Alarm and access control systems

Alarm systems (Burglary and Panic Alarm Systems) is a set of devices used to protect a given facility against burglary (burglary alarm system) or fire (fire protection system).

Intrusion alarm systems most often use passive infrared sensors that react to movement (PIR) and magnetic sensors placed on windows, doors, garage doors (excitation of the sensor causes an alarm). The system is usually armed/disarmed by entering a special code set by the user on the keypad.

Often an additional element to the burglary alarm system is an anti-burglary system, implemented in the form of a remote control or a hidden alarm button. The code keyboards have the function of dialing the code "under duress", which activates the panic alarm system - silent alarm, security call.

An important group among alarm systems are fire alarm systems. Most often they are based on optical smoke detectors, fire detectors and manual notification buttons - called Manual Fire Call Points (abbreviated ROP). In large facilities, they often have a connection with the fire brigade and cooperate with other fire protection systems. - automatic fire extinguishing systems (water sprinklers, gas extinguishing systems), supply and smoke exhaust systems, emergency lighting, sound warning system (DSO), etc.

Depending on the needs of our customers, we install systems with different composition of internal devices, these are:

  • alarm control panel (the "heart" of the entire system) equipped with a power supply and a battery,
  • alarm keypad (otherwise known as the code keypad, the user communicates with the control panel via this device),
  • various types of sensors and detectors,
  • signaling devices (acoustic or acoustic-optical devices signaling the activation of alarm systems - alarm, sabotage, etc.),
  • telephone dialer (a device transmitting information about the system - alarm, arming/disarming - via the landline telephone network),
  • GSM module (a device transmitting information about the system - alarm, arming/disarming - via the GSM cellular network),
  • radio notification (a device transmitting information about the system - alarm, arming/disarming - at a distance of up to several kilometers, using radio waves),
  • radio line (transmitter with keyfobs enabling arming/disarming, triggering a delay to enter the facility, triggering a panic alarm),
  • locks (devices to prevent theft, access or escape).

Basic detectors and detectors:

  • motion detectors
  • passage detectors
  • intrusion detectors
  • fire detectors
  • gas detectors