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Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by gazfen, 14 Jan 2020.

  1. gazfen

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    Afternoon, recently moved into a new property.
    Can anyone identify this alarm and possibly point me to the instructions. As I would like to change the code. Any idea what these 2 controls are.
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    The first photo looks like a Cooper Menvier 9930 Keypad, AFAIK it can be connected to a various range of control panels. 9851, 9752, 9751 etc, I believe they are similar in operation, and their user guides can be found on line. The white Scantronic 701r and the black 706r in the second photo are personal attack transmitters.
     
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    Control is Scantronic 9651 ,it shows that on the keypad
     
  5. gazfen

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    Thanks brilliant. Anyone know how to clear this code on the display image.jpg
     
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    I believe that's just displaying the system status, to reset a scantronic it's simply enter code (unless engineer reset of course)
     
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