Wireless Alarms

Wireless alarm systems are an extremely popular choice these days for home and business owners looking to protect their property. The bullet points below list reasons for their popularity:

  • Reliability
  • Competitive cost
  • No wires
  • No mess
  • Short installation time
  • Functionality
  • Ease of use
  • App friendly


As well as everything above our main wireless alarm system is also award winning and complies to the security standards Grade 2 PD6662. The system is also expandable and has a growing list of devices making it the ideal security solution for homes, business units, offices, and many other applications.

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Detectors

Motion sensors – There is an impressive range of motion sensors available suitable for almost any application including standard, pet friendly, long range, curtain, and dual technology detectors. As the name suggests motion sensors detect motion to set off the alarm.

Door contacts – Fitted generally on doors and now available in white, brown, and grey. They come in 2 parts. The magnet and the contact. Fitted side by side on the door and frame. If the alarm is set and the door is forced open the contact trips and activates the alarm.

Shock sensors – Mostly installed on windows and have a built-in magnetic contact. If the window is smashed, hit, or opened the detector will activate the alarm.

External detectors – For external use we have a gate contact which works the same way as a door contact and an external motion sensor. External devices would, in most cases be set up to send the user a notification rather than setting of the alarm.

Setting Devices

Control panel – The control panel has a built-in keypad in which you can simply enter a 4-digit code.

Remote keypad – A smaller keypad where you can enter a 4-digit code.

Proximity tags – Both the control panel and remote keypad have a built in proximity reader. Proximity tags allows you to simply present the tag to the panel or keypad to set and unset the system. Proximity tags can work on multiple systems, but they need programmed to function correctly.

Keyfob – To set / unset the system simply press the open or closed padlock button on the keyfob. Additional buttons can be programmed for different functions such as a panic alarm.

App – As well as alerting you of detailed activations, the app will also allow you to set and unset your system from smart devices from anywhere in the world.