Commercial Burglary Alarm Systems
Every business is different and, as such, has different security needs. Perimeter detection includes sensors on personnel doors, overhead delivery doors, and windows. Interior detection varies, from motion detectors, glassbreak sensors, and asset movement devices. A clever combination of different devices will keep potential criminals guessing.
Who's Coming And Going?
The pushbutton keypad that operates your alarm system has the capacity to hold multiple user codes. Every employee should have their own code. Whenever a specific code is used to arm/disarm the alarm system, the alarm control panel records which user operated the system and when they did so. Entry after business hours or at improper times can be viewed at the keypad, sent directly to your email, or text-alerted to your smartphone.
User Operating Codes
Changeable at any time; add or delete codes to reflect changing users of your alarm system.
Allows for disengaging of individual zones to customize your system for day-to-day specific needs.
Our central monitoring station can monitor each zone uniquely, allowing us to direct the police to the exact point of intrusion.
Silent Hold-Up Buttons
Discreet, recessed hold-up switches located near cash registers are available as a means of silently signaling for police dispatch.
Selectable door chime during disarmed state alerts you to customers entering or leaving your business.
Automatic weekly testing of communication between your panel and the central monitoring station ensures maximum performance.