Properly design an alarm system to prevent false alarms

When designing an alarm system one of the factors we have to avoid at all costs are the false breaks alarms because of a bad approach to installation, it is a good recommendation to make the design with all users of the system and know their daily habits and use that hope to make it.

False breaks alarms in a vast majority of cases almost 85% of the time are because of misuse of users, either due to failure of connection or disconnection, and either by carelessness or treasuries problems. 10% are due to environmental, climatic or unknown causes and 5% or less attributable to the equipment problems.

Setting an example to make it look clearer, if we have to protect a stay of 20 square meters, some security companies installed 2 detectors covering 10 square meters, with the corresponding extra expense for the user, instead of placing a sensor covering 20 square meters. Outside apart from a cost savings for the user a 50% reduction in the probability of that because the user with occur is achieved false alarm jump.

A team of security not stop cause false breaks alarms will get the user discontent with it, you will get not to use or activate it in most of the time and of course will get not recommend the system to acquaintances.

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If the team jumps have to verify that the alarm is real jump in order to send the appropriate police, ambulance or fire notification. It is essential to have the system more effective verification that exists in the market today to avoid false breaks alarms, the most complete system available is currently the video verification, this method avoids completely false breaks alarms, and thus police actions are fully justified to avoid possible fines for misuse of our alarm system.

In short, a good security design is one that dimensioned correctly the number of elements that are necessary to provide security for the facility, which features the use and customs of the people who will use it and avoided possible false alarms breaks.