A security system starts with a control panel. Usually located in a closet or a basement, the control panel contains the "brains" of the security system, and essentially operates as a central computer. Various sensors connect to the control panel from locations throughout your home. If your security system is armed and the sensors detect a problem, they send signals to the control panel. The control panel automatically dials the central monitoring station, where the proper authorities are notified.
Honeywell Security’s innovative line of control panels provide you with more of what you want—the power, capacity and versatility to satisfy virtually any installation requirement from a single platform. Read more
GE Security provides security and life safety solutions for commercial and residential customers. With a modular intrusion and fire control panel from GE Security, you'll ensure your needs are being met. Read more
2GIG Technologies provide consumers with the flexibility and cost-effective technology necessary to manage their home automation and security functions from the panel's LCD touch-screen display, the Internet, or their PDA. Read more