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Alarm Response & Patrols

Mobile security patrols and a rapid response service can provide that additional peace of mind and security for your site or premises. Regular security patrols of your site along with a rapid response to any alarm activations will ensure the best possible chance of minimising damage and theft.

Alarm Monitoring

Alarm monitoring can be provided by different methods of connection to our monitoring room, each having its pros and cons. Some of the most common methods include;

IP Monitoring

This uses your internet connection to allow the alarm system to communicate to with monitoring room. Whilst a cheaper monthly fee, this is a less reliable and secure method of monitoring your alarm as it is susceptible to loss of communications in the event of a power failure if you do not have a backup power supply for your modem and network.

PSNT or Fixed Line Monitoring

This type of monitoring uses fixed copper line phone services to communicate with our monitoring room via your fixed line service. Since NBN has rolled out in most of Queensland we encourage our clients to select an alternate monitoring option as this option will not be around for long.

4G Monitoring

4G monitoring is provided by installing a 4G Communications Module with your alarm system to allow communication with our monitoring room via the 4G cellular network. TAS Security encourages its clients to opt for alarm monitoring via a 4G Cellular Communication Module as this is the most secure option. This device is installed with your alarm panel receiving power from it, and its backup battery in the event of a main power outage or failure, allowing for ongoing communication even in the event of power loss.

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Not sure what security services you need? Call us on 07 3209 6000 for a free – no obligation assessment and quote with one of our security experts, or fill out the form and we’ll be in touch within a business day.

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