Step By Step Guidance
To Choose Your Intruder Alarm

STEP 1​

First you need an alarm panel, add Kit 1 to your shopping cart.


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You'll also probably need extras (see below)  depending  on the size of your premesis, & the type of system you decide on. 
STEP  2  

Secondly you need a number of extra PIRs of which 2  are included in Kits 1. These see movement in line of sight & will be installed in the upper corners of rooms & landings.  Choose enough PIRs to see all the accessible spaces indoors. Generally this will be one for every room, landing or hallway.  Garages & conservatories need the DT  PIR.
  

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Ryno Online Installed Price NSI SSIAB Security Systems CCTV Burglar Intruder Alarms Choose How Many Door Contacts
STEP 3

Thirdly you may need some extra magnetic door & window sensors. One is included in your kit for the  principal entry & exit door.  Magnetic door & window sensors can be used to  protect rooms or cupboards where valuables are kept, or they will add to the protection afforded by PIRs in view.
STEP  4

Keyfobs allow you to set the alarm from around the house, indoors or out.   Two are provided in your kit, but you may want more for extra members of the household or your business  who need to arm or disarm the alarm.
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Ryno Online Installed Price NSI SSIAB Security Systems CCTV Burglar Intruder Alarms Choose Smoke Detection
STEP  5

Now add fire safety, with at least one or more smoke detectors on each floor, hallway or landing.
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& Carbon Monoxide Protection which needs one of these  C.O. detectors installed close to any boiler or other fuel burning appliance.

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STEP  6

If you are having Kit 1 with CCTV, choose the number of internal cameras you want.
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and then the  number of external cameras you want.
Ryno Online Installed Price NSI SSIAB Security Systems CCTV Burglar Intruder Alarms Choose How Many Dummy Bells
STEP   7

Adding an extra decoy  or indeed sounding bell box on an external wall is an effective deterrant to prospective intruders.

ABOUT YOUR ALARM INSTALLATION


Before installation, our professional installer will check the system you have ordered & be able to advise you, amend your order, or just go ahead as planned.  So don't worry!
0VERVIEW
Your  Intruder alarm system is composed of some basic components which contribute  to sounding the alarm when an intruder enters the premises.
 
The system consists of;

1.  A control panel  near the main door you enter & exit.  You switch on your alarm by inputting a secret code into the control panel keypad before going out. You switch it off in the same way when you come home. Alternatively, the Ryno pocket fob also allows you to arm or disarm the system from the palm of your hand,  both  inside or outside the premises.

2.  A number of PIRs (infrared movement sensors) which are strategically spread about in the upper corners of rooms & landings view everywhere indoors.  PIR'™s detect movement in line of sight,  sounding the alarm when the system is armed & movement detected.

3.  One or more magnetic  sensors (for doors or windows) which detect their opening in order to sound the alarm. You must have one on your principal entry & exit door, where there is a time delay to allow you in or out whilst inputting your secret code.  Other exterior doors & windows can also be fitted with magnetic sensors where the area cannot be protected by a PIR, or where valuables are kept nearby.

4.  A bell box is fitted high on the outside of the premises, where the alarm siren is situated.
 
You can turn off just part of your alarm system, which comprises several zones created by your installer. Many people turn  upstairs  off whilst asleep upstairs, but leaving downstairs protected. This enables free movement upstairs, whereas  movement downstairs will continue to trigger the alarm.

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