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Alarm Monitoring Systems

A monitored alarm system has a lot of advantages as compared to a non-monitored alarm system. A non-monitored alarm system would just activate the siren when an intrusion is detected, whereas, triggering the alarm is just one part of a monitored alarm system. It’s most important role starts post the alarm is triggered when it sends the signal to the monitoring station and it can take appropriate action against it. The system can also contact the police or your emergency contacts with the press of a button.

The greatest disadvantage with non-monitored systems is that there is no record after the alarm is triggered. The intruder might just do his work and then vanish but a monitored system would record everything for you which can help you to get your stolen goods back and even send the intruder behind the bars. Moreover, in today’s world even is an alarm sound, no one might take the responsibility to take an appropriate action and call the police, so it’s always better to keep all the control in your hands and save your property and belongings from such incidents.

If a perimeter alarm system is also installed as a part of your home security system, it adds an extra layer of protection to your home. Not only everything would be monitored but also the alarm would sound before the intruder gets into your home. You know that your house or property is being monitored 24/7 and it adds an extra peace of mind knowing that everything at home is safe and sound.

Al Alarms helps in installing all kind of alarm systems in Liverpool, Sydney and we ensure that you have the best protection in place within the best price range. Your house or business would be monitored 24 hours a day and all days a year, and our security personals would be on site within minutes. We provide the best alarm system installation and monitoring in Sydney, New South Wales with a wide range of products and brands suitable for your requirements.

Alarm Monitoring System types

There are three different types of alarm monitoring systems available:

Cellular Monitoring

The cellular monitored alarm systems have a GPRS controller connected to it, which makes it possible for you to monitor your home in your smartphone. You can arm and disarm the system using your phone. Also, the alarm monitoring system can send a text message, an email or even a call in case the alarm gets triggered.

As compared to cellular communicators, the IP communicators or phone cables offer more strong connection between the alarm signal and monitoring system, that is why cellular monitoring systems are one of the basic forms of alarm monitoring. However, the advantage with these systems is that it very cost effective, as there are no contacts and no monthly fees required.

Dialler Alarm Monitoring

Dialler alarm monitoring system uses a phone line to connect to the alarm system. You can monitor the alarm system on a computer connected to the internet and keep an eye to your home. These systems are used more in homes and small businesses.

The Dialler alarm monitoring system is a standard form of monitoring and the system can go offline only in case if the phone line is disconnected or cut.

Dual Path Alarm Monitoring

Dual path alarm monitoring system uses both phone lines and a GPRS controller to communicate to the monitoring system. Phone line is the primary path of communication, but in case it drops out, the secondary path or cellular path gets activated. Surely, this system has an advantage than the other two.

Dual path alarm monitoring is the best form of monitoring as the advantage of this service is that your system will keep monitoring even if the phone lines fail or are cut.

Fire Alarm Control Panel (FIP Systems)

The Fire Indicator Panel is a monitoring system of the entire fire alarm system in a building. The system designed to detect and communicate warning signals for the evacuation of people at the early detection of a fire. It is normally located in the fire cabinet or on a wall near the entrance and it comprises of LED lights and sirens to notify occupants. The LED lights indicate which fire sensor is activated and some systems also automatically notify the fire brigade after it gets activated.

There are two different types of fire alarm control panels that are available:

Conventional

A conventional fire alarm panel is basically divided in several zones which are monitored by the panel. When a sensor detects a fire, the panel indicates which zone or portion of the building is alarmed so that the resources can be utilized effectively. The conventional system is effective for small building and properties which have limited zones or areas.

Addressable

An addressable fire alarm panel is a complex and advanced system when compared to a conventional system. It has a LED display and the displays the affected location in the panel at the time of an emergency. These systems are perfect for bigger areas and properties like hospitals, colleges, shopping complexes  etc.

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