CCTV systems, Burglar Alarm systems and Fire Alarms are all designed to protect you, but how do you protect your systems?
Interestingly enough, many strange things often happen that affect security systems both indoors and especially outdoors; anything from interference noise on the CCTV image, to Alarms not working when tested or the whole system completely stopping and never to work again.
As homes, businesses, schools, hospitals etc. become filled with more electronic technology and gadgets, with smaller and more susceptible parts being used within them, the chances increase that some of your systems will be affected by surges, spikes and transient damage.
Any electrical equipment or device that is connected to your building’s main electrical service panel is potentially at risk, and therefore should have some sort of protection. It is best practice to use a co-ordinated approach and install surge protection devices on the electrical service panel itself and also to any of your other equipment, including security system cameras, alarms, lighting, sockets, routers, coax cables, to name a few.
Your entire security system could be compromised without any surge protection installed. So ask yourself “Am I putting my valuable cutting edge technology at risk from surges and other energy phenomenon?”
For protection and peace of mind get surge protected today! After all, installing surge devices nearly always outweighs the expense of replacing damaged equipment.
Can you afford not to have it?