expired $695 for Bosch Ultma 880 3 Sensors Home Security System Fully Installed

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Cheapest I have found and seems they have 10 years history in Melbourne.

Edit: Thanks Maz78 - Apparently http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Home-security-system-fully-instal... only $520.

Edit: nd here http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Bosch-Alarm-FULLY-INSTALLED-490-/... $490.

Looks like there are cheaper deals if you look around.

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    This seems pretty cheap with installation, I do wonder how much is actually hard wired.

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      the only wiring is to the sirens & strobe - the rest is wireless.

      and yes a landline is required AFAIK.

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    Am I right in assuming these "call your mobile" things still require access to a phone line, rather than use a SIM card? I want an alarm system but want one that doesn't need access to a phone line to alert me.

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    It's actually all hard wired from what they told me. yes you do need landline, they will do the wiring. No Mode 3 phone line conneciton though.

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      I'd prefer hard wired, more so because I'm and X-sparky/data cabler and I want my monies worth and I really don't want to be changing out batteries in sensors because I'm lazy…

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      What'a a "mode 3" phone line connection? How to they hook them up to the phone line? In my house I put a powerpoint up on the top shelf in my wardrobe, deliberately to have an alarm system installed there later on (the main unit with the battery backup). There's no phone point though, which is why I wanted a GSM (sim card) option.

      I have a phone line in the roof running across the bedroom ceiling (that's where it goes outside the house, under the power beter box). Do they cut the phone line in the roof, put in an adapter / ADSL noise filter etc and wire it up via that?

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        All the power and phone connection are directly from the roof. Mode 3 means the phoneline goes directly to alarm, then using central splitter to phone/adsl. Monitoring companies will want this kind of connection so that the burglars can't simply take the phone off the hook and the alarm can't call out.

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    I have been thinking about getting a basic alarm since moving into our new house, but need one that won't be set off by our smallish dog. Anyone know what's involved?

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    Make sure you double check that your landline can dial the security system number. Tpg can not ring a secure number. My alarm has a wired in 3g device that uses no phone line. Way more secure.

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    Not for Sydney :(

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    Found similar.

    Hard wired is $595 and wireless is $695.
    They do it in Sydney

    http://www.silverarrowsecurity.com.au/home-alarm-system-spec...

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    Is this really a good deal??
    I've found an auction on ebay that has the same alarm system full installed as well for $500~

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Home-security-system-fully-instal...

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      Apparrently yours is a better deal.

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      It's a good price. From memory I paid about $350 for those parts 4 years ago.

      Note that ebay ad says it's installed by a technician, not an electrician. It's a couple hours work to install. TBH you can install sensors easily. The keypad could be a bugger to install as it's not positioned close to the roof like the sensors are.

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