IRIS Infotech Solution

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IRIS Infotech Solution

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Security Solutions For Hospitality

Security Solutions For Hospitality

Our solution comprise of products like CCTV, EPABX, Smart switches / Light automation, Access control, Time and attendance with payroll software, Audio Video equipment, Gate automation, PA system, Fire Alarm System, PRI & ILL, IT systems & Services.
In the world of hospitality and services, one of the most important aspects is the security of those that matter: your clients. It is among the most vital aspect that should never be taken for granted. The security solutions we provide are designed to meet the specific needs of hotels and other businesses in this field, ensuring people’s safety while they are within their premises.
There are different types of alarm systems that can be equipped in hotels such as local alarms, contact alarms, and remote alarms:
Local Alarms
Since they are not hard-wired to a central monitoring station, local alarms may function as deterrents. A local alarm system is combined with panic hardware on a fire exit; when the escape door is opened, the circuit is disrupted and the alarm is triggered.
Contact Alarms
Contact alarms are hardwired to a central location. Most quiet alarms are hard-wired to a central location and are typically installed in cashier areas, storerooms, and other locations. The alarm is conveyed discreetly to the phone room, a private security service provider, or the police department. The perpetrator will be unaware, and on-site personnel will be notified.
Remote Alarms
Remote alerts are often dependent on some form of communication. For instance, more complex radio waves, microwaves, and photoelectric light. Microwave detectors are active equipment that detect motion by transmitting and receiving electromagnetic radiation.
Sprinkler Systems and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Sprinkler systems are required in buildings with four or more stories. Sprinklers can, to some extent, restrict the spread of a fire, allowing security officers to safely guide and escort people to safety.
Carbon monoxide is the most hazardous gas produced during combustion. It is typically created as a byproduct of a broken water heater, HVAC unit, kerosene heater, coal boiler, or other petroleum device. Because of the dangers it poses, putting carbon monoxide detectors in hotels is a must.
Fire Safety Alarms
While certain alarm systems are normally voluntary, fire alarm systems are frequently required by municipal fire and safety laws.
Fire alarms are needed to warn personnel of fires or other emergencies. As a result, all hotels, motels, and flats must have a functioning fire alarm system that is checked at least every two months.
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