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Intruder alarms etc

Discussion in 'General Exploring Chat Forum' started by Mps6, Jun 9, 2016.

  1. Mps6

    Mps6 28DL Full Member
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    just wondering as to people's experience with alarms, had a few explores cut short by alarms. The first of which was very obviously a ligament security firm set up, but the second one we encountered on a different location was fairly quite and sounded like it was more a deterrent more then anything. Anyone else come over possible deterrent alarms, or anyone stuck around long enough to find out.
     

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  2. DrGonzo

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    Depends on the place really, 95% places I have been to either the alarms are silent (doubtful) or they don't have them. I recently went to a house that had been compulsory purchased by a mining company where the door had been left open, the house was alarmed but we only had what I guess was a warning tone to show that it hadn't set properly. Left anyway as it was a pretty busy area. Other times the alarms have been going off when we arrived, just hung out for a bit to see if anyone would respond, when no one did we went in.
    I'm not sure quite sure on whether this would be allowed and it's not something I have done when out, but one could just put some tape over the front of the acess PIR's real quick, leave wait for the alarm to be re-set or quit then return without triggering them.... Anyone have any thought's on that?
     
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