An intruder alarm system is designed to detect the presence of anintruder at your premises - trigger a local siren to deter activity andcommunicate the alarm event to a security monitoring centre so an appropriate response can be coordinated.
The objectives of an intruder alarm system are:
- To protect the physical assets within an unoccupied premises.
- To provide a safer environment for occupants.
- To deter crime and vandalism.
- To enable a coordinated response to be actioned when an intrusion event occurs.
- An intrusion alarm system must first detect the intruder and this is bestachieved by installing a combination of detection devices throughout your premises.
Commonly deployed intrusion detection devices include:
- Movement sensors.
- Break glass sensors.
- Vibration sensors.
- Smoke detectors.
- Duress and hold-up alarms.
- Door and window devices.
The key to a successful intruder alarm system is the careful selection and configuration of the control panel and detection devices to suit the level of risk and environment. This maximises the ability for intrusion events to be detected and minimises unwanted false alarms.
Efficient system for the protection of goods and people, capable of detecting any intrusions and promptly report the event by means of sound and visual alarms and telephone messages.