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Do Wireless Alarms Need Wi-Fi?

Wireless alarm systems will not require Wi-Fi , at least not to communicate with its wireless components. The only time a wireless alarm would need Wi-Fi  is if it reports back to an app on a customer’s smartphone, to alert them of an intrusion or to allow them to arm and disarm the system remotely. For the system to properly talk with its wireless components , it would require a receiver. In some instances this receiver can be built into the main control panel, but more often than not it is a separate device that must be wired in.  This receiver uses RF frequencies to communicate with each wireless device, which will have a wireless transmitter inside.  These wireless devices have the same function as their hard wired options, for example a wireless detector is able to detect movement the same way a wired detector will.  The difference is how it transmits this signal back to the panel.  The hard wired detector creates an open circuit when it detects movement, tripping the alarm ins
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Pig Nose, this little piggy packs a punch. HIKVISION Pig Nose Camera.

Pig nose, pig face who knew?  This little piggy packs a punch, clear vision from HIKVISION. Available in 4, 6 & 8 Megapixels. Infra-red illumination up to 30 meters. These Hikvision cameras are also known as  eyeball or  Turret Cameras . Whilst they may look strange they have outstanding vision both day and night and are one of our most popular cameras from Hikvision.  Used widely in homes and Cafe's. From their first version  the camera shape has changed slightly, but now has enhanced features including an audible alarm and 4K. Black turret cameras are widely used in restaurants to blend in with decor for aesthetic purposed. The newer versions of the Turret cameras have outstanding features including, motorised lenses, audible alarms, microphone, vari focal lenses, some with back up SD card for recording. In addition, extreme light conditions are taken into consideration in the design process. ColorVu cameras are equipped with warm supplemental light, so when the

Security Alarm Systems FAQ's

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Don't wait until you are burgled to install a security alarm system.

Don't wait until you are burgled to install a security alarm system.  We often attend site to install a security system after the fact, our customers have often already been cleared out of their prized possessions, their home violated by intruders and who knows what they have done whilst they were there. Put yourself and your family's security as your number one priority. Some clients can be traumatised for years after a break in and often that feeling of security in your own home is shattered and affects your personal well-being. Remote controls when pressed in unison act as a panic alarm if intruders break in whilst you are home. The most effective form of security at night, is the night arm feature that comes standard with all Bosch alarm systems . There is even a specially designed  night arm keypad to make it even easier. Setting certain areas to arm whilst you sleep, will ensure you have a good night sleep, no need to nudge your partner from his snoring slumber if y

Protect your valuables with the Best DIY Alarm System.

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