Recommended for all exterior door entry points, these sensors discreetly attach to doors and basement windows.
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The concept of an intrusion alarm is to prevent a potential burglary at your house, and to an extent, it also works as a threat. If your house is equipped with an alarm system, then your house is less likely to be targeted. A burglar does not want any attention; they just want to break-in, with as little hassle as possible, take whatever they want and then go on to the next house. If the burglar triggers an alarm system, it could ruin their entire day since loud noise is their main nemesis.
Our burglar alarms are professionally designed and installed to suit your lifestyle. Multiple codes for family and friends let you control who can enter your home and control your home security system. If you have pets and want to give them freedom to certain areas, this can be built into the design of the home alarm system. Technology allows us to install hybrid alarms where we can hard wire the alarm or install it using wireless equipment, or a combination of both.
The intrusion alarm will provide a very loud audible warning inside the home.
These sensors are used when detecting the opening of a window or door is required. A magnetic sensor comes in two parts – a magnet and a contact.
There are two basic types:
Designed to be unobtrusively sunk into a wooden door or window frame.
Intended for use where sinking the sensor would be inappropriate.
(Example – metal and composite doors and windows.)
Passive Infra-Red sensors detect movement of heat, by looking at the room in Infra-red. The detector lens splits the room into 10+ areas; any movement of heat between these areas will cause activation.
Detects shocks or vibrations, and is used to detect an attempted break in by forced entry.
Detects the breaking of window or door glass.
Driveway sensors have separate transmitter and receiver units, and movement is detected by something crossing the beam created between the units.
Deliberately operated by a push button and reset via a key, this device is used to activate the alarm at any time, whether the control unit is switched on or off.
If you travel frequently, go on vacation or have multiple residences to protect, it can be difficult to manage and monitor your properties.
Should your home’s alarm system activate, a professional and fully trained Martin Systems Key Response Officer will investigate, assess the situation and take the necessary action to secure the building, such as notifying the authorities, determining whether a locksmith is needed or calling an HVAC or plumbing company to service your home upon failure.
Key Response is currently available to customers in Brown County. Our Key Res-ponders have law enforcement or emergency response backgrounds.
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