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Topic # 111060 23-Oct-2012 10:11
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Hi guys,
I am thinking about purchasing an alarm for my house,
Will probably be purchasing a second hand one off trademe or something like that.

Can anyone recommend me some good alarm systems for a 5 bedroom house?
What is better wired or wireless?
Preferably an alarm with multi zoning would suit my needs?

Also i see some alarms on trademe come with seperate control panels compared to others i have seen some with the control panel built into the keypad which would be the better option seperate control panel and seperate keypad or all built in to one?

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  Reply # 704973 23-Oct-2012 10:55
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Micron make good low cost systems. Every major electrical wholesaler sells their systems.

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