SECURITY TIPS

BURGLAR ALARMS-Visible burglar alarms make burglars think twice. There are many burglar alarm systems on the market, ranging from cheaper DIY alarms to more sophisticated alarms; including wireless alarms; costing hundreds of pounds. The system should be professionally installed to comply with BS4737 or EN50131/PD6662 standards. Remember, a badly-fitted alarm can create problems in itself. Don't install a DIY system unless you have the electrical knowledge and practical skill to do so. As a guide, make sure your security system is installed by a Fair-trades approved company.

DOOR- Secure All Doors. If doors are not secure, Fit back and front doors with five lever mortise deadlocks - and use it. Fit all exterior doors - top and bottom - with bolts.



WINDOWS - A third of burglars get in through a back window. Fit key-operated window locks to all downstairs windows & up stairs windows, those which can't be seen from the street and easily accessible upstairs window, e.g. those above a flat roof or by a drainpipe.



LIGHTING - Good lighting can deter a thief. Think of having external security light with infra-red sensor that switches the light on for a few moments when it detects movement in its range.



HOME AND AWAY - Don't tempt the thief - keep all valuable items out of sight. Don't advertise your absence when you're on holiday, or even when out at work or shopping or at home sleeping. Most burglars will only tackle an unoccupied house. Good quality Safes are now affordable.




HOME INSURANCE - Insurance will relieve you of the financial worry of replacing stolen goods and many insurance companies offer reduced premiums for people with good home security. Under Maintenance.



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Security Lighting Systems

Security Lighting For Your Home and Business

Security lighting can be used in residential, commercial and industrial settings. Security lighting, one of the most common types of outdoor security, is an effective deterrent in preventing crime and intrusions.

An Intruder intending to enter your premises does not like two things – NOISE and LIGHT.

To increase your security, you can install security lighting from the very simple single floodlight with a built-in Infra-red Sensor to a professional Security Lighting System, which can be controlled and switched from inside the building.


The system can be designed to allow the area around the building to be divided into separate individually activated zones.

The security lighting can also be used in conjunction with Closed Circuit Television cameras, to record any unusual activity.
A1 SAS security liverpool use equipment in our Security Lighting Systems from the leading manufacturers, who specialise in this area of building Protection.

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COMMONLY USED SECURITY TERMS

CPO Association of Chief Police Officers. The ACPO approve the usage of certain alarm components, usually for high security/monitored installations.

Active IR Active Infra-red detectors, as opposed to Passive Infra-red (PIR), comprise an IR transmitter and receiver and are usually used to provide a long curtain coverage e.g. the perimeter of a compound.

Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) Also known as Central Station. An ARC is a secure location which monitors signals from alarm systems connected to it. The ARC uses Confirmed Detection to verify that an alarm has been generated by an intruder (audio - listening device on premises, visual - CCTV on premises, Sequential Confirmation) and on confirmation will contact the Police.

Auto-dialler A device connected to the alarm control panel which dials up to 4 pre-programmed telephone nuimbers and delivers pre-recorded voice (with some systems text as well) messages. On control panels with a suitable communicator output the type of alarm (intruder, fire, Personal attack) can be differentiated and a specific message for the type of alarm can be sent. Other sensors may also be connected to the autodialler, e.g. a temperature sensor in a cold storage room to send a message that the temperature has risen above a preset value.

Back-up Battery A rechargeable battery used to power burglar and Fire alarms in the event of mains power failure. All systems should be fitted with a battery of suitable capacity, which should maintain the system in a quiescent (non-alarm) state for at least 8 hours. For example a burglar alarm system comprising a Control Panel (70mA) 8 x PIRs (15mA x 8 = 120mA) and an external Sounder (30mA) uses a total power of 220mA, thus a 12v battery rated at 2.1Ah will maintain the system for 9.5 hours if the battery is in perfect condition. Batteries remain in reasonable condition for up to 3 years but they should be checked annually (voltage should be 13v - 13.6v)

Bell Formerly used in burglar alarm installations, still used in some fire alarm installations - output approx. 90dB
Bellbox A housing, usually external used to enclose audio (formerly a bell but now Piezo Sounder(s)), visual (Strobe) or nothing (Decoy or Dummy).

Blank End-station A Blank End-station is an alarm control panel without an on-board keypad. All programming and setting/unsetting is carried out at one or more Remote Keypads (RKPs). Blank End-stations can be hidden from view (attic etc.).

Break-Glass Detector An intruder alarm detector comprising a microphone and signal processor to identify the unique sound frequencies of breaking glass,
BS4737 British Standards for design, installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems
BS5979 British Standards for construction and working practices of an ARC
BS6799 British Standards for wireless intruder alarm systems
Cable (alarm) Wired Alarm systems use multi-core cable to monitor the detectors and to connect to sounders. Cable is available in 4, 6, 8, and 12 core versions and in white or brown. Non-powered detectors (e.g. magnetic contacts) require a minimum of 4 cores (2 for alarm, 2 for tamper), Powered detectors (e.g. PIRs, vibration detectors) require a minimum of 6 cores (2 for alarm, 2 for tamper, 2 for 12v power). Self Actuating Bells (SABs) and SCBs usually require 5 cores of a 6 core cable. More than one detector may be connected to the same cable in this case the alarm circuit and tamper circuit are each connected in series (daisy chained) such that any detector on the circuit will cause the circuit to go open corcuit. The power supply to powered detectors is connected in parallel.

CCTV Closed Circuit Television
Decoy Sounder/Bellbox An empty external sounder enclosure to provides a visual deterrent. Most sounder manufacturers supply matching decoys for their live sounders. Can be fitted with battery operated flashing LEDs

Detector A device which sends a signal to the control panel indicating a change of state (Normally Closed[NC] to Open circuit or Normally Open [NO] to Closed circuit).
Digital Communicator A device connected to the Control Panel which sends a digitised signal to the Alarm Receiving Centre
Double Knock Some Control Panels and Detectors can be programmed to only alarm if two alarm signals are received within a certain time. This can significantly reduce the occurrance of false alarms.

Dual Technology Detector A detector with two different types of detection within the same housing. The most common type uses PIR and Microwave technology such that both technologies have to be triggered to produce an alarm condition. This greatly reduces the occurrance of false alarms.

Dummy Sounder/Bellbox An empty external sounder enclosure to provide a visual deterrent. Most sounder manufacturers supply matching decoys for their live sounders. Can be fitted with battery operated flashing LEDs

Duress Code An alarm unset code which unsets the alarm system as normal but sends a personal attack code to the Alarm receiving centre.

E/E Zone A zone on the Control Panel to which detectors on the route in and out of the premises are connected. Detectors on this route do not cause an alarm until a user programmed time has elapsed. See also Inhibited/intermediate
EN501-31 Standards for design, installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems
Exit Terminator A device fitted outside the alarmed area used to set the alarm system.

Extension Speakers Most control panels have terminals for fitting extension speakers or internal piezo sounders

Full Set Most Alarm control panels can be programmed for Full and Part settings. Full set normally alarms all the active zones of the system. part set can be programmed to omit specified zones. The function of the zones can also be changed. For example; a house alarm could be programmed to protect the ground floor and first floor and have the front door as the E/E zone. In Part set only the ground floor is alarmed and the front door is set to Immediate instead of E/E and the PIR at the bottom of the stairs set to E/E.

Inertia Detector Also known as Vibration/shock sensors. Detectors which detect and process vibrations typical of an intruder trying to forcibly open a door or window (or even a wall!)

Intelligent Device system (iD) iD systems use miniature silicon chips (Biscuits) which are easily fitted into any standard detector at the time of installation. Each biscuit uniquely identifies the detector it is connected to, thereby allowing up to 30 detectors to be connected to a single cable.
IP An IP (Ingress Protection) number is used to specify the environmental protection of enclosures around electronic equipment. These ratings are determined by specific tests. The IP (Ingress Protection) number is composed of two numbers, the first referring to the protection against solid objects and the second against liquids. The higher the number the better the protection.

LCD Liquid Crystal Display - these allow the information on Control Panels and Remote Keypads (RKPs) to be displayed alphanumerically

LED Light Emitting Diode

Magnetic Contact A detector comprising a magnetically operated reed switch and a separate magnet. Usually used on doors and windows where the magnet is fitted to the opening door or window and the switsh on the fixed frame such that when the opening door or window is closed the magnet is in close proximity to the switch such that the switch closes and the circuit connected to the switch is closed, This is known as a Normally Closed (NC) detector

Master Code The administrators code for the system which allows all available programming functions

Monitored Alarm An alarm system usually monitored by an ARC.

NACOSS National Approval Council for Security Systems.

NICEIC National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting

NSI National Security Inspectorate

Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) This is a memory chip in the Control Panel which remembers the programmed alarm settings when all power is removed. The NVM can usually be reset to Factory Default settings.

Panic ALarm (PA) Also known as Personal Attack is usually a button which when pressed causes a full alarm condition regardless of whether or not the alarm system is set/unset. This may be programmed to cause a silent alarm if the system is monitored, thus having the same effect as Duress code.

Part Set Most Alarm control panels can be programmed for Full and Part settings. Full set normally alarms all the active zones of the system. Part set can be programmed to omit specified zones. The function of the zones can also be changed. For example; a house alarm could be programmed to protect the ground floor and first floor and have the front door as the E/E zone. In Part set only the ground floor is alarmed and the front door is set to Immediate instead of E/E and the PIR at the bottom of the stairs set to E/E.

Passive Infra-red (PIR) Detector This detector 'sees' the temperature of the area it is covering. A lens at the front of the detector splits the area 'seen' into several zones, when the temperature 'seen' in adjacent zones changes at a certain rate then an alarm is triggered.

Pet Immune (PIR) Detector This type of detector is similar to a standard PIR but has a reduced sensitivity. Typically not detecting animals weighing up to 80 lbs. Also available in Dual Technology versions.
Pet Lens A lens fitted to a PIR which alters the beam pattern such that the detection zone is raised a certain height above the floor usually okay for dogs, but not necessarily so for cats.

Pulse Count This facility is available on most PIRs and is similar to the Double Knock (see above) in that the detector has to detect 2 or 3 alarm events within a specific time before it creates an alarm state.

Push-to-set A terminal on the control panel which allows a button outside the alarmed area to be pushed to set the alarm.

Power Supply Unit (PSU) All Control Panels have a PSU usually rated at 1.0 Amp. This is normally sufficient to supply around 15 powered detectors (PIRs, Vibration Detectors) and two sounders. If extra power is required a separate PSU can be added.

QUAD PIR A PIR detector with two heat sensors

Remote Keypad {RKP) A keypad located remotely from the control panel used to set/unset/programme the alarm. The RKP can be connected to a Blank End-station (Controlpanel without on-board keypad) or a stand-alaone control panel. Most control panels allow between 4 and 6 RKPs to be connected.

Security Grades A system under which alarm components are graded (1 to 4) according to the level of protection they afford.

Self Activating Bell (SAB) The 'bell' is a legacy term but the function is the same. Most external sounder units are SAB devices, that is that they can operate independently of the control panel. They contain a rechargeable battery and charging circuit. In non-alarm condition the battery is charged from the control panel and the LEDs (if fitted) indicate a healthy state. In alarm condition the sounder is triggered (and strobe if fitted) and powered by the control panels power supply. If the cable to the sounder is cut the sounder will still operate using its internal battery.

Self Contained Bell (SCB) This is similar to the above except that in alarm condition the power is derived from its internal battery. Some sounder units can be set to operate in ether SAB or SCB mode. If the amount of power from the panel is insufficient to operate the sounder then it can be set to SCB mode. This is useful when fitting multiple sounder units
Verification The means of verifying that an intrusion has taken place. Can be via audio, visual or sequential means.

Vibration/shock Detector Detectors which detect and process vibrations typical of an intruder trying to forcibly open a door or window (or even a wall!)
Zone A typical Control Panel will usually have 8 zones and in the majority of cases these are individually programmable as

Entry/Exit - detectors on this zone do not cause an alarm if they are triggered within a user set time. Some panels have a final door set which sets the alarm as soon as the final detector goes to closed circuit.
Inhibited or Intermediate - detectors on this zone will not alarm within the Exit time (as set on the E/E zone), however once the alarm is set they operate in immediate mode unless the entry into the premises is through the E/E zone.
Immediate - detectors on this zone trigger an alarm immediately.
Fire - some control panels have a dedicated fire zone and on some any zone is programmable as fire. The fire zone is designed for connection of smoke detectors. The zone operates 24hrs (i.e. whether the alarm is set or unset). The sounder(s) usually have a distinctive sound when triggered by this zone.

Tamper - some control panels have a dedicated tamper zone and on some any zone is programmable as tamper. The zone operates 24hr (i.e. whether the alarm is set or unset) however when the alarm is unset only the internal sounder is activated, when the alarm is set both internal and external sounders are activated.

Personal Attack (PA) - some control panels have a dedicated PA zone and on some any zone is programmable as PA The zone operates 24hr (i.e. whether the alarm is set or unset). Both internal and external sounders are activated. The zone is designed for the connection of PA buttons.

Double Knock - some control panels can have a zone programmed to only alarm if two alarm signals are received within a certain time. This can significantly reduce the occurrance of false alarms

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ALARM SYSTEM

ALARM SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE

ALL SYSTEMS CONSIDERED REGARDLESS OF AGE OR CONDITION CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE

Alarm Maintenance Recommendations,

Regular maintenance helps to maintain the performance of the alarm system. It is important to have your alarm system serviced at least once a year as most insurance companies require evidence that the alarm system is installed and maintained by an approved company. Having your alarm system maintained also provides you with peace of mind. It is also cost effective to have an alarm regular serviced rather than the cost of breakdowns and repairs.

Our maintenances include the following providing you with extra peace of mind.

Check the history of alarm system since the last maintenance service
Visual inspection of all major alarm components including cabling and connection where accessible, for signs of deterioration or damage
Check mains power supply including charging rates (where applicable)
Check battery power supply including charging rates (where applicable)
Check and Walk test all detectors
Check satisfactory operation of manually operated devices e.g. panic buttons
Check and test all audible warning devices e.g sirens or speakers
Check and test remote signalling equipment (where appropriate)
Make adjustments as necessary
Repair any minor faults (where applicable)
Retrain the users on the use of the alarm system (if required)
Log all test results
Return the alarm systems to operation status
Cleaning detectors and sensors
At A1 SAS ALARM Security Systems we provide two types of maintenance depending on the alarm system you have, these are;

Non-Monitored Alarm

we provide an annual maintenance, completing all of the above as applicable.

Monitored Alarm

We provide two maintenance’s visits annually.

WE REPAIR AND SERVICE ALL THESE ALARM BRANDS

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Envoy_Install



A1 omnicron
8000 full manual

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Advantage_ZX6_AJ600N_Quick_Reference

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AJ600userUK

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Omnicron_6000_Installer_Instructions

Omnicron_7000_Engineer_Guide

Omnicron_7000_User_Instructions

Omnicron 9000 Full_e_manual

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ADE
A-G3_inst optima

Accenta_8_install

Accenta_8_Mini_User_GUIDE

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ACCENTA_mercuryabi_enginfo

Accenta8MINIinstall

AccentaLCD

ADE Logic4 Install guide

ADE_concept_Install

ADE_concept_User

Informa_Speechdialer_Engineer_manual

KARIZMA_prelim_enginf

KARIZMA_UDL_enginfo

KarizmaPlusEng

Logic6Inst

Optima 2plus CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING GUIDE

Optima Compact (6 Zone) Install

Optima XL6 install

Optima XM

optima-rf_programming_installation

OptimaXL6install

Simple_Set

Sonada2000bellbox

Ultimate_Eng_POCKET_Guide

Ultimate_Keypad

Ultimate_Manager_GUIDE

Ultimate_USER_Operating_guide

ULTIMATEID_enginfo

XM6supForManual



Ademco
16+16prog

16+16user

16+StarFunctions

4110DL_4110XM_User_Manual

6160_RKP

Accord XPC RF user

Accord_Modems

Accord_XPC_Engineer_Book Feb 2001

Accord_XPC_Programming_Summary

Accord_XPC_user

Accord_XPC_wiring

Accord-1230-B Book Feb 2001

Accord8_Engineer

Accord8_Install

Accord8_User

Galaxy dd update

Galaxy_16Plus_v2.0_Installation_Manual

Galaxy_8&16+_User

Galaxy_8,18,60,500,504,512_Installation_Manual

Galaxy_Printer_Interface

Galaxy_Products_Typical_Current_Consumption

Galaxy_RS232_module

Galaxy_Smart_PSU_Install

Galaxy_Trigger_event_List

Galaxy_V2 Engineer_Addendum

Galaxy_v4_Advice_notes

Galaxy_Zone map

Galaxy16&16+Start_key_Functions

Galaxy16&16plus_User

Galaxy16+Engineer_manual

Galaxy16+Programming_guide

Galaxy8_18_60_500_512_User

Galaxy8_18_60_500_512Install

galaxyclassic-usr

galaxyuserev2

Glxy classic programming manual new

Infra_16_programming_Summary

INS046-7 (Digitas User Guide)

INS140 (Digitas Master User Guide)

MAX_Engineer

MAX_Programmer

Max_Weatherproof_Kit

MAX-prox-reader

Micro_MAX_Install_user_Instructions

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v10sepfinst

V2 Addendum

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Vista- 20SE_Programming_Form

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Vista15P-20P_Programming_Manual

Vista15P-20P_User_Manual

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AEG-3000Installation_Manual



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BB12

ha841d

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RD6203 Prog Manual

AE-912 & AE-924 Raucous Sounder

Aritech AS500 siren

Aritech cd95 installer addendum

aritech cp32 33 user

Aritech EV500 Plus PIR

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Aritech63

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AS270 & AS271 Indoor Siren

AS394 Siren

AS500 Outdoor Siren

Attender_50_&_75_Installation_Manual

Attender100_Installation_Manual

CD3403

CD3403_install

CD7203_CD95_1500_Install_Manual

CD72150

cp3203 3303 instal

cp33 keypad

CS-200_Installation_Manual

CS-350_Installation_Manual

Horizon_CP35_user

Nitewatch_DI310_Installer

rd62prog

ARITECH ADVISOR CD 95 PROG MANUAL



AT&T
8000_Installation_Manual

8000_Owners_Manual

8000_Troubleshooting_Guide

8000-8300_Quick_Reference



ATI
ati 6000


AV-Gad
2004_2048_Manual

2005-8

2008_214

2008ELT_Manual

2016_213

A11RX_Manual

Av11rx

AV-701 Manual Eng

AV702_Manual

AV-705_706_707

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Brako_Installation_Manual

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Eye-Spy II V2

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FREEKO_PIR

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Ade Accenta
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ADE SL Compact
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ADT
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AEI 3400
AJ 600
AJ600N
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Aritech Attender

Aritech CD72

Aritech Horizon

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Aritech CD95

Aritech Advisor RD6203

Aritech CS350

Aritech CP32
ATG MX48
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Avenger Control Panel
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Bentley F130 Keyswitch
Bentley F133
Bentley Keyswitch
Bentley Symphony

British Gas Alarms

British Gas dsc Alarms
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C&K 802L

C&K Active 5
C&K Securitech 700L
Castle
Castle Omega 5
Castlecare 2000
Concept ADE
CP8L Eurosec
DA Rebel 8
Digital Audio Abacus 8 Appliq
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DSC Power 832
Eurosec 8 LED
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Eurosec CP8L engineers code
FVE Commander 1
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Gardtec 350
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Gardtec 382

Gardtec 593

Gardtec 872

Gardtec 480

Gardtec 490

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Gardtec 581
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Gardtec 816
Genco 3
GJD Emerald Mk3
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Hilclaire Mascot 3
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Itec Horizon
Logic 4
Lynteck Commander 2
Lynteck SL180 Motion Sensor Side Elev
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Menvier TS 500
Menvier TS 790
Menvier TS510
Menvier TS700
Omnicron
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Omnicron 8000
Optima 2 Plus
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Optima XL6
Optima XM4
OptimaXM6
Paragon E
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Pyronix Conqueror
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Pyronix Sterling
Pyronix Sterling 10
Pyronix Super Paragon 2
Racal Rascal
Racal Rascal +
Racal Rascal Keyswitch
Regalsafe RS 40
Regalsafe RS50
Regalsafe RS55
Response Alarm B & Q
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Scantonic 9651
Scantronc 9800
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Scantronic 500R
Scantronic 816
Scantronic 9100
Scantronic 916
Scantronic 9200
Scantronic 9210
Scantronic 9400 Keyswitch
Scantronic 9448
Scantronic 9448 +
Scantronic 9448 + Style
Scantronic 9448 ES
Scantronic 9448 Original
Scantronic 9450
Scantronic 9452
Scantronic 9600
Scantronic 9651
Scantronic 9800
Scantronic 9800+
Scantronic 9851
Scantronic Equaliser 3
Scantronic Mosaic
Scopetronic Vista 5
Texecom Veritas
Texecom Veritas 8
Texecom Veritas 8 C
Texecom Veritas 8 R

Texecom Premier
Tradeguard 2 Zone Keyswitch

Tunstall Security
TS 300
TS 400

TS410
TS 500
Tunstall 5160
Tunstall TSD 402
Vikor
Visonic PowerMax
Wickes Racal Rascal

Wickes active 5
Wickes Wire Free Alarm
Yale HSA 500
Yale HSA 2000

Yale HSA 3000

Yale HSA 3200

Yale HSA 3400

Yale HSA 3500

Yale HSA 3600

Yale HSA 3800

Yale HSA 3095

Yale HSA 6200

Yale HSA 6300

Yale HSA 6400

A1 alarm panels - Omnicron 3000 / 6000 / 7000 / 8000 / 9000 / Advantage ZX6



ADE alarm panels - Optima / XM / XL / Accenta and G3 / Logic 6 / Captive 8 / Karizma ID / Optima 2 Plus / Ultimate / Gemini / Concept



Ademco Microtech (Honeywell) alarm panels - 4110 / Galaxy / Galant / Accord xpc / Vista 20 / 30 /40 / 50



Aritech and Itec alarm panels - Meridian / Horizon / CP32 / CP33 / CP24 / CP42 / CD 350 / CP72 / CP95



Bentley F133 / Symphony



Castle-Caretech alarm panels - 850 / 901 / Omega 5 / Euro-Meridian



C&K alarm panels - Active 5 / Active 8 / Securit 700L / 800L



DA Systems also Digital Audio (now Bosch) alarm panels - Abacus / Pulsar / Rebel 8,9



DSC alarm panels - Power 608 / 832 / 864 / Maxsys / Envoy (British Gas)



Europlex alarm panels - Directplex and Aplex



Galaxy 8 / 16 / 32 plus others



Gardtec alarm panel - 350 / 350+ / 370 / 500 / 580 / 590 / 800 / 816/ Eurosec CP7,8



Guardall and Racal alarm panels - Rascal / Rascal Super / Balmoral / Windsor (Chubb)



Menvier alarm panels - TS400 / TS450 / TS700 / TS790 / TS900 / TS2500



Pyronix alarm panels - Sterling 10 / Conqueror / Octagon / Paragon Plus and E



Scantronic alarm panels - Homelink 75 / 500r+ / 9100 / 9200 / 9205 / 9210 / 9300 / 9448 / 9448+ / 9450 / 9452 / 9500 / 9600 / 9651 / 9800+ / 8136 / 9751 / 9752 / 9753 / 9851 / 9852 / Equaliser



Texecom alarm panels - Veritas 8 / Compact / Excel / Veritas R8 / Veritas R8+ / Premier 24, 48, 88, 168

WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF ALARM SYSTEMS ON 01519204612

WE COVER ALL LOCAL AREAS

CALL US TODAY FOR ADVICE ON 0151 9204612

We carry out work in all of the following areas : Ainsdale, Aintree, Anfield, Aughton, Birkdale,
Blundellsands, Bootle, Burscough. Cheshire, Chester, Childwall, Crosby, Everton, Fazakerley,
Ford, Formby, Garston, Gatacre, Hightown, Huyton,Ince Blundell, Kirkby, Kirkdale, Knowsley, Litherland,
Liverpool, Lydiate,Maghull, Melling, Merseyside,Netherton, Ormskirk, Orrell Park, Rainford,
Runcorn, Seaforth, Skelmersdale,Southport,Speke, Walton,Waterloo, Warrington, Wavertree,
West Derby, Wigan, Wirral. Please Note this list is not exhaustive and we cover other areas that may not be listed above.


CH41,CH42,CH43,CH44,CH45,CH46,CH47,CH48,CH49,CH60
CH61,CH63,L10,L12,L14,L16,L17,L18,L19,L20,L21,L22,
L23,L24,L25,L26,L29,L3,L30,L31,L32,L34,L35,L36
,L37,L38,L62,L63,L9,PR8,PR9,WA10,WA11,WA12,WA8,
WA9,WN4,WN5

 
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