Home Security Daylight Savings Time – December 2012 Newsletter

Sep 15, 2016

Keeping Safety First

Over the last few months, there has been an increase in the number of home break-ins and thefts. A large majority of these break-ins are happening during the day light hours. With this in mind, we are encouraging our customers to use their security system regularly.

Many break ins happen during daylight hours and some happen while you may still be in the home. Please help to protect your family and belongings by arming your security system while you are at home.

Even if you are leaving the home for a short time it’s wise to arm your security system on a regular basis in order to help deter intruders who may attempt a break in at your home.

Daylight Savings Time Ended

Daylight Savings time ended on November 4, 2012. Many of us are still working on getting all the clocks adjusted in our homes.

Did you remember to changed your security system keypad date and time?

In many cases we do not realize our keypad time needs to be changed until its starts beeping at us telling us there is a problem.

To aid in the changing of the time on your keypads we have a included the directions below. Please note that the majority of our customers have DSC security systems. If you have different type of system, please give us a call and we can assist you in making the changes

Changing the time on your keypad can be accomplished by following these instructions. Which can also be located in your users manual.

Press *6 (master code) 1, then enter the time in a 24 hour clock format and the date in mm/dd/YY format. For convenience pur-poses you can write down the exact se-quence of numbers as demonstrated below:

*6 Mastercode (this is your for digit code) 1 1400 (2:00 pm) 120112 (date)

If you are a monitored customer of ours and would like free assistance over the phone please give us a call and we can walk you through this process step by step.

Customers who refer friends and family members to ASI for any monitored security system will receive 2 months of Free monitor-ing credited to their account for each new customer referral that has their security system locally monitored by ASI.
We recently updated our web-site. Go and check it out and let us know what you think.If there is something you would like to see that is not there, tell us and we will see about having it added.www.asinw.com

Have you considered eliminating your home phone service?
You don’t need a land line to have a security system.

Security dealers now use cellular technology to communicate with the alarm monitoring center. Not having a barrier to increasing your safety. If you are one of the many people choosing to rely on your cell phone instead of installing a traditional phone line, you need to get wirelessly protected. In the past, the lack of a phone line would mean that you could not have a security system. But today, you can.

What does it mean?

Wirelessly protected means that your security system communicates with the alarm monitoring center using a robust and secure cellular network. A cellphone-like device connected to your home security panel transmits alarm signals wirelessly to the alarm monitoring center. Wireless protection is the most reliable form of security because the communication path can’t be cut by either savvy intruders or inclement weather.

Security systems may not work reliably using a VoIP connection or digital telephone service.

If your internet router is disabled or if there’s a power outage, the alarm signal cannot be transmitted. Additionally, the alarm signals are susceptible to distortion using VoIP. Telguard’s cellular modules are designed specifically for the security industry. They provide a reliable and “always on” connection. Choose wireless protection– it operates independently and delivers the highest level of protection.

Would you like interactive service from your smart-phone?

Telguard Interactive

Telguard Interactive delivers total security system awareness anywhere, anytime. Remotely arm or disarm your system, allow specific user access and receive notifications of any alarm status change, easily and securely. Telguard Interactive tells your when your kids get home or if you alarm system was not armed when you left for work. It’s peace of mind in the palm of your hand.

Online Portal

Specifically designed for ease of use, MyTelguard.com lets you quickly enter account information, contacts, authorized users and control your security system seamlessly from anywhere on all web browsers. In a matter of minutes your system will be personalized with the information that matters to you.

On Your Phone

The Telguard Interactive app provides a sleek, clear view of your security system anytime, anywhere on today’s most popular mobile devices including the iPhone, Android and Blackberry. Now you can arm and disarm your system and receive notifications di-rectly on your phone. Experience a new level of protection when you have more control than ever before over you security system.

Please call our office at (253) 770-5570 or see our website at www.asinw.com for more information on services available for your security system.


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