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Yale Smart Home Alarm SR-320 £189.00 @ Amazon
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Yale Smart Home Alarm SR-320 £189.00 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd May 2018
SR-320 Smart Home Alarm system from Yale.

Included in the package is the smart hub, alarm, keypad, 2 motion detectors and 1 door sensor plus batteries and fittings. This is the lowest price this alrm has ever been on Amazon.

Last time went 415° at £218.66.

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Cuddl3s18 m ago

But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better …But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better and cheaper to just get a smart things + xiaomi sensors for all doors windows etc?


Choice. I wouldn't want to be dependant on routers,hubs and things that may not fully resume normal ops after a power cut, should it happen. There's not a massive reason why not to have smartphone and stuff if that's the way you prefer to go. However, not everyone is techy, messing about with phone apps and stuff. A standalone alarm is typically a code keyed into the control box, or a key fob and its switched on doing its thing, usually robustly with little to go wrong and typically at least 10 years useage out of it.

Some of the smart type alarms and newer gadget type alarms often don't have an external siren box on the house. Some simply send notifications to your phone. A burglar chosing a house is unlikely to know the house is alarmed at all. The visible alarm box is typically a deterrent to many burglars.
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Excellent been looking for this to go down, cheers op(highfive)
Great find! Thanks!
But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better and cheaper to just get a smart things + xiaomi sensors for all doors windows etc?
Nice one. Been waiting for a good value wireless, phone app alarm.
Cuddl3s18 m ago

But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better …But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better and cheaper to just get a smart things + xiaomi sensors for all doors windows etc?


Choice. I wouldn't want to be dependant on routers,hubs and things that may not fully resume normal ops after a power cut, should it happen. There's not a massive reason why not to have smartphone and stuff if that's the way you prefer to go. However, not everyone is techy, messing about with phone apps and stuff. A standalone alarm is typically a code keyed into the control box, or a key fob and its switched on doing its thing, usually robustly with little to go wrong and typically at least 10 years useage out of it.

Some of the smart type alarms and newer gadget type alarms often don't have an external siren box on the house. Some simply send notifications to your phone. A burglar chosing a house is unlikely to know the house is alarmed at all. The visible alarm box is typically a deterrent to many burglars.
Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart PIR's and door sensors as getting fed up paying Virgin for a phone line that we only use for the alarm?

Thanks Mark.
Cuddl3s50 m ago

But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better …But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better and cheaper to just get a smart things + xiaomi sensors for all doors windows etc?


I gave up using my Samsung Smartthings setup as a security system. Far too unreliable, false alarms etc. i'm glad I didn't buy a siren (which you can get) as it would be going off, not all the time but ever so often.

Good at switching lights on and off but i've lost confidence in using it for anything more important.
Cuddl3s55 m ago

But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better …But why would you buy this in the age of smart things? would it be better and cheaper to just get a smart things + xiaomi sensors for all doors windows etc?


Post links please
Good price, good system
I bought this a couple of months ago and so far so good. Also bought additional pet pir's as we have a cat. My only complaint is the mobile app. Works fine but has issues with battery drain on my smartphone. Seems to be a common complaint that hasn't been fixed. Have contacted yale but they haven't responded
Does this use the standard 'Silver Yale' pair's etc or does it need a different setup. I have the tele,,, version which uses wireless detectors.
I didn't go for the smart version 2 year ago as they were going to stop the support.
But if it's the same range I'll swap the controller.
Dragon3223/05/2018 09:03

Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart …Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart PIR's and door sensors as getting fed up paying Virgin for a phone line that we only use for the alarm?Thanks Mark.


Okay so this doesn't work with the Yale 6200 series (which I previously had) it does work with the Easy Fit range though, easiest way to tell is if your Yale marks on sensors are just moulded plastic they are 6200 range if they are a rubber silver sticker then it's Easy Fit. I've done exactly the same, with Virgin just for internet now, also have the Conexis L1 lock hooked up so can open the door and disable the alarm at the same time with just a swipe from the app.

@Siddy 30 m agoDoes this use the standard 'Silver Yale' pair's etc or does it need a different setup. I have the tele,,, version which uses wireless detectors.I didn't go for the smart version 2 year ago as they were going to stop the support.But if it's the same range I'll swap the controller.

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If you mean that one then yes it should work as it's an Easy Fit alarm

Edited by: "AbandonedTrolley" 23rd May 2018
Been using the SR-330 since release and I would highly recommend.
Ok, this may seems daft. Is this an independent system and it have it's own WiFi (for wiressless connection to the sensor) that doesn't depends on the home network router? I have many windows in the house, are those extra sensor expensive please?
Heat for the deal, thanks, I’ve just purchased this with an extra door sensor and an extra motion sensor, is there a limit to how many sensors you can add to the system? Also, will I need a home phone line for this as I don’t currently have one? Thanks.
Edited by: "thorpe1" 23rd May 2018
KatsudonVince23/05/2018 10:34

Ok, this may seems daft. Is this an independent system and it have it's …Ok, this may seems daft. Is this an independent system and it have it's own WiFi (for wiressless connection to the sensor) that doesn't depends on the home network router? I have many windows in the house, are those extra sensor expensive please?


Yes, it communicates via it’s own wireless signal, which imo makes it so much more reliable. Obviously this one also connects to your router via WiFi or Ethernet? For the remote functionality
AbandonedTrolley41 m ago

Okay so this doesn't work with the Yale 6200 series (which I previously …Okay so this doesn't work with the Yale 6200 series (which I previously had) it does work with the Easy Fit range though, easiest way to tell is if your Yale marks on sensors are just moulded plastic they are 6200 range if they are a rubber silver sticker then it's Easy Fit. I've done exactly the same, with Virgin just for internet now, also have the Conexis L1 lock hooked up so can open the door and disable the alarm at the same time with just a swipe from the app. @Siddy 30 m agoDoes this use the standard 'Silver Yale' pair's etc or does it need a different setup. I have the tele,,, version which uses wireless detectors.I didn't go for the smart version 2 year ago as they were going to stop the support.But if it's the same range I'll swap the controller.[Image] If you mean that one then yes it should work as it's an Easy Fit alarm


Sorry it's not that one.

I did reserve one on Amazon in my trolly, but don't think I'll bother now.

Thanks.

Thanks anyway.
"If you mean that one then yes it should work as it's an Easy Fit alarm" That's the one thanks for the info.

Question - the app do you have to enter a pin to access the app or does it just use the phone lock as protection.

Saying that I have the remote fobs so not safe if your key get taken and know where you live.
I have the easy fit system and the remote keyboard (ok my fob has broke off key ring) so could sell that and have spare pir's in stock.
Someone else asked about range, my controller is in a cupboard mid hallway and covers garage doors and new man shed concrete built at bottom of the garden with no issues.
This will save my phone bill as it's only the alarm that uses the house phone when our lass sets the alarm on her way out early doors and I set it off trying to get to turn it off.
thorpe123/05/2018 10:42

Heat for the deal, thanks, I’ve just purchased this with an extra door s …Heat for the deal, thanks, I’ve just purchased this with an extra door sensor and an extra motion sensor, is there a limit to how many sensors you can add to the system? Also, will I need a home phone line for this as I don’t currently have one? Thanks.


I think it says you can have 20 devices ( a sensor or siren is classed as a device ) we don’t have a house phone ourselves and it plugs straight into your router ( so you do need broadband for the smart functions ) in regards to sms alerts again it does it somehow through the broadband. I also believe it works like a normal wireless alarm should you have broadband troubles.
Ah bollocks, I paid £240 for mine only 3 weeks ago that was the cheapest everywhere at the time. Anyhow I throughly recommend this, very clever, easy set up and being able to turn arm and disarm the alarm from your phone is brilliant. Also you get a SMS and email to several people if the alarm does trigger. There is also no subscription fee and the batteries should last around 2 years +
Dragon3223/05/2018 09:03

Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart …Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart PIR's and door sensors as getting fed up paying Virgin for a phone line that we only use for the alarm?Thanks Mark.


No it wouldn’t work with wired sensors, the wireless sensors work off radio signals so even if you had no broadband it would still work and even if you want the smart functions again you only need broadband not a phone line ( we are in the same senerio and have this system - it’s brilliant ! )
Siddy23/05/2018 10:59

"If you mean that one then yes it should work as it's an Easy Fit alarm" …"If you mean that one then yes it should work as it's an Easy Fit alarm" That's the one thanks for the info.Question - the app do you have to enter a pin to access the app or does it just use the phone lock as protection.Saying that I have the remote fobs so not safe if your key get taken and know where you live.I have the easy fit system and the remote keyboard (ok my fob has broke off key ring) so could sell that and have spare pir's in stock.Someone else asked about range, my controller is in a cupboard mid hallway and covers garage doors and new man shed concrete built at bottom of the garden with no issues.This will save my phone bill as it's only the alarm that uses the house phone when our lass sets the alarm on her way out early doors and I set it off trying to get to turn it off.



Just phone unlock usually takes less than 5 seconds from opening the app for it to be connected to your alarm hub and ready to arm and disarm ( this is on my slow as fudgeiPhone 6 also )
Edited by: "Bikerdanny" 23rd May 2018
Meluk920 m ago

Yes, it communicates via it’s own wireless signal, which imo makes it so m …Yes, it communicates via it’s own wireless signal, which imo makes it so much more reliable. Obviously this one also connects to your router via WiFi or Ethernet? For the remote functionality


The smart hub connects to your router via Ethernet, I don’t think it can communicate over WiFi to it. The hub is a pretty small box so it’s no bother and super reliable connecting near the router
Bikerdanny23/05/2018 11:07

Just phone unlock usually takes less that 5 seconds from opening the …Just phone unlock usually takes less that 5 seconds from opening the app for it to be connected to your alarm hub and ready to arm and disarm ( this is on my slow as fudgeiPhone 6 also )



Hi Danny, can it still use the remote key fobs as well? her indoors doesn't normally have data on her phone till evening and then it's wifi. it would confuss her lol.
Does anyone know if this is pet friendly? We’ve been on the lookout for a system but need it to be Labrador friendly!
Maplins had the SR-310 for £125 recently, which I went for. Doesn't have the outdoor siren, but from testing it I can confirm the indoor hub siren is VERY VERY LOUD Anyway, so far so good in terms of no false alarms and the App was recently updated (improved). They also sell pet friendly sensors for anybody asking.
Brilliant alarm and fantastic price. I've had this SR320 installed for approx 1 year.

No problems whatsoever. Reasonable easy to fit, although you will need a ladder to install the outside siren box.
Siddy11 m ago

Hi Danny, can it still use the remote key fobs as well? her indoors …Hi Danny, can it still use the remote key fobs as well? her indoors doesn't normally have data on her phone till evening and then it's wifi. it would confuss her lol.



Yep you can use the Yale remote key fob things also so you can unlock your house like you unlock your car 😝 there is also the conventional key pad of course included in the kit.
Bikerdanny23/05/2018 11:04

No it wouldn’t work with wired sensors, the wireless sensors work off r …No it wouldn’t work with wired sensors, the wireless sensors work off radio signals so even if you had no broadband it would still work and even if you want the smart functions again you only need broadband not a phone line ( we are in the same senerio and have this system - it’s brilliant ! )


My one is wireless (just not smart).

I have this model here:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…NF6

Thanks Mark.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 23rd May 2018
Dragon3223/05/2018 11:30

My one is wireless (just not smart).I have this model here:Yale wirefree …My one is wireless (just not smart).I have this model here:Yale wirefree Premium Alarm Kit HSA6400 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002D38J8C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_DkubBb0P9CNF6Thanks Mark.


Sorry your link is only taking me back to this HUKD page.
User111 m ago

Does anyone know if this is pet friendly? We’ve been on the lookout for a s …Does anyone know if this is pet friendly? We’ve been on the lookout for a system but need it to be Labrador friendly!


I would not bother with the Yale pet friendly ones.

Spent money on replacing 3 of my PIR's for "pet friendly" ones to find they just blocked out movement on the floor and not the actual size of the moving object.

Totally useless as somebody could duck down and not get picked up or if the cat jumped up on surfaces it would set it off.

Spoke to Yale support and they advised it does not go on size, but height.
Bikerdanny3 m ago

Sorry your link is only taking me back to this HUKD page.


Sorry the copy URL to clipboard on the Amazon app was putting the description in as well.

Should be ok now.

Thanks.
Ordered it,
So the batteries need replacing in the outdoor siren on my system so a quick swap of the controller is all that's needed for me and press the button to link on each device and it should be a breeze!!
Dragon323 h, 30 m ago

Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart …Just wondering if anybody knows if to this will work with the non smart PIR's and door sensors as getting fed up paying Virgin for a phone line that we only use for the alarm?Thanks Mark.


No it doesn't mate
This is a great price. I've been looking into these for the past week and opted to buy from B&Q for £225. I'm going to use my mums 10% pensioner card to bring it down to £202.50, and then purchased a £200 gift card with 8% off at westfield health rewards. Brings the price down to just under what this deal is, but had I waited I'd probably get this deal!
how long do the batteries last in the external box? considering we have had pretty cold winters almost -10, do they work ok?
These Yale alarms are not worth the plastic they are made from. Professional's can very quickly bypass them. The cheapest effective alarms are made by Pyronix - remember you don't need bullet proof security it just has to be better than your neighbors!!
Tyranicus6623/05/2018 13:58

These Yale alarms are not worth the plastic they are made from. …These Yale alarms are not worth the plastic they are made from. Professional's can very quickly bypass them. The cheapest effective alarms are made by Pyronix - remember you don't need bullet proof security it just has to be better than your neighbors!!


What makes the Pyronix systems so much better?
takkischitt1 h, 12 m ago

What makes the Pyronix systems so much better?


Pyronix is commercial grade kit. Far more programmable with timing scheduled, different users, remote fobs, zone controlled, better range and cheaper detectors etc.. more to the point the encryption is tougher and because it is not anywhere near as common (e.g you wont find it in B&Q) the default codes are not available and burglars are far less familiar with it.
Bought an ex-display one the other week for £199 and it's been really good! Would recommend.
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