Question about Konka K2386U 23" TV
I work in a detention center's educational unit and we have some nice tvs. Unfortunately, they are constantly "borrowed" by other facility staff during non-educational time. Is there a way to disable the tv when we are not here so that they will leave them alone?
It is unclear whether you are talking about these units being moved physically or just being used in place.
If moved from one location to another, there are "lock down" products available on the market that can secure the set to one position with cables and key locks. There are other more permanent methods available as well.
If you are tlking about using them where they stand, then there are "hotel" style sets that are restricted in use by internally added circuitry that can be released by code entry from a remote control or keypad panel.
A local security products company should be able to help you with either option.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Hello.otherwise than disconnecting the television set from its plug, the most wise decision is to set a code number in your remote control. in that way, those unwanted borrowers will not have an easy access in turning on the computer.only you must know the code combination.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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