Aberdeen Technical Services ltd, 70 St Clement St, Aberdeen, AB11 5BD
T. 01224-573601 [email protected]

Intruder Detection

ATS Chrome BellIntruder alarms have two major benefits – they are an effective deterrent to criminal entry and ensure a prompt security response to any attempted or successful breaches of systems.

Aberdeen Technical Services offers a comprehensive range of wired and wireless intruder alarms and detection systems at Grade 2 and Grade 3 for domestic, commercial and industrial premises. All of our alarms are capable of 24/7 remote monitoring by our Alarm Receiving Centre with the option of dual-path monitoring via GSM, IP & PSTN.

As an SSAIB* accredited installer, our alarm systems are recognised by insurers, making our customers eligible for police response on confirmed intruder detection.

Alarm systems available:

  • Hard-wired intruder alarms
  • Wireless intruder alarms
  • CCTV linked alarms
  • Monitored alarms
  • Silent and personal attack alarms
  • Integrated alarms

Intruder%20Alarm-Prod%20Cert_LogoWe offer a full design, install and commissioning service for all types of intruder detection systems, with wired systems designed to BS5839 Part1–2013 and wireless systems to BS5839 Part 4.

Our security alarm systems comply with ACPOS** specifications, enabling them to be remotely monitored with police response.

We service intruder alarm systems whether or not we installed them, and offer a comprehensive takeover service with full testing and recertification. All systems are eligible for our 24/7 on-call back-up package, and we provide a full preventative maintenance package for regular intruder alarm testing for enhanced security.

We also provide monitoring of intruder alarm systems, so that, in the event of activation, key-holders are contacted by our Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) to allow them to check the premises. In the event of a confirmed activation, a voice alarm can be played to deter an intruder and the ARC will contact the local police authority to allow them to visit the site and investigate the incident.

* Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board

** Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland