cheezit73 said:#1 I connected my Altronix AL400 and tested the DC output voltage which read 13.4, I assume this is ok and within tolerance but want to double check.
13.4V is ok for the DC output voltage. But you should check the voltage on output to the battery, too. This should be 13.5V to 13.8V when the battery is receiving a float charge. My guess is you will also see 13.4V there. I wouldn't worry too much about it being 0.1V low - that might just be due to an inaccuracy in your meter. The output of the AL400 is adjustable if it needs to be increased.
cheezit73 said:#2 For remote location of my Uplink 4530ex would you run 22/4 for the power and supervision outputs or should I run a separate larger gauge /2 wire for the power?
Running 22/4 for power and supervision to the Uplink is ok. The Uplink needs about 250 mA of current, with momentary peaks of 600 mA, and 22 gauge wire can handle that just fine.
cheezit73 said:#3 My front door has two vertical windows on either side, trying to decide on a shock sensor on each vs a single glass break in the vicinity, any options? I would be going with Ademco wireless sensors.
Many of the glass break detectors spec a minimum window size of 12 in x 12 in. The sidelights on most doors are about 7 in in width, so I'm not sure how that might affect the ability of the detector to trigger reliably. Maybe someone else here knows the answer. Otherwise, a shock sensor might be a better solution.