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Just made this, showing the importance of setting an alarm
 

Just made this, showing the importance of setting an alarm



Just a little something I made to show that it is important to set an alarm

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Gabs

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Irrelevant in most cases. Keypads for 4737 systems were not supposed to be installed where you can see the keypad, and EN50131 systems cannot show if they are armed or not.

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This is true peter, but look at the picture its a outdated system, Its now a yale 2016 :D not the old 2000 :rolleyes:  HA HA HA HA

 

 

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Haha, thanks for the comments ^_^ I just made it quickly haha, nice to know the system breaks two standards, 4737 and EN50131 it's a good idea to make it so you don't know if the system is set or not :D

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I see, I always wondered why alarms didn't say whether they were set o not, what about ADE alarms with the 'Day' light? That indicates if the alarm is set or not

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On ‎17‎/‎04‎/‎2016 at 8:45 PM, Gabs said:

The Day light stays on, to tell you that the system is unset, when it's off, the alarm is set

All panels/keypads afaik did this before the standards changed, it was more about not been able to see it from outside the protected area.

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