will no longer be giving out paper copies of installation manuals with their alarms. That's not much use to a DIYer.
From their email
"Texecom is no longer supplying printed copies of installation manuals with Texecom electronic security products manufactured after Monday 21st January.
Printing hard copies of installation manuals and supplying with each individual product is extremely wasteful, increasingly expensive, damaging to the environment and, crucially, does not guarantee the latest information relating to digitally-enabled and remotely upgradable security products.
Texecom installation manuals are always available and always up to date to professional security installers on our free TexecomPro app and on the Texecom website.
Texecom has developed the TexecomPro app specifically to enhance and support professional installers who design, install and maintain Texecom security systems. Available free on iOS and Android, TexecomPro is the go-to resource for all Texecom technical information."
See the clever use of the word crucially?
So how does this post help DIYers?
Well you just sign up as a professional installer and make up any company name you want for free online access to their manuals. They do not check any details (I am sure a reader will register with them to prove this).
Of if you do not want to sign up then just email me with the Texecom manual you want and I'll email it to you.