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Post by dean on Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:35 am

gate driveway alert systems. these do not alarm at the gate. but notify you at your home.

http://www.homesecuritystore.com/c-69-driveway-alarms.aspx

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Post by dean on Sat May 25, 2013 11:30 am

here are some suggestions for increasing your safety and preventing theft.

If building put in additional contact sensors in the following places so that it is set for always on. In general thieves go for electronics like TV, DVD player, computer, notebook, monitor. And jewelry drawer, safes, where you leave you car keys. and so on. Same with the garage, have a cable system put in that you can wind a cable through items like bikes, motorcycles, quads, and so on on things you do not want walking off without an alarm going off. To do all this added to a alarm system is very cheap. This will allow you to have these items always active so you can leave for a bike ride, walk and not have to deal with the hassle of turning an alarm on and off all the time. I have used this system for years after two thefts and the third attempt in 5 years the thief has not returned in 7 years now.

Now, this same sort of concept can be added to your home wirelessly for a reasonable rate.

Next in light of a recent theft of someones car, here is another system that can be added cheaply. At t your drive in out gate, alarm it with a low cost car alarm system. What is great about these systems is they are run off 12 volts so if they cut your power the battery will power it for a month or more. You would ideally use the lowest cost marine battery. you can hook it up to the gate via either if anyone just touches it or opens it. So you would buy a vibration sensors for gate and door, or contacts, and buy extra remote controls and a 12 volt alarm horn if not supplied with the kit. These can even be purchased at autozone in LaPaz along with a auto or marine(preferred) battery.. You will also need a low cost battery maintainer/charger.

Next on windows at your home, it is very easy to put in dual position sensors for your alarm on your windows so you can leave them open a bit. This should cost about $1.00 extra per window.

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