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Can these be changed, or do you to replace the entire alarm box?
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Can these be changed, or do you to replace the entire alarm box?
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
what system have you got?
(i work for an alarm company)
do you mean the bellbox outside or the control panel indoors?
banned#2
its a response SA-P1, i think the batteries in sensors have gone which i will replace tomorrow but nowhere does it say how it indicates the internal ones in the alarm control panel or the siren ones need replacing, it says they last 3-4 years and system been in about 5-6 so need to sort it before they do go and i dont know what to do - lol
#3
sassie
its a response SA-P1, i think the batteries in sensors have gone which i will replace tomorrow but nowhere does it say how it indicates the internal ones in the alarm control panel or the siren ones need replacing, it says they last 3-4 years and system been in about 5-6 so need to sort it before they do go and i dont know what to do - lol


In most systems, the sensors dont have batteries, they are powered from the main control panel with a mains power supply and normally a 12volt battery back up incase of power cuts etc. The external bell is powered from the panel too and contains a 9v battery for back up. Sometimes the sounder in the bellbox needs to be replaced.
Batteries in the panel should last around 5 years.
Do you have a mains supply to the panel?

You shouldnt need to replace the whole system sass
banned#4
skusey
In most systems, the sensors dont have batteries, they are powered from the main control panel with a mains power supply and normally a 12volt battery back up incase of power cuts etc. The external bell is powered from the panel too and contains a 9v battery for back up. Sometimes the sounder in the bellbox needs to be replaced.
Batteries in the panel should last around 5 years.
Do you have a mains supply to the panel?


mine is wireless so do have batteries in all sensors and will replace tomorrow as my control panle has shown me low battery, i know how to do this so dont panic - lol

yes there is a manins supply to the control panel but if the batteries are knackered and we lose power than all hells gonna break lose, like said system has been in 5-6 years and batteries last 3-4 so they are going to need replacing, are they going to cost me the earth, there is two in control panel and one in siren box
#5
sassie
mine is wireless so do have batteries in all sensors and will replace tomorrow as my control panle has shown me low battery, i know how to do this so dont panic - lol

yes there is a manins supply to the control panel but if the batteries are knackered and we lose power than all hells gonna break lose, like said system has been in 5-6 years and batteries last 3-4 so they are going to need replacing, are they going to cost me the earth, there is two in control panel and one in siren box


what size batteries in the panel?
#6
Is the bell box the model with the solar panel on top? If it is then as long as it's getting a clear view of south (for sun purposes), it should recharge that way.

For full details, I've found a site with PDFs of the instruction manuals, which will be of use for you here: http://www.responseelectronics.com/store/Download-Manuals-p-1.html

Hope you find what you need. :)
banned#7
6V/1.2Ahr Sealed led acid battery
banned#8
stefor
Is the bell box the model with the solar panel on top? If it is then as long as it's getting a clear view of south (for sun purposes), it should recharge that way.

For full details, I've found a site with PDFs of the instruction manuals, which will be of use for you here: http://www.responseelectronics.com/store/Download-Manuals-p-1.html

Hope you find what you need. :)


yes it is, ut at some stage they will need replacing as maual says they last between 3-4 yrs

I have the manual, like i said it just didnt say anything about how to know if they need replacing, or even if they could be
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sassie
6V/1.2Ahr Sealed led acid battery


sorry sassie, cant help you as we dont do those, I thought I may have been able to post you one.
Good luck anyway, and have a nice hol.
#10
If the control panel is wired to the mains and has an internal 1.2Ah battery then you'll be fine. This type of battery will last alot longer than 5-6 years if it's only every been trickle charged, which yours will have. They will only go faulty if the mains have been disconnected and the system has been activated and completely discharged the battery.
banned#11
skusey
sorry sassie, cant help you as we dont do those, I thought I may have been able to post you one.
Good luck anyway, and have a nice hol.


would you happen to know how much they will be roughly, and if im better to see if i can buy from response?


Didnt know i was off on me hols, where am i going, and will i have a nice time, and i must stop putting a comma before and :oops:
banned#13
stefor


yes i am, thank you, its just weird how the system wont tell you if these need replacing, yet it tells you the other ones in the PIR or strip sensors do
#14
I've known control panels over 20 years old with batteries still in full working order. Usually the panel will go faulty before the battery backup. Like I said before, if the battery's never been abused, a 5-6 year life span is a joke for you to panic and ask them to sell you another.
banned#15
stefor
I've known control panels over 20 years old with batteries still in full working order. Usually the panel will go faulty before the battery backup. Like I said before, if the battery's never been abused, a 5-6 year life span is a joke for you to panic and ask them to sell you another.


ok, i remember replacing the other batteries about 2 years ago, the ones in the sensors, and the light came on tonight so got manual out to see which had gone as thought oh poops the main ones had, and thats how i realised it doesnt actually tell you naff all about them, just the ones in the sensors, and read 3-4 years so started panicking, my alarm system really means alot to me, i never worry once we are locked up for the night and would hate to be without it, thanks to you and skusey for your help xxx

If i dont need to replace i wont, the ones in the sensors cost me about £15 last time, but well worth it for 2 years peace, just always comes when you could do without it
banned#16
also the charger for the unit is very discoloured, do you know if i could replace this
#17
If it's just cosmetic, I wouldn't bother, but if you definitely need to replace then you can contact Response at either:

email: info@responseelectronics.com
Telephone: 0845 373 1353 or 01252 451 632

They are open from Monday to Friday 09:00 to 17:30

But I wouldn't bother though!!
#18
I would have put money on Skusey to be the guy to sort it all out.
Well another holiday ; have a good vacation but make sure that you can get back this time.:roll: xxxx
banned#19
right thats two of you now, where am i going on holiday? who with? and more importantly, so i can get packed, when?
#20
sassie
right thats two of you now, where am i going on holiday? who with? and more importantly, so i can get packed, when?

Oh sorry my lovely, I got sucked in, I think, plus I am seriously drunk. Holiday or not , it is very important that your security sysem works. I am very disappointed in Skusey.
banned#21
chesso
Oh sorry my lovely, I got sucked in, I think, plus I am seriously drunk. Holiday or not , it is very important that your security sysem works. I am very disappointed in Skusey.


no not going on holiday, m system works hun, just wasnt sure on the internal batteries, but all is ok, couldnt be without it :oops:


Nice to see you about, dont see you to often these days x
#22
sassie
no not going on holiday, m system works hun, just wasnt sure on the internal batteries, but all is ok, couldnt be without it :oops:


Nice to see you about, dont see you to often these days x


Well it's always lovely to see you ( ignoring my drunkeness!!). Been to Australia and posted pics on the photos thread, if you are interested - although you might find it tricky to track me down due to so many posts in there.
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banned#23
off for a nosey x
#24
sassie
off for a nosey x

If any smilies were working they might be happy and a bit laid back!! ( Ozzified :roll:)
banned#25
wow theres some really amazing pics on there, not been on and looked for ages, the thread has really come on, as well as all the photographers xx

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