Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Honeywell 5870 API Wireless Asset Protector perfect solution to protect X-Box 360, Wii, and Flat Screen Televisions
Honeywell has created another break through in their already high quality alarm devices. On March 26, 2009 the company issued a press release introducing the new 5870 wireless asset protection module. This device protects against larceny and theft of electronics such as flat screen televisions, game systems like the X-box, Wii, and Playstation 3 as well as gun cases, paintings and safes, even when the security system is not armed. The 5870 Asset protector employs an accelerometer that detects movement and can be programmed to call the monitoring facility as well as a security guard, if used in a commercial setting. The 5870 is a fully supervised security device complete with a tamper switch and low battery monitoring. This new device is compatible with the Vista series alarm panels that have a compatible wireless receiver. The 5870 is also compatible with the Lynx-RN and Lynx-P series wireless alarm panels.
According to Honeywell the 5870 API Wireless Asset Protector is the first device they have designed that specifically addresses larceny and adds to the existing level of security that is already in place. I recently spoke to a woman that had a problem with an older child stealing from her. This woman suspected that her child stole $1600. With the purchase of a strong box that is sufficiently locked and the 5870 asset protection device she now has a level of security that previously was unavailable to her. The 5870 is a godsend in the detection of unforced entry burglaries. When combined with camera surveillance the 5870 provides a devastating one-two punch against one of the most difficult crimes to curtail. The 5870 asset protector is reasonably priced at under $100 per unit. Additional information is available at www.security.honeywell.com. North Carolina residents interested in installing an alarm system or upgrading a system that is three or more years old can call 919-949-9690 or go to http://whensafetymatters.com.