Dual Path Burglar Alarm Monitoring Cornwall
Dual Path Monitoring is the term used for Alarm Systems that are connected to an alarm receiving centre by means of two different methods of communication. This can be by Gsm, Gprs, Pstn (landline telephone line). Insurers regularly specify Redcare monitoring of Dual path for high risk premises and situations where single path monitoring is not deemed as acceptable. As Ssaib approved installers that are are also registered installers of BT Redcare systems we can install, repair and maintain your dual path monitored alarm in Cornwall.
Redcare Secure is an alarm signalling system that comes in three variants.
Depending on the risk level of your home or business premises and your technology preference you can choose between Secure 2 (for Grade 2 risk), Secure 3 (Grade 3 risk) and Secure IP (Grade 4 risk).
Redcare Secure benefits from being a ‘dual path’ system, which means that two separate routes are used to signal the alarms to your Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).
So, in the event of one path being faulty or unavailable the alarm message will get out over the other path.
With our Secure 2 and Secure 3 service a wireless network link provides the ‘primary path’, with the back-up ‘secondary path’ being provided by your fixed telephone line.
With our Secure IP service your IP or broadband line provides the ‘primary path’ with the back-up link, the ‘secondary path’, provided via the wireless network link.
Whichever system you choose you can have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that if intruders enter your property, a signal will be sent to your ARC, and the emergency services alerted.
With intelligent network selection, Redcare’s Roaming SIM firstly looks for a network with a signal above -75dBm, the equivalent to 4 out of 5 bars on your mobile phone. Not all roaming sims do this. If that fails it chooses the strongest network available. No compromises.
Key benefits and features:
- Intelligently selects a strong signal for premium performance
- Automatically connects to another signal in the event of failure for enhanced resilience
- Doesn’t rely on a signal from a single operator – easier to install
- If the connected cell goes down, we automatically connect to other available cells with no interruption in service for your customer.
- Easier installation: Forget problems associated with looking for a signal from a single operator, such as unavailability of service or a weak signal.
- More resilient: Automatic connection to other networks means fewer communication failures, alarms, and service outages.