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Wireless alarms

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by markc73, 2 May 2016.

  1. markc73

    markc73

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    Hello all, I'm looking at installing a wireless alarm, I know a wired version is better but its just not convenient for me to start lifting carpets and floorboards hence the wireless choice.

    I'm not looking to install a cheap system, I just want a good one.

    The three I have read most about are as follows:

    Mi Guard GSM G5
    Scantronic I-ON 16
    Pyronix Enforcer

    I have 3 zones downstairs (hall, living/dining & kitchen) plus landing.

    Hall comprises front door, stairs and internal door to living room. Plus small window 55" x 24" top opening.
    Living room comprises 2 internal doors (hall & kitchen), large french doors to rear and large front window 55" x 92" top opening and two side openings
    Kitchen comprises internal door (living room), rear door and 2 windows 47"x40 & 47" x 45" Both windows have top opening.
    All windows and external doors are upvc.
    Landing 4 internal doors to bedrooms & bathroom plus one window - no opening.

    I also have a large mews (aviary) that I would like to add a PIR to one section (has two areas that are separate).

    Out of the 3 I looked at which would be most suited, or is there a better option (except wired!!!!).

    Thanks in advance,
    Mark
     
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    Enforcer for me .... Other brands available !
     
  4. musszzy

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    I second that and just as good as wired with many advantages.
     
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