Melbourne Alarms & Monitoring provide professional service and repairs to home security systems across all suburbs of Melbourne
Expert Home Alarm Repairs and Service
All repairs carried out by Steve – one of Melbourne’s most experienced technicians. Guaranteed for 12 Months
Includes first 30 minutes on site
As with all technology, home security systems are fantastic when they’re working properly. However, if something goes wrong, it can causes a disruption to your daily routine. The disruption could be a minor annoyance or create real anxiety, depending on the nature and severity of the problem.The good news is most faults are easily fixed and I’ll show you right now how to fix some of the common faults that can occur in 2 of the most popular systems installed in Melbourne homes over the past few years.
You should consider calling us if:
- you have a faulty burglar alarm that isn’t working
- you’re having problems operating your security system
- you’re alarm is going off for no reason
- you’ve just moved into a property with no codes for the alarm system.
- your alarm asking for a reset, showing a telephone fail, tamper or low battery
- you need extra Remote Controls
Upgrade Your Alarm System
A system upgrade allows you to give your system a fresh look and new features
Generally, there are two different types of upgrades – full or partial.
This is where we replace your existing alarm control panel, codepad and back up battery and external siren. We connect all your existing motion sensors, door and window switches etc. to the new control panel.
This is a good option if:
your old alarm panel or codepad is old or faulty;
you want to take advantage of new features that are not available on your current alarm system – adding remote controls, arming your system at night, having your system call your mobile phone if an alarm occurs; and you want a more modern looking codepad.
A full upgrade is where all your existing motion sensors are removed and replaced with new modern-looking sensors.
Fault: codepad beeps every 60 seconds
Cause: The system is trying to let you know that a fault exists. Follow the steps to determine the cause.
1 -Press the AWAY button. That will temporarily stop the beeping.
2 – Press the ‘5’ button til you hear 2 beeps. The display now changes from it’s normal screen to the ‘Fault Anaylsis’ screen.
3 – Note the number or numbers that are displayed on the codepad. They point to the exact nature of the fault.
4 – Refer to this table from the User Manual that show you what the numbers mean:
Alarms we service
Ademco: Vista 10, Vista 12, Vista 20, Vista 50, Alert II, Alert II,I Advantage 3115, Advantage 4110, Advantage 4115, Advantage 5115, Sontrix
Bosch: Ultima 880, Solution 880, Solution 844, Solution 862, Solution 16i, Solution 16 Plus, Solution 64, Solution 144 , Solution 6000, HomeSecure 8, Secure 840 Ultima, 862 Ultima 880
C&K: 236,i 238i, 2316, iEclipse, Sierra, Spreadnet
Chubb: Chubbguard 100, Chubbguard 200, Chubbguard 300, Chubbguard 400, Chubbguard 500, Cryptoguard, Secure 6000 , Omega
Crow: PowerWave 8, PowerWave 16, Runner
DSC : PC 1550, PC 1565, PC 3000, PC 4020, PC5010, Classic
EDM: 905, 908 Solution 8, Solution 16
FAI Home Security: Security Guard 1, Security Guard 2, Security Guard 3, SG1, SG2, SG3, Guardpost
GE: Simon, Challenger V8
Hills/ Direct Alarm Supplies (DAS): Networx NX-4, Networx NX-8, Networx NX-12, Networx NX-16, Hills Reliance, Dl-100, DL-150, DL-200, DL-250, DL-300, Micro 8, Control 8
IEI: E36, E38, E32, E6800
MCM Electronics: Icon 8, Icon 16, CDX-8, Iris 8
Ness: D8, D16, D24, Eco 8, R 8, R 16, Security Guard 1, Security Guard 2, Secuirty Guard 3, Guardpost, Ness L8, Pro LX, Pro LD, Ness 5000, Ness 7000, Ness AP-1, Nessessity (5+)
Nidac: SPR-3, SPR-5, Nidac Voice Dialler
Pinkerton/PSA: Pinkerton Security Control Panel
Risco: Agility 3, LightSys, WisDom
Tecom: Challenger V8
Wormald: Integrity 223