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The External Deterrent System operates in pre-programmed phases.
External detection sensors are activated by the movement of intruders in the protected area. The first level is to activate ultra-bright white-light led floodlights. These instantly illuminate the scene and most unwelcome visitors are immediately deterred.
Any intruders who remain within the protected areas of the site will trigger the second level of activation and the system broadcasts a strong verbal warning, reinforcing the impression to the intruders they’re under observation. The deterrent is re-enforced with floodlights repeatedly flashing on and off.
The intelligent control panel and on-site sensors are continually analysing the intruder activity. Those ignoring the verbal warning and floodlights will bring the system to “Full Alarm” status with sirens and strobe lighting.
When the system has reached “full alarm status” an alarm signal is sent via the signalling device to the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).
Upon receipt of the alarm signal, the ARC operator will follow an agreed response plan and contact Key-holders accordingly.
Once the system detects that the premises are secure and free from unwelcome visitors, the whole system automatically re-sets itself without the need for you or your nominated keyholders to attend.