Selecting a quality marine security system can be a challenge in today’s market. As boat owners become more concerned with preventing theft and intrusion, the security choices available have increased dramatically. But, some systems may be geared more toward home, business or automotive security; and even within the parameters of expert marine alarm systems, you’ll want to choose the right alarm for your boating needs based on size, durability, and whether you want a wired or wireless system. Continue reading Boat Alarms – State of the Art Marine Security
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Perimeter Alarms: Eliminating Safety Problems Before They Occur
Some times you need to solve a problem. But sometimes its best to prevent a problem from occurring in the first place. In regard to home or business security and safety, having an alarm system in place inside your home or work place will warn you if an intrusion has incurred, solving the problem of identifying an intruder in your residence or work place and notifying law enforcement about this serious problem. But having a perimeter alarm installed outside your property could eliminate any potential intruder problems before they occur. Continue reading Perimeter Alarms: Eliminating Safety Problems Before They Occur
Solar Driveway Alarms: Everything You Need to Know
A driveway security alarm is excellent for alerting a property owner about potential intruders. All driveway alarms are sensor based – motion triggers a signal which sets off an alarm. There are both wired and wireless driveway alarm systems available; solar driveway systems are an economical and ecologically green system. They’re also easy to install, require little maintenance, and economical as you won’t be draining power as with a wired system, or need to replace a battery as with a conventional battery system. Instead, batteries are rechargeable through solar power, and these rechargeable batteries are usually provided with the solar alarm unit. Continue reading Solar Driveway Alarms: Everything You Need to Know
Home Security Options for Fire Protection and Environmental Hazards
Home security systems are often considered as devices used to protect your home from intruders. But there are many other security systems vital for home protection from fire, or other environmental hazards such as carbon monoxide or radon.
One option you may wish to consider is an ionization fire detector. This type of system monitors changes in electric current that can occur due to particles ionized by combustion. It alters the air inside the detector to serve as a conductor of electrical currents. If smoke enters the detector and stops the current’s flow, the alarm will sound. Such a system works immediately and well in detecting smoke caused by a raging fire; it is slightly slower in detecting a low level, smoldering fire. Ionization fire detectors are usually powered by battery, and sound a low warning tone when batteries are running low. Continue reading Home Security Options for Fire Protection and Environmental Hazards
Home Medical Alarms – Who needs them?
So who needs a home medical alarm? Possibly you do, or someone you love. For seniors or disabled individuals who live alone, a home medical alarm system can be a vital component in health and happiness. After all, even at home, there can be many risks of injury for elderly or disabled individuals. With a medical alarm system, you can help your loved ones stay safe from accidents, and prevent the possibility incurring unnecessary medical bills. Continue reading Home Medical Alarms – Who needs them?