Alarm systems

Give your security worries the slip

Get an alarm you can trust. Our standard home and business alarm systems start from $799, fully installed, and are made up of:

  • an alarm panel and keypad
  • two infrared sensors
  • an internal and external siren

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First, choose your alarm system

Your alarm panel and keypad make up the heart of your alarm system. All of our alarm systems let you:

  • Designate rooms/zones which you can alarm individually
  • Turn the alarm on and off remotely using your phone
  • Connect compatible smoke detectors to your alarm
  • Isolate areas at night (such as bedrooms) while keeping the rest of the property alarmed
  • Create user codes for staff, family, tradespeople or cleaners and assign them different permissions, such as letting someone set the alarm but not deactivate it.
  • Set up alarm monitoring and receive alerts when your alarm is triggered.

When we install your alarm, we’ll set up all of the zones and user codes you need to get up and running. We’ll also show you how to use your alarm so you feel comfortable and confident doing it on your own.

Micron Scorpion Z4120C

Classic alarm panel
that gets the job done

  • Four zones
  • Suitable for remotes
  • Panic button to trigger entire alarm system
  • Medical and fire alert options if you’re alarm is monitored

See full specs and user manual for Micron Scorpion Z4120C.

Micron Z8020

Advanced alarm panel
for larger properties

  • Eight zones
  • Suitable for remotes
  • Split your alarm into two systems that can be managed separately - good if you have a sleep-out, shed or office attached to the main property.
  • Panic button to trigger entire alarm system
  • Medical and fire alert options if your alarm is monitored

See full specs and user manual for Micron Z8020.

Paradox 5050

Premium alarm panels
with wireless capability

  • 10+ zones
  • Suitable for remotes and sensors
  • Split your alarm into two systems that can be managed separately - good if you have a sleep-out, shed or office attached to the main property.
  • Panic button to trigger entire alarm system
  • Medical and fire alert options if your alarm is monitored

See full specs and user manual for Paradox 5050 and Micron Meridian.

You’ll need a sensor that pays close attention

We can guide you on how many sensors you’ll need for your home or business and recommend where to put them.

Motion Sensor

Passive infrared sensor

  • Highly sensitive motion sensor that detects changes in temperature (such as body heat)
  • Wide angle, 120-degree lens
  • Covers areas up to 15 square metres
Motion Sensor

Pet-friendly motion sensor

  • Good for small cats and dogs that don't leap about
  • 110 degree lens
  • Covers areas up to 14 metres
Glass Detector

Glass break sensor

  • Detects if glass is shattered or broken
  • Option to control sensitivity
  • Covers large areas up to 185 square metres

Stop burglars in their tracks with an ear-popping siren

Our range of sirens will make it loud and clear burglars aren’t welcome.

Mini Siren

Mini siren

A small external siren that makes itself heard and can be programmed to produce a traditional burglar or fire alarm sound. With a light that flashes every 15 seconds, these sirens are highly visible and a great deterrent to burglars.

Teardrop

Teardrop siren

A high-pitched external siren with a powerful strobe light that flashes when triggered.

Indoor Siren

Powerful indoor siren

An unobtrusive indoor siren that's small in size but large in volume.

Add some accessories

Update or fine-tune your existing alarm system with some add-ons to give you greater protection.

See alarm accessories

Getting your alarm installed

Our team of experts can generally fit your alarm within a couple of days, no matter whether it’s for an existing home, new build or your business premises.

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Free monitoring for two months

Get a security alarm for your home or business and we'll throw in the first two months of monitoring for free when you sign up for a 12 month contract.

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