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  1. Just asking? More than just asking dude ...... You mean like special brew ? Your favourite?
    3 points
  2. I don't like this attitude, condescending to rule out everybody else's opinion as childish because it doesn't align with your opinions. Maybe your not but it comes across that way. Remember most trade contributors have decades of experience screwing boxes of electronics to walls with some effort of providing security and detection. If this is the type of answer you are looking for then it's a different topic of conversation about the industry as a whole, it's a massive bag of worms difficult to put in one post... You contradict yourself in the same post, your not in th
    3 points
  3. Sorry don't get excited, I don't recall working on one either, but just a word of caution I suppose. You have to consider it's a life safety system, its one thing fumbling though programming on intruder worst case in most instances if something was wrong would be a fail to operate and possibly damage or stolen items, not advised but it's not life. It depends on if you are just providing operational checks or if your expected to repair faults and re-commissioning, you would only need Level 2 access for the former. I know you didn't put yourself in this position when sales want to
    3 points
  4. No man You should tell customer you cant help and if he doesn't upgrade the panel from you he will end up getting someone else to do the same thing And walk away ?
    2 points
  5. Seems I was right. Something clearly doesn't add up here, good luck with whatever this thread was suppose to achieve.
    2 points
  6. Can't get it to work help?
    2 points
  7. I was doing a job in Netherton in Dudley last year where the homeowner had passed away and the family wanted the building securing. I opened an airing cupboard and there in front of me on top of a blanket was an immaculately preserved WW2 Mills grenade. I had seen enough of them during my time at Warminster to know that this one looked very real. One visit from EOD and one controlled explosion in Netherton Park later confirmed that it was indeed very real and then it was back to work. I was especially careful as to where I worked on anything in that house after that.
    2 points
  8. No thanks norm, I like it here
    2 points
  9. Hopefully, you're not powering up without a keypad. If you do that, then you cannot use the correct process to power down (menu 51.17-power off) and wait until the keypad shows 'Safe to power off'. With Flex, if you just pull the power, you have a small chance that you will corrupt the flash filesystem, leaving the panel bricked.
    2 points
  10. the self employed aerial man, appears to be leading supplier of cctv wiring cable tied to fall pipes
    2 points
  11. Professional Lol. Modern Micromark.
    2 points
  12. Now your a "furry" you can only collect pet friendlily stuff..
    2 points
  13. 1 point
  14. replace the controls & keypad- euromini or similar ? if you not an alarm man it s probably easier to get it done than spend the day trying to work it out...
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  15. No the keypad has to match the panel
    1 point
  16. Yeah that looks like it will definately work with a Honeywell panel
    1 point
  17. What's your budget?
    1 point
  18. Ill let Santa be the judge of that
    1 point
  19. Blue light meaning PIR? So finger near it would be normal Maybe cover isn't on correctly or you snapped the back tamper plate? Door sensor may not have triggered alarm if battery was completely flat perhaps
    1 point
  20. Ajax better as cleaning powder You related to schrim?
    1 point
  21. Here's a link to the driver you need: https://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm The best option is to select the "Setup Executable" version from the comments column.
    1 point
  22. oh Im sure they are answering their supported clients. But assuming no-ones been fiddling with it you should be able to reset it with your master code.
    1 point
  23. Yale where asking too much ?
    1 point
  24. They've just replied to mine using a GMX account and stupid name.
    1 point
  25. old bastard.... nah, it pretty much the same shit / principles as its always been... + a few resistors & a wanky app's ?
    1 point
  26. Tamper Return - T Bell Trigger - B 12v+ - D 0v- - A Strobe - STB -
    1 point
  27. Dude your statements are getting worse Graded by who? You actually read all the chinglish online or just making this up as you go along ? Just admit your fitting ring , and have now tried Ajax as a trader if you want to call it that Come on dude ? Geezer? Admit it
    1 point
  28. Ajax is better as washing powder Just another company joining hundreds of others on the market , the system has to many flaws But for diy and people like you , would try it , cos it's cheap or some other reason like you don't have clue? Reality not even worth mention if you have any idea about security Yes it's a door bell .
    1 point
  29. I am not saying to omit the PIR's completely just that I wouldn't consider pet ones.
    1 point
  30. act ? Me? I told you who to mend your alarm for nowt Battery, fuse or PCB impressive.... however there'll be much cheaper & much less powerful than a big wagon they appear to do electric ones if you lack diesel skills
    1 point
  31. Agreed but it looks like initial exploit is from a bad website or ad within a legit site. That then runs the code (based on browser and as the developer is on apple safari was tested hard) I see how the scan of local IP works based on the seeing what responds time wise. I assume this attack is primerly looking for ways into the host machine, do you think it could be used to attack anything on the local subnet?
    1 point
  32. Agreed, thing is, I can see the neighbours sister left him a good review 3 years ago so obviously recommend him. It's not like they're short of cash she drives a 69 plate full fat RR (she's a director of her father's company, but her day job is a A&E nurse) and was advertising some second hand shoes on FB @ £750 and he drives an 18 plate RS3, really nice young couple but obviously clueless to a degree.
    1 point
  33. But you can get this on some recorders let's s at basic him which will backup short snaps to one drive Why why are you all Muppets going on about ring ring ring Basically it's cheap DIY , which some are putting in as if they are some kind of trader of CCTV for devices which are DIY Be serious , ring is a door bell with a camera and flood light with a camera they make money from Muppets who want cheap which is fine because that's why it's a DIY product
    1 point
  34. Just cut the phone line out of site As more of this goes in cabs will start being attacked
    1 point
  35. There's nothing special your showing here with repeaters and coax lol
    1 point
  36. No good for the enforcer as it doesn't have scb mode , get a better bell for extra tenner Apart from that look at zone and bell on manual and your done
    1 point
  37. The same reason all other vintage tat is a thing. Someone thought it was worth saving from the scrap heap. Google knows you like looking at electronic tat from the 50-60s, so the ads are right up your street.
    1 point
  38. Came across this very old Bentley panel last week that hadn't been serviced since 87 apparently and still in good working order. Anyone had anything older that's still going strong or maybe something you installed many moons ago?
    1 point
  39. FFS its only been a week the stool sample you sent isnt back from the lab yet
    1 point
  40. https://www.optex-europe.com/news/installer-of-the-future
    1 point
  41. It always speeds things up if you send some good quality dick pics to Peter James.
    1 point
  42. If a Dimension, fit the trigger header for the digi.
    1 point
  43. Not really Common for fan to make the noise If hard disk doesnt spin up common for hd failure rather than PSU All vague unless you test it all of course , you don't need logs and menus to test that stuff
    1 point
  44. okay a higher chance then
    1 point
  45. 1 point
  46. possible and thanks for taking the time to share your advice. steve
    1 point
  47. I just read back through this thread looking for something you said that was useful or helpful......Suffice to say I didn’t find anything
    1 point
  48. Meh - it’s called progress. Been a few years since I used a direct line for comms , but thanks for the helpful reply
    1 point
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