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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 11:50 am
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Fanie wrote: What is the purpose of the diode "4007"?


In the circuit, if you have more than one zone you can use the same buzzer for all the zones,

 

Fanie, why does the diagram show different buzzers for each zone. I'm a bit confused now

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 12:23 pm
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You can add more buzzers to other areas by simply parallelling them. One in the bedroom, one in the lounge and one in the study or garage, you decide how many and where you want them to be situated.

You will want to acivate the outside alarm nightly, so if you're watching tv with the family you can put a buzzer there if the one in the bedroom is not going to be heard through all the wiemen screaming when the tyrano saurus rex bites them on the butt.

If you work in the garage you may want one there too so the wife doesn't have to call you if the buzzer in the house goes off, saves reaction time.

Some of you okes live in mansions, you have to phone the wife to hear what's for dinner, so, just put more buzzers if you need more. It's just an option. One or twenty is up to each oke. No it can't play stereo.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 12:27 pm
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The whole system, however many zones you build, sounds the same buzzer(s).

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 12:28 pm
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OK Thanks.

"When all else fails, read the manual"

Can you design a system that will play sterio? Just joking.

One tiny buzzer is enough for our entire "mansion"

Thanks, fanie

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This diagram shows two zones.  If I post the schematic for many zones you won't be able to see the details.  You can have as many zones as you want, as many buzzers as you want.

Can you design a system that will play sterio? Just joking.

One tiny buzzer is enough for our entire "mansion"


Actually you get sound processors that does record in stereo.  As your electronics skill progress a bit you may want to buy such a chip later on and have your alarm talk to you.

You record each message in an adressable space, so if a zone is triggered that adress is activated and the deep sexy husky female voice plays the message - in stereo !  Sure there can be a whole bunch of chicks with sexy voices pre-recorded.  Just remember to take the gun when you get up there, ok :-D

If you record the mother-in-law's voice, which will raise the dead, you can, because the recording and playback quality is quite good.  Similar you can have barking dogs, siren's or anything that ticles your fancy pre recorded.

Wat van daai samajoor se 'AANDAG zone drie !  Le houding LAAI !  Op jou eie tyd op jou eie teiken....'  Teen die tyd wat jy wakker word is die probleem klaar uitgesoteer.

  

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 01:02 pm
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Fanie wrote: This diagram shows two zones.  Dit maak baie meer sin vir 'n dom ou soos ek, dankie As your electronics skill progress a bit you may want to buy such a chip later on and have your alarm talk to you.
I need to progress my fishing skills before digging deeper into electronics. :-)

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 01:21 pm
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I need to progress my fishing skills before digging deeper into electronics. :-)
That's fine and all, but what are you doing between 2 and 4 in the morings :-D You'll be surprised what you can accomplish at half an hour per day, or two or three hours per week.

Not pressuring you in any way. I know myself well enough and my biggest flaw was always to expect more from others.

I'll be happy just to hear the warning system works.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 01:44 pm
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Fanie wrote:

I'll be happy just to hear the warning system works.

I don't know about 2am but if you visit me from 3am onwards you wil hear the system work and find me on Sealine

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 Posted: Sun Mar 6th, 2011 02:16 pm
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I have no idea what you mean by some of the last statements but as far as I'm concerned my contribution to this thread is now done.

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if you visit me from 3am onwards you wil hear the system work
I bet. Let me know if you are looking for a guinea pig to practice on :-)

I need to progress my fishing skills

How good you are with fishing is entirely up to you. It's not how much money you have or how much better your equipment is though it helps a bit. It's knowledge.

The more you know about the fish, their habbits, what they like, attraction to colours, behaviours, where they live etc etc the more success you will have. If you know this or that species is breeding and they will attack a red colour then you know what to do.

Knowledge will elevate you into the next level. Something must change or you can expect the same results over and over. We all see how this or that oke does it and what they use, so a lot is just coppying. You have to bring what you know to the practice and make it work for you.

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Fanie wrote: Fantastic rofflign ! I wish every one had something like that.

Connecting a dialer is very easy. You program the numbers you want dialed into it, and connect to the phone line. The input gets triggered by applying 12V to it's trigger input. Easy to do.

Thanks Fanie, I must have done something wrong with the programming, will have to go back and start from scratch.

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We sell a sensor light that is extremely user friendly with a wireless buzzer included, so you can take the reciever with you wether you in the kitchen, watching tv, or asleep in bed. 

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PH wrote: I have no idea what you mean by some of the last statements but as far as I'm concerned my contribution to this thread is now done.

Weird way to end an electronics guidance program in which "step by step" detailed diagrammatic planning, accompanied by on-line tutorial assistance is offered till completion stage, without any hesitation on the part of the tutor.

With due respect, which was your contributory part to this thread, other than the attempt of your own guided project, with or without success?

This consultation with anyone in this business, would have cost you near an arm and a leg, but I've followed this thread from start, and found only unhesitant forthcomming advice from Fanie, and that without anything in return!

Weird comment, if ever I've seen one!

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rofflign wrote: Fanie wrote: Fantastic rofflign ! I wish every one had something like that.

Connecting a dialer is very easy. You program the numbers you want dialed into it, and connect to the phone line. The input gets triggered by applying 12V to it's trigger input. Easy to do.

Thanks Fanie, I must have done something wrong with the programming, will have to go back and start from scratch.

@rofflign - no reason why this shouldn't work. I've been through Fanies tutoring from step 1 and yes, if followed, it will work - good luck bud!

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Hi Mike,

No worries. I still offer to help any one to get his outside alarm up and going.

There may come a time this could be valuable to have, no matter where you live and how 'safe' it may seem.

I cannot seem to find the words that will convey the urgency of doing something like this. You really don't have to become a victim first before you want to install every system there is out there - or leave the country.

It could even be a thing your kids could do as a project.

Small effort for a lot of piece of mind.

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