Cameras built into your alarm sensors capture images of intruders.
Imagine that someone sets off an alarm sensor in your home. With iMageAlarm you will still get a call to your mobile phone, but you will also receive an email with a short video visual verification clip (with sound) so you will be able to see, and hear what has actually happened via a camera in the sensor.
This makes it so much easier to check why the alarm has gone off – giving you peace of mind if it’s a false alarm and enough evidence to call out the police if it’s not.
With iMageAlarm you can have multiple Wireless Digital PIR Detectors each with its own Integrated Camera (see picture).
The camera covers the same field of view as the detector. The detector is typically installed to cover entire rooms, hallways, stairways and other areas where camera viewing is needed. When the alarm system is armed and the PIR sensor detects movement, the detector activates the camera and sends an alert to the control panel.
The control panel not only calls you to let you know your alarm has gone off but if you have a smart phone like an iPhone or Android you receive the picture on your phone. See brief video clip of a real-life sequence.