Alarms, as part of agencies responding to an emergency, are often part of a system that includes several states. A first state is the pre-alert, which warns those responsible of the agency about the possible occurrence of a disaster. The second state is the alert, which requires taking the necessary measures. Finally comes the alarm, which is the call to action.

In homes and buildings, whether residential, commercial or government, the alarm system for business and office is a passive security element (can not avoid a situation of risk, but warns of it and gives notice to the security forces ). Some systems can warn of a danger automatically (by detecting an intrusion at night through motion sensors), while others require action by the user (when a theft is initiated and an employee activates the alarm for To call the police). Installing an alarm system for your home greatly reduces the risk of breaking into your home.

It has been statistically proven that the probability of thieves entering homes with an electronic security system is three times lower than in those without an anti-theft alarm system.


A telephone type numeric keypad. Its main function is to enable authorized users (usually via pre-set codes) to arm (activate) and disarm (disable) the system. In addition to this basic function, the keyboard can have functions buttons such as: Medical Emergency, Intrusion, Fire

Motion Detectors: Sensors that detect changes in temperature and movement. If these sensors detect movement while the system is on, they will trigger the alarm. There are regulated detectors for not detecting pets, such as dogs and cats

Motion sensors

Magnetic detectors: this is a sensor that forms a closed circuit by a magnet and a very sensitive contact that when separated, changes the state causing an alarm jump. Used in doors and windows

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