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Thread: Security Alarm system to install myself and integrate with home automation (HomeSeer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexbk666 View Post
    What do you mean?
    With your wonderful excellant knowledge even this is easy to find
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    Quote Originally Posted by xr5adam View Post
    With your wonderful excellant knowledge even this is easy to find
    Hmm, no single useful reply. Why wasting time?
    I always achieve what I want, so I will get it - one way or another - with you help or without. Thanks anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexbk666 View Post
    Hmm, no single useful reply. Why wasting time?
    I always achieve what I want, so I will get it - one way or another - with you help or without. Thanks anyway.
    Thats the attitude Dude.

    Self centered, ego centric, arrogant. My kind of guy!!!

    Nice thread
    Without Geometry life is really POINTLESS

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexbk666 View Post
    I always achieve what I want, so I will get it - one way or another - with you help or without.
    Bless your heart. I bet that line works on the ladies as well....

    This thread really grinds my gears. Yes, I know that labour can cost more than parts. Guess why? Check a map and see what country this is. But don't let me stop you coming here, looking for free advice from people who normally charge for it, and generally making an ass of yourself. I guess every smarthome needs a bit of dumb.

    At least I don't need to offer my usual warning about DIY systems' potential impact on a family's security. Clearly in this case it's OP alone (except perhaps a few cats).

    I do however feel sorry for the tech support bloke on the other end of the phone and would hate to think someone else who knew what they were doing was stuck in a call queue because of this DIY trainwreck.

    And it's not even Wednesday.
    Last edited by downunderdan; 13-05-19 at 10:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnboost View Post
    Thank you @vnboost, that's a first helpful reply.
    I also contacted Australian company Ness, they have Ness-M1XEP Ethernet module for automation integration, will have a meeting with tech guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexbk666 View Post
    Thank you @vnboost, that's a first helpful reply.
    It actually isn't but perhaps you were too obtuse to notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poody View Post
    Self centered, ego centric, arrogant
    Why? I actually found most members why replied to my post to be arrogant.

    Anyway, Jay Vara (Bosch Product Management Intrusion Systems) will discuss in the US next week the communication API development possibility for G series and Solution 2000/3000, and provide me with the required hardware for development and testing.

    And Ness in Melbourne tomorrow will provide whole day training for their M1 Gold integration, with free M1 Gold kit.

    That's the way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexbk666 View Post
    I wouldn't agree that "blokes here who work in the industry" are more capable than myself, I've seen quite a few idiots ..........................................
    So home security is nothing comparing to my experience. And I'm not interested in explanations why you can't give me the information. I'm interested in the information.
    ]I wouldn't agree that "blokes here who work in the industry" are more capable than myself, Obviously you know the blokes here who work in the industry. (wry grin)
    So home security is nothing comparing to my experience If you know all about it, then you do not need help! (wry grin - again)
    I'm not interested It would appear that you are more interested than offending people than you are in the correct information, which, BTW, you were given. Sadly, it's cowboys like you that have made it hard for genuine tradies to do their job without lots and lots of "useless" bits of paper.

    FWIW you catch way more flies with honey than you do with vinegar..................
    I'm out of my mind, but feel free to leave a message...

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    I've been using a Ness M1G, with M1XEP IP module, works great with homeseer and the ultram1g3 plugin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BassTeQ View Post
    I've been using a Ness M1G, with M1XEP IP module, works great with homeseer and the ultram1g3 plugin.
    Thank you. I didn't know that Ness and Elk M1 panel is the same. So Ness AU is just a distributor? I thought the make them?
    I contacted Ness about info - they offered 8 hrs training for $830
    Are you in AU?

    I'm working with Bosch on their Solution 2000/3000 currently.

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    The Ness M1G is a re-badged ELK panel from the US, so its fully compatible with that homeseer plugin.
    Ness do manufacture alarms, however the M1 is actually an ELK.
    The M1 is a fantastic panel, so many options!

    Yes I'm in AU.

    Here's my HS system.


    Cheers

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    Thumbs up Looks good

    Was it expensive?

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    I don't think so, it most more then a standard panel, but its far more capable and customisable, also the existing integration with homeseer was a huge plus

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