BT Redcare launched four new alarm signalling products on day one of IFSEC International 2018.
In the video below, Jim Rowatt, head of sales at the company, discusses the new products and BT Redcare’s position in the market.
The alarm signalling provider says the new systems are faster to install than previous models and feature end-to-end encryption to keep connections secure. A new customer app, meanwhile, gives users notifications and remote control and an app launched for installers simplifies the setup process.
BT Redcare also says less plastic is used in the manufacturing process, while the products consume less power.
All four new products can be used for other types of monitoring too, for instance for gas leaks or flooding.
Available to order from November 2018, the new products have been designed with customer feedback in mind, says the company.
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