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Burglar Alarm and Monitoring System Terms to Know

If you are concerned about security at home or at your business, burglar alarms and monitoring equipment can be a great solution. Having an alarm can deter intruders or quickly notify the authorities if a break in occurs. The following are a few common burglar alarm and monitoring equipment terms to be familiar with.

  • Closed Circuit Television – Closed circuit television systems, often referred to as CCTV, use cameras to transmit video feeds to surveillance monitors. Closed circuit television cameras are set up to monitor perimeters or for security in public places like parking facilities and shopping malls.
  • Car Alarm – A car alarm is installed in a vehicle to deter theft by emitting a loud sound and flashing lights. Some car alarms also wirelessly notify the vehicle’s owner that a potential break in has occurred.
  • Infrared Detectors – Infrared detectors are commonly used in home and business security systems. They detect the presence of infrared emitting bodies in a room by taking a reading of the rooms average temperature and then detecting changes in temperature.
  • Call Verification – When a burglar alarm goes off, a surveillance company will call the home or business owner to verify the alert is legitimate. Call verification reduces false alarm responses by law enforcement.
  • Ultrasonic Detectors – Ultrasonic detectors emit ultrasonic sound waves that bounce off the objects in the room, and are then received back by a sensor. When an object or person moves through a room, the pattern of the waves changes and can be detected. These waves cannot be heard by humans.
  • Glass Break Detection – Glass break detection equipment can monitor for the sound frequencies emitted when glass breaks. These detectors are commonly located near or on glass panes. They can also detect vibrations caused when a burglar breaks glass.
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    Security Services Northwest, Inc
    3501 Old Gardiner Rd., Sequim, WA 98382
    SSNW can handle all of your security needs, large or small, anytime, anywhere. SSNW can handle all of your security needs, large or small, anytime, anywhere.
    (800) 859-3463
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    515 Madison St, Seattle, WA 98104
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    My Alarm Center
    2414 Sw Andover St, Seattle, WA 98106
    My Alarm Center provides Seattle residents the most technologically advanced security services and home automation technologies to households and businesses across the Puget Sound.
    (206) 204-2232
    Whidbey Telecom
    14888 State Route 525, Langley, WA 98260
    (360) 321-1111
    Alarm Communications Inc
    22104 88th Ave W, Edmonds, WA 98026
    (425) 670-1119
    American Action Security
    Everett, WA 98206
    (425) 339-9036
    Everett, WA 98206
    (425) 789-0000
    Pacific Power Batteries
    Everett, WA 98206
    (800) 326-7406
    Protect America
    Quilcene, WA 98376
    (877) 251-1351
    Neeson Electric
    Lynnwood, WA 98087
    (425) 712-3139
    Stallcop Milo B
    16417 7th Pl W, Lynnwood, WA 98037
    (425) 743-9516
    Evergreen Security Inc
    8115 Broadway Ste 101, Everett, WA 98203
    (425) 348-3850
    Absco Alarms
    19023 36th Ave W Ste E, Lynnwood, WA 98036
    (425) 771-1166
    Precision Alarm
    4100 Alderwood Mall Blvd Ste 3, Lynnwood, WA 98036
    (425) 697-2116
    2150 N 107th St, Seattle, WA 98133
    (206) 452-2402

    Burglar alarm systems are important for both home and businesses, to provide surveillance of your property and keep your home or business safe and sound. There are many choices available in burglar alarm systems to choose from and it is important to pick the best monitor for your needs to ensure you protect your home and property as effectively as possible. This article will offer tips on the various types of burglar alarm devices on the market today, as well as some of the best features to consider for your own home system. There are three basic types of burglar alarm systems for the home. These types include handwired, wireless and self-contained networks. The handwired security system wires the doors to the camera and control device. A 24 hour company receives information monitored by remote computers, but the need for wires throughout the alarm system may limit the device and connections. The wireless burglar alarm system uses the latest technology, with sensors to connect all the devices rather than wires. This type of surveillance system may cost more for the home, but wireless systems also offer more flexibility in terms of how much area they can protect and remote units for controlling the system. The self-contained burglar alarm, as the name suggests, is a single device that is often shaped like another device, such as a VCR or camera. These are often the least expensive alarm systems, but also the most limited in how much security they provide. No matter what sort of burglar alarm system you choose, it is also important to select the right features with the technology to watch your family and keep them safe and sound.
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