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Max Security Systems was established in November 2003 by Anthony Milne and is based at Meadow View, Drogheda, Co. Louth. We install upgrade and maintain Home Intruder alarms (hardwired and wire-free) systems.  Based in the Drogheda area we cover counties LouthMeathMonaghan and North County Dublin. We base our business model on an affordable, fast and efficient service for all our customers.

We only use top quality equipment for all our installations regardless of size and all our work is fully guaranteed. Why not give us a call today for a no obligation free security survey or quotation, you can relax with a Max Security System installed.  Home Intruder Alarms Hardwired Wireless

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Types of Alarms

For hardwired systems, you will have to run wires from each sensor to the control panel.

Wireless systems work from using radio waves instead of wires to communicate between the control panel and detection devices.

GSM Module…

A basic alarm system consists of a main control unit, a siren or sounder and at least one detection device. The control panel is the electronic brain of the alarm system. It receives signals from detection devices and processes this information to decide the next course of action. This could be to allow the siren to sound immediately or sound after a time delay. A siren may not even be triggered at all as the control unit quietly contacts an alarm monitoring company. The control unit also is used for arming and disarming the system which is achieved via a keypad or remote control. The control unit can be programmed to include/omit certain zones around your property.

For a hardwired burglar alarm system, the control panel is generally larger as devices need to be wired into terminals on the panel. A control panel for a wireless alarm system is usually smaller as minimal wiring is needed (usually only main supply and siren cabling).

Always choose the best home security system that you can afford and invest time investigating all systems within your budget, If you need help choosing a system please don’t hesitate to contact me 0879137475

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