CircuitWerkes Test Tones and Other Test Aids
To download a .wav file you may have to right
click and select the "save link as"
Download a simple SUB-03 test sequence in .wav format.
Some browsers will attempt to play the file
rather than downloading it.
Right Click on WAV files and use the save
function from the pop-up menu to download
them This sequence contains 25Hz, 35Hz and combo
(25/35Hz) tones. (File Length = 151k)
Download a wav file with all 16 DTMF tones for testing,
programming or cueing DTMF-16, DS-8 and DR-10
products. Right Click on WAV files and use
the save function from the popup menu to
download them. This file contains the following
sequence of DTMF tones: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0,A,B,C,D. (File Length = 38k)
WAV files on this site are 8bit mono with
8000 Hz sample rates to reduce transfer times.
These files are very small and should be
easily transferred, even over a dial up line.
They work very well for testing and operating
CircuitWerkes products. Should you
wish to convert them to some other format
such as MP-3, you may first need to convert
them to 16-bit files with a sample rate of
Programs and drawings
If you have a standard EAS-4 controller for the Sage Alerting Systems
ENDEC product, there is a downloadable test program that can be used to verify correct operation
of your EAS-4. This program runs under MS
Windows 95 or higher and requires a PC with
an available Com1 or Com2. The com port must
be set for 9600,N81. If your EAS-4 is not
the standard configuration, you will not
be able to test functions that have been
modified with this program. Other functions
will respond normally.
Many people want a simple method for using
their DR-10 to put a remote caller on the
air. We have made a simple diagram in PDF format that can be used to help you
wire up your DR-10 to do just that. The solution
presented is just one way that the DR-10
can be used. The design presented here is
definitely NOT the best solution for most
installations, but it is the simplest and
most universal. Several other designs can
be used in conjunction with the one presented
that will improve the flexibility of your
system. To download the diagram, right click
the link and use the save as feature to store
the image locally.
One of the calls that we commonly receive
deals with balanced vs unbalanced audio hookup.
It is important to understand how to hook
up our equipment to yours, so we have created
a one-page primer on audio connections and
TRS jacks that can be downloaded here