Wireless Outdoor Alarms

Ultra Secure pride ourselves on our impressive range (& knowledge) of Wireless Driveway & Perimeter Alarms,  designed to meet all types of requirements for our customers, in all types of applications. 


Wireless Driveway & Perimeter Alarms are designed to help protect the outside of your home and business, or simply give you early warning notification of the arrival of a visitor.

Most people would agree that if a burglar gains access to your home (even if at that point a security alarm system is triggered), damage has already been done (physically and mentally), there may be a broken window or door lock that needs time and money to repair, more importantly the owner will often feel very uncomfortable (violated) about a person having been inside their home.

Wireless Driveway Alarms Consist Of:

  • Various Types of Detectors (all with different parameters in how they detect, how far they can transmit back to the receiver etc).
  • Receivers (different type of receivers, ranging from simple built in chimes, to activating sirens to actually contacting keyholders by telephone).


With the vast majority of these Wireless Driveway & Perimeter Alarms you can use multiple detectors and receivers, building a system to match you exact needs.

The detectors work from battery or solar power making them very easy to install, the transmission range between these detectors and various receivers will vary from system to system (ranging from 50 metres to 900 metres).

Most of the receivers need plugging into a power source, although there are portable and solar powered versions available.

So, you can position one (or multiple) detectors at locations that are well away from your house & business, resulting in giving you plently of early warning time as a visitor approaches, you can also decide to design the system so that the visitor is also aware of the detection (some customers will choose to have the visitor to be made aware only at certain times of day, or on certain days).

These systems can also be used to protect and alarm remote buildings on your property such as summerhouses, pools, sheds, workshops etc.  

We strongly recommend that all homes & businesses should consider using some type of early warning device, if you need advice on choosing the best system for your location, or building a system to work in a particular way, then please contact us.



Choosing the right type of Wireless Driveway & Perimeter Alarm can often be daunting, there are many different systems and accessories to choose from, and so many variations in homes, businesses & life styles to think about.

Our advice is that we start by splitting the project up into three areas (D.T.R):

D = Detection.
T = Transmission.
R = Reception.

Please see the details below:


  • How many locations do you need to protect ?
  • Are the locations outside or inside (or both) ?
  • How wide is each detection area ?
  • Would you need to gain access through any of these protected locations when arriving back at the property ?
  • Is there activity from large animals at any of these locations (deer, boar, cattle etc) ? 
*(see find lower down this page, additional information describing the difference between active and passive beams)*



  • How far away from the location of the receiver would the furthest detector be (in metres) ?
  • How many (and what type) of obstructions would there be between the two locations?


Reception (the most important part):

  • In the event of any activation from a detector, what do you want to happen, options are numerous, some examples listed below?
    • Chime from a single receiver.
    • Chime from multiple receivers.
    • A portable pager being activated.
    • A portable pager and internal receiver chiming.
    • Internal siren (short or long time duration).
    • Internal siren from one receiver, chime from second receiver (different locations).
    • External siren and chime inside.
    • External & internal siren (what time duration).
    • Internal chime and external flashing light.
    • Sending a text message to the key holders.
    • Calling the key holders or guarding company with a pre-recorded personal message.
    • Text message plus triggering external sirens.


The options are endless, you can choose any of the above to cover most types of situations, or you can have a combination of the above (working at different times of the day), more examples below:


  • A working farm may choose to have a chime inside the house and pager on their belt during working hours, but have a very loud siren working during the night.
  • A home may choose to have a chime during the day and a loud siren at night.
  • A business may choose to have a text message sent to a key holding guard at night, and a chime inside the office during the day.  
  • A home with a pool may choose to have a chime audible from the pool for times when they are there, and a chime inside the house for other times.
  • A building company may choose to have nothing working during the day, but sirens and telephone dialers being activated at other times if intruders gain access to a site or scaffolding.
  • A holiday home may choose to have a loud audible siren at the house which is triggered by a detector protecting a vulnerable rear entrance at night, having a chime in the evening, but also have a text message for times when they are not living there.
Passive or Active Detection:

Another very valuable piece of advice is being aware of the difference between Passive & Active Detector Beams.
  • Passive Beams (Dakota, XL) : these are one sided infrared detectors which are constantly looking for a difference in the temperature in front of them, caused by a person, animal or vehicle walking past, (think of a video showing a police helicopter following a person at night, and the person can be seen clearly even in the darkest of nights).
    • The advantages of these detectors are that because they are one sided they can be easily and quickly installed, they can be partially hidden out of sight.
  • Active Beams (Solar Twin Beams): these are two detectors which are constantly looking at each other, at any time when they cannot see each other they will trigger, our active beams are mostly powered by solar panels making for easier installation and have built in dual beams designed to reduce false alarms should a leaf or piece of debris blow past in the wind.
    • The advantages of these detectors are that they are far more responsive with virtually no chance of them missing an activation (especially useful when vehicles are involved which can be moving fast and sometimes cold).
    • Wider areas can be protected (up to 100 metres) with a single set of beams. 


Hopefully, by simply splitting this project up into the three separate areas, it has made it easier for you to make an informed decision, if you need further advice please contact us.








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