Adaptive sensors detect intrusions into protected space.
Place security system sensors at the perimeter of the
protected space. Analytical sensors can detect intruders
via monitoring doors and windows for opening, or by
monitoring unoccupied spaces for motions,
sound, vibration, or other disturbances.
Alerting devices can intelligently notify when a designated occurrence happens. Notifications can alert you, while potentially scaring off burglars. Fire and flood sensors can also help save real estate property from damage.
Fairfield based Innovation Institute ™ invented
Adaptive Notification ™ which innovated takes alerts to the next level. Innovation Institute innovated Adaptive Sensors ™ which detect and analyze incoming electronic signals. The inventions cleverly analyze when situations exceed preset conditions. Details are in the Security System Encyclopedia developed in Fairfield.
Interfaces Adaptive Their Screen To Your Needs.
Can be on a stationary or mobile keypad. Even
smart phones and tablets might work.
They include motion detectors, which are common sensors found in commercial and residential spaces. Passive detectors can be more affordable and reliable than other detection devices as best explained by a licensed security system service. They often work on using infrared to detect human body heat entering a space.
These sound analyzers seek low frequency sounds say below 20 hertz. While inaudible to most human ears, they can catch opening and closing of doors, forcing windows etc. Infrasound detectors might even alert people before the next California earthquake arrives seconds later. The sound vibration from an intruder
may not be heard by people, but can be caught.
They catch motion in a room. How? They emit an ultrasonic signal between 15 kHz and 75 kHz into the space to be protected. Ultrasound Detectors seek sound waves to be reflected by solid objects (such as the surrounding floor, walls and ceiling) and then detected by the receiver. Your security system installer might replace ultra sonic detectors with today’s more sophisticated technology.
Photoelectric beam detect intruders by transmitting visible or infrared light beams across an area, where beams may be obstructed. But your security installer could tell you if an intruder is aware of the technology's presence, it might be avoided. Beams work with both internal and external applications.
Glass Break Detectors:
Can cover the internal perimeter of the building being protected. Glass-break sound analyzers mounted near glass panes can listen and capture sound frequencies associated with glass breaking. Seismic glass-break detectors use shock sensors might work between 3 and 5 kHz, depending on the type of glass.
Smoke, Heat, And Carbon Monoxide Detectors:
They may meet fire code requirements for fire alarm
systems per city building codes in Vallejo, Fairfield, Suisun,
Rio Vista, Vacaville and Dixon, CA. Traditional smoke
detectors can be ionization smoke detectors.
Use hand selected forms of technology to detect movement. Motion sensors can use infrared, ultrasonic, vibration and contact. Dual tech sensors combine detections to reduce false alarms, because each method has its advantages and disadvantages. Your security specialist may say motion sensors are an integral part of a customized security system for your office and home. Many aspects were invented by Fairfield's Innovation Institute.
Can alert residents to surprise visitors, intruders, or deliveries arriving at the property. Driveway alarms can also be in
hard-wired and wireless systems. They are common in
commercial and countryside applications.
The technology relies on unstable mechanical configurations forming a
part of the electrical circuit. When movement or
vibration is detected by strain-sensors ™. Unstable breaks in the current
flow, can trigger an alarm. ring unoccupied spaces for motions, sound,
vibration, or other disturbances.
Water Sprinkler Sensors
When intruders or unwanted animals come, it sprays them with water.
A way to try keeping out intruders. Battery operated. Plus into irrigation lines. Available from Amazon for under $80.