Wireless Alarm Systems
Wireless home alarm systems are very popular and one of the leading types of alarm systems for homeowners. These systems rely on radio signals and can save you a ton of time and money on installation. Most wireless alarm systems can be installed by yourself and in a couple hours. No wires, no electrical leads, or circuit testing. You’ll just need some basic tools and a couple hours to complete the installation. This is one of the biggest reason that wireless alarm systems are so popular for homeowners and you can learn everything with our wireless alarm system reviews.
A wireless alarm system means that all of the alarm sensors like door sensors, window sensors, motion detectors, glass break sensors, smoke detectors or any other alarm sensor in the system will communicate to the main Control Panel (“brain” of your alarm system) using a wireless radio frequency instead of an actual wire.
Up until recently a lot of companies were not offering wireless alarm systems and sticking with the traditional hard wired alarm system. Wireless alarm systems are now offered with most any alarm company.
What is the best wireless alarm system?
There are a lot of different types of alarm systems on the market today. For the average alarm customer it can be difficult to find out what the best wireless alarm system is. In the end a lot of it comes down to the features of the system and how it fits in to your daily life. You want a flexible alarm system that is expandable. One that can be easily installed and of course a system that improves the protection of your home or business while making life easier for you.
Some of the best wireless alarm systems are offered by the companies on Alarm System Reports review list. The two best wireless systems we found were ones manufactured by GE and 2Gig. GE’s main model is the GE Simon XT which allows customer to have up to 40 wireless alarm sensors, 100+ Z-Wave home automation devices as well security cameras. The GE Simon XT is one of the most popular models for companies offering Do It Yourself solutions. 2Gig is newer on the scene and is only used by a few companies but has a nice looking TouchScreen Control Panel and integrates with remote monitoring, home automation and surveillance as well.