Home Security Solution

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Nowadays, more and more home residential users install the security alarm system for protecting their premises away from intrusion, fire. With the rapid developing of wireless technology, majority of security companies are providing wireless alarm system for DIY users. It's easy to get a wireless security alarm system, but it's a bit complicated for some users when facing with many kinds of sensors and wondering how the sensors are positioned.

Herein we provide some most useful information on how to choose the security alarm system for a typical residential house. Below it's a typical security system installation diagram for reference.

Home Security Solution

Garage: Install the garage door sensor (GDS) for the garage door to monitoring the opening, protects your garage door away from illegal intrusion or break-in to steal your property.

Kitchen: Kitchen is the place where the control panel (CP) installed for easy access without compromising secure of alarm system. Control panel is receiving alarm signals from sensor and transmit the alarm out via telephone line or GSM cellular network. Install the door sensor (DS) to monitoring the kitchen door opening. Heat sensor (H) is installed in kitchen also for detecting high temperature or rapid heat rise.

Living room: Install the motion sensor(MS) on the wall of living room for detecting of movement within living room area, door sensor (DS) installed in the windows for detecting of windows opening, recessed door sensor (RDS) conceal installed in the front door as the perimeter protection. In addition, the security camera (C) can generate live video footage for the activity inside house.

Basement: Install the security cameras(C) for video surveillance in basement, motion sensor (MS) to detect the movement within basement.

Laundry room: Install the water/flood sensor(WF), trigger the alarm when detect the water, door sensor (DS) in the laundry door to detect opening.

Bedroom 1: Install the door sensor (DS) for the medicine cabinet, detecting when people open the medicine cabinet. Smoke/Heat Sensor (S/H) detects the smoke and temperature/heat rise to prevent fire disaster.

Bedroom 2: Install the smoke/heat sensor for detect smoke & heat for prevention fire disaster, CO (CO) sensors for detecting dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.