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Is a Translator like a Repeater?

<p>Absolutely.  A Wireless Translator listening to existing sensors provides the same dramatic increase in range as using a Repeater.  So it is common for installing dealers to see&#8230;</p>
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What Repeater should I use with a 2GIG system?

<p>The Universal RE524X has replaced the previous version of RE220 and RE220T translators.  &nbsp; This situation does cause some confusion. Since the 2GIG panel can hear both 2GIG&#8230;</p>
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Repeaters in Resolution’s Connect+ platform

<p>Resolution Products has introduced a Cryptix repeater to it lineup to offer an even bigger advantage over the competition. The Connect+ already surpassing range tests on other panels&#8230;</p>
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Locating the Translator

<p>It may be counter-intuitive, mounting the Translator too close to the panel can cause problems.  Control panels can become deaf to wireless signals if they are too loud&#8230;.</p>
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Enrollment of Sensors into the panel

<p>Each hardwired zone/sensor must be enrolled as a wireless zone in the panel.  Simply enrolling the Translator itself in will not enable zone communications. Examples of enrolling the&#8230;</p>
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Supervision of the Translator

<p>It is good practice to enroll the Translator itself into the panel in order to monitor tamper and battery status (which can also indicate loss of wall power)&#8230;.</p>
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EOL Resistors

<p>For the Universal RE508X Hardwire to Wireless Translator: The translator does not require resistors for normally closed zones that do not require tamper detection. If resistors already exists&#8230;</p>
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Powering the Translator

<p>The Universal Translators (both RE524X and RE508X) come packaged with a 12v power supply that uses a barrel connection. If a longer connection is needed there is also&#8230;</p>