Credit Hours: 1

Intrusion Alarm Systems – Installation Techniques and Best Practices

Intrusion alarm installations involve the execution of multiple tasks, from the wiring of controls and detectors to the installation and termination of cabling.  Each task requires the use of proper installation techniques and application of best practices to ensure the system, as a whole, will function as expected.

This course provides a detailed description of installation techniques, broken down by the task.  Specific techniques to be covered include mounting of controls, sensors, and auxiliary devices, cable installation, cable identification and labeling, joining and terminating cables, and “tricks: of the trade.

Product Description / Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the learner will:

  • Develop skills to be applied at each stage of the installation
  • Incorporate techniques that will reduce the likelihood of future service issues
  • Acquire short-cuts and tricks-of-the-trade to speed the installation process, without sacrificing quality
  • Internalize and apply “best practices” in the execution of specific techniques and the system as a whole

Credit Hours: 1

Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Tennessee (Qualifying Agent), Texas