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Replacing C&k 700l Panel With Texecom Premier 48

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Hi all,

first post so please be gentle ;)

As the title suggests I've recently moved house and am looking to replace the faulty C&K 700L panel with a Texecom Premier 48 panel. My question is related to the bellbox. The connections on the C&K panel are as follows,

-R

-ve

+ve

-S

-ST

I assume the -ST is the strobe and the -S is the bell, the -R the tamper?

The Texecom panel has, +12v, Bell -, Tamp, 0V, Strb-

Will wiring it up the following way be ok?

-R to Tamp, -ve to 0V, +ve to +12v, -S to bell, -ST to Strb.

Also, what is the best way to disconnect the bell so that it won't ring all day until I fully connect up the new panel. EDIT Please do not post bell silencing information in the public forum. anyone can see

Thanks in advance.


Edited by F C E

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Those connections look right to me mate. Bit dodgy giving 'bell silincing' info out on public forum, but what you say is 1 method. another requires a ladder and the 3rd i'm affraid I cant tell you.


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Those connections look right to me mate. Bit dodgy giving 'bell silincing' info out on public forum, but what you say is 1 method. another requires a ladder and the 3rd i'm affraid I cant tell you.

Thanks for that. EDIT Please do not post bell silencing information in the public forum. anyone can see

I think I'll just have to hack off the new neighbours for 20 mins. ;)

Thanks for the help

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