Will a Blackout Leave You Compromised?
Here in Southern California, we’re no stranger to random power outages. They are usually known for occurring during a major storm. However, here in So Cal, we get the privilege of blaming ours on this terrific heat. The biggest cause of power outage in the summer is simply the fact that air conditioners are run almost constantly, leading to an unexpected (but totally expected) demand for electricity. Rolling blackouts are a typical practice when the heat soars and the power plants grow weary.
What Happens To Your Security System?
So the power goes out. No lights, no appliances, no air conditioning or fans. Nothing. Nada. Zilch. It’s only fair that most would assume that would apply to their security system as well. Luckily for you, we’re here to smash that rumor. Most security systems have a backup battery that can run for up to 24 hours following power failure. This is also an important reminder to have an extra backup battery AND to change out your old battery every 3 years to ensure that it is able to hold life for an extended period of time. Batteries wear out over time and even though it may not seem like it, a power outage is no time to find out that you should have changed your battery a while ago.
Don’t You Worry ‘bout a Thing with Electronic Eye Security
With Electronic Eye Security’s Interactive Security, you are constantly in the know when it comes to your security system. Whether you are running a large warehouse or live in a quiet neighborhood, we ensure that you’re always in control and aware of the status of your security system including your battery life. Our instant notification feature doesn’t just tell you what doors are locked and when, but will inform you immediately in the event of a power outage-planned or not-and who in your neighborhood is also experiencing a power outage. Using our technology you will also always know the status of your back-up systems. With our UL-Certified Central Station Monitoring, you have a network of operator trained experts watching over your premise 24/7. You can find more information by going to www.thesecuritygenius.com