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Post by dean on Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:00 pm

$200.00 has cellular built in, not sure if it will work in mexico. also has land line notification. but not sure if it is programmable to call any number you want.

they mention international cellular monitoring for an additional $5.00 a month.

what I like is the simplicity and how additional sensors are only $15.00

http://www.dailygrommet.com/products/for-me/electronics-gadgets/457-simplisafe-home-wireless-security-system

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padlock with alarm 15.00

Post by dean on Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:46 am

padlock with alarm 15.00

http://store.komando.com/p-979-heavy-duty-padlock-with-siren-alarm.aspx?utm_source=nl&utm_medium=kiminsider&utm_campaign=2012-03-21&utm_content=22


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padlock with alarm 25 dollars

Post by dean on Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:11 am



http://store.komando.com/p-979-heavy-duty-padlock-with-siren-alarm.aspx

Simple and Effective Security
Perfect for sheds, garages, bikes, gates, tool boxes and more!

Our siren alarm padlock will keep your valuables safe and secure. If anyone tries to tamper with your lock, it emits a 10 second, 110 decibel siren...enough to put off any thief!

Our heavy duty padlock is completely weatherproof and made of cast steel to give it a long life. Use the keys to stop the alarm when necessary. Can also be used as a padlock without the alarm.

* Simple and effective security
* Sounds an alarm whenever disturbed
* Includes 3 keys
* Measures 3" x 4" x 1"
* Requires 6 button cell batteries (included)
* Can be used with or without alarm

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Wed May 13, 2009 11:17 am

motion cameras
http://www.nativeoutdoors.com/scoutingcameras.html

http://vuezone.com/
http://www.axis.com/products/cam_m1011w/index.htm
http://www.wilife.com/Products/Master-Systems/Indoor-Camera.aspx

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on sale unit

Post by Admin on Fri Nov 14, 2008 9:41 am

http://www.1800doorbell.com/db800-skylink-security-systems.htm
a sale on a unit. this unit is great to just have on at all times when you are here. so you do not hook up the motion detector when you are here in baja. that way you connect the window sensors to your computer and other valuable items like tv, microwave, safe. you never turn it off so if you go for dinner, a walk on the beach the thief will enter and grab an item and the alarm will go off and they have to exit quickly. A system like this (mine was not as good) saved my safe from being stolen several years ago. No theft attempt since then. this system is on sale for $110.00 When you leave baja set up a battery backup system and hook up the motion detector for better security. the higher end one calls out also.

http://www.1800doorbell.com/db800-skylink-security-systems-accessories.htm
at this link you can buy more wired contact sensors to protect more items in the room at $8.00 each like for printer, router and so on, for additional rooms buy more wireless window sensors at $21.00 each.

what I do is attach the sensor to the monitor, computer, safe and so on; so that if removed it sets off the alarm. again on at all times, never turned off. they tried to seal my safe and had pried it up when the alarm was triggered, once the alarm was triggered they just ran taking nothing.

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Alarm, CCTV and related

Post by TOM on Wed Jul 16, 2008 8:51 pm

You are interested in some kind of electronic security or control.
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(La Paz) (612) 1230370, Fax: (612)1230374, CEL: 612 1202196, Mail: indcom@prodigy.net.mx
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battery chargers for alarm and solar systems.

Post by dean on Sun Jul 06, 2008 8:38 pm

http://www.batterystuff.com/battery-restoration/12-volt/

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Video Surveillance Made Easy With a PC

Post by dean on Sun Jul 06, 2008 6:50 pm

http://www.pcworld.com/article/147985/video_surveillance_made_easy_with_a_pc.html

The basic WiLife service lets you tap into the surveillance video streams over the Internet with any connected notebook, PDA or smart phone that has Windows Media Player software loaded. It worked well with a Windows Mobile phone and a notebook, but it could only display one camera at a time, and the video is limited to 320 by 240 pixels. Still, it's good enough for anxious homeowners on vacation or small business managers worried about office break-ins.

The system is capable of constant video recording, but you can also set a trigger that initiates recording only when the scene in the room changes, such as when a thief enters and removes the TV or (unfortunately) when your dog walks by. It's easy to adjust the video trigger, and the system can e-mail you a text alert or a photo or video of the action.

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Tue Jun 24, 2008 6:46 pm

http://www.smarthomeusa.com/ShopByManufacturer/Motorola/Item/HMEZ2010/
internet based requires computer and may require monitoring service. by motorola

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Wed Jun 18, 2008 6:38 pm

from baja western onion

Security Systems - I recently had my home secured with a great security system, put in by AD Security. Anthony (612)143-1746 Cell.. Is an honest reliable English speaking man, who put a system in my home that I am very comfortable with. He was very tidy, experienced and professional. I would trust him in any home.debra.louw@, Todos Santos

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Post by dean on Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:15 am

Starting at $100.00 here is the best 12vdc system I have seen paging about half a mile. with audible horn. It is designed for cars but with a 12 VDC marine battery it will defeat those who will cut your power. the battery will last my guess about 2-3 months without power. And easily set up to page when you do not have power. Just have a 110vAC relay hooked up to your power that is normally closed. I can help you with this.

This is no contract, and can be hooked up to a phone dialer too..

There are various detectors, motion, door glass, and so on that can be hooked up.

http://www.carmobileaudiovideo.com/product/DBCS_2205ADVTW1/Deluxe_2Way_LED_Paging_Security_System.html

details listed at http://crimestopper.com/

If you just want to protect certain items and can run a wire to each and can do doors and windows, as long as wired, here is a low cost one, you will need a marine battery (but could use a car battery) and trickle/float charger. $38.00 for the alarm with horn. You could easily install it in one room like a closet and have wires to the computer and asociated in the room.

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Fri Jun 06, 2008 2:17 pm

this one seems to be about the best to date, has interface to camera and at $5.00 a month they store the camera data. so if your house is broken in they store the pictures.

http://www.visonic.com/VisonicHomePage.nsf/webProductsHP?OpenForm

http://www.homesecuritystore.com/detail_pages/escort+.htm

http://www.home-technology-store.com/home-security/V-Powermax-plus-KIT.aspx

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Sat May 31, 2008 8:36 pm

here is a real basic one for
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-OmBB9L9AOhO/App/Product/Item/Main.aspx?g=327650&i=711LSKIT&tp=8605

Here is one no contracts and claims sensors transmit 300feet. a bit expensive as each sensor costs $40.00 calls out.
http://www.brickhousesecurity.com/v500.html


http://www.bassburglaralarms.com/categtype_36.htm more professional stuff

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Post by dean on Sat May 24, 2008 11:25 am

here is a what looks like a very good internet security camera, states it will send you an email whem motion is detected. you would need high speed internet.

http://www.1800doorbell.com/db800-ip-camera.htm

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Sat May 24, 2008 10:46 am

here is a $19.95 padlock with a alarm built in. IE

http://www.smarthome.com/81011.html

Overview
High security design made of durable steel
96 - 98 db alarm that sounds when tampered
Two settings - active alarm and inactive alarm
Suitable for all weather conditions
Powered by 6 lithium batteries
3 High-security cut keys
Essential Info
Keep your bike, garage door, garden shed, side gate, tool box or locker, or anything you desire secure with this Heavy Duty Siren Alarm Padlock. This lock comes equipped with two settings, armed and unarmed, so you can be alerted by a 96 - 98 db alarm when the lock is tampered with. Basically, double the protection. The Heavy Duty Siren Alarm Padlock has a body made of extra strong cast steel as well as a high-grade steel shackle.

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Post by dean on Wed Apr 09, 2008 11:45 am

here is a very reasonably priced wireless alarm system that is easy to put together. $200.00 I have not tried it but will fall of 2008.


http://www.drivewayalarm.com/dvo-skylink-security-systems.htm

someone coming up from beach or from front gate auto anouncer.

http://www.drivewayalarm.com/dvo-skylink-household-alert.htm

here is real low cost if just your safe, TV, computer, but uses LR44 bateries
http://www.drivewayalarm.com/dvo-door-window-exit-alarms.htm

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Re: sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Thu Mar 27, 2008 11:22 am

I also take one door off my refridgerators and microwaves and put those in storage elsewhere when I leave for the season. easy to do and makes them worthless to a theif.

off the subject is to cover your sinks, shower drains and suran wrap your toilets so if they dry out the bugs living in the septic system do not invade.

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sources for alarms equiptment

Post by dean on Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:42 am

some have low cost mechanical door locks with a code for $100.00 I have been using one for 9 years now. also has electronic latch, I have just replaced one that lasted 8 years. many options.

here is the best catalog. many options including lectronic keypad for about $50.00, electronic door lock,

this one is very good for later catching... the $140 swann pir camera is ideal for the home, it works via motion detector and records to a memory stick only when there is motion. part number. 82-12100 has self contained power. If home is broken into just download the images like you do with a camera. So you would put this in your main entrance or where there are expensive items that are quick grab.

http://www.mcmelectronics.com/content/ProductData/Catalog52/section15.pdf

http://www.intellahome.com/bapacks.html

http://www.homesecuritystore.com/ezStore123/DTProductList.asp?p=2_1_1_1_0_0_191

http://www.norcoalarms.com/

http://www.dewalt.com/us/security/sitelock/
this one is great but tooo expensive. has high power cellular built in (though probably will not work in mexico, no service) has phone dial out also. and has cable locks for equiptment around the place like a boat, quad. starts at $1000.00 rugged design as it is made for construction sites. the range is 2000 feet for the sensors. if 5 people were to buy it and protect their boats and motors as well as other things would be worth it.



http://www.securitycomms.co.uk/store/viewItem.asp?idProduct=3768

http://www.alarmlock.com/testframe.html?main.html

http://www.alarmsystemsdist.com/

http://www.sourcesecurity.com/technical-details/access-control/door-controls/electronic-locking-devices/paxton-600-750.html

http://www.door-hardware-access-control.co.uk/
http://magneticlocks.net/?gclid=CNHgj7e3tZECFRpdagodC27qfQ

http://www.buyasafe.com/Keyless_Door_Locks_s/18.htm?gclid=CJLbktC3tZECFRsFagodRiOdew

http://www.trineonline.com/interior/products/product_frameset.html?gclid=CK677dC3tZECFRv_iAodTQ4TNw

http://paxton.co.uk/products.asp?strStage=specification&strProduct=600-750

http://www.dswbrand.com/home_burglar_alarm.php

http://www.videx.com/AC%20Site/Prod-CBL.html

I had this one www.x10.com and had it hooked up to my TVs, VCRs, computer and monitor, and my safe. about 5 years ago someone broke into my place and while prying my safe up it went off and the theif had to take off without anything. this was a low cost $100.00 system that is wireless. I just had it on all the time with item sensors. I did not have it hooked up so I had to turn off and on all the time. It was just there for the high value items that theives go after first and on all the time. the thief had obviously been casing my area as he knew when I left my house for a walk.


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