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bobby speer 
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Can a DEI 508d proximity sensor be successfully connected and operated with a Viper 5904, Responder, 2 way alarm?
howie ll 
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Yes but draw 12V+ red and ground from your 5904 feed wires, I don't know how it would show on your remote.
bobby speer 
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Thank you greatly, Howie II, for your reply.
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bobby speer wrote:
Can a DEI 508d proximity sensor be successfully connected and operated with a Viper 5904, Responder, 2 way alarm?
How does it display on you remote, mine shows sensor not proximity.
tia
howie ll 
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You still plug into the right hand of the two ports but you need a Bitwriter to make it say "Field Effect Sensor".
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howie ll wrote:
You still plug into the right hand of the two ports but you need a Bitwriter to make it say "Field Effect Sensor".
Ok, thanks so much. Just got the Bitwriter, sure comes in handy.
jerry
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howie ll wrote:
You still plug into the right hand of the two ports but you need a Bitwriter to make it say "Field Effect Sensor".
viper 5904 and dei 508d -- posted image.
Howie,
Here's the plug location. At least I'm pretty sure it's a 4 wire. Anyhow I changed the icon
to Proximity on zone 4 with the Bitwriter and viola.
I just wondering if this microwave is on all the time, judging by the post I've read, it is.
I just don't want to loose any more brain cells than necessary. I would like your opinion on it though.
btw - thanks for info
howie (aka: harryharris)
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Been plugging both into those two mux sockets for over a year now 3 plus a week no problems.
If it worries you, join the black ground lead to your orange armed output, then they will only power up when armed. Note no more than one sensor though (508d).
Test before boxing up.
triplejjj 
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I guess it doesn't bother me, there's more radio waves floating around than I care to think about though. Cell phones, microwaves, bluetooth, am/fm,satellites even my tires are sending
tps signals. So i'm leaving well enough alone here.
thanks
jj
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Funny that occurred to me as I was writing up my last post so X 2.
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