AD Alarms are approved installers of the Yale Easy fit telecommunicating alarm and this is a review of the new equipment.
The main advantage over the Yale East Fit Wireless Alarms is that they have increased the frequency from 433 MHz to 868 MHz
In the very early days of wireless security alarms it was often the case that other wireless equipment like police radios could interfere with wireless alarm equipment making the systems less stable and prone to false alarm conditions.
Wireless security alarm manufacturers started to produce wireless alarm equipment in the 433 MHz frequency, which was less cluttered by other devices making it is more stable.
But this has now been improved to wireless alarm equipment using the 868 MHz frequency which almost entirely is used only by wireless security alarms making it even more stable.
Another advantage of using the 868MHz in comparison to the more congested 433MHz.
Also another advantage of 868 MHz is the fact that it’s called “limited duty cycle” which means that all devices using this frequency are allowed to transmit for more than a few milliseconds, every second. This means that overall there are fewer devices at any given moment transmitting on 868 MHz, in fact manufacturers producing the chips for the equipment have stated that this frequency is at least 100 times immune from interference.
The system also has an improvement in its jamming detection which will help to prevent intentional signal location by would-be burglars. This is for an improved secure code transmission service, scrambling the signals not allowing people to easily locate the signal.
With the new Yale Easy fit telecommunicating alarm you have the best of both worlds, a more stable security wireless alarm with its inbuilt autodialler which can ring out to 3 telephone numbers if the system is activated. This gives the owners of the property the ability to monitor their own alarm system without having to pay an external company hundreds of pounds every year to do a similar job.
The cost of the new Yale Easy fit wireless security alarm has increased slightly in price but with this added security we truly believe this is still an extremely good value piece of equipment..
The new Yale wireless alarms are we believe , the 868 MHz in comparison to the older systems using 433 MHz, make a more stable security alarm. AD Alarms approved installers throughout the UK. Yale Easy Fit 868 MHz telecommunicating Alarm or Yale 868 Easy Fit MHz Standard Alarm or Yale Smarthome 868 MHz Alarm