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Local resource for ADT security in Aberdeen. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to security systems, motion detectors, security cameras, locks, security keypads, car alarms and fire alarms, as well as advice and content on home security.

Aberdeen Security & Invstgtns
(605) 226-2877
2209 17th Ave SE
Aberdeen, SD
 
American Home Security- Inc.
(803) 691-8861
6423 Monticello Rd
Columbia, SD
 
ADT Security Systems Inc
(803) 254-5002
720 Gracern Road
Columbia, SD
 
Statewide Security Systems
(803) 788-0733
100 Greengate Drive
Columbia, SD
 
Vector Security Systems - Central Station
(419) 525-0288
186 Sturges Avenue
Mansfield, SD
 
Fire Safety First
(605) 229-2270
413 N Congress St
Aberdeen, SD
 
Atlantic Home Security
(410) 715-1122
10320 Little Patuxent Pkwy
Columbia, SD
 
Securex Alarm Services
(410) 964-9000
5950 Symphony Woods Road Suite 150
Columbia, SD
 
U S Home Security
(803) 783-5191
7356 Garners Ferry Road
Columbia, SD
 
A Plus Systems A Plus Security Inc
(605) 388-0925
2650 Jackson Boulevard
Rapid City, SD
 

Digital Security

Digital security systems use digital electronics to create security zones that can only be deactivated by transmitting a numeric code. This means a computer is used to relay and read these digital codes. Digital systems are controlled by a digital keypad for manual key punching by the home's occupants, or they may be operated via a remote control device that can activate or deactivate a security system automatically. In each case a unique sequence of digital signals is sent to a system controller or device.

Digital keypads are often employed in common security systems such as those provided by ADT Security , Brinks security and other security systems. They are a great addition to a perimeter security system. The keypad has a series of buttons with numbers on them. The user can set the alarm and deactivate it by pushing a series of buttons.

Once inside the external doorway, the person entering the home has about 30 seconds to key in the correct combination of numbers before an alarm sounds. This time period can be set by the security system installation or service person to any length of time desired by the homeowner. The keypad controller is usually setup to automatically deactivate the rest of the alarms in the home. These systems come with a panic button to alert police or a security monitoring agency in case of fire or a home invasion.

There is a strong relationship between digital and wireless systems. The two technologies are combined to provide greater secur...

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