diy alarm step 3

diy how to install basic security alarm kit. wiring the control and sensors

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5 Responses to “diy alarm step 3”

  1. John Scott Says:

    shuld be 6 core wire not 4 , tamper switch not on your system muppet

  2. John Scott Says:

    This is the very definition of the word basic, Get a higher end panel, don’t be a cheapskate and buy quality, There’s no such thing as cheap security, Sure You can Get it Cheap but it’s NEVER secure.
    Some people really surprise me, They Buy the latest Big screen tv,Ipod,PSP, Laptop, Mobile Phone and media centre which in total can cost upwards of 5 grand and they won’t even spend 10% of that protecting what they bought, Well, Get Burgled, Then You’ll just have to buy it all back again,Take Heed

  3. John Scott Says:

    no tamper circuit’s i see, Just try to get monitoring of the system or even insurance over here with that setup, sorry but you don’t have a prayer.

    6 zones haha, My system can handle 320 zones and over 25 keypads and i don’t have to wire the zones back to the panel, the remote zone expanders take care of that, I would only use that 6 zone system on my shed.

    Informative video BTW, This is essentially how it’s done, Pretty easy when you know how, don’t be put off by all the wires, it’s easy.

  4. John Scott Says:

    if you put the resistor in the cabinet doesn’t that defeat the purpose of the resistor which is to prevent people from twisting the wires together so they can bypass an alarm?

  5. John Scott Says:

    Great videos Frank. I have a system on order & I was a little concerned about installing this system myself. But no worries now.

 

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