CONNECT YOUR INTRUDER ALARM TO AN ALARM RECEIVING CENTRE (ARC) WITH CHURCHES FIRE
WHAT IS INTRUDER ALARM MONITORING?
With an intruder alarm located on your business premises, you can increase the level of security protection with monitoring.
A monitored system sends a signal when it is triggered that connects to an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) via the telephone line or cellular network.
The ARC is a permanently manned location with staff dedicated to monitoring intruder alarms and alerting the relevant people as necessary.
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ADDITIONAL LEVEL OF SECURITY
Churches Fire can connect your intruder alarm system to an ARC via DualCom or other signalling networks.
When the alarm is activated, DualCom uses a secured signalling path to alert the centre. This action will happen even if there is an attack on the communications line or fault present.
The intruder and fire alarm systems can both be connected to the same ARC, adding protection from theft as well as fire from the same trusted supplier.
The most basic option of intruder alarm uses audible bell signals to alert. With monitoring, you have the option of two different types of response. A nominated key holder can be alerted, or the signal is sent to the ARC. Depending on the arrangement in place, the ARC can then contact the keyholder or initiate the police or security guard response. It’s worth noting that the police will only attend when the alarm triggering is confirmed as an actual intrusion and not a false alarm.
As experts in security, you can count on Churches Fire to provide Intruder Alarm Monitoring for your organisation.
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