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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Eric B., Oct 17, 2008.

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  1. Crash Gordon

    Crash Gordon Guest

    Unbelievable bargain dood...what are they charging for labor 200usd per
    hour? Look for hidden stuff in contract to make up for not making any money
    from the install. Seriously.



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    **Crash Gordon**
     
  2. Guest

    Back before DS (Detection Systems) was purchased by Bosch, DS bought
    Radionics.
    Some of the Engineers didn't like the change and went to work for
    DMP.
    Just after that (cira 1998) DMP came out with all kinds of module
    that used addressable Radionics Poppit modules, and kits to retro a
    DMP board into a Radionics enclosure....ect
    Hmmmmm.....very coincidental, several lawsuits insued.
    DMP tried to make their own Poppit version (711) which for lack of a
    better term, still suck!
    Since then most Radionics/Bosch Dealers really don't like DMP.

    DMP is associated somehow with Atlas Alarm based somewhere out of
    Missouri.

    http://alarmcontrolcenter.com/web/AboutUs.aspx

    Anyway they aren't too highly regarded in the alarm industry, they
    always have grandeous announcements about the product, like...
    it can do anything anyone else can but even than imagination!
    it makes toast,
    it installs itself,
    it can outperform the latest Intel Xenon 8 core processor,
    it'll pick your kids up from school too!
    The engineering, product and marketing is powered by pure Unobtainuim.


    (P.S. I installed that crap for a dealer a few years ago, the company
    that bought him is still replacing it out and starting a lucritive
    boat anchor division.)

    As far as the Bosch/Radionics comments go, to each his own.
    I've found the Radionics product very dependable and durable if
    correctly installed.
    Their primarily market is geared towards commercial and industrial
    applications, not residential.
    Next time you goto the biggest retailer in the world AKA Walmart check
    out the Radionics keypads on the wall.

    Most dealer with a conscience will give you the lock code or unlock
    the panel for you by request.
    You paid for it, you should be able to choose your service provider,
    unless they have you locked into a 5yr monitoring contract, even then
    you can pay the penalty and use whomever you want to.
     
  3. Guest

    Back before DS (Detection Systems) was purchased by Bosch, DS bought
    Radionics.
    Some of the Engineers didn't like the change and went to work for
    DMP.
    Just after that (cira 1998) DMP came out with all kinds of module
    that used addressable Radionics Poppit modules, and kits to retro a
    DMP board into a Radionics enclosure....ect
    Hmmmmm.....very coincidental, several lawsuits insued.
    DMP tried to make their own Poppit version (711) which for lack of a
    better term, still suck!
    Since then most Radionics/Bosch Dealers really don't like DMP.

    DMP is associated somehow with Atlas Alarm based somewhere out of
    Missouri.

    http://alarmcontrolcenter.com/web/AboutUs.aspx

    Anyway they aren't too highly regarded in the alarm industry, they
    always have grandeous announcements about the product, like...
    it can do anything anyone else can but even than imagination!
    it makes toast,
    it installs itself,
    it can outperform the latest Intel Xenon 8 core processor,
    it'll pick your kids up from school too!
    The engineering, product and marketing is powered by pure Unobtainuim.


    (P.S. I installed that crap for a dealer a few years ago, the company
    that bought him is still replacing it out and starting a lucritive
    boat anchor division.)

    As far as the Bosch/Radionics comments go, to each his own.
    I've found the Radionics product very dependable and durable if
    correctly installed.
    Their primarily market is geared towards commercial and industrial
    applications, not residential.
    Next time you goto the biggest retailer in the world AKA Walmart check
    out the Radionics keypads on the wall.

    Most dealer with a conscience will give you the lock code or unlock
    the panel for you by request.
    You paid for it, you should be able to choose your service provider,
    unless they have you locked into a 5yr monitoring contract, even then
    you can pay the penalty and use whomever you want to.
     
  4. Guest

    Agony!!! Crash you hurt the logic center of my brain.
    I was just building respect for you up till now, then you had to go
    and wreck everything!
     
  5. Guest

    Back before DS (Detection Systems) was purchased by Bosch, DS bought
    Radionics.
    Some of the Engineers didn't like the change and went to work for
    DMP.
    Just after that (cira 1998) DMP came out with all kinds of module
    that used addressable Radionics Poppit modules, and kits to retro a
    DMP board into a Radionics enclosure....ect
    Hmmmmm.....very coincidental, several lawsuits insued.
    DMP tried to make their own Poppit version (711) which for lack of a
    better term, still suck!
    Since then most Radionics/Bosch Dealers really don't like DMP.

    DMP is associated somehow with Atlas Alarm based somewhere out of
    Missouri.

    http://alarmcontrolcenter.com/web/AboutUs.aspx

    Anyway they aren't too highly regarded in the alarm industry, they
    always have grandeous announcements about the product, like...
    it can do anything anyone else can but even than imagination!
    it makes toast,
    it installs itself,
    it can outperform the latest Intel Xenon 8 core processor,
    it'll pick your kids up from school too!
    The engineering, product and marketing is powered by pure Unobtainuim.


    (P.S. I installed that @#$%& for a dealer a few years ago, the company
    that bought him is still replacing it out and starting a lucritive
    boat anchor division.)

    As far as the Bosch/Radionics comments go, to each his own.
    I've found the Radionics product very dependable and durable if
    correctly installed.
    Their primarily market is geared towards commercial and industrial
    applications, not residential.
    Next time you goto the biggest retailer in the world AKA Walmart check
    out the Radionics keypads on the wall.

    Most dealer with a conscience will give you the lock code or unlock
    the panel for you by request.
    You paid for it, you should be able to choose your service provider,
    unless they have you locked into a 5yr monitoring contract, even then
    you can pay the penalty and use whomever you want to.
     
  6. Jim

    Jim Guest


    You trash DMP, but support Radionics ........ Identical twins.

    Talk about logic!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  7. Crash Gordon

    Crash Gordon Guest

    Atlas came first, when they couldn't find equipment to suit their needs Rick
    Britton designed his own stuff for their use, then other people wanted to
    use it...became DMP.

    DMP had addressable stuff LONG before 98 --- DMP & Radx were similar long
    before that due to failed merger I believe.

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    **Crash Gordon**
     
  8. Crash Gordon

    Crash Gordon Guest

    So? Check Wells Fargo banks they all use DMP and have been
    since...sheesh...as long as I can remember.

    You info about DMP is short of true.
    The 711 module has been around as long as Radx's popits and the 711 and the
    other expansion modules work fine and are easier program.



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    **Crash Gordon**
     
  9. mleuck

    mleuck Guest

    Not really, Radionics panels are far above anything I've seen with
    DMP, they are nothing alike
     
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