Obsolete – Carbon monoxide detectors

We have been informed by Visonic that the Carbon Monoxide detectors are currently obsolete, There is No issue with existing detectors at all.

The reasons were a little vague, but what i picked up on was that they were down to having a life span of 5 Years which the European regulations state that safety protection devices like smoke,heat and carbon monoxide detectors.

Now these devices can have a shelf life of 10 Years, so Visonic designers would have to go back to the drawing board to design and manufacture a new Carbon monoxide detector. At this point they would probably look at how much of these are manufactured compared to the selling and weighing up the costs.

Our Visonic representative that we are in regular contact with has stated that he thinks there should be another type of Carbon monoxide detector out late in the year. If this does happen, we will let you know and they will be back on sale and displayed on the website.

The Carbon Monoxide detectors are still being made and produced as normal for the “Power Master Range” and there are no plans, for that becoming unavailable.

Please note: we have seen Carbon monoxide detectors for the Visonic Powermax complete for sale on the internet, but there are only a few being sold and for over £144.00 which is a ridiculous price in our opinion.

It is very important that all houses have carbon monoxide detectors installed in their house as this Gas is a killer and it is odourless, so you can’t notice it coming. You can purchase a good stand alone carbon monoxide detectors over the internet and at most diy shops from around £18.00.

Burglar Alarms and Access Control

Keeping your property secure is not just about keeping the doors and windows locked. Getting an Access Control system linked to a burglar alarm system could make your property more secure than any lock and key system ever could. Burglar alarms come in a variety of types but can be split into two main groups.

Wireless Alarm System from Ace AlarmsWire Free Alarms and Wired Alarms. Wired alarms are the historically easiest to obtain and install as they’re all linked together with wires from the door and window sensors back to the main alarm unit. installing these types of burglar alarms can be done by the amateur but is usually best left to the professional alarm system installer. However, the Wire Free alarm systems can be purchased in a local hardware store and all linked together in your home or business via a wireless signal much like a standard WiFi signal.

This leaves the would be burglar with no wires to bypass or cut so it’s more difficult to get around. Burglar alarms can also be set up to send you a text message of call you if there is a problem like someone trying to break in to your property.

Thinking about Access Control this can also be linked to your system and be controlled by key-fob type remote controls just like the remote fob for your car locks and alarm.

Like all system these Key Fobs can be added to and programmed for your system as an d when you need to allow additional people access to the property. Maybe you have a new employee at your work premises and need to allow that person access to certain parts of the building. Access Control can do that for you. Allowing entry and exit through one door only and no access to any other doors.

Getting a professional installer is the best way to go with access control as they’ll be able to guide you through the pros and cons of each system and how they can all be linked up to any burglar alarm that you may have installed. Couple this with CCTV and your property could be the most protected place you’d want it to be.

Here’s A Fascinating Eventuality For You To Consider.

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Unlike standard alarm system, a barking dog alarm needs no installation and is accessible. Purchasing a Home Thief Alarm Many home security service firms sell and install thief alarm systems for you. The web is a brilliant source of info regarding thief alarms. You will find many solid reviews and product comparisons on the internet, and you can shop from the benefit of your arm-chair. You will find complete details on features and costs, and many internet sites offer careful product comparisons. A retrofit wireless system are cheaper and quicker to install Most trespasser alarm systems are created for different purposes.

The most recent alarm systems are typically hard-wired to be more cost effective. They include, ones that handle fire, intrusion and safety alarms. Here’s a fascinating eventuality for you to contemplate. Feature and designs range all the way from built in to little noise makers Also available are complicated designs that have multi sectioned systems that are PC based. A store chief is home sleeping after a tedious day at work. Constantly he gets a call from the safety system monitoring company saying that there's an alarm going off at the store. No damaged windows, no open doors, nobody in the shop, no obvious reason for the alarm to have sounded. The thief alarm system is a complex electronic gizmo containing sensors and a low-voltage power system hooked up to the key management system.

When the system’s signals are interrupted, hollering alarms get you interested and scare thieves away. The most typical sensors indicate when doors are windows are opened or damaged. Latest system designs are hard-wired to be more cost-effective, but retrofit wireless systems are cheap and simpler to install. Ace Alarms in Sussex provide free evaluation and quotes for your security systems, lighting and Wire Free Alarm Systems.