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Choosing HOME SECURITY LIVERPOOL to protect your home and family makes a great deal of sense in these troubled times. With the increasing incidence of home burglary, more and more home owners are turning to security alarm systems to help them find peace of mind. If you find yourself contemplating the question of home security, you'll need to know what to look for in a quality alarm system. What components offer the best protection? Should you choose a professionally monitored system? What benefits define a quality comprehensive security solution? Below, you will find a handy guide to help you determine what best fits your needs.

A quality alarm system consists of several components. One of the most important is the digital control keypad. Because although small and neat the display area is large and illuminated, so it is much easier to read. In addition, a digital keypad is very easy to use, providing you with immediate access to police, fire and medical rescue personnel. Of course, a digital keypad should be hardwired into your home with no fuss however, the peripherals(sensors) should be wireless. What types of peripherals should you look for?



Motion sensors provide obvious benefits. However, some options can actually be problematic, especially if you have pets that can set off the alarm. Small children can also set off the motion sensors. The best option is to choose a system with smart sensors that can differentiate between pets, children and actual intruders. These sensors provide substantial protection against adult intruders, but will not be set off by small objects moving within their range. A motion sensor should be placed in hallways, in the living room area and near your access points for the best protection.

Of course, motion sensors are not the limit of protection that you need. You should also have door and window sensors that protect these vulnerable areas. You should have a sensor on your front door, as well as your back door and any vulnerable ground floor windows in case of break-in. Other sensors can also be incorporated into your home security system, which include fire/smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, freeze detectors and flood warning sensors. All of these sensors can be incorporated into a comprehensive solution for home protection.

As mentioned, all of your peripheral sensors should be wireless. This helps avoid drilling through the walls of your home but also provides room for future growth and expansion of the system. As your family grows or needs change your security requirements will change. Wireless peripherals provide the best mixture of protection and flexibility, while the wired control panel ensures that you have the reliability that you need.

Another item of considerable interest is a remote arm/disarm solution. These are usually key-chain fobs, which can be used to arm or disarm your alarm system from anywhere in the home, or even from the driveway. This is more than mere convenience; it can prove to be a very helpful feature in many different situations. A quality alarm system from a provider such as us at HOME SECURITY LIVERPOOL will help keep your family safe and secure.

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Every year burglars target more than one million homes in the UK, and although many millions of pounds worth of possessions are stolen, it is emotional trauma, rather than material loss, that causes most harm to the victims.


If you want a low cost effective hassle free security system to protect your home, Friedland has the perfect solution for you. Designed specifically for easy installation, Response Alarm systems operate on a wire-free radio frequency. They are battery and mains plug-in-powered, which means no complicated wiring is needed.

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Every year, burglars target more than one million homes in the UK, and although many millions of pounds worth of possessions are stolen, it is emotional trauma, rather than material loss, that causes most harm to the victims.

THE POWERMAX+ WIREFREE SECURITY AT ITS BEST.

•Easy programming options - you can even set it to inform you when a child gets safely home
•Simple to use – all sensors can be set and disarmed with just one key fob.
•Simple to Monitor – POWERMAX+ will call up to 4 numbers (calling a mobile or land-line) when an incident occurs.
•Great with Pets – Using patented technology, this system is one of the only alarms that allow your pet(s) to roam freely without triggering a false alarm.
•Because it's wireless, your home and decorations won't be disrupted during fitting of the alarm.
•Modular components allow you to choose the exact specification for your property
•Specialist units may be added to identify Gas leaks or Flooding or even to protect your Fine Art
•Remotely initiated hands-free 2-way voice communication- ideal for the elderly or handicapped

•Main panel measures just 275x203x55mm deep.
•See below for additional accessories also on the 868MHz


POWERMAX+ Wireless Burglar Alarm complete with Wireless External Siren Description
This is our top of the range Wireless Burglar Alarms system which will protect your home and family for years to come with many different features and is fully expandable.

This sets the industry standard for convenience and peace of mind, the POWERMAX+ is the most advanced wireless home burglar alarm security system available today and is based on the latest 868MHz frequency. In addition to protecting the home or office from intrusion, it is complemented by a host of other powerful capabilities: wireless detection of smoke, gas leak, and flooding, easy remote access via SMS,e-mail, mobile or regular phone, and much much more.
The POWERMAX+ offers easy flexible configuration and clean wireless installation without damaging your decor. Choosing the POWERMAX+ wireless burglar alarm system means fully installing a new system in about 3 hours.
In addition to all this, the POWERMAX+ offers all the unsurpassed reliability and proven performance that have made the POWERMAX+ the choice of professional installers, Homeowners, Monitoring companies, National Utilities and Yacht Owners. Hundreds of thousands of families in over 70 countries rely on the POWERMAX+ wireless burglar alarms to protect their homes and families.
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Many years of concentrated Research by one of the worlds leading innovator's of Wireless Burglar Alarms Technology have resulted in an intelligent system that is ready to install straight out of the box, requiring virtually no cabling even for the external siren.


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EN50131 European Standards For Intruder Alarm Systems


The date for withdrawal of British Standards that conflict with the new European Standards is the 1st October 2005.

The current British Standards 4737, 7042 and BS 6799 Wireless Systems will be replaced by the new European Standards BSEN 50131 series on this date.

European Standards are not retrospective, therefore systems which are currently installed to British Standards will continue to be maintained and updated to that standard.

The European standards have been under development for some time, and not all of the standards are complete, but work on these standards continues. However, there are a suite of European Standards available to enable companies to install to. To enable this, the European Standards will include a document PD 6662:2004. This is a Published Document (PD) and is used to call up parts of the current British Standards where European Standards are still under development. As new parts of the European standards are completed they will eventually replace those parts of the PD6662, which will eventually be phased out.

Risk assessment

One of the most significant issues within the new EN standards will be evaluating the risk associated with the premises and determining a grade of system. This is because once the grade of a system is determined it will define the extent of the system, its signaling and tamper security requirements.

SECURITY GRADES

One of the most important aspects of the EN 50131 requirements is the concept of a security grade. For each installation the grade of system has to be chosen according to various factors. In the EN the grade is described in terms of the type of intruder and how much effort they would put into a burglary.

What are the Grades?

Grade 1 is for an installation with a low risk of theft. The property is not likely to attract intruders. It is assumed that a thief is likely to be opportunistic rather than bothering to plan things in advance. In the application guide (DD CLC/TS 50131-7) it assumes that an intruder is simply going to break open a door.

Grade 2 is for a slightly higher risk of theft. The property is likely to have something of interest to an experienced thief. In this case the intruder is expected to have some knowledge of how alarm systems work and possibly carry some tools to allow him to overcome a simple alarm system. The thief is likely to check the building for ease of access through doors, windows and other openings.

Grade 3 is for a reasonably substantial risk property. There is good reason to assume it may be broken into and might well contain objects of high value. An intruder is likely to gain access by penetrating doors, windows or other openings. The thief could be very experienced with intruder alarm systems and possess a number of tools and equipment to overcome the system

Grade 4 is for very high-risk properties. Intruders could be expected to plan a burglary in advance and have the knowledge and equipment to alter parts of the intruder alarm system to prevent detection. It is assumed that the intruder could gain access by penetration of floors, walls and ceilings. The intruder is unlikely to be working alone.

What Grade of System does my installation need?

This is difficult to say at the moment and opinion on this matter varies from country to country. The view in the UK tends to require grades that are higher than other countries (e.g. a shop in Belgium at grade 2 could be grade 3 in the UK). To a large degree the choice of grade would be guided by insurance companies. A typical view though could be:
•Grade 1 would only be of interest in domestic properties (without an insurance requirement for an alarm system).
•Grade 2 would be most domestic properties and low risk commercial (e.g. florists)
•Grade 3 would be for high-risk domestics and most commercial properties (e.g. Newsagent with cigarette sales)
•Grade 4 would be for extremely high-risk domestic and higher risk commercial properties (e.g. bullion stores)

Mixing Components of Different Grade

The EN standard says that it is not necessary to use the same grade of component throughout an intruder system.

If the installation is a grade 2 then there is no problem using, for example, a grade 3 power supply.

If however an installer fits a grade 2 component (such as a detector) in a system then that system is limited to grade 2 at best.

It is possible to have a defined part of a system at a higher grade so long as all associated parts are at the same (or higher) grade. For example a system combining intruder and hold-up (PA) functionality could have a grade 4 hold-up system whilst the intruder parts were limited to grade 3. But this example is only valid if the power supply, alarm transmission system and warning devices used by the hold-up (PA) parts are all grade 4. This would still allow intruder parts such as PIR’s to be grade 3. The system as a whole is, of course, only grade 3.

 
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