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It was then decided that we would not be using that system ever, since we h=
ad already started using IPDatatel communicators already. The old DSC 1616,=
1832, 1864, are all still readily available; and the keybus is also open.
Of course, you can use any communicator that uses tip/ring and key-switch z=
one, but I am sure that you already know that. There is a really small " MN=
01-4G " radio available that does not even depend on any access to changing=
the telco number or account number in the panel, as the radio is programme=
d to connect to the central station number even though the panel is dialing=
another. And as well, the account number that may be in the panel, is also=
irrelevant as the radio is assigned an account number by the central. Addi=
tionally, there is an app for the system called RControl that will make any=
system controllable by your customer's cellphone.
I started out learning on DSC and have always liked them. I suppose that on=
ce you understand and learn on one type of panel and go to another, the oth=
ers may seem quirky. Even though I have experience with Honeywell, Napco, N=
etworx, Moose, Concord, DSC, and others, I still prefer DSC.
The DSC PTK5507 Touch Screen for the PC 1616, 1832, & 1864, has the same ap=
pearance as the DSC HS2TCHP NEO Touch Screen Keypad. So if you wanted an op=
en keybus, you could switch out the equipment without even your customer kn=
owing about it, and just your wallet would know.
Hope you have/had a good vacation!=20
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