2. Arming and disarming the system
The Second step involves choosing how to arm and disarm the system.
2.1 In every kit, there is a WIFI communicator incorporated. So if you connect the panel to the WIFI network, you can arm or disarm the system through the alarm app in your Smartphone. This is the first method of arming or disarming your security system.
2.2 An alternative way of arming or disarming the system is with remote key fobs. It is an easy way to arm the system, but because the dimensions are similar to those of a car remote, it could be an uncomfortable option if you loathe carrying several gadgets.
We recommend this option for senior people or systems that are connected to an alarm receiving centre (ARC) because the key fob has an extra button, which can be programmed as a panic alarm, just in case.
Pyronix Enforcer KIT 1 is the best alarm systems for this option.
2.3 The third method is installing a wireless keypad at the entrance of your home. The arming is made by typing a code or pressing fobs; the keypad has a fob reader built-in. You just need to memorise the code or have a simple fob, which is much more practical and easier to carry than a remote key fob.
Pyronix Enforcer Arming Station KIT 1 is the best alarm systems for this option.
3. The wireless detectors
All Texecom wireless detectors are digital. The first 4 kits contain pet immune detectors.
But to increase their accuracy and sensitivity while avoiding false alarms, some detectors incorporate extra features like dual technology and quad sensor technology.
The dual technology detectors have a detection device made of infrared and microwave technologies and are more expensive. Meanwhile, quad sensors reduce the likelihood and frequency of false alarms. If you are keen on a very accurate alarm system, go for one with a quad sensor because it has a better false alarm rejection rate than dual technology detectors.
Kit 5 is made with dual technology detectors while KIT 6 comes with quad sensor technology. These kits are some of the best technical solutions for wireless alarm systems in the UK market.
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