How to fix Pyronix alarm faults Pyronix is a well-established UK manufacturer of burglar alarms which was acquired by Hikvision, making a whole nu
How to fix Pyronix alarm faults
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The most common Pyronix Euro alarm problems
Pyronix are a fairly robust manufacturer of alarms, and if you’ve got a wired version of their system then you’re likely to have had few problems over the years. The great news is that these types of alarm system can last for years, and importantly if its wired then can also be easily updated – for example adding smart technology functionality or adding new / different sensors.
The most common faults with Pyronix alarms include:
– Pyronix Euro alarm battery fault: read how to change a Pyronix alarm battery here >>
– Pyronix Euro alarm reset issue after power cut: read how to reset a Pyronix Euro alarm here >>
– Pyronix Euro alarm reset after activation: read how to reset Pyronix alarm here >>
– Pyronix Euro alarm code change: read how to change Pyronix alarm code here >>
– How to re-programme a new alarm code on a Pyronix Euro alarm: read how to re-programme a Pyronix alarm here >>
Tips on fixing your Pyronix alarm
Although alarm systems are fairly simple, when errors occur it can be quite complex fixing them if you’re not trained / don’t know what you’re doing. For example, if you do try to fix your alarm yourself you need to be aware that
– Once you open the alarm panel without the engineers code (which you won’t have and will in general be specific to the alarm engineer who installed your system) then the alarm will ‘go off’ (i.e. make a loud racket!)
– Opening the alarm panel lid, you’ll see inside your alarm is a hornet’s nest of wires – amongst which is an alarm battery
– One of the most common alarm problems are to do with battery faults – with alarm batteries lasting 4 to 5 years on average, and older alarm batteries causing problems to the alarm beyond power failure problems when there’s a power cut. It’s important to understand though that replacing your alarm battery can be tricky – as the battery will be surrounded by the mess of alarm cables, and there’s a risk of either you dislodging a wire (causing a fault) or getting an electric shock (fro the 240V power).
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