School Bell Systems
How simple is it to operate a manual bell button, which operates the electric bells placed around the schools of today. Sure easy, you press the button and the bells ring. Now make it your job to ring it 14 times per day, and you cannot miss one or be late. Yeah ok, you say can’t be that bad. But you didn’t realise they didn’t say for the whole year. Now after a few weeks it starts geeting hard to keep time etc. Not so simple now.
This is one job that needs to be automated, and it is quite easy to do. The task can be replaced with an electronic timer. There are a few different types and it is worth speading time choosing a good one. The cheap small self contained timers will cause more problems than they are worth. They are fiddly to program, inflexible, small memory, basically junk. Anything mechanical, it’s past its day, through it out. Audio based sound systems oddly still play Bell Sounds, the overall cost is high to implement, the schedules seem to be modified 7 day timers. It is best to avoid the 7 day timer format, it dosn’t program ahead far enough. Automatic daylight saving and leap yearmust be automatic, many schedules and many bell operations are needed now. The BellMinder is the one that fits the task exactly.