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    Mark Controls Corp (MCC) became MCC Powers which became Landis and Gyr Powers then became Landis and Gyr who were finally bought by Siemens.

    Alerton was bought by Novar and they were bought by Honeywell.

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    JCI TEC line is made by Viconics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddcfreek View Post
    Just the LN series, FX controllers are made in Italy. I wouldnt mind knowing who makes them...
    FX controllers are made in Mexico now, and JCI themselves makes them.

    Nikko

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    From what I understand FX controllers were originally made in Italy near Milan by JCI. An ex-Carel employee left Carel to start that out for JCI.

    I guess now, they are made in Mexico as Nikko says.

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    There is three or four Big Ones, and the rest fighting for crumbs, and the dust has not settled yet...watch for more to come, also the Chinamen will come out with one you can buy at walmart (with front end! Included)

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    Sad part is that the WALLY WORLD China Automation System would probably be better than most out on the market today at least you would not have far to go for parts, and the kid in Electronics / Home Entertainment Dept might know as much as some product reps I have dealt with over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amigo View Post
    From what I understand FX controllers were originally made in Italy near Milan by JCI. An ex-Carel employee left Carel to start that out for JCI.

    I guess now, they are made in Mexico as Nikko says.

    I thought I saw alot of similarities....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Control Man View Post
    Sad part is that the WALLY WORLD China Automation System would probably be better than most out on the market today at least you would not have far to go for parts, and the kid in Electronics / Home Entertainment Dept might know as much as some product reps I have dealt with over the years.

    That's rough! If I was a product rep I would think I would be crying after reading that comment.
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    Anything touched by JCI turns to pure ****.

    Somebody should go to jail for the way they hose the customer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy S. View Post

    Somebody should go to jail for the way they hose the customer.
    Somebody did....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackinaw View Post
    Somebody did....
    OUCH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    OUCH!
    NOLA....

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    ya, he was guilty. But that was like convicting the the guy that found a roll of nickles that the the bank robber dropped on the way out of the bank.

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