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TOPIC: As I connect a biometric 4G V-Flex RS-485

As I connect a biometric 4G V-Flex RS-485 #2338

I have a biometric 4G V-Flex and I need to connect it to a panel via RS485 which cables should I use
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As I connect a biometric 4G V-Flex RS-485 #2364

For RS-485 installations, the Cable Should be run in a daisy-chain configuration
(Ie converter> 1 position> position 2> 3 position, etc.).
Choose one twisted pair of conductors to use for RS-485 TDA (Blue / Black wire - Pin 3 of 28)
and RS-485 TDB (Blue wire - Pin 1 of 28). Another driver Should be used for Signal Ground.

For RS-232 installations, a female connector Should be used DB9
on the cable.
Connect RS232_TX (Violet wire - Pin 4 of 28)
to the DB9F Pin 2.
Connect RS232_RX (Violet / White wire - Pin 2 of 28)
to the DB9F Pin 3.
Connect the Signal Ground (Black / Red wire - Pin 6 of 28)
to the DB9F Pin 5.

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