[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle
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[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle

Hi Gang - I just wanted to chime in on this message with information on 
a feature that is available to counteract the technique of interupting 
power to the alarm system.  We offer a battery backup siren module that 
has an internal power supply to supplement the external power from the 
car.  If power is cut off to the alarm, or even to the siren itself, 
the siren will automatically sound.  It can only be turned off at that 
point with a special key.  This siren can be wired around a battery cut 
off switch so that you can still use the switch without interupting 
power to the siren.  This siren module is compatible with all of our 
Wings-A-Loft alarm systems, and with most other alarm systems that are 
available.  Just thought that somebody might find this information 
useful in light of the topic of conversation.

Toby Peterson VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC    

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stainlessilusion" <5n-@xxxx> wrote:
> As a side note: If you're installing an alarm make sure you're wiring 
> it's supply and ground directly to the battery. I had someone who 
> I have an alarm in my car- actually go and cut my battery wires 
> the alarm would be dead too. When my pager went off I went outside to 
> see what/who was disturbing my car-only to notice an old 80's rusted 
> out tow truck speeding off with no license plates, didn't think much 
> of it until the next day when I went to start the car....-----Dani B. 
> #5003

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