Yale Premium Alarm Kit £144 R&C or £147.95 Delivered or £137.47 after TCB (RRP £250) @ Homebase
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit £144 R&C or £147.95 Delivered or £137.47 after TCB (RRP £250) @ Homebase

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Found 28th Dec 2012
This is a very good premium alarm kit easy to install and capable to ring up to three telephone numbers.
Had this last year for £215 burglar entered into my home. (A bit late but looking towards the future ;-) )

£137.47 after TCB

Use code DISC20 for 20% off

Plus 288 Nectar points

The Yale Premium Alarm comes with a fully functional control panel system with digital display and alerts you by telephone when activated.
Features: The entry or exit period can be set to any requirement.
Features: Function to contact up to 3 mobile or landline telephone numbers if activated.
Features: The alarm can be set remotely via a telephone handset.
Includes: 2 x door and window contacts, 2 x PIR movement detectors, 1 x live siren and 1 x dummy siren.
Wireless: Yes.
Keypad control: Yes.
Batteries: 1 x battery required (included).
Fittings: Included.
Installation: 1 person recommended. Yale helpline available for assistance.
Available for delivery to mainland UK and Northern Ireland. Unfortunately we cannot deliver to the outlying islands.

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What part of this is actually wireless? Some reviews people are saying lots of wires etc

Burglars are scum.

I ordered this last week from Screwfix for £156

Really good alarms though, it rings you when your alarms going off.

The main unit has to plug in the mains for power, and also main unit to tel socket if you want dial out. The rest is wireless

Original Poster

DaveRushton

What part of this is actually wireless? Some reviews people are saying … What part of this is actually wireless? Some reviews people are saying lots of wires etc


I have the same kit and can confirm it is very easy to install. One wire to the power socket from the main unit ant one cable to the telephone socket if needed.
All the rest is just to be screwed to the walls and doors.

Sat on a Caribbean beach and you get a phone call saying your house the other side of the world is being burgled. Nice. (_;)

Although wireless is easier to install, it's not rocket science for anyone outside the property to jam the wireless signals so the system is defeated. Just do a search for "wireless burglar alarm jamming" - inexpensive kit and legally available to anyone as the alarms operate on unlicensed frequencies. Now consider why most commercial alarm installers who are asked to maintain a system will insist on wired systems...

I looked into this and the manual suggests that attempt to jam it will set the alarm off

Hi,
How did you get £144 R&C?
I can only enter the discount code if I choose the delivery option.

thanks

Good price.....have some heat

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carhire

Hi,How did you get £144 R&C? I can only enter the discount code if I … Hi,How did you get £144 R&C? I can only enter the discount code if I choose the delivery option.thanks


20% Off with code online or in store on everything. So you don't need code in store.

On many recommendations, I bought the pet friendly version if this for around £240 just before Xmas. Haven't installed yet (you can bet someone will break in and steal it before I do!)

This was about £225 from the same website (with added twin led lights in each alarm box). Shame the add ons are still full price, could do with a couple of extras now I've worked out where it's going to go and where the sensors need to be placed.







Amazon sells the extra bits a fair bit cheaper (mainly third party sellers).

Tempted to get this but worried about the wireless signal being jammed - gchild is the manual available to view online? Or can anyone explain how this is jam-proof?

I was burgled in the middle of the day while I was at work 2 weeks ago and I'm terrified of being burgled again (I've now moved house and am now insured but wasn't in my last home). I'd love to have a professionally fitted alarm but have been quoted £500-1000 from various fitters and just can't afford it right now.

Original Poster

You can add up to 20 devices wirelesly including Smoke alarms, more Door/Window contacts and Pet friendly PIR Sensors.
Edited by: "TishoG" 28th Dec 2012

Quality system, extremely well built and reliable HOT!!!!!!!!

Original Poster

maaow

Amazon sells the extra bits a fair bit cheaper (mainly third party … Amazon sells the extra bits a fair bit cheaper (mainly third party sellers). Tempted to get this but worried about the wireless signal being jammed - gchild is the manual available to view online? Or can anyone explain how this is jam-proof? I was burgled in the middle of the day while I was at work 2 weeks ago and I'm terrified of being burgled again (I've now moved house and am now insured but wasn't in my last home). I'd love to have a professionally fitted alarm but have been quoted £500-1000 from various fitters and just can't afford it right now.


Radio system 433.92MHz AM
Integral transmitter and super
heterodyne receiver with
jamming detection

Manual can be found under downloads section here.

Total rubbish, a burglar's dream.

Reminds me, i bought the response one from b&q a while back for £80... Still haven't fitted it!

This and the response sl6 was on my shortlist. I will probably go for this. It has very good reviews on amazon and screw fix.

DaveRushton

What part of this is actually wireless? Some reviews people are saying … What part of this is actually wireless? Some reviews people are saying lots of wires etc



the only part that has a wire is the control panel that plugs into a wall socket.

This is a really good alarm, i installed this over a year ago after being burgled, really easy to install and you can set it to call your mobile phone if its activated.

batteries still going strong after more than a year

transit

Total rubbish, a burglar's dream.



please could you explain a little more as to why.... I've read lots and lots of very positive reviews.
Thanks for your help before purchasing.

plunet

Although wireless is easier to install, it's not rocket science for … Although wireless is easier to install, it's not rocket science for anyone outside the property to jam the wireless signals so the system is defeated. Just do a search for "wireless burglar alarm jamming" - inexpensive kit and legally available to anyone as the alarms operate on unlicensed frequencies. Now consider why most commercial alarm installers who are asked to maintain a system will insist on wired systems...



My understanding is that the control panel can detect jammers and send a signal to the alarm box to activate.

anyone added the HSA6080 keypad to this? Cheapest place to get one?

gchild

anyone added the HSA6080 keypad to this? Cheapest place to get one?



Ebay is good for all these extras. Ask one of the sellers if they will do a deal for you. I purchased on ebay from and outfit call R&R security they are Yale resellers - All the bits I got worked fine. Impressed with the Yale alarms. Had this for >1 year no problems.

Batteries (alkaline) usually on offer from Maplin or multipacks long dated on eBay.

Ive set up my alarm but a few times ive been able to enter the property without the alarm going off.

On the infared sensors, the red light is to the left and not central.... Is this a fault or is everyone elses the same?

Anybody?

Have you tried doing a walk test?

tried it yes and its still only picking me up in certain possitions.

Its picking me up at the places where the eye is facing (to the left) not straight ahead.

Are both pir sensors doing the same thing? Maybe alternate them to rule in our out a duff sensor.
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