Simplex 2903-9101 with Faraday 6120
Space Age A34-BL-SFXC-SS24D-SH24D horn/strobe
Space Age V33 strobe
Simplex 2901-9332, made using the “follow me” tool.
Wheelock 7002 and 7002T
My own idea - a Wheelock 7002T-24-MCW! The horn and strobe would be wired in parallel, and it would have a code 3 option.
Far out! The Wheelock 7002T-24-MCW would actually be practical if the strobe wasn’t pointed upward. (And if it didn’t have Wheelock’s infamous amount of current draw.)
The strobe is pointed upward, but the reflector is pointed towards the front. There’s probably still a coverage gap, though.
Have you ever done buildings in Sketchup, or just smaller stuff? I use Sketchup a lot to design buildings (or recreate those that exist in real life) so I would love to see any larger models you have done .
Sorry. When it comes to buildings, I’m clueless.
That looks like a good start! I like your attention to detail, especially with the doors.
Just for grins, here’s my current building I started working on about 2 months ago. This is a manufacturing and engineering facility for the fictional “Stern Drive Corporation.” I’d say I’m about halfway done with the structure itself and the exterior, and I still have almost all of the interior to complete.
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Wow! That’s amazing! Did you make those window textures yourself?
No, I got a picture of some old factory windows from Google and cropped it to one section. I created a new Material and imported the picture, then added transparency.
Old meets new.
Wheelock 7001T-24-15-FR and -FW.
Simplex DirectAlert sounder/strobe.
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The back of the device.
Strobe Intensity: 15 candela
- 520 Hz square (default)
- Single Chime
- Repeating Chime
- Slow Whoop
- Slow Wail
- 800/1000 Hz alternating
What if Wheelock made a miniature version of the RSS? Introducing the RS1S:
Unlike the regular RSS, the entire device would snap onto a back plate, and would be screwed in.
A Wheelock ET-1010-WS-24.
I’ve kinda wondered what a 34T would look like if it had a vertical LSM strobe on the front, and was flush-mount like
I did two versions. One is a 34T behind a flush plate, which Wheelock actually offered, but I added an LSM strobe on the front. This would be a 7001T-24-LSM, and would use slightly less metal than slapping an LSM strobe on a V7001T’s housing.
I also did a version where the 34T itself is semi-flush mount. I dub it the "38T-24-LSM".
Also, for those of you who are wondering, the model number format is correct. The later versions of the 34T-24+WS-24 were labeled "34T-24-WS-24" with a hyphen instead of a plus sign. Even later versions dropped the second "24" altogether, and were simply labeled "34T-24-WS".
*EDIT* - Just realized I messed up the reflector
Awesome, that’s exactly what I was picturing. Nice job!
Some pull stations and call points I designed.
This one’s for Wheelock. It was inspired by the Simplex T-Bar, along with the BG-8 and BG-12.
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This Space Age pull station was inspired by the 5050-001 pulls stations made by the security company that shall not be named.
A Simplex 4099-9708 manual call point.
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The push-only version of the Space Age MPS.
Fulleon CPL call point. Replaces the CXL series.
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A Fulleon Melodi WH sounder/beacon. Looks oddly familiar.