Maintenance

To ensure your Intruder Alarm System performs to its optimum efficiency, PD6662:2010 specifies the frequency at which preventative maintenance must be performed and the details of the maintenance.

SUMMARY OF M25 MAINTENANCE

  • Provision of a 24 hour emergency response service
  • Attend the premises within 4 hours in the case of an emergency

"An emergency means the system can not be set or the system is activating and cannot be silenced."

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE INTERVALS
The frequency of maintenance is dependant upon the Grade and Notification (signalling) of the alarm system.

Grade 1 notification A, B, C or D Once per annum
Grade 2 notification X Once per annum
Grade 2 notification A, B, C or D Twice per annum
Grade 3 notification A, B, C or D Twice per annum
Grade 4 notification A, B, C or D Twice per annum

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

  • During each visit the technician will carry out the following tests and inspections:
  • Ensure that the equipment is located as specified and operates satisfactory
  • Inspect all flexible connections on the system
  • Test by use of a Battery Discharge tester the standby battery to ensure correct functioning of the battery in case of mains failure
  • Satisfactory operation and programming of the control panel
  • The operation and programming of the control panel
  • Test the signal to the Alarm Receiving Centre (where exists) and verify with tem of its receipt
  • To fully set the alarm and cause it to activate by activating a sensor, check Alarm Receiving Centre (if exists) and the audible devices
  • Test all personal attack devices
  • Clean all equipment on system

CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
A technician is available throughout the year to contracted customers and will attend to all emergencies within 4 hours. "An emergency means the system can not be set or the system is activating and cannot be silenced."