Question about Radio Communications
I have a pair of Novi 980215 4-channel intercoms that don't work through my house wiring between buildings. I saw a video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3GMqvgQFjU that tells how to convert a similar intercom to send signals via phone line. But my circuit boards are different from the one in the demo so I wonder if you could tell me which wires to cut and splice into.
The AC wire attach to the board at ''W'' and Or''. A red and a black wire come off the board at ''R'' and Bk'' right next to the AC wires. The red and black go to the top of what looks like a transformer. Two yellow wires come out of the bottom of the transformer and connect to the board at ''Y1'' and ''Y2''.
I could post photos on my website if that would help. Do you think you can figure how to wire this for phone line?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wiring cartridge
The "Standard wiring" is: Red = Right Hot= R Green= Right Ground= RG White= Lefty Hot= L Blue= Left Ground = LG Black if used is "Ground" and should be connected to a seperate ground circuit. Seems to me you are missing a couple of solder points. Also try twisting the pairs together but not all 4 together; i.e.(red & grn) (White & blue) to reduce "hum". Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 16, 2007
Jake, the green wire is the ground, just attach it to one of the screws the secure the cover plate. As far as you ordering both the heater and the board, you have it covered. Catriver.
Posted on May 30, 2008
Wireless routers operate on 2.4GHz frequency. It's very possible that your intercom is in the same frequency range causing inerference. Try and find the frequency your intercoms operate on. If you can't find it on the unit, search the internet for the name brand and maybe you will find the info. If this is that case, (as I suspect it is), the only alternative I can suggest is to change your intercoms. Be sure to check the frequency of the new intercoms before purchasing. Anything but 2.4GHZ should work fine.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
SOURCE: intercom feature not working
Is one of the 2 phones transformer plugged into a power strip? If so, try putting it directly into the wall, most power strips do not pass the signal properly
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
the green an yellow wire is a ground. Look for an area on the board with a ground symbol . Can you not match the location from the old board???
Either way the black and red are your positive and negative power, while the third is the ground. The wire probably are located in close proximity to each other.
Let me know if this helps
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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Check your telephone to see if it has an intercom feature. Many wireless phones that come with multiple units allow you to temporarily turn one unit into an intercom to contact other units attached to the same wireless phone system. Depending on the model, you can contact all the other phones at once, or a single specific phone, by pushing the intercom button and entering the other mode. To put the phone back into regular mode, all you have to do is switch off the intercom option.
Contact your telephone provider. Some telephone service providers allow landline phones to call themselves, which enables the phone to function as an improvised intercom. You would simply pick up the phone, dial and then close the connection. Once the phone is answered elsewhere in the house, you will have established a line to another phone and you can speak normally on it. This has largely been eliminated due to lack of need as technology advances, but it may still be an option with some providers.
Purchase and install an intercom system that will work through an existing phone line. Many of these products, some of which are produced by Panasonic, operate as a halfway point between a traditional intercom system and a phone line. The exterior intercom links directly to the phone line, and you can pick up the phone and talk through the intercom unit outside once the system is properly set up
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