Author Archive for Rajneesh Chaturvedi

Rajneesh Chaturvedi is the author and owner of the "The Security Systems Academy" Blog. He is a full time sales professional associated with Electronic Security Industry and a part time blogger loves to write about various topics including Electronics Security.

EXPLOSIVE DETECTION SYSTEMS

Explosives Detection Systems constitutes the Security Gadgets which can detect and indicate the presence the explosives in a matter on the basis of its vapors or traces of particulates. There are certain devices available in market which can detect the explosives with both the methods of sniffing vapors as well as sampling traces of particulates. The utility of these devices lies in its portability, its because of this reason, these are primary part of full explosive and Bomb Detection Systems today at most of the strategic locations of security concern.

Types of Security Camera Systems- Comparison between Analogue and IP Security Cameras

There has been an unending debate over the efficiency and utility of IP Security Cameras over Analogue Security Cameras. On one hand Analogue Cameras are cheaper than IP and are simple to install, where RG Cable is simply connected from a camera output to a proprietary recording and viewing device traditionally called DVR. On the other hand IP Cameras, although expensive but promises to be eventually cheaper than the former when number of cameras and viewing stations are high. Apart from it IP Cameras offers some more features & benefits that can compel anybody to go for them even if they seem to be costlier.

BASICS OF ALARM SECURITY SYSTEMS

Typical Alarm Systems for Homes

A typical alarm security system is composed of four major units – a central control system (panel), Sensors, Anunciators, Central Monitoring System. Out these four units, the former three are most important and are indispensable for any alarm system to work.

Central Control System: It is the main control panel where all the processing takes place and hence should be kept at a safe location. It is connected to input detection devices and out put anunciators. In case of any alarm event the detestation devices send the signals to control panel and then the panel on the basis of programming done by user, process these signals and if required send an alert signal to activate the anunciators and alert the central monitoring system.