Intrusion Alarm System

The typical intrusion alarm system consists of the following basic components: Detection Devices – Detection devices are the components used to detect the entry of an intruder into the building. There are dozens of different types of detection devices, each usimg a different method of detecting the presence of an intruder. The most commonly used types of detection devices at commercial and residential facilities are:

  • Contact Switches – Contact switches are installed on doors and windows to detect when the door or window has been opened.
  • Motion Detectors – Motion detectors are used to detect the presence or movement of people within the building. Motion detectors are most commonly installed in hallways, corridors, and within rooms that contain a high concentration of valuables.

The most common type of motion detector in use today is the ―passive infrared‖ (PIR) detector. The PIR detector detects the body heat of a person as he passes within the viewing area of the detector.

Below is a list of intruder alarms;

  • 8/16/24/32 Zone Panels
  • Indoor Sensors
  • Outdoor beams
  • Magnetic Contacts
  • Panic Buttons
  • Rapid Response
  • 24-Hour Control Room
  • Kick rails

Fire Alarm

A fire represents the single greatest security threat! Given the same amount of time, an accidental or intentionally set fire can cause far greater harm to a building and its contents than the most accomplished thieves. Because of that Volsec is in a position to install Fire and Smoke detection systems that greatly minimize the risk and impact of fire-related incidences. Risks include:

  • Structure damage
  • Knowledge loss
  • Injury or loss of life Public relations impact

Below is a list of fire alarms;

  • Smoke detectors
  • Addressable Systems
  • Heat Detectors

4/8 Zone Panels