Alarm system

Alarm system

Alarm system

First published in Letters by

FOR less than £300 per 200 metres, an early-warning infra-red alarm beam can be set up which phones five separate numbers immediately the beam is broken by someone crossing through it.

For example: York CCTV, police, fire, ambulance or river rescue boat could be rung while someone was contemplating doing something silly but before they even got wet.

Deployment could be timed between 11.30pm and 5am with warning signs and fines to deter pranksters.

I found this information by Googling infra-red security beams.

Kevin J. Ward, Lindsey Avenue, York.

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3:06pm Wed 23 Jul 14

Pinza-C55 says...

"with warning signs and fines to deter pranksters."
Yes that would really work.
And I don't think infra red beams can distinguish between geese and people?
"with warning signs and fines to deter pranksters." Yes that would really work. And I don't think infra red beams can distinguish between geese and people? Pinza-C55
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