Your peace of mind for the most part is knowing that when your alarm activates, there is someone there who will come out to check on you and your property, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week especially when you can’t be there. For this reason, it is worth while looking at having your alarm system monitored for burglary, panic and fire signals.
When the alarm monitoring station receives a signal from your system, the monitoring operators will immediately respond to the signal based on and according to your personal instructions. They will be able to tell, not only which zone was activated, but whether it is a burglary signal, fire signal or panic alarm and will take the necessary action. The alarm sends a test signal to the monitoring station once a day basically a (welfare) check so they know it is still on-line and will alert them immediately if you have a problem with your back-up battery, zone tamper or even an AC failure.
In today’s market electronic security systems are a vital investment in protecting families, property, possessions and plant. This investment can do more than activate bells and sirens which by law must shut down within 10 minutes especially within a residential environment.
All activities that require urgent response can be transmitted by the Security System to a Central Alarm Monitoring Station 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Security alarms hold up and duress emergencies, fire, medical and critical plant alarms, even after hour’s access to buildings can all be strictly supervised by having a Monitored alarm and Alarm Response.
Setting up the right response, at the first sign of trouble, adds that extra measure of protection. Kiwi Alarms 2000 Limited maintains a record of the conditions monitored by the Central Monitoring Station and a list of the people and authorities known as (Key holders) that you select to notify should certain events arise.
Effective alarm monitoring operation requires the transmission & response of alarms and also the continual of monitoring of the following system conditions:
• – Intruder Alarms
• – Personal Attacks
• – Duress Alarms
• – AC Power Fail At The Premises
• – Low Battery Condition for Standby Power
• – System Fault or Tamper
• – Loss Of Communication To the Alarm Monitoring Station
• – Medical emergency
• – Fire alarms
• – Low/high temperatures
• – Pumps
• – Hazardous gas protection