Author: AES Corporation

2 Important Steps for Maintaining Your Network

  Our Technical Support team has created two log sheets to help your organization track information related to your AES installations.  1.     Track Your AES Installations Routinely Keeping track of your AES installations is a very important step as part of maintaining your network.  Over time, people’s memories fade and details of an installation are forgotten.  This Installation Log will help capture important details of the… Read more »

5 Keys to Proper Installation & Network Optimization

1. Test the Location in Advance of the Installation Perform a comprehensive pre-installation AES Site Survey, this will equip the installer with valuable insight about the installation site. For a full preparation checklist, check out our previous post, 6 Steps for Performing a Quality Installation. Remember to check and verify the NetCon value; this will help you assess the building design and layout so you can… Read more »

3 Installation Pitfalls You MUST Avoid

In a previous post, 6 Steps for Performing a Quality Installation, we provided guidance to help you perform an installation that meets AES guidelines and best practices. In today’s Blog, we’ll share some real world installation pitfalls that you must avoid. Meet Pete… Pete has been in the industry for 20 years and really knows how to get the job done. Well, at least in his… Read more »

5 Ways AES Training Academy Can Help Your Team Gain a Competitive Advantage

  AES recognizes that we all work in a fast paced, highly-competitive industry where even the slightest improvement in operations can have a significant impact on business.   In the pursuit of operational excellence, our customers are always looking for ways to enhance their skills, improve efficiency, and reduce overall costs.  Alarm monitoring businesses with installing organizations and Central Stations seek a competitive advantage to set them… Read more »

How to Wire the J4 Trouble Output Properly

The Purpose and Proper Use of the J4 Output Today’s blog is not intended to be overly technical.  The intent is to raise awareness of the J4 output on subscriber units; it purpose and proper use.  J4 is the output connector for the Form C Fail Secure Antenna Cut / Acknowledge Delay Relay / Low Battery / Charger Fail located on the subscriber circuit board. The… Read more »