KXTA824 x 2

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I've got a couple KXTA824 Panasonic KSUs if any of you guys still have  
any use for a great old analog key system.  One was new/old stock as a  
backup for my customers I bought from another dealer to have as a spare  
(no box), and the other was from my wife's office.  It was fully  
functional when I took it down, and has some expansion cards.

Both of them have sat on the floor for years in the communications  
closet in my office.  I was going to install one at one point as a demo  
unit to integrate with access control, door stations, and more, but  
never got around to it before I got out of contracting.

Pay shipping and make it worth my time to put them in a box (or two) and  
they are yours along with any phones I find on the shelf in the  
warehouse.  No promises about phones.  I threw away thousands of dollars  
in new and refurbed phones when I closed the cotnracting business in  
favor of full time mach9ining.

....


I just took a quick look on the shelf and found a 7030, a 7750, 3 7731B,  
and a Panasonic proprietary cordless that I am sure needs new batteries  
along with a 3 line call ID board.  4 phones and the card look like the  
boxes have never been opened.  One looks like it was never assembled,  
but the box is all tore up.  Another has a tore up box, but is probably  
new also.  I didn't see any of the used phones I took out of my wife's  
office.  I may have thrown them all away years ago or they might be on  
the very top shelf (12' up).  Probably gone.  I do not think the 7030  
works with the 824.  Only with the older 616.  Meh!  Its been a few  
years since I worked on any phone systems.

Don't jerk me around or waste my time.  If you want them or think you  
might want them get them NOW.  If not they will go in the dumpster on a  
random day in the next couple weeks.  Probably first thing in the  
morning right before the trash truck picks up.

I don't really care about them, but I could use more space in the shop  
and I am getting rid of stuff again.

Same goes for a Freedom64 panel (new), P1664 (new, but I stole the  
keypad out of the box), and 6 used P800/801 panels that were pulled  
working from a small chain of gas stations when they changed owners (all  
working some years ago).  I think they were all 801, but there might  
have been an 800 in there.   Want them make me an offer that includes  
shipping and my time to pack and ship them.  Don't hold out as "Bob will  
have them when I need them," because I will not.  If nobody wants them  
enough to get them NOW they will go in the dumpster with the phone  
systems.

The asshole who says, "Well, just give them to me for free if you are  
going to throw them away anyway," YOU CAN'T FUCKING HAVE THEM. I've  
already wasted more of my time posting this message than it would have  
taken me to just walk it all out to the dumpster.

P.S.  I could use a couple Napco RP1CAe2 keypads or the fancier one  
that's the same, but has the fold down door.  I've got a couple of the  
limited LCD keypads mounted in the shop and they drive me bonkers when I  
am trying to figure out which door I left open, and I would like to add  
one in my office so I can see which door is open when the chime is  
triggered.  Of course I usually notice somebody coming up to the door or  
pulling up in the driveway on the video monitors above my computer  
monitors, but not always.  Good used is just fine.

I may have some other keypads as well if I haven't thrown them away.  
Yet.  Mostly likely some FBII stuff as I still had some in service.

Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/11/2020 6:39 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
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The KXTA824 station ports can be analog or digital or both if I recall.

Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/11/2020 10:21 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
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hi Bob,

You can take my name off the list of possible recipients for your
New/Old stuff.  I don't want you to be holding off waiting for me
to respond to your generous offer.

Hope all goes well with your placement of said stuff either in a
shipping box or a dumpster.

BTW Don't let Gunner get under your skin.
That boy has multiple other issues.

Have a better day.

Les


Re: KXTA824 x 2

On 3/12/2020 5:13 AM, ABLE1 wrote:
 > On 3/11/2020 10:21 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
 >> On 3/11/2020 6:39 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
 >>> I've got a couple KXTA824 Panasonic KSUs if any of you guys still  
have any use for a great old analog key system.  One was new/old stock  
as a backup for my customers I bought from another dealer to have as a  
spare (no box), and the other was from my wife's office.  It was fully  
functional when I took it down, and has some expansion cards.
 >>>
 >>> Both of them have sat on the floor for years in the communications  
closet in my office.  I was going to install one at one point as a demo  
unit to integrate with access control, door stations, and more, but  
never got around to it before I got out of contracting.
 >>>
 >>> Pay shipping and make it worth my time to put them in a box (or  
two) and they are yours along with any phones I find on the shelf in the  
warehouse.  No promises about phones.  I threw away thousands of dollars  
in new and refurbed phones when I closed the cotnracting business in  
favor of full time mach9ining.
 >>>
 >>> ....
 >>>
 >>>
 >>> I just took a quick look on the shelf and found a 7030, a 7750, 3  
7731B, and a Panasonic proprietary cordless that I am sure needs new  
batteries along with a 3 line call ID board.  4 phones and the card look  
like the boxes have never been opened.  One looks like it was never  
assembled, but the box is all tore up.  Another has a tore up box, but  
is probably new also.  I didn't see any of the used phones I took out of  
my wife's office.  I may have thrown them all away years ago or they  
might be on the very top shelf (12' up).  Probably gone. I do not think  
the 7030 works with the 824.  Only with the older 616. Meh!  Its been a  
few years since I worked on any phone systems.
 >>>
 >>> Don't jerk me around or waste my time.  If you want them or think  
you might want them get them NOW.  If not they will go in the dumpster  
on a random day in the next couple weeks.  Probably first thing in the  
morning right before the trash truck picks up.
 >>>
 >>> I don't really care about them, but I could use more space in the  
shop and I am getting rid of stuff again.
 >>>
 >>> Same goes for a Freedom64 panel (new), P1664 (new, but I stole the  
keypad out of the box), and 6 used P800/801 panels that were pulled  
working from a small chain of gas stations when they changed owners (all  
working some years ago).  I think they were all 801, but there might  
have been an 800 in there.   Want them make me an offer that includes  
shipping and my time to pack and ship them.  Don't hold out as "Bob will  
have them when I need them," because I will not.  If nobody wants them  
enough to get them NOW they will go in the dumpster with the phone systems.
 >>>
 >>> The asshole who says, "Well, just give them to me for free if you  
are going to throw them away anyway," YOU CAN'T FUCKING HAVE THEM. I've  
already wasted more of my time posting this message than it would have  
taken me to just walk it all out to the dumpster.
 >>>
 >>> P.S.  I could use a couple Napco RP1CAe2 keypads or the fancier one  
that's the same, but has the fold down door.  I've got a couple of the  
limited LCD keypads mounted in the shop and they drive me bonkers when I  
am trying to figure out which door I left open, and I would like to add  
one in my office so I can see which door is open when the chime is  
triggered.  Of course I usually notice somebody coming up to the door or  
pulling up in the driveway on the video monitors above my computer  
monitors, but not always.  Good used is just fine.
 >>>
 >>> I may have some other keypads as well if I haven't thrown them  
away. Yet.  Mostly likely some FBII stuff as I still had some in service.
 >>
 >>
 >> The KXTA824 station ports can be analog or digital or both if I recall.
 >
 >
 > hi Bob,
 >
 > You can take my name off the list of possible recipients for your
 > New/Old stuff.  I don't want you to be holding off waiting for me
 > to respond to your generous offer.
 >
 > Hope all goes well with your placement of said stuff either in a
 > shipping box or a dumpster.
 >
 > BTW Don't let Gunner get under your skin.
 > That boy has multiple other issues.
 >
 > Have a better day.
 >
 > Les



No worries.  Gunner is a flake.  I don't count on him for anything, well  
because he has never ever come through.  Not even once.  He uses his  
stroke as an excuse even for failings long before (years) or long after.  
  I predict he won't follow through this time either.  After our  
exchange on firearms and his conclusion to just break the law I am not  
sure if I care.

As to the stuff I am getting rid of... Meh!  It will probably all go in  
the dumpster.  I hate to pitch good stuff, but I also need the space in  
the shop.  I do have some spare phones for service stock I'll probably  
give to old customers if I have the time.

I'm accumulating "junque" related to my current field instead.  Servo  
motors, spindles, linear rails, raw stock, misc machines, etc.

Les, I don't have a list to take you off of.  Should I make one just so  
I can draw a line through your name?


Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/12/2020 3:36 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
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Bob,

Just to help you I will gladly provide the line.  See below.

        ____________________

That is probably more line than you need for just me.
Feel free to use the overage for others as you see fit.

Les











Re: KXTA824 x 2

On 3/12/2020 2:14 PM, ABLE1 wrote:
 > On 3/12/2020 3:36 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:

 >>  > BTW Don't let Gunner get under your skin.
 >>  > That boy has multiple other issues.
 >>  >
 >>  > Have a better day.
 >>  >
 >>  > Les
 >>
 >>
 >>
 >> No worries.  Gunner is a flake.  I don't count on him for anything,  
well because he has never ever come through.  Not even once.  He uses  
his stroke as an excuse even for failings long before (years) or long  
after.   I predict he won't follow through this time either.  After our  
exchange on firearms and his conclusion to just break the law I am not  
sure if I care.
 >>
 >> As to the stuff I am getting rid of... Meh!  It will probably all go  
in the dumpster.  I hate to pitch good stuff, but I also need the space  
in the shop.  I do have some spare phones for service stock I'll  
probably give to old customers if I have the time.
 >>
 >> I'm accumulating "junque" related to my current field instead.  
Servo motors, spindles, linear rails, raw stock, misc machines, etc.
 >>
 >> Les, I don't have a list to take you off of.  Should I make one just  
so I can draw a line through your name?
 >>
 >
 >
 > Bob,
 >
 > Just to help you I will gladly provide the line.  See below.
 >
 >          ____________________
 >
 > That is probably more line than you need for just me.
 > Feel free to use the overage for others as you see fit.
 >
 > Les

Now, see.  There you go deliberately wasting my time.  Now I have all  
that extra line to dispose of.

Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/12/2020 5:34 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
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Come on Bob, your a creative guy.  I am sure you could make a profit
on that extra line!!!  Chuck it up in your lathe or CNC Machine.
Think of all the lines that you won't have to look for a pencil.

If you secure one end and pull on the other, there is no telling
how much extra line you will get to be used in all kinds of new
projects.

After a while you will realize the savings and the bonuses you will
have with extra line on those new empty shelves you keep saying
you now have.

When you start turning a profit remember where the raw stock came
from and then take a vacation.

I ask for NO return on my investment.  I am that kind of guy!!
A simple thank you is all I need!!  :-)

Les






Re: KXTA824 x 2
On Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 8:48:50 PM UTC-4, ABLE1 wrote:
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lookit you two.

That's just about enough of that nonsense.

This is where I draw the line !!!!!

Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/12/2020 10:33 PM, Jim Davis wrote:
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Jim, Jim, Jim,

You for got to include Da LINE.  Let me help!!

___________________________________________________________

ROFLOL!!!





Re: KXTA824 x 2
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Sounds like you are trying to feed me a line.

Re: KXTA824 x 2
On Friday, March 13, 2020 at 10:40:37 AM UTC-4, Bob La Londe wrote:
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Speaking of a lion reminds me of this "Groaner" story

There was once a rather eccentric scientist who was working on discovering  
the secret of immortality. He had discovered that porpoises were the best r
ecipients of the various serums he had developed so far and had a number of
 these animals in huge tanks in his basement laboratory. Since the work he  
was doing was so important, he decided he needed something to keep people f
rom finding out his secret formula so he bought a lion to protect his house
. As lions sleep most of the time he wasn't much of a problem to keep.  Aft
er some success in prolonging the life of the porpoises he determined that  
he needed one more ingredient to complete the formula that could only be fo
und in the feathers of seagulls. So he tied the lion near the front door to
 his house and went to the beach to catch some seagulls. Down on the beach  
after capturing a number of seagulls, a policeman came up to him and told t
he professor that it was against the law to capture or kill seagulls and th
at he was under arrest. The professor not to be taken away from his experim
ents pulled away and ran to his house carrying his bag of seagulls. He jump
ed over the sleeping lion at his front door, and locked himself inside his  
home. When the police finally arrived they arrested him. The charges they b
rought against him were:
"For transporting gulls over a staid lion for immortal porpoises"

OK ------ everybody  ----   all together now ----- G R O A N ! ! ! !

Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/13/2020 1:02 PM, Jim Davis wrote:
> On Friday, M
arch 13, 2020 at 10:40:37 AM UTC-4, Bob La Londe wrote
:
>> On 3/12/2020 5:48 PM, ABLE1 wrote:
>  
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eaking of a lion reminds me of this "Groaner" story
>
  
> There was once a rather eccentric scientist who w
as working on discovering the secret of immortality. H
e had discovered that porpoises were the best recipien
ts of the various serums he had developed so far and h
ad a number of these animals in huge tanks in his base
ment laboratory. Since the work he was doing was so im
portant, he decided he needed something to keep people
 from finding out his secret formula so he bought a li
on to protect his house. As lions sleep most of the ti
me he wasn't much of a problem to keep.  After some su
ccess in prolonging the life of the porpoises he deter
mined that he needed one more ingredient to complete t
he formula that could only be found in the feathers of
 seagulls. So he tied the lion near the front door to
his house and went to the beach to catch some seagulls
. Down on the beach after capturing a number of seagul
ls, a policeman came up to him and told the professor
that it was against the law to capture or kill seagull
s and that he was under arrest. The professor not to b
e taken away from his experiments pulled away and ran
to his house carrying his bag of seagulls. He jumped o
ver the sleeping lion at his front door, and locked hi
mself inside his home. When the police finally arrived
 they arrested him. The charges they brought against h
im were:
> "For transporting gulls over a staid lion
for immortal porpoises"
>  
> OK ------ everybody  --
--   all together now ----- G R O A N ! ! ! !
>  
 
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Re: KXTA824 x 2
On 3/13/2020 10:40 AM, Bob La Londe wrote:
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    Was I successful??

It's been fun Bob!!  Thanks for the memories!!




Re: KXTA824 x 2
On Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 9:39:28 PM UTC-4, Bob La Londe wrote:
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    In the deepest parts of the Amazonian jungle a very old man was sitting on
 a log outside the entrance to his grass hut, surrounded by several childre
n, none of whom were in school because of the special holiday. He was expla
ining to the eager listeners his memory of why this particular day was cele
brated every year, and why it was important not to repeat mistakes of the p
ast.

    ?Many years ago our tribe was warring with a neighboring tribe. On
e day our King heard that the enemy tribe was going to attack us in the dar
kness of night. So it would not get stolen, our King gathered several of hi
s strongest warriors to lift and conceal his golden throne above the rafter
s of his hut. The enemy tribe did not attack that night, but unfortunately  
the throne fell through the rafters onto the sleeping King and killed him.
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    ?And that is why we celebrate this day, my children, to remind all
 of us that:

        ?.senorht wots t?ndluohs sesuoh ssarg ni evil ohw elpoeP
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Re: KXTA824 x 2
On Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 8:57:27 PM UTC-4, chas...@gmail.com wrote:
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lebrated every year, and why it was important not to repeat mistakes of the
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People who live in grass houses shouldn't stow thrones.

Re: KXTA824 x 2
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ren, none of whom were in school because of the special holiday. He was exp
laining to the eager listeners his memory of why this particular day was ce
lebrated every year, and why it was important not to repeat mistakes of the
 past.
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arkness of night. So it would not get stolen, our King gathered several of  
his strongest warriors to lift and conceal his golden throne above the raft
ers of his hut. The enemy tribe did not attack that night, but unfortunatel
y the throne fell through the rafters onto the sleeping King and killed him
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A woman has twins, and gives them up for adoption. One of
 them goes to a family in Egypt and is named Amal. The other
 goes to a family in Spain; they name him Juan. Years later, Juan sends a p
icture of himself to his mom. Upon receiving the picture, she tells
 her husband that she wishes she also had a picture of Amal.
 Her husband responds... "but they're twins; once you've seen
 Juan, you've seen Amal."


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