Battery Replacements

Alarm Control Panel Low Battery Services

Phone:1300 137 120  Mob: 0408 359 072

We Sell alarm battery replacements for Sensors and Main units to. These alarm batteries are ideal for many alarm systems and will replace any manufacturer.

Ness alarm Battery, Bosch alarm battery, DSC alarm Battery, Hills alarm battery, Honeywell alarm battery, Vista alarm battery, EDM alarm battery, Solution alarm battery, CK alarm battery, DAS alarm battery, Tecom alarm battery, IEI alarm battery, Nidac alarm battery and much more

An alarm system battery supplies back-up power to the alarm system during loss of mains

After 3 years the typical backup battery in a system will be very low or completely flat. In this case we will replace it and also give the system a full service

Australia Standards prefer you to change your alarm system battery regularly. It is recommended to replace a domestic alarm battery every 2-3 years and every year for commercial alarms. A low battery may not be able to run the system for very long in case of a power outage

If you have a low battery in a wireless sensor, a low battery message is displayed on the Keypad. The first indication of a low battery will display a service light fault, trouble light on, LO BAT for LCD Codepads, or low battery light on . A low battery condition can cause false alarms at random times regardless if the system is armed or disarmed. Alarm systems will also emit a beeping sound to indicate a problem.

We recommend a qualified technician is to replace the battery to ensure the reliable performance of your system. In most cases the alarm clock needs to be reset and we run a diagnostic check to reset the service light and beeping sound

 

If your system has wireless sensors, each sensor has at least one Lithium Battery. The system detects a low battery in any wireless sensor or wireless devices. Lithium batteries provide a minimum of 2 years operation, and in most cases provide up to 10 years battery life. Actual battery life will depend on the environment in which the sensor is used, the number of triggers that the wireless sensor has had to send, and the type of sensor used. Factors such as humidity, changes in temperatures may lead to the reduction of battery life for a detector.