Security alarm system
THE Dindima Group has released the SuperSleuth Minder System for the protection of vacant properties, building sites and restricted access areas.

The system is said to be easy to install, requiring no power or telephone cabling. It is entirely self contained which makes is said to make it easy to transport from one location to the next.

When the system is installed, the passive infra red detector monitors for any intrusion. On detection of an intrusion, the infra red illuminators and the intelligent camera are powered on.

The camera analyses movements in the specified area and, on confirmation of movements, starts taking images with time and date. It then dials out via the mobile network and sends the images to a receiver.

Images can be relayed by MMS to a mobile phone and /or emailed.

The incidence of false alarms is said to be negligible as any alarm is first detected by the PIR based on body heat and then confirmed by video motion detection with the camera.

If video motion is not detected, the camera goes back into the sleep mode to conserve power.

Typically, the battery in the Minder System will last over a year, but six monthly changeover is recommended.

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