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Glass Break Sensors Rapid City SD

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ADT® Home Security
(888) 564-9618
540 Deadwood Ave
Rapid City, SD
Description
Get a Security System for Just $99! Protect Your Home and Call ADT® Home Security Today.
Phone Hours
MON - FRI 9:00AM - 11:00PM; SAT 9:00AM - 6:00PM; SUN CLOSED

Mountain States Security Inc
(605) 343-7448
306 Main St # 5
Rapid City, SD
 
Rushmore Extinguisher Svc
(605) 342-7111
2843 Samco Rd # Y
Rapid City, SD
 
ADT® Home Security
(888) 564-9618
540 Deadwood Ave
Rapid City, SD
Description
Get a Security System for Just $99! Protect Your Home and Call ADT® Home Security Today.
Phone Hours
MON - FRI 9:00AM - 11:00PM; SAT 9:00AM - 6:00PM; SUN CLOSED

Fire Safety First
(605) 229-2270
413 N Congress St
Aberdeen, SD
 
Armstrong Extinguisher Svc Inc
(605) 341-3473
2609 Bridge View Dr
Rapid City, SD
 
Black Watch Inc
(605) 341-8787
4447 S Canyon Rd
Rapid City, SD
 
A Plus Systems A Plus Security Inc
(605) 388-0925
2650 Jackson Boulevard
Rapid City, SD
 
M & T Fire & Safety
(605) 627-5165
111 Kasan Ave
Volga, SD
 
Smith's Fire Extinguisher
(605) 224-7019
301 E Missouri Ave
Pierre, SD
 

Glass Break Sensors

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Acoustic glassbreak sensors use an omnidirectional microphone that hears the sound of breaking glass. Some sensors even draw their electrical energy from the motion of the breaking glass itself. They can also detect sudden shockwaves of a breaking object such as glass or a door being kicked in. In this case, it is the shockwave of the breaking glass, not the sound itself that is being detected.

Dual technology sensors combine PIR and microwave infrared technology to improve security effectiveness and to avoid false alarms. False alarms can occur when normal occupants of a room drop a glass or drop something on the floor, which could set off glassbreak alarms. Jingling keys or radio broadcasts mimicking breaking glass may set them off as well. New glassbreak sensors are incorporating additional infrared sensors which helps minimize the occurrence of false alarms.

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