DSC Wireless Sensors
We carry the full line of DSC wireless sensors for both the older Power Series 1616, 1832, 1864, Impassa and Alexor systems as well as the new Power G Series of wireless devices for the new Power Series NEO alarm systems. Please note that the two protocols are entirely different and you cannot cros...
Honeywell Security Wireless Sensors
Honeywell Security has the largest selection of wireless sensors and devices of all the manufacturers we sell. This makes them a top choice among professionals and DIY installers alike. If you have a wired system and can\'t wire for additional devices then the Honeywell 5800 series wireless transmit...
GE Interlogix Wireless Sensors
We carry the full line of GE Interlogix wireless sensor. All the wireless sensors we sell in this category are for use with all GE Interlogix wireless and hybrid systems we sell, including the Concord series as well. Choose the type of wireless device you are interested in to view all for that type...
More About Wireless Alarm Sensors
Nearly all of the alarm systems we sell are capable of doing wireless, even if they are by default a hardwired system out of the box. Most all hardwired security systems are in fact what we call "hybrids" today, meaning they can do both wired and wireless. You will sometimes however need to add a module to unlock this capability.
Wireless alarm sensors are a popular option among DIY (do it yourselfers). While it's not always been the case, modern wireless security sensors are every bit as secure and reliable as their hardwired counterpart. And with average battery life of 3 to 5 years, long term maintenance is no longer an issue either in the pro grade wireless systems we offer.
Wireless sensors do cost more than hardwired sensors. Often times though when you factor in the time and effort to run a hardwire line to a sensor as well any mess that may be created in the process, the premium price of wireless is not so bad. Clean, fast and easy makes wireless a top choice more often than not.