Thoroughly Modern Security

Cutting edge security involves protecting the outdoors and the indoors, during the day and at night. Many commercial installs require system planning with a top down perspective, yet at the same time, design and implementation go from the bottom up...

Existing Honeywell analog cellular alarm radios can easily be replaced with the newest GSM GPRS technology. The dual-path technology (7845GSM) utilizes GPRS as the primary communication path with Short Message Service (SMS) as the backup communication path. GPRS is a reliable wireless communication method widely used in the cell phone market. It has a higher priority in the cellular network to minimize transmission delays and increases the amount of data that can be delivered. The GSM GPRS radio comes standard with a power supply and rechargeable battery capable of providing 24-hour backup operation.

Lastly, Honeywell’s WIN-PAK SE integrates video, access, and intrusion. The software controls and manages employee or customer access to designated or restricted areas in any business. It is ideal for areas such as office buildings, pharmacies, liquor stores, day care facilities, warehouses, restaurants, and hospitals.

WIN-PAK SE allows users to manage three separate systems through a single easy-to-use software interface, which not only saves time and money, but also improves the level of security by eliminating user code sharing. Upon placing an access card near a reader, only those users who have been granted access by the building administrator will be admitted into the facility. The same card can also be used to arm or disarm a security system. If a card is lost or stolen, it can immediately be removed from the system.
WIN-PAK SE with VISTA integration is the next generation of the WIN-PAK platform and combines industry-leading security products into a powerful, comprehensive security solution.
As a false alarm reduction tool, WIN-PAK SE with VISTA integration can prevent users from accessing a building while the system is still armed, thereby reducing false alarms. Alarms associated with intrusion and access control through the WIN-PAK SE software interface can be retrieved and reviewed. Automated reporting permits up-to-date reports on intrusion and access events hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly.