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Q: Trying to see if there's any anti theft devices for air conditioner condensing units that don't require hook up to alarm

One that just makes noises, and wont need to be wired into a home burglary system.

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: There are several types of anti-theft devices available for air conditioner condensing units that do not require hook up to an alarm system. Some of these devices use motion sensors to detect movement around the unit and sound an alarm if triggered. Others use tamper-resistant covers to prevent unauthorized access to the unit.

One example of an anti-theft device for air conditioner condensing units is the AC Guard. This device is a steel cage that fits over the unit and is secured with a padlock. Another example is the Air Conditioner Defender, which uses a tamper-resistant cover to protect the unit and can be secured with a padlock.

It's important to note that these devices may not be 100% effective at preventing theft, and it's always a good idea to take additional measures such as installing security cameras or keeping the unit in a locked area.

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