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Quick Start Guide I/O LincTM – INSTEON® Low Voltage/Contact Closure Interface (1 In/1 Out) Model: 2450
Introduction Monitor and control any low voltage devices such as contact closures, electric door strikes and alarm sensors as part of your Insteon home automation network. Plus, use the built-in single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switch to connect any low-voltage powered device for continuous or momentary operation. Create your own remote-control door lock using a door strike and power supply or use a security sensor to trigger INSTEON controlled lights to turn on or off. I/O Linc acts as a repeater for all powerline INSTEON signals, is compatible with INSTEON and X10 products and has a pass-through outlet for other AC devices.
• Sensor wire: 20-22 gauge recommended
I/O Linc Screw Terminals
5V GND Sense N/C N/O Common
Newest Added: GD5SHGXKB WFG525S0HZ YWFE366LVQ MDE18PRAZW LCN097HV4
10mA Ground Sensor
Sensor Status LED
Sensor input 3.5mm jack terminals
N/O and N/C
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Using a Sensor as an INSTEON Controller 1) Plug I/O Linc into an unswitched outlet near your sensor.
The I/O Linc Status LED should turn on. 2) Connect one sensor wire to the I/O Linc GND terminal (see Figure 1). 3) Connect the other sensor wire to the I/O Linc Sensor terminal. 4) Put your sensor in the state that will trigger an ON command from I/O Linc.
The I/O Linc Sensor Status LED should turn on if the sensor is closed or turn off it the sensor is open. 5) Set I/O Linc to linking mode* by pressing and holding the Set button until it beeps (3 seconds).
The white I/O Linc Status LED should begin blinking. 6) Press and hold the responder’s Set button for 3 seconds.
The white I/O Linc Status LED should stop blinking and turn on solid. 7) Confirm that linking was successful by tapping the Set button on I/O Linc.
The responder should respond appropriately.
*Setup modes will automatically time out after 4 minutes.
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