The control panel and easy to use keypad is the brains of your alarm, it connects to all the other products that make up your alarm system and allows you to enable and disable alarms. It also includes a tamper switch should someone try to ‘tamper’ with your alarm system. If you have more than one entrance an extra keypad can be installed.
Emits a loud alarm inside the house. This alerts anyone at home of a possible danger in the house.
The siren box is placed on the exterior of the home and sounds/flashes when the system is in alarm. A siren box also acts as a deterrent for burglars by indicating an alarm is present.
Installed to detect movement in particular areas of your home.
Activates your alarm in the event that heat or smoke is detected, to enable the despatch of an emergency response, whether you are home or away.
Key fobs allow easy wireless system control similar to a car alarm, so that you can arm and disarm the system remotely.
Otherwise known as reed switches, door and window contacts are designed to help provide perimeter security.
Installed to detect movement in particular areas of your home. Designed for homes with pets to prevent false alarms.