Yale YEFKIT2 Easy Fit Telecommunication Alarm Kit at Amazon for £159.99
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Yale YEFKIT2 Easy Fit Telecommunication Alarm Kit at Amazon for £159.99

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Found 1st Jul 2016
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The Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm Kit is an alarm kit with telecommunication to provide the ultimate peace of mind.

The touch screen panel performs all the professional functions of a standard control panel, with the additional feature of alerting the user by telephone should the alarm be activated. The system can store up to three telephone numbers, such as home, mobile and work numbers and will call them in a specified sequence. The system can also be activated and deactivated using your touch-tone telephone.

The system is pre-linked for for easy programming and has enhanced jamming detection. It has extra secure rolling code transmission and is expandable to up to 30 devices.

The kit contains the following:

1 x Siren box.1 x Dummy siren.2 x PIR movement detectors.2 x Door contacts.1 x Touch screen control panel.

All batteries are included.

At Yale they have been taking care of people and their favourite things all over the world, for over two hundred years.

Like your great-great-great grandparents before you, you can be secure in the knowledge that fitting Yale alarms or Yale locks to your doors and windows means complete peace of mind and full protection for your family and property.
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great price....
Awaits the 'this is no good' ' easily overcome by burglars' 'get proper locks' etc etc. Have some heat.
compadre

Awaits the 'this is no good' ' easily overcome by burglars' 'get proper … Awaits the 'this is no good' ' easily overcome by burglars' 'get proper locks' etc etc. Have some heat.


have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the risk.
pentestpartners.com/blo…ny/
I purchased this recently for about £190, so this is a great price. Nice bit of kit and easy to install too.

We'd just moved into the house and couldn't afford an expensive system at the time, so this will do as a stop gap.
Edited by: "ajwhite7" 1st Jul 2016
paulj48

have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the … have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the risk.https://www.pentestpartners.com/blog/alarm-systems-alarmingly-insecure-oh-the-irony/


Yes it's worth the risk. It's far better than having no alarm.
PS. I have locks deadlocks double glazing, not much help if someone smashes through your patio door!
compadre

Yes it's worth the risk. It's far better than having no alarm.PS. I have … Yes it's worth the risk. It's far better than having no alarm.PS. I have locks deadlocks double glazing, not much help if someone smashes through your patio door!


when we had the windows and doors replaced recently we had laminated glass in the double glazed units, a little bit more expensive but quieter and warmer than standard glass and has the benefit of staying in the frame once smashed.


Edited by: "paulj48" 1st Jul 2016
paulj48

when we had the windows and doors replaced recently we had laminated … when we had the windows and doors replaced recently we had laminated glass in the double glazed units, a little bit more expensive but quieter and warmer than standard glass and has the benefit of staying in the frame once smashed.


I must ask, are you in the alarm trade?
compadre

I must ask, are you in the alarm trade?


No, but had an attempted burglary once and a nervous wife since, luckily a dog walker scared the culprits away that time. Since then I'm a self taught security expert
paulj48

have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the … have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the risk.https://www.pentestpartners.com/blog/alarm-systems-alarmingly-insecure-oh-the-irony/



Thanks
paulj48

have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the … have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the risk.https://www.pentestpartners.com/blog/alarm-systems-alarmingly-insecure-oh-the-irony/



​bore off. No alarm is perfect and nothing will stop a truly determined and fully prepared burglar. This will however stop the opportunists quite ably.
j2hot

​bore off. No alarm is perfect and nothing will stop a truly determined a … ​bore off. No alarm is perfect and nothing will stop a truly determined and fully prepared burglar. This will however stop the opportunists quite ably.



Yeah agreed. If they turn up organised enough to have an alarm jammer then they deserve my TV. Most burglars are opportunists.
compadre

I must ask, are you in the alarm trade?

I am, and I don't see where the connection is between that and glass
I'm after one of these so £159.99 sounds good to me!
It seems to be £194.50 when clicking the link though?
kelvclark

I'm after one of these so £159.99 sounds good to me! It seems to be … I'm after one of these so £159.99 sounds good to me! It seems to be £194.50 when clicking the link though?


Look on the right hand side seller Amazon
I would rather set up wireless PIR CCTV cams
disgraceUK

I am, and I don't see where the connection is between that and glass


Oh there is!
suchitmehta7

I would rather set up wireless PIR CCTV cams



I fitted a CCTV system 8 months ago, backed upto a 2td hd for the last 30 days , and also backed up to icloud,

Text/email alert received for movement detection, accessed and viewed from anywhere in the world with net access,

Main reason is for wildlife watching, being out in the sticks , but also doubles as a deterrent.

I have one of these cost about 229£ at the time. Very easy to install and happy with it. If it's a choice of my house or the next 5 with no alarm, I'm pretty sure I'm safe. Worth a punt a that price.
cbrpaul

I fitted a CCTV system 8 months ago, backed upto a 2td hd for the last 30 … I fitted a CCTV system 8 months ago, backed upto a 2td hd for the last 30 days , and also backed up to icloud,Text/email alert received for movement detection, accessed and viewed from anywhere in the world with net access, Main reason is for wildlife watching, being out in the sticks , but also doubles as a deterrent.


that is great! what system do yo have. can you send me the link?
paulj48

have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the … have a read of this and then consider whether its worth the risk.https://www.pentestpartners.com/blog/alarm-systems-alarmingly-insecure-oh-the-irony/


very interesting read, will have a proper look when i get a chance.
surely one way to help avoid issues with the yale alarms is to put up a different bellbox or cover the yale one with a dummy hollow one? just so potential burglars dont know what alarm system you have?
Edited by: "yubious" 2nd Jul 2016
Ordered after a Camelizer price watch and arrived today ,a nice easy to set up bit off kit.
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