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 Posted: Friday Mar 7th, 2014 02:29 am
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Here are some photos of a White KP06 which we are trying to produce.






Any comments on the KP06 in white?

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 Posted: Friday Mar 7th, 2014 05:16 pm
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Yes, as with anything white I hope the plastic is good quality so it doesn't yellow over time.
 
 



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YES YES YES

Excellent 



THANKS





 Posted: Sunday Mar 16th, 2014 03:32 am
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Some photos wiith other frames







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KP06 - the keypads and surround plate are just a push fit into the main unit - in situations where there is not an entirely flat wall behind we are experiencing the keypads coming loose.
Would it be possible to design some sort of screw fox for the front assembly.
Something along the lines of the GIRA and JUNG switches that both have 'clip' fixings BUT ALSO screws into the base unit.



 Posted: Monday Mar 17th, 2014 01:19 pm
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Can you explain how a not flat wall causes the keypad to come loose

What comes loose, the 2 plug in modules?

Do you use the supplies back box?



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YES
We have just received three NEW KP06 in WHITE (pre production)

Now we are starting to get somewhere!

My bet is that you will sell MORE white than you do black !


Thanks CYTECH great job !

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This is a better photo of a KP06 in white




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I hope these don't go orange over time under exposure to indirect sunlight like my KP04's have;  the white/cream discoloured badly over time!  One was OK when I took of the wall and put back in the Cytech packing for a few months but was bright orange/yellow when I unpacked it again; so "bin fodder" or spare (internal) parts use only now!

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Jules



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