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A1 alarms S.A.B module wiring help!


sterling t

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24 minutes ago, sterling t said:

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You know how to trace components? As ground and +12 should be easy to find 

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See which terminal is linked to the transistor then that should be your sounder output

 

Does the chip have 555 on it, as with a couple of caps that your timing circuit so your trigger would go to that chip 

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28 minutes ago, PeterJames said:

Why ? Just bin it and by a new bell. surely its cheaper than spending hours fking around with an old bit of tat thats older than the contents of the property your protecting 

well, it's not going to be protecting anything, i collect old bell boxes and this is going inside a vented bell box.

 

 

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chinese ebay thing ?

 

I certainly can't recall surface components on  Bell Module I've ever seen... 

2 minutes ago, sterling t said:

well, it's not going to be protecting anything, i collect old bell boxes and this is going inside a vented bell box.

 

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4 hours ago, PeterJames said:

Why ? Just bin it and by a new bell. surely its cheaper than spending hours fking around with an old bit of tat thats older than the contents of the property your protecting 

No fun then?

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