There is a shift in the security industry to Cellular Monitoring. It is now becoming the main way to send signals, from your security system to the central station. Until now, it has been used as a back-up system for a regular phone line. It was triggered when a landline failed. This can be as a result of power loss or because of a break in a line. Currently, 25% of American households no longer have a landline. People are switching to cell phones as their only source. This trend is expected to continue. As more people eliminate their landline, Cellular Monitoring has become more used. As a result, it is emerging as the new standard for home security solutions.
Cellular Monitoring allows a security system to talk with the central station. This occurs even when a landline fails. Cellular Monitoring operates on its own channel. When an event occurs, the system sends a secure wireless signal to the central station.
The greatest benefit is that it is reliable. If hard-wired phone lines are disrupted your system will still be able to transmit a signal.
An additional benefit of Cellular Monitoring is ease of installation. Because the system is wireless, there is no need for drilling and re-wiring.
Cellular technology also allows for remote management of your home. You can access your security system, from anywhere in the world. This can be done through apps from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. There are many benefits to using smart home technologies . For example, here are just a few:
Remote Arm & Disarm
Remote Lock & Unlock
Live Video Streaming
Real Time Alerts Via Text
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