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DSC Neo Pro - Should We Try Wireless?

I use Honeywell vista 21ip or 128bpt mostly with hardwired zones. I was reading the article about new Neo Pro, the first fully wireless, super reliable and blah-blah-blah. Does anyone use wireless alarm sensors in a commercial environment? I had some experience with PowerG, those sensors are definitely long-range compared to Honeywell. Encryption is a big benefit as well. But is it a time to go wireless yet? How reliable are those neo pro systems in general and with wireless door contacts, motion detectors in particular?

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