Electronic security is a first step when it comes to ensuring the protection of your home, business, belongings and loved ones.
An Alarm System designed and tailored to you specific site requirements can become an invaluable asset, alerting you or your security monitoring room of a potential intruder.
CCTV systems will provide you the ability to view your site from anywhere in the world, allowing you to check what’s happening at home, while you’re away, monitor your staff or verify the cause for an activation on your alarm system.
An Intercom provides your visitors the ability to announce their presence via an intercom Door Station, and you the ability to receive notification, talk to your visitor and provide access to your site via an Intercom Room Station or with an App from anywhere there is cellular service.
Access Control systems can do things such controlling access to your site via electronic locking systems on doors, with access granted through access cards & card readers or controlled by security personnel. Or it can operate systems like elevators, site automations like lighting, Air-Conditioning, Staff time tracking and a multitude of other peripheral devices.
Our Electronic Security Systems are available to customers in Brisbane, Redland, Ipswich, Logan, Scenic Rim and Gold Coast Council areas.
An alarm system is a perfect solution to act as a deterrent and alert of an intrusion at your site or premises. It can also be a great solution to providing other alerts through peripheral devices such as glass break detectors, temperature sensors, water sensors to even playing an integral role in your smart home. Alarm systems now come in a variety of shapes and sizes with varying capabilities which are dependent on your requirements.
Wireless Alarm Systems
Many residential and small business customers now opt for a wireless security system due to ease of installation, maintenance, ability to re-locate, ease of use and expandability with most systems capable of accepting 30+ wireless devices. Some of these wireless devices include;
- Passive Infra-Red (PIR) detectors coming in indoor, outdoor, pet immune and long-range and even PIR’s with cameras to offer video verification of the event
- Keypads and remotes
- Door Reed Switches
- Glass Break Sensors
- Water and Temperature sensors
- Relay outputs (to control auxiliary devices such as roller doors, gates etc.
A hardwired system can offer all of the features a wireless system can and more. The only downside is the devices are hardwired therefore increasing costs for installation, however also increasing the reliability of the system and eliminating the need to replace batteries in wireless devices. A hardwired system is going to be the ideal option for a permanent installation on a larger site which may require expandability, added features such as access control or require a higher level of security where wireless devices may not meet these security requirements.
Please see our article on Alarm Features and Capabilities for further information about alarms or get in touch with us and we will be happy to assist.