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Galaxy FX050

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by BlueGrass, 13 Feb 2020.

  1. BlueGrass

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    Hello

    I have recently purchased a property and found it to have an alarm system already installed.

    There is a grey metal box which says Galaxy FX050. It has a wire leading to the telephone socket, another to the main fuse box and a third one to two small square boxes and a keypad. The control panel has a ADT logo on it.

    The wires lead to the telephone socket is not connected to it, neither is the one to the main fuse box. I opened the control panel and there is a small battery inside which has been disconnected.


    My question is can I use this?

    If I can, can I set this up as a standalone alarm system. I dont really want to pay a subscription to anyone.


    Thank you

    Please let me know

    BG
     
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  3. sircerebus666

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    There's a member on here called galaxyguy who is the expert on all things here to do with galaxy systems , hopefully he will be along to help you
     
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  4. GalaxyGuy

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    Hi, yes you will be able to reconfigure the system to run stand alone. Also, if you add an A083-00-02 or A083-00-10 Ethernet card (~£100) you can also self monitor via push notifications and have full remote control of the panel when away from home using Honeywell's free GX app.
     
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