Video: A Vancouver homeless man is electrocuted leaning on a city lamp standard
I'm not watching that!
It is amazing the amount of programming mistakes i find when I take over panels so obviously they are not using a laptop or if they are they still have no idea what there doing. and that goes for the people at office doing it as well.
Well thats 6 minutes 19 seconds of my life wasted.
Uhhhh! Could be. Didn't know they had one. How do I tell?
You'd probably be better off if you smoked a couple of cigarettes.
How many sets of keypad wires? How many keypads? Actually I have no clue if Ademco has a keypad with a receiver built in or not, but some other manufacturers do. One set of wires and one keypad. Must have an RF keypad.Hmmm. Looks like they have several models of RF keypad.
Get a set of Belgian headphones and play "Ca plane pour moi" by Plastic Bertrand in the vicinity of the keypad, if the alarm activates then its a wireless keypad.
There are three keypads and three sets of wires tied into the panel. House was prewired so I can't physically trace the wires. Just a little down in the basement and a little up in the attic. I figure they must have tapped off of one of the keypad wire runs, someplace. I haven't looked at the connections to the backs of the keypads yet to see if there's a splice-in at one of them. I have to go back and start the home theater system next week, so I'll take a look then.
I tried something like that but the aluminum foil on my head kept slipping down over my eye's and I fell down the stairs. Now I'm in the hospital where I tried the head phones jack in the jack on the wall. I think I blew out the nurse call.
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