My Fire Alarm Collection

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My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Sat Jan 30, 2016 9:56 am

*Pictures coming soon!

Wheelock:
AS-24-MCW-FR
AS-24-MCW-FW
NS-2475W (x2)
STR
HSRC
LHSR
MT4-115-WH (Strobe removed)
ZNS (3x, 2x rebranded by Siemens)
RSS-24-MCW-FW
RSSP-24-MCW-FR
43T-G6-115
DSM-12/24-R
CH-70 (Broken)

Simplex:
4906-9157
4050 (Broken)
4098-9601

Edwards/EST:

Genesis speaker/strobe
270-ASPO
340-4N5

System Sensor:
P1224MC (x2)
SCW
SSM24-6

Other Brands:
Honeywell S464-A
Fire-Lite 501 smoke detectors (x4, one rebranded by pyrotronics)
DMP control panel
Potter MBA-6-12 Bell
Star Sprinkler Corp. Model 601 smoke detector

I think that's all.

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by kcin556 » Sat Jan 30, 2016 10:47 am

Do you have the model number or a picture for the DMP control panel?
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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Sat Jan 30, 2016 11:09 am

Not at the moment but i could certainly get one.

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by Samson » Sun Jan 31, 2016 4:24 pm

EpicFireAlarms wrote:Not at the moment but i could certainly get one.

Please do, im curious ;)
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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Fri Apr 08, 2016 3:55 pm

I would like to apologize for such a long wait, but I cannot figure out how to upload a picture onto the Forums. In the mean time, you can see a photo of it on my Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/epic_fire_alarms/

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by Samson » Fri Apr 08, 2016 4:06 pm

EpicFireAlarms wrote:I would like to apologize for such a long wait, but I cannot figure out how to upload a picture onto the Forums. In the mean time, you can see a photo of it on my Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/epic_fire_alarms/
Cool, thanks! :D
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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by kcin556 » Fri Apr 08, 2016 6:03 pm

EpicFireAlarms wrote:In the mean time, you can see a photo of it on my Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/epic_fire_alarms/
I noticed in the caption you said it was in a pile of broken alarms. Is it not functioning?

In all honesty from the pictures I can't tell if you have a whole panel or just the display from a remote fire command station. Could you post a closer view of the unit? I own a DMP XR-500 panel so I'm interested to see what yours is. Thanks!
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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Fri Apr 08, 2016 9:27 pm

I believe it's an annunciator, but i'll let you figure that out. Sadly, yes it is broken.

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by kcin556 » Fri Apr 08, 2016 10:06 pm

You are correct that it is an annuciator, specifically a remote keypad to a DMP XR2500F Addressable system.

What gives you the indication it is broken? Obviously it looks to be in rough shape, but have you tried hooking up 12V to the Red and Black feeds? Not trying to doubt your knowledge of the device, I just want to see if I can help :D
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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Sat Apr 09, 2016 6:45 am

Well, it came from a demolished building, and I had figured i'd use it for parts, so some of the internal components are missing. The physical annunciator is still there, so I suppose I could try to reinstall (or find a replacement for) the interior components.

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Sun May 08, 2016 6:45 pm

I have recently added a Wheelock HSR and a Wheelock RSS-24100C to my collection!

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Wed Dec 21, 2016 7:39 pm

I have recently added a Fire-Lite BG-8 to my collection.

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Fri Feb 16, 2018 8:16 am

I figured it's been about two years since I updated everyone on my collection... VERY little has changed, but I've gotten a few new devices. I'm focusing more on exit signs now collection-wise, but I plan to buy some new fire alarm stuff pretty soon!


Wheelock:
AS-24-MCW-FR
AS-24-MCW-FW
NS-2475W (x2)
STR
HSRC
LHSR
MT4-115-WH (Strobe removed)
ZNS (3x, 2x rebranded by Siemens)
RSS-24-MCW-FW
RSSP-24-MCW-FR
43T-G6-115
DSM-12/24-R
CH-70 (Broken)

Simplex:
4906-9157
4050 (Broken)
4098-9601

Edwards/EST:
Genesis speaker/strobe
270-ASPO
340-4N5

System Sensor:
P1224MC (x2)
SCW
SSM24-6

Other Brands:
Honeywell S464-A
Fire-Lite 501 smoke detectors (x4, one rebranded by pyrotronics)
DMP control panel
Potter MBA-6-12 Bell
Star Sprinkler Corp. Model 601 smoke detector

*NEW DEVICES*:
Fire-Lite BG-8
Wheelock HSR
Wheelock RSS-___MCC (Simplex 4904-9340)
Bizarre Wheelock/CP wall-mount chime/strobe with a ceiling-mount speaker grille.

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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by Simplex 4051 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 5:23 pm

Even though you only have a small amount of new devices, what you have is really nice! You got a good haul!
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Re: My Fire Alarm Collection

Post by EpicFireAlarms » Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:55 pm

As of last week, I'm pleased to announce that my entire fire alarm collection has gone to another local fire alarm collector who will actually put the devices to use. In other words, I no longer have a collection, but I'm really happy that someone else (this collector happens to be quite a bit younger than me) is able to enjoy my collection like I once was, and is able to put the time and care that's needed into a fire alarm collection.

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