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Homes are supposed to be safe, but unfortunately this is not always the case - a fact we have been reminded of by occasional tragic news. People cannot help but wonder: Why do these tragedies happen? Is there anything that can be done to prevent them from happening?

These questions can be answered by Dahua’s new alarm kits, DHI-ART-ARC5402A-GW-06-A35 and DHI-ART-ARC5402A-GW-10-A35-C35, which are capable of providing solid protection to all families. The following are some of their feature highlights.

Airfly Communication Technology

Based on radio frequency of 433/868/915MHz, Airfly is private wireless communication technology, a two-way communication that is safer than one-way communication, offering 128-bit AES fully encrypted wireless communication with dynamic key.

4.3-inch TFT Screen

Dahua’s 4.3-inch TFT screen (480*272 resolution), has a design convenient to install and easy to control.

ARC5402A-GW Video Alarm Control Panel

ARC5402A-GW, the video alarm control panel that is the “brain” to Dahua’s alarm system, boasts functions such as alarm information collection, alarm output and linkage control, PSTN alarm reporting, alarm SMS, audio message, IPC surveillance, video recording and playback.

Alarm Panel Features

Besides the aforementioned, the whole system supports up to 32 wireless zones, 2 wired zones, 8 remote controls, 4 wireless sirens, 1 wired siren and 1 wired PGM output; Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11), PSTN, GSM and TCP/IP,RFID reader (that allows you to arm or disarm without password) and the backup battery (3.7V/1900mAh, Li-ion).

Combined, Dahua’s alarm system works in a stable and low energy consuming manner, alerting the user to any signs of threats and providing them with a full range of options to respond.

Dahua’s new alarm system
is designed to enhance
home safety by alerting homeowners to abnormal events and providing visual verification

Application areas

Shops: Shops contain many goods and people, which means there is a lot at stake when it comes to security. Dahua’s alarm system can push alarm message on a smart phone- and the user can access video through the App—DMSS.

Villas: Villas are usually isolated, which means if there is any emergency in the villa, outsiders usually can’t come to help in time. In addition, villas can contain a large amount of space, often disproportionate to the number of people living there. Users will need wireless door/window contacts and PIR to detect intrusion and threats from outside.

Apartments: When no one is in the apartment, such as family holidays or weekdays, if a burglar broke in, the door contact would be triggered by the movement and send an alarm signal to the panel, which will then inform the host about the alarm through app-DMSS or short message. Also, when a burglar enters the detection area of the PIR (Passive Infrared) detector, another alarm will be triggered.

Dahua’s new alarm system is designed to enhance home safety by alerting homeowners to abnormal events and providing visual verification. Airfly encrypted 2-way wireless communication technology allows this system to be conveniently installed anywhere and as a result, more homes could be protected by these alarm systems.

With its mission of “Enabling a Safer Society and Smarter Living”, Dahua will continue to focus on “Innovation, Quality, and Service”, to serve partners and customers around the world.

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