Intruder Alarms provides a definitive and fully up-to-date guide to the specification, systems design, integration, installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems. It has been written to be the essential handbook for installation engineers and security professionals working in this rapidly expanding and developing area.
The third edition includes new material on systems integration, digital systems, wireless and remote signalling technologies, and electrical safety.
The revision has brought coverage fully in line with the new European standards (EN50131 / BS EN 50131-1), with their implications summarised in a new appendix. The coverage has also been carefully matched to the requirements of the new Knowledge of Security and Emergency Alarm Systems from City & Guilds (1852).
- An hugely popular practical guide for installation engineers and security professionals now in its third edition
- Essential reading for managers responsible for the commissioning and maintenance of security alarm systems
- Third edition is fully matched to the new European standards (EN50131 / BS EN 50131-1)
- Coverage meets City & Guilds specifications for the new 1852 Security Alarm course
Security alarm installers and systems designers (commercial and domestic), vocational students (UK: City & Guilds 1852), managers involved in the specification and implementation of physical security solutions.
1. Intruder Alarm Systems 1.1 A complementary part of the security industry 1.2 European Standards Euro Norms (EN). EN50131 1.3 Security grading 1.4 Standards, codes of practice and regulations 1.5 ACPO Security Systems Policy and response organizations 1.6 Local authority requirements 1.7 The installation and servicing company
2. Intruder Alarm System Circuitry 2.1 Detector circuits 2.2 Line-monitoring devices 2.3 The electromagnetic relay 2.4 Power circuits 2.5 Control circuits
3. Intruder Alarm Detection Devices 3.1 Protective switches 3.2 Continuous wiring 3.3 Glass break detectors 3.4 Deliberately operated hold up devices 3.5 Beam interruption detectors 3.6 Movement detectors 3.7 Inertia and vibration detectors 3.8 Capacitive detectors 3.9 Acoustic detectors 3.10 Futuristic detection features 3.11 Perimeter intruder detection systems (PIDS)
4. Power Supplies 4.1 Primary supply 4.2 Secondary supplies 4.3 Power supply requirements 4.4 Ancillary duties 4.5 Power supply considerations
5. Intruder Alarm Control Equipment 5.1 Control panel system facilities 5.2 Control panel detector circuit facilities 5.3 Conventional connection details 5.4 Ancillary control equipment 5.5 Intelligent device, mulitplex, data bus networks and addressable systems 5.6 Voltage surges and induced electroma
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- 31st January 2007
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Gerard Honey is an experienced international installer and well known author within the electrical and electronic security and safety areas. He is married with two grown up children and spends part of his time in the north of England, the remainder working abroad. He promotes a healthy lifestyle and swims and cycles on a regular basis, but has an interest in most other sports also - particularly football. Gerard Honey is practical and sees all installations in real terms as he understands technical limitations and working problems.
Experienced systems installer, Durham, U.K.