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Just now, EDinMK said:

 

I mean i COULD fit Lithiums ....but arent they CRAZY Money for 4 D Cells ?

I have no experience but just HOW longer lasting are they ?

 

you could do a rough calc based on capacity, i dont know what the published cs expected life of the yale is. But dont forget batteries age too. As above can you fit a decoy in this location and the bell in a more accessable for servicing position

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i mean these cells are listed as 1.5V drawing 16500 Mah
so looking online it SEEMS a nice high number

 

not sure how old they are ...but when you take the cover off... it blows the wax out of your ears....so they are not flat!.
i nearly fell over the dog 

 


 

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3 hours ago, EDinMK said:

Not sure how many alarms Yale sell but I am guessing its thousands a year probably several thousand. So if they were 

all ****, they would stop production through loss ...So I am presuming they are at least OK ..anything can have a fault

 

I suspect Yale will sell thousands of their shit alarms a week,

 

A proper house alarm can be had for roughly the monthly payment of Range Rover... oddly expensive cars parked outside houses with shit alarms is far from uncommon

 

My personal fav was rs4 & powermax comprising of 2 door contacts

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Ding! on a forum I frequent someone has just posted a photo of 2 x 69 plate cars (x5 and an full fat AMG Merc) with a pic of his cluster sat nav display showing his home location, a quick google shows no bellbox (back in 2016)

 

tbf the smash/melt and grab and keyless scroates don't care but at least make it a bit difficult for them.

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Did I mention the 2 stolen transit vans? (20k+ in total?)

 

Motor trader had them stolen by use of the odb port

 

Which arrived 1st-

 

a.) the police

 

or

 

b.) 2 fines for using the toll bridge & not paying

 

 

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OK OK 

You lot scared me ...I am going to get this Yale and Bits on Ebay and see if i can AFFORD a better system for them 

and get my money back (well some of it)

 

 i don t want to be over theirs every weekend arsing with some error or other 

 

Now i go back on the Google search for an alarm with a dialler, shock contacts, wired bellbox and a few door contacts and a panic button

for as close to £250 as i can 

 

i know i know

 

 

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You won't.

 

Texecom or i-On 30R, both support cloud, remote admin, fobs, and a wired bell. (didn't realise the Elite 12 was history.... assuming the 64 is the same price or have they gone 'premium'?)

Despite me using I-On if it was a 100% wireless system from new, the 2 way wireless on Texe nails it tbh.

Pyronix, not sure (without buying a 'big' system and then not using half the features) re. the wired bell.

So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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11 minutes ago, Logan said:

Use a pyronix enforcer if you want to use wireless detectors. (Bellbox can be wired)

 

Or a pyronix euro mini (wired detectors and bellbox)

im not a fan of the enforcer (panel on entry route etc)

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11 minutes ago, sixwheeledbeast said:

Made no sense to have so many products that do the same thing. 64W made sense IMO.

 

Agreed but just wondering if it comes with a big price differential or have they met somewhere in the middle?

So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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