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Burglar Alarm Systems
Wired alarms systems are suitable for large offices , jewelry, factories , villas and banks.
While a hardwired system is considered to be the most reliable of the two different types of alarms, it is difficult to identify it as being the best for each individual homeowner. For example, people with older homes may not want to drill multiple holes into a house’s structure in order to install a hardwired alarm system. However, newly constructed homes often come pre-wired for a hardwired system or, if a homeowner is having a home built, pre-wiring can be requested so that additional holes do not have to be drilled into the structure after construction has been completed.
Wireless alarms systems are suitable for houses and small offices.
Wireless systems and their components are usually more expensive than their hardwired counterparts. However, the installation time for wireless systems is shorter and there is much less hassle compared to a wired system. When examining the maintenance costs of a wireless system, you need to take into consideration the cost of replacing the batteries of the wireless devices every few years. In general, hardwired systems are maintenance free.
Surveillance<br /> Systems
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a monitor.
The digital, network video surveillance system provides a host of benefits and advanced functionalities that cannot be provided by an analog video surveillance system. The advantages include superior image quality, remote accessibility, distributed intelligent video capabilities, easy installation and integration, and better scalability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.
- Superior image quality
- Easy, future-proof integration
- Scalability and flexibility
- Distributed intelligence
- Remote accessibility
An analog surveillance camera begins with a CCD sensor and then digitizes the image for processing. But before it can transmit the video, it needs to convert it back to analog so it can be received by an analog device, such as a video monitor or recorder. Unlike IP cameras, analog have no built-in web servers or encoders and require no technical maintenance. These functions are implemented in the recording and/or control equipment.
Electronic Access Control
Electronic Physical Access Control provides 24/7 security. This can be to protect people, valuables or information. Designing the ideal access control system involves lots of important choices.
There are three principle methods of electronic identification:
- Secret Knowledge (Access Code or PIN)
- Token (Card, Key fob)
- Biometric (Fingerprint, Iris Pattern and others)
Fire Alarm<br /> Systems
With a conventional alarm system, there is no way of pinpointing the exact location of the fire. However, by wiring your building into different zones, you can get a general idea of where the fire is. For instance, if you have two floors, you could wire the first as ‘zone 1’ and the second as zone 2. So if a fire occurs in zone 1, you know that the fire is somewhere on the first floor.
Every device connected to the addressable system has its own unique address. When a fire is detected, the device’s address shows up on the main control panel, telling you exactly which device has been activated. This will enable you to find the exact location of a fire and extinguish them quickly.
Addressable alarm systems connect devices using a loop. This is where one wire connects all devices to the control panel. Both ends of the wire loop connect to the control panel.
Video Door<br /> Phones
The main feature of video door entry is that it enables the person indoors to identify the visitor and, if (and only if) they wish, engage in conversation and/or open the door to allow access to the person calling.
A video intercom or door phone is a stand-alone system used to manage calls made at the entrance to a building complex, detached family home, with access controlled by audiovisual communication between the inside and outside.
Fogging security systems
Fogging security systems are a very important element to add to your alarm system to ensure safety for the property. Usually criminal acts are committed in few minutes and police may not arrive on time. Only a security fog system is able to protect the first 15 minutes of a theft or a robbery. For your safety choose UR Fog – the global leader in the fogging security systems.