WTB: Honeywell Manuals

I am looking for any and all Honeywell manuals.
Bosch series 5501, 5503, 5505, 5800, 5900, etc.
Honeywell 7000, 8000...etc.
Let me know what you have.
Thank you
Jim Rojas
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Jim Rojas
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I am not familiar with those (Bosch) product numbers. I guess I could go to the off site warehouses to see if any of those items are there, if only I had an idea of what the actual part number represents. Are any of those Bosch part numbers prefixed with a 'D' or 'DS'?
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Just Looking
They were a line specially made for Honeywell. Yes, they may be listed as D5501, D5503, etc.
Special firmware and a custom made keypad.
Jim Rojas
Just Look> I am not familiar with those (Bosch) product numbers. I guess I could go to
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Jim Rojas
It was ok in its time.
Jim Rojas
Crash Gord> ugly keypad
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Jim Rojas
Think and old Bosch (Radionics) rep would know about it?
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Just Looking
I took over a few of those way back when, all you needed was the handlers, IIRC the ones we took were basically 6112s with the weird keypads and different handlers - in all other respects is was a 6112.
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Crash Gordon
He might.
Jim Rojas
Just Look> Think and old Bosch (Radionics) rep would know about it?
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Jim Rojas
I just wanted to archive the manuals. I have most of the product handlers on one of my B cards.
Jim Rojas
Crash Gord> I took over a few of those way back when, all you needed was the handlers,
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Jim Rojas
I have no idea. I use to deal with the Salinas office back in the day. They are all long gone by now I believe.
Jim Rojas
Crash Gord> Which rep?
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Jim Rojas
Ms. McFarlin She was the old DS rep for many moons.
> Which rep? > > > -- > Crash Gordon > -------ouch------ > >
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Just Looking
Back in the day the Salinas office was the whole thing. I still remember the smell of chocolate left from the old Peter Paul Mounds factory before Radionics bought it. There are still a few left around from the good old days.
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Just Looking
I saw Mike Linebarger a year or two ago, also Tom...damn what was his name...skinny cowboy...ran into Tom at a bid meeting 2 years ago, he's working with big access control outfit.
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Crash Gordon

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