Supports dual path communication of alarm events and other signals over LAN, Wi-Fi, GPRS and 3G/4G utilising a main and backup channel Supports up to 32 wireless inputs, 32 wireless outputs, 8 keyfobs and 2 sirens IVaas (Intruder Verification As A Service) :Support up to 2 channel 7 seconds pre/post alarm recording for Video Verificaiton (Hikvision IP camera/3rd party IP camera support ONVIF) Supports viewing event video via mobile client and email Supports doorbell function: The detector rings like a doorbell when it is triggered in disarming status Voice prompt for configuration and operation Configuration via web client, mobile client, or client software Pushes alarm notification via messages, phone calls, and email SIA-Contact ID protocol compatible
Security is always an important issue when it comes to homes. Big or small, home is a place where we not only keep our stuff and valuables at, but also spend most of our time. Thus, taking certain security measures is a must. Most houses and apartments these days are equipped with security systems and alarms that differ from one another. The difference is based on price, convenience, brand and other criteria. Up until recently it seems as if companies who produce home security alarm systems have had a stable market with no surprises. But, just like in every business area connected to technology in general, this convenience was just a breeze before a storm. And the storm came along with wireless technology
One major advantage you’ll hear from security alarm salesmen is that installation costs are much lower for wireless alarms. Just to clear how easy they are to install, you should know that traditional security alarms require drilling and thus can damage walls during installation process.
Apart from the fact that they are easy to install, wireless home security alarms have the benefit of draining power solely from batteries. Clearly, this is a very good thing if you consider power outage situations, where if you had a regular security system you are instantly vulnerable to burglars.
The fact that wireless security systems rely on wireless technology makes it even easier to connect with police stations and send a warning signal in a matter of seconds. A cell phone signal is instantly sent when the alarm goes off, even in situations when your cell’s battery is dead and phone lines are cut.