Firstly, The other poster is not myself but the person I helped and secondly you have misunderstood how the way the system has been made to work with two sirens.
...Err, well I don't know if it’s just me but I think Europlex kind of hit the nail on the head with his comment. Unless of course, you were making reference to my "vicious comments" remark at the end - In which case (if that is the case) there clearly is no value in talking to you.And the point of this thread is what exactly???"
What would you like me to say to this, would you like me to take you, step by step through everything that I've done so you can analyze what I say and then (surprise surprise) pull what I say apart while probably claiming something along the lines of "It hardly being a scientific test - blah blah blah" - Well, forgive me if I don't walk down that particular avenue... I said that I followed his advice, I said that I had done every test that I could - And I said everything was working fine. If you want to come to my property and perform packet transmission tests on the system, be my guest... Why can you just not accept that something may actually just work - Without the (as I've said before!) Profit driven business telling you about it..?"So what tests have you done? Do you have equipment to monitor the packet transmissions from both sirens?
Without doing proper tests and knowing the capabilities of the equipment you best follow what Yale say.
Who knows what adverse effects having a second siren could cause."
Well, with investments like that, Warren Buffett [its clear] you’re not. But fear not, as I note that djrock is on hand to offer signs of support to what can only be described as a pathetic retort… Oh, RF Lighting: one last thing – I think you meant “£1 says that fast alarms and lord black IS the same person” (there are books that can help you out with that sort of thing, just pop G C S E [and] English into your favourite search engine)"£1 says that fast alarms and lord black are the same person"
I know this is going to sound rude, but there really is no other way to say it... What part of "And after every test possible, everything works fine" do you find hard to understand?
What concerns me and others is when, based only on some experience of sucessfully installing equipment, a person gives advice that is directly contradictory to the instructions that the manufacturers have produced for the equipment they designed and of which they have in depth knowledge and experience.
Not really, it was one of the more subtle attempts.
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