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Sirenlock for prevention of pilferage

Alarm Lock Systems : 27 July, 2009  (New Product)
Business owners can now secure themselves against the threat of petty theft and pilferage with the Sirenlock exit alarm for retail and small business premises
Sirenlock for prevention of pilferage
A major concern business owners are facing in today's uncertain economy is customer/employee pilfering and inventory level shrinkage. Now, more than ever, theft is increasing due to the rise in unemployment. Alarm Lock's cost-effective delayed egress exit alarm answers these concerns and deters acts of robbery from occurring during and after business hours.

Sirenlock Model 715 decreases the amount of stealing that takes place inside stores and prevents perpetrators from leaving unauthorized exit doors with merchandise in hand. It provides 15-30 second delayed egress and has a built-in 95db Dual Piezo alarm which when triggered alerts the authority to the scene. This easy-to-install surface mounted unit meets UL specifications and the NFPA 1012 Life Safety Code. It includes a deadbolt/deadlatch standard panic bar and an armored door cord for wiring.

For additional power and flexibility, Sirenlock Model 715 includes a Form C relay to add CCTV camera(s), smoke detector, secondary siren or remote monitoring to store fronts, side entrances and exits. In order to provide instant egress during an emergency, your delayed egress exit alarm must be connected to your existing fire system or stand-alone smoke detector.
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