People want to go wireless
When wireless home security alarm systems entered the market, people today favor installing them instead of the wired systems due to their undemanding installation and easy maintenance. Installation of these wireless systems is nearly as uncomplicated as plugging in a phone and programming a remote television set.
Wireless home security alarm system usually involves the use of a phone jack and an electrical socket to plug in the system's control panel before it can be hooked up with the phone. There are also systems with battery-operated control panel. The computerized system may be pre-programmed to hook up with up to four phone numbers.
No necessary monthly fees
The system does not require monitoring by a home monitoring company. Home owners do not need to pay for service fees. Needing help from a professional installer is absolutely not required while setting up the wireless home security alarm system. As soon as the entire system has already been set, it starts to monitor your windows and doors and is now ready to detect irregular movements.
When triggered, it alerts you and the neighbors
As soon as the wireless home security alarm system is triggered, it produces a terribly loud siren sound and the emergency preset phone numbers are automatically dialed, so that the individuals owning those phone numbers can be alerted that the system has just been triggered. They may listen to the sound in the home so they can decide on whether to phone up police authorities to respond to the system's alert signal.
No wires, cables and cords
The core feature of the wireless security system is that you don't need to use wires or cables for connecting all the alarms, connectors, sensors and control panel. This gives you choice to set up the components anywhere in the home. The sensors could be unobtrusively located in various parts of the home with no ugly wires. You have limitless placement of the system's components and not just limited to the corner of the ceiling and locations readily accessible by wires.