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Beomaster 5000 connect to a Beolink 1000

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Snowy366
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Snowy366 posted on Sat, May 8 2021 8:37 PM

 

I’ve a B&O 5000 system which I adore I bought a beolink 1000 and it don’t communicate as you are well aware , is it possible and how please?

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Adam

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Dillen replied on Sat, May 8 2021 10:16 PM

Beomaster 5000 can only be remotely controlled using a Terminal 5000 or a Master Control Panel 5000.

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Why have I read more on here ?And  it’s possible through a MCL A2v  

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No. Beomaster 5000 will not understand the codes sent from a Beolink 1000.

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Guy replied on Sun, May 9 2021 11:15 AM

There was an 'IR Code Converter' that allowed the BM5000 to be controlled by a BL1000.  It looks a bit like the MCL2 kit, and uses the same IR transceiver.  Apparently it's very hard to come by.

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Yes I’ve read this can someone tell me exactly what it is please ? 

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Even with that you still cannot do all the programming, that can only be done from the MCP.

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Guy replied on Mon, May 10 2021 11:03 AM

Snowy366:

Yes I’ve read this can someone tell me exactly what it is please ? 

There are a few more details (including pictures on page 2 of the thread) here:  https://archivedforum.beoworld.org/forums/t/14788.aspx

... and for Silver/Gold members there is a copy of the converter's installation and operation instructions filed with BM5000 service manuals.  There are no circuit diagrams, but it does say that it was also designed to use with the BS7700 and also BM6000/8000 - the later two systems requiring a little internal modification first.

The part number of the converter is 8089017.

 

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