Yale Premium Wireless Alarm Kit £129.99 @ screwfix
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Found 16th Dec 2015
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Non monitored alarms are a waste of time IMHO they don't get you a discount on insurance and people just ignore them!
Yale Premium Wireless Alarm Kit
Product Code: 54473

Easy to install alarm system which holds 3 auto-dial alert telephone numbers for contacting you if the alarm is activated. Can be set and unset by phone, allowing part arming of the system. Includes tamper warning protection. Can be expanded with up to 20 Yale devices, available separately.
20-Zone Control Panel
Tamper Alert
1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Event Log with Time / Date Stamp
30m Wireless Range
Siren & Voice Call
Walk Test
Zone Control
Telephone Alert
Remote Access
Product contents:
2 x PIRs, 2 x contacts, siren, dummy siren, 2m cable, control panel, batteries and fixings.
Further Information
12m PIR detection range. 104dB siren with LED strobe
OrribleHarry

Non monitored alarms are a waste of time IMHO they don't get you a … Non monitored alarms are a waste of time IMHO they don't get you a discount on insurance and people just ignore them!



​Is it not better than nothing?

Surly if a burglar sees your house with an alarm and 10 other houses without one would he not go for one of them?

I agree it's not as good as a monitored one, but at least it's still something for somebody that can't afford the monthly cost of a monitored alarm?
This one can be set to dial your mobile phone, so at least you can be made aware if it goes off.
good find op, heat added
How is the siren powered ?
deanos

How is the siren powered ?



​batteries I would assume

2 of my neighbours work from home and we all keep an ear out. I think monitored alarms are expensive as all they do is call the police for you, same as ringing your mobile so this system covers it. good find

OrribleHarry

Non monitored alarms are a waste of time IMHO they don't get you a … Non monitored alarms are a waste of time IMHO they don't get you a discount on insurance and people just ignore them!


2 of my neighbours work from home and we all keep an ear out. I think monitored alarms are expensive as all they do is call the police for you, same as ringing your mobile so this system covers it. good find
djlondon22

2 of my neighbours work from home and we all keep an ear out. I think … 2 of my neighbours work from home and we all keep an ear out. I think monitored alarms are expensive as all they do is call the police for you, same as ringing your mobile so this system covers it. good find 2 of my neighbours work from home and we all keep an ear out. I think monitored alarms are expensive as all they do is call the police for you, same as ringing your mobile so this system covers it. good find


I think these alarms are good as peace of mind and a deterrent. I have one that rings you up, but if you phone the police and say your alarm is going off my experience is they will not attend.
compadre

I think these alarms are good as peace of mind and a deterrent. I have … I think these alarms are good as peace of mind and a deterrent. I have one that rings you up, but if you phone the police and say your alarm is going off my experience is they will not attend.


they will but not on an immediate response they put it on what is called an S-Grade which means within the hour which depending if a unit is in the area could be as much use as a chocolate teapot. However, last time they did attend in 6 minutes and made an arrest.
i remember i saw a yale one on Amazon around 200 pounds. Will be buying that one once I move to the new property
I'd pair it with some security cameras that can be Internet monitored. (got a couple from amazon for about £30 each) Then if it goes off you can check the camera. Police should attend if you say you see a burglar on a security camera!
Gorskar

I'd pair it with some security cameras that can be Internet monitored. … I'd pair it with some security cameras that can be Internet monitored. (got a couple from amazon for about £30 each) Then if it goes off you can check the camera. Police should attend if you say you see a burglar on a security camera!



I'd recommend these.

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Also 10% using 2015Xmas
Edited by: "leehardacre" 16th Dec 2015
Dragon32

​Is it not better than nothing? Surly if a burglar sees your house with a … ​Is it not better than nothing? Surly if a burglar sees your house with an alarm and 10 other houses without one would he not go for one of them? I agree it's not as good as a monitored one, but at least it's still something for somebody that can't afford the monthly cost of a monitored alarm?


If a burglar see's Yale on an alarm they will just laugh, these are a complete waste of time.

If you want wired fit a Honeywell Galaxy, wireless fit a Pyronix Enforcer or Texecom Ricochet.

Saying that just a Texecom Odyssey Dummy Bell box will put a burglar off more than a full Yale alarm system.
Banned
Cold. This is old model with the old frequency.
wildcolor

i remember i saw a yale one on Amazon around 200 pounds. Will be buying … i remember i saw a yale one on Amazon around 200 pounds. Will be buying that one once I move to the new property


Don't bother, uses either 433mhz (Mega LOL!) or 868mhz, one way comms, and can be blocked, un-armed or false alarms.
For a bit more get a Pyronix Enforcer kit.

Edited by: "RustySpoons" 16th Dec 2015
Dragon32

​Is it not better than nothing? Surly if a burglar sees your house with a … ​Is it not better than nothing? Surly if a burglar sees your house with an alarm and 10 other houses without one would he not go for one of them? I agree it's not as good as a monitored one, but at least it's still something for somebody that can't afford the monthly cost of a monitored alarm?


Or he may think an alarm they must have stuff worth pinching?
ADT is the only deterrent, but good price for what it is.
korting3

Cold. This is old model with the old frequency.


Yeah 433mhz LOL!!!
moneybag

ADT is the only deterrent, but good price for what it is.


It's not the Only deterrent at all, also a lot of people buy Dummy ADT Bell boxes and stick them up.

I politely disagree. while not perfect, these alarms are so loud, that someone would definitely think twice before entering a property with a yale alarm. We once thought we had disarmed the alarm before going downstairs in teh middle of the night, and one of the PIRs triggered the alarm. It was so loud, I remember standing in front of the control panel completely paralyzed, desperately trying to enter the code to switch it off. it would definitely distract , disturb and possibly prevent a thief from going through your stuff in piece and quiet.

if they want to get in your house, they will anyway. with this they might think twice.

RustySpoons

If a burglar see's Yale on an alarm they will just laugh, these are a … If a burglar see's Yale on an alarm they will just laugh, these are a complete waste of time.If you want wired fit a Honeywell Galaxy, wireless fit a Pyronix Enforcer or Texecom Ricochet.Saying that just a Texecom Odyssey Dummy Bell box will put a burglar off more than a full Yale alarm system.


I've already got wired a bell box siren fitted with my old alarm. Can i get this Yale alarm and keep my old box?
RustySpoons

Don't bother, uses either 433mhz (Mega LOL!) or 868mhz, one way comms, … Don't bother, uses either 433mhz (Mega LOL!) or 868mhz, one way comms, and can be blocked, un-armed or false alarms.For a bit more get a Pyronix Enforcer kit.


Hang on a minute ?
"Can be blocked" ????
I think you have been watching a bit too much telly !
Yes a professional burglar will have equipment to block and disable any alarm, but if your thinking of installing one of these alarms id assume you do not live in a penthouse apartment or a castle !
Your gonna live in a normal house on a normal street ?
And because of that you will not see Tom Cruise and his mission impossible team in their van outside BLOCKING your wireless alarm to be able to nick your new Blaupunkt tv you brought on black friday from Asda !
lollypoplee

Hang on a minute ?"Can be blocked" ????I think you have been watching a … Hang on a minute ?"Can be blocked" ????I think you have been watching a bit too much telly ! Yes a professional burglar will have equipment to block and disable any alarm, but if your thinking of installing one of these alarms id assume you do not live in a penthouse apartment or a castle !Your gonna live in a normal house on a normal street ?And because of that you will not see Tom Cruise and his mission impossible team in their van outside BLOCKING your wireless alarm to be able to nick your new Blaupunkt tv you brought on black friday from Asda !


Heat added just for lollypoplees just a minute reply ! fantastic !
Burglar alarms can always give the impression you have something worth stealing. When was the last time your car alarm went off or your burglar alarm sounded accidentally and a concerned neighbour or Police Officer knocked on your door to check everything was OK? That's the crucial difference with a monitored alarm system, it's not left to Joe Public or the non-existant beat plod to act on the "ruddy neighbour's alarm is always ruddy going off at all hours" klaxon that drowns in the cacophony of suburbia.
I'd personally make sure your door furniture and Euro cylinder are very high security and the best you can afford.
Whether the Police act is another matter - we all know the Hatton Garden story by now, but at least ADT have the reputation to act as a deterrent. Still a good deal imho though.
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Dragon32

​Is it not better than nothing? Surly if a burglar sees your house with a … ​Is it not better than nothing? Surly if a burglar sees your house with an alarm and 10 other houses without one would he not go for one of them? I agree it's not as good as a monitored one, but at least it's still something for somebody that can't afford the monthly cost of a monitored alarm?



​Of course it's better than nothing but more effective would be a CCTV system for similar money.

If every second house on your street has an alarm you won't stand out.


moneybag

Burglar alarms can always give the impression you have something worth … Burglar alarms can always give the impression you have something worth stealing. When was the last time your car alarm went off or your burglar alarm sounded accidentally and a concerned neighbour or Police Officer knocked on your door to check everything was OK? That's the crucial difference with a monitored alarm system, it's not left to Joe Public or the non-existant beat plod to act on the "ruddy neighbour's alarm is always ruddy going off at all hours" klaxon that drowns in the cacophony of suburbia.I'd personally make sure your door furniture and Euro cylinder are very high security and the best you can afford.Whether the Police act is another matter - we all know the Hatton Garden story by now, but at least ADT have the reputation to act as a deterrent. Still a good deal imho though.


lollypoplee

Hang on a minute ?"Can be blocked" ????I think you have been watching a … Hang on a minute ?"Can be blocked" ????I think you have been watching a bit too much telly ! Yes a professional burglar will have equipment to block and disable any alarm, but if your thinking of installing one of these alarms id assume you do not live in a penthouse apartment or a castle !Your gonna live in a normal house on a normal street ?And because of that you will not see Tom Cruise and his mission impossible team in their van outside BLOCKING your wireless alarm to be able to nick your new Blaupunkt tv you brought on black friday from Asda !


Watching too much TV? I think someone needs to do some research here and it's not me! These are totally insecure, they are a joke. If I keyed one of my radios up it would set the alarm off, what would I know, I am only a electronics engineer and used to be comms engineer for the police, I am also a qualified radio amateur so know quite a lot about RF!
morrig

Bit of info on alarms and that 433mhz frequency... … Bit of info on alarms and that 433mhz frequency... http://cybergibbons.com/alarms-2/wireless-alarm-recommendations/


Thank you for that, I quote from that website "Yale Wirefree

This uses one-way OOK 434MHz. This makes it very easy to jam (intentionally and unintentionally). It means that battery life is lower than it can be. There is very limited functionality."
RustySpoons

Watching too much TV? I think someone needs to do some research here and … Watching too much TV? I think someone needs to do some research here and it's not me! These are totally insecure, they are a joke. If I keyed one of my radios up it would set the alarm off, what would I know, I am only a electronics engineer and used to be comms engineer for the police, I am also a qualified radio amateur so know quite a lot about RF!


A qualified radio amateur........ so you do Amateur Radio !!!
Need i say more......!
Honestly, i wouldn't brag about being an Amateur Radio person.....it will not impress the ladies. Its one step up from a C B..... rubber duck
What is wrong with Amateur Radio? Care to quantify your statement?

Let me think, without Amateur radio there would be no TV, no Satellite, no WiFi, no Mobile phones. And a lot of emergency back up used via amateur radio. Look at some of the disasters across the world where cells etc have been wiped out.... Also no Wireless alarms!

I also fail to see what relevance it has to Women?
lollypoplee

Hang on a minute ?"Can be blocked" ????I think you have been watching a … Hang on a minute ?"Can be blocked" ????I think you have been watching a bit too much telly ! Yes a professional burglar will have equipment to block and disable any alarm, but if your thinking of installing one of these alarms id assume you do not live in a penthouse apartment or a castle !Your gonna live in a normal house on a normal street ?And because of that you will not see Tom Cruise and his mission impossible team in their van outside BLOCKING your wireless alarm to be able to nick your new Blaupunkt tv you brought on black friday from Asda !




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I'm pretty sure Paddy the Burglar can buy one of those from a bloke in some dodgy pub round the corner.
RustySpoons

It's not the Only deterrent at all, also a lot of people buy Dummy ADT … It's not the Only deterrent at all, also a lot of people buy Dummy ADT Bell boxes and stick them up.



​Where can i get these dummy ADT bell boxes from cheaply?
BenderRodriguez

http://www.jammerall.com/products/315%7B47%7D433-MHz-Car-Remote-Control-Jammer-30-Meters-Radius.htmlI'm pretty sure Paddy the Burglar can buy one of those from a bloke in some dodgy pub round the corner.



No way..... You know Paddy the Burglar ? What a small world ! I was only speaking with him earlier when i asked him if he can get me one of those Blaupunkt tv's ?
He said he would go and try to find a house with a Yale wireless alarm, and with one hand holding his finger on the button of his new signal blocking remote and the pry bar in the other hand hes sure to get me one by the morning !
samisonline

​Where can i get these dummy ADT bell boxes from cheaply?


Ebay
samisonline

​Where can i get these dummy ADT bell boxes from cheaply?




£30 on one well known auction site.
Where can you buy dummy ADT bell boxes from? With the flashing lights?
RustySpoons

What is wrong with Amateur Radio? Care to quantify your statement? Let me … What is wrong with Amateur Radio? Care to quantify your statement? Let me think, without Amateur radio there would be no TV, no Satellite, no WiFi, no Mobile phones. And a lot of emergency back up used via amateur radio. Look at some of the disasters across the world where cells etc have been wiped out.... Also no Wireless alarms! :{I also fail to see what relevance it has to Women?



So my phone, Tv, wifi etc... all work via AMATEUR RADIO ????? That would explain why my Tv and Wifi and mobile phone all go off every time i turn my Yale alarm on !!!!
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