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I was browsing security warehouse when i saw this Panel

 

I remember there was a RKP version of this that used to connect to a accenta 6 or 8 panel 

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TSSS01.JPG

 

google says simple set reader.....

 


Mr:)

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6 hours ago, MrHappy said:

TSSS01.JPG

 

google says simple set reader.....

 

Yep that's the one.:)    not sure how it works or how you learn tags into it though 

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It'll be basic, probably by using a master tag or opening up the case.

 

Like the LCD keypad, I assume it really only emulates a numerical pad and everything else is handled 'locally'.

 

Found some shoddy setup called Security Shed or something ;)

 

http://www.securitywarehouse.co.uk/brochure/simple_keyfob.pdf

 

So, the unit is also able to work totally standalone, it can even be used to interface to a keyswitch input

It doesn't use a master fob either ;)


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:

Yep could use it for basic access control etc

I found the engineer guide for it you learn tags by shorting a jumper.   I now want one of these lol

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best job is keep half an eye on ebay as ive no doubt one will surface when someone clears their garage

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4 hours ago, aissecur said:

best job is keep half an eye on ebay as ive no doubt one will surface when someone clears their garage

I only ever seen one installed and that was in Birmingham , maybe James job 

 

 

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10 hours ago, aissecur said:

best job is keep half an eye on ebay as ive no doubt one will surface when someone clears their garage

I dont have a ebay account

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3 minutes ago, Logan said:

I dont have a ebay account

 

go on feed....

 

 

 

your addiction


Mr:)

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Yep get one, it's the future!

 

Whilst you younguns won't have the japes we had back in the day roundabout '99, on dialup broadband, registering unlimited accounts (no credit card needed and no address checks then)

and bidding up dodgy items to £2m at 3am post club, then phoning the seller on a burner pretending to be Devon and Cornwall Vice Squad, it's still fun.


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

 

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2 hours ago, datadiffusion said:

Yep get one, it's the future!

 

Whilst you younguns won't have the japes we had back in the day roundabout '99, on dialup broadband, registering unlimited accounts (no credit card needed and no address checks then)

and bidding up dodgy items to £2m at 3am post club, then phoning the seller on a burner pretending to be Devon and Cornwall Vice Squad, it's still fun.

??? 

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In the days there wasn't much tracking on the Internet, napster was one of the reasons isp's now have to store who accessed what when. Now it's 'vpn' but is still traceable 


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29 minutes ago, james.wilson said:

napster was one of the reasons isp's now have to store who accessed what when

Investigatory Powers Act 2016 started it off in the UK really. A group of politicians making legislation that have no understanding of how the internet works, I suppose you can argue similar for other topics.

Anyone that thinks an engineered back door in encryption should be mandatory has no place making decisions on this stuff. Next cock up is the Digital Economy Act 2017

Just like mandatory ISP records that's a nice carrot of information that would be worth a bit of money if hacked/leaked.

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I thought this post was for the ADE simple set. Not the history of the internet 

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