Intruder Alarm is a system designed to detect intrusion or unauthorized entry into a building or area, Security alarms are used in residential, commercial, industrial, and military properties for protection against burglary damage.
Hills Reliance Control Panel
The Hills Reliance security control panel from Hills Industries represents a new approach to security system design.Drawing on experience from the world market, Hills has developed the most flexible, durable, and user-friendly control ever seen in our industry. Featuring sophisticated software that allows up to 99 users to interface with 128 zones, 8 areas, and a host of integrated fire, access, verification, and input/output modules, all reported with the Contact I.D. formats. The modular design establishes a logical solution for ease of expansion. Up to 32 modules can be added to expand the capabilities of the Hills Reliance.
Solution 6000 Access Control & Alarm System
Every business is different, and the Solution 6000 can adapt to any requirements. It is capable of providing simple cost effective solutions for mid-sized businesses, yet is powerful enough to handle 144 zones (detection devices), and even up to 16 access doors when fully expanded for large applications.
The Solution 6000 has the ability to cater for up to 256 users, providing a perfect fit for most business users. With programmable authority levels, you determine which functions each staff member can perform: simple operations such as turning the system on and off, or accessing restricted areas. Customised security has never been so simple.
Challenger10 An integrated security solution for your most challenging environments
Tecom provides leading intrusion and access control solutions for a wide range of solutions, from a small retail store to leading university campuses, large commercial buildings and financial institutions. Interlogix’s proven solutions are engineered to address a variety of security threats and protect businesses reliably and economically, 24/7.
Initially developed by Tecom Systems in Melbourne, the Challenger alarm and access control panel was first released in 1989 and quickly gained a strong and loyal installed base with its industry-leading integrated intrusion detection and access control functionality. Today, Interlogix continues to invest in development and breakthrough innovations and as a result, is pleased to launch Challenger10 – the most advanced version of Challenger yet.
Challenger10 is a modular system which can be scaled for almost any application, from small to large commercial installations. With thousands of programmable options, Challenger10 has been designed to meet any security and access requirement and can be tailored to your own security policies.
Designed and built with the latest technology for superior access control and integrated networking, Challenger10 is the result of significant research and development, built on the successful foundations of Challenger V8 and its peripherals.
With 99 areas, Challenger10 can be partitioned with no loss of performance, whether you are using one or all 99 areas, which is due to the onboard 32-bit micro processor. Tailor your own solution by using the many configuration options to suit your site’s requirements. Your system can be customised to individually arm areas by time and location, which gives you incredible flexibility to protect people and assets.
We could choose different brand and level products to fulfil your requirements and budget. Those are suitable to the residential and commercial security purpose.
Australian Standard AS2201 requires regular service by qualified and licensed security alarm company and regular user testing.
A security alarm company identification card or valid security licence shall be produced to the client upon request.
For more information, please contact us on 0488 033 022 or via Email Leact.Lee@gmail.com
WARNING: Due to limitation of Alarm Systems, Leact Security Services cannot guarantee the performance of the security system and shall not be responsible for circumstances resulting from the product’s inability to operate.