The new Secvest wireless alarm system sets standards in burglar alarm systems: ideal for retrofitting existing buildings, can be intuitively operated, and is easy to remove. Unique: mechatronic components counter intruders with mechanical resistance and simultaneously trigger an alarm.
The Secvest is probably Germany’s best-selling wireless alarm system, and with good reason: with 48 wireless zones and high-quality components, the Secvest reliably protects people and possessions. The Secvest alarm panel requires servicing just once a year.
Protection against intrusion, fire, water and emergencies – an extensive portfolio of detectors ensures your safety.
All Secvest detectors use wireless communication – and no need to lay cables during installation means no mess.
The Secvest is one of the most widely installed wireless alarm systems in Germany. It convinces with a large range of features, ease of use and an attractive price-performance ratio.
It provides you with complete protection for your home through the great diversity of components with a combination of mechanical and electronic protection:
State-of-the-art burglar alarms monitor themselves and report all incidents. These include, for example, a weak battery, outages in the wireless network, manipulation or sabotage. The alarm panel also monitors the connected components to ensure they are working correctly.
Wireless systems operate without cables and installation is clean. No messy wires are needed and walls do not need to be broken through. Installation of a wireless alarm system in a detached house usually takes just one day. Ideally, wired alarm systems are installed when the building is under construction. If you would like to retrofit an alarm, the best thing to do is contact an alarm expert, who can advise you on how best to install a system under the prevailing structural conditions.
This is not true. Alarm systems are not as expensive as you think. ABUS offers self-install starter alarm kits. However, an alarm system that is installed by an expert offers more flexibility and security. Seek advice from one of our certified technicians, and ask about the most convenient solution to suit your needs. Remember how much you have invested in your PC, television or kitchen, and just how much frustration and money an alarm system can save, when it comes to replacing stolen goods.
Arming and disarming an alarm system can be linked with modern electronic lock cylinders. This means that unlocking a door and simultaneously disarming the burglar alarm system is a simple process that happens at the turn of the key in the door lock. Locking the door with synchronous activation of the burglar alarm system works in exactly the same way. This means that you do not have to operate the alarm system separately, but it is simply integrated into your daily movements.
But you do have something that can be damaged. The damage caused by a break-in usually costs more to repair than replacing what was stolen. Victims also suffer the trauma after having been robbed. Many of our customers say that they no longer feel safe after a break-in.
Rest assured: alarm systems deter thieves. Most break-ins are carried out by opportunists. Unprotected houses with unalarmed windows and doors are an invitation to burglars. Why should thieves run the risk of being caught when they are more likely to get away with breaking into unprotected houses?
Alarm systems from ABUS are state-of-the-art and are guaranteed against malfunctions: Duplex antenna technology ensures extremely stable wireless communication between all components. Wireless alarm system transmit on a reserved frequency, which means that they are immune to external interference from baby monitors and mobile phones. Even storms do not interfere with the system. Sophisticated user concepts and reliable detectors provide additional protection against false alarms. A state-of-the-art wireless alarm system that is installed and maintained by an expert will not trigger any false alarms in 99.5 percent of cases.
A burglary attempt takes place every minute in Germany. Despite this alarming statistic, about 96 percent of all houses and apartments are not yet protected by an alarm system. According to police statistics, however, the effectiveness of alarm systems is undisputed.
In 2008, for example, the Bavarian Office of Criminal Investigations examined the effectiveness of alarm systems and security technology. The results show that 1367 break-ins were prevented. This figure is probably a lot higher, as many criminals are deterred straight away once they see that a security system is installed.
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