Yale Telecommunicating Alarm Kit £90 @ homebase
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Yale Telecommunicating Alarm Kit £90 @ homebase

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Found 6th Jun
Yale telecommunicating Alarm kit has been reduced to £90 (RRP£200) This is ideal for people who want to be in informed about unwanted guests in their house as this will ring you when the alarm is trigged by an intruder .

This kit features :



Features


Motion detector, loud external siren, 868MHz


30m wireless range, rolling code security, pre-linked and easy to set


up. Expandable up to 30 devices. The keypad enables you to set or unset


the alarm via a PIN code. When triggered, the loud external siren will


sound and alert others of the intrusion, phone alert during alarm,


remote arming/disarming. The system can also be activated and


deactivated using your touch-tone telephone. The touch screen panel


performs all the functions of the standard control panel.



Includes


1x Siren box, 1x Dummy siren, 2 x PIR movement detectors, 2 x door contacts, 1x touch screen control panel.



Fixings Included
Wired or wireless Wireless
Length of cable 1.5m
Keypad control Yes
Sensor type PIR movement sensors.
Entry and exit delay Yes
Type of batteries required 8 x D Cell 1.5V, 6 x AAA, 1 x CR2032 batteries required (included).
Fitting instructions 1 person recommended
Range 30m
Guarantee 2 years
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This is a very good alarm but here are a few tips
1.Put the main keypad well hidden behind the sofa or somewhere because if you don’t.The burglar will just rip the phone line out of it and it won’t dial out.So because this is out of the way you will need to get the wireless keypad(of this doesn’t have one) for about £20.Once paired you’ll not really need to touch the main unit.
2.The alarm built into the main unit is very loud so if you’re on good terms with your neighbours but this on the inside of an external wall.Even the “pips” when the alarm is setting are loud.
3. The 2 parts to the door sensors need to be very close so if you’ve got doors which have gap for draught excluders it can be tricky to get right and you may get some false alarms as we did.We eventually put these on our French doors and a large opening window.
4.Buy a couple more motion sensors and a keypad for upstairs so you can set and unset from your bedroom.Remember the wireless keypads have a panic alarm built into them which sets off the alarm(outside and inside).
5.Have some backup batteries to hand.Our alarm was pipping like mad last week and turns out one of the door sensor alarms had ran out of battery power.These take the small coin batteries but had none in the house.
I bought this and then also bought the other Yale kit for £52 which gives me another external bell box, two more window and PIR sensors and a keypad, so for £142 I've got a complete kit, great price.
TTSS20 m ago

This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this …This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this link. Is that a good feature to have ??The telecommunicating feature, is that foolproof. Does it need WiFi and constant power etc.This model is priced 180 in Amazon now. And shows a newer version costing 365.Hope this model does not get outdated very soon. I have not used these things so not sure which is better .


I have this model and paid more than double this price. Its a very good alarm and can be setup by yourself. You can buy additional PIR Sensors, Door/Window sensors and the Key Fob which saves on entering the code all the time.
This one is not connected to wifi as it is an older version.The newer version smart alarms can be connected to wifi and operated via your mobile phones.
For £90 i think its a great buy unless you can spend around £250 plus to get the newer technology.
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Great price for this.
Had one for just over a year now and has worked flawlessly.
Great, thanks for sharing
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 6th Jun
Cuddl3s2 m ago

Any ideas on why this is any better than the 34 pound one?


That's as cheap as a dummy alarm box. Got a link, please?
is this any good for pets? i have a cat however the PIR for pet alarm systems are a fortune
Bargain, thank you
Cuddl3s7 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yale-6200-series-wireless-alarm-kit-only-34-homebase-instore-2950654


Great price. Reserved one. Thanks!

Difference seem to be the Telecommunicating function and dummy siren box?
Cuddl3s24 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yale-6200-series-wireless-alarm-kit-only-34-homebase-instore-2950654


This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this link. Is that a good feature to have ??
The telecommunicating feature, is that foolproof. Does it need WiFi and constant power etc.
This model is priced 180 in Amazon now. And shows a newer version costing 365.
Hope this model does not get outdated very soon.
I have not used these things so not sure which is better .
Edited by: "TTSS" 6th Jun
TTSS20 m ago

This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this …This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this link. Is that a good feature to have ??The telecommunicating feature, is that foolproof. Does it need WiFi and constant power etc.This model is priced 180 in Amazon now. And shows a newer version costing 365.Hope this model does not get outdated very soon. I have not used these things so not sure which is better .


I have this model and paid more than double this price. Its a very good alarm and can be setup by yourself. You can buy additional PIR Sensors, Door/Window sensors and the Key Fob which saves on entering the code all the time.
This one is not connected to wifi as it is an older version.The newer version smart alarms can be connected to wifi and operated via your mobile phones.
For £90 i think its a great buy unless you can spend around £250 plus to get the newer technology.
Great system
Lots of stock by me . Good price .
Sounds good, personally I think a CCTV camera system might be a better option & deterrent.

Notification to your phone and footage of who might not be welcome.

Voted hot.
TTSS39 m ago

This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this …This model does not have the keypad thingies like the one posted in this link. Is that a good feature to have ??The telecommunicating feature, is that foolproof. Does it need WiFi and constant power etc.This model is priced 180 in Amazon now. And shows a newer version costing 365.Hope this model does not get outdated very soon. I have not used these things so not sure which is better .


It needs a phone line connection to it and constant power but it always rings my mobile when it goes off, which is what I want...
PennyTrader6th Jun

Sounds good, personally I think a CCTV camera system might be a better …Sounds good, personally I think a CCTV camera system might be a better option & deterrent.Notification to your phone and footage of who might not be welcome. Voted hot.


I got cctv.. was looking forba cheap alarm system.. this fits the bill..
This is a very good alarm but here are a few tips
1.Put the main keypad well hidden behind the sofa or somewhere because if you don’t.The burglar will just rip the phone line out of it and it won’t dial out.So because this is out of the way you will need to get the wireless keypad(of this doesn’t have one) for about £20.Once paired you’ll not really need to touch the main unit.
2.The alarm built into the main unit is very loud so if you’re on good terms with your neighbours but this on the inside of an external wall.Even the “pips” when the alarm is setting are loud.
3. The 2 parts to the door sensors need to be very close so if you’ve got doors which have gap for draught excluders it can be tricky to get right and you may get some false alarms as we did.We eventually put these on our French doors and a large opening window.
4.Buy a couple more motion sensors and a keypad for upstairs so you can set and unset from your bedroom.Remember the wireless keypads have a panic alarm built into them which sets off the alarm(outside and inside).
5.Have some backup batteries to hand.Our alarm was pipping like mad last week and turns out one of the door sensor alarms had ran out of battery power.These take the small coin batteries but had none in the house.
bought less than a year ago from amazon for £180! not a bad system, seems to work alright, but cant compare against others
Ordered
so this needs telephone connection?
whats stops a burglar to cut the telephone line that is visible in front of my house wall?
will the siren ring when the connection is cut?
It needs 15 batteries in total wow!
Edited by: "littel.helper" 6th Jun
Cuddl3s1 h, 36 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yale-6200-series-wireless-alarm-kit-only-34-homebase-instore-2950654


Advantage of this one is that it's considered EasyFit so will not need upgrading if you decide to go the route of the SmartHub

The other is a 6200 series which is not upgradable to the smart hub
Can the alarm be set/unset my mobile?
I need a wired alarm system with four sensors. Any suggestions please?

Thanks in advance!
Never seen it so cheap. I have noticed my equipment fails after bang on 2 years. Currently bell box isn't working, Yale won't help me at all because I'm out of 2 years.
My pir was doing the same but I had to remove it from my panel and 're enter it
Just reserved one of these, do you know what the model number is and where can I get couple of remotes to arm/disarm the alarm?

Also, from the remote can you arm/disarm the alarm?
Anyone who has this, is it all wireless?
tom619510 m ago

Can the alarm be set/unset my mobile?


You can arm it remotely yes, not via an app though you have to phone through to the alarm itself.

The smart hub alarm is much better but then you pay for the tech that's currently £189 on Amazon amazon.co.uk/Yal…h=1
If you needed more sensors then buying this as well would be a great idea as they will all link in.

I've just ordered this for the external siren alone as was looking at about £80 just for that, this is a bargain with the sensors and dummy box too. Will probably look to sell the control panel on eBay once it arrives.
rimalpatel0075 m ago

Just reserved one of these, do you know what the model number is and where …Just reserved one of these, do you know what the model number is and where can I get couple of remotes to arm/disarm the alarm?Also, from the remote can you arm/disarm the alarm?


Just look for any 'easy fit' remote as that's what this model is considered.

amazon.co.uk/Yal…U4/
I've just un-plugged this version for the smart alarm listed last week, It's ready to just power up should the smart system fail having the detectors paired already.
The price of this is great if you want any extra detectors even window ones you can't get it for price above.

BIG plus for this unit is you can tell it not to ring the internal siren on alarm which is good for dogs left in the house.
The new smart version doesn't having checked with Yale last week. I'm now having to put the upstairs and a bit of foam to tone it down a bit in case it goes off otherwise it will stress him.
Bargain.....HOT
Half the Amazon price.
I bought this and then also bought the other Yale kit for £52 which gives me another external bell box, two more window and PIR sensors and a keypad, so for £142 I've got a complete kit, great price.
Thanks for this
I live on a ground floor flat one level and I dont think I can install the bell box outside.
What are my options?
Would it be best to leave it on a window sill so it can be seen from the outside? If so, will the alarm be loud enought to be herd from outside the flat?
littel.helper58 m ago

It needs 15 batteries in total wow!


It comes with batteries
Arizolas49 m ago

Anyone who has this, is it all wireless?


Yea it's wireless. Buy a key fob, the grey Yale fob for this from Amazon £15. It makes life so much easy
For the external sounder i may invest in the best quality batteries so I reduce the amount of time up a ladder replacing them. GP brand gets a good review but I'll do some research.
thanks! Just ordered one!
Not much left across London!
Reserved its enough to pay and been on the lookout for one.

I also reserved the standard kit so have enough sensors and will keep spares.
Edited by: "JJJZ" 6th Jun
Thanks!
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