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Security and fire alarm systems are often the first line of defense against property crime, potential fatalities, severe injuries, and crushing expenses. Those who install these systems must know and abide by their jurisdiction’s training, education, and certification requirements. According to the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), 33 states currently have licensing requirements for professionals engaged in low voltage installations, including security and fire alarm systems. 19 of those states specifically regulate security alarm installers, and 22 of those states specifically regulate fire alarm installers.
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We understand the issues with paying a specialist to add in security cameras, fire alarms, auto equipment, or networking systems into your house or business with it not being protected by a bond. That is crucial for the overall safety of the company itself.
Each of the models offers different programming options to handle the particular coverage areas. To control these specific spots, the control panels for each system vary to customize your zones and often include emergency buttons. The control systems feature several different types of displays, providing another option that helps you distinguish between the choices.
Programming Fire Controls
Each of the fire alarm systems has different programming built-in. For those with specific zones, they vary from as few as three zones to over 200, depending on the available spots for you to install the alarms. Some are already pre-programmed with built-in zones but are expandable to add more in that range. This is a major factor when you consider the size of the area you need to secure. Larger areas will require more covered zones.
All of the fire alarm systems come with a keypad to dial into the various sensors and to program your different areas. However, some are backlit or have LED lighting to make it easier to see what you are typing. Within these keypads, they have different status functions for the whole system. Though not all of the models list the various status functions, the most often used are to activate the system and show it is armed. Other buttons and options they have include an indicator in the event of an actual fire, a power switch, a deactivate button and programmable circuits for your own setup.
In the event of an actual emergency, the color of the main panel helps you and others to find it quickly. The panels with these alarm systems come most popularly in red, leaving a bold color that stands out for fast identification. They are also available in stainless steel or black, which can be more difficult to see than the red.
Solutions to Fit Your Budget
Liquid Video Technologies offers solutions that are designed to secure your investment in people, equipment, inventory, and eliminate potential frivolous claims. Whether you need to secure a business location or your home, Liquid Video Technologies has a solution to fit your budget. If you need any additional information or would like to speak with one of our Security Specialists, please call (864) 859-9848 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org