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Topic # 114843 5-Mar-2013 00:27
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Hi,

Anyone here have any experience with the Visonic alarm and how to configure the GSM Dialer to call out using the SIM installed?

Thanks

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  Reply # 774703 5-Mar-2013 05:45
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Hi

Looks interesting, have you tried the website?
http://www.visonic.com/products

I see theres a support/download page also. If no joy there you could try to email them and ask for a copy of the installer manual?

I also see on the front page a "who are you" option (Home, Pro, etc)

Good Luck



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  Reply # 774704 5-Mar-2013 05:58
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Gooseybhai: Hi

Looks interesting, have you tried the website?
http://www.visonic.com/products

I see theres a support/download page also. If no joy there you could try to email them and ask for a copy of the installer manual?

I also see on the front page a "who are you" option (Home, Pro, etc)

Good Luck


Thanks, have got the guide..but its not very clear.. 

I tried calling, but they are not very helpful specially when they find out you are not a approved installer 

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  Reply # 774723 5-Mar-2013 07:13
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Google got a few hits for me when searching for Visonic installer guide. Don't know which model you have, but the one PDF I've opened shows drilling holes for mounting and wiring etc. and was quite long so must include what you need.




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