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Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm Kit (97114)

The Standard Alarm is a basic keypad operated system ideal for a flat, terraced, or semi-detached home. Keypad enables you to set or unset the alarm via an access code. The system is pre-set with a 20 second exit/entry period and will allow the entire property to be either armed or disarmed. Keypad is portable. For use with the Yale Premium Alarm range, compatible with all HSA6000 products.

  • 20-Zone Control Panel
  • Tamper Alert
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • 1 Memory Setting
  • 30m Wireless Range
  • Siren Alert
  • Walk Test

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£109.99INC VAT

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Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm Kit is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 52.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Basic Alarm & Good Price This is a good basic “peace of mind” alarm system suitable for a small house, flat or shed etc. that can be easily installed by a competent DIY handy person. The tools I used were: A small Phillips head screwdriver (mine was a magnetic type from a Halfords socket set) a set of jeweller's screwdrivers-using the small flat blade one to actuate the siren DIP switches but also useful for removing the keypad rear cover and replacing the 2032 lithium battery in around 18 months time. A decent, ideally rechargeable hammer drill with a set of masonry drills including a small one as a pilot (the siren fixing isn't adjustable and must be accurately drilled) along with a 6mm for the long screws wall plugs-with a 6.5mm to open up the hole to about 5mm depth for the plug screw entry shoulder so that they sit tight in the brick with a fairly light tap with a pin hammer. By the way, do invest in some safety glasses and you need some decent high steps if it's a firm level surface or some extending ladders-the siren needs to be as high as possible on an external wall. Read through and follow the instructions in exact order-I made an A4 card template for the siren fixings, levelled it and gaffer taped it to the wall ensuring that the drill holes and the wall switch spring were clear of the mortar. Set up the siren-I put mine with the back facing into a small plastic waste bin/Holsten ice bucket so as not to disturb the wall switch-just in case! Learn in the other bits as described including the HSA6060 key fob-a worthwhile optional extra that Screwfix stock at a good price. Carefully fit the siren and ensure the smart bright yellow cover is hooked under the siren back plate before doing up the fixing screw. Check the chosen wall area with a cable/pipe checker before fixing the PIR sensors-if like me you find cables and pipes, clean the wall area and the PIR with Tesco lemon wipes, leave to dry then use Gorilla Heavy Duty Mounting Tape, first on the unit then cut and trim with some old but sharp scissors and firm it well to the unit, remove the pesky backing (take a deep breath and pick away at the corners before finally pulling it off-remember: patience is a virtue!) then carefully line it up and press it firmly in place 2 metres up from the floor. BTW this stuff sticks like s**t to a blanket and it isn't moveable or removable-if there's wall paper forget it and find another suitable spot etc. The door/window switches need to be very close and perfectly aligned, with UPVC that has chamfered or contoured frames that will need hard packing say, hard plastic again using the Gorilla stuff as before. Before mounting though, rather than hand holding the switch and magnet in place use Blu Tack for checking-ensure any residue is cleaned of before fixing.
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy to fit and use The alarm took me under an hour to fit.the instructions we're easy to follow with no problems.programming was straight forward.would highly recommend
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm So easy to pair the devices with the alarm box, no ridiculous programming simply open them up on your kitchen worktop, press pair on everything in order and away you go, install where desired and put the covers back on, tamper feature reactivates - Job done :-)
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from you get what you pay for Its ok for the money but a couple of major floors ive found, 1st..you have to press hard on the buttons to set it and need to be near the bell box to hear it beep to make sure its set as sometimes it dosnt set when you press the button, The main downfall is the delay before it goes off, you cant seem to change it and it takes so long to go off a burglar could grab allsorts and get away before it goes off, Theres also a 20 second delay before it sets but its silent and would be good if it made the usual beeping sound other alarms make while setting so at least you would know its set ok. I must point out its not scew fixes fault tho as they gave excellent service as usual.
Date published: 2017-03-21
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Adding a different control panel

Hi Since there is no audible alert that the alarm is on when entering the house, can a different control panel with audible alerts be added to avoid the alarm going off when I forget to deactivate it. Thanks
Asked by: Toxovic

Do you have to have wifi in your home to connect this too?

Asked by: Kingkong93
Hi No this system doesnt require WIFI to work it uses batteries and radio frequencies to communicate Thanks Yale Consumer Team
Answered by: Yale Consumer Team
Date published: 2017-07-17

Where can i purchase a PET PIR for this system?

Asked by: Williams1111
Hi The Pet PIR for this system is HSA6021 this is available from online reatilers Thanks Yale Consumer Team
Answered by: Yale Consumer Team
Date published: 2017-07-14

Can this system be extended with the HSA6020 wire-free PIR

Asked by: Arwel99
Hi Yes this is the compatible PIR for this system thanks Yale Consumer Team
Answered by: Yale Consumer Team
Date published: 2017-07-12

What is the difference between the HSA6200 and the EF-SKIT Easy-Fit Starter Alarm kit

Asked by: artwill
Hi The HSA6200 is the older model and works on 434mhz and you have to learnt the devices in, the Easy Fit Starter Kit is on frequency 868mhz and is pre learnt in. Thanks Yale Consumer Team
Answered by: Yale Consumer Team
Date published: 2017-07-15
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Specification
Alert Mode Siren Alert
Battery Type Lithium
Brand Yale
Colour Yellow/White/Grey
Fixings Supplied Fittings Supplied
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model Name HSA6200
Model No B-HSA6200
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 266 mm
Product Height 141 mm
Product Type Wireless Alarm Kit
Product Width 267 mm
Total Product Weight 1.648 kg
Wireless Range 30 m

12 x 12m PIR detection range. 104dB siren with LED strobe. W x D x H: 267 x 266 x 141mm.

Product contents

2 x PIR movement detectors, 2 x door / window contacts, siren and strobe, remote keypad, batteries and fixings.

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Instruction Manual