Wireless battery operated Live siren gives out a 110db sound.Sounding for a minimum of 7 mins.
Incase of power failure the alarm will continue to work on it's backup battery.
Dummy Siren Box.
Smoke detector also sends alarm, tamper, maintenance and battery condition alerts to the control panel.
Wireless Emergency Button
Easy to arm and disarm the alarm from anywhere in the home.
Can be programmed to call you when triggered.
Works as a wireless keypad and gives you access to control the alarm system from wherever you are.
Alarm uses home landline to call your mobile when triggered.
One year onsite warranty
All devices communicate wirelessly via their own frequency.
Can use when you go out and also at night.
Yale Premium Telecommunicating Alarm is a basic keypad operated system ideal for a flat, terraced, or semi-detached and detached home. This alarm will alert upto 3 phone numbers of your choice about any intruders and can be managed from your phone. An access code on the keypad can be used to enable and disable the alarm. A preset 20 second exit/ entry period will allow the entire property to be either armed or disarmed, and has a 30 metre range. It uses easy to use alkaline batteries and average battery life is over 2 years. Up to 20 devices can be connected to this alarm system.
20 additional devices can be added including:
- PET friendly PIR sensors
- Linked smoke alarms
- Remote Keyfobs
- Additional PIR sensors
- Additional door/window contacts
- System can be expanded anytime in the future
Easy to install alarm system which holds 3 auto-dial alert telephone numbers for contacting you if the alarm is activated. Can be set and unset by phone, allowing part arming of the system. Includes tamper warning protection. Can be expanded with up to 20 Yale devices, available separately.
Our installers on arrival for installation may recommend further addition of PIRs or door contacts or other security devices to ensure all parts of your property is protected to adequate levels.
All types of houses
Small to Medium Offices
Flats and Apartments
will call to
arrange fitting date
Home Security Survey
Yale 6400 is a very easy to use and user friendly alarm. It can be operated in the following options. 1 When the system is disarmed (alarm off), press the arm key on the Yale 6400 control unit, keypad or keyfob. 2 The control unit will start its countdown. 3 When the exit delay time is up, the control unit will sound a long beep. The siren will beep once and the strobe will flash once after the exit delay has expired. ‘Alarm on’ will be displayed on the screen and the system is now in away armed.
The Yale 6400 siren will sound when triggered for a pre-selected time of 4 or 10 minutes, chosen by you. The system will automatically be re-armed again after this time period has elapsed.
It is possible to have several sirens, yes. However, only one unit can be programmed with a siren-based alarm. Separate sirens can be purchased by calling us on 0800 193 8727 or from our installers at the time of installation and ‘dummy’ boxes are also available.
The Yale Premium Alarm siren uses standard, non-rechargeable, D-type alkaline batteries. It is not solar powered and does not require electric supply.
A maximum of three contact numbers can be stored. The Yale alarm is connected to a working telephone point in your house and uses your landline to call 3 numbers of your choice, mobiles or landlines.
Yale siren batteries should be refreshed every 12 - 16 months. The unit will ’beep’ five times when arming the system to inform you that the battery power is too low. Please call us when this happens and we can book a service for you. Further details are to be found in the manual.
It doesn't. If you need an alarm for insurance purposes this one's not for you. If you're not doing it for insurance then it really is excellent alarm system and well worth the money. We do have a range of alarms that comply with EN50131 standard, please get in touch and we can help you choose one.
Yale Premium Telecommunicating Alarm requires a telephone point for calling functionality and plug socket in the hallway for power supply for the control panel. If one of these are not available, you can place the panel in another room with telephone supply and power supply and add an additional keypad to the alarm package for a n additional fee. If the telephone point or landline is not near the location of the panel, we can also supply and run additional cables to the location of the panel at an additional fee of £25- £50, depending on the length of the cable and work involved.
Yes you can, the Yale 6400 alarm is zone controllable. You can use them in the day when you go out and in the night when you sleep, where only part of the alarm will work. The idea is, you can get up and go to toilet without triggering your burglar alarm, but will go off if a burglar tries to break while you are in bed.
> Yes it will. Yale 6400 has a built in PSTN Dialler which uses your landline to dial upto 3 pre-programmed numbers including mobile numbers. You cannot add a GSM Dialler, please take a look at the Yale Smart Home Alarm or the Visonic and Risco Range of Alarms if you would like to use a GSM Dialler option.
No. The Yale 6400 Premium Alarm is a one way communicating alarm, allowing the alarm to only notify you when something goes wrong. To use the Mobile app you require a two way communicating alarm. Have a look the Yale Easy Smartphone Burglar alarm or our Visonic Powermaster range and Risco Agility 3 range of alarms.
No, the Yale 6400 Premium Alarm does not have an IP module that is required for the camera features to work. Have a look at the Yale Easy Smartphone Alarm or our Visonic Powermaster range and Risco Agility 3 range of alarms.
Yes, we have Pet friendly Yale PIR Motion sensors that we would use where required. Yale PET detectors can work with pet’s upto 26 kilograms in weight.
No, the Yale 6400 Premium Alarm Alarms do not comply with EN50131 standards. Have a look at the Visonic and Risco alarms that do comply with EN50131 standards.