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Certified Monitoring And Control Options For Safes

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Certified Monitoring And Control Options For Safes

Certified Solutions For Monitoring, Audit, And Alarm Integration

Certified Safes Ireland™ is part of the ICS Group, a group of NATO registered contractors fully licensed in Ireland for all electrical, intruder alarm, CCTV, access control, fire suppression, fine art protection and monitoring activities. This means that we can integrate any safe, strongroom or data storage with alarm, audit and signalling devices seamlessly and confidentially to the highest standards.

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Our expertise has been relied on by;
N.A.T.O. Europe, The U.S. Air Force (Europe), PayPal (Worldwide), Grant Thornton, The Department Of Communications, The Revenue Commissioners, The Danish Defence Forces (Afghanistan), Isle of Man Gold Bullion, The Insurance Institute of Ireland, The Royal College Of Surgeons, BFC Bank, Interxion Data Centres, The Private Security Authority, Brown Thomas, Druids Glen, The Shelbourne, and many others …

Multi-User And EMP Resistance Is Standard

All of our secure storage options come with multi-user digital locks certified against electronic manipulation and military grade EMP attack as standard. Our standard multi-user lock allows different members of a family or staff to be added and removed from access privileges to your secure storage or safe at will. Additional options such as alarm integration, audit tracking and remote disabling are low cost and easy to use.

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Some Locking, Monitoring And Control Options

  • Duress - Duress is a basic feature that is optional with all of our safes. Duress means that by entering your normal safe lock code, but varying the first or last digital by 1, a silent emergency alarm signal can be sent.
  • Remote Disable - An enable/disable signal can be sent to the safe lock from an alarm panel or mobile phone. This handy feature is available with most lock types we supply.
  • Seismic Sensor - As a properly anchored safe is secured to at least 5 tons, and a certified digital safe lock cannot be manipulated open, power tool attack or a prising attack is the only option left for a professional burglar. A Seismic Sensor will detect prising, cutting, drilling and heat attacks, but is not triggered by normal everyday use of the safe. What is particularly convenient about a seismic sensor is it is tamper proof and works 24/7 even when an alarm system is switched off.
  • Bolt Position Indicator - Bolt position indicators share open and close information with your alarm system and can be used for audit, send a notification, open a video link, or send a door open notification if the door of the safe has been open for too long. Bolt position switches can be fitted to a safe’s internal bolt work and door, allowing you to monitor and confirm that the safe’s door is closed and locked.
  • Time Lock - Time Lock gives you all the benefits of a bank level high security time lock system with built in audit. You can control when your safe can be accessed, by whom and download access logs from the lock telling you who opened the safe, when, and how long the safe door and lock was open. Up to 30 holidays can be programmed that override the normal schedule. Automatically adjusts for daylight saving time. We can even program a time lock schedule that restricts specific people’s access.
  • Audit - Audit tells you when your safe was accessed, by whom, and how long the safe door and lock was open. Audit is a standard feature with time lock and some alarm system have the capability to allow audit logs of access to your safe to be recorded and downloaded remotely.<
  • One Time Code - Easily retro fitted onto most existing safes or strongrooms, a One Time Code system (OTC) means that opening and closing is controlled by single use codes generated by a certified monitoring station after the identity of the person requiring access has been verified. The person accessing the safe or strongroom also requires their own personal code and a special key fob that records the opening and closing state of the lock. Time and date specific one-time codes can be issued in advance by the monitoring station for use within a 15-minute window, weeks, or months in advance.

EN50131 Alarm Signalling Devices

All options listed above are certified compliant with EN50131 as alarm signalling devices.

  • It is illegal to use any device for monitoring or alarm purposes, designed to trigger a police response, that does not conform with EN50131.
  • If such a device is used, both the client and the installer are open to prosecution.
  • The addition of any device that does not conform to EN50131 to a licenced alarm or CCTV installation, if discovered, will result in the withdrawal of An Garda Síochána response in line with An Garda Síochána intruder alarm policy.
  • Licensed alarm installers are required to report unlicensed equipment.

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