Video cameras are used to transmit a signal to a recording device and/or a monitor. Primarily used for surveillance and security purposes to assist in preventing crime. They also hold high value for simply monitoring a property when you are not available to be there. Both analogue and IP based systems are available providing high definition images. Remote access of cameras by mobile phone, desktop computer or web page allow for quick and easy monitoring at any time.
DIGITAL INTRUSION ALARM
A system designed to detect intrusion – unauthorized entry into a building or area. Security Alarms are used in residential, commercial, industrial, and military properties. Remote monitoring allows immediate response to any alarms. Security systems can also monitor smoke and gas detection, high water and humidity detection. They can even provide access control to doors and gates controlled via a mobile app.
Digital Access Control systems manage who, where and when somebody is granted access to enter or exit a property. Types of access control include password, pin code, key card, mobile phone or biometric (fingerprint, palm reading, facial or iris recognition).
Security smoke is a thermally generated white fog, aimed at inhibiting intruders from accessing items to steal, much used in the storage of high-value goods, and recommended by police and insurers. It consists of glycol or glycerine mixed with distilled water, which vaporises and then condenses in the air.
Security lighting is intended to deter or detect intrusions or other criminal activity on a piece of real property. It can also be used to increase a feeling of safety. Lighting is integral to crime prevention through environmental design.
Door ironmongery consists of door accessories such as handles, knobs, hinges, knockers, letter plates, push plate and stoppers. Door ironmongery designs come in different materials, shapes and sizes. It also depends on the position of door in home and purpose of the door.
Electronic Barrier is a bar, or pole pivoted to allow the boom to block vehicular or pedestrian access through a controlled point. Electronic Barrier are typically found at level crossings, drawbridges,
parking facilities, checkpoints and entrances to restricted areas.
An automatic boom barrier can be operated through push button, remote control, RFID tags / RFID reader, loop detectors, opto-electronic sensors and any third party access control device.