Commercial Security Systems



commercial security systems dayton ohPLE Group will work with you to build a customized alarm system that will fit your needs. PLE takes many factors into consideration when designing custom alarm systems for our clients, including security concerns affecting your industry specifically, customer input, physical/geographical location of the facility, budget etc.

Following the completion of the installation, our customer’s enjoy ongoing over the phone technical support for most issues regarding their systems. On-site service calls are performed by PLE Security technicians and are never subcontracted out.






Our commercial security systems options include:

·         Cellular Backup Units

·         Full Readout Keypads

·         System Control Computer Software

·         System Operation via Text Messaging

·         Wireless or Hardwired Sensors

·         Panic Buttons and Pendants

·         Duress/Hold-up Codes

·         Area Specific Arming

Major Alarm System Components

The Control Panel is the literal “brain” of the security system. The control panel sends and receives signals from all devices on the system. When the control panel receives an alarm signal from a device it uses the built in communicator to dial out the monitoring station, who in turn notify you and dispatch the police.

Keypads are used to control and program the alarm system. The keypad offers a simple to use interface that makes arming, disarming, and setting changes easy. Keypads are usually installed next to entrances or outside of secured areas.

Devices include motion sensors, door contacts, glass break detectors, flood sensors, temperature sensors etc. Devices are available in both hardwired and wireless formats. When a device is activated it sends a signal to the control panel and causes the system to go into alarm.

Communicators are built into the control panel. Alarm panels come with a dialer that is connected to your standard telephone line and sends signals to the monitoring station the same way that your telephone does. For added security back-up communicators are available. These include network communicators, which send signals over the internet and cellular communicators which send the signals over a cellular network the same way your cell phone does.