Rohallion Security has over 32 years experience of integrating alarm monitoring into bespoke intruder alarm systems to meet the individual needs of its customers. Having a professionally installed alarm system gives you access to a range of monitoring services, which means that if an intruder gains access to your property, or fire starts, your alarm will not be ignored even if you're not around to hear it yourself.
With one of our monitored alarm systems, your alarm is connected to our ARC (Alarm Receiving Centre), which can respond in a number of ways, including getting in touch with the emergency services provided they can verify that the alarm has been genuinely triggered.
The emergency services will only respond to alarm systems that meet current regulations. In brief, these state that 2 detection devices of independent technology must confirm an alarm signal. All signals must pass via an alarm receiving centre in order for your Unique Reference Number to be passed on to the police control room.
Telephone: 01372 451666
Self Monitoring Alarms
Speech/text dialler - Calls or texts keyholders directly with no police or fire brigade response. The integrity of the line can only be monitored at the alarm panel
Smart Com App – The smartCom app gives you full control of your alarm system at home or anywhere in the world with an internet connection. With notifications of alarm activity
There are two types of monitored system
Keyholder only: Alarm and fault activations automatically passed to key holders for response.
Police response: Alarm and fault activations automatically passed to key holders for response. This is then elevated if more than one detector is activated our monitoring station will automatically contact the relevant police force. All signals are filtered to check for false activations to avoid losing police response.
Our monitored alarm systems are programmed to transmit signals to our alarm receiving centre which monitors your alarm 24/7 365 days a year. The signalling equipment used can be either single or dual path:
Single Path system: Transmits signals via one route with a digital communicator connecting you to the system via your regular analogue phone line or wireless over the GPRS network using all four major networks to find the best signal strength available.
Dual Path system: Transmits via two separate paths; either your phone/broadband line and wireless over the GPRS network using all four major networks to find the best signal strength available. This means that if your phone or broadband goes down for any reason you will still be able to connect wirelessly.
Telephone: 01372 451666
Dualcom – Using landline or internet and wireless GPRS
Redcare – Using landline or internet and wireless GPRS
We can take over the maintenance of your existing security system, even if another company installed it.
No Takeover Admin Fee
Initial Engineer Site Visit
A Condition Report of Your System
System Record Card
22, Church Road
Tel: 01372 451666
DDI: 01372 417007