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Re: Guard Tour System??
- Subject: Re: Guard Tour System??
- From: ABLE1 <somewhere@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2019 20:59:21 -0500
- Newsgroups: alt.security.alarms
- References: <AVq4E.firstname.lastname@example.org> <IKGdnXMuYrJwoM_BnZ2dnUU7-SfNnZ2d@giganews.com> <uAr4E.email@example.com> <bLidnfKZS8ebys_BnZ2dnUU7-SPNnZ2d@giganews.com> <DkC4E.291873$JW5.firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com>
On 1/31/2019 6:19 PM, Bob La Londe wrote:
> I've never installed a guard tour setup, but the customer software for a
> Napco Gemini X255 with access control can generate a lot of reports for
> a user if they want to learn how to use it.
> If you are just logging guards, you could put in readers that don't do
> anything except log the card access.Â Pretty sure you can name the
> locations in the client software so the reports make sense.
> I installed several X255s with access control, and Net-Link modules so
> they could manage their systems across their networks.Â I never
> installed one for that type of setup, but the P9600 was also supposed to
> be Net-Link and access capable.Â I seem to recall you can pull the
> access log, burglary log, or complete log separately.Â Actually at the
> keypad too.Â Dang, its only been two years and I've forgotten almost
> everything.Â LOL.
Yea, I thought of using the on site NX8E Panel and install a few
Readers and do it as you described.
Then I looked at the Guard 1 equipment and that is does specifically
what the customer wants at real good price. So I suggest to them
today to just buy the equipment and have their IT guy set it up
on their network. Much easier and no wiring except for a USB cable.
So, how it the little shop on the prairie?? Doing well I hope.
Have a good weekend.
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