If I understand this correctly. Output 1 needs a wire ran to the speaker that would be located behind the KP2. If we ran Cat5 to this Keypad location could we use the spare pair on the cat5 for the speaker connection? Or would we have issues with this?Spanky said:There is a location in the back of the surface or recessed back box on the KP2 for a new speaker that Output 1 on the M1 can connect to. We found out today that the ELK external Prox Reader will also fit in the back of the recessed backbox along with the new speaker. There is about a 3 inch read range on the Prox cards from the front of the KP2.
This new speaker is a 32 ohm 10 - 15 watt and sounds very good. The nice thing about 32 ohm speakers is that you can wire 8 of them in parallel for a 4 ohm load, they draw a small amount of current, and make very little heat thus difficult to blow out.
SQUEEKSpanky said:And NO, the temperature sensor is not built into the KP2 keypad.Â It is included in the origonal KP1 keypad.Â The reasoning was to make a less expensive keypad.
Remember,squeeky wheels get greased!!!!Â
If we knew then what we now know some of these adjustments could have be included with the initial release.toymaster458 @ Jan 9 2006 said:I was thinking last night about the new KP2 and the lack of the F5 and F6 keys and it brought to mind, Are there any other differences between the KP and KP2 that we don't know about???