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    Is a ground when armed....

    Is it just a ground that is only active when the system is armed?







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    Re: Is a ground when armed....

    yes.............



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    Re: Is a ground when armed....

    Yes, it is a low current ground output used for activating other components such as a voice module, a dual field sensor, scanning leds, starter kill relays, etc...



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