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External bellboxes are not allowed in Dutch housing-areas (because of to many false alarms), but if you put a sounder on your wall, nobody does anything against it (so today I put a Elmdene Vertec on the wall). A internal sounder (mostly Aritech AS270/AS271 or a Gardiner Betty) and outside a strobe (or behind the mirror) are the only sounders. Most alarmpanels in Holland are monitored, homesecurity systems are often "connected" to a mobile phone (if monitoring is too much expensive).

Have you ever seen burglar alarms in Germany? Very strange, they don't use many PIR's there (only 1 pir in a large commercial building is "normal" there), but very many door contacts and old-fashioned glassbreakdetectors (yes, the old ones which you have to put on the window). External sounders in Germany are allowed, but you may not put a battery in it, mostly they use ugly metal sounders (FBI-horn in metal housing) with ultra large strobes on it, we had these sounders in the 80's, but the German installers still use them.

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Hmm, things seem to be in grassshire (The NL) almost like here in coldshire. Didn't have time to examinate German sicherheit systemes when i visited Essen last year. Noticed ugly bellboxes thou :lol:

p.s. (at least me and bellman like holland very much..)

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p.s. (at least me and bellman like holland very much..)

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Like isn't the word, Love would be more appropriate, Great people and good times.

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Bellman

Service Engineer and all round nice bloke :-)

The views above are mine and NOT those of my employer.

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Like isn't the word, Love would be more appropriate, Great people and good times.

Regards

Bellman

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All this reminds me of the love-boat that used to be on years ago where everyone was friends at the end of it, real life isnt like that lol B)

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All this reminds me of the love-boat that used to be on years ago where everyone was friends at the end of it, real life isnt like that lol  B)

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it ain't love-boat that makes us so happy in the NL but the area that starts behind the restaurant that is in the end of Kloveniersburgval in Amsterdam.. That's real life.. :D

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it ain't love-boat that makes us so happy in the NL but the area that starts behind the restaurant that is in the end

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Surely not the sauna? :ninja:

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it ain't love-boat that makes us so happy in the NL but the area that starts behind the restaurant that is in the end of Kloveniersburgval in Amsterdam.. That's real life.. :D

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PMSL,

u wanna borrow 40 euros Georg :roflmao:

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Bellman

Service Engineer and all round nice bloke :-)

The views above are mine and NOT those of my employer.

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PMSL,

u wanna borrow 40 euros Georg  :roflmao:

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Bellman

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i think 400 wouldn't be enough for one evening.. :roflmao:

(plus "coffee")

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i think 400 wouldn't be enough for one evening..  :roflmao:

(plus "coffee")

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only 400 !!! early night then Georg :roflmao:

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Bellman

Service Engineer and all round nice bloke :-)

The views above are mine and NOT those of my employer.

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This system claims to be wireless. I thought wireles systems were not compatible with each other, but I can not find in the lyntek web site the other parts of the system. They come with a panel and a keyboard which I am sending this time.

Is there a standard on RF sensors?

Or is it possible that they are selling customised PIRs?

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p.s. (at least me and bellman like holland very much..)

Did you go there hand in hand for a dirty weekend?

Did you sleep together or wasn't there a lot of sleeping going on?

:roflmao:

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Did you go there hand in hand for a dirty weekend?

Did you sleep together or wasn't there a lot of sleeping going on?

:roflmao:

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Thats not the side of holland I dare say he was speaking about! :whistle:

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Have you ever seen burglar alarms in Germany? Very strange, they don't use many PIR's there (only 1 pir in a large commercial building is "normal" there), but very many door contacts and old-fashioned glassbreakdetectors (yes, the old ones which you have to put on the window). External sounders in Germany are allowed, but you may not put a battery in it, mostly they use ugly metal sounders (FBI-horn in metal housing) with ultra large strobes on it, we had these sounders in the 80's, but the German installers still use them.

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the worst thing was we have to connect the external sounders with the IY(St)Y-cable using a soldering iron for some reason. Took me sometimes ages especially in the winter time. And they are very heavy. I hatet them.

cheers,

Alex

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I use a 120 watt gas iron sometimes outdoors if a wire has come off a tamper switch etc, damn thing still doesnt get hot enough in the cold weather.

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