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    Burglar Alarm Systems & Equipment in Myrtle Beach

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    Business Listing   Advantage Alarms - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 445-2995

    Business Listing   Security Alarm Services - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 238-1330

    Business Listing   Security Concepts - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 444-8311

    Business Listing   Titan Technologies - Myrtle Beach, SC - Phone: (843) 445-6313

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    Helpful Definition for: Burglar Alarm Systems & Equipment

    'Burglar Alarm System' is a loud warning signal producing device that is tumbled off by the occurrence of a burglary in Myrtle Beach. This alarm system signals the occurrence of some undesirable event. This type of alarm system is mainly of two types; they are 'Home burglar alarms' and 'Industrial burglar alarm' systems. In these alarms, the sensors are connected to a control unit through low-voltage wiring which is used to interact with a response device. One of the common security sensors that is utilized to indicate the opening of a door or window or detect any motion is the Passive Infrared (PIR). The PIR is a common detector found mostly in household and small commercial setups in Myrtle Beach because it offers inexpensive and reliable functionality.

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