Wireless burglar alarm systems are ideal for unique or unconventionally designed commercial buildings, offering flexibility while still meeting the necessary security standards and regulations.

With the need to run long cables and wires no longer required, wireless burglar alarm systems provide a permanent or temporary alternative to more traditional wired systems in premises where motion detectors may need to be moved within or between properties.

Our wireless intruder alarms can notify users when an intruder is present using either a phone line or GSM unit. They also use a unique encryption system to protect against tampering and jamming, so there is no compromise on the safety of your business and employees. 

A wireless intruder alarm system can also be installed that connects to your Apple or Android mobile phone via an App. Using the Pyronix Cloud, you can view the status of your alarm even when you are away from your business. Check your alarm is set, arm or disarm the system remotely and receive notifications if your alarm system is triggered.

At Lynx Fire and Security, we offer full installation for our customers throughout Northampton, Kettering, Peterborough and beyond, and with a wireless alarm system there will be minimal disruption within your premises. We also provide a 12 month parts and labour guarantee to ensure your system is working at the highest standard. If you are interested in our process, we have put together a case study explaining these details, which you can view here.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a wireless intruder alarm system?

Advantages

  • Can work out cheaper as no cabling is required.
  • Less disruptive during installation.
  • Easy to expand the system: devices can be installed for extra rooms, doors, windows or on additional structures such as workshops and barns without the need for cabling from the main building (signal strength would be tested to ensure the panel signals can reach).
  • Devices can be removed easier for decorating/renovation work and whole systems can even be relocated if you move property.

Disadvantages

  • Ongoing costs can be more than with a wired system as all detection devices require batteries.
  • Replacement parts can be slightly more expensive than with a wired system.
  • Range expanders may be required for larger properties in order to aid with signal strength.
  • Difficult to use in buildings with very thick walls or where the structure or contents of the building blocks signal strength.

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