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The New Guard Dog on the Block- Wireless Property Security Systems

Mon, 06/11/2012 - 12:43pm
Sara Cohen, Editorial Intern

One residence burglary happens every 13 seconds, according to the FBI.

Thirty percent of burglaries happen by unlawful entry (breaking in through an unlocked window or door) 

Sixty percent of burglaries happen by forced entry.

Police confirm that 90 percent of property burglaries are preventable.

Homes without security systems are up to 300 percent more likely to be broken into.

Only 17 percent of homes in the U.S. have security systems.

The Wireless Property Security System is a prudent way to keep your home or business safe. Unlike traditional security systems, wireless home and business monitoring is affordable and easy to install and use.

But the selling point is in the motion sensors and wireless detection capabilities. Home and business monitoring is done wirelessly, so there are no wires on the property and system can’t be physically tampered with.

The system uses infrared body heat and motion sensors with an adjustable peripheral range between 25 and 35 feet, protecting your outdoor property as well as the inside of your home or business. The indoor/outdoor feature is ideal for the business owner who is worried about a burglar hiding during operating hours, simply waiting for the last employee to leave.

The motion detection sensors operate under any weather conditions, and are not subject to false alarms triggered by small animals. The motion detection equipment can operate entirely on batteries, so it’s fully functional when the power is out.

The Control Panels Unit can be connected to a wide range of Power Code Wireless Peripherals giving the owner installation flexibility and ease of use.

If motion is detected within the adjustable range, or a door or window is opened, the motion sensors are triggered to sound the alarm (the alarm system may also be set to “silent” mode). As well as sounding the alarm system with hopes of startling the intruder, a signal is also sent to the base unit. The base unit dials the first of up to five phone numbers (pre-set by the home or business owner). The set telephone numbers can be emergency response contacts, such as the police, residential or commercial security companies, or cell phone numbers. Once the call is answered, the person is prompted with your pre-recorded message, and can listen in on the room, broadcast his voice through the base unit, or disarm the alarm system. If there is no response on the other end of the line, the unit will automatically call the next number in place.

 The alarm system can be activated/deactivated with the aid of a small battery-operated clicker. This allows the system’s owner to enable/disable the alarm once he is closely within the alarm’s range. The clicker eliminates the need for keypad systems. No more running to the keypad with covered ears to disable your alarm, or cautiously fleeing from the house once your alarm has been enabled.

Voice recognition technology can replace the clicker when enabling/disabling the alarm system. This technology allows the user to give voice commands to the security system. For commercial purposes, several different voices can be recorded so that each employee can activate the alarm upon entering the business. When one employee’s personal voice commands are no longer needed, simply terminate the particular voice recognition, and he or she will no longer have access into the building.

The Wireless Property Security System raises the home and business monitoring and alarming service to a higher and safer level. The motion detection technology covers a larger area underneath the alarm system, the control panel unit allows more emergency points of contact to be reached and the remote and voice recognition technologies eliminate the need to memorize more series of code numbers. The new frontier in property security management reaches your front door- and further.

 

June 11, 2012

 

 

 

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