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YALE HSA Essentials Alarm Kit - £76.49 at Currys/ebay (with code)
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YALE HSA Essentials Alarm Kit - £76.49 at Currys/ebay (with code)

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Posted 21st Mar

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Nice saving on a decent kit here.

Key Features

Improve your home security with the Yale HSA Essentials Alarm Kit. It comes with 2 motion detectors and a door/window contact that will trigger the alarm whenever movement is detected.

Battery-powered and wire-free, the alarm is easy install and straightforward to use too. Just input your PIN code on the keypad and you'll have 20 seconds to enter or leave your home before the alarm sounds.

The Yale Essentials Alarm Kit is an all-in-one system, so there are no monitoring fees and it comes with a 2-year guarantee for peace of mind. What's more, you can add up to 20 Yale accessories (sold separately) to increase the overall protection of your home.

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Specification
  • Type: Smart home monitoring
  • Features: Motion detection
  • Features: Battery powered
  • Colour: Yellow
  • Colour: White
  • Type: Alarm kit
  • Power: Battery
  • Colour: White & yellow
  • Manufacturer's guarantee: 2 years
  • Dimensions: Boxed: 125 x 265 x 265 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: Boxed: 2.24 kg
  • Box contents: - Siren - Keypad - PIR x 2 - Door/window contact
  • 3.: - No monitoring fee - Add up to 20 HSA accessories to customise your system
  • 2.: - 20 sec entry/exit time - Alarm range: 30 m
  • 1.: - 104 dB siren alarm - Wire free for quick and easy installation
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Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the time

Good price though
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though


But when will you ever have more time to install it?
biggrub22/03/2020 07:11

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Anyway, if it helps I've had one of these installed for a few years and it's been reliable with no false alarms. Also goes off when I forget to disarm and open the back door. I can't speak for the PIRs as I've never fitted them. This does seem to be a very old model as when I bought it open box for a bargain price it took years before I installed it. Battery life is very good (years). Bear in mind that the alarm on the wall has batteries you'll eventually have to replace as it's not solar.

Here's a link to the manual: help.yale.co.uk/wp-…pdf
Edited by: "Kreskin" 22nd Mar
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though



This deal is actually aimed at the panic buying scum to protect their bog rolls, pasta and hand sanitizer
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though


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Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the time

Good price though
Thank you
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though


But when will you ever have more time to install it?
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though



This deal is actually aimed at the panic buying scum to protect their bog rolls, pasta and hand sanitizer
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though


thou
Any easy set up for this I have one was struggling
biggrub22/03/2020 07:11

thou


Ye


Anyway, if it helps I've had one of these installed for a few years and it's been reliable with no false alarms. Also goes off when I forget to disarm and open the back door. I can't speak for the PIRs as I've never fitted them. This does seem to be a very old model as when I bought it open box for a bargain price it took years before I installed it. Battery life is very good (years). Bear in mind that the alarm on the wall has batteries you'll eventually have to replace as it's not solar.

Here's a link to the manual: help.yale.co.uk/wp-…pdf
Edited by: "Kreskin" 22nd Mar
Good price but wont be needing one for at least the next 4 months
Crikey this is a good deal. If you don’t already have an alarm and don’t want to spend a lot this is a no brainier. Install it before the corona looting starts!
It's the rats breaking in at night I'm bothered about. This will help
What I need is an offer on a long ladder to finally put the siren up...

Good piece of kit though the internal alarm is handy enough on its own.
Can anyone recommend reasonable home security. I am no CCTV engineer so how to install etc
Edited by: "black_hawk84" 22nd Mar
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though


Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't when our neighbours does, he fits the things for a living and it regularly goes off when they are not at home.
BattleBeast122/03/2020 09:41

Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't …Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't when our neighbours does, he fits the things for a living and it regularly goes off when they are not at home.


It tends to help if you're alright with your neighbours and don't have false alarms
Anyone know if these HSA models are compatible with the Yale EF range - they look the same.

Couldn’t see in the manual?

By EF I mean this one:

yale.co.uk/Yal…pdf
Edited by: "elche286" 22nd Mar
black_hawk8422/03/2020 09:33

Can anyone recommend reasonable home security. I am no CCTV engineer so …Can anyone recommend reasonable home security. I am no CCTV engineer so how to install etc


I just got an EZVIZ, by Hikvision. I actually got it months ago but just moved so have only just set it up. I didn’t do it personally, I have a mate that’s an electrician and so has the ladder to do the work, but it seemed really straight forward. I’m impressed with it. I think I paid £125 or £150 for an 8 channel set with 4 cameras and a 1tb hard drive. Its usually more RRP but was on offer, and it has been lowered since by about £20 and also included a doorbell (I think a video doorbell). Search ezviz on hukd and have a look through deals and comments
BattleBeast122/03/2020 09:41

Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't …Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't when our neighbours does, he fits the things for a living and it regularly goes off when they are not at home.


No, I think most people just ignore it. I personally like to go and have a look if it’s close-by, otherwise what’s the point of having one?
BattleBeast122/03/2020 09:41

Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't …Does anyone take any notice when they go off anyway?.... I know I don't when our neighbours does, he fits the things for a living and it regularly goes off when they are not at home.



Yale EF2 (which I have) can be set to ring up to 3 phone numbers if set off
Thanks. I am off to Cornwall next week ,for 6 months cottage rental. Be back to London once this is over .
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though



I live next door to a crack den.. soon to be closed down. The occupants are desperate for drugs. The county lines lads they invite in for cuckooing have high-tailed it through my garden twice. Them 'being in' is not a good thing.
Mr.Nutts22/03/2020 10:01

I just got an EZVIZ, by Hikvision. I actually got it months ago but just …I just got an EZVIZ, by Hikvision. I actually got it months ago but just moved so have only just set it up. I didn’t do it personally, I have a mate that’s an electrician and so has the ladder to do the work, but it seemed really straight forward. I’m impressed with it. I think I paid £125 or £150 for an 8 channel set with 4 cameras and a 1tb hard drive. Its usually more RRP but was on offer, and it has been lowered since by about £20 and also included a doorbell (I think a video doorbell). Search ezviz on hukd and have a look through deals and comments


Where from, please?
7day22/03/2020 11:18

Thanks. I am off to Cornwall next week ,for 6 months cottage rental. Be …Thanks. I am off to Cornwall next week ,for 6 months cottage rental. Be back to London once this is over .


What's your home address?
davew201122/03/2020 14:36

Where from, please?


I think I got mine from eBuyer, but they’re available elsewhere. Amazon have a 4 channel set with 2 cameras (so half of mine) for £83.
Kreskin22/03/2020 08:00

YeAnyway, if it helps I've had one of these installed for a few years and …YeAnyway, if it helps I've had one of these installed for a few years and it's been reliable with no false alarms. Also goes off when I forget to disarm and open the back door. I can't speak for the PIRs as I've never fitted them. This does seem to be a very old model as when I bought it open box for a bargain price it took years before I installed it. Battery life is very good (years). Bear in mind that the alarm on the wall has batteries you'll eventually have to replace as it's not solar.Here's a link to the manual: https://help.yale.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/HSA6200.pdf


Hi, does the light on these flash intermittently when idle? I've heard conflicting reports of dummy boxes which do, and some which say that not flashing replicates what a real Yale box does.
Is this kit pet proof?
Perfect to protect your 5 years supply of toilet roll, hand sanitizer and pasta
stringsonfire21/03/2020 23:04

Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the …Not really much point at the moment now that everyone's at home all the timeGood price though


I think a really good time because of the current situation . The toe rags are already getting restless already but the press are hiding it from us.
I am tempted but prefer something hard wired, at least some of it hard wired. Thanks for posting though.
Edited by: "watchcam" 22nd Mar
I've purchased one know a few people who have them had no issues Ive installed lots a different alarms pyronix enforcers,Honeywell etc know this Yale is a DIY job but will do for my current home
I’ve got this and it’s a load of rubbish
nimmeh22/03/2020 16:58

Is this kit pet proof?



No you need the ‘pet friendly’ PIR’s - sold separately and not cheap
realtek22/03/2020 20:59

I’ve got this and it’s a load of rubbish



Why - I have 2 versions - both work fine.

What issues do you have with yours that makes it ‘rubbish’ - genuinely curious
Kreskin22/03/2020 08:00

YeAnyway, if it helps I've had one of these installed for a few years and …YeAnyway, if it helps I've had one of these installed for a few years and it's been reliable with no false alarms. Also goes off when I forget to disarm and open the back door. I can't speak for the PIRs as I've never fitted them. This does seem to be a very old model as when I bought it open box for a bargain price it took years before I installed it. Battery life is very good (years). Bear in mind that the alarm on the wall has batteries you'll eventually have to replace as it's not solar.Here's a link to the manual: https://help.yale.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/HSA6200.pdf


Thanks for that useful info. A non-solar battery-op alarm's a non-starter, given that a ladder's likely needed each time the batteries need replacing (yearly, I imagine, as even if not used to sound alarm they drain). I use a dummy flashing solar box: the brightness of the flash is a good now as was when installed c 3 years ago.
Got the HSA 6200 in an outbuilding which looks very similar and have had no issues in 3 years. I have only replaced one set of batteries so far. I do monthly checking on the pir's and door sensors and they always pass the tests.
modelman22/03/2020 23:04

Got the HSA 6200 in an outbuilding which looks very similar and have had …Got the HSA 6200 in an outbuilding which looks very similar and have had no issues in 3 years. I have only replaced one set of batteries so far. I do monthly checking on the pir's and door sensors and they always pass the tests.


Yours is different. This is a 2006 yr model, so getting on. Manual states batt's last two years.
Tsingtao:
What I need is an offer on a long ladder to finally put the siren up...

Good piece of kit though the internal alarm is handy enough on its own.

I positioned ours just outside the bedroom window so I can reach out to it.

Comes in handy when changing batteries, or to make it easier to disarm, in the middle of the night, when the batteries get low and goes off for no reason! (Though to be fair, this version I have hasn't done that)
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