For customers who need security with a reach beyond the premises in which it is installed, Mercury can offer a range of monitoring services, telephony and internet based notification systems.
Digital Communications allow your intruder or fire alarm to notify a 24 hour professional monitoring station in the event of a break in or fire.
This is the most basic form of monitoring, but has grown over the years to allow the monitoring station to be informed of such detail as the particular zone in which the intrusion or fire was detected.
Minimising the risks - maximising the protection.
Because you want the best possible for your home or business, you've naturally invested in a good alarm system and, in some cases, a monitoring service.
But no matter how sophisticated it appears, you have to consider how good the link is between your alarm system and the people who have to act on your alarms.
Ringing alarm bells can be ignored. Emergency signals which send alarms through the public telephone network to a monitoring station can be blocked if phone lines or exchanges are engaged. Worse still, intruders can deliberately damage or cut phone lines. There is, fortunately, one confident and cost-effective solution to all these potential security risks.
The DualCom system makes use of both the mobile and land line (or IP) networks, to double your confidence in your monitoring.
We can enable your intruder, fire or CCTV system with DualCom to give you confidence that your notifications will get through.
Working with your intruder alarm, or through analysis of your CCTV footage, we can have the monitoring station view footage of suspicious activity at your premises, and notify you or your keyholders if needed, 24 hours a day.
The following video shows what is possible with AdPro technology, available now from Mercury Security.
Our experts are available now to talk you through the options and assess your needs. Call now for your free no obligation survey and quote!
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