The alarm has been triggered, but there is no intruder, or the alarm system is in a ‘Disarmed’ state. What could be the problem?

  1. If the system is armed, check the wireless motion sensors. A draught from an open window or ventilation duct could have possibly triggered the alarm.
  2. If the system is disarmed, then the Panic Alarm may have been accidentally triggered from the Remote Control Key Fob or Keypad. Ensure the keypad and remote control are out of reach from young children.
  3. If you have enabled ‘Jamming Detection’ mode on the Siren, then the alarm could have been triggered by radio signals from other radio equipment within range operating on the same frequency.