SECURITY SYSTEMS & SOLUTIONS
An alarm device or system of alarm devices gives an audible, visual or other form of alarm signal about a problem or condition. Alarm devices are often outfitted with a siren.
Burglary/Intrusion alarm systems have devices connected to them to detect the Theft. Below is a list of common devices found on a Burglar Alarm Systems.
Hooter/Siren, Surface Mount Switch, Recessed Mount Switch, Shutter Switch, Panic Switch, PIR Motion Sensor, Vibration Sensor, Glass Break Detector, Beam Sensor, Boundary Detector.
Recessed Mount Switch
Recessed has the magnet placed in a 3/8″ hole drilled into the edge of the door,and the switch in another...READ MORE
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PIR Motion Sensor
Passive Infrared (PIR) Motion Sensors protect space by ‘looking’ for changes in infrared (heat) energy levels caused by movement of...READ MORE
Most of the sensors detect opening of a door, window or breakage of glass or movement of human beings. But...READ MORE
Glass Break Detector
A glass break detector is a sensor used in electronic burglar alarms that detects if a pane of glass is...READ MORE
Photoelectric beam systems detect the presence of an intruder by transmitting visible or infra red light beams across an area,...READ MORE
Boundary Detector that covers a building’s perimeter,Boundary Detector long, narrow detection area comes from the center point, covering both sides....READ MORE
Siren/Hooter connect to the control panel to raise an alarm to threaten the intruder run away. The External Siren installed...READ MORE
Surface Mount Switch
The surface mount is as its name implies, mounted on the surface of the door/window with wiring exposed. A door...READ MORE