Commercial Intruder Alarms For Your Business Premises
The risk of loss through burglary, theft or criminal damage has steadily increased over the years to an extent where today intruder alarms are widely accepted as a necessary and integral part of everyday life for the protection of persons, property and possessions. To be truly effective intruder alarms must be individually designed to minimise, if not to eliminate, the likely risks. MRP Alarms also take into account day to day business use of the premises, so that the system remains effective, yet user-friendly, simple and trouble free in operation at all times. We offer a free design and advisory service with a comprehensive range of intruder alarms and detection systems, which are individually designed for each application and conform to British/European Standards and SSAIB requirements. Intruder alarm systems for business premises consist of detection and warning devices connected to control and indicating equipment.
Most commercial installations comprise of a number of different detection devices. These may include movement detectors, glass break detectors, shock sensors, and door contacts. We can also install portable or fixed personal attack devices allowing you to activate the alarm at any time. The detection devices are connected to the control and indicating equipment. The type of control and indicating equipment is dependent on the number of detectors you require.
All our control and indicating equipment is simple to use, normally operating with 4-6 digit user changeable access codes and/or proximity tags. Multiple access codes/proximity tags allow employees to arm different parts of the system, and by using the event log, managers may view at what time they enter and leave the premises. Where there is a threat of personal attack a hold up alarm may also be installed, these may be either hard wire or wire free devices and can summon an immediate police response.
Additionally, most commercial systems allow us to 'upload/download' to the control & indicating equipment, via a computer link. This link lets us program and maintain the system from our office, no matter where the site is located. Other features include the ability to carry our remote diagnostic tests of the entire system.