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Wireless Alarm Systems

Wireless Alarm Systems

Although all of the alarm systems we sell can do wireless in addition to hardwired. The hardwire / wireless hybrids as they are called require some wiring for keypads and sirens however. For those wanting a total wireless security solution and a fast and easy install we offer great options from the top manufacturers below.
  • DSC Wireless Security Systems

    DSC Wireless Security Systems

    DSC offers two different models of wireless security systems. The Impassa which is a self contained system where the keypad and system brain are both consolidated. The other model is the Alexor which is a distributed system where the keypad and brain are separate from one another.AlarmSystemStore.co...

  • Honeywell Wireless Security Systems

    Honeywell Wireless Security Systems

    Honeywell offers three different wireless security system models from their popular Lynx Series. Lynx Plus (L3000), Lynx Touch L5000 and Lynx Touch L5100. All are very similar in capability with the main difference being the Lynx Plus has a LCD display and both Lynx Touch models have a nice icon dri...

  • GE Interlogix Wireless Security

    GE Interlogix Wireless Security

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More About Wireless Alarm Systems

Wireless security systems, as with most technology has come a long way in the last decade or so. Modern wireless has become very reliable and much more secure too in that time. Battery life, long an objection by most installers in the past has also become a non issue. Not only has battery supervision improved to the point where you are now given a low battery notice well in advance of it totally failing, but battery technology has improved tremendously and a 5 year battery life in a device is very commonplace.

Wireless technology used among the different manufacturers varies a great deal and there are certainly some pros and cons among them. Some may have less range yet offer more options in the type and variety of wireless sensors for example, while another brand's wireless may be newer technology that offers greater range. For further information and a more detailed overview of the wireless used by the four major alarm manufacturers we sell, check out our blog post comparing wireless security equipment.