Era Home Security Alarm System

Era Home Security Alarm System

The demand for keeping properties secure whilst using smart technology is becoming increasingly prevalent in the UK market. Thankfully, ERA has a range of home security systems that has taken this to the next level with a range of smartphone-connected wireless alarm systems.


From the Valiant Solar Siren Starter Alarm Kit to the impressive Invincible Dual Network Alarm System, the full range of ERA wireless alarm kits allows a user to control and monitor the home from anywhere in the world using the ERA Alarm App. Featuring an adaptable, modular design, ERA smart alarm kits can be extended to incorporate a range of accessories, including additional sensors, sirens, vibration and water detectors and even an IP HD security camera.

Marketing manager @ ERA, Jemma Booker explains, “The wireless design of our smart alarm kits is a real attraction for installers and end users alike. Most ERA alarm kits can be plugged into the mains and set up via the integrated control panel, making it easy to secure the home in just a few simple steps.”

ERA’s new HomeGuard Pro is the first cloud-based alert and monitoring system on the market to combine security with smart living. Operated via a single smart phone app, HomeGuard Pro works seamlessly with Lightwave heating and lighting technology to deliver an integrated smart home solution, bringing together both the benefits of home automation and the reassurance that comes from having a stand-alone alert and monitoring system.

Jemma commented, “With HomeGuard Pro, users can access real-time alerts and protect multiple locations via their smart phone, all within one account. Being cloud based, upgrades to HomeGuard Pro can be obtained remotely, ensuring your alarm system is always equipped with the latest software and product features.”

For more information on this, or on any of our products, contact us on 01179 788 676 or email Alternatively, pop into our trade counter in Hengrove, Bristol.

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