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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Jim Rims, Jul 27, 2006.

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  1. Jim Rims

    Jim Rims Guest

    All,

    I'm looking to purchase the following equipment. I know some of you are
    dealers so I thought I would see if anyone was interested.

    Quantity
    3 - WS4916 DSC Wireless Smoke Detectors
    15 - EV-DW4975 DSC Vanishing Wrieless Door Window Sensors
    1 - WS4939 DSC Wireless Key Fo
    1 - Power632 Alarm Control Panel
    1 - LCD5501Z32-433 fixed LCD keypad with wireless receiver
    1 - BV-300DP digital pet immune PIR
    1 - 16V40VA plug-in transformer
    1 - BD4-12 12V, 4Ah backup battery
    1 - SD-15 15-Watt interior surface mount siren
    1 - RJ31X telephone jack and cord

    Jim
     
  2. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Depending on your layout, the wireless receiver in the keypad may not be
    sufficient to cover all your devices. You may need a seperate (more
    centralized) receiver. There are a number of online dealers available here:

    http://www.yoursecuritysource.com/buyingonline.htm

    You can also try Norco Alarms (http://www.norcoalarms.com), William B.
    Allen (http://www.wmballen.com), Smart Home (http://www.smarthome.com).

    Another alternative is to call a Dealer that's *local* to you and buy
    the equipment from them. They'll also be able to assist with the
    install (should you need it) and monitoring.

    Do your homework.

    Frank Olson
    http://www.yoursecuritysource.com
     
  3. LOOK HERE
    http://www.alarmsuperstore.com/dsc/dscindex.htm
     
  4. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    here:

    The wireless receiver in the keypad supports 32 zones
     
  5. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    Mark Leuck wrote:


    It's been my experience that the range on that receiver may not be
    sufficient (depending on the construction of the house and the location
    of the keypad).
     
  6. Bob Worthy

    Bob Worthy Guest

    Correct. We use a second keypad w/receiver with the adaptor board. The
    customer sees a better value in the second keypad rather than a receiver
    stuck in a closet somewhere at the other end of the house. It really does
    help with the wireless dependability.
     
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