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SECURITY WIRELESS GSM HOUSE BURGLAR INTRUDER FIRE ALARM INCLUDES EXTRA PIR'S & DOOR SENSOR'S

by GADGET CITY
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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  • WIRELESS
  • ALERTED DIRECTLEY TO YOUR MOBILE (UPTO 5 ADDITIONAL NUMBERS)
  • LISTENING IN FUNCTIONALITY
  • FULL CONTROL FROM YOUR MOBILE
  • ADDITONAL PIR'S AND DOOR SENSOR'S
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ASINB0037PAP50
Best Sellers Rank 65,884 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.5 Kg
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Date First Available18 Feb 2010
  
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Control Panel has internal backup battery : 36hour back up. Can alarm remotely without the limit of distance. Support GSM/CDMA, English SMS to control system and arm / disarm Can support the function of motion detecting with alarm (Via PIR). Can pre-set 5 alarm Phone Numbers. Can make sure the safety of your home with password operation and control the alarm system by remote controllers and SMS to make it arm, disarm. Can control the switch of lights, air-condition and heater etc with the three output ports by mobile phone or telephone. Control panel has three input ports, which can be connected with three wired detectors. Linear wireless transmission distance in open air without block for control panel : up to 250M Can work with all kinds of wireless detectors or sensors, such as wireless PIR Sensors, beams, gas/smoke detectors, wireless panic buttons All the alarm system is wireless, no need to run wires and is a very easy DIY installation. Especially suitable for places where there is no telephone line. Wireless GSM System Receiver - It is the main part for the system, receiving processing, identifying signals automatically and inputting, storing, and outputting alarm messages. Motion PIR Detectors (Wireless) - Monitoring any movement at any position. Door Magnetic Detectors - Door, window, cabinet and other important places. It can be alarmed and will send a signal to the receiver once it detects movement. Remote controller (Key Fobs) - To control this system including arm, disarm and panic button. Siren - It can send out 120db when receiver alarms. Wireless Siren with Flash - It can send out 120db audio alarm and flash built-in LED. Wireless Smoke Detector - It can be alarmed immediately when smoke is detected. Wireless Panic Button - emergency help, once the button is pressed the system will alarm no matter whether it is armed or not.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb Alarm and easy installation 22 Mar 2011
I purchased this alarm for the mobile phone control functionality and it is superb ! I installed it over the weekend taking my time and making sure I read through the instructions. In summary, I fitted 4 x wireless PIR's, 1 door sensor and paired up all of the 4 x fobs and the panic alarm within a few hours. I didn't need to use the additional 3 door/window sensors, but I did fit one of the wireless PIR's in my shed and it works superbly without any cables and with the shed a distance of about 15 metres from the control box in the house ! The installation is really very simple:

1) Buy a PAYG SIM card, register it and put some credit on it.
2) Fit the SIM card, power on the control panel and send it text message(s) with your own mobile number so it will text you or ring you if the alarm is triggered.
3) Attach the batteries to the 4 x supplied PIR's and then simply switch the control panel off/on and it then pairs itself with the PIR's - no other connection/set up required for the PIR's.
4) Connect the claxon/siren (it comes with a remote controlled one and a hard wired one) - I just used the hard wired one which took all of 2 minutes to connect and test and boy it's loud !!
5) If you use the window/door sensors, simply place them side by side then pull them apart to trigger an alert after powering the control panel off/on once more and it pairs them (ie. it knows that they are part of your security setup from that point on). Then simply stick (double sided tape) or screw the two small sensors to your door/doorframe or window/windowframe and you're all set.

Now, if someone opens my shed door, or opens the back door or if there is any movement detected in the house, the alarm sounds, I receive a text message.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good value, but a bit fiddly 8 Sep 2012
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The extended kit has a control box, 4 control fobs, 4 door reed switches, 4 PIR sensors, a smoke detector and a mains powered outdoor siren with a tamper switch. Put your SIM in the tray at the back of the control box and switch on. You get 20 secs to 'pair' each remote unit before the control box drops into alarm mode, so it takes a while and a lot of switching on and off to get the whole lot paired and installed. You send control SMS messages to tell the control box your numbers for alarm messages, and to select the functions you prefer. Can take several dozen texts to get it exactly how you want it, so it helps if you have free texting on your mobile

It is vitally important to use a SIM belonging to a network with good coverage in your area, otherwise alarm messages will be delayed and the setting-up process will be horribly frustrating. PAYG is fine, you don't need a contract. I used a giffgaff SIM (O2 network) [...] which worked well for me.

The system works well. I've marked it down to 4 stars because the instructions though comprehensive are not in perfect English, One of the diagrams was wrong and needed an email to sort (quickly answered with advice that worked), Also, to pair all the sensors the control box battery back-up has to be off, while for the unit to work properly in alarm mode the back-up battery has to be on. The instructions don't mention this, or say how to do it, though it's pretty obvious once you catch-on. Inconspicuous switch on the back of the control unit.
The sounder has a 12v 0,5 amp separate supply (a small switched mains power supply is included), and is actuated by a wireless signal from the control box. It has no backup battery.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Does exactly what it says 13 Sep 2013
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HI. I bought this alarm system in April 2012 and have been using it ever since. It works exactly as it says and hasn't given me any trouble.
As regard installation. The instructions are slighlty tricky, but can be worked out nonetheless. After all when was the last time you installed a house alarm. I just took my time thinking it out. I labelled all the sensors with masking tape to make it easier and laid everything out in front of me and went thru it a few times before I installed it. I had no problems installing. Just took my time getting to understand the system. As I've never installed nor knew anything about house alarms prior to this.
I have saved a fortune compared to ordinary retail alarms of the same style.
TIP: If one sensor goes off while you are out (this happens with lots of systems) Just knock of the house alarm via your mobile phone and then reactivate the system the same way.This has happened me 3 times because of parcels thru letterbox or spiders etc If more sensors go off well then its a different story.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Alarm 12 Dec 2012
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I found it fairly simple to install even though the manual isn't in great English. After an initial simple set up I have expanded the system quite successfully.
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