Secure your investment with commercial intrusion detection systems from Telsco. Our security consultants will assist you in designing a security system and providing a level of service that complements your organization.
The First Alert 168CPS security panel is ideal for small business applications:
- 48 separate devices (zones) and individual user codes for your employees
- 2 partitions for restricting access (office / warehouse)
We often recommend the First Alert 1660CPS security panel for larger organizations:
- 128 separate devices (zones) and individual user codes for your employees
- 8 partitions to separate multiple floors or areas within one building
Both intrusion detection systems use a combination of hardwired and wireless equipment.
Intrusion Prevention – Protect Your Perimeter
Intrusion prevention devices mounted throughout your site will provide an early warning of entry by unauthorized individuals. These security sensors are most effective on yard gates, fence lines, exterior doors, overhead doors and accessible windows.
Prime interior target areas such as cash counters, offices with safes, server and merchandising rooms should have an added level of protection.
Discreet Intruder Protection – Protect Your Employees During a Holdup
Primarily used in the event of a holdup, a silent panic alarm can be activated by your employees. This is sometimes the only way of communicating an emergency to an outside source. An important component of intrusion detection systems, security pendants can be:
- Worn around the neck
- Installed under a cash counter
- Installed in an area that could be used to “hold” employees (ie. walk-in freezer/cooler)
Restrict Access to a Site with Advanced Intrusion Detection Systems
Keypads serve as the user interface for intrusion prevention systems. Placed at your employee entrance, keypads allow the security system to be turned on and off as the building is opened and closed. Additional keypads can be installed in other areas for passage restriction and intruder protection.
Contact us today to learn more about our intrusion detection systems. If you’ve ever thought about it, it’s time to act on it.