Security Sensors

Security sensors such as gas detection sensors, water leakage sensors, door/window sensors, and motion sensors are critical components of a home security system. Here's a brief overview of each type of sensor:

Gas detection sensors:
These sensors detect the presence of dangerous gases, such as carbon monoxide and natural gas, in your home. They can provide an early warning of a gas leak and help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning and other gas-related accidents.

Water leakage sensors:
These sensors detect water leaks and floods in your home, helping you avoid costly water damage. They can be placed near water heaters, washing machines, and other appliances that are prone to leaks.

Door/window sensors:
Smart door locks allow you to create unique access codes for different people, so you can control who has access to your home or business and when.

Motion sensors:
These sensors detect movement in your home and can be used to trigger alarms. They are typically placed in areas of your home where an intruder is likely to enter, such as hallways and entryways.