Alarm systems protect commercial properties from break-in & fire

Thanks to intelligent software and hardware, alarm systems from ABUS are the ideal security manager for commercial and private use – for intrusion, fire, or other hazards. ABUS offers wireless alarm systems as well as hybrid and wired alarm systems. Protect your valuables and invest in easily upgradable solutions.

Alarm systems from ABUS: The security manager your company needs

Burglary, fires and technical faults cost the companies affected millions in damages every year. This is why you should secure your company premises or your office with ABUS alarm systems to protect yourself from following risks:

  • Theft of merchandise from showrooms and storerooms
  • Theft of computers or data storage devices and the loss of sensitive company and customer data
  • Property damage and vandalism
  • Fire, smoke gases and water damage 
  • Robberies and medical emergencies

ABUS provides two systems to protect commercial premises: the Secvest wireless alarm system to protect smaller and medium-sized buildings, and the Terxon hybrid alarm system (type MX and LX) which allows you to protect premises of any size.

Each of these systems can be used both as a burglar alarm system or fire alarm system, and as a full-fledged danger alarm system, and can be individually configured – to protect your company and your personnel. The ABUS alarm systems protect people and property, ensure that dangers are detected and reported quickly and when an incident occurs, allow an intervention to be made in time.

Detectors

ABUS detectors warn in case of two typical everyday hazards: fire and water. The focus is on two things here: convenience and safety. These simple little aids contribute to preventing ...

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Terxon wired and hybrid alarm systems

The wired and hybrid alarm systems of the Terxon series from ABUS are ideal for commercial properties of all types. Allow yourself to be convinced by the excellent price/performance ratio, ...

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