Swann Security Launches Home Series Alarm Products

Posted: Sep 28 2010, 9:18am CDT | by , in News | Hot Gadgets

Swann Security Launches Home Series Alarm Products
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New home security gear

Swann Security makes a number of cameras and other offering designed for security in the home and business world. The company has unveiled a new line of home security gear called the Home Series. The line includes a number of security products that require no monitoring.

The first of the products is a Window Alarm that has a vibration sensor and will set of a loud 110db siren when the window is opened. It sells for $9.99. A magnetic version of the same window alarm is available that has self-adhesive pads selling for $9.99 as well.

A PIR Motion Alarm monitors doors and entryways and detects movement and can either chime to let you know people are coming in and out or set off a loud alarm and sells for $24. A Magnetic Keypad Door alarm has a keypad with a code that must be entered before the door can be opened without the alarm going off, it sells for $12.99. The collection also has a Ceiling Alarm that costs $29.99 and can watch for movement in a 9-foot circle radius. The final product is a Wireless Doormat Chime that sells for $29.99 and has a 100-foot wireless range to let you know when someone steps on your doormat.

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