All security systems work on the same basic principle of securing entry points, like doors and windows, as well as interior space containing valuables like art, computers, guns, and coin collections. Regardless of the size of your home, or the number of doors and windows or interior rooms a homeowner decides to protect, the only real difference is in the number of security components deployed throughout the home and monitored by the control panel.

Our system

Ultramodern microprocessor technology is used in the new wireless home alarm system of Spectrum. The remote access facility protects against risks of all kinds when near and way home.

The cellular communicator allows the system to transmit a signal to stored contacts in case of any intrusion or fire. By sending timely alerts, it ensures you keep the system charged at all times. Using your phone, you can even arm or disarm it. The inbuilt siren goes off on sensing a threat. All this, to provide you an assurance that your home is secured, wherever you are.

Control Panel

The control panel is the computer that arms and disarms the security systems communicates with each installed component, sounds the alarm when a security zone is breached, and communicates with an alarm monitoring company.

They typically feature a touchpad for easy programming and interaction, is where pass codes are entered to arm and disarm the system, can work on voice commands, and can be programmed to work with wireless remote controls called key fobs.

Door and Window Sensors

Door and window sensors are comprised of two parts installed adjacent to each other. One part of the device is installed on the door or window and the other on the door frame or window sill. When a door or window is closed, the two parts of the sensor are joined together, creating a security circuit.

When the security system is armed at the control panel, these sensors communicate with it by reporting that the point of entry is secure. Should a monitored door or window suddenly be opened, the security circuit is broken and the control panel interprets this as a breach of a secured zone. A high-decibel alarm is sounded and in most instances the alarm monitoring company is automatically notified.

Motion Sensors

These security components, when armed, protect a given space by creating an invisible zone that cannot be breached without sounding an alarm. These are typically used to protect rooms containing valuables, as well as areas less frequented in larger homes.

High-decibel Alarm: Loud enough for neighbours to hear, home security alarms serve a few different purposes. First, they alert the people inside the house that a problem occurred. They’re also shrill enough to send a burglar running while also notifying nearby neighbours to the situation.

Home security system includes

• A control panel, which is the primary controller of a home’s security system
• Door and window sensors
• Motion sensors, both interior and exterior
• A high-decibel siren or alarm

GSM control panel


• Hybrid control panel: 8wired & 32wireless zones
• Support up to 8 remote key fob
• Touchpad and LCD display
• Inbuilt siren
• Inbuilt Battery backup
• GSM dialler
• Speech recorder
• Android& IOS application
• Remote control and dialup/SMS configuration
• 4 numbers in emergency list
• Central monitoring system supported
• Add on repeater for longer range
• Arm and disarm the system by SMS free phone call
• Built-in loudspeaker for siren and interfacing
SMS alerts for power low battery of sensors, power failure, power recovery and low battery.