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How many sources can I connect to a ZON system?

For most system designs, you can connect up to nine sources to the ZON system. You would have eight ZIM-4 input modules (which can be located anywhere in the home) and the local input located on the ZON router.

For advanced system designs, creative use of the ZON input module looping between ZON routers can add expanded flexibility to a system. It is possible to create "router specific" sources by limiting the number of sources that are looped from one ZON router to the next. For example, in a system that uses two ZON routers, looping four ZIM-4 input modules (jacks 1-2 and 3-4) between the two routers creates four "global" sources. The available jacks (5-6 and 7-8) on each of the two ZON routers can be used to connect four sources on each (for a total of eight). These inputs, which are not looped, create "regional" sources, meaning that these sources are only available to the ZAC-60s connected to that router. For more information, refer to the ZON Installation and User's Guide.

Last updated: 20-Apr-2004 11:00 AM PDT

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