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Intruder alarms im looking for wiring diagrams showing me the connections for my texecom odyssey 1e bell box to my veritas 8 control panel, to link them so that they work together

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Hi Sparky79,
Please find notes below should they help.
12v - 12 volts supply (+) 0v - 0 volts supply (-) TR - Tamper return from bell B - Bell Trigger ST - Stroble Triger

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Whichever operating system you are running, it is possible to remove the volume icon from the screen.

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Restore the sound icon to resume using it to adjust the volume or mute your computer's sound output.

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Click the "Sound" icon in the "System Preferences" window.

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Click the Windows Orb (Start button), then click "Control Panel."
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Click the "Start" button, then click "Control Panel."
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