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Caddx NX 8Caddx NX-003 - X-Pand-A-Can for NX-6, NX-8 and NX-8E
Caddx EXPANDACAN Module Expansion Cabinet This Expansion Box You Can Use For Additional Modules. 11.75 x 12 x 4

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Brand: Caddx
Part Numbers: CA-NX003, GGENX003, NX-003, NX003
UPC: 0782136405439, 782136405439


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ypsilon 6:46pm on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 
Passive cooled, and quiet, "Check!". 7900 gtx performance when overclocked, "Check!". Can be cooled much easier with passive cooler, "Check!".
zast 8:05pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 
Pros: EXCELLENT LINUX SUPPORT, Silent, 256mb, DDR2, Dual monitor out, optional low profile bracket. Cons: AGP, not the fastest card around. well, its not a such high-end processor. but i strongly recommend it because of its value for money.
tomlechner 10:36am on Sunday, August 8th, 2010 
I have an older (from 2003) computer that still worked well, although it was in dire need of some updating. I decided to get it a new hard drive.
RSC 11:06pm on Friday, July 23rd, 2010 
too high powered Seems a really super graphics card at a knock-down price! We bought this to replace a defunct card in a 2 year old Dell.
r_nathan 8:48am on Saturday, July 17th, 2010 
This card has provided trouble free performance and handled everything I have thrown at it. I needed a board that could support 2560X1600 resolution and run on my system that has a 240 Watt power supply. This card does it great.
CrazyDelta 7:48pm on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 
I would consider this a Budget card. I notice a big difference increase in my FPS in games between ATI Radeon X200 (integrated). The Nvidia Geforce 9600 GT by eVGA is an extrodinary card for the price, the power it has to handle all the new games out to date.
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"Best graphic card out in the market for its price! Great FPS!" Best Card to Price Ratio! "This is a great video card for playing games and watching high definition movies. It supports H.
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Does as I hoped for Stuck it in to an aging NetVista and it gave the graphics a new lease of life. Graphic card update! I recently upgraded the graphic card in my PC from 128MB to 256MB.
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Graphic Card GeForce Best brand This card works great. I needed to upgrade to play the SIMs 3. Love it!!!! graphics exelerator Beware of hardware that changes the performance of your computer. this graphics card was not compatable with my computer.
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"This card is a powerhouse. It worked great with every game I threw at it, even Crysis. If you turn up the fan speed a bit, it overclocks well too. "This is really a great graphics card for the price.
toffkriss 2:16am on Friday, April 2nd, 2010 
I know my review is well behind the others already on here, but I only bought my 8800GTX around a month or so ago. Either way. I managed to buy this card for a very cheap price, as the new series of graphics cards had just been released. The stereotypical view of a gaming pc is that of a ludicrously expensive, liquid nitrogen cooled.
annie123 9:58am on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
Cards are getting REAL cheap,and there are tons to choose from. Decent 256MB card that supports 8x AGP.Price is $40 by now. I would consider this a Budget card. I notice...  101 CAD (35$ US rebate), big difference between ATI Radeon X200 Not good with DX10 games

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APPLICATION NOTE 4.3

Application Note 4.3

Interfacing STARGATE to a GE/CADDX NX-8/6/4 or NX-8e Security System
INTRODUCTION This Application Note describes how to interface a JDS STARGATE controller to a GE/CADDX NX-8, NX-6 or NX-4 or NX-8e security system. The NX-8 can be expanded to 48 zones maximum. The NX-8e can be expanded to 192 zones maximum. STARGATE supports the first 64 zones. STARGATE takes full advantage of all GE/CADDX security functions including: Arm or disarm the system Home and Away modes Bypass or Unbypass zones Turn the keypad chime mode on and off Monitor and act upon partition and zone changes Automatically set the alarm panels clock Track the status of the security system Detect alarm conditions Detect zone trouble conditions User Number More The GE/CADDX NX-8, NX-6 or NX-4 requires the optional NX-584 serial interface in order to communicate with Stargate. The GE/CADDX NX-8e requires a P0003 adaptor kit to provide a serial connection. Support for GE/CADDX NX panels requires Version 3.00 (or higher) Firmware/Software for the JDS STARGATE controller. The GE/CADDX NX panel connects to COM2 or COM3 of STARGATE. The typical configuration consists of the GE/CADDX NX-8 security panel w/ NX-584 serial interface or NX-8e security panel with P0003 adaptor kit and at least one GE/CADDX LCD type keypad (for alarm system programming and backup for alarm system control).
Connection to GE/CADDX NX-8
Connection to GE/CADDX NX-8e

6-conductor DATA cable

STARGATE DB9-RJ11 adaptor
GE/CADDX NX-584 Serial Interface NX-584
3 wire connection to GE/Caddx panel keypad terminals
P0003 Adapter (plugs into connector J11 on NX-8e circuit board red stripe toward back)
GE/CADDX NX-8 STARGATE STARGATE

GE/CADDX NX-8e

INSTALLATION AND SETUP Follow the steps described below to install and configure the system. 1) Install Security System You must first install the security system; refer to the GE/CADDX documentation for details. For the GE/Caddx NX-8, NX-6 or NX-4, you must also install an NX-584 serial interface board into the security system. The NX-584 connects to the POS, GND, and DATA keypad To screw terminals on the GE/CADDX panel and provides the RS-232 NX-584 GE/CADDX serial interface (DB-9) that STARGATE connects to. Keypad To NOTE: The NX-584 has four jumpers (J7, J8, J9, J10) Terminals STARGATE J8 that control the functions of the DB-9 serial port pins. J10 POS Leave the NX-584 jumpers in their default positions. COM LEDS J7 Jumpers J7 & J10 toward DB-9 serial connector (J6), DATA J9 Jumpers J8 & J9 away from DB-9 serial connector. J6 The GE/CADDX NX-8e has built-in serial communication and does not require a NX584. Instead, use a ZCIF232 interface adaptor kit to provide a serial connection. (See connection diagram on page 1) We strongly recommend you get the security system up and running before connecting it to STARGATE. This will reduce the likelihood of problems and make troubleshooting much easier. 2) Configure Security System Communication Settings The GE/CADDX security system provides a variety of configurable settings that control how it works. These must be properly set up before it can be used with STARGATE. The table below shows the required settings and the programming locations for each. Refer to the GE/CADDX Installation Manual for further details on how to program these. If your GE/CADDX security panel is set to its default settings, press * 2 # for NX-8/6/4 or * # for NX-8e from the Caddx keypad to begin programming. Then continue programming the following settings.

NX-8/6/4

REQUIRED SETTING Set to ASCII Mode Set to 9600 baud Enable Transitions Command/Request Enables Request functions Location Enable keypad functions 3 Segment 4 Bits to turn ON 1_______ ___4____ _____67_ _2_45678 123_____ _ _ _(none) _ _ ___ __345678
REQUIRED SETTING NX584 Enabled Set to 9600 baud Set to ASCII Mode Enable Transitions Command/Request Enables Request functions Location 211 Enable keypad functions 211 Segment Bits to turn ON 1_______ _2______ 1_______ _____67_ _2_45678 123_____ (none) ________ __345678
INSTALLATION AND SETUP (contd) 3) Use a P0003 adapter kit to connect the GE/CADDX circuit board (connector J11) to Stargates COM2 or COM3. 4) Configure WinEVM Software: Open the Security System Configuration screen under the Define menu. In the Security system type box, select CADDX NetworX. In the Serial Port Used box, select the STARGATE serial port number the security system is connected to. For each zone, you can enter a descriptive name. This name will be used in your schedule. Click OK. WinEVM will configure the STARGATE serial port for use with the GE/CADDX Security Panel. At this point, you can use the IF and THEN SECURITY statements in your schedule. Use the MegaController to monitor security panel activity to verify STARGATE is communicating with the security system properly. If no activity is observed, click Logging Messages (above the MegaController Activity Log box) and verify SECURITY is selected. If still no activity is observed: a) Remove power from the security system then reapply it. b) Verify the serial cable is properly connected between STARGATE and the GE/CADDX panel. c) Be sure you have the correct cable type. d) Verify the parameters were set up properly. SECURITY SYSTEM COMMANDS The following security system commands can be used as THEN - SECURITY actions anywhere in your schedule. Arm partition in Home Mode This command arms the partition(s) in the Home (Stay) mode. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to arm. Arm partition This command arms the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to arm. Disarm partition This command disarms the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to disarm. If an alarm is going off, this command will silence it. Bypass zone This command bypasses a particular zone. Un-Bypass zone This command un-bypasses a particular zone. Turn partitions chime mode ON This command turns on the chime mode for the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to turn on. Turn partitions chime mode OFF This command turns off the chime mode for the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to turn off. Toggle partitions instant mode This command toggles the instant mode for the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to control. If the partition instant mode is currently off, it will turn on. If it is currently on, it will turn off. Sound partitions Fire Panic This command sounds the fire panic alarm for the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to sound. Sound partitions Medical Panic This command sounds the medical panic alarm for the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to sound. Sound partitions Police Panic This command sounds the police panic alarm for the partition(s) specified. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions to sound. Load user_VAR with User Number This command loads the most recent User Number entered into the user_VAR. There will be separate check boxes on the screen for each partition in your system. You can select any or all of the partitions.

SECURITY SYSTEM CONDITIONS The following security system conditions can be used as IF - SECURITY conditions anywhere in your schedule.
Transition Activated At the start of every schedule pass, STARGATE will process the information the GE/CADDX security panel has sent. Any changes to partitions or zones will cause an internal transition state to be set for that pass through the schedule, the transition state will be cleared at the end of the schedule pass. When the Transition Activated checkbox is selected, the IF condition will be TRUE when the condition goes active. When not selected, the IF condition will be TRUE when the condition is active. This is best explained in an example: EVENT: Partition Armed If SEC: Partition ARMED[Partion 1] TRANSITION Then LCD: Red LED ON [KP:ALL] End In the above example the LCD Keypads Red LED will be turned ON at the time the security panel becomes armed. EVENT: Security Lights If SEC: Partition ARMED[Partion 1] and Sunset SMTWTFS Then X10: F-1 Front Porch Lt ON End In this example the Front Porch light will turn ON if the security panel IS armed (as opposed to becomes armed) and the time is Sunset. Note: if Transition Activated was used, the Security Lights event would trigger only if the security panel became armed exactly at Sunset. User Number Events can be created based on the last user to arm or disarm the Caddx panel. NOTE: If the same User Number is repeated, Stargate will not see the repeated User Number become true and therefore not respond until a different User Number is received. To accommodate repeated User Numbers, add the Partition ARMED or Partition Not ARMED condition. Example: EVENT: Hall Light On for User 1 If SEC: Partition Not ARMED[Partion 1] and SEC: User Number is 1 [Partition 1] Then X10: F-2 Hall Lt ON End
SECURITY SYSTEM CONDITIONS The following security system conditions can be used as IF - SECURITY conditions anywhere in your schedule. Partition ARMED This condition is true if the specified partition is currently ARMED. Partition ARMED & in Home Mode This condition is true if the specified partition is currently armed in the Home (Stay) mode. It will be false if armed in the Away mode or disarmed. User Number This condition is true if the specified User Number is the most recent to be entered. Partition Not Armed This condition is true if the specified partition is currently disarmed. Partition is READY This condition is true if the specified partition is currently ready to arm. Partition is Not READY This condition is true if the specified partition is currently not ready to arm. Partition has alarm condition This condition is true if the specified partition currently has an alarm condition. Partition has no alarm condition This condition is true if the specified partition currently does not have an alarm condition. Partition chime mode is ON This condition is true if the specified partitions chime mode is currently on. Partition chime mode is OFF This condition is true if the specified partitions chime mode is currently off. Partition Entry Delay Active This condition is true if the specified partition has its Entry Delay in progress. Partition Entry Delay Not Active This condition is true if the specified partitions Entry Delay is not in progress. Partition Exit Delay Active This condition is true if the specified partition has its Exit Delay in progress. Partition Exit Delay Not Active This condition is true if the specified partitions Exit Delay is not in progress. Zone is faulted This condition is true if the specified zone is currently faulted. Zone is not faulted This condition is true if the specified zone is not currently faulted. Zone is bypassed This condition is true if the specified zone is currently bypassed. Zone is not bypassed This condition is true if the specified zone is not currently bypassed.

SECURITY SYSTEM CONDITIONS (Contd) Zone is in trouble condition This condition is true if the specified zone is currently in a trouble condition. Zone is not in trouble condition This condition is true if the specified zone is not currently in a trouble condition. Zone has alarm in memory This condition is true if the specified zone has an alarm stored in its memory (i.e., this zone is currently or was previously in an alarm condition). Zone does not have alarm in memory This condition is true if the specified zone does not have an alarm stored in its memory. Any zone is faulted This condition is true if any of the system zones are currently faulted. Any zone is bypassed This condition is true if any of the system zones are currently bypassed. Any zone is in trouble condition This condition is true if any of the system zones are currently in a trouble condition. Any zone has an alarm in memory This condition is true if any of the system zones currently have an alarm stored in memory.
REFERENCES CADDX Controls, Inc. 1420 North Main Street Gladewater, TX 75646 (800) 727-2339 (903) 845-6811 (fax) internet: www.caddx.com JDS Technologies 12200 Thatcher Court Poway, CA 92064 (858) 486-8787 (858) 486-8789 (fax) e-mail: ONLINEJDS@aol.com internet: www.jdstechnologies.com

 

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