or disarm. Several statuses are available and have a dedicated group object.

A scene can be assigned to each status. This scene number will be recalled each time the area status is active (ON).

Each area has 14 Group Objects (GO), 5 for area control  and 9 for the area status to KNX.

GO

NAME

DESCRIPTION

1

Area x – Arm

Arm the Area

2

Area x – Force arm

Force arm the Area

3

Area x – Stay arm

Stay arm the Area

4

Area x – Instant arm

Instant arm the Area

5

Area x – Disarm

Disarm the Area

6

Area x – State disarmed

Area x status

7

Area x – Entry delay

Area x status

8

Area x – Exit delay

Area x status

9

Area x – State armed

Area x status

10

Area x – State stay armed

Area x status

11

Area x – Fire alarm

Area x status

12

Area x – Audible alarm

Area x status

13

Area x – Strobe alarm

Area x status

14

Area x – Alarm in zone number

Area x status

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