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Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

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Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

Postby escomm » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:02 pm

Anyone have the input connector pinout for the Omega 90 Siren/PA box? Or the schematic of the Unitrol CA90 cable that goes between the controller and the siren box? FedSig's website has some good install info and the schematics for the controller itself, but I can't find anything on the box or the cable that goes between the two.

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Re: Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

Postby escomm » Thu Mar 25, 2010 7:29 am

Bueller? Bueller?

FedSig says they have it, but they won't give it to me since I am not a dealer, and my colleague that is a dealer has been running into nothing but roadblocks. I thought their customer support was pretty good but they are not doing a good job on this one :(

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Re: Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

Postby FireCpt809 » Thu Mar 25, 2010 3:38 pm

I wish i had seen this post last night. I think I have a manual at the shop. I wont be back there til the monday after easter. If you dont find it by then I will double check and scan a the schematic

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Re: Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

Postby escomm » Sat Mar 27, 2010 7:26 am

I would not mind having it on file for future reference if it is not too much trouble for you, we ended up scrounging up a Unitrol Touchmaster (lol) so I've got the Omega amp on the shelf now and might end up using it later on 8)

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Re: Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

Postby uman18 » Mon Jun 07, 2010 6:49 pm

Its been a while since your post but here is the pinout.

1-CHC
2-Kill
3-A/H
4-Man
5-Audio
6-Audio
7-Mic
8-Shield
9-Vol
10-Bias(...?)
11-SWP
12-Wail
13-Yelp
14-PTT

i also have a 10ft cable if you need one later.

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Re: Unitrol Omega 90 Digital Siren/PA Documentation

Postby High_order1 » Tue Jul 20, 2010 8:10 am

Sorry.


Wished I had saw this earlier. I did a LOT of research trying to build one up for a project where the end result was to run two sirens in parallel.


What I never could find was a digikey or mouser p/n for the plugs to fit the jacks. I had them narrowed down, but never found one that would work well enough, and just couldn't bring myself to solder to the pins...


Shawn


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