Install and service all types of electronic security systems like the pros do (or should)!Whether you're a security professional who needs to know the latest technologies, or a homeowner who wants to make smart, money-saving decisions to protect your home and family, The Complete Book of Electronic Security tells you what you need to know. Bill Phillips, a world renowned security expert, has written the most comprehensive and practical guidebook available on installing, buying, selling, and troubleshooting electronic security systems. You'll find step-by-step, crystal-clear installation instructions for: Intruder and fire alarm systems Access control systems Home automation systems Closed-circuit TV And moreBill uses over 200 photos, drawings, and qat-a-glance tipsq to make the material easy to understand. For the most complete coverage possible, he also includes: Contributions from over a dozen of the world's leading security experts Practical job-findin and career-building tips A sample certification test used in the United States and Canada Advice on starting and running an electronic security business A comprehensive glossary and lists of manufacturers, suppliers, and associationsThe Complete Book of Electronic Security contains a wealth of practical information for security officers, alarm system installers, security consultants, building contractors, locksmiths, and homeowners.Written by a top security expert who knows what you would ask, and gives direct, easy-to-understand answers!... 166 news releases as promotions, 210-211, 211 nonmetallic (NM) cable, 71 normally open/normally closed (NO/NO relays, 60 nuisance ... 55 omnidirectional pickup patterns, in audio detectors, 20 open architectures: in home automation systems, 129-134 in systems ... (PIR) systems, 23 photoelectric smoke detectors, 44a45 photometer, 94 Pierce, Charlie, 111 plugs, schematic symbol for, 245, 248, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The complete book of electronic security|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Professional - 2002|