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Re: Guard Tour System??
- Subject: Re: Guard Tour System??
- From: ABLE1 <somewhere@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2019 08:01:22 -0500
- Newsgroups: alt.security.alarms
- References: <AVq4E.email@example.com> <IKGdnXMuYrJwoM_BnZ2dnUU7-SfNnZ2d@giganews.com> <uAr4E.firstname.lastname@example.org> <bLidnfKZS8ebys_BnZ2dnUU7-SPNnZ2d@giganews.com>
On 1/30/2019 9:01 PM, RTS wrote:
> On 1/30/2019 6:47 PM, ABLE1 wrote:
>> On 1/30/2019 7:14 PM, RTS wrote:
>>> On 1/30/2019 6:01 PM, ABLE1 wrote:
>>>> Hey yous guys!!!
>>>> Anybody in here have any good knowledge or familiarity with
>>>> a Guard Tour System??
>>>> I have a customer that is looking at installing a small system
>>>> with only three(3) stations. Would need to be connected to a
>>>> computer network for retrieval of data, etc.
>>>> Utilize some RFID key-fobs with readers, etc.
>>>> Just looking for a Mfg and model.
>>>> Anybody have any thoughts or suggestions??
>>>> Imagine that!!Â A fresh topic for ASA.
>>>> WHO will respond first??
>>> for a cut-rate system
>>> you could use a basic alarm panel with radio remotes triggered by
>>> security "Key"Â (medico etc...)
>>> Then pull the panel memory remotely or with a printer..
>>> if money is no object,Â go with a designed for system..
>> Hi RTS,
>> Yes, I had thought of that but, they would like to have
>> the ability to easily access and generate reports.
>> That can be challenging with an alarm panel and
>> the history report has more info than needed.
>> I know it would be a trade-off of price and doing
>> it with designed equipment.
>> So, I assume you personally have not worked with one??
>> I did the google thing, however having some direct
>> knowledge would be desired.Â Thanks for your input.
>> At least you are the winner of being the first responder.
> I've heard report of some of the designed system having security issues
> and also programing lock up's..
> some systems you've seen..
> Back in the days when I ran GuardsÂ Â We used the old standard "Time
> Clock"Â either paper tape or the paper disk..
> where a key would be placed at different stops along the route.
> Fun times..Â Â LOL
Thanks for the additional input. Yes, I was looking at the
Guard 1 system as what might work for this application.
The challenge is with this kind of stuff you won't actually know
how and if it is going to work for YOU unless you have it in
house and working with it for a while. Then and only then
will you know if it is the right system.
The nice part about the Guard 1 system they give you a 30 day
return policy. Which is nice but then you might have 29 days
of time invested and if you send it back you need to start all
over again. Needless to say you have to do your homework in
advance. Which is what I am doing.
Thanks again for the extra input.
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