The Electronic Guard Force Never Sleeps:
The Role of Residential Alarms
It is a wearisome time for Americans living abroad, a time of heightened threats and tight resources. While security at the main office buildings are beefed up, residential security sometimes takes second place, creating a dangerous vulnerability. Residential alarm systems go a long way toward creating a comprehensive security program.
When linked by phone or radio to a central alarm monitoring station, or CAMS, the alarm system becomes part of your communications plan, speeding an alarm message to responders. See more on CAMS in the Alarm Communication / AES-IntelliNet section.
For 25 years, AES has designed and built security systems for protecting Americans overseas, built to survive the environmental factors that take a toll on electronic gear. AES manufactures two product lines for residential security – the 5100 Series, an advanced system for all applications, and the 1700 Series, which is ideal for smaller houses and apartments.
AES 1700 Series
Easy to Install, Easy to Operate, A Proven System
The beauty of the AES 1700 is its simplicity. It is easy to install, easy to operate and easy on your budget. For installations where resources are limited, and the basic counts, the 1700s are the right choice. Choose from 2 kits, the basic and the “EZ” kit, ideal for apartments.
AES 5100 Series
Advanced Features, Rugged Performance
The AES 5100 Alarms provide the full range of options, from it’s LCD digital keypad to a built-in digital dialer. By far, the most capable of the AES alarm systems. Choose from 3 kits, from Basic, Standard or Deluxe.