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Need to be able to sound a fire alarm using the intercom

We have a large property, with about 40 workers, we have portable fire alarms, but we would like to use the intercom on the phone, is there any way to set it up to push a buton to make the alarm sound out. We have the intercom set up already all over the property.

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  • jsdrilling Oct 23, 2008

    Hi,

    With the first part, about the 3301 we get our loud speaker over the whole yard, so if we need to page someone we can.



    We need to be able to sound a fire alarm, if possible by pushing any of the buttons in an emergency that will then go over the loud speaker, as if we had just pushed 3301. (if this makes any sence)



    I dont know what phone system we are connected too, sorry.



  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    This is at least a 3 part answer. Walk to any phone, pick up the handset, and press intercom if it's not lit and dial *3301. Talk. What do you get?



    Now, what button(s) do you want to push and what sound do you want to hear? What phone system is you phone connected to?



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O.K. You have external paging already set up, so here's the quickest solution. Listen to the tones and see if it's acceptable. http://www.bogen.com/products/tones/tg4c/

Now, the problem is WHICH BUTTON DO YOU WANT TO PUSH, and how do you want to reset it?
You can mount panic buttons, or dial an extension on the phone system, but you're going to need extra equipment to lock the tone. A simple pair of latching relays from someone like Sandman (www.sandman.com look for Wizard's toolbox). can do the job, but you still need to get a set of buttons and know who is pushing and where they are pushing it from. Of course if you already have an alarm system that provides a contact (probable), then you just have to run 2 wires between the systems, add a power supply and you're good to go.

There are other units out there that can have multiple triggers. If playing audio, or announcing zones is better, you could go to www.vikingelectronics.com and grab a K-2000 DVA which will play one-minute messages from 8 different zones.

Anyway, it's pretty trivial when you use the TG4C as the source of tones. The rest will be familiar to both the phone installer and the alarm guy.

Carl


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