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A home alarm system is usually composed of a network of several different sensors and detectors. How complex a network you need depends on your home size and the level of protection you are looking for to keep you and your family safe. Below are common components of a good alarm system
Homes come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Even similar floor plans may have a different number of windows, doors, and access points. Because every home is unique, that means it will have its own special list of security equipment needs. To make it easier, we've compiled a list and equipment details below so you can familiarize yourself with the equipment and make an informed decision when it comes to your home security needs.
The brain of your security system, the control panel monitors your system, keeps everything running and communicates with the security monitoring center.
Detects activity around doors and windows and will alert you and the monitoring center when there is a problem.
There are both indoor and outdoor motion sensors. They let you know when there is movement in or outside the home.
Detect when any large window or sliding door is being tampered with or broken.
Allows you to turn your alarm system on and off without having to check in and out at the control panel every time
Detect smoke and rapid temperature changes in the home to alert you and your monitoring service of fire danger
This sensor alerts you when water seeps in. Great for basements or other areas prone to flooding
Push the button and the pendant will alert the monitoring center that you are in personal danger, even when you can't make it to the phone
Lets you know when the pitch of your door passes 45 degrees, alerting you of possible intruders or a garage door left open accidentally