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  2. We have a large house protected by 3 PIR floodlights. To this 240v system we want to a number of alarms or sounders, that would be activated when the lights are triggered. As well as being 240v the devices we are looking for must have adjustable volume. Might you be able to help us, please
  3. I am looking for a replacement for RISCO B-673-0008, to work with Gardtec 595 & I understand the iWISE DT PET is now no longer available. Thanks Fred.
  4. I am looking for a replacement for RISCO B-673-0008, to work with Gardtec 595 & I understand the iWISE DT PET is now no longer available. Thanks Fred.
  5. Apologies you have not received an update from us. Can I please ask you email your order number over to info@securitywarehouse.co.uk so we are able to look into this for you?
  6. Order was placed 16-Aug-2021 and moved into "pick in progress" on 17-Aug-2021. The order appears to be stuck there for a week now and no update from Security Warehouse.
  7. I do apologies you have been informed the PowerG keyfob replaces the PowerMax, but as mentioned in this thread this is not the case. Can you please advise who it was you spoke with, failing that as our telephone calls are recorded please advise the day or number you called from so we are able to look into this further? (Please send this to sales@securitywarehouse.co.uk) We will then be able to help with getting the item back to ourselves if we have indeed advised incorrectly.
  8. Thanks for the reply. I was advised by the person on the phone that this would work. Looks like I’ll have to bring it back for a refund
  9. Thats for the powerg range of panels. It wont work on the powermax range of panels that are now obsolete
  10. Hi I was advised that the old round type key fob was discontinued and that the new rectangular key fob (KF-235 pg2) was a replacement. I’ve tried to enroll the key fob but it doesn’t connect. The instructions say that I have to enter the code from the key fob but the old panels don’t have that option. Is there a way to enroll without or does this have to be a return?
  11. Yes you can use any sensor to trigger a switcher. Have a look at the takex or optex active beams
  12. Dear Sir/Madam Just enquiring about a laser break beam that will operate a light on and off we have 100 mtr drive with no lighting at entrance but lighting at courtyard was wanting to put a laser break at beginning of drive instead of PIR as the is a lot of trees around Can you help please Many thanks John
  13. I don't think so, you will need to readdress and reconfigure the loop. You can add the device though
  14. Yes that looks correct, however be careful with UK bt lines as they are changing to an ip core
  15. When installing the 205 0001 to a Sita 200 plus panel, can this be installed without software being required?
  16. I have an Infinite Prime Alarm System installed. The alarm system has a PSTN module which I want to setup.I intend to run a two wires (blue/white and white/blue) from the master socket to the micro filter marked ‘from VDSL Line’.The two ‘OUT’ wires marked ‘To Modem’ would go to the two terminals on the PSTN module. Is this correct?Is the PSTN module performing like a modem? I do apologise for my lack of ignorance regarding the function of a PSTN module.Thanks
  17. I have the exact same problem. It worked absolutely fine, then I did a factory reset, and ever since then I have been unable to access the user menu when dialling in, but pressing 9 after confirmation works. I haven't yet found a solution.
  18. It looks like you changed the keypad address
  19. Just reduced the volume on the keypad by pressing and holding D then typing code 2000 to get into keypad menu. Adjusted to volume 1 and the sound reduce as this was completed. Pressed A to save and exit but keypad is frozen and no button works now. I can’t reset using numbers, proximity tag, key fob or app as access is denied. Need advice as to get the alarm working again. Help please.
  20. Agreed I'd look at that even takex max at 18v You could use optex redwall sensors but they are an external detector. As Selfmon says I'd look to convert down
  21. Just use a low cost dc-dc converter to step 24v down to 12v. Easier than sourcing 24v sensors.
  22. This is for internal detection. The alarm controller is designed for a commercial vehicle that runs on a 24v supply. The supplied sensors are ultrasonic intended for use in the confined space of a truck cab and therefore not suitable for the wide space on a bus with draughts around the doors. The alarm box has auxiliary connections for normally open or closed contacts which the manufacturer has advised could be used with a regular internal PIR that will operate on a 24v supply (but they do not supply)
  23. Is this internal or external detection But if your using a control panel is this not 12v?
  24. I am looking for some alarm PIR sensors that will operate on a 24v DC supply for use on a double-decker bus that is being converted to a Men’s Shed workshop. The standard bus supply is 24v and the alarm contacts would need to be either N/O or N/C as the alarm control panel does not use EOL resistors. Please could you suggest some suitable devices.
  25. Hi Is that 2 call buttons, 2 entrances with 1 call button or 2 handsets and 1 external unit with 1 button? so one is totally wireless the other has a cable between handset and call station? They are diy products so im not suprised Thats fine so an old standard definition camera (906h)?
  26. Hi I’m after a smart doorbell with led screen possible two call points with camera for outside. One on battery and one has cats 5 cable to customer wants it going to his phone if he is out. Don’t want ring also had bad experience with hik that has same looking outside button as ring. Also need fixed turret outdoor camera low definition with I.r anolouge
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