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Carbon Monoxide Detector
Detects C.O. levels that are above the safe range for human life.
Controls access to buildings and other restricted areas by requiring a valid card to be presented to unlock the door.
Utilizes the cellular telephone network to communicate alarm signals to the monitoring facility.
Houses the Central Processor Unit (CPU), wiring terminations, and back-up battery.
Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
Stores your analog video images on a digital hard drive to allow viewing directly from the unit or remotely through your computer network or web-based device such as a smart phone.
Door Contact Sensor
Detects the position of a door (open or closed).
Glass Break Detector
Detects window glass breaking by listening for the specific sound frequency patterns that are created when glass shatters.
Detects a rapid rise in temperature or an abnormally high temperature caused by fire.
Utilizes the customer’s internet connection to communicate alarm signals to our Quick-C.A.R.E. monitoring center.
A wireless transmitter that can be used to arm and/or disarm a security intrusion system.
Allows system user to view and control the status of the security system.
Detects movement in the protected area by utilizing Passive Infrared (PIR) technology or a combination of Passive Infrared and Microwave technologies.
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
Stores your digital I.P. video images on digital hard drive(s) to allow viewing directly from the unit or remotely through your computer network or web-based device such as a smart phone.
A manually activated alarm that indicates an emergency needing immediate response by police and/or other responding authorities.
A window screen that has been modified to provide a protective barrier to the window opening via a “trip wire” that is built into the screen mesh to detect the screen mesh being cut and a tamper sensor in the frame that detects the screen being removed from the window opening.
Detects the presence of smoke caused by fire.
Detects temperatures that are above or below the designated normal range.
Provides indoor and outdoor surveillance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Detects the presence of water to indicate a water leak, sump pump failure, etc.
Window Contact Sensor
What happens if I trip my alarm accidentally?
When we receive an alarm signal, the first step we take is to attempt to notify you of the alarm and determine whether a true emergency exists. We can call your designated phone numbers, send you a text message, and/or send an email to advise you of the alarm condition. You then have the opportunity to tell us it was an accidental alarm or to request notification of police or fire responders.
Can I add cameras to my alarm system?
Security Central offers many different video surveillance solutions ranging from simple residential cameras to sophisticated commercial video management systems. All of our video systems are designed to put video images at your fingertips via your computer, smart phone, or tablet. Before investing in video cameras, it is very important to first identify your objectives and expectations for your cameras. A video system must be designed properly to provide useful images that will serve your needs. Call one of our experts today to learn more about how video cameras can help you manage your home or business.
Can I control my system from my smart phone?
Security Central offers the latest in security technology including alarm systems, camera systems, and keyless entry systems that can all be remotely controlled via your smart phone, tablet, or P.C. Your security is right at your fingertips!