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Re: Old 4-channel ADT all-in-one Monitor/Switcher - what kind of wire?
On Jul 16, 12:52=A0pm, Jim <alarmi...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Jul 16, 12:13=A0pm, nick markowitz <nmarkow...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On Jul 16, 9:57=A0am, Frank Kurz <t...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > On 16/07/2010 4:46 AM, nick markowitz wrote:
> > > > On Jul 16, 1:27 am, G. Morgan<usenet_ab...@xxxxxxxxx> =A0wrote:
> > > >> nick markowitz<nmarkow...@xxxxxxxxx> =A0wrote:
> > > >>> On Jul 14, 4:23 pm, G. Morgan<usenet_ab...@xxxxxxxxx> =A0wrote:
> > > >>>> Old 4-channel ADT all-in-one B&W Monitor/Switcher =A0(no recorde=
> > > >>>> AD1451042A - =A0it's old but still works. =A0The wires have prop=
> > > >>>> that resemble computer PS/2 connectors.
> > > >>>> I'd like to snip the ends off and reuse the wires with video bal=
> > > >>>> I'm gonna have to rewire the whole place to replace the system w=
hich is gonna
> > > >>>> suck.
> > > >>>> Does anyone know what size wire is in those things? =A0Are they =
> > > >>> the wire size was22/ 24 gauge
> > > >> Thanks Nick. =A0I appreciate the reply. =A0The guy called back and=
wants to rewire
> > > >> everything anyway to "future proof" it. Me and my big mouth talkin=
g about IP
> > > >> cams. =A0Oh well, it's only 120=B0F or so in the attic.<g>
> > > > I know what your going to go thru was in a metal industrial buildin=
> > > > stringing wire thru ceiling yesterday
> > > "Wusses!" =A0:-)
> > I was right next to a 480 volt busbar =A0thats not being a wussie son.-
> Was up in the 90's here couple of weeks ago. Would working in a hot
> non-air conditioned resturant kitchen, next to the =A0open gas broiler
> oven qualify? I mean ..... it was really REALLY hot ..... Had to step
> away every few minutes or I would have gotten well done on one side.
> But, on the other hand ..... it smelled pretty good.
> Come to think of it ..... it's pretty amazing that this control panel
> has lasted for about 10 years mounted this close to the oven. It's
> gotta be 120 degrees or more during working hours, 7 days a week. The
> oven was moved near the panel after the alarm was installed
This buss was put in this plant in 40's dont know how it stays up by
it self to begin with.
talk about the Frankenstein era.
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