Security Systems


The keypad is the primary way that you interact with your system, like the keyboard on your computer. The keypad usually will be located near your main entrance, but you can add others for convenience. You use the keypad to turn your system on and off and make simple programming changes. The display on your keypad provides useful information about your system’s status. Our keypads are attractive and include many features that make your system simple to use for everyone in your family.




Our touch screen keypads now make operating your security system even easier to use. These touch screen keypads allow for quick access to key functions of your security system.




A number of sensors will be installed around your home. Door and window switches are your first line of defense. They protect the “perimeter” of your home, alerting the panel whether they are open or closed. You can also include glass-break sensors that sense the sound of breaking glass. Two-button panic keys provide instant alarm notification to the central monitoring station. Our two-button design prevents you from sending alarms accidentally.The second line of defense are internal sensors that detect intruders inside your home. You can include sensors able to detect body heat and motion to alert you that someone is inside your home, and where they are located. If you have pets, select a sensor designed to ignore their activities. You will probably also want to install smoke detectors to provide total protection. You can even add a water sensor that can be used to detect a flooded basement or overflowing washing machine.


They don’t completely replace your keypad, but fobs offer a faster way to control certain system functions. Just like the fob used to lock or unlock a car, a security system fob attaches to your key ring and lets you arm your system as you walk out the door, or disarm the system when you arrive home. The keypad gives you feedback to confirm that your system received the command.



In most installations, you will want to include a siren, horn or other sounding device. These devices will probably startle intruders and encourage them to leave your premises, while also alerting your neighbors of a potential problem.Your panel can also be connected to interior or exterior lighting, illuminating your residence and depriving the intruder of the ability to hide in the dark.