Get The Most Out of you Existing Security System

Are you one of the thousands that has an alarm system in your home or office that is not active?

Do you decide to reactivate or replace it? If you choose to reactivate, you avoid the cost of paying for installation. The equipment of an existing system is already self-contained with a central control panel somewhere in your home. Reactivating your current system is a perfectly reasonable choice and a practical one. The good news many security systems are compatible with wireless options. We can have your existing system be a hybrid system that allows you to take advantage of your pre-wired security system and add on any wireless equipment. It will keep your cost lower than if you were installing a wireless system as a whole.

We at All-Star Security will help you find out if the security hardware you currently have is functional. Aside from providing the best Security in Central Texas, we strive to save you as much money as possible by utilizing the system you already have in place whenever possible.

Identifying your Existing Security System

The easiest way to identify what you have is by looking at the most popular four systems below and see which one looks like yours. If none of the four images look familiar continue to scroll down to “Additional KeyPads” to find additional images of older model keypads.

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DSC PK 5501 Keypad

PowerSeries high-quality, slim-profile keypads achieve a clean, unobtrusive look that homeowners welcome and installers will appreciate for their easy programming and installation. The keypads feature an input/output terminal that can be programmed to operate as a zone input, programmable output or as a low temperature sensor.

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Honeywell 6150 Keypad

The 6150 alarm keypad can be used for security system control, user notifications, or activating keypad panics. Four programmable one touch feature buttons allow easy access to commonly used functions. The 6150 comes with interchangeable stickers to identify the use of the function keys once they have been programmed.

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GE Concord 4 keypad

The Concord 4 alarm control panel comes with (8) hardwired zone inputs, including a 2-wire smoke detector loop that can handle up to (20) smoke detectors. A built-in RF receiver with 96-zone capacity provides instant compatibility with the complete line of GE Security Learn Mode security sensors. Two programmable outputs can be set up to activate external devices during an alarm or other system event.

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DSC PC 5508


Additional Keypad Models

Here are some of the keypads we see encounter most frequently in Texas homes. Our All Star Security technicians are trained to work with the models you see here. If your security system is compatible our All Star Security technicians will reprogram it and activate it for you. All you pay for the basic monitoring is $14.99 a month and there is never any contract to sign.

Existing panel

Even if your system is not pictured here, we will still come out, at no charge, and take a look at what you have. An All Star licensed technician will let you know if it is compatible. We want to make sure that when we add new components to your existing system to make it a hybrid that it integrates well with your existing one. Existing systems perform more effectively when we use the best components, and everything works seamlessly together.

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Additional Security Equipment for Existing Systems

If you want to upgrade your system, or if your security system is no longer up to current codes we will offer you several options and you decide what is best for your budget.

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Qolsys IQ Panel

With a 7” touchscreen, six communication radios and a built in camera that can send disarm photos to your phone. Running on Google’s Android, the IQ Panel is intuitive and easy to use for dealers and end users.

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Control Panel

With this color touchscreen keypad, you can control and manage your home’s alarm functions as well as lighting and HVAC appliances. Severe weather alerts also show up on the screen.

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Panic Button

This emergency contact device allows you to summon local emergency first responders in Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin, Houston or San Antonio easily.

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Keychain Controller

The keychain controller is great for arming and disarming your alarm system upon exiting or entering your property. You can even program a panic alert right on this device so that you can activate your alarm remotely.

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Superswitch Takeover Module

This module allows All Star Security to convert your existing security system into your new All Star Smart Home Security System. Upgrade your older system to full home automation now!

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Vanishing Wireless Sensors

These “minimal” devices trigger on door or window contact are designed for aesthetics and are placed on the frame of a door or window of your choice.

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Recessed Wireless Door Sensor

The recessed door contact is a flexible supervised door contact. It communicates with the Control Panel using a 345 MHz wireless frequency. It also allows a multitude of applications while hiding the transmitter within a door or window frame.

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Image Sensor

Whenever the image sensor is activated, your smart home security system can send out a text or email message alert with a snapshot picture of the area. The infra-red illumination allows night pictures, and the sensor is pet friendly.

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Wireless Motion Detector

In addition to sensing motion, our smart home security system sensors detect body heat. Have a pet? These motion detectors are pet-friendly, even for heavier pets.

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Wireless Glass Breakage Sensor

Our glass breakage sensors are activated by the sound of broken glass. With enhanced dual-shatter recognition technology, the chance of a false alarm is reduced significantly.

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WaterBug® Water Sensor

In the event of a water leak in your home, our Water solution detects the leak and immediately sends an alert to your smart phone so you can take action and prevent damage. It can even shut off your water supply automatically.

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Indoor Pan/Tilt Camera

Using this impressive surveillance camera, you can view your property and remotely from the web or a smartphone. You can even move the lens up/down, and left/right to get a better look around your house while you’re away.

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Indoor Wireless Night Vision Camera

Even at night, this high-resolution indoor camera allows remote viewability via your wireless connection. These cameras are easy to add to your Smart Home Automation system.

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Outdoor Wireless Night Vision Camera

Designed for outdoor placement with a wireless connection, these high-resolution, night-vision, weatherproof cameras integrate seamlessly into the Smart Home Extra system

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SkyBell is a smart video doorbell that allows you to see, hear, and speak to the visitor at your door whether you’re at home, at work, or on the go.

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Garage Door Opener

This device allows you to automatically close your garage doors when you arm your security system, and be notified via text and/or email if the doors are opened. Have peace of mind that your home is protected while you are away.