|Types Of Adt Home Alarm Systems|
ADT Home Alarm Systems: Your Options
If you are thinking of getting an ADT alarm system for your home, you will first need to know the various options you have and how they differ from each other, to find one that suits your requirements the best.
Basic Burglary Alarm Systems: There are a number of basic burglary alarm systems on offer by ADT. The SafeWatch QuickConnect system is known to be a user friendly control panel alarm system, featuring wireless accessories, wireless keychain remotes and a two way voice communication system, with the security monitoring center. The SafeWatch Pro RF security system even features sophisticated heat and smoke detectors that alert the monitoring center even when there is no one at home. It also includes a system battery backup so that the alarm system does not fail even in the event of a power cut. The Essentials Plus security system package features motion sensors, touch pad and even indoor sirens.
Expanded Systems: The expanded systems, such as the Family Package, are a bit more expensive but they offer more extensive security features for protecting your family. The Family Package, includes one SafeWatch Pro 3000 featuring a hard wired control panel, a CellGuard Primary Unit and a SafeWatch Pro touch pad. CellGuard is designed to keep you connected to the monitoring center even when landline services are not available. The expanded system also features a floor temperature sensor, carbon monoxide detector, motion detectors, indoor sirens, two hardwired window and door sensors, along with a battery and transformer backup.
Customized Security Systems: This is considered to be ADT’s top of the line service. Your home’s security alarm system will be custom designed to meet all the specific requirements of your home. A representative from the company will visit to survey your home and formulate a customized protection plan, using a combination of the above mentioned components, along with some high end convenience functionalities thrown in, like the SafePass Touchpad. The SafePass touchpad allows users to arm and disarm the security system by waving a tag instead of punching in a keycode. Advanced features such as automated lighting and video monitoring are also offered.