Any pictures of your collection 3t22?
What is "Incandescent light plate"?
How did YOU discharge that one sprinkler head?
I've got plenty of pics of my collection and actual instals I've posted on my photobucket account as well as pics of my entire siren collection, including the P-15 http://s5.photobucket.com/albums/y169/w ... nalmuseme/
, NOTE: the yellow 5 on the pole is not mine, it's one of Vernon's 5 sirens. And plenty of videos on my youtube account http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=Federal3t22
. an incandescent light plate is a plate that uses small light bulb instead of a strobe light. Here's 2 videos of my Simplex time recorder (now simplexgrinnel) 2903 light plates with horns.
this is a 120VAC 2903 with a 4050 vibratory horn http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdqlusfT028
I stuck the wires from the light plate and horn, into one end of an extention cord (before I plugged it in).
This is a 24VDC 2903 with a 2901-9806 (relabled Vibratone 450) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lew9nUPiFPs
I used the 2 12VDC lead acid batteries from my old Simplex 4001 fire alarm control panel to power it (I now have a Fire-Lite MS-4424B). I now use the battery leads to my Silent Knight 5395 distributed power module, which puts out 24VDC to power my 24VDC alarms.
I also have a 24VDC Space Age Electronic AV-32 light plate with a red lens seen here powered. http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y169/w ... IM2946.jpg
for comparison here's the most common set up seen, a horn/strobe.
This is a Simplex 4903-9219 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8XCBaReUq4
If your sensitive to strobes flashing please watch with caution. sadly the horn died in this alarm a few months ago
(the strobe still works)
As for how I discharged the sprinkler head, I didn't put a lighter up to it because I didn't want glass going everywhere (it contained a glass tube). I placed it in a bag and tapped on it with a screw driver. The other 3 I left intact. I wanted to have one dischared so I could have a little "fun" with it (if you've never seen one in action, they spread water an every direction).