Surveye designs and installs integrated security systems to protect private dwellings, industrial building, retail shops and banks and much more besides. It guarantees a prompt customer service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Before starting the installation of an appropriate anti-theft system, Surveye staff conduct an accurate analysis of the area to be protected and identify the access points and any criticalities. They listen to the customer needs and illustrates and proposes the technological solutions to be implemented to obtain an anti-theft system that is highly performing and efficient.
A properly installed anti-theft system detects and reports in real time any changes in the state of the setting compared to normal. The activation of each anti-burglary or volumetric detector can be programmed according to its location.
Surveye can increase the level of security of its anti-theft system by connecting them to a 24/24 h listening operation centre which, in case of danger, can alert the police or private security organisations.
The more an anti-theft system is technologically advanced, the greater the level of security guaranteed. Complete protection is ensured by the combined action of multiple factors:
The burglar alarm control unit is the “brain” of all security systems. It receives the signals from all the system components (anti-intrusion detectors, perimeter barriers) via radio or wire and activates acoustic and illumination devices to signal the alarm (siren, flashing light, telephone transmitter).
The burglar-alarm control unit also performs diagnostic activities by activating warning lights and sending acoustic signals. In particular, it stores system events, checks the battery charge and detects the presence of any failures in the system.
When choosing the burglar-alarm control unit, it is important to take into due consideration the level of risk of the area where it is to be installed. An isolated dwelling, an apartment in a condominium, a retail shop or and industrial plant, each of them involves indeed a very different degree of risk.
Anti-intrusion and anti-tampering detectors are devices capable of converting physical phenomena, such as motion or temperature, into electrical signals. There are two types of anti-intrusion detectors for indoor or outdoor use:
For an appreciable overall protection, the various systems (volumetric, perimeter barriers, magnetic contacts) can be installed together thus combining the advantages of the various technologies and obtaining optimised anti-theft systems in terms of reliability and security.
The radio bridge provides a point-to-point connection. Using a Questo diagnostics continuous polling, it is possible to monitor and verify:
The control keypad is the "brain" of an anti-intrusion system. It allows the user to interact with the burglar alarm system from inside or outside the room, to activate and deactivate the perimeter and non-perimeter alarm system completely or partially. In addition to the main access password, it is possible to equip the home and/or company burglar alarm system with a secondary password, which is ideal for occasional users who need to access the protected area for limited periods. The secondary password of the anti-theft system can be non-authorised, authorized or modified at any time.
Thanks to the surprise and deafening effect, the alarm siren guarantees dissuasion and signalling. The security systems for enterprises and the home can be equipped with an indoor siren that increases the “panic” effect in the aggressor or a siren with outdoor fully waterproof flashing light that helps identifying the place involved in a burglary.
Surveye anti-theft systems can also be equipped with an anti-robbery button. This device has been designed to signal, in absolute silence, a robbery in progress, by pressing the button the contact is opened and the anti-robbery alarm activates. The anti-robbery button is also equipped with a system preventing accidental opening.
The transmitter dials the programmed alarm numbers several times in succession and transmits the help request message to the first available number. At choice and in different sequence, it can alert the police, a private security provider and one or more private telephone numbers. The use of a transmitter increases the security level of a basic anti-intrusion system that provides for the mere local signalling with a siren.