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Back when I installed cellphones for a living, alarm installers were the bottom of the barrel for electronics installers. Slap and dash was their style. Normally, it was horrible work.First is a viper alarm with 2 way communication (can alert the fob of alarm from a quarter mile away). This was professionally installed.
I was an installer/upfitter, building cop cars, fire trucks, ambulances, etc. and yes, even did a stint installing car alarms and stereos.Back when I installed cellphones for a living, alarm installers were the bottom of the barrel for electronics installers. Slap and dash was their style. Normally, it was horrible work.
I doubt it's much better today, but there are always good shops here and there.
Hah. /offtopicWe had an ambulance brand out on the west coast by the name of Stoner. Their ambulances were built that way. Every wire was dressed and lashed down. They were a joy to work on.
Others? I once dropped the overhead access panel in an ambulance, looking for a path to route the coax. A rat's nest of wiring fell out of it, about the size of a volleyball. They had literally just run the wires, connected everything, then wadded up the excess and stuffed it in there. ZERO attempt to make it neat.
Hmmm. Which one would you rather troubleshoot?