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Often installed in domestic properties, when activated by an intruder a local alarm will sound warning intruders and notifying people in the surrounding areas.
Systems can be set and unset remotely. It will also send a notification to the users phone when the system is activated, set or unset.
Intruder alarms was traditionally wired meaning that each keypad, sounder, detection device needs a wire between it and the control panel. This is still the most future proof method of installation as less maintenance is required.
Each Device is powered via batteries and will usually last around 3 years depending on the environment. Wireless system are especially useful when detection in remote buildings is required such as detached garages and garden sheds.
This is a system combining both wired and wireless devices, meaning devices local to the control panel such as keypads can usually be hardwired but devices placed further from the control panel can be wireless.
They are two types of monitored alarms: keyholder response and police response. Both predominantly used in businesses and schools as an insurance requirement.
Upon an intruder activation a signal is sent by PSTN or radio to a monitoring station where they will contact the keyholders of the property. It is then up to the keyholder to respond accordingly.
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