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4 hours ago, BrianClark said:

Had a locked panel recently and just couldn't get into it to default it. 

 

So ended up making a utility to do just that. 

 

Annoying when a company locks a panel then decides to go bust lol. 

 

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16 minutes ago, MrHappy said:

 

Do you remember uncle frank ?

 

Run around....

G g g g g go

8 minutes ago, Logan said:

@MrHappy is this your enforcer.  It got your company name on it

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The time gives you away... 

Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.


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6 hours ago, BrianClark said:

Had a locked panel recently and just couldn't get into it to default it. 

 

So ended up making a utility to do just that. 

 

Annoying when a company locks a panel then decides to go bust lol. 

 

TexTool.png

 

Option 9, cant see how that would work when you cant view the codes on the panel. Or does your tool display them

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9 hours ago, Logan said:

Im only used to

Castle caretech euro series 

Ademco galaxy 16/90

Scantronic Ion30EXD 

Scantronic 9100, 9200, 9500, 9600

Texecom veritas

ADE XM, XL, compact 6, compact 6+, g3, g4, accenta 6/8/mini

Good start really , as plenty of those about , and gives you basics of panels

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Option 9 to set random passwords was kind of for testing. Just so I had something "non default" to prove that the "back to defaults" was doing something. 

 

Although I guess it gets past that problem where every company uses the same engineer code malarkey...

 

My sympathies to Al-Yeti, I also work with Scantronic panels lol. Damn things have been added to so many times over the years that you're jumping back and forth looking for the correct code sequences.  Still, makes life interesting - and at least these can be defaulted easily! :D

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2 hours ago, al-yeti said:

So where's rest of info ?

 

Indeed enough chat ;)

 

As it's Christmas, lets talk turkey...

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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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1 minute ago, datadiffusion said:

 

Indeed enough chat ;)

 

As it's Christmas, lets talk turkey...

What's this doing in here then, Met some of your dudes let me have a look but wasn't allowed to try the defib....

 

He said it's for the lights at back turns them off if no one in there 

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That's very odd, I have never seen that before! I mean, on ours there is (at last) a light switch on the rear door, and one on the dashboard too, so seems really strange.

Lights are on a timer on ours anyway, every time engine is started they go off anyway unless you hit the button to cancel timeout.

 

That black mutlicolour panel you see about 45 degrees left of the PIR is duplicated in the dash normally (9 times out of ten) and it has the lightswitches duplicated on it.

 

I love they way that in 2019 they still fit bare 12v terminals in the back - I bet they didn't get used in 1989!

 

Although I did once hear a brilliant story. A man arrested on a ward in the early 70s, they had just got a new defib, back then they were mains powered, 13A plug, of course, but the ward still had round pin sockets.

So an enterprising junior doctor ripped the plug off the end and stuffed it into the round pin socket, jamming the wires in with whatever he could find!

 

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

 

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