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When the red light is illuminated it means the alarm is armed. If the alarm is activated or goes faulty it may begin to flash in a certain sequence depending on which aspect of the system has been activated. For instance if a door was opened the light may flash with six rapid blinks followed by a space of around 2 seconds or so. If another part of the system is activated then then the rapid sequence may be four and so on. Don't quote these figures as accurate as I can't remember the exact number of flashes for each sequence.
My neighbour has a similar system and next time I get a chance I'll ask to see his booklet on the topic.
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