Products

Access Control

Access control provides security by giving flexible control over who is allowed to enter your premise.Our Access Control System recognizes, authenticates and authorizes entry to the premise thereby ensuring ultimate protection for your premise, staff and assets. G M Securitech  specializes in Access Control System.The Access Control System not only permits entry, it also tracks and records data of Visitors and Employees through its Access Software.

 

GM Securitech  prime focus

Biometric

* Time & Attendance
* Canteen Management
* Guard Patrol System

Entrance Control

*Turnstiles
*Flap Barriers
*Parking Barrier- Boom barrier
* Swing Barrier

Inspection Product

*Handheld metal detector and door frame
* Baggage Scanners

 

Access Control Product

*Standalone
* Visitor Management
*Elevator Controller

 

Smart Lock Product

*Finger \Face\Card
* Hotel Locks

The Attendance Software can be integrated with any existing payroll software to offer you with automated, system generated Attendance System thereby saving time and resources in recording manual attendance leading to increase in productivity and profitability of your organization.

 

Biometric Access Control System
The Biometric Access Control System is a professional fingerprint access and time attendance control system. It uses fingerprint instead of card system for access. This can be widely used in confidential places for its easy installation and high security. It’s the best choice for you today, to secure your life tomorrow.
Proximity Access Control System
The proximity access control system is widely used in office, factory, bank, etc. Supporting Master and Slave solution it provides more confidential access control system, 50 kinds of time zone settings and 5 open door groups ensure you an absolute safety environment.
HOME SECURITY

Home security systems are a must in every home . Keep in mind that burglars, thieves and trespassers will not be too choosy about their targets for as long as these homes can be broken into via a window, a vent or a door.

We recommend the following for your house

*CCTV System
*IP \Analog Video Door Phone
*GSM \Landline Intrusion Alarm System
*Digital Locks Finger\Keypad
* Automated Gate
*Electrical Fencing to keep monkey’s away

 

 

 

Yale Digital Locks

 

For any kind of assistance, call us @ 7503344550 /email us info@gmsecuritech.com

Home Automation 

Home Automation is now days simplifying our life Experience the luxury of a Smart Home at the cost of a Smart Phone.

Start with what you need and expand when you have new requirements. Simple and intuitive mobile APP with amazing features to smarten your home. eGlu’s patented wireless technology with benchmark range of communication. No change to your existing electrical wiring and no breaking of your walls.One APP for all your automation needs.

 


 We are a Young Team of Energetic People working with a vision to “Reduce Pain of the Customer “. We intend to live up to this promise by delivering the right product & right solution. We gather the customer needs, understand his requirement and discuss & implement the solution in a cost effective way.

Our list of clients is the proof of our unmatched quality products and services. From providing quality products to professional services, G M Securitech is committed to provide complete safety to our customers by continuously delivering new technologies, innovative products, feasible solutions and delightful services at reasonable rates. We have always delivered consistent and satisfactory results to all our clients.

FIRE ALARM
An automatic fire alarm system is designed to detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring environmental changes associated with combustion. In general, a fire alarm system is either classified as automatic, manually activated, or both. Automatic fire alarm systems can be used to notify people to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency, to summon emergency forces aid, and to prepare the structure and associated systems to control the spread of fire and smoke.
Conventional Fire Alarm System
onventional panels have been around ever since electronics became small enough to make them viable. They are no longer used frequently in large buildings, but are still used on smaller sites such as small schools or apartments.Conventional panels usually have a small number of circuits, each circuit covering a zone within the building. A small map of the building is often placed near the main entrance with the defined zones drawn up, and LEDs indicating whether a particular circuit/zone has been activated. Another common method is to have the different zones listed in a column, with an LED to the left of each zone name.The main drawback with conventional panels is that one cannot tell which device has been activated within a circuit. The fire may be in one small room, but as far as emergency responders can tell, a fire could exist anywhere within a zone.
Addressable Fire Alarm System

Intelligent Addressable Fire alarm Systems allow the location of a fire to be precisely located from the control panel. The use of looped wiring allows the system to function normally even with an open circuit in the loop wiring. These systems offer benefits in speed of detection, identification of the location of a fire and easier maintenance. The wiring cost of system can be reduced by the use of single pair of wires for up to 200 devices to the system, allowing cost savings in the wiring of large systems.

Even if you’re not ready to take the plunge into fire alarm system design and installation just yet, you should still know the fundamentals in order to perform emergency work. This includes knowing how to disarm the control panel of a deranged system and troubleshoot the heads, pull stations, horns, and zone wiring so that the equipment goes back online, restoring fire protection for the building. Because these ailments can be frequent with older and newly commissioned systems alike, it’s important for electrical contractors to understand the basics of fire alarm systems.

Manual call point which is usually referred to as an MCP is the point in a building where a switch used manually to activate fire alarm, this requires human intervention. … Usually, they are connected to a central fire alarm panel that is connected to the building’s alarm system

 

Electronic hooters are used in fire alarm systems to alert people in case of fire. It is usually fully solid state with an audio output that is high enough for it to be heard at a distance that is not less than 50 m. The hooters generally have a facility to adjust the output volume based on the requirements on site.

Design considerations. Typically, a fire alarm system is made up of the following components:
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Initiating devices

capable of placing the system in the alarm state. These can be photoelectric smoke and heat detectors, ionization smoke detectors, heat detectors, in-duct smoke detectors, manually operated pull stations and sprinkler waterflow sensors.
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A control panel

containing programming and operating electronics and user interface, is fed by standard branch-circuit wiring and contains replaceable circuit cards — one for each zone. This includes an alphanumeric display, showing the state of the system and providing troubleshooting information, and a touchpad so that onsite personnel can silence an alarm or trouble signal, reset the system following an event, and reprogram if necessary
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Indicating appliances

whose purpose is to announce builidng occupants or at a remote location when the system enters the alarm state, such as horns, strobe lights, chimes, bells, or combination units. They are also available in weatherproof and hazardous location versions.
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Auxiliary devices

including remote annunciators with LEDs showing the state of the system, an alarm silence switch, and visual LED indication of the zone from which a fire alarm is initiated. Electromagnetic door holders (floor- or wall-mounted) are available. In case of alarm, the magnet is de-energized, allowing the door to swing shut. Later, it is reopened manually.

CCTV

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CCTV

Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. It differs from broadcast television in that the signal is not openly transmitted, though it may employ point to point wireless links. CCTV is often used for surveillance in areas that may need monitoring such as banks, casinos, airports, military installations, and convenience stores.

CCTV Camera – The clarity of the images on CCTV cameras depends to great degree on the number of TV Lines (TVL) the camera produces. As a general rule, the more TV L the better the image. Cameras with 520 TVL will produce better images than those with 420 TVL.

CCTV Lens – All CCTV cameras require an optical lens. The job of the lens is to limit and focus light onto the image sensor of the cctv camera. A lens can also automatically control the amount of light that reaches the imaging sensor, these lenses are referred to as Auto Iris (AI) lenses and are generally used outdoors where the light changes constantly during the day, at night and also in varying weather conditions.

CCTV Dome Camera – Dome CCTV Camera” is a perfect camera choice. Easy to install and very small this completely enclosed camera can be used in Hotels, public areas and in retail operations that demand minimal aesthetic intrusion. It was used in Interior circumstance with sufficient light areas it can be clearly view upto 15 feet you can identify the person with clear view in that location.

CCTV C Mount Camera – The advantage to a cctv c-mount camera is that the lens can be changed. If you need to see further than 35 or 40 ft then you’ll need a c-mount camera with a special lens. An example of where you might use a fixed 4mm lens is in a small office, or at home to focus on your driveway. A higher millimeter lens will provide further distance, but narrows the field of view.

CCTV IR Camera – Used For 24 Hours Day and Night Surveillance To view or record clearly in the minimum light we are recommending this camera for scattered light places like factories. The camera comes with minimum of 10mtr IR to maximum of 100mtr IR Distance. The Distance mentioned is to capture the image in the night time upto the specific distance but the picture clarity will be depends upon the TV Lines of the cameras.

CCTV IP Camera – A Network IP Camera is a stand-alone device which allows a user to view live, full motion video from anywhere on a computer network, even over the Internet, using a standard web-browser.

CCTV Speed Dome Camera – Speed Dome Cameras can move side to side (pan), up and down (tilt), and zoom in and out (zoom). PTZ cameras are controlled either by a remote control, joystick, or computer software.

CCTV Recording Format – The new industry standard H.264 compression technology is causing a revolution in the Video world, enabling higher quality, lower bit rates, lower system cost and new applications. New H.264 system provides the same low-latency video that has been delivered by traditional MPEG-4 based systems but with a reduction of up to 50% in bandwidth and storage requirement – or to put it another way, H.264 system can deliver significantly higher video quality for the same bandwidth – to save your internet resource (or higher transmission speed) and hard disk place also.

CCTV DVR Card – PC Based Digital Video Surveillance (DVR) PC Based Digital CCTV Surveillance systems are a reasonably new technology in the CCTV Industry. This type of Digital CCTV system works in two stages. You then install the digital cctv surveillance card and software on to your PC. This Software (or program) will allow you to view your Digital CCTV Cameras, search through previously recorded footage, backup footage to CD/DVD, control PTZ Cameras either on the PC system or remotely and much much more.

CCTV DVR – DVR is an integrated system which accommodates different combination of multiplexers, quads, video recorders and alarm controllers. This system represents a great step forwards beyond any of conventional analogue surveillance systems. The system not only performs monitoring, motion detection, alarm control and different electric/electronic devices control at the same time, but also stores images from camera into hard disk for playback later.

We have the solution to fit your requirements. Contact us for a full appraisal of how we can help you make your home or business more secure.

You want to install a CCTV Surveillance?

Installation consists of

♦ CCTV Camera depends upon Your requirement.
♦ Individual Power supply for Every CCTV Camera.
♦ CCTV DVR Card Recording means Check your computer Configuration with your Installer.
♦ CCTV DVR Recording is recommendable for the places viewing through lan connectivity and the customer needs more importance on the recorded data.
♦ Dvr will not comes with Hard Disk you want to select the Hard Disk Drive depends upon your back up days and Format. H.264 Compression is recommended.
♦ Wiring if its less than 100mtrs from Dvr to CCTV Camera CCTV 1+3 Cable is recommendable.
♦ Wiring More than 100mtrs to 300mtrs from DVR to CCTV Camera RG6 with Power Cable is recommendable.
♦ Wiring More than 300mtrs to 1000mtrs from DVR to CCTV Camera CAT5 Cable with UTP Video Transceiver is recommendable.
♦ You need Static IP for remote monitoring from anywhere from the world.
♦ Installation Charge

Our Surveyors need to visit your Place only to assess the design of the CCTV Video Surveillance that will best fit your needs and give you a competitive quote – not to try and make a sale there and then. We work hard to maintain our high reputation and this is evident by the fact that a lot of our sales come from other customers’ recommendations.

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Access Control

Access control provides security by giving flexible control over who is allowed to enter your premise and when. Our Access Control System recognizes, authenticates and authorizes entry to the premise thereby ensuring ultimate protection for your premise, staff and assets.

ASI specializes in Access Control System, after all we were the first in this country to design and manufacture an Indigenous Access Controller and access softwares that suited the Indian business houses. The Access Control System not only permits entry, it also tracks and records data of Visitors and Employees through its Access Software.

ASI has its prime focus in distributions of bio metrics security products eg. bio metrics / fingerprints based time attendance systems, access control system, fingerprint scanner, facial recognition attendance system, proximity and smart card based products, Surveillance products: cctv camera, IT products: thin clients, network attached storage, firewall, and many more to system integrator, software developers and products re sellers. Our range of products and services is supplied to a variety of associations, institutions, establishments , organizations and products re-sellers across India.

The Attendance Software can be integrated with any existing payroll software to offer you with automated, system generated Attendance System thereby saving time and resources in recording manual attendance leading to increase in productivity and profitability of your organization.

Biometric Access Control System – The Biometric Access Control System is a professional fingerprint access and time attendance control system. It uses fingerprint instead of card system for access. This can be widely used in confidential places for its easy installation and high security. It’s the best choice for you today, to secure your life tomorrow.

Proximity Access Control System – The proximity access control system is widely used in office, factory, bank, etc. Supporting Master and Slave solution it provides more confidential access control system, 50 kinds of time zone settings and 5 open door groups ensure you an absolute safety environment.

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Home Security

Home security systems are a must in every home regardless of its size, location and value, among other factors. Keep in mind that burglars, thieves and trespassers will not be too choosy about their targets for as long as these homes can be broken into via a window, a vent or a door. Even a simple three-layer alarm system can deter trespassers from violating the privacy of your home and putting your family’s life in danger.

But not all home security systems are created to handle the task. When choosing from among several residential security setups, you should look for three basic aspects to be in place before considering advanced or updated systems.

These days when the thefts are all time high, a comprehensive home security system is the need of the hour to ensure peace of mind of any homeowner. Whenever you’re away from your house, there are good chances that an intruder may enter your house by breaking through the window or even the main door, and take away all your hard earned money and valuables inside the house.

To avoid such a fate, ASI Home Security System not only offers a wonderful way to merely monitor your house, but also comes with gas leak detector, fire alarm, glass break-in and door break-in detectors to ensure cent percent security of your house round the clock, irrespective of whether you’re at home or away.

Now, you must be wondering as to how your home security system can interact with you while you’re miles away. Well, the unit comprises of a central control device, which can wirelessly communicate with your GMS cell phone. Therefore, the intruder(s) and thieves can’t tamper with it, and various sirens and sensors are connection to the central control device as well.

What’s more, multiple users and multiple cell phones (maximum of 5 GSM Cell Phones) can be connected to the ASI home security system. It comes with 48hours power back-up, and ensures the safety of your home even in case of power outage.

It has multiple zone security, and is capable of monitoring zones inside and outside your house up to a range of 50m. In case a thief enters your premises, the ASI home security system can detect the exact position, and the siren of the system can heard up to the range of 50m.The Buzzer alerts help you in detecting presence of intruders outside the house even when you’re in deep sleep, and you get alerts on your GSM cell phone while you’re away.

For any kind of assistance, all you need to do is to contact our customer support team via phone and our representatives will be at your service within 24-48hours depending upon your location.

 
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Automation

Whereas mechanization provided human operators with machinery to assist them with the physical requirements of work, automation greatly reduces the need for human sensory and mental requirements as well. Processes and systems can also be automated.

School Bell Timer,Projectors,PA Systems,EPABX,UPS,Inverter,Security Automatic Light.

Home automation operates mainly in four areas:

Energy management :

Home automation means optimised energy use in terms of both consumption and cost. With a home automation system you can enjoy all the comforts of home while making significant savings in terms of energy and cost. This system takes full advantage of the different tariffs for different time periods, making the most use of the lowest prices.

Smart systems provide you with efficient management of your heating, air conditioning, electrical appliances and any lights you may have forgotten to turn off, all in an easy and smart way.

Security management Access and intruder monitoring :

Make people think you are at home with a system that turns lights on and off, receive a warning as soon as anyone tries to enter the premises… these are just two examples of what a home automation system can offer you in terms of security.

Home automation systems offer you complete security management. A series of sensors warn you of potential water or gas leaks, fire, or even intruder entry.

You can also program them to turn the lights on and off if you are away from home for a long time, or warn you by mobile phone if someone tries to enter your house.

Managing comfort :

Home automation systems are designed with high security and comfort levels in mind. Most of our appliances such as music centres, videos or TVs have a remote control. With home automation you can have a single remote control for everything. Wouldn’t that make life easier?

Managing communications :
Home automation systems not only offer a great variety of communication systems for your home; they also centralise the management of audio, telephone, video and computer signals to make them easier to use and control. All communication points in your home can be interlinked via a “loop” carrying audio, telephone, video and computer signals.

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Fire Alarm

An automatic fire alarm system is designed to detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring environmental changes associated with combustion. In general, a fire alarm system is either classified as automatic, manually activated, or both. Automatic fire alarm systems can be used to notify people to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency, to summon emergency forces aid, and to prepare the structure and associated systems to control the spread of fire and smoke.

Conventional Fire Alarm System – Conventional panels have been around ever since electronics became small enough to make them viable. They are no longer used frequently in large buildings, but are still used on smaller sites such as small schools or apartments.

Conventional panels usually have a small number of circuits, each circuit covering a zone within the building. A small map of the building is often placed near the main entrance with the defined zones drawn up, and LEDs indicating whether a particular circuit/zone has been activated. Another common method is to have the different zones listed in a column, with an LED to the left of each zone name.

The main drawback with conventional panels is that one cannot tell which device has been activated within a circuit. The fire may be in one small room, but as far as emergency responders can tell, a fire could exist anywhere within a zone.

Addressable Fire Alarm System – Intelligent Addressable Fire alarm Systems allow the location of a fire to be precisely located from the control panel. The use of looped wiring allows the system to function normally even with an open circuit in the loop wiring. These systems offer benefits in speed of detection, identification of the location of a fire and easier maintenance. The wiring cost of system can be reduced by the use of single pair of wires for up to 200 devices to the system, allowing cost savings in the wiring of large systems.

Even if you’re not ready to take the plunge into fire alarm system design and installation just yet, you should still know the fundamentals in order to perform emergency work. This includes knowing how to disarm the control panel of a deranged system and troubleshoot the heads, pull stations, horns, and zone wiring so that the equipment goes back online, restoring fire protection for the building. Because these ailments can be frequent with older and newly commissioned systems alike, it’s important for electrical contractors to understand the basics of fire alarm systems.

A medium-sized control panel with touchpad for alarm and trouble silence and system reset is shown above. Referring to the installation manual, you can use the touchpad to program the system’s many options.

The modern fire alarm system is capable of detecting smoke and heat from a small flame, water flow in a sprinkler system or an activated pull station, and reporting this information to on-site personnel via dedicated phone line to any location in the world. Although a seemingly straightforward device from an installation standpoint, fire alarm work can be quite complex, especially when you consider the enormous moral and legal responsibilities involved. There have also been some recent updates to the technology over the last few years worth noting.

Recent advances – The latest major development in the fire alarm system arena has been the introduction of the addressable head. Before these updates, in the event of an alarm, the alphanumeric display at the control panel indicated which zone was affected — something like “Fire Alarm — Zone 6, East Wing Third Floor.” With an addressable head system; however, the exact location is pinpointed. Moreover, the addressable head system has enhanced diagnostic capabilities. This is a great advantage because when a system goes down, time is of the essence in restoring fire protection to the building.

To upgrade to addressable heads, it’s not usually necessary to do a complete system replacement. Typically, installers must put in new heads, pull some extra wire, and insert new printed circuit cards into the existing control panel. Each new head possesses an address, which conveys its exact location. You may be asking yourself if this means a spare head has to be kept in inventory for each location. No, each initiating device has on its back a set of DIP switches by means of which you enter a binary number that comprises the address prior to installation. If replacement is necessary, use a small screwdriver to set the DIP switches on the new device.

The option to upgrade with addressable heads or to completely replace a legacy system has to be carefully considered by building owners with the input of in-house electricians and outside consultants. For a large set of buildings, the expense to upgrade can be formidable.

For example, besides addressable and non-addressable heads, there are high- and low-impedance initiating devices, 2- and 4-wire circuitry, and various operating protocols. These are reflected in the different states a control panel can be in as reported by the alphanumeric display. A system may also be power limited, or, less commonly, non-power limited.

In addition to familiarizing yourself with the most recent technology trends as outlined above, it’s also important for electrical contractors to realize how sensitive these devices are to certain design, installation, and operational issues — all of which can result in lost revenue, unplanned downtime, and unhappy customers. Here’s a good example. Say an expensive commercial building is all but finished; however, the fire alarm doesn’t pass inspection, meaning the facility cannot legally be used. As a few rattled electricians work feverishly to get the bugs out of the system, the owners lose thousands of dollars every day. Another potentially problematic scenario might involve slightly creased conductors coming out of a conduit connector at the detector head base. Although this situation would pose no problem in ordinary power or telephone circuits, it could throw one of these systems into false alarm.

Realizing that these types of unforeseen circumstances can throw a wrench into even the best conceived plans, it makes sense for contractors to review fundamental design, installation, and operational considerations for fire alarm systems to keep their skills sharp.

Design considerations. Typically, a fire alarm system is made up of the following components:

♦ Initiating devices, capable of placing the system in the alarm state. These can be photoelectric smoke and heat detectors, ionization smoke detectors, heat detectors, in-duct smoke detectors, manually operated pull stations and sprinkler waterflow sensors.
♦ Indicating appliances, whose purpose is to announce builidng occupants or at a remote location when the system enters the alarm state, such as horns, strobe lights, chimes, bells, or combination units. They are also available in weatherproof and hazardous location versions.
♦ A control panel, containing programming and operating electronics and user interface, is fed by standard branch-circuit wiring and contains replaceable circuit cards — one for each zone. This includes an alphanumeric display, showing the state of the system and providing troubleshooting information, and a touchpad so that onsite personnel can silence an alarm or trouble signal, reset the system following an event, and reprogram if necessary
♦ Sealed batteries similar to emergency light batteries, but listed for fire alarm systems. These are usually 6V batteries wired in series to make up 24VDC for a power-limited system. The batteries can be contained in the control panel or in a separate enclosure. When AC power fails, the batteries take over with no interruption in fire protection. Of course, there is also a charger.
♦ Auxiliary devices, including remote annunciators with LEDs showing the state of the system, an alarm silence switch, and visual LED indication of the zone from which a fire alarm is initiated. Electromagnetic door holders (floor- or wall-mounted) are available. In case of alarm, the magnet is de-energized, allowing the door to swing shut. Later, it is reopened manually.

Initiating devices are connected to the control panel by a 2- or 4-wire initiating device circuit. In the case of a power-limited system, 24VDC is applied to two wires going to a string of initiating devices, which are wired in parallel. Neither wire is grounded, and they are isolated from EMT or other raceways, which are grounded through the connector at the control panel. Polarity is also critical. This voltage is used to power the solid-state circuitry within each detector. It’s also used by the control panel to monitor the state (alarm or no alarm) of the initiating devices and zone wiring.

A typical fire alarm system has numerous initiating devices divided among separate zones — each connected via an initiating device circuit to a central control panel. The control panel performs supervisory functions over the initiating devices, indicating appliances, all associated field wiring, telephone ties, and its own internal wiring and circuit cards.

Installation tips – During initial setup, all zone wiring, initiating device, and indicating appliance installation should be completed before the telephone tie is hooked up, typically by means of a ribbon connector. This is so that the monitoring agency won’t receive false alarms.

The control panel should be located where it can be responded to as necessary either around the clock or during operating hours. This can be at building security headquarters, adjacent to a telephone switchboard or in a maintenance office — whichever location offers maximum coverage. It should also be positioned in a fairly central location because if the system goes into alarm, a person needs to be able to race to the location and verify fire status before the alarm is silenced.

Operational issues – A fire alarm system operates in one of three (or more) states: normal, alarm, and trouble. The state is reported at all times on the alphanumeric display. If the system goes into alarm, the indicating appliances throughout the building go off. These could be very loud horns for some occupancies, or softer chimes in others, such as a nursing home.

The control panel monitors the initiating device circuits at all times for shorts and open wiring by means of the applied DC voltage. The initiating devices are normally open. In the event of a fire they become conductive at close to zero ohms. How, then, is it possible for the control panel to differentiate between a non-alarm state and an open wiring fault? This is accomplished by means of an end-of-line resistor.