We’ve been dealt with security systems for a while and have kept discussing the use and design of an effective systems with customers. We heard of a lot of cases and requirements from users of different backgrounds. We hope we can really share with you about the experience we accumulated
For most people, a door contact sensor is the most popular choice as a sensor to guard your door and window, probably because it’s a handy choice as using for years and by many people. Is that a perfect choice? I am without doubt so far until I think about
Properly installed security lighting is a real boost to your peace of mind, particularly if the road you’re living in isn’t very busy – it’s good to have a very visible signal that there’s someone moving about outside your house. (And, of course, it may well deter any would-be burglar
A foot-candle (sometimes foot candle; abbreviated fc, lm/ft², or sometimes ft-c) is a non-SI unit of illuminance or light intensity widely used in photography, film, television, conservation lighting, and the lighting industry. The unit is defined as the amount of illumination the inside surface of a 1-foot radius sphere would
There are so many passive infra-red motion detector in the market for alarm use, even I myself confused sometimes about the quality and functionalities of those units while their outdoor very different, but on the other hand, there may be a price gap.
Lighting is an overlook area for most people they build security systems. From a security perspective, two major purposes of lighting are to create a psychological deterrent to intrusion and to enable detection. Good lighting is considered such an effective crime control method that the law, in many locales, requires
Detect, Delay and Response From the design perspective of security system, bear in mind the most basic objective of your setup is detect, delay and response. Without the proper addressing these three goals, your system cannot be said as adequate and high chances are that your properties actually not properly
Perimeter Security Measures. A. Perimeter protection is the first line of defense in providing physical security for a facility. This can be accomplished by installing fences or other physical barriers, outside lighting, lockable gates, intrusion detectors, or a guard force. Perimeter protection also includes walls, lockable doors and windows, bars