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  1. There is plenty of ARC's that will sell to Joe Public. Of course they will come with limitations of Keyholder only as well as the standard T&C's re false alarms etc. A monitoring connection is a monitoring connection to an ARC. Having worked in a few ARC's, makes no difference to an operator watching an alarm queue whether the signalling equipment has been fitted by me or a NSI Gold Installer. With most ARC's using automated Alarm Handling - connections become even less important. If they get the signal they get it. If they don't they don't. If the signalling is commissioned an
  2. Hi Lwillis, Got the DualCom from my Local Arc. Took James' advice and contacted CSL and got the info required and decent guide. Turns out the PSTN Number and Account Number specified in the Galaxy are just dummy details to satisfy the Galaxy - Dual Com takes care of the rest. Thank You for pointers. Regards -PK
  3. James, Thank you for coming back. To be honest thought it would have been a bit trivial for them and being a Diy'r and all that can entail, it can be sometimes a challenge when they find out. Thought I would post on here as a first step. I can make contact with them and get a bit of direction. Thanks Again. -PK
  4. Evening All, Wondering if if I could get a bit of a steer if someone had a few minutes to help. I have a G2 recently installed myself and working perfectly well, no issues. Few detectors, keypads and siren. i have got a DualCom DigiAir with a years monitoring from my local ARC and would like to have a go at commissioning it myself before calling in a friend to check it over. i have no issues with the wiring of it, but more the programming of the Galaxy, could someone give a bit of direction if they had a few mins. Dualcom guide says
  5. Nova-Security, popjon, GalaxyGuy, Thanks for the replies - all useful information. I think I might look at putting the G2 Panel in - I had thought that Honeywell were going to push Flex in a big way, so much so that G2's may have been phased out. Having installed a few G2's they are very stable, so introducing something like a Flex is not appealing especially as it appears Honeywell have potentially lost interest in it's development and the few bugs I'll get myself a G2 - I have seen the SelfMON System and really is impressive - initially I think I will go with DualCOM on Dial Capt
  6. Hi All, Just wanted to say hello as I posted for the first time this afternoon. I'm an avid reader and love to pass my tea breaks reading the forums. Background: - DIY'er - Few Systems for Friends and Family, love working at Intruder - Worked for a While as a Engineer in Northern Ireland as part of a wider job role. - Used to Work for ARC as System Support Engineer looking after IT Platforms managing Monitoring System -Currently Work as IT Network Engineer -PK
  7. Lwillis / Nova-Security, Many thanks for you're response - much appreciated. Lwillis - thanks for the info on the Reset procedure. Can I ask if anything major would stop you from running with the Flex? Heard about a few firmware bugs in the early ones, for a basic 8 Zone System with Dualcom any reason not to go ahead or anything to watch out for? Thanks Again -PK
  8. Hi All, First time posting - so hello - avid reader, but never have replied or posted. Background: DIY'er - Few Systems for Friends and Family, love working at Intruder Worked for a While as a Engineer in Northern Ireland as part of a wider job role. Used to Work for ARC as System Support Engineer looking after IT Platforms managing Monitoring System Currently Work as IT Network Engineer I am planning to Install Galaxy Flex 050 System in my house (Flex 050, MK7's, Risco IWISE, Risco Siren, DualCom Monitoring) - just waiting on getting keys. I was going to go down the G2 Route,
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