Texecom premier elite wireless sounders

11 Oct 2009
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United Kingdom
Just wondering if anyone else has experienced same issue.

I fitted a premier elite wireless system just over 3 years ago. After about a year I had a battery fault on the internal sounder. Took the 8 lithium batteries out and tested them 7 were at 1.7v or above, one was 0.1v.

Now after just over the 3 years i was getting repeated tamper alarms on external sounder. So assuming it was probably a battery fault (since Texecom claim 2-3 years life on a set of batteries) have replaced them and exactly the same thing has happened. 7 are at 1.7v or above and one is completely shot.

So just wondering if this is a common problem and also would you save the Lithium AA's for future use or is it likely that they are all near end of life?
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Sure is .... I would keep them as spares had a couple of units with the same issue ...don’t fit Texecom wireless parts anymore ( still fitting hardwired )

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