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Author Topic: Re: Help! RS Plug n' Power Alarm #49-1000 & X10 #49-1119 (Any X10 Siren Compatib  (Read 66479 times)

bill salisbury

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Has anyone figured out if there is any type <BR>of Security Siren that I can hook uo to my <BR>Radio Shack Security System 49-1000


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Brian H

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I am still testing relays that can be used
to trigger an external siren. One thing I
have found the RS 49-1000 uses an output
transformer to drive the piezo transducer
and it is a fairly high voltage and very low
current that this type of transducer likes.
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bill salisbury

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Brian H

If you findout how to do it let me know
e-mail bill.salisbury@us.aemy.mil

Thanks
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Brian H

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Bill am assembling the test board and hope
to try it tomorrow. If you have not looked
at the mseeage thread
'yet another siren question' started by Leo
you may find some things there also. There
are afew others on the 49-1000 and X10
Sirens and the Sonic SS-300 not working
properly. One of them has my test results
showing the difference between what a DS7000
sends and the 49-1000 sends. Also what the
X10 Powerhorns PH508 and SH10A respond to.
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Brian H

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Well very mixed results. With the most
sensative relay I could find. 24 volt; 3 ma.
DC with a bridge rectifier of 4 fast
switching diodes and a 22 uf 50VDC cap. The
thing loaded down the piezo transducers
driver to the point it was just about
audible. Also may have overloaded the driver
transformer. So it looked like the relay
switched was about 26 VDC on it but it may
kill all the internal transducers output.
No a primetime ready thing?
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bill salisbury

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Brian:

You are so far advanced in Electronics than I
would ever think about being, I am just
trying to install the Radio Shack system and
the alarm is to low for even a Burgaler with
really good hearing to know that it was tripped.

I wanted something so that when the door or
window is opened that someone gets scared.

Most of the time it will be my wife that
forgets that the alarm is still turned on
when she goes out to get the paper at 6:00 AM.

Thanks for the advice and it you get it to
work let me know.

Bill S
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dennis

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purchased 49-1000 Plug n' Power wireless
security system.Installation & initial set
up went ok,but once I open a door or window
the consul error code shows a zone is open
and I cannot get code to go off unless I
reset, but the problem comes up again. Door
senson magnet & module light flashes to
indicate open & closed?? Batteries are
good, magnets are properly aligned and door
is closed! Any suggestions or remedies?
Thnx.
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bill salisbury

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Dennis

I am having the same problem with 2 of my
door sensors, Boyh of them have a brick wall
between the Sensor and the main unit.

I was thinking that maybe the signal just
don't work well through the Brick.

Also the sensors that I have installed are on
their side, (Maybe the magnet isn't strong
enough or something)

Any one have any suggestions?

Bill
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justin

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OH WOW!  I have been looking and looking
and finally I am finding somebody that is
having the same problem as me!!!  Dennis, I
have took mine back and I am on my second
security system now and it's like after
about 2 days I get the same problem as
you!  What I did just to check is took a
peice of speaker wire and stuck it in the
hole that says ANT on the door/window
sensor and then put the cover back on.  SO
FAR this has worked.  But I am going to
wait a few days just to be sure.  ANYBODY
ELSE HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS????  My security
system is over 30 days old now and I can't
take it back.
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philip

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Have you tried to set Power horn at device
13. It work for me. Good luck
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billy carter

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Please Email ME> Billycrtr2@aol.com

Bought a powerhouse powerhorn model number
ph508 to work with my 49-1000 security
system and having no luck PLEASE HELP !
THANKS!!!
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billy carter

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I need a external or an internal siren for
my 49-1000 Security alarm please email me
if you know what to do billycrtr2@aol.com
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gv

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Have the plug n power 49-1000 can't get it
to call phone number
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robert

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Let me know what you think of this remote
siren work-around for use with the Plug n'
Power Alarm Cat # 49-1000 ----

1.   Purchase the lamp module--- Cat #
61-3002
2.   program the lamp module to go on if
the alarm is triggeredó
3.   plug the module into an outlet (in
the area you want alerted by alarm)
4.   plug in a 2 or 3
socket/receptacle/AC splitter or extension
cord directly into the lamp module
5.   plug in one 75W-300W or greater
lamp or spotlight into one of the splitter/
extension cord receptacles (radio shack
says that 60W is the minimum necessary)ódo
not use fluorescent/energy saver/or low
Voltage lamps.
6.   Plug in an AC siren into one of the
other receptacles on the splitter/extension
cord

This way if any of the devices
(window/door/motion) are tripped it will
send the signal to the lamp module(s) as
the alarm goes off thus sounding the
alarm.  Your thoughts and feedback are
appreciated.
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Brian H

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Maybe a work around. One point. If you use
an All Lights ON command the siren will
sound. Also I believe the light codes on the
console light the lamps for arm away for 1
minute.
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