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 on: Today at 12:19:11 AM 
Started by CaroldeLar - Last post by CaroldeLar
The need for the best and skilled business doers is highly in demand. That's how there are various online trainers and education providers with expert management courses and the diploma of leadership and management online.

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 on: November 12, 2019, 09:10:27 PM 
Started by dhouston - Last post by dave w
That's right, he actually preferred and used "Ahoy Hoy" to answer the phone. Edison instructed all his people to use Hello. How's THAT for some useless knowledge!
Impressive.

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 on: November 12, 2019, 09:08:28 PM 
Started by guadcore - Last post by dave w

 I was at the 9974 guess on the key pad and came across your post


 rofl

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 on: November 12, 2019, 09:05:19 PM 
Started by TURBOGNX - Last post by dave w
Now the new module and a replacement I just got today do nothing whether it is plugged into the same outlet or any other outlet in the house.... Now I can't turn on anything plugged into these modules (appliances or lights and even tested each to make sure they work in the outlet I was switching to) no matter what settings, outlets, or remote I use. B:(
Unless I missed something, I think your SC1200 just got audited (AKA broke).

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 on: November 11, 2019, 09:45:57 PM 
Started by TURBOGNX - Last post by TURBOGNX
I only had the one lamp module hooked up.

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 on: November 11, 2019, 06:15:50 PM 
Started by TURBOGNX - Last post by Brian H
The keypad buttons on the SC1200 also do not work with the new modules but are OK with the older still working ones?

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 on: November 11, 2019, 03:49:05 PM 
Started by TURBOGNX - Last post by TURBOGNX
Yeah, I tried turning both wheels around a couple of times and then setting them. SC1200 is still on A, both keychain remotes are set for 2, and my PSR01 remote using A-2 (same channel as the original LM) but nothing works. I even set the new module to 1-4 and tried using the corresponding channel on the PSR01 and still nothing.

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 on: November 11, 2019, 01:53:52 PM 
Started by TURBOGNX - Last post by Tuicemen
Have you spun the housecode and unit code wheels arround a few times before setting to the same house code as the security module?   Since  your console has been set and working for some time are you sure the house code on the replacements are the same as the console? If you used a different house code in the console then the default of A that would be why the replacements aren't working.

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 on: November 11, 2019, 01:18:15 PM 
Started by guadcore - Last post by petera
On the Keyboard.
Push 7 and release.
Push 9 and release.
Push On and release.
Push Clear and release.

Since you had to use a voltage converter. You may not be able to get the X10 power line signals through it. To do things like control lights.
As the power line transmitter is built into the AC wall supply.
Also since your country is 50 cycles and the power unit for the SC1200 is made for 60 cycles. Keep an eye on it for awhile to verify it is not getting warmer than you would want it too.

An old post @Brian H but a very valuable one. Got an SC9000 on eBay and the genius didn't have the Pin code. I was at the 9974 guess on the key pad and came across your post. No doubt it was for security reasons they set this procedure but it did have a whiff of after market revenue generator.

Thanks again  >!

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 on: November 11, 2019, 11:32:16 AM 
Started by dhouston - Last post by bkenobi
There are solutions to a lot of these problems that will become more of a reality though.  We just have to keep them in mind when setting systems up.  If the voice box can see a window, it would be exposed to this risk.  By shutting the drapes, you should eliminate the concern.  Or, I suppose make sure it is blocked by furniture.  In the cold war days, there were devices that could record conversations by detecting vibrations on windows.  The counter was to install some form of device that would change how the window was vibrating (not sure if it was a white noise generator or a noise cancellation type device and can't find a link).

But, this type of threat is something a lot of people are becoming more aware of and concerned with.  I recently found a whole line of clothing that helps with radiation but eliminates all the downsides of using tin foil.  I haven't ordered from this specific company since they are in Europe, but I imagine it should help those who are interested.

https://shieldapparels.com/

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