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#784 - 03/11/01 08:31 PM DIFF FIRE ALARM SYSTMS  
AFFELEC  Offline
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DEKALB, IL, DEKALB
HEY WHAT IS EVERYONE DOING IF YOUR CALLED ON TO WORK WITH SYSTEMS SUCH AS SIMPLEX,EDWARDS,&SOFORTH OUR COMPANY HAS BEEN ISTALLING SYSTMS BY SILENTKNIGHT THEY SEEM TO BE MORE ELECTICIAN FRIENDLY-P .S. DONT LET ALL THOSE LOW VOLTAGE / THEMOSTAT THROWIN SOCALLED EXPERTS STEEL OUR WORK.WE ALSO DO MONITORING THATS WHERE THE OTHER SYSYEMS COME IN ?


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#785 - 03/12/01 07:45 AM Re: DIFF FIRE ALARM SYSTMS  
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silentknight? yes i've seen them [Linked Image]
so why are you pluggin' them???

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#786 - 03/12/01 07:11 PM Re: DIFF FIRE ALARM SYSTMS  
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they have been great to work with(tech support)and they deal with anyone that takes there training classes not only exclusive to dealers who are strickly low voltage contractors as they do (edwards/simplex)in this area



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