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Paradox

Paradox alarm systems feature reliable communication technology, flexible expansion and great-looking keypads, making for an ideal security system for any domestic or commercial installations.

bOS Paradox device supports the following panel types:

PRT3 modul is required for communication with bOS Server. Panel should be connected to a free COM port of the controller running bOS Server via PRT3 modul.

Before creating the bOS configuration, the Paradox system should be programmed according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Paradox

Picture 1: Paradox node

The correct COM Port and Panel Type settings should be entered for the Paradox node.

The Paradox node contains two sub nodes(Partitions and Zones) which act as containers for partitions and zones.

Alarm Partition

Note: Create it by right clicking on Partitions subnode and selecting *Partition from the list.*

This node represents the alarm partition state. The Partition Number should be set according to your Paradox configuration report.

PIN should be entered, because it is required for most functions(Arm, Disarm, emergencies) available under the Functions tab.

Virtual keypad for the partition can be added to frame by dragging the partition node to the theme. The keypad supports basic functions like entering user PIN, Arm, Disarm, Stay, and panic buttons.

Partition can also be operated with functions found under the Functions tab.

Partition Picture 2: Paradox partition

Alarm Zone

Note: Create it by right clicking on Zones subnode and selecting *Zone from the list.*

Node represents the alarm zone state. The Zone Number should be set according to your Paradox configuration.

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