Entatech has signed an agreement to distribute products from alarm brand Yale expanding its current range of security solutions available to its reseller customer base.
The beginning of this new partnership starts with the launch of two special alarm kits – the HSA6200 Standard (Basic Keypad Operated) Alarm System, and the HSA6400 Premium (Standard Control Panel) Alarm System, both of which are available for purchase at Entaonline.com now.
The HSA6200 Standard Alarm System is a basic, keypad operated system, which is ideal for flats, terraced and semi-detached homes. The system enables homeowners to assign an access code, which can be set and unset via the keypad.
Yale’s premium HSA6400 system differs by utilising telecommunication, alerting the homeowner, via telephone, in the event the alarm is activated. This system allows for the storage of three telephone numbers, which are called in a specific, predetermined sequence, whilst also possessing the functions of the standard control panel. Advanced technology also allows the alarm to be activated and deactivated through touch-tone telephone systems.
Regarding the new partnership, Dean Langford, Security Channel Manager at Entatech, said: “Our Security and CCTV channel has seen tremendous growth over the past 5 years and this is expected to continue. The addition of Yale to our range of security products makes perfect sense – Yale is a well-known and trusted brand, with some fantastic products which help homeowners to feel safe and secure, whilst also providing our resellers and retail customers with marketable products in which to grow their sales.”
Matt Eastham, Yale Business Unit Manager added, “We’re looking forward to working with Entatech to grow our sales in the UK. Entatech has earned an enviable reputation in the CCTV security market and this new partnership gives us the opportunity to expand our reach and grow our product range amongst a new customer base. We will also shortly be launching with Entatech our latest digital door locks and digital door viewers ’.
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