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    Or Sentrol:...

    Or Sentrol:
    https://www.hills.com.au/p/fire_security/alarm_accessories/reed_switches/Sentrol-2202A-L28-Roller-Door-Shutter/S2523...
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    Having a readout of the log actually showing the...

    Having a readout of the log actually showing the arming events would be most helpful in showing who/what is causing the panel to arm. If you don't have SolutionLink software, the next best option is...
  3. Aldi 365.

    Aldi 365.
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    I've done several hundred and have had the odd...

    I've done several hundred and have had the odd one or two wired incorrectly. The PM45 4G's have crappy leads compared to 3G's and often result in lead fail errors, so as a force of habit, I now...
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    I don't think the panel will even try to use the...

    I don't think the panel will even try to use the dialler without an 8-digit number to dial. Even with Permaconn this is best practice. I know with recent firmware revisions on the 6000, the account...
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    Regardless of how they got access to your camera,...

    Regardless of how they got access to your camera, the fact that they did, and the sour relationship suggests that there's a good chance that they'll have a go at getting onto your personal computers....
  7. Thread: Wake Up Tablet

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    A mate of mine did this. He had the doorbell...

    A mate of mine did this. He had the doorbell trigger a relay that momentarily cut power to the tablet. When the power restores, the tablet wakes. He also wired a mini PIR in parallel to the...
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    FTTC still uses the old phone cables, much of...

    FTTC still uses the old phone cables, much of which is still in a poor state from when Telstra used to *cough* look after it. Typically I would suggest that any performance limitation would be...
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    Is that AVR IP address a typo? I concur. ...

    Is that AVR IP address a typo?


    I concur. Telstra routers are garbage. Their Wifi is garbage too. Do you have the option to connect the receiver via ethernet cable to the router? I find that...
  10. For the most part, it's advertising hype. ...

    For the most part, it's advertising hype. "In-wall" stuff might be double insulated with flame resistant outer jacket, might have a pest repelling agent in it. I've seen "flame retardant"...
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    Good to see that the installation manual for that...

    Good to see that the installation manual for that thing is still on the manufacturer's website!
  12. Thread: Airport xray

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    That's interesting. I've had a bunch of V10...

    That's interesting. I've had a bunch of V10 panels offline for various reasons for extended periods of time that have retained data for months or years, but I can certainly appreciate that they...
  13. Thread: Airport xray

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    V10's, as with any panel, should retain...

    V10's, as with any panel, should retain configuration indefinitely after being powered down... As for them being defaulted through the x-ray, maybe contact Interlogix and ask them? Were they all...
  14. For your reference, just about any panel with a...

    For your reference, just about any panel with a dialler can work on NBN with a 3G/4G communicator (eg. Permaconn PM45, NESS 4G dialler, AAP ESL-2 4G POD, etc). A lot of these panels also supported...
  15. Didn't Sol880's use SDI2 BUS? In which case,...

    Didn't Sol880's use SDI2 BUS? In which case, surely you could use the IUI-SOL-ADAPTER Direct Link Adaptor and save yourself all the hassle of doing this? In any case, the 880's are now obsolete. ...
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    I would have been inclined to put hardwired...

    I would have been inclined to put hardwired cameras to a PoE switch in the other premise and then have an independent point-to-point wireless link between the two buildings. Anyway, sounds like you...
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    Are the wireless cameras the same brand as the...

    Are the wireless cameras the same brand as the NVR (ie. Hikvision)? If not, do the cameras support an authentication protocol supported by the NVR (including ONVIV)?

    If you plug one of the...
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    Yeah that part is actually the 4DC enclosure,...

    Yeah that part is actually the 4DC enclosure, even though it's listed in the specs for the NAC. TS1066P is an adaptor plate for the NAC to fit into the 4DC can. Different people at Hills have told...
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    Might be a few years before I get to see a NAC in...

    Might be a few years before I get to see a NAC in the field. Most large access control sites that we do tend to have different brand systems (Inner Range, Gallagher, Honeywell, etc, etc). The only...
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    I haven't played with the Dual Wiegand Interface...

    I haven't played with the Dual Wiegand Interface or the NAC yet :sad2: The thing that most excites me about those two is actually the NAC enclosure. Best Tecom enclosure ever, but Interlogix in...
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    My point is that TITAN has a clunky layout...

    My point is that TITAN has a clunky layout compared to a lot of other alarm/access system software suites, including CTPlus. It's also a little bit prone to corruption, albeit, easy to fix. I'd...
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    Titan perfectly good?! :33:

    Titan perfectly good?! :33:
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    Repost...

    Repost...
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    If you can get it over wifi, it's probably a port...

    If you can get it over wifi, it's probably a port forwarding issue. Try adding your panel to the DMZ on your router and see if it works. If so, you'll need to set up port forwarding rules and then...
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