CommPact Fully Expandable Startup Kit
The CommPact start up kit provides everything you need to keep your property safe. The CommPact system is fully expandable and can handle up to 32 wireless zones.
The CommPact Wireless Intruder Alarm System is named for its streamlined, space-saving design and offers cost-effective security and connectivity with all the essential functions of wirefree technology in one small, high-powered package.
Advanced features include remote access and maintenance of the CommPact via computers and smartphones, a built-in WiFi interface allows communication and email event notification to users.
**In order to stay connected to the App and cloud storage one of the following options will need to be selected. (This can be selected after the first year)
App with cloud connection only £6.95 inc VAT /month (Direct Debit)
This does not include any maintenance of the alarm system it only covers the connection to the cloud
Call out fees will apply.
Our Current charges, which includes work at your premises for up to one hour, are £55.00 + VAT on weekdays (9.00am to 5.00pm) and £65.00 + VAT outside theses hours
and during weekends and Bank Holidays these charges do not include the cost of materials, equipment, traveling time of telephone support.
Maintenance package with App cloud connection only £12.95 inc VAT /month (Direct Debit)
Cover includes all call outs, parts , labour, Full management of cloud connection and data storage along with 24/7 telephone support and one annual inspection.
Annual inspection includes the following tasks by our service engineer:
. Check the log/history of the alarm system since last maintenance service.
. Visually inspect all major alarm components including cabling & connections where accessible for signs of .deterioration or damage.
. Check mains power supply including charging rates.
. Check battery power supply including charging rates.
. Check and walk test all detectors.
. Check and test audible warning devices for correct operation.
. Check satisfactory operation of manually operated devices e.g. panic buttons.
. Check and test remote signalling equipment (where appropriate).
. Make adjustments or minor programming as necessary.
.Repair minor faults where necessary.
. Provide user training (if required).
. Log all test results.
. Return the alarm system to operational status.