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Yale wirefree Premium Alarm Kit HSA6400

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  • Top of the range house alarm that will ring you when triggered for the ultimatepeace of mind
  • The telecommunicating panel can store up to 3 telephone numbers and will call them in sequence
  • The system can be armed/disarmed using a touch-tone telephone (land line or mobile)
  • Features a digital display that can be tailored to individual requirements
  • Length of entry/exit can be tailored to meet your needs
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Technical Details
Part Number HSA6400
Item Weight3 Kg
Product Dimensions73 x 37.4 x 8.6 cm
Item model numberhsa6400
Item Package Quantity1
Weight3 kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB002D38J8C
Best Sellers Rank 2,241 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 Kg
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Date First Available21 Sep 2008
  
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Product Description

Kit Contains1 siren box with flashing LED1 telecommunicating control panel2 PIR movement detectors2 door/window contacts1 dummy siren boxFeaturesNo Damage to home decor100% WirefreeEasy to InstallSimple Menu SystemExpandable up to 20 devicesModern AestheticsCompact and Slim Line devices1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee

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419 of 422 people found the following review helpful By dubdee1000 on 31 Oct 2010
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Like many of the other reviews, i rate this alarm quite highly. There are a number of features to commend it, notably some of the anti-tamper features, however don't think that its bulletproof. Some wireless alarms can be jammed by the sort of phone jammer you can get on Ebay. This isn't one of them and an attempt to jam the alarm when armed will cause the siren to go off. All of the sensors have tamper features that will sound an alarm if someone trys to remove them or deactivate them. This is also true of the siren which has a spring inside it that will cause an alarm if someone trys to remove it from the wall. I bought mine from Hunters, whose price seems to change like the wind. At the moment, Homebase seems to be the cheapest, especially when on offer

A couple of weak spots though which the install manual doesn't cover:

An easy way to stop the siren ringing is to smash it, therefore site it carefully and if possible, make use of this systems capability to use more than one siren. It comes with a dummy siren, identical to the live siren, so my advice to keep the burglar guessing which siren is live and get another live siren. They're about £40. If the burglar gets lucky and smashes one of your live sirens, the anti-tamper device will trigger and the remaining live siren will sound an alarm.

The conrol panel is a weak spot. Buy a key fob and hide the control panel. Again, if you have a break in, a burglar may try and smash the control panel to stop it calling out. (the siren will be sounding, but it may not call you)

Obvious one : Make sure the telephone plug cannot be removed from the socket. The control panel gives you 30 seconds by default from a door entry to sounding an alarm and calling you.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mr John W Reynolds on 9 Feb 2014
I chose this DIY system after cancelling an ADT installation. ADT were going to instal pet friendly sensors but the sensors are no good for cats as the pets have to stay below 1m, my cats jump and climb!!
Contrary to popular belief, these wireless alarms are fitted with anti jamming technology which means if a radio jamming device is used, the alarm will be triggered and will have to be reset via the entry code.
I installed one of these systems after being burgled in December 2013. It took about two hours over two days. The scariest part was screwing the alarm to the outside wall (I hate ladders and heights and my brickwork must be made of the hardest type of brick).
I installed two normal motion sensors, five door sensors and two key fobs to the system. The system is really flexible and has two alarm modes, at home and away from home. Individual sensors and door sensors can be programmed simply to be either. At home sensors will not activate the alarm if you are walking around your house whilst the system is 'at home' alarmed but will activate the alarm when in 'away' mode. Plan your system carefully.

1. Think like a burglar and seek out vulnerable parts of your home on the outside e.g. Secluded back gardens and conservatories. The burglars in my case shattered the glass in a conservatory panel by forcing the window at the base, they then entered and forced a locked doubled glazed window to gain access to the kitchen, they were very determined to get in and made little noise as my neighbour was home during the break in.
2. Carefully zone up your home especially if you have pets, where are they allowed and not allowed when 'away' mode is armed. My cats are kept in the core rooms of my house when I'm away so rooms to the exterior of the property can be armed.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By D. Finkenzeller on 9 Jun 2010
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I bought this alarm after looking round for a while; I wanted a wireless alarm that was expandable enough but not too complicated. This one fits the bill with complaints being limited to a few small nit-picky items.

The alarm kit has been added to with a load of extra pet-friendly PIR sensors, door/window sensors and a couple of remotes. We've set the control panel to beep when doors/windows are opened which is reassuring as we have 2 small children, so we get an indication of anyone opening doors/windows.

The external siren has LEDs in it which we thought would flash to indicate the alarm was on; they flash when the alarm is armed, but they don't run constantly which is what we expected. I've modified mine by adding light sensitive ultra-bright flashing LEDs (Maplins kit) which attracts attention to the siren/dummy siren after dusk.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joddie on 30 July 2011
First of all, credit to Amazon for their service and value, I have seen this product £60 more expensive online. Delivery within two days, (estimated 4-6). so once again Amazon have a contented customer.
Regarding the product, It lives up to its description of being a 'premium' product. Expandable, versatile and easy to install. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, though I made the mistake of reading the manual from front to back before instalation, and suffered from a little information overload. If the manual if followed , step by step, as you undertake the instalation, it becomes easier to comprehend. If I could find find fault with it, the cables for mains and telephone conection are short, both around 2 metres.
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