Visual and Aural Alarms

To meet contemporary health and safety requirements installed fire alarms have to include both audio and visual warning methods. Centralised control and monitoring systems feature fault location circuits with the provision for routine testing (as required by law). For large premises with separate buildings, unique fire zone warning systems are available.

Audio Fire Alarms


Mechanical Bells


Electric Siren


Piezo-Electric Buzzer

Visual Fire Alarms


Rotating Lamp Beacon


Pulse Fade Lamp


Interval Flash Strobe

Intruder Alarms

Intruder alarms systems, like fire alarms systems, range from simplistic to highly articulate. The defining premise of audible intruder alarms is to notify the region that an event is taking place and to disturb and disorientate criminals disuading them from performing further activities.

More complex systems feature a combination of intruder detection systems.

Methods of intruder detection

Pressure surfaces

Laser beam trip detection

Magnetic switches

Microwave detectors

PIR motion detectors

Intruder Audio Alarms


Bell alert system


Electro mechanical horn

Silent Intruder Alarms


Non-Audio remote alarms

Intruder Alarm Systems

If you would like to find out more about intruder alarm systems, intruder risk assessments, related security system upgrades and installations please click on the button below.

How Can Neuro Systems Help?

Our highly trained team will make sure that your business meets all of the requirements imposed by EU legislation, BS 5839 standards, your insurance company, and your local Fire Officer. We have over 25 years of experience in installing and maintaining fire alarm systems for businesses and organisations across the East Midlands.

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