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Re: Alarming Antiquity
On 3/22/2020 11:09 PM, E D wrote:
> 1. You can at least get the user manuals for a G990 & Series 6000 here for a start- https://panelguides.com/index.php?option=com_jdownloads&Itemid=0&task=viewcategory&catid=110
> Keypad for sale, maybe they have a manual
> Dictograph Series 7000 Alarm Keypad
> 3. Last but not least, you can buy an old-time sign giving instructions in case of fire, just change the wording for a break-in.
> AFTER GIVING ALARM,
> REMAIN BY ALARM BOX!
> UNTIL FIRE APPARATUS ARRIVES.
> THEN, DIRECT FIREFIGHTERS
> TO SCENE OF FIRE.
> ...You'd think that they would be able to spot the fire by then.
Thanks for the links. The "Panel Guides" only has User Guides not
Install Manuals. If it wasn't for all the "Black" pages in the copies
I might just print one out for fun.
My current plan is to replace the Ademco Dialer with a DSC Panel
to just be a communicator. Then sometime in the future move
the DSC into replace the Dictograph.
That may not be until the current crisis is over.........
Don't know, to early to tell.
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