Texecom‘Europe’s largest independent security alarm specialist’products are designed, manufactured and tested in the UK.Texecom is owned by Halma, which makes products for hazard detection and life protection.
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Texecom is the only brand to have a five-star rating for alarm quality, alarm sensitivity, ease of use and value for money. Texecom has two alarm ranges: Veritas, for homeowners and small businessesVeritas R8, Veritas R8 Plus, Veritas Excel, Veritas 8 and Veritas 8 Compactbells-only alarms (these make a noise when triggered, but don’t alert you) or can be set up to contact you by phone or text, with the addition of a speech dialler.set the alarm ahead of time, and you can operate some with remote keyfobsTexecom mobile applications for Android and iOs, so can be controlled with a smart phone.
Texecom has two alarm ranges: Veritas, for homeowners and small businesses, and Premier Elite, mostly for commercial premises. You can buy the Veritas R8 Plus and the Veritas Excel alarms with a monitoring contract, which means they can be connected to an alarm-monitoring call centre. This isn’t something that Texecom provides, though, so you would need to take out the contract with another company. Alternatively, Texecom offers some smart enabled alarms in the Veritas range. You can buy the Veritas R8 Plus and the Veritas Excel alarms with a monitoring contract, which means they can be connected to an alarm-monitoring call centre. This isn’t something that Texecom provides, though, so you would need to take out the contract with another company.
Pyronixhttps://www.pyronix.com/uk/Pyronix has been trading for more than 30 years and is now part of the Hikvision Group, which specialises in video surveillance. Although primarily based in the UK, Pyronix sells security equipment across the world.
both wired and wireless alarms, as well as hybrid versionsa range of dialler and smart alarms that you can control and monitor remotely from your smartphone or tablet using the HomeControl+ app. anti-mask detectorsmotion detectors, you can adjust the sensitivity alarms come with keyfobs/tagsspeech dialler alarms also allow you to listen in to your home and talk back – useful if you’ve had an alert and want to hear what’s going on and scare off an intruder.options for video streaming, so you can watch what is going on at home. Some also have safety devices such as smoke sensors, CO detectors and panic buttons.
Pyronix has a wide range of alarms, for both homes and businesses. It sells both wired and wireless alarms, as well as hybrid versions that are a combination of both. Some alarms come with key fobs/tags, which allow you to set and turn off the alarm with a wireless key, so you don’t need to input a pin. All of its alarms also allow for remote diagnosis, where an engineer can check any problems so they can decide whether a home visit is required. Pyronix has a range of smart alarms that you can control and monitor remotely from your smartphone or tablet using the HomeControl+ app.
Enforcer two-way wireless technology https://www.pyronix.com/uk/wireless-solutions/
Dome camera https://www.pyronix.com/uk/products/dome-cameraApp https://www.pyronix.com/uk/products/homecontrol-applicationhttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/homecontrol/id906273565?mt=8“We’ve had to remove the ‘My Video’ functionality of the App – but we’ve put a link to our new app, ProControl+, which brings much improved video experience”https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/procontrol/id1340691675?mt=8problems between Pyronix and Hik-Connect/Hikvision??
https://www.pyronix.com/uk/products/enforcer-v10PyronixCloud is a yearly subscription service
Wireless CCTVhttps://www.which.co.uk/reviews/burglar-alarms-and-home-security/article/burglar-alarms-and-home-security/home-cctvIP CCTV system
- Bells-only alarms make a noise, but don’t contact anyone (such as the police or you).
- Dialler burglar alarms automatically dial your phone number, or that of nominated friends and family, when the alarm is triggered.
- Smart home-security systems contact you or family members when the alarm goes off through a smartphone or tablet app.
- A monitoring contract means you pay a company monthly or annually to take action or call the police if the alarm goes off.
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burglar alarm brands overview https://cl.ly/c0891ee08ea2Pyronix Texecom
Pyronix Enforcer 32 GSM kit, but am being seduced by the Texecom Premier Elite 24-WTexecom RicochetTexecom are DIY-friendly with good support (this is a big plus)The Ricochet wireless sounds good for coverageThe Door contact sensors are small (esp. compared to the Pyronix)Can add COMGSM or COMIP modules as needed/wantedDoes the Premier Elite 24-W panel come with a battery
Is the Texecom worth the money? For what I want it’s about twice the price of the Pyronixad more issues with the texecom than I’ve had using the the pyronix enforcer up to now ,the enforcer had been 100% trouble freepremier
Pyronix Enforcer 32 GSM Kit and added a wired deltabell instead of the wireless bell.cellular networkPyronix are working on a new Enforcer with ‘cloud integration’. Would it support remote disarm/arm?Pyronix Enforcer kit with a Deltabell X Grade 3
HKC 1070– Texecom Premier– Pyronix Enforcer HomeControl+ highest maintenance feespyronix was cheapestPersonally I would go Texecom or HKC, I do think the Texecom is more user friendly and their App is free with no monthly charge, there is a monthly charge for the HKC App.app charge?I think hkc would overtake texecom in a big way if there app had a free versionSiemens, Visonic or HoneywellVisonicVisonic Kit is cheaper to buy, DC’s are cheaper and as are DT’S. In this game customers don’t want to pay a lot, so Visonic win. What I like is they print free bell lids whereas Pyronix wonthttps://www.hkcsecurity.com/ie/product/sw-10270-hybrid/control-panels/https://www.visonic.com/uk-visonichttp://benchmarkmagazine.com/intruder-test-wireless-alarm-panels/https://securityalarms.co.uk/kb/wireless-security-systems/We went Texecom – was going to go with Risco but in the end from advice we took just seemed that Texecom was a little more solid… who knowTexecom Ricochethttps://www.citysecuritysystems.co.uk/texecom-kit-0002-wireless-kit