Auto Dialer Security and Safety Alarm

The number of crimes is increasing at a rate sbalordente. The home invasions are common in most of the neighborhood, even those that are known to be relatively crime free. There are a variety of alarm systems on the market, but many of them are quite expensive and, in addition to being expensive to install, there are monthly fees and other costs involved.

There is now a single alert, effective and affordable available. It is one of the most innovative alarms generated. The alarm auto security and safety of the Dialer is a passive infrared system that controls the whole movement in an area where it is fixed. The unit houses with the area and if the motion occurs, an alarm 105db alarm will sound and the auto safety and security of the Dialer hereinafter referred to as up to five phone numbers you have preset.

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The alarm auto security and safety of the Dialer can also be used in a warehouse as the chime, so that when motion is detected, as when anyone enters the store, you will be notified. The alarm is easy to set, run on a 9 volt battery and has just hook into your phone system with a standard telephone cable. Then the alarm mounts between 5 and 6 feet above the floor and it is ready to protect it. The alarm auto security and safety of the Dialer is also versatile. You can turn the chime on and off as the alarm forward / stop. You can change the phone numbers. The numbers are easy to see and read and there is a pause key, a key to panic and a programmable security code. Last, but especially, there are no monthly fees!

Flood Lights as a Security Tool

Kimberly Green asked:

It’s a well accepted fact that most robberies and crimes tend to happen during the night. Criminals quite like operating under the veil of darkness as they are easier to detect and therefore foil. A homeowner should always keep this in mind and try to ensure that gardens and house fronts are well lit. Street lighting can suffice in most circumstances, but for areas that don’t have enough light, one should consider purchasing and installing a flood light.

Different varieties of flood light exist, but the ones commonly used on domestic premises tend to be 250 or 500 watt tungsten. It’s common for a flood light to include a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor) for the light to come on when movement is detected. Flood lights should be mounted to make sure that they shed light into areas where a robber may hide and remain undetected in normal circumstance. It is important to pay heed and attention to where a spot light may be mounted. For example, the light should never shine into neighboring homes or onto neighboring property and this may be perceived as breaching their privacy. Also, a flood light should always be pointing downwards as this max most use of the light it generates. The ideal angle for a flood light is an angle of 22 degrees. In this position it illuminates walls without blinding an observer who may not be able to witness the intrusion otherwise.

There are a few things you need to keep in mind when using a flood light. If used incorrectly they will not provide any security, but instead pose a risk to your property and your visitors. Here are some things to keep in mind:

1. Make sure the flood light is not in a position where it can distract drivers. They can be a source of accidents by temporarily blinding someone in charge of a car. 2. If a floodlight is incorrectly installed it can actually help a robber by blinding onlookers or providing shadows for criminals to hide in. 3. PIR sensors can be triggered by cats, dogs or things moving in the wind. This can cause false alarms and desensitize your neighbors to the flood light coming on. 4. A 500W flood light can be quite expensive to run (and has a large impact on the environment). Sometimes, just an ordinary 60W light bulb is enough for your needs.

Keep these points in mind when purchasing and installing a flood light as the only thing worse than no security is a false sense of security.

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