There are many good reasons to install a wireless alarm system like the Infinite Prime, but it is important to think about how to use it.
So why might one purchase and install a wireless system? Are there any reasons not to install a modern interconnected system?
There are some very good arguments for and against these systems, and we'll take a brief look at just a few of them here.
Note: this wireless intruder alarms may not be available at Sparks anymore; see the current offering of wireless intruder alarms here.
The Pros of Wireless Intruder Alarms
- It's very easy to install and later re-fit the system if you decide to redecorate - or even move home.
- Great for renters! Because the Infinite Prime alarm system is wireless, it is unintrusive: there's hardly even a need to tear the wallpaper, let alone rip the walls apart.
- Fully customisable: the system can be expanded with modules that detect smoke or flooding as well as motion and shock for full home protection.
- With this product there is little chance of interference with the unique secure transmission setup. So even if your next-door neighbor also installs Infinite Prime, the two systems won't activate one another / interfere with one another.
- With the GSM module, the alarm can be connected to a mobile phone network so it can alert a call station, or even call an ambulance when the panic pendant is activated.
Wireless Alarms: Cons
- It represents a higher initial cost than a hard-wired alarm system (but the savings over time are much higher).
- Because the system is battery-operated, the batteries will need to be changed fairly regularly; the Infinite Prime system has an estimated battery lifespan of around four years.
- The wireless protocol isn't really suited for larger properties; for the highest degree of safety in industrial or commercial builds, a hard-wired intruder alarm system is best.