For training in alarm troubleshooting and fault finding, we recommend TAVCOM
Tavcom Training Course Code AL 2.3
Faulty and non-maintained intruder and hold-up alarm systems will lead to significant additional demands of police attendance which may result in that response being withdrawn. In this course TAVCOM covers the most common causes of false alarms and what can be done to identify and rectify the problems.
Who should attend?
Installation and service engineers who have completed our Foundation Intruder Alarms course or a recognised equivalent training programme should attend this course.
What will you learn?
Delegates will be able to successfully identify, diagnose and rectify a range of intruder alarm faults within the guidelines of the Pan European standards.
- False alarm management
- Calibration and operation of test equipment
- Diagnosing and rectifying common faults
- Fault finding alarm transmission equipment
- Locating and rectifying cable faults
- AC/DC power supply problems
- Voltage drop and calculations
- Insurance prerequisites
- SSAIB and NSI inspectorates
- Protection from RFI and EMI
- Commissioning checks
- Preventive and corrective maintenance recommendations
- Remote servicing and programming
- Developing maintenance contracts
- Health and safety considerations
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