Technology guide

  • Home automation

    Home automation devices can be activated using a range of different interfaces. These include touch screens, panic buttons, TV screens, keypads, hand-held remotes, computers or mobile phones. 

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  • Locking devices

    Devices such as deadlocks, multi point locking bars, safes, padlocks, window locks etc. are in most cases the first and last barriers encountered by an intruder.

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  • Physical devices

    Security door/screens; security fencing; shutters and grilles; and safes.

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  • Security systems

    Typically a home security system consists of a number of components that work together to provide 24/7 coverage. 

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  • Smoke/Fire detectors

    Smoke detectors are the most sensitive method of detecting a fire and should be used wherever conditions allow in areas such as bedrooms and lounge rooms.

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  • Video intercoms

    A video intercom system allows you to see exactly who it is knocking at your door and is particularly effective for screening entrants to your property when combined with automatic controls for locks and doors.

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