Innovative and sophisticated alarm systems that will ensure the safety of your facility.
Network Security & Alarms have the skill, knowledge and expertise to install and perform maintenance on intruder alarm systems developed by the world’s leading security manufacturers. We ensure that we are always up-to-date with the latest equipment and safety software in order to design and deliver the best-suited security solution to our clients.
Texecom is a large company belonging to Halma Plc. which own and lead a large number of innovative and competitive companies that help to create a safer world.
Their products are compatible with the majority of security systems and work highly towards prevention, rather than just the other important factors of communication and action taken during or after a crisis.
Texecom produce the latest and most advanced digital and cloud based solutions ensuring connectivity, speed and confidence are secured. This is why Network Security and Alarms trust Texecom to deliver the right technology that will match our aptitude for solving the safety concerns that every business faces.PremierElite AM Series Detectors G3
Scantronic have had over 30 years’ experience producing and developing quality wired and wireless intruder alarm systems, digital and voice communicators, access control systems and detectors.
They are known internationally and are always looking for ways to advance their products and technologies, while ensuring they meet the latest standards in the field of security systems.
Network Security and Alarms are professional specialists at installing Scantronic products and are one of the leading technical support bodies.
Establishments can rest safely knowing they have a dependable and trustworthy product within their premises.
Monitored intruder alarm systems are connected to our Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). This means that on activation of the alarm, a signal is sent to the ARC via a telephone line and/or cellular network. Where a police response is required, the monitored intruder alarm system must be capable of giving confirmed alarm activations.
This means that when a detection device is triggered and the alarm activated, the first signal will be sent to the ARC, who will notify the nominated keyholder. If a second detection device is then triggered (e.g. a burglar moving from one area into another) a further signal will be sent to the ARC. This is classed as confirmation and the police response would then occur.
Network Security & Alarms are here to ensure that our clients have the correct structure in place and supply regular security system maintenance, whilst preventing unauthorised entry with an immediate response system.
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