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Galaxy code number of digits

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by gingerangles, 31 Mar 2020.

  1. gingerangles

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    Quick one folks...

    Galaxy flex 50... codes seem to need to be 5 digits long... can I change this to 4?
     
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    Set Menu 51.66
     
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  3. gingerangles

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    Perfect, thank you!

    Don't supposed you mulled over my speaker volume issue any further did you???
     
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    Sorry, I need to try this on a test panel in the office. Just not had the time lately.
     
  5. gingerangles

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    No worries mate... can you confirm my understanding is correct:

    The L/S circuit is based on 16 ohm?
    1 x 16 ohm L/S gives 16 ohm, so should work with volume control as is?
    2 x 16 ohm L/S in parallel gives 8 ohm?
    2 x 16 ohm L/S in parallel would require resistors to give a resistance of 32 ohm on each L/S circuit in order for the volume control to work?

    Just want to make sure that I'm not missing something.
     
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    What if you series the two 16ohm speakers?
     
  7. gingerangles

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    Admittedly not tried that, but that will give me 32ohm no?
     
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