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So in my bundle of crap that some poor guy was no doubt delighted to offload AND get paid for it, there was this DA product, which I never knew existed...

 

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What's special about it is that its got it's own miniature speaker so you can hear the tones from outside - I've never seen that before.

 

And that's about it really.

 

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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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Pfft there's always one :)

 

Notice the marketing hype in the manual - 'Coming soon - RADIO ET'

 

(Is that like Smooth FM but worse?)


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

 

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38 minutes ago, sixwheeledbeast said:

What was the type that had no button you just needed something ferrous to trigger the switch?

Yup, hex used them. white round ones.


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3 hours ago, datadiffusion said:

So in my bundle of crap that some poor guy was no doubt delighted to offload AND get paid for it, there was this DA product, which I never knew existed...

 

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What's special about it is that its got it's own miniature speaker so you can hear the tones from outside - I've never seen that before.

 

And that's about it really.

 

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Yeah, the one on our unit has a buzzer in it (excuse the dust)

 

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1 hour ago, sixwheeledbeast said:

What was the type that had no button you just needed something ferrous to trigger the switch?

 

Elmdene did one too, I've got one here without the 'key', no idea why I keep it on stock.

I had an 'exit terminate' parts bin sort out today amongst other things (30kg of stuff to Logan :) )

 

5 x Elmdene ET's with the 12V red led

1 x Elmdene magnetic ET

One small type Arnie

One large arnie

One Knights surface keyswitch (not really ET but sort of feels like the right bin)

5 x chinktat but look nice ET buttons on flush stainless plates (this was leftovers for a posh Bath flats job, all monitored by the 24/7 concierge, AFIAK since we never went back the concierge is long gone...)

 

Can't imagine using any of them in a hurry :)

 

 

1 hour ago, james.wilson said:

 

It's not a buzzer though, it's an actual speaker, I've seen buzzers loads, but not a tone speaker....

 

It could even be a talking ET if you connected it to an SPC!

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These

 

These used later had an LED... (just visible @ the bottom of the button)

 

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42 minutes ago, datadiffusion said:

 

Elmdene did one too, I've got one here without the 'key', no idea why I keep it on stock.

I had an 'exit terminate' parts bin sort out today amongst other things (30kg of stuff to Logan :) )

 

5 x Elmdene ET's with the 12V red led

1 x Elmdene magnetic ET

One small type Arnie

One large arnie

One Knights surface keyswitch (not really ET but sort of feels like the right bin)

5 x chinktat but look nice ET buttons on flush stainless plates (this was leftovers for a posh Bath flats job, all monitored by the 24/7 concierge, AFIAK since we never went back the concierge is long gone...)

 

I think I've a dantech exit terminate button on stock....


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Used their relays a few times, and those tampered alarm wire to armoured boxes they sell, you could make your own but buying theirs is much easier!

 

https://www.dantech.uk.com/DA318.html

 

Though, I like the way they obviously have about 20 years stock of old-shape MK metalclad boxes to get through before they move on to the modern ones!

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Handy for when you need to use conduit. I always prefer to lose the wiring in the cavity where feasible, less chance of some muppet smashing your work up with a FLT.

Most use Dantech for CCTV PSU's

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7 hours ago, datadiffusion said:

So in my bundle of **** that some poor guy was no doubt delighted to offload AND get paid for it, there was this DA product, which I never knew existed...

 

DSC_1727.thumb.JPG.de36c60ed80f64459396a2e8b01d1bf8.JPG

 

What's special about it is that its got it's own miniature speaker so you can hear the tones from outside - I've never seen that before.

 

And that's about it really.

 

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Another one that didn't get out much 

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Looks like you could connect up the special order tamper or NC contact yourself if you wanted to

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Those DA buttons were good, Id forgotten all about them till now, brings memories flooding back running a 12 core to a speaker to pick up the keypad door contact and ET switch 6 for the RKP 2 for the ET 4 for the MC, the speaker sound and the ET soud wer all wired from two of the terminals of the RKP. It was okay doing this for commercials but a bugger to hide the cables for resi

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34 minutes ago, PeterJames said:

brings memories flooding back

 

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Yup, had one in my house for years (Modern Alarms variant) never missed a beat. 


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I always found it weird that the 9800 was the LED older panel and the 9600 was the lcd newer panel but the 9100 was the oldest panel. 

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1 hour ago, PeterJames said:

I always found it weird that the 9800 was the LED older panel and the 9600 was the lcd newer panel but the 9100 was the oldest panel. 

Isn't scantronics still weird? 

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9 hours ago, al-yeti said:

Isn't scantronics still weird? 

 

Scantronic is dead, all hail Eaton :(

 

10 hours ago, PeterJames said:

I always found it weird that the 9800 was the LED older panel and the 9600 was the lcd newer panel but the 9100 was the oldest panel.

 

I wonder if the whole affordability of LCDs caught them a little by surprise but someone in marketing didn't like the sound of 9900!

 

I had what I think was a prototype Mosaic RKP once (in a 9610 type keypad enclosure) which I think had the part number 91000 or something, it looked odd and obviously got totally changed for the main production.


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1 hour ago, datadiffusion said:

 

Scantronic is dead, all hail Eaton :(

 

 

I wonder if the whole affordability of LCDs caught them a little by surprise but someone in marketing didn't like the sound of 9900!

 

I had what I think was a prototype Mosaic RKP once (in a 9610 type keypad enclosure) which I think had the part number 91000 or something, it looked odd and obviously got totally changed for the main production.

Well they took a bit longer than Bosch did to da invuess

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