Every security system has the capability to be linked to an alarm receiving centre which is operational 24 hours a day. Our operators have all the information at hand to deal with events as they happen and contact keyholders and emergency services as required.
There are several methods by which alarm signals can be transmitted through to our central station:
- Digital Communicators – These are connected to telephone lines to dial the monitoring centre and pass alarm signals.
- Redcare – A system of sending alarm signals direct to the monitoring centre without the need to “DIAL OUT”. This system provides a higher level of integrity of signaling in that the alarm system is regularly “POLLED” to ensure the integrity of the telephone line.
- Redcare Secure – An alarm signaling device that totally combines GPRS (mobile technology) with the added protection of any standard telephone line as a backup path. If either is interfered with by an intruder, the other continues to monitor for any further alarms.
- Redcare Secure Solo – A cost effective Grade 2 signalling service designed for use where there is no landline or as a digi replacement. Based on the standard Secure product and using wireless signalling it can be installed anywhere that receives a good GPRS signal.
- Redcare GSM – An advance on Redcare in that this system will continue to provide monitoring in the event of the telephone line being cut or out of operation. A back up wireless path will continue to provide signaling of alarm events.
- Emizon – Emizon 21 is the smart, secure alarm, dual-path signalling service for commercial and domestic premises. Using both broadband and GPRS networks Emizon 21 enables you to deliver advanced dual-path signalling to your customers for less than the cost of conventional competitive services.
- DualCom – The DualCom GradeShift® range, from CSL DualCom Limited, is an intruder alarm signalling device that uses any UK mobile network as well as your telephone and/or IP path; to transmit intruder, fire and personal attack signals at high speed.
Remote Video Monitoring
Our Central Station has facilities to receive images from closed circuit television systems. Images may be used for verification of other events to provide “confirmed” alarms. CCTV systems can also be remotely viewed as part of a video surveillance agreement which can be tailored to your individual needs.