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An alarm system typically consists of sensors and a control panel. When a sensor detects a security breach, such as a door or window opening, it sends a signal to the control panel, which triggers an alarm and sends alert to the emergency contacts. Intrusion alerts can also be sent to monitoring stations where trained professionals can study the alert received and monitor the live video and take appropriate action to ensure quick response to potential threats.
Yes, we offer pet-friendly features in our security and safety system. Our security system is designed to distinguish between human movements and smaller pet movements. This helps prevent false alarms caused by pets while maintaining security.
Yes, our alarm systems are designed to operate during power outages by incorporating backup power sources such as batteries, UPS or generators. This ensures the system remains functional and can continue to provide protection during power disruptions.
Yes, our systems are expandable. There are provisions to add extra sensors, cameras, or other security components. This flexibility is provided to enable you to adapt and enhance your system as per your needs.
Professional monitoring provides an additional layer of security by having trained officers monitor your alarm system 24/7. They can check the authenticity and dispatch emergency services in case of an alarm activation, even if you are unable to respond. However, self-monitoring options are also available for those who prefer to manage their alarms independently.
Common types of security sensors include door/window sensors, motion sensors, vibration sensors, glass break detectors, beam sensors, panic switches, smoke detectors, heat detectors and automation sensors.
While security alarm systems strive to minimize false alarms, they can still occur due to factors such as user error, equipment malfunctions, or environmental conditions. Following proper usage guidelines, regular maintenance, and having professional monitoring can help reduce false alarms.
While some alarm systems can be self-installed but it’s recommended to take a professional help while installing an intrusion alarm system, especially for more complex systems or hardwired setups. Professional installation ensures proper placement of sensors, wiring, and integration with other security components.
Yes, our security systems offer customizable settings to fit your specific needs. You can typically adjust settings such as entry and exit delay times, sensor sensitivity, alarm volume, and more.
It is recommended to test your safety system at least once a month to ensure proper functionality. This can involve activating various sensors, checking signal transmission, and verifying the connection with your monitoring service. Also, it’s better to opt for an annual maintenance services with your security company to keep the tab on the proper function of your security system.
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