INTRUSION ALARM SYSTEM
How does it work
Several types of sensors are connected to the control panel (wired or wireless), which send an alarm signal to the control panel after identification of the “incorrect” state. The control panel evaluates it and implements pre-stored activities according to the programmed procedure – e.g. turns on the siren, beacon or sends a signal to the alarm receiving center, which will dispatch the patrol vehicle to the disturbed premises. Some types of control panels can switch electrical circuits based on programmed procedures, e.g. turn on the light, close the electric gate, and so on.
Basic types of sensors:
- motion sensor
- temperature, smoke, gas, water, shock, glass breakage sensors
- panic button to manually trigger an alarm and call for help (alarm recieving center)
- a magnetic contact that detects disconnection, e.g. opening the door
In nowadays, there is a wide range of camera systems – a number of types, a number of technical parameters, a number of functionalities. Complete camera systems enable recording, remote image transmission, but with the connection to other intelligent software, the possibilities are almost unlimited. Choosing the right camera system requires a number of factors. Our experienced technicians will design a customized camera system after inspecting the building and thorough analysis.
The market offers a countless IoT (Internet of Things) sensors with a wide range of uses, from industry, through logistics, agriculture, energy to smart homes and smart cities. These wireless devices are characterized by their low purchase and operating cost, low energy consumption and long battery life. In addition, they are connected with very high transmission security, so they are more than suitable for our purposes.
- panic button
- flood sensor
- electronic seal
- magnetic contact
- acceleration sensor with GPS
Securiton has participated in the development of a software platform that allows the reception of alarm signals from IoT devices directly into the alarm receiving technology, with no need to add special communicators.