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Re: Guard Tour System??

On Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 6:19:14 PM UTC-5, Bob La Londe wrote:

> >=20
> > Thanks for the additional input.=C2=A0 Yes, I was looking at the
> > Guard 1 system as what might work for this application.
> >=20
> > 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.=C2=A0 Then and only then
> > will you know if it is the right system.
> >=20
> > The nice part about the Guard 1 system they give you a 30 day
> > return policy.=C2=A0 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.=C2=A0 Needless to say you have to do your homework in
> > advance.=C2=A0 Which is what I am doing.
> >=20
> > Thanks again for the extra input.
> >=20
> > Les
> 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=20
> anything except log the card access.  Pretty sure you can name the=20
> locations in the client software so the reports make sense.
> I installed several X255s with access control, and Net-Link modules so=20
> they could manage their systems across their networks.  I never=20
> installed one for that type of setup, but the P9600 was also supposed to=
> be Net-Link and access capable.  I seem to recall you can pull the=20
> access log, burglary log, or complete log separately.  Actually at the=20
> keypad too.  Dang, its only been two years and I've forgotten almost=20
> everything.  LOL.

Yeah =E2=80=A6=E2=80=A6. Well get ready.=20

The older you get the shorter that time is going to get.

It's all for the best though. When it reaches the point that you're dribbli=
ng and wearing Depends, you don't want to remember past the last bowel move=
ment anyway.

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