It is a little hard to imagine our lives today without wireless technology. Wires are a thing of past and no more can we embrace the idea of having messy wires and internet cables in our lives.
Home security systems are no exception when it came to adopting the wireless technology. Such systems were previously dependent on wires. Every security part required wiring. Such wires were not reliable since they could easily be damaged by wire cutters.
Opting for wireless security systems to burglar-proof your home and office would be a wise idea. Such systems have gained huge popularity in recent times. So what is it all about?
We all are aware of the term ‘wireless’. It implies that there are no wires involved. Wireless technology in home security systems are tools that can interact wirelessly with the alarm system control component. The control unit of such a system is usually communicates with the outside world through a cellular network instead of an internet connection.
Most home security companies these days offer a choice for wireless security systems, since such systems have been receiving great reviews from customers and industry experts have been speaking high of such systems. However, few people are aware of cellular monitoring, which is a critically significant aspect in a wireless home security system.
A typical home security system, which is non-wireless, uses phone line of a house to send an alert notification to the monitoring station. Newer systems may implement the internet connection of a house to do this. Both these wired systems pose risks. Power outages are likely to disable a phone line. Internet connectivity often experiences glitches. Seasoned burglars are way too smart to fall for weak security systems as such. They snip the phone line before making a move.
A wireless home security system has solved such issues. Systems as such work with the help of cellular monitoring. The control unit has a built-in cellular signalling device, which it uses to send notifications to the station in events of emergency. The signal goes out over a range of sophisticated, safe cellular networks. Since such systems do not come with any wires, there is nothing burglars can do about it. Such systems are ideal options for homes that do not use landlines anymore.