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RGR05 ringer module voltag requires 14VAC - new board DC !
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 Posted: Monday Mar 18th, 2019 09:22 am
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I have just set up a new Comfort unit supplied with a 14V DC transformer.
The customer has a door phone that requires me to fit a ringer module (RGR05).
The RGR05 is clearly marked 14VAC.

When is a replacement RGR(06) unit available that can handle the new DC input?



 Posted: Monday Mar 18th, 2019 12:05 pm
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The DSI01 module plugs in to the new Comfort PCB with DC power supply

This replaces the RGR05. RGR05 wil not be able to plug in to the new PCB



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And I can purchase a DS101 from .............
As my customer is awaiting the ring from her doorphone ?
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DSI stands for ..........
Door station interface !Double standard institute!



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So this looks like a stand alone door entry module - it has power bus and voice mic outputs so i would assume that a doorphone could be connected directly to it.
Can it be connected remotely form the main CPU pcb?



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Laser.

Door Station Interface

Never heard of the Double standard Institute!

Last edited on Tuesday Mar 19th, 2019 04:27 am by slychiu



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Laser DO NOT have it listed on their web site?



 Posted: Thursday Mar 21st, 2019 08:56 am
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It is new so they may not have listedI suggest to ask them to order, as they have an order pending with Cytech



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