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  1. Marc

    Marc Guest

    I ran into an estimate today where it is impossible to run awire to the front area for a keypad (without getting crazy and stapling things up the stairs, etc). I mentioned they had wireless keypads. Do they make them in the 433 mhz and are they any decent?

    In doing this for 9 years ive never used one.

    Any comments?
     
  2. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    Nope, only had the WLS910 in the 900mhz range now discontinued
    I ran into an estimate today where it is impossible to run awire to the front area for a keypad (without getting crazy and stapling things up the stairs, etc). I mentioned they had wireless keypads. Do they make them in the 433 mhz and are they any decent?

    In doing this for 9 years ive never used one.

    Any comments?
     
  3. Marc

    Marc Guest

    were they buggy?

    Do any other manufactures make wireless keypads?


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    Nope, only had the WLS910 in the 900mhz range now discontinued
    I ran into an estimate today where it is impossible to run awire to the front area for a keypad (without getting crazy and stapling things up the stairs, etc). I mentioned they had wireless keypads. Do they make them in the 433 mhz and are they any decent?

    In doing this for 9 years ive never used one.

    Any comments?
     
  4. alarman

    alarman Guest

    I only ever used one, it worked OK.
    js
    were they buggy?

    Do any other manufactures make wireless keypads?


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    Nope, only had the WLS910 in the 900mhz range now discontinued
    I ran into an estimate today where it is impossible to run awire to the front area for a keypad (without getting crazy and stapling things up the stairs, etc). I mentioned they had wireless keypads. Do they make them in the 433 mhz and are they any decent?

    In doing this for 9 years ive never used one.

    Any comments?
     
  5. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    I didn't know them to be buggy but I didn't run into many of them either
    were they buggy?

    Do any other manufactures make wireless keypads?


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    Nope, only had the WLS910 in the 900mhz range now discontinued
    I ran into an estimate today where it is impossible to run awire to the front area for a keypad (without getting crazy and stapling things up the stairs, etc). I mentioned they had wireless keypads. Do they make them in the 433 mhz and are they any decent?

    In doing this for 9 years ive never used one.

    Any comments?
     
  6. Marc

    Marc Guest

    Well, do i really need a keypad? yes and no. I wouldnt really advise to
    not get a keypad. I suggested to the woman to atleast get the keypad in the
    basement if it cant be on the first floor and a keyfob. Then she said well
    if the windows can be wireless, why not the keypad.

    Im leaning that way but i told her i would look into it.


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  7. Guest

    ive only ever used the Ademco ones, they work well. The Ademco 5827.

    They now have a wireless keypad that looks like their regular keypads
    also.

    Rory
     
  8. Guest

    ive only ever used the Ademco ones, they work well. The Ademco 5827.

    They now have a wireless keypad that looks like their regular keypads
    also.

    Rory
     
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