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Today’s alarm control panels are microprocessor controlled with large number of zones (usually from 4 to 128 and more).  One or more sensor elements can be connected to each zone.
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The most frequently used sensor elements, are the passive infra red motion detectors.

In areas with higher security risk, combined (dual) technology detectors are usually installed.   These detectors in addition to the passive infra red sensor element have an active microwave sensor element.

Another very used element in the intrusion alarms systems is the volumetric sensor to detect breaking of glass or the so called “glass break” detector.

Of course the cheapest and most commonly used and in the same time most reliable sensor elements are the magnetic contacts that are usually installed at critical entry points such as doors and windows and react event on their smallest opening.

For protection of valuable goods such as money, jewelry etc. usually kept in vaults and safes, vibration (seismic) detectors are used to detect even mild vibrations and shocks in case of tampering with the protected object.

MG-RCV3_BezzicenPriemnik.jpgThe panic buttons (made in form of manual push buttons or panic foot pedals) are common parts of alarm systems and serve to signal a sudden intrusion / attack or other emergency event that might occur in various shops, exchange offices, banks etc.

The anti-burglary intrusion alarm systems, apart for local alarming, thru the use of their on-board “digital communicator” can send many (up to 255) alarm and other information for the state of the security system.  This information, in a special digital format, is transferred over a telephone line to 1 or 2 monitoring centers where a continuous 24 hour monitoring and adequate intervention are offered.


 
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