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DAS alarms (Direct Alarm Supplies) are very popular in Australia and operating them can be easily managed from the keypad or remote key fobs. According to security companies they are very easy to work with from a service point of view.
We sell a good range of reconditioned keypads for many older type DAS alarm systems. We do alarm system battery replacements, factory defaults, repair beeping DAS alarms and resets for many types of DAS security systems.
We can repair your key fobs if they get damaged including adding additional remotes if this is necessary.
DAS alarm resets can be performed by defaulting the system especially if you have shifted into a new home. This would be the case if the program code is unknown and makes this complicated to do yourself. A full factory default is required to DAS alarms. If your code pad is beeping, this is a sign that your alarm system needs servicing.
Alarm Maintenance repairs alarm systems that may go OFF intermittently during the day. Various equipment faults may be the culprit to siren fault conditions, zone trouble fault, box tamper indicator and zone battery low. Best to have your system serviced straight away as this noise could go on unexpectedly during the night. Give us a ring in the morning and we will try and have this fixed for you the same day in the afternoon
Environmental and various system faults may cause a beeping keypad and trouble light to occur. Our experienced service technicians can analyze and repair zone trouble faults, box tamper issues and zone low battery to your NX security alarm system
In most cases the NBN updated rollout to your DAS (direct alarm supplies) alarm system will make alarm system monitoring obsolete. A service light condition and or beeping keypad sound happens when your alarm tries to dial either a monitoring control room, mobile or a residential landline phone number with no success. It is likely that the receiving number didn't work (line fail fault). In this case you need to ring your network service provider to check if your alarm can be compatible to this new network.
Ensure the READY light is on (areas are sealed)
Enter USER CODE eg. 4 5 6 7 or just press ON
Make sure that that the ARMED & Green ON light comes ON
ARMING YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM ---- To Arm the DAS system, close doors and windows. The green "READY" light on the code pad will be lit when all zones and sensors are sealed. If any of the zones are isolated, a detector in that zone can be tripped without affecting the "READY" light. The system will not arm if the "READY" light is not on. With the "READY" light illuminated, you may now arm the security system with your pin Code. Each time a key is pressed on the keypad, a short tone (beep) will sound. If the code pad beeps three times after a code entry, it is an indication that the code has not been accepted. Press the [#] key (reset) and re-enter a valid code. The DAS code pad beeper can be silenced by re-entering your four digit pin code. If the DAS "POWER" light flashes, that means you have loss to mains power or a low battery. When the security system is ARMED, the indicator "ON" light will now illuminate indicating that the system is now ready to be set. You can now leave the premises within the preset exit delay time.
Enter USER CODE eg. 1 2 3 4
Red ON light on the keypad goes OFF
When you return to your property the code pad will sound a continuous beeping sound for the duration of the entry time delay time. Enter your code within this entry time and the red [ON] light will turn OFF, and the tone will cease. The security system is now DISARMED. If your code is not entered before the end of the entry time delay, an alarm will sound. (NOTE: IF THE EXTERNAL BLUE LIGHT IS FLASHING WHEN RETURNING TO YOUR PROPERTY, THE DAS ALARM SYSTEM HAD BEEN TRIGGERED AND THE RED "ARMED" LIGHT WILL START FLASHING AS WELL, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER YOUR PROPERTY AND RING YOUR SECURITY PATROL COMPANY.)
Alarm Maintenance Security Licence 71826620S