Multi Door Security Systems MT-01
20 ZONE ALARM INTRUDER SYSTEM (PSTN)
16 Wireless, 4 Wired Zones
20 Fully programmable zones: 16 wireless & 4 wired
Alpha-Numeric LCD displays
Remote Control RM-03 = Compact design providing simple Arm & Disarm functions Panic button for use in an emergency.
PIR Motion Detector IR-02 = Magnetic switch to detect the opening of doors & windows.
Extra magnet contacts can be connected in series.
PIR Movement Detector with a detecting coverage of 12 meters in a 129º are on 3 layers. Site code protection against unauthorized operation. Tamper protection Wall / Corner mounting
Magnetic Detector MT-01
Magnetic switch to detect the opening of doors & windows. Extra magnet contacts can be connected in series. Site code protection against unauthorized operation. Tamper protection
Multi Door Security Systems MT-01 panel consists of a keyboard that mounts near the door and a circuit board that mounts near your phone interface. Multi Door Security Systems MT-01 is a single unit that mounts near the door. Multi Door Security Systems MT-01 is easier to install but has one weakness. An intruder entering through the door can tear it off the wall before the panel finishes notifying the monitoring service. With a two-part panel, the circuit board keeps working even if the keypad is disconnected. With either type of panel, you’ll need a special phone jack to connect the panel to your phone lines.
Some alarm installers recommend eliminating window transmitters and installing motion sensors instead. These sensors are similar to the motion detectors that turn on outdoor floodlights. That approach can cut costs, but we don’t recommend it. Motion sensors cause the majority of false alarms. Worse, they detect burglars only after they’ve entered your home. That can create a dangerous situation where you come face to face with a burglar in your hallway. Door and window transmitters are the only way to detect break-ins immediately. Don’t let anyone convince you that motion detectors alone are a substitute for them. Glass-breakage sensors are available too, but are optional. Most burglars only break glass in order to unlock a door or window. Then, when they open the door or window, a standard transmitter will detect the entry