Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

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vedard
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Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

Unread post by vedard » Sun Jun 15, 2014 4:57 am

Hardwired detectors' usage is with cons of complicated installation and distance limitation. So, wireless alarm system is more and more popular nowadays.

Wireless detectors is more convenient for updates of existing burglar alarm and fire alarm systems. It enables it easy for the existing alarm system to add any quantity detector and change detection area, repair detection line error etc.
Of course we need a converter which will convert the wireless alarm signal to wired output and link to existing alarm panel.

For example, wireless smoke detector, wireless smoke and heat detector, wireless gas sensor can be easy to add to existing fire alarm system.
The wireless fire detectors can be added to existing burglar and Fire home security alarm panel which has the wired zones port with N/C or N/O circuit. The wireless fire detectors can be added to conventional fire alarm panel as well.

Add wireless detectors such as pir or named motion sensor, outdoor active infrared detector, door contact, smoke detector, heat detector, CO detector, Gas sensor etc. at any place you want. Then install the wireless to wired converter at place where within the distance required. For example, the wireless detector transmitting distance is 200m, and converter receiving distance is 150m, then the distance between converter and detector should be within 150m.
And please make sure wireless detectors can work with the converter with same wireless coding way. Generally, manufacturers have their own wireless coding technology for their own wireless products. So, it is important to make sure of it.

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Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

Unread post by ivanpew » Mon Dec 21, 2015 1:43 am

anyone newly get contact to alarm system?
I m looking for a contractor to reconnect my alarm with VoIP unifi

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Re: Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

Unread post by vedard » Tue Dec 22, 2015 1:36 pm

ivanpew wrote:anyone newly get contact to alarm system?
I m looking for a contractor to reconnect my alarm with VoIP unifi
Maybe it can help that you note everyone your location to recommend you the contractor such as ADT.

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Re: Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

Unread post by caroline » Wed Jul 27, 2016 12:37 pm

innovative idea

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Re: Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

Unread post by cheyenne » Thu Jun 28, 2018 4:03 am

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Re: Additional wireless detectors to existing alarm system

Unread post by vedard » Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:33 am

Solar power wireless infrared beam system can be easy added to exist home security system. No wiring needed. There is wireless to wired adaptor for connection with any third party wired alarm control panel.

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Does onvif support audio and video synchronous transmission?

Unread post by vedard » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:44 am

Does onvif support audio and video synchronous transmission?
ONVIF is an open industry forum that provides and promotes standardized interfaces for effective interoperability of IP-based physical security products.Profile S is designed for IP-based video systems. A Profile S device (e.g., an IP network camera or video encoder) is one that can send video data over an IP network to a Profile S client. A Profile S client (e.g., a video management software) is one that can configure, request, and control video streaming over an IP network from a Profile S device. Profile S also covers ONVIF specifications for PTZ control, audio, multicasting and relay outputs for conformant devices and clients that support such features.
So, only ONVIF protocol is not enough for different brand network video security system working together. They must meet ONVIF and profile S.