Outdoor security can include mechanical barriers, such as fences and gates, as well as electronic security. They represent a homeowner’s ultra-high-end first line of defense and may include any of the following components:
- Gates and fences can be equipped with sensors. They can also be equipped with cabling and other signal processors to notify you of climbing. Or any other attempt to gain access to the premises.
- Photoelectric detectors can protect large open areas by transmitting invisible beams of light between two points. Contemporary units are sleeker and more attractive than ever and are designed to eliminate false alarms.
- Closed-circuit surveillance cameras, in environmental housings, now offer exceptional “low-light” capabilities for outdoor environments.
- Video motion detectors and tracking systems can sense motion and turn on monitors creating a targeted view of any outdoor activity.
- Buried cable detection sensors can protect driveways or perimeters of any shape or length.
- Security lighting systems can be installed to illuminate parking areas, walkways, driveways or entrances whenever there’s movement within the detection pattern.
Products for residential outdoor security are specifically designed to provide homeowners with covert and unobstructive protection that is aesthetically pleasing in the home landscape environment.They provide highly reliable protection and can help you achieve a level of early-warning security preparedness that can be customized to your home’s specific environment.