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Before installing a Surveillance System, we recommend a site survey documented for future needs and upgrades.
The first thing is to determine the purpose of the camera system. We also want to review the existing security procedures and establish new ones. What are the areas to monitor and why? We will help you determine which cameras to select and where to place them. We can also help you evaluate your current network infrastructure a key factor in any successful surveillance installation.
During your site survey we will help you design a system with purpose. By taking into consideration the number of cameras, positions of camera's, also the resolution and routes of your cameras.
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While having an interior alarm system is great. The exterior security cameras are your first line of defense. This protects the perimeter of your home or business, customers, and vehicles. We have a wide variety of cameras to fit almost any situation. Our advantage is we have a direct supply chain for a great price with the latest technology we call active deterrence which features sirens, face detection, 24/7 color, and smart illumination. Save videos to a local NVR or on the cloud. No monthly fees with a licensed professional install.
Our camera installers design specific security solutions for each environment. We offer a complete premise evaluation with a bid of our professional recommendation before security camera installation. We also upgrade existing systems. Can help with 3rd party blink camera setup etc. Free estimate 50 miles Sacramento
Alarm keypads work by sending commands to an alarm system and displaying status information from the system. Zone faults and other information are shown on the display. Arming commands are entered at the keypad and sent to the panel for processing. Keypads act as both inputs and outputs. There are many reasons why a user might have an alarm keypad for their security system. If they have a hardwired panel, they will need to have a keypad for operating the system and for performing panel programming. For these systems, a user will want a keypad that is capable of performing installer-level programming. They may also want a keypad that doubles as a wireless receiver so that they can use wireless sensors with their alarm system. Both wired and wireless alarm keypads exist. Some keypads can even be operated using a touchscreen. However, a user must make sure that the keypad they purchase is compatible with their alarm system.
Door sensors are also known as entry sensors, contact sensors, or window sensors. Sensors are an important security feature. The purpose of a sensor is to immediately trigger an alarm. These sensors help the first res-ponders with an investigation by knowing points of entry or sensor activity.
The main purpose of motion detection is to sense an intruder and send an alert to your control panel, which alerts your monitoring center. Sensors work when you're not home or when you tell the system you are not there.
Glass break detectors complement door and window sensors by monitoring sound or vibration. When they detect the frequency or shock waves a alarm is sounded immediately.
Siren alarm systems work by generating a loud, piercing siren sound when they're triggered by intruders in and around your home. When they're set off, some Alarm sirens also emit flashing lights to attract even more attention to your property. “Siren” means any audible noise similar to that which must be sounded by an authorized emergency vehicle under the conditions set forth in Section 21055 of the California Vehicle Code. [Ord. 21-2003 §§ 2, 4; Ord. 20-2003 §§ 2, 4; SCC 0747 § 2, 1988; SCC 667 § 1, 1986].
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