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7 hours ago, al-yeti said:

SW points is better than the mug man

 

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Maybe?

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1 hour ago, datadiffusion said:

 

tslec6, probably cheaper than buying 3 lec's ?

 

scantronic spare pcb's where "goldseal" & on the shelf in the distributors for warranty ?

 


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Yeah I've got a boxed 816 'service spare' PCB, used to have a 9600 one. I do remember that era of 'go to your nearest ADI if it fecks up and after a row they will replace the PCB'.

 

Thing with the TSLEC6 is that IIRC anything after TS600 can use the TSX which is available for pennies, so any mong in a situation where they need a LEC6 other than a stable genius collector such as myself deserves to get ripped off.

 

Hilariously (also IIRC) the LEC6 is supported right up to M series to support upgrades but 'not recommended'. As you say, it's just 3 x LEC2s, and a LEC2 is essentially just the exact same hardware as a keypad without keys or a display ;) 

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So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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Only ever fitted one LEC6, on a TS700 a long while back. As you say it just thinks it's 3 keypads anyway.

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If you could go and swap it for a TSX Node I'd hapilly pay you 20p?

 

Oh, I know what you're thinking.

 

Of course you can have the TSX node!

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So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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5 hours ago, MrHappy said:

72718 - cqr confirmed pa, g3 honeywell sensors, couple of 7ah's

 

You also pissed me off the other week with bluelines, I went to Gardeners & got 20 as a stop gap

 

Gardeners also pissed me off as the pet & none pet have the same part no. (they website is gash)

Dude a tip for you

 

Apart from me recieving my 7ahs "today" and you didn't lol

 

If you need the stuff quicker, put in comments send part shipment if items not in stock and you will get your stuff quicker and the rest you can do what you need to do 

 

2 hours ago, datadiffusion said:

Yeah I've got a boxed 816 'service spare' PCB, used to have a 9600 one. I do remember that era of 'go to your nearest ADI if it fecks up and after a row they will replace the PCB'.

 

Thing with the TSLEC6 is that IIRC anything after TS600 can use the TSX which is available for pennies, so any mong in a situation where they need a LEC6 other than a stable genius collector such as myself deserves to get ripped off.

 

Hilariously (also IIRC) the LEC6 is supported right up to M series to support upgrades but 'not recommended'. As you say, it's just 3 x LEC2s, and a LEC2 is essentially just the exact same hardware as a keypad without keys or a display ;) 

You do any work these days or just surfing the net?

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6 hours ago, al-yeti said:

You do any work these days or just surfing the net?

 

Yes I've done 1 ambulance shift and changed 3 aico smokes (previous install was 3 date expired aico smokes...) already this month ta very much

 

However the lean-to (don't tell the council its a utility room!) is coming on nicely. I never knew I was so barely competent at leadwork.

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So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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6 hours ago, Specialist said:

Ambulance shift ?.

 

He's no win no fee lawyer, he only has to get the ladders out when he's lost...

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Posted (edited)

Im confused with whats going on above this post.  I thought that this was a section for vintage security alarm equipment  not random tangents

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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CK-118GPB-Communicator-Programmer/183874042114?hash=item2acfbf3902:g:QfgAAOSwzDFb7DRp

 

C+K Programmer unit, BNIB, looks like they reused a keypad for this one

 

1 minute ago, Logan said:

Im confused with whats going on above this post.  I thought that this was a section for vintage security alarm equipment  not random tangents

 

Agreed and that's why I've pruned it :)

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So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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14 minutes ago, Logan said:

Im confused with whats going on above this post.  I thought that this was a section for vintage security alarm equipment  not random tangents

Standard thread hijacking 

 

I have an old.panel somewhere lol

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40 minutes ago, al-yeti said:

Standard thread hijacking 

 

I have an old.panel somewhere lol

What is it?

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8 hours ago, datadiffusion said:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CK-118GPB-Communicator-Programmer/183874042114?hash=item2acfbf3902:g:QfgAAOSwzDFb7DRp

 

C+K Programmer unit, BNIB, looks like they reused a keypad for this one

 

 

Agreed and that's why I've pruned it :)

 

I got given one + 4 & 8 Chanel digi's


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Posted (edited)

I'm guessing C+K were once a US alarm company totally independant from anyone else before the Honeywell T/O*, but also well established over here given the no of LED type systems around?

 

What model would the programmer usually have been the keypad case for (or was it not a UK model...)

 

*or perhaps not takeover, but spinoff... https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_va/03511359 > https://www.cksystem.com/

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25 minutes ago, datadiffusion said:

I'm guessing C+K were once a US alarm company totally independant from anyone else before the Honeywell T/O*, but also well established over here given the no of LED type systems around?

 

What model would the programmer usually have been the keypad case for (or was it not a UK model...)

 

*or perhaps not takeover, but spinoff... https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_va/03511359 > https://www.cksystem.com/

 

no idea,

 

on the back of paper manual-

 

C&K system System Ltd;

Securitech Division

1 Dunlop Rd b97 5xp

0527 550010

 

 

 


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Not exactly rare and unobtainable, but a nice proper period siren for an H box or similar

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/12-Volt-118dB-Horn-Siren-Sounder-for-Security-Alarms-Car-Horns-SO812/273920867748?epid=19023317583&hash=item3fc6f4bda4:g:zkEAAOSwk4Rb8zwX

 

Old-skool 'Challenger' rebadged C&K

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CHALLENGER-C-K-8-ZONE-INTELLISENSE-ALARM-KEYPAD-BOXED-WITH-INSTRUCTIONS/183875093285?hash=item2acfcf4325:g:FcgAAOSwiRldI1HX

 

Challenger lives on as a UK based chink-tat import brand, however, they seem to have a cloud based intruder system and a non-cloud Accenta clone with LCD keypads...

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Challenger-Force-10-AP11RKPL-Remote-LCD-Keypad/163769315921?epid=1081876021&hash=item2621697251:g:svYAAOSw2fNczVts

 

SL Compact - obv's an ADE product but not one i'm familar with, no keypad

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SL-COMPACT-ALARM-PANEL-C-W-BATTERY-UNTESTED/192980717313?hash=item2cee8c0f01:g:AAgAAOSwVcFdB5Td

 

Logic 4 updated for the 90's - suspect the bottom cover is from another panel

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/logic-six-home-alarm-panel/254289864509?hash=item3b34db673d:g:CDMAAOSwT8ZdIyxL

 

Never seen these before - Aritech tags

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Aritech-prox-tags/273919802491?hash=item3fc6e47c7b:g:8hQAAOSwTm1dIkXT

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So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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8 hours ago, james.wilson said:

Iirc c&k were independent based in Redditch before ademco bought them, then honeywell bought ademco

 

I recall C&K as a sensor manufacturer -

 

Honeywell-Intellisense-Dt-450T-Dual-Tech

 

case is from the late 80's, I assume with a US origin ?  

 

I think securitech made alarms & was enquired by C&K at one some point ?

 

I recall a plastic active 5  & the 700l when it was new to the market, I've seen pictures of much older controls....


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OK that makes sense. I'm not sure when the Intellisense name comes into it, I've used a couple of Intellisense glassbreaks recently that are originally of C+K origin I guess.


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4 minutes ago, datadiffusion said:

 I'm not sure when the Intellisense name comes into it, 

 

think it was c&k trademark / brand name ?

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, datadiffusion said:

SL Compact - obv's an ADE product but not one i'm familar with, no keypad

 

From this very forum... @FASTCAR said..

 

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SL stands for security lighting according to the manual , its a basic ADE Optima XM type panel with non programmable zones.

 

 

I'm not quite sure of the context of 'Security Lighting' unless it was a rebrand or rebadge? Even sparkier sparky special?

 

I do remember the Accenta RKP was at one point repurposed as the control for some naffo DIY / home CCTV product from ADE / Chloride / Honeywell whatever name they were using on the day.

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I love these detectors. Got 2 in my collection 

 

  C&K or C&K systems is a American based company that manufactured industrial control equipment.  First bought out by ademco sontrix  Later Honeywell bought C&K systems and was renamed Intellisense.  In the future Honeywell security is being bought out by a spinoff company resideo 

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It does appear a company trading as C&K systems inc, founded 30 years ago, is still trading in the ePOS market.

 

Im guessing this resideo thing doesnt include 'professional' security like Gal etc...?

 

First DTs I installed were huge things, kicking myself as I forget the make.

 

Meanwhile 20 years ago... https://web.archive.org/web/19990219114014/http://www.ade.co.uk/Karizma.html#kudl

 

Amazing how mych has been saved by wayback, images and pdfs too after around 2002

 

The cam system was Opti-cam

 

Here's the reused accenta rkp - https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/TSOPTKP.html

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