BUSINESS & COMMERICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS IN MISSISSAUGA
Alarm Security Systems
Commercial Security Systems are electronic devices, connected to a main controller that detects intrusion into a protected area.The security system may be monitored by a central station via analog phone line or Wireless radio, or internet module. A system may be a local alarm which will sound a siren on the premises only. Lynden Security ensures that businesses across Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville and Burlington are supplied with the very latest commercial surveillance and security alarm systems at industry-low pricing. Call us at 1-877-459-6336 or visit our online form.
An alarm system can include a wide variety of devices to detect a wide variety of conditions other than intrusion, such as:
- Temperature (high & low)
- Water Level
- Sprinkler System Activation
- CO and natural gas presence
Commercial Monitoring Service
- 24-hour ULC monitoring to new and existing commercial security systems at competitive prices
- System requires analog communication line or cellular (Radio) backup module or internet module
- VOIP is not a consistent or reliable communication method for alarm signals
- Most police regions require Alarm registrations and fees are charged for dispatches
- Guard response is available as an alternative response agent, fees apply.
Lynden Security can design the right alarm system for your your Mississauga business
Integrate Access control with the security system. With the swipe of a fob, the door may be locked and the alarm system armed. Software allows you to track and update the users and door activity.
Radio Backup uses either the cellular network or the internet as a means of sending an alarm signal to the monitoring station. There are a number of devices or modules that may be added to the alarm system such as GSM, Uplink, IP Datatel or Telguard. These devices can be used as the sole means of communicating alarm signals or they can be used as a back up to the signal communication through the analog land line (digital). Radio communication costs a little more than standard digital communication.