Radio and wireless alarm systems represent a set of technical devices (security and fire alarms, panic buttons, remote control kits and other accessories) that connect and communicate with the alarm system via radio or wireless transmission.
Fire alarm system – is a set of technical devices intended for fire detection, processing, transmission in the form of notice given about the existence of fire, issuance of commands enabling automatic fire extinguishing systems and smoke-protection systems, technological devices and engineering equipment, as well as other fire protection devices.
Sound alarm systems and fire warning - the main means of managing people in an emergency situation. These systems must provide timely information about fire or other emergency, and contribute to timely evacuation of people from dangerous territory.
The alarm system is a complex system of technical devices serving for the timely identification of unauthorized entry into the protected zone.
The video surveillance system – is a set of devices, which includes cameras, monitors, recorders and other accessories. It is used to monitor the target object in order to detect and prevent unauthorized access. The video surveillance system allows non-stop visual control of the territory under protection.
Intercom system - this is a two-way communication device with the possibility of unilateral video monitoring. Video camera is integrated in the external panel of the intercom, whereas the internal panel with the phone and monitor is wall-mounted construction. The internal panel is fitted with remote control button to lock/unlock the front door.
Access control is a combination of software and hardware tools and the organizational/ administrative measures to help solve the problem of access control at the site and at its premises. It also allows the control over the personnel and the time they spend at the site.
Explosion protection systems represent a set of measures to ensure that the work in hazardous environments is protected against explosion, at all process stages: manufacturing, usage, storage, transportation,and utilization.