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Friday, March 27, 2015

HomeSafe Security System (Wireless)

This week we published our top 5 tips for better home security where me mentioned a couple of home security systems. Professional managed solutions are often extremely expensive  and unnecessary for smaller properties. A common alternative in this case would be the Complete 4 channel surveillance systembut there are also a lot for more affordable solutions.

One such reliable and inexpensive security system that we would recommend is the HomeSafe Wireless Alarm System which will give you the peace of mind you rightfully deserve!

The wireless alarm system by MACE and their HomeSafe branch is a very easy to operate security alarm system. It will activate a loud siren and dial up 5 preset phone numbers to let you know motion has been detected or a door or window has been opened in your home! A land line with tone dialing is required in order to use the full features of the package.


How Does the Wireless Home Security System Work?

  1. Once the door/window sensor picks up a strong signal or the motion detector is triggered, they will sound a ear-piercing alarm and send a signal to the base unit to inform it of the entry.
  2. The base unit dials the first telephone number on the list which the user creates. This could be your cellphone number for example.
  3. The person answering the call will hear a prerecorded alert message.
  4. That person will have the option to listen in on the room, broadcast their voice through the base unit, or disarm the system.
  5. If there is no answer, or if the person doesn't disarm the system, it will dial the next number on your programmed list.
Includes:
  • 1 base unit with AC adapter
  • 1 Window/door sensor (wireless transmission up to 250 feet)
  • 1 motion detector (range up to 8 yards)
  • 1 remote control with panic feature for arming and disarming the unit.




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