Wireless Alarm Systems
A security system essentially serves as the central hub for a security setup. Any security or life-safety device that is part of the setup will be integrated with the security system, providing the user with complete control over these devices. What makes wireless security systems great is that they are known for being very easy to set up and program, making them excellent for DIY users who don’t want to rely on a technician for installation. Modern wireless security systems also tend to come complete with a plethora of bells and whistles, meaning that fewer add-ons will be required when setting up the system. End users will particularly enjoy the fact that wireless security setups are very neat, and they will not need to have messy wires running throughout their home or business.
Today, many wireless security systems are included as part of special packages that also provide many of the important sensors that will be ultimately integrated with the system. This bundling can help save the user money, and it provides a complete security setup in one convenient package. In many cases, a user may not be fully sure of what sensors they need to get for their system. By choosing one of our outstanding wireless security packages, you’ll be able to eliminate this guesswork and receive a complete and total package with everything you need to get started.
A common reason for a user to purchase a wireless security system is to upgrade from an older, hardwired system. Wireless systems are typically more user-friendly, and they can provide a more satisfying experience overall. Many wireless systems feature colorful touchscreen displays that are easier to understand and more pleasing than the uninviting alphanumeric keypads that are commonplace with hardwired systems. Making an upgrade from a hardwired system is usually a simple process, and it is often possible to bring all of your existing devices and sensors to the new wireless system. If you have old hardwired devices, you can interface them with a wireless panel by adding a wired to wireless converter, such as the Honeywell 5800C2W.
All of the wireless security systems that we offer are compatible with an interactive service, like Total Connect or Alarm.com. The interactive service that is used will depend on which type of security system you have. Both Total Connect and Alarm.com will allow the user to remotely arm and disarm their panel, check the status of their system and control any Z-Wave devices that have been installed with the panel. These services are very exciting, and they truly allow a user to get the most out of their security system. Please note that you will need to have an alarm monitoring plan that includes access to one of these services in order to utilize these features.
Of course, with the large number of wireless systems that we offer, the amount of choices and options might seem overwhelming. Fortunately, our support team is happy to help you consider your options and determine which system is best for you. Once you have your new system setup and fully programmed, you’re sure to be extremely satisfied with your security setup.