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re: [K12OSN] OT: what do you use to schedule you schools bells

Email me directly offlist and I can give you some help with this if you are really committed to doing it this way.

It also depends on how 'electronics minded you are, though. . .


Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
De Queen Public Schools
De Queen, AR
simpsond leopards k12 ar us

>>> Sam Snow <snowsam laurel-point net> 2/18/2008 11:43 AM >>>
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> Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 09:52:57 -0600
> From: Timothy C Litwiller <tim litwiller net>
> Subject: [K12OSN] OT:  what do you use to schedule you schools bells
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> I need to find something "free" or very low cost to run the bells at our 
> 28 student private school. I think I have found a relay switch that I 
> can control with usb and wire into the bell circuit along with the the 
> push button.
> But I need some software that the teachers can use to schedule.   I can 
> setup the default - but some times things get changed around for a few 
> days and I don't want to have to be there for every change.


I looked at the same thing a few years ago and ended up buying a 
dedicated clock unit that was designed to trigger bells. It seemed a lot 
simpler than something I put together that involved running a computer.

Here is one example of several that American Time and Signal sells: 
And here another from Lathem Time: http://www.lathem.com/sona.shtml 

When I did this, I was able to find a unit on ebay for a reasonable price.

Good Luck!

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