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FBII OMNI 2000 Reviews

The FBII OMNI 2000 is difficult to use according to its users.On average, they find its reliability satisfactory., But their opinions differ slightly. You can look at the FBII OMNI 2000 forum to identify problems that users have come across and the suggested solutions.

Its users give a low score for efficiency., But their opinions differ greatly. They find it very expensive for what it offers You can download the FBII OMNI 2000 user manual to ensure that its features correspond to your needs.
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Alarm or tamper condition Slow Blink/Low Intensity. Bypass Slow Pulse. Trouble or low battery Solid On. Zone faulted Example: If the READY light is not lit and the Zone 1 light is solid on, an alarm sensor on Zone 1 is faulted. This might mean that a door is open or someone is walking in view of a motion sensor. Check all sensors on Zone 1 and resolve the problem. In this example, the display shows the following: NOT READY and NOT RDY FRONT DOOR ZN 1 When all sensors are restored, the READY light will come on and the zone light will go out. Determine which zone or zones are not ready, resolve the problem, and arm the system normally. If the problem cannot be resolved, you may bypass the zone that is not ready. Bypassing should only be done if the problem on the zone cannot be resolved, OR if you intentionally wish to leave the zone disarmed. For example, you would leave the zone disarmed if you plan to keep the window open for ventilation. Zones that are bypassed are not protected when the system is armed. See To Bypass A Zone on the following page for a description of the procedure. - 10 - Arming the System (Cont'd) TO ARM THE SYSTEM AND STAY INSIDE To arm the perimeter portion of your burglar alarm and move around freely inside the premises, use the STAY mode. Check to make sure the system is ready. When it is ready, press: STAY followed by your user code. When the system has been armed successfully, the ARMED indicator lights and the following will be displayed: LCD Keypad: LED Keypad: Fixed-Word Keypad: STAY "Arm" and "Stay" LEDs ON: STAY lit REMEMBER: You must disarm the system or press [STAY] to initiate the "quick exit" if you want to open the door or leave the premises after the exit time has expired. Quick Exit restarts the exit time without disarming the system...

Ease of use
The users were asked the following question :

Is the OMNI 2000 easy to use?

20 users answered questions and rated the product on a scale of 0 to 10. The rating is 10/10 if the FBII OMNI 2000 is very user-friendly.

The reviews (rough results) are presented in the following graph :

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By leaving the mouse on a column for a few seconds, you can see the number of people who voted to make up the score that appears in the horizontal axis.

Statistical data :

= 5.10
= 2.93

The average score balanced by the number of reviews is 5.1 and the standard differential is 2.93.
High-performance
The users were asked the following question :

Is the OMNI 2000 highly efficient?

20 users answered questions and rated the product on a scale of 0 to 10. The rating is 10/10 if the FBII OMNI 2000 is, in its domain, the best on a technical level, the one offering the best quality, or offering the largest range of options.

The reviews (rough results) are presented in the following graph :

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By leaving the mouse on a column for a few seconds, you can see the number of people who voted to make up the score that appears in the horizontal axis.

Statistical data :

= 5.60
= 2.91

The average score balanced by the number of reviews is 5.6 and the standard differential is 2.91.
Reliability
The users were asked the following question :

Is the OMNI 2000 reliable, sturdy?

20 users answered questions and rated the product on a scale of 0 to 10. The rating is 10/10 if you think that the FBII OMNI 2000 is a sturdy product, which will last a long time before breaking down.

The reviews (rough results) are presented in the following graph :

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By leaving the mouse on a column for a few seconds, you can see the number of people who voted to make up the score that appears in the horizontal axis.

Statistical data :

= 6.50
= 2.36

The average score balanced by the number of reviews is 6.5 and the standard differential is 2.36.
Value for money
The users were asked the following question :

Is the OMNI 2000 good value for money?

20 users answered questions and rated the product on a scale of 0 to 10. The rating is 10/10 if you think that the FBII OMNI 2000 is really not expensive considering its features.

The reviews (rough results) are presented in the following graph :

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By leaving the mouse on a column for a few seconds, you can see the number of people who voted to make up the score that appears in the horizontal axis.

Statistical data :

= 6.25
= 2.83

The average score balanced by the number of reviews is 6.25 and the standard differential is 2.83.

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