Home Security Products
Description & Features

Trust Bulldog

Most Bulldog alarm systems include many different components, including but not limited to:

Control
The central processor of the system that provides intelligence and communication functions.
Keypads
Easy fingertip control pad and display that allows system to be turned on and off, indicate system status, and control all other functions.
Special-Sensors
For monitoring emergency conditions such as low temperature and high water in your home.
Local-Sounders
Provide distinct sounds to alert you of fire or burglary conditions and act as a deterrent to intruders.
Magnetic-Contacts
Mounted on exterior doors and windows to provide a first line of defense for perimeter protection.
Motion Detectors
Strategically placed inside a protected area to provide additional protection by indicating movement and activity.
Glass Break Sensors
Attached to glass windows and doors. When glass breaks, sensors send signal to sound alarm, alerting you to potential intrusion and deterring culprit.
Smoke/Heat-Detectors
Alerts the system when unusual levels of smoke and/or heat is detected.
Environmental Detection
Alerts the system when carbon monoxide or a gas leak is detected.
Panic Buttons
This portable device allows you to arm or disarm your system, initiate a local siren, and contact local authorities.
24/7 Monitoring Services
Around the clock, our monitoring systems respond.
   
 

 

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