What You Need to Know
Alarm wire is useful for both hardwired and wireless alarm systems. With a hardwired alarm system, running wire is almost a must, but even if you choose to run wire with a wireless system (for example- extra power supply from a transformer to the alarm’s control panel) having extra wire is important. Here at HomeSecurityStore.com, we understand the need and convenience of having solid alarm wires, which is why we stock reliable WINN and Contractors Wire and Cable products to get the job done and make your do-it-yourself installation simple and enlightening.
If you’re asking yourself “Which alarm system wiring is right for me?” The following may be useful.
With most systems, 22 gauge wiring is standard. Check your specific product’s specifications to find out if 2 or 4 wires would better suit your home monitoring system. Normally, a sheath covers 2 or 4 wires which are then stripped during installation.
It’s also important to know how many feet of wire you’re going to need. We stock wire from 100 to 500 feet, to give you options based on the size of your home or business. It’s always beneficial to have more wire than you need, for storage and replacement. With UL Listed wires, the safety and efficiency of our alarm wires are hard to beat.
Also in this section you’ll find wire connectors and running cable, both of which might be a necessary investment to improve your alarm system’s stability. Know what’s right and stock up for the future with HomeSecurityStore.com’s wide selection of alarm wire, for the Do-It-Yourself builder.
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