Most do not. Please check with your local jurisdiction (city, county, etc.).
The alarm panels do have the ability to answer an incoming call. The person calling will hear a “fax” like tone or the words “System System”. This feature is activated by calling the home allowing the phone to ring one … Continued
No, smoke detectors cannot be bypassed or turned off.
The lights on wireless detectors are turned off to help conserve the life of the batteries in the detector. However, the motion detector is still detecting motion in the area the light beam would’ve covered.
Yes, wireless systems can be moved. Some charges may apply.
The alarm system is wired to take priority over all of the lines in the home. This prevents the system from being defeated by having a phone “off the hook” in the home.
If you’re a ReadyHome customer, yes. Modules can be purchased that can be interfaced between light circuits and your system. We also offer light bulbs that can be controlled.
Yes, all of our security systems have the ability to program more than one user code. Depending on the type of system, the total number of codes will vary.
Normally, written permission from the landlord is required, along with written instructions as to the disposition of the equipment once your lease is fulfilled. Please refer to your rental agreement.
Do you have an internet connection at your home? Are cameras plugged in? Try rebooting the cameras and your ReadyHome router to reconnect the cameras. Try rebooting the camera using these steps: Unplug and replug the camera from the wall. … Continued