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Property Management starts with safety

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Apr-2019 15:51:00 / by Rob Brown posted in Safety and security industry insight

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Approximately 60% of convicted burglars stated the presence of a security system influenced their decision to target another home, according to a report by the University of North Carolina.  Therefore, owners of residential or commercial property portfolios should invest in protecting them against theft.  Here we look at the traditional and modern home security systems that are available to landlords and property managers – and examine their portable power requirements.

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Do you recommend the best smoke alarm battery?

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Jan-2019 15:49:00 / by Rob Brown posted in Safety and security industry insight

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In our previous blog, we discussed how ‘dead batteries caused 24% of all smoke alarm failures in 2015’, which means that Fire Protection Groups and Fire Departments must be cautious when recommending the best batteries.  Many factors must be considered, from high performance to longevity.

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RFID can help OEMs to ensure Medtech authenticity

[fa icon="calendar'] 27-Sep-2018 20:12:00 / by Rob Brown posted in Safety and security industry insight

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In 2017, approximately $500,000 worth of counterfeit medical devices were seized from a record 123 countries. For hospitals, this means there is an increasing need to ensure the authenticity of Medtech, as sub-standard products may not have the safety and reliability needed for life critical applications.  For OEMs, ensuring the hospital is only using genuine parts in their Medtech can help to protect against false warranty claims

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Power the security revolution with thin cell batteries

[fa icon="calendar'] 04-Sep-2018 16:39:00 / by Stone Junction posted in Safety and security industry insight

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The worldwide smart home security market is expected to reach $18 billion in 2020, with smart security systems becoming increasingly prevalent in people’s homes to protect against intruders, monitor entrances and detect floods. With sensors now dotted around the home, the power requirements of smart security devices have changed from traditional alarm systems.

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