We are able to protect your most valuable assets, at home and at work, by equipping your home or office with a state-of-the-art hardwired or wireless security system. Our security systems are designed to provide enhanced comfort, safety and convenience. All installations are performed by qualified personnel who are fully trained in both fire and security.
We provide you with the latest in technology to keep your loved ones safe.
Landline monitoring: A home phone line is required. There is a risk using your phone line to send your alarm signals, one of the biggest, is someone cutting your phone line. Also keep in mind, if your phone line is thru your internet modem, and your internet is slow there is a chance your alarm signal could be delayed. If your alarm tries to send a signal but it can't go thru, you will get an error code on your keypad but the central station will have no way of knowing until you notify them.
Digital Cellular monitoring: No home phone line is required. We would install a 4G cellular communicator that allows your alarm system to send signals thru the AT&T cellular towers. (Not affiliated with your personal cell phone.) When monitored by the cellular communicator, the AT&T cell tower checks in with your alarm system and if it does not get a response it will notify Airtronics that there might be a problem. (It keeps us in constant communication.) Also, by installing a cellular communicator you are also eligible for the remote services. For more information on cellular monitoring have a look at this informative video https://youtu.be/7pkS7tvC5_s
Total Connect Remote Service: This service allows you to arm/disarm, see recent history, etc. on your security system from anywhere in the world. You can download the app on your smart phone as well as use any computer. The remote service also allows you to install wireless cameras that you can view live as well as many other great features. To see everything Total Connect has to offer please visit their website at http://homesecurity.honeywell.com/mobile.html or have a look at this demo video https://youtu.be/5H5Dk3DpE2M .
*To login to your Total Connect account click the following link: http://www.homesecurity.honeywell.com/
Give us a call today 772-467-0097 for your FREE security estimate and monitoring prices.
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CCTV or Closed Circuit Television, is a system that allows the owner to both monitor as well as record activity on his or her property.
If you’re curious about suspicious activity or would like the convenience and security of viewing who is at your front door, then a CCTV camera system is what you need.
There are plenty of options when it comes to camera systems. When choosing cameras, it all depends on the application, if you want to see near or far, whether you prefer color or black & white, if you want them to be seen or installed covertly, and if the recording time is day / night or both. The wide selection of DVR’s & NVR's range from basic 80G hard drives to fully programmable multi-gig networkable drives with DVD rewritable capabilities. Basically, your options are endless with a CCTV camera system.
Camera technology has changed tremendously over the last few years.
-“Older” Analog systems send video over coax cables to the digital video recorder (DVR). Picture quality is a much lower resolution. They max out on resolution at 580TVL (0.4 mega pixels). Most analog systems can be upgraded to digital.
-“Newer” Digital IP systems send video as a digital stream over an IP network to the network video recorder (NVR). One of the biggest selling points in the IP system is the high resolution they offer. IP cameras are currently offering resolutions above 5 mega pixels. This high resolution gives users the ability to see pictures much more clearly as well as the ability to zoom in on video after the fact, and still have usable video. IP systems being newer technology comes with a more expensive price.
Both systems offer the ability to record your footage on a hard drive with playback features as well as remote viewing access of your system thru an app on your smartphone or computer.
A few "Did you know" fun facts about surveillance cameras:
*Security cameras have been around for longer than we may imagine. Security cameras have been available since 1942, and in use since the 1960s.
*The first security camera was installed in Germany on a V2 rocket by an engineering company. Yes, it was used not for crime prevention but to watch the launch of a rocket.
*The security camera was designed and installed by the Germans engineer Walter Bruch.
*In 1992, 20 years after Walter Bruch developed the first camera, a security camera made its appearance in Olean, New York, USA. The city installed security cameras in a business district to help fight and deter crime.
*The banking industry was the first industry to adapt security cameras – no surprise there!
*In 1996, Axis Communications released the first IP camera.
*Today, in UK and US, video surveillance cameras are used ubiquitously, but they are most prevalent in the UK. The UK has 4 million cameras, which equals to 20% of the World’s total surveillance camera installations. The UK hosts one surveillance camera for every 11 people – wow that’s a lot of cameras!
*Only 9% of consumers today own a security camera.
Yet, around 67% of burglaries can be deterred by installation a security camera.
*The average citizen appears on a security camera over 300 times a day.
*Approximately 25 million surveillance cameras are operating around the world.
*Many industries use surveillance or security camera systems to monitor areas where it is not safe for humans or entry is not possible – i.e. nuclear power plants and chemical factories – more industries could use this, aka mining.
*Criminals also use security cameras. For example near ATMs to record your PIN number and bank information or to monitor behavior – comings and goings of individuals.
SKYBELL HD WI-FI VIDEO DOORBELL
SkyBell is a high-definition video doorbell that lets homeowners enjoy new levels of security, control and convenience wherever they are in the world. Users can remotely check doorbell activity on the free Skybell HD app. and enjoy a full, two-way conversation with visitors from their iPhone or iPad. It alerts homeowners when visitors are in front of their door, whether or not the button is pressed and they can feel safe knowing they can view visitors at night with its HD full color night vision technology.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Wired power connection to an EXISTING in-home mechanical door chime 10-36 VAC, 10VA or 12 VDC with an amp rate of 0.5 to 1.0, Wi-Fi Router must be a minimum of 802.11 b/g/n, 2.4GHz and the initial set-up requires use of smartphone or tablet and a high-speed Internet connection. *Compatible with (SMARTPHONE/TABLET) Apple® iOS 8.1 or later Android™ 2.X operating system.
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Unlike conventional vacuums that can recirculate dusty air, a central vacuum system removes 100% of contacted dirt, dust, mites, pollen, animal dander and other allergens from the home.
No need to lift heavy vacuums, trip over cords or drag a portable canister around furniture causing damage. There’s only a lightweight hose that gets in all the hard to reach places – even under furniture!
A larger motor allows central vacuums to provide up to 50% more suction power than a portable vacuum.
For more information on Beam Central Vacuum products please visit www.beamvac.com.
*Here is a link to a great video on how to maintain and self service your Beam central vacuum
**Airtronics highly recommends having your central vacuum system serviced annually. Routine keeps your warranty valid and your vacuum system running for many years to come.
Structured wiring is a general term that refers to a whole-house network of audio, video, data, telephone, television, home automation or security wires. These direct lines are called “home runs” and they ensure the strongest possible connection and signal to each of your electronic devices. All of these “home runs” are run back to a structured wiring enclosure so that all of the wiring in your home can be found in one location and all wires can be labeled.
If you are building a home, future wiring can add thousands of dollars to the value of your home. In a good wiring plan all wires are run to a central location and it’s best to do this while the home is being built. This has several advantages. First, if there is a problem in the connection you only need to look at the two ends. You don’t have to remember and check everywhere that the wire passes through. It also gives you the ability to run extra wires for future use.
There are many steps to the process of building a home. It is crucial that first step towards integrating your home is a properly designed structured wiring system. We understand the importance of designing home systems for the lifestyles of today and preparing them for the lifestyles of tomorrow.
A structured wiring system is more than just a random set of cables run throughout the house, but rather is a systematically designed package which is installed by very stringent guidelines.
Our structured wiring packages are designed to bring together each subsystem into one fully automated system — while accommodating upgrades.
We offer a wide range of intercom packages designed to provide effortless communication. We take into account design and style considerations by installing attractive face plates that blend into a home decor.
Communicate in your home like never before. Whether you are broadcasting to everyone that supper is ready or simply using the selective call feature to give an individual a detailed message, you can do so with ease.
The intercom systems we install are simple and user friendly. At the same time, they are fully capable of integrating with other systems such as a whole house audio system.
All-In-One remote controls provide all in one controlling of all your audio components.
The Pro24.r is the pure essence of style and simplicity. A dazzling LCD touchscreen display and fully programmable hard buttons assure intuitive control. Compromising quality is no longer necessary even for basic control.
For more information on Pro Control All-In0-One Remote Controls please visit http://procontrol.com/.
Over the last several years, the demand has grown for centrally located systems that distribute both audio and video to rooms in your home or business. Listen to different music and watch different video sources from one easy-to-use system.We are well-equipped to offer multi-room audio/video designed to deliver crystal-clear audio and high-definition video throughout your home or office at an exceptional value.
Our systems allow our clients to spend more time relaxing, and less time hassling with complicated audio/video systems. An easy-to-operate user interface provides one-touch control over the entire system.
Experience the thrill of owning a state-of-the-art home theater at an affordable price. Never before has the concept of a home theater been so real and achievable.The products that make up a home theater are experiencing price wars which has dramatically reduced the overall cost of our custom home theater packages, greatly benefiting our most valued customers.
From the Simple to the Extravagant, we will work with you to design the theater of your dreams.
HDMI, 1080p, Plasma, LCD, 5.1 or 7.1, etc. Are these terms you should be familiar with? Not necessarily... but they are still each very important to the setup of today’s entertainment rooms.That’s exactly why we are here to help. With technicians educated on the very latest in audio and video technology, we are well equipped to meet your Media Room needs.
Whether your looking for an aestetic seemless install of a large LCD over the fireplace or simply wanting that perfect surround sound experience, we are the one to call. Television size, speaker setup, component capabilities, remote programming, and more are all taken into account to deliver the Media Room that will blow you away.
We have designed a variety of different theater packages for almost every budget so even the entertainment enthusiasts can experience the thrill of a cutting-edge theater system.
Over the last several years, the demand has grown rapidly for multi-room audio in homes and businesses.
Studies have shown that music can make us more productive and reduce stress. Music is also immensely effective for creating a desired atmosphere or ambiance.
You can easily access online music services, Internet radio or your own digital music library at the touch of a button. Changing what plays where and adjusting volume is a simple process that can be achieved from any control panel on the system.
We have created state-of-the-art home and business automation packages to place you on the cutting edge of systems control.
We offer a variety of touch-screen control systems. They allow unprecedented control over each subsystem. The design of the system allows you to manage every one of your systems from a user-friendly interface that displays important information.
Also, our touch panels display weather forecasts and conditions as well as other critical information.
What is a wireless access point?
A wireless access point (often referred to as a WAP) is a piece of equipment that enables you to connect devices which have wi-fi access to your wired network. Some wireless access points are integrated into a wireless router, but standalone ones are usually connected to a router via a wired Ethernet connection to provide access to the network using radio frequency links to enable other devices to access the wired connection.
Most homes only require a wireless router, which will usually have a wireless access point built into it, to provide wi-fi throughout an average-sized house. However, additional wireless access points are used in places such as offices, schools or other larger spaces, where there could be a number of devices trying to access a network as the use of access points negates the need for cables and wires to be run throughout the building.
The limits of a wireless access point
A single, standard access point is capable of communicating with up to 30 different clients over a distance of around 103 meters. However, these are maximums, and usually, there will be limitations to these imposed by the placement of the wireless access point, the structure and design of the building or area in which it is located and the presence of other devices which may interfere with its signal. Other factors which can affect the efficacy of a signal include the weather, the type of antenna used and the power output of the devices used. The range of an access point can be extended using repeaters to increase the radio signal or reflectors which allow the signal to be bounced around within the target area.
Are Wireless Router & Wireless Access Point the Same?
The answer is no. A router can be an access point but an access point can’t be a router. A router is able to provide WiFi access and has an Ethernet switch built in, while an access point is to connect the wired Ethernet LAN to WiFi devices.
Nowadays, wireless network is everywhere around us saving a lot of troubles for managing cable mess. A wireless router is often enough for family use since the coverage is limited. However, if you need to build up wireless network in large areas, wireless access point is always necessary.
Wi-Fi and internet are two different things.
For years now, the term Wi-Fi has often been synonymous with access to the internet. Most of us use "Wi-Fi" as a shortcut to mean our home broadband internet connection. And when you're traveling, free Wi-Fi is understood as free internet since that's the only reason you use Wi-Fi when out and about.
Among other things, knowing the difference between Wi-Fi and internet connections can help you troubleshoot problems at home, purchase the right equipment for your network, and most importantly, understand the risk of using a free Wi-Fi network.
Wi-Fi is simply an alternative to network cables as a way to connect devices of a local area network (LAN). Prior to Wi-Fi the only way to connect devices together was to run physical network cables between them, which can be inconvenient. Wi-Fi allows devices to connect to one another the same way as when network cables are used, just without the actual cables. A Wi-Fi network is basically a wireless local network.
The owner of the Wi-Fi network is in total control. She can change the name of the network, the password, the number of connected clients, allowing them to exchange data with one another or not, and so on. Even the Wi-Fi router or access point itself can be changed or turned on or off any time.
A home Wi-Fi network, which is almost always hosted by a router, is independent from the internet. Meaning that any devices on the network can always work with one another to share and back up data, print, stream local media and so on. A connection to the internet, however, enables them to also access internet-based services, such as Skype, Netflix, news, Facebook, Twitter and other services.
To connect a home Wi-Fi network to the internet, the router needs to be connected to an internet source, such as a broadband modem, via its WAN port. When this link is complete, the Wi-Fi signal of the local network will also provide a connection to the internet for any device connected to the network. So, Wi-Fi is just one way to bring the internet to a device. And this also explains why sometimes your Wi-Fi signal is at full strength, yet you still can't access the internet.
Generally known as the wide area network (WAN), the internet connects computers from around the world. In reality, the internet actually connects many local networks together, via a ton of routers. With the internet, your home local network is no longer secluded but becomes part of one giant worldwide network.
The internet connection is generally beyond the control of the users. Other than turning it on or off, the only other thing you can do is pay for the desired connection speed and hope you get what you pay for. Internet speed has progressively increased in the last decade. Ten years ago, a fast, residential broadband connection generally capped somewhere between 1.5Mbps to 20Mbps; now it's between about 50Mbps to 150Mbps and even faster.
That said, most of the time, the speed of the internet is still slower than that of a wired local network, which is either 100Mbps or 1,000Mbps. For a Wi-Fi network, the speed of the local network depends on the standards used by the Wi-Fi router (or access point) and the connected clients, and can sometimes be slower than a fast broadband wired internet connection.
What does this imply?
Just because you have Wi-Fi doesn't necessarily mean you have internet access. Also, having a strong Wi-Fi signal doesn't always translate into fast internet speed. In fact, to know how fast your internet speed is, in most cases, you need to test it independently from Wi-Fi.
That said, keep in mind that if you use Wi-Fi to share the internet, then it's the internet speed that you want. In this case, Wi-Fi is just the vehicle that carries internet to your device. This means if all you care about is a full Wi-Fi signal, then you're missing the point. Take Wi-Fi extenders, for example. These devices wirelessly extend the coverage of an existing Wi-Fi network. Each time the Wi-Fi signal is extended, there's a 50 percent signal loss. This means if you have a few Wi-Fi extenders, by the time the signal gets to the device you're using, there's not much "internet" left for a fast, stable connection. The best way to extend your Wi-Fi network is use multiple access points that connect to the main routers via network cables. If running cables is not an option, then be sure to have no more than one Wi-Fi extender in a network.
Most importantly, when you're connected to an unknown Wi-Fi network (such as one you see popping up on your phone or laptop when you travel), keep in mind that because you need to access their router to get on the internet, the owner of that Wi-Fi network can potentially see all the information you're sending and receiving, including usernames and passwords. That said, when using free Wi-Fi, unless you're accessing a secure website (one in which the address, or url starts with https) don't type in any sensitive information. Better yet, refrain from doing any online banking using free Wi-Fi. Also keep in mind that public Wi-Fi from known entities, such as an airport or an office, is generally more secure than a Wi-Fi network at a random cafe. An open Wi-Fi network, one that requires no password or agreement of terms of service to use, is the most risky.
A modern computer network begins by designing a wiring infrastructure that allows all subsystems to integrate fully and easily. The next step is the proper running and termination or all those cables. Lack of knowledge or care in these two important areas can slow your state of the art network to a snails place. We have the training, tools and test equipment to make sure you get all the speed you’re paying for.
We present a broad range of the best audio components for enjoying the music you love. Our selection dedicated to sound reproduction include some of the highest performing products out there. Let us help you choose the right audio components that will offer you excellent sound quality, suit your decor and be simple to operate. We can design any system to fit every application, taste and budget.
We offer state-of-the-art lighting control systems specifically for homes and businesses. Lighting control systems provide energy savings and peace of mind by allowing you to control a wide variety of lights using intelligent switch communication. Our advanced lighting control system offers increased security by allowing you to setting up time-based schedules.
An energy management system allows you to monitor and control your energy consumption of the air conditioner, the lights, electronics, and some large appliances giving you a detailed history as well as an accurate real time analysis so you know exactly what to expect the next time you get the bill in the mail.
Even more than just managing what you are using you can also monitor the energy that is being created by your solar power, solar thermal or hydrogen fuel cell. Managing your energy is no longer just trying to use less, but its also working to become energy independent one day.
Outdoor lighting is probably one of the most beneficial features you can add to your property. Along with making your home safer, it can provide aesthetic appeal not only outside, but also from inside your home. It creates a comforting environment rather than a black canvas while on a very low cost per light basis.
Backyards, patios and pools have been the technologically neglected part of the home for too long, but have been an integral part of entertaining, especially in the summer. With new advances in outdoor technology, you can now bring the comfort, enjoyment and sounds from indoors to your patio and pool areas!
Enhance your business meeting with a state of the art conference room. We are able to seamlessly integrate the various systems of an automated conference room, from projectors to lighting to video & audio conferencing and overall control of the entire integrated system. We also take into account the time sensitive nature of your project given your company’s daily operations and coordinate with other contractors to make a smooth process.
With motorized shading solutions, you can easily raise the shades to add sunlight, or lower them to reduce heat buildup and add instant privacy. Shades can be preset to automatically open and close during a specific time a year, effectively controlling sunlight to prevent harsh U/V rays from damaging expensive furnishings. Or if you prefer, you can simply push a button to adjust them when you want, achieving the greatest beauty and efficiency in each room at all times.
We can design and install affordable restaurant audio and video systems that are easy to control. Our restaurant and bar a/v installations will take your business to the next level and help increase your earnings by keeping your customers ordering food and drinks while being entertained by their favorite sports teams on beautiful video displays. Excellent audio helps set the tone you want and gives you the ability to create different atmospheres at different times. Control music and lights with programmable background systems for single or networked multiple locations.