How do you compare Home Alarm Systems?
Summary: With every feasible implementation now imbedded into alarm systems, ultimately it falls to whether you need the entire extra
When you say state of the art, you always mean something wicked. In the alarm system parlance, state of the art means a lot. With every feasible implementation now imbedded into alarm systems, sometimes operating the home alarm system installed at home makes me shiver like when operating the TV remote. Half of the buttons I don’t know, half of which I have some inkling while the other half I swear I won’t touch. Have home alarm systems manufacturers gone mad?
Home alarm systems are now capable for every situation that ultimately it falls to whether you need the entire extra. Not to mention the staggering price tag it eventually would have. There’s no Ethan Hunt to defeat here, so there’s no need for those ultra-modern gadgetry that can shame Microsoft. True, when safety is at stake, you are more than ready to shell out more funds. Even then, you still don’t want to pay for those loaded antitheft alarm systems with gizmos you won’t even bother activating. So join me as we scour the existing markets to compare home alarm systems that are just about right.
Home alarm systems come with 3 distinct categories. They are the burglar alarm, fire alarm, and the personal health alarm. First let us compare home alarm systems aimed to burglary. There are four basic types to burglar alarm, simple alarm, localized alarm, automated dialer and monitoring systems. Depending on the gravity, the system that provides the best protection is the monitoring, the least is the simple alarm. Standard homes make do with the localized and the dialer; some designs have implementations of both. For this topic, we compare home alarm systems contained to the 2nd the 3rd type.
Rex Plus Electronic Barking Dog Alarm
This product emulates a convincing bark of a true to life angry German Shepherd. Even the most seasoned trespasser will have second thoughts facing a large dog. For added effect, the closer the intruder attempt to go the more heated and threatening the bark will become (using radio waves to detect the intruder). This barking dog alarm system is at $79.95.
X10 Barking Dog Alarm System
This alarm system is yet another of the increasingly popular dog-bark alarm that can be remotely controlled. The alarm can still be triggered by motion detectors. The keychain remote can be used to produce chaotic barking much like a real dog. The best feature of this model is the automated light control. To effectively emulate occupancy, after programmable delay selected lights are turned on whether it is the bedroom lights or the lawn lights. This barking dog alarm system is surprisingly cheap at $59.99.