SAFETY SURVEILLANCE SOLUTIONS

Do you still use a landline for signal transmission in your alarm system? Time to reconsider: cellular-based systems are safer, more reliable, and cost-effective!  

Does your current alarm communicator transmit signals on the 2G/3G networks?

It’s time to upgrade! Cellular network operators have already started shutting down their 2G/3G networks in order to give way for 4G LTE and 5G.

WM Systems offers alarm signal transmitters with the latest future-proof cellular technologies for multiple security applications.

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SAFETY ALARM CENTER TRANSMISSION

SAFETY ALARM CENTER TRANSMISSION

The evolution of cellular technologies is making security systems better by improving the speed and stability of communications between alarm panels and monitoring centers. GSM/GPRS safety alarm signaling has become the new normal. Our cellular alarm panels can easily replace legacy land-line based transmitters. These devices can be integrated into almost any security system to provide high-level security and improved reliability.

Check out our alarm transmitters that offer DTMF encoding, contact ID signaling via SID protocol, SMS alarm notifications, input signal monitoring (dry or wet), output relay control, sabotage detection etc.

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

video surveillance

CCTV systems are proven to be quite useful in security applications. However, in order to act on the information they provide, video footage cameras must be connected to alarm systems.

Our routers are widely used by industry professionals to connect IP cameras, NVRs (network video recorders), and DVRs (digital video recorders).

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