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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Why Smoke, Heat, and CO Detectors Are Important

26,Jun,2012
Categories:Detectors

By: Advanced Tech, Fredericton, NB

The most devastating thing that can happen to you would be that you are sleeping and somewhere in the house a fire starts. Did you know that when you sleep your sense of smell is disabled? And only your ears are working for a bit. A smoke or heat detector will do that job for you, it will detect the smoke and sound your alarm system as well as beeping…

Installing Door Contacts Without Ruining Appearances

25,Jun,2012
Categories:Security System

By: Advanced Tech, Fredericton, NB

There has been almost no change to door contacts over the years; they still do only one thing. They sense if the door or window on which it is mounted to is closed or open.

There are wired and wireless door contacts, so when you do renovations and you’re going to have a new door, don’t worry. There is always a way to get a new contact on it.…

The Importance of an Up-to-date Keypad

25,Jun,2012
Categories:Security System

By: Advanced Tech, Fredericton, NB

Every alarm panel needs your input to tell it what to do. This can be done via a keypad or a key fob.

Some keypads have an actual alarm system inside and are ideal for residential use. Motion sensors, door sensors, smoke detectors, heat detectors and carbon monoxide detectors are wirelessly connected to it.  You can arm and disarm your panel by using your 4-digit code or with a…

Are Your Motion Sensors Smart Enough?

25,Jun,2012
Categories:Security System

By: Advanced Tech, Fredericton, NB

The first types of motion sensors used were the ones that used ultrasound or radio waves or only a simple IR detector. They had no intelligence what so ever and caused lots of false alarms. Squirrels, mice, spiders, or even a fly could set your alarm off.

Now with the modern chips and better sensors, the motion sensor recognizes what moves in front of it, just by looking at…

About Our Alarm Reporting Center

25,Jun,2012
Categories:Security System

By: Advanced Tech, Fredericton, NB

We setup our accounts directly with Armstrong’s communications, they are there to call you when your alarm system makes a connection to their computers, your file will show up on the screen and a well trained operator will tell you what your alarm panel is showing. They will also call the authorities when it is necessary.

The alarm reporting center is also ULC approved, and will respond to you…