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Break-in detection Alarm Systems

Break-in detection Alarm Systems The break-in detection alarm systems hold the purpose of detecting attempted breaking and entering and improving the security of the protected item. An alarm systems consists, in fact, from a direct electric circuit which signals when it’s interrupted. A break-in detection alarm system can contain the following pieces of equipment: alarm control panel, batteries, warning sirens, keypads, motion sensors, magnetic contacts, remote controls, shock sensors, glass break sensors, water sensors, fire sensors, infrared barriers, outdoor sensors, radio equipment, etc.

Alarm Control Panel - receives and reads signals from the connected detection elements, decides arm/disarm status, sets off visual and audio signals, records and displays corresponding events.

Battery – keeps the system functioning in case of tension drops, intentional or accidental. The main battery is in the control panel, and a different one is usually set in the outdoor warning sirens or extension modules.

Warning sirens - serve the purpose of warning, acoustically and visually, the trespassing of the perimeter. There are 2 types of sirens: indoor and outdoor.

Keypad- can be LED, LCD or touch based, and is used to set the commands for the alarm control panels and components (programming, evens display, arm/disarm).

Motion sensors – sensitive elements which detect motion within the monitored perimeter. There are more types of motion sensors: indoor or outdoor, infrared (PIR), microwave (MW), ultrasound, animal immune, etc.

Magnetic contact – magnetic mini-contact fit at the door or window joining to monitor their status (closed/open)

Radio remote control – used to command the system’s main functions (Stay Arm, Away Arm, disarm, panic). Can be used within a system using a radio module.

Shock sensors – detect vibrations produced by forcing windows, doors or walls they’re installed on.

Glass break sensors – detect vibrations produced when glass is broken.

Fire sensors – used on break-in detection alarm systems where a dedicated fire control panel is not needed. Depending on their role, they can detect: smoke, temperature, gas, carbon monoxide or a combination of these.

Infrared/microwave barriers – made up of two components: emitter and receiver. Are used especially outdoors, on long distances, where outdoor detectors cannot be installed.

Radio equipment- generally used in areas where cables are either not recommended or impossible to use. The main radio equipment: radio modules, PIR detectors, magnetic contacts, sirens, keypads.

A system may also contain other pieces of equipment: GSM/GPRS or IP communicators, voice module, automation ready modules. All systems can be programmed through a PC software and allow remote managing via smartphone or PC.

Configuration examples for a break-in detection alarm system:

Un sistem mai poate conține și alte echipamete: comunicator GSM/GPRS sau IP, modul voce, module programabile pentru automatizări. Toate sistemele pot fi programate prin intermediul unui software pe PC și permit administrare de la distanță prin intermediul unui smartphone sau PC

Configuration examples:

1. Alarm control panel, 12 V 4Ah battery for the control panel, 16 V 20VA doughnut-type transformer for the control panel, LED keypad, 4 PIR sensors with support, indoor piezo siren, self-protected outdoor siren, 12V 2Ah battery for the siren.

2. Alarm control panel, 12 V 7Ah battery, 16V 40VA doughnut-type transformer, LCD keypad, 8 area extension module, radio module, 6 PIR sensors with support, 2 magnetic contacts, 2 panic buttons, 1 glass break sensor, 2 PIR radio sensors, 2 radio remote controls, piezo indoor siren, self protected outdoor siren, 12V 2Ah battery for the siren.