Desperately need info on Brinks Alarm Programming - Please help!

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    jacobgrahn

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    I'm not sure if i am posting this in the correct place, but I've done a lot of research on Brinks Home Security and I understand that the security panels can not be programmed without ADT/Brinks coming out and using their programming tool. I have the BHS-3000 panel, and I want to be able to program this myself without paying ADT to come out.

    It's a longshot, but if anyone has any knowledge about programming a brinks system, or where I could get a programmer, I appreciate it soo much :)


    Thanks,
    Jacob
     
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    Bluejets

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    Searched Binks home security programming...page came up and listed your model.... Said programming easy BUT you must have the original master code OR bin it
     
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    Jacob, if you're still paying attention to this thread and haven't resolved your problem, give me a shout back here. I can tell you up front that your Brinks panel and keypad(s) are scrap unless you use ADT at exorbitant rates. There are no programmers OR programming manuals legally for sale: They're all Brinks proprietary equipment and you would -still- need the master code. Even alarm professionals don't try to take them over--not worth the trouble.

    However I can advise you about the best way to get replacement equipment that would involve a minimum of work and expense, if you haven't already resolved your problem.
     
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