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Wireless Alarm Systems - For the house

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by dickys3, Nov 19, 2006.

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    dickys3 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    [Nov 19, 2006]
    Anyone had any experience with these? I want to get an alarm for the house but don't fancy wires running everyhere.

    B&Q are selling a "Response Alarms" Wireless system. Are they any good?

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    Rich.
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    keeping up with the batteries has always put me off them. Also try somewhere like city electrical for a alarm they are a lot cheaper then b&q.
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    Don't buy a wireless alarm, if you value your home and its contents, spend a little extra and buy a proper wired alarm system with modular panel/keypad.

    Try Alert electrical, I have found them to be excellent.

    I have a Scantronic 9751 with a 9930 keypad, a texecom bellbox and honeywell PIRS, never have a false alarm.

    My alarm was pretty expensive as its really a commercial property one but there are loads on the alert electrical site to choose from.
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