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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.