Security sensors are essential devices that alert you of any potentially dangerous conditions in your home. If you have difficulties installing one, here are tips on how to place sensors. You can also check out the latest sensors in Singapore below!

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Top Security Sensors Price List 2021

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ZIGBEE E Life Smart Store Smart Life Smart Door Sensor Window Sensor Door Magnetic Alarm Detector Independent Magnetic Sensor High-performance Low-power Microprocessor Small Size Sensor S$ 11.79 Lazada
KERUI New Wireless Burglar Alarm Magnetic Sensor Smart Home Security Door Window Sensor Detector for GSM 433MHz Alarm System S$ 13.02 LazMall by Lazada
KERUI Wired Door And Window Magnetic Sensor Switches Are Used In Conjunction With PTSN And GSM Wire Alarm System Door And Window Gap Detectors S$ 8.31 LazMall by Lazada
KERUI New Wireless Burglar Alarm Magnetic Sensor Smart Home Security Door Window Sensor Detector for GSM 433MHz Alarm System S$ 8.50 LazMall by Lazada
Aqara Smart Motion Sensor (InfraRed Body Presense) with built-in Light Sensor - Smart Home Automation - Zigbee - (Works with Home App) S$ 25.60 Lazada
KERUI D026 Wireless Door And Window Magnetic Sensor Detector Portable Alarm Sensor KERUI Alarm System Intelligent Wireless Home Detector S$ 23.55 LazMall by Lazada
KERUI Wired Door And Window Magnetic Sensor Switches Are Used In Conjunction With PTSN And GSM Wire Alarm System Door And Window Gap Detectors S$ 9.57 Lazada
IMOU Dahua Smart 433MHz Wireless Door Window Magnetic Sensor Detector Indoor For Home Security Alarm System(Battery not include) S$ 29.83 Lazada
Nexlux Costel【Sensor】Tuya Smart Wifi Door Magnetic Alarm Detector Independent Door Magnetic Sensor For Home (White) S$ 11.99 Lazada
KERUI [New Arrival] D026 433MHz Wireless Door Window Magnetic Sensor Door Intrusion Dedector Home Security Alarm System 1PCS S$ 7.54 Lazada

How to Install Security Sensors in Singapore

Installing sensors isn’t a difficult task, it’s as easy as peeling a sticker and placing it on any surface. But doing so requires planning to look for the right place for each sensor, ensuring that it will work effectively as possible. Here are some installation tips on how to determine the perfect place for different types of sensors.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon monoxide detectors in Singapore beep loudly if there are high levels of carbon monoxide in the air, alerting you to get everyone out of the house. It’s best to install one carbon monoxide detector on each floor of your home and place it five feet above the ground. When it comes to good locations for installing these sensors, you can place them near bedrooms and in living rooms where most people are likely sleeping or gathering. You can also place one near your garage door but avoid installing it inside the garage, close to any appliances, or in confined places like furnace rooms.

Door/window sensors

Door sensors in Singapore alert you once a burglar enters your home through a door or window. They send a signal to the control panel which notifies the central monitoring station. It’s best to have these sensors on every door and window, but you might also want to consider purchasing a glass break sensor or image sensor instead of multiple window sensor. If one of your doors or windows appears to be an easy spot for burglars to access, then make sure you place a sensor near it. Intruders like dark areas, so you may want to have those places monitored. Also, don’t forget to install sensors near your bedroom windows.

Fire/heat/smoke detectors

This kind of sensors detects fire, heat, and smoke. When installing these sensors, make sure they are interconnected so that they will alert in unison, making sure that everyone in the house will hear them. It’s best to have at least one fire alarm on every floor of your home, especially in places where people gather or sleep such as the bedroom. Also, install these sensors near attics and in living rooms. That way, the sensor will detect the fire sooner if it’s closer to these areas.

Flood sensors

A flood sensor works if it senses excess water in the location where it is placed. It helps warn you of any leakage from a defective appliance or broken pipe, providing an advance notice to shut the water off and save any important belongings. Not to mention, it saves you money on repairs.

When installing one, make sure to place it on the first level of your home. You may also place it inside the sump up so it will alert you before the water comes to your basement. If you don’t have a basement, you can place it near the water heater in your kitchen or laundry room.

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