Wednesday, 18 September 2013
IOS 7 for iPhone and iPad, coming today in the UK,
later this evening, I will be installing onto, iPhone 4S and iPad 2, is this going to be a good upgrade?
I'll post a little review, or thought of what I think later, after installing.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO UPGRADE YOUR IOS, PLEASE BACK UP YOUR DEVICE BEFORE INSTALLATION.
Saturday, 14 September 2013
Have you pre ordered the new iPhone 5c today?
Or will you be in a Big line outside Appel, next week for the new iPhone 5s?
Let us know, like, comment.
I think if you have the iPhone 5, it may not be a big upgrade for you, however if you have a 4s or earlier iPhone, I think iPhone 5s is a good upgrade.
IOS 7 is due for release on iPad and iPhone on Wednesday, I think is good, a little strange at first, but after a while, you do get to appreciate the update.
A new iPhone 5s, with IOS 7, will be a big upgrade.
Apple have a good way of keeping things that so as not to make a big change, without leaving others in the past with there old apple products.
Thursday, 12 September 2013
wireless alarms Liverpool, from absolute alarms, has had over 5000 hits since its launch since march. Absolute has only used this website for Merseyside, we think this isn't a bad result for a small company
Wednesday, 4 September 2013
Monday, 2 September 2013
http://www.wirelessalarmsliverpool.org.uk/ we have only had this new local website up since February 2013. We have had over 4000 hits and sold outstanding amounts of wireless alarms systems this year. We believe we give best value for money on our wireless systems, without subjecting you to contracts or gimmicks.
If you are in the merseyside region, then call us for a free quotation, remember we only use pro systems, starting off with grades of class 2 grade 2 systems. NO DIY
Sunday, 1 September 2013
Also it should be remembered that in a full security alarm service, there are other tests which have not been mentioned in this article and it’s always advisable to have your alarm serviced from time to time by a qualified engineer.
Absolute can do a simple service from just £29.
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You can guarantee that virtually every single time I am called out to repair a burglar alarm, it is one of five faults that usually occur
Probably the biggest fault that you get on a security alarm which has been installed for over five years, or a system that has not had a service in that time, is the internal battery on the panel will be completely dead. Sometimes this has caused the 1.2 AMP on the circuit board which is in line with the trickle charger to blow. This means there is no rechargeable current going into the battery any more.
The second biggest fault I would think is that the tamper circuit on the control panel has gone open-circuit. The Tampa circuit consists of a loop of wire that runs throughout all the passive infrareds, shock sensors and magnetic contacts in the building. It is one big series loop and this will often have gone open-circuit and this will cause the internal tamper sound to have occurred on the control panel. When the customer puts in their user number to stop the sound, it does extinguish the internal sound but it usually leaves an LED lit on the panel saying tamper and the system will not work again until this circuit has been closed.
The third most likely fault is with the personal attack circuit which is once again a series loop of wiring that goes out to the siren box running through a micro switch that closes when the lid goes down on the self-acting siren box. The micro switch is sometimes faulty and with this circuit it’s like the tamper circuit but the difference being that when it goes open circuit it sets the full alarm system into activation rather than just the internal tamper sound. The repair is to replace the tamper switch in the siren box outside.
Probably the fourth most recognisable fault with a burglar alarm system caused by the fact that the external self-acting siren box is mounted on the wall outside and exposed to the weathering elements. Inside the self-acting siren box there is a printed circuit board that in the older units could be affected by damp conditions after a number of years. In the new up-to-date units they usually enclosed this printed circuit board in its own self-contained plastic box to protect it from damp.
The fifth reason that a hardwired security alarm system can stop working is quite simply because one of the various small 1.2 amp glass fuses on the main printed circuit board inside the control panel. You just need to physically check these, but it can be difficult to see if the very fine fuse wire is blown. Once again a multimeter with the continuity tester is the reliable way of checking.
These are the simple things that can go wrong on a small domestic alarm
Higher class systems don't just use a loop circuit, they have end of line resisters of two types, other systems have ID line resisters, otherwise known as biscuits.
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