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Menvier TS400

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by ronnie-12, 3 Aug 2020.

  1. ronnie-12

    ronnie-12

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    Hi , I have the above alarm system that came with my house when I bought it , Its Around 20 years old , over the 3 years I have had it I have updated parts as I have carried out work , Have replaced the battery when I moved in and I have replaced several of the sensors as the rooms have been plastered and completed ect , ( 4 done 3 left to do ) also replaced the door sensors when the DG was done as there where drilled inside the wooden door frames so I replaced them with surface mounted ones , What I want to doo next is firstly replace the bell box as its old and rusty and also the led and strobe no longer work so my main question is can this be replaced by any box available from the trade counters or do I need a specific one and also the final job would be to upgrade the keypad to a more modern style as the one I have at the moment is a horrible brown colour so again is that just a case of a swap over and set new code ect ?

    thank you for any advice given
     
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    Power, Bell Trigger, strobe trigger and tamper terminal so a conventional bell box should be possible.

    Power is a 1A fuse protected so should be fine
     
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    Any bell box will do ...unfortunately you can’t change the keypad as they don’t make it anymore ....new keypad and control panel is the only solution
     
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    straight forward to do or bit complex ?
     
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    relatively straight forward
     
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