Yale wireless alarm kit - £79.99 @ ALDI  from 24th
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Yale wireless alarm kit - £79.99 @ ALDI from 24th

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Found 22nd Sep 2015
A smart, powerful alert system for your home.

2 PIRs with 12m detection range at 90° angle.
Walk test
1 siren
2 door/window contacts
Keypad operated
Keypad can be carried around the home for flexibility
20 second exit/entry period
Includes Fixings
Product reference: 67008

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Looks like a nice deal to me. more than 100 quid every where else
Are these any good and are they simple to set up? Been meaning to get an alarm installed for a while now but didn't want to have wires all over the shop.
Same price at Maplin and you can get 4.04% at TCB. Saving an extra £3.23 and free P&P.
maplin.co.uk/p/y…5uj


BillyBits
Edited by: "BillyBits" 22nd Sep 2015
Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a response on which was on here recently and their is nothing more annoying that the alarm going off at 2am for no apparent reason. I tried a couple of the devices and same issue on both. Not sure if it was baby monitor, wireless phone etc but it's not ideal.
Also good for just using sensors/keypad etc to add to your existing Yale alarm (can even have the siren box as a 2nd one on your system or sell it on Ebay).

Wish I'd had done this instead of buying extra PIR'S, door sensors and keypad.
xboxden

Are these any good and are they simple to set up? Been meaning to get an … Are these any good and are they simple to set up? Been meaning to get an alarm installed for a while now but didn't want to have wires all over the shop.


They are fairly straight forward but the instruction book isn't brilliant. It includes lots of instructions for items that are not in this kit and you end up going back and fore the pages when setting up.
The alarm siren box contains 4 large D batteries. Mine lasted 2 years - site the box where you will be able to access it to change the batteries. The sensors have AAA batteries that last around 1.5 years. Easy to change. The door contacts have a CR2032 round disc battery that last about 1.5 years.
The kit doesn't come with alarm key fobs but these can be purchased separately and added on.
Use the test facility when setting up sensors and contacts to ensure they are in range of the siren before attaching them in place.
It's a good price (not as good as the Tesco misprice some years ago when we all got them for about £29

I would recommend writing down the following shortcuts and have then at hand when setting up:
Disable tamper - button A, 4 digit code, button A, button 2
Enable tamper - button A, 4 digit code, button A, button 3
Disarm - Open padlock button
Arm - Closed and open padlock button
BillyBits

Same price at Maplin and you can get 4.04% at TCB. Saving an extra £3.23 … Same price at Maplin and you can get 4.04% at TCB. Saving an extra £3.23 and free P&P.http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/yale-hsa-6200-wireless-alarm-kit-a45ujBillyBits


Maplin item does not come with 2 door/window contacts. I could be wrong, not very clear.



Edited by: "bruceboy" 22nd Sep 2015
bruceboy

Maplin item does not come with 2 door/window contacts.




It does. Its the standard Yale HSA6200 Kit.
Sensors
PIR movement Yes x 2
Door/Window sensor Yes x 2

BillyBits
BillyBits

It does. Its the standard Yale HSA6200 Kit.Sensors PIR movement … It does. Its the standard Yale HSA6200 Kit.Sensors PIR movement Yes x 2Door/Window sensor Yes x 2BillyBits


Looks like you are correct.
Package Contents
1 x Siren Box
2 x PIR Movement Detectors
2 x Door / Window Contacts
Agreed, a good price for this kit...but if you have a bit of extra cash, the YALE deal unique to Screwfix is probably best at £159.00. You get:-

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
2 x PIRs, 2 x contacts, siren, dummy siren, 2m cable, control panel, batteries and fixings.
rob1987hughes

Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a … Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a response on which was on here recently and their is nothing more annoying that the alarm going off at 2am for no apparent reason. I tried a couple of the devices and same issue on both. Not sure if it was baby monitor, wireless phone etc but it's not ideal.



​not sure I like the sound of it going of randomly.
rob1987hughes

Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a … Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a response on which was on here recently and their is nothing more annoying that the alarm going off at 2am for no apparent reason. I tried a couple of the devices and same issue on both. Not sure if it was baby monitor, wireless phone etc but it's not ideal.



​interference? don't these run on 800mhz ish? all the other stuff you described is 2.4ghz......
This makes me so angry, why should you have to pay to protect what is yours? The laws of trespass should allow you to defend your property. If someone invades my home I should have the right to deal with them as I see fit, with no fear of recrimination.
I paid £148 for one @Homebase which refused my TCB. Just tell you how greedy these big chains are! I saw it yesterday at the new Aldi in Collier Row and could not believe my eyes, probably the free bacon roll and hot cup of tea doing that. That was a lovely gesture of Aldi!
bytemaster

This makes me so angry, why should you have to pay to protect what is … This makes me so angry, why should you have to pay to protect what is yours? The laws of trespass should allow you to defend your property. If someone invades my home I should have the right to deal with them as I see fit, with no fear of recrimination.



You will become a victim as the police will demand at least £10 ... Nasty government and nasty policies .. Meanwhile the druggies running around turning people drawers inside out ..
It is now slightly cheaper at Screwfix if anyone is still after one. I'm not sure whether to go for this or the Friedland Response deal from B&Q, need a control panel that is battery operated as no power supply where I want unit mounted. Link m.screwfix.com/p/y…114
Edited by moderator: "Sep 26, 2015 10:04" 26th Sep 2015
Always worth checking if this has a rolling frequency which makes them more difficult to jam.
Great alarm, dummy costs £18 solid recommend that, plenty of items cheaper on Amazon for this . Mines a telecommunications , were it ring you on 3 numbers, £178 after discounts at home base.
rob1987hughes

Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a … Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a response on which was on here recently and their is nothing more annoying that the alarm going off at 2am for no apparent reason. I tried a couple of the devices and same issue on both. Not sure if it was baby monitor, wireless phone etc but it's not ideal.


Ghost
I know this deal is for a 70 Quid basic system but I recently spent a lot of time on the web trying to find a system that was not only effective but could be expanded as and when needed (or when I could afford it) I even had a word with a relative who is an alarm engineer, his advice was the same as the conclusion I reached, which is the Pyronix Enforcer system. I know its pears and apples (vice versa) but if anyone is in need of a reliable Security alarm system and is capable of climbimg a ladder 12-15 ft high and putting in a couple of fixings then this system is fairly easy to set up. No its not 70 or 90 quid but is well worth the money.
I have this, it's decent, I bought 2 x fobs too to save using the keypad. Worth £80!!
SCOUSEKEVIN

I know this deal is for a 70 Quid basic system but I recently spent a … I know this deal is for a 70 Quid basic system but I recently spent a lot of time on the web trying to find a system that was not only effective but could be expanded as and when needed (or when I could afford it) I even had a word with a relative who is an alarm engineer, his advice was the same as the conclusion I reached, which is the Pyronix Enforcer system. I know its pears and apples (vice versa) but if anyone is in need of a reliable Security alarm system and is capable of climbimg a ladder 12-15 ft high and putting in a couple of fixings then this system is fairly easy to set up. No its not 70 or 90 quid but is well worth the money.



Of course Smart car is better than Cinquecento.
rob1987hughes

Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a … Problem with wireless is that they do get interference I brought a response on which was on here recently and their is nothing more annoying that the alarm going off at 2am for no apparent reason. I tried a couple of the devices and same issue on both. Not sure if it was baby monitor, wireless phone etc but it's not ideal.



​We've had a Yale wireless system for 5 years and not had any trouble with interference.
adi0604

Of course Smart car is better than Cinquecento.


As I stated "I know its pears and apples (vice versa)" fairly obvious really.
If you are wanting to protect your home, assets and family for £70 good luck!
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