Alarm control unit/panel (switchboard). The main unit is mounted in a dedicated housing/box together with a backup/buffer battery guarantying operation of the system during power outages. The housing is equipped with an anti-tamper switch connected to the dedicated input of the panel. If the system is not put in the service mode, any attempt to open the case ends up triggering an alarm. The control panel monitors the proper operation of all the equipment installed in the system. It collects information from the sensors, keypads, anti-tamper circuits, detects any faults in the wiring, and in the event of an irregularity, switches on optical and acoustic signaling. If the control panel is equipped with a communication module, it can notify the user or a security company about the alarm action. Any interference in the system will not go unnoticed, being stored the memory of the unit. During the selection of an intruder alarm control panel, one should pay particular attention to the number of inputs, outputs (high and low current), and system expandability options (if ever needed in the future
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