Monitored Intruder Alarms

R&S Security Specialists offer state-of-the-art monitored intruder alarms to protect your business property and assets 24 hours a day from intruders and burglary. Our systems provide a cost-effective deterrent to burglars with the peace of mind knowing that in the event of an intrusion, the system will signal to the appropriate response or keyholder.

Immediate alerts to intrusions.

Be alerted as soon as an intrusion is detected so you can react accordingly.

Flexible range of systems.

Compatible with all types of premises, even if a phone line is not present.

Commercial and domestic.

Our monitored intruder alarm systems are suitable for any location, from small domestic installations to large commercial premises.

Why should I choose an SSAIB registered company for my Monitored Intruder Alarm system?

R&S Security Specialists are a Security System and Alarms Inspection Board registered company. SSAIB, under their codes of practice, inspect us to ensure we are installing and maintaining the system to the recognised standard. With a number of stringent checks on site, they also check our insurance, quality control, performance and much more.

What is Remote Monitoring?

A remotely monitored Intruder Alarm is a system that signals to the appropriate keyholder or constabulary that an intrusion or incident is taking place at your premises. Remote monitoring is an addition to your Alarm, Fire Alarm or CCTV system which we tailor to your requirements and your insurer’s stipulations.

You can choose from one of our systems below:

Speech Dialler or Text Dialler

A speech or text dialler connects to your Burglar alarm and signals a pre-programmed message to a pre-programmed telephone number of an intruder situation taking place at your premises. This system only signals to a keyholder using your existing phone line.

This is not an insurance approved device and it is mainly used to inform a residential or small business owner of a situation taking place at their premises.

GSM Dialler

A GSM dialler connects to your Burglar alarm and signals a pre-programmed message to a pre-programmed telephone number of an intruder situation taking place at your premises. This system signals to the keyholder by a SIM card. This is a cheap method of signalling directly to the keyholder if there is no phone line present at the premises.

This is not an insurance approved device and it is mainly used to inform a residential or small business owner of a situation taking place at their premises.

Digital Communicator

Similar to a Speech dialler but this device signals directly to the ARC (Alarm Receiving Centre) of an incident taking place and the operators instantly respond by contacting the appropriate keyholder or police force. This system signals out to the ARC by a pre-programmed Digital communicator with a built-in SIM card.

This is the cheapest of the insurance-approved devices which relies on single path monitoring only. Failure of the signal path results in the signal not reaching the ARC.

Dual Path Signalling Device

The most popular signalling method is a GPRS dual-path signalling device. The primary path uses the GPRS Paknet radio network and the secondary backup path is the PSTN network more commonly known as a telephone line.  If either one of these paths fails, the system can still communicate to the ARC using the alternate path. These are the most secure and obviously favoured by most insurance companies but are surprisingly a cost-effective solution for reliably protecting you and your premises and complying with your insurance requirements.

What is an Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC)?

An ARC is a permanently manned, monitoring station, where staff are dedicated to monitoring security systems and contacting the keyholders or appropriate authority such as the police force or fire brigade service if a signal is received from either the Dual path or Digital communicator signalling device.

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