In the past I've made tethers out of wire, but I was lazy today.
Well, theoretically, as this key is for a panel in a small building where the door will be kept locked at all times and only authorized personnel will have access.Having the key beside the panel makes me think of the key on the wall to the jail cell in Mayberry.
Hey how did you get my work keys????
If you're referring to the pin looking "key", I made that one and several others for the maintenance guys.Hey how did you get my work keys????
Wonder how many know what that "key" next to the black key is for? I know what they orginialy came from, but working on machines that came in handy many times by not having to go get one. No processor keys on that ring, run mode is your friend.
If it is a Allen head wrench they came with the old pull handle alarms to replace the glass rod that showed handle was pulled or for testing so you did not have to break glass rod I’ll have to see if I have a picture.If you're referring to the pin looking "key", I made that one and several others for the maintenance guys.
It keeps them from destroying the latch release by using a screwdriver that is too big.
Our SEIMENS PLC's don't have keys, which at one time was a problem.
Had an operator that would intentionally put the processor in STOP on mornings he came in with a hangover.
The other shift maintenence guys would spend hours trying to figure out why none of the outputs would come on.
After he disappeared for a while and then, when no was was looking, he flipped the switch and everything started working.
He tried pulling that one Monday morning when my shift was on.
Got the line up in just a few minutes.
They found him in his car sleeping it off.
After looking through the videos, we have cameras to watch the lines and people, they fired him.
There are a few machines with Allen Bradleys and those keys are locked up in the boss's key box, which I have a key to.
I also have a key or two I have collected over the years in my roll around tool box.
Back before they started requiring a fire alarm installers license here in Texas, I was a fourth year apprentice installing fire systems in high rise office buildings.If it is a Allen head wrench they came with the old pull handle alarms to replace the glass rod that showed handle was pulled or for testing so you did not have to break glass rod I’ll have to see if I have a picture.