Whilst keeping the same level
of reliability as the Parabeam systems, Advance Alert takes care of
|Security Beam Questions||General Security Questions|
Q: What is a point-to-point beam?
A: The security beam comprises an infrared beam emitter at one end of the beam and a beam receiver / transmitter at the other. The beam invisible infrared beam travels from the emitter to the receiver / transmitter.
Q: If the beam is solar
powered, how does it work at night?
Can the driveway alert security beam be seen?
Q: How noticeable are the security beam enclosures
and solar panels?
Q: Is Parabeam better than a normal wired house alarm?
A: In many cases it is better because you are able to detect an intruder BEFORE they reach your property allowing you time to react to the alert.
If a normal house alarm is triggered during the night that means the intruder is already in the house! Obviously this would be a very scary situation.
Q: Can a Parabeam system help in
a home invasion scenario?
Q: Can Parabeam be used for perimeter security?
Q: If I move could I take the Parabeam
alert system with me?
Q: I have CCTV which I can view over the
but never know when I need to check the cameras. Can your system help?
|Base Receiver Questions||Text Message Module Questions|
Q: What does the receiver alert sound like?
A: When an alert is received, the receiver gives a sequence of beeps. The beeper tone is adjustable using the rocker switch on the receiver front panel. A choice of high volume / pitch and low volume / low pitch allows the perfect alert level required in any room.
Q: How many security beams can be added to the main
Q: How can you tell which beam is transmitting an
Q: How does the text module communicate with the main receiver?
A: The module comes ready to simply plug into the base receiver and is powered by the receiver, no need for additional power supply.
Q: What will the text alert message say?
Q: Can I add a GSM text message module at a later stage?
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