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 Posted: Wednesday May 11th, 2011 01:57 am
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palmlodge wrote: Can you disable the very annoying key beeps ?Yes, although I have not come across anyone else who finds kewy beeps annoying



 Posted: Wednesday May 11th, 2011 01:59 am
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juwi_uk wrote: "Design A" picture seems to have the IR receiver on it but "Design B"  doesn't .
The explanation suggests it's the other way around?
Bit confused.  :?
Julian
The dot in Design A was taken away. The IR receiver needs black IR transparent material, so it is hidden beneath the black surfaces in B and C



 Posted: Wednesday May 11th, 2011 03:27 am
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paulgwatkin2 wrote: Having a security system keypad that looks good asthetically is important - especially given the fact the Comfort is by it's nature a high end product.

The type of customer chosing a residential install of Comfort are going to want this to fit with the decor and other systems like CBUS etc.

Ideally multiple faceplates should be supported, black, white etc but also looking to try and mirror faceplates like those used by the Saturn CBUS range from Clipsal.
Paul
Because the KP06 is designed to fit into a "standard" hole size used by KNX manufacturers, you can use frames manufactured by Gira, Merten, Jung etc
for example some Gira Esprit  series frames are shown














 Posted: Wednesday May 11th, 2011 12:51 pm
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when the estimated time to be ready for ordering



 Posted: Wednesday May 11th, 2011 01:09 pm
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We expect production to commence in 3 months barring any delay which is quite likely so please do not commit supply for the time being



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We are now 4 months later since your last message (estimating the production to about 3 months if no delay).
Is it possible to have an update about the release date of this new keypad ?

Thanks !



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We are still finalising the prototypes and we expect productiuon to start next month
As we said 3 months "if no delay"  ;)



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