Chinavasion launches smart home security alarm systems at wholesale prices

Chinavasion expanded Thursday into the smart home security alarm systems market with a new range of products following demand from ‘do-it-yourself’ homeowners who are operating on a budget.

The Internet of things has made smart home security systems a dependable way to monitor a property from almost anywhere on the globe. These security systems allow remote monitoring and control of a number of detectors such as door sensors, surveillance cameras, sirens, smoke/gas detectors, temperature, humidity and water sensors, from a smartphone.

Most smart home security alarm systems come with enough components for a small apartment and include a control panel, window / door sensor and PIR motion detection sensor. They typically allow for up to 100 sensors to be added so everything from single room apartments to the largest of mansions can be comprehensively monitored.

Due to great affordability China wholesalers, Chinvasion report a considerable rise in the demand for smart home alarm products and now sports a growing of options for DIY alarm consumers.

“The ability to build a system for you own particular needs means users get exactly what they are looking for and can easily add extra sensors as those needs change,” said Rose Li, PR Manager at Chinavasion. This means that consumers can get an affordable starter pack and can then slowly add extra sensors as and when required.

Another attraction of wireless smart home security systems is the ease of setup, allowing most consumers to do all the installation themselves. “As the majority of sensors don’t require any cabling, there’s no need for expert installation, complicated cabling or expensive setup fees, so these do-it-yourself alarms setups are ideal for homeowners on a budget as they can be easily installed, upgraded and maintained,” Li added.

Unlike many alarms the majority of the smart home security systems are not connected to an independent monitoring station, and for that reason these kits will typically have no monthly subscription fees. In case any of the sensors are triggered, the system can send out notifications via the associate smartphone app or with an SMS message.

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