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Burglar Alarm Installers in Conisbrough, Doncaster, Rotherham, South Yorkshire

Intruder Alarms & Detection Devices by Castle Security of Conisbrough

Intruder or more commonly called burglar alarms comprise of one or more detection devices connected to other equipment to create a system which is designed to detect the unauthorised entry of person(s) via devices fitted to the buildings entry points (doors, windows, sky lights etc) or installed within the room to detect movement of person(s) across their field of view.

Most Commonly Used Detection Devices in Doncaster

Concealed Magnetic Contact – a concealed fitting two part device which fits to doors or window openers and activates when the opening part moves a set distance away from the frame.

Surface Fitting Magnetic Contact - a surface fitting two part device which fits to doors or window openers and activates when the opening part moves a set distance away from the frame.

Vibration Detector – a surface fitting device fitted to the frames of doors or windows and activates upon detection of vibrations through the frame caused by persons attempting to gain unauthorised entry.

Passive Infra-Red movement detector –a device which activates upon detection of movement across its field of view, usually mounted in the corner of a room but can be ceiling mounted if required.

Remote Key Pad – can be housed in a variety of casing finishes the key pad is used to set and unset the alarm system as well as activate the alarm in the event of personal attack.

Control Panel – the unit which all equipment is connected and controlled by, usually sited discreetly out of sight.

Standby Rechargeable Battery – located within the main control panel the battery continues to operate the system in the event of a mains power failure.

Internal Sounder – primary function is to generate noise throughout the building in the event of an activation and also to provide audible tones during the setting and un-setting procedures.

External Sounder Housing (Bell Box) – usually sited externally on the front elevation of the building incorporating a sounder and strobe flasher with back up battery power source to continue operation of the sounder and strobe should power be lost from the control panel. The outer cover will normally display the name and telephone number of the installing company.

Decoy Sounder Housing (Dummy Bell Box) – are usually the same in appearance as the external sounder housing and are sited externally on the building fabric strategically around the premises but are simply a box purely to deter would be intruders.

Intruder Alarms in Doncaster

Intruder or more commonly called burglar alarms comprise of one or more detection devices connected to other equipment to create a system which is designed to detect the unauthorised entry of person(s) via devices fitted to the buildings entry points (doors, windows, sky lights etc) or installed within the room to detect movement of person(s) across their field of view.

Most Commonly Used Detection Devices

Concealed Magnetic Contact – a concealed fitting two part device which fits to doors or window openers and activates when the opening part moves a set distance away from the frame.

Surface Fitting Magnetic Contact - a surface fitting two part device which fits to doors or window openers and activates when the opening part moves a set distance away from the frame.

Vibration Detector – a surface fitting device fitted to the frames of doors or windows and activates upon detection of vibrations through the frame caused by persons attempting to gain unauthorised entry.

Passive Infra-Red movement detector –a device which activates upon detection of movement across its field of view, usually mounted in the corner of a room but can be ceiling mounted if required.

Remote Key Pad – can be housed in a variety of casing finishes the key pad is used to set and unset the alarm system as well as activate the alarm in the event of personal attack.

Control Panel – the unit which all equipment is connected and controlled by, usually sited discreetly out of sight.

Standby Rechargeable Battery – located within the main control panel the battery continues to operate the system in the event of a mains power failure.

Internal Sounder – primary function is to generate noise throughout the building in the event of an activation and also to provide audible tones during the setting and un-setting procedures.

External Sounder Housing (Bell Box) – usually sited externally on the front elevation of the building incorporating a sounder and strobe flasher with back up battery power source to continue operation of the sounder and strobe should power be lost from the control panel. The outer cover will normally display the name and telephone number of the installing company.

Decoy Sounder Housing (Dummy Bell Box) – are usually the same in appearance as the external sounder housing and are sited externally on the building fabric strategically around the premises but are simply a box purely to deter would be intruders.


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Alarm Access Control Unit
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Burglar Alarm Control Keypad
Burglar Alarm Control Panel
Burglar Alarm Control Panel
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Burglar alarm siren housing
External Alarm Housing
External Alarm Housing
External Siren Housing
External Siren Housing
Intruder Alarm Internal Speaker
Intruder Alarm Internal Speaker
Intruder Alarm Siren Housing
Intruder Alarm Siren Housing