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Are you ready for Halloween Already?

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We have been working hard to get them ready for you!

Visit your local store to check out the selections this year!

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Dyess Suruveillance Access Control

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Dyezz Access controls service area is:

  • Austin (All surrounding areas),
  • San Antonio (All surrounding areas),
  • Dallas (All surrounding areas),
  • Houston (All surrounding areas)

Access Control Products We Sell and Service

  • Continental
  • Paradox
  • Northern
  • IEI
  • Linear
  • HID
  • Rossalare
  • Viscount
  • Kantech
  • Keyscan
  • Bioscrypt
  • Millennium Access

Back to School Safety Tips

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Millions of students will head back to school over the next few weeks and tens of thousands of school buses and parents will be on the roads. Its crucial that all motorists understand how to safely share the roads with school buses, pedestrians, and bicyclists. It is also a good time for parents and children to talk about how to stay safe at school.

When you cannot be with your kids, make sure they always, always know how to reach you. Just knowing you are a phone call away and can come home in the case of an emergency or serious situation can provide an older child with peace of mind and confidence in your absence. For younger children, you will want to think about after school care. If you are working when the kids come home from school, and don’t have a spouse or caregiver either at home or already lined up, you will need to think about whom will care for your kids until you get home.

Many working parents have the same caregiver whether it’s summer vacation or school year, but as kids get older, they may be ready to be at home alone for a couple of hours until you get home from work. According to many experts, most kids are not mature enough and responsible enough to be left alone until they are at a minimum of 11-12 years of age. Again, you are the best judge of your kids’ comfort level and maturity. Talk to your kids and be sure that they would feel comfortable with being alone or being in charge of the younger ones for a couple of hours. If you have any doubts at all, it’s best to find someone to care for the kids until you get home. Here are some things to think about:

Traveling to and from School

Walking To School 

Parents should walk or bike the route prior to school starting and look for any possible hazards the child may encounter and identify a safe place to go if the child needs help.

Stop, look and listen before crossing the street. Always cross at the crosswalk and obey traffic signals.

Walk or bike with a friend. It is safer and more fun with a buddy.

Go directly to school and directly home afterward.

Do not play in vacant fields or lots.

Stay on the sidewalk or bike path and do not take short cuts.

If someone approaches you or makes you feel uncomfortable, dont talk to them and keep walking or riding.

If a vehicle is following you, turn around and go the other direction.

Dont put your name on clothing, backpacks, books or lunch boxes that are visible to others.

If approached by a dog, do not run. Do not touch the dog. Stand still and tell the dog to go home. If the dog will not leave, slowly back away from the dog putting distance between him and you; then continue walking.

Biking To School

Bright colored clothing will make you more visible to drivers.

Always wear a bicycle helmet.

Backpacks should be tight on the upper back and not dragging on the rear tire.

Respect traffic lights and stop signs.

Ride on the right, going the same direction as traffic.

Use appropriate hand signals.

Bus Stops

Know your bus number.

Stay in a group while waiting for the bus.

Do not play in the street. Stay on the sidewalk or grass.

Wait for the bus to completely stop before approaching it.

Look both ways before crossing the street to get on the bus. Make sure to always remain in clear view of the bus driver.

Stay seated while on the bus and keep hands and head inside the windows.

If someone offers you a ride, say NO.

A parent could be at the bus stop before and after school for extra safety.

For Parents Vehicle Traffic

Here are some simple reminders for drivers:

  • Slow down and be especially alert in the residential neighborhoods and school zones
  • Take extra time to look for kids at intersections, on medians and on curbs
  • Enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully
  • Watch for children on and near the road in the morning and after school hours
  • Reduce any distractions inside your car so you can concentrate on the road and your surroundings. Put down your phone and dont talk or text while driving

· Give children right-of-way in crosswalks and school zones.

· Avoid backing your vehicle at schools.

· Children should exit to the right side of the vehicle.

· Do not leave until your child is completely on school property.

Reminder for your kids:

  • They should cross the street with an adult until they are at least 10 years old
  • Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks
  • Never run out into the streets or cross in between parked cars
  • Make sure they always walk in front of the bus where the driver can see them

If your kids will be walking to school, or have to walk a few blocks to a bus stop, make sure you teach them to obey traffic signals and rules if they must cross streets with lights and crosswalks. Younger children need closer supervision, but this is a great time to start teaching those habits. By the time they walk by themselves to school or the bus stop, they will be confident in their ability to know what to do.

Have a relative, trusted neighbor or family friend designated to be the person who will pick your child up or meet them at the bus stop if you can’t be there. Make sure your child knows who that person is, too.

Have conversations with your kids about their day at school-what happened, who they had lunch with, what they are learning. Kids are not always forthcoming if there are any problems at school, and keeping lines of communication open and noticing any changes in behavior and/or grades can be big clues for you as the parent. Bullying has become a larger and larger problem now and the more you talk with your kids the better you are able to resolve any issue that may arise.

When kids are using the computer and the Internet for homework and school projects, monitor their time spent, and the websites they’ve visited. Use the parental controls on your system when available. There are some great programs out there that can help keep your kids away from questionable sites, and out of potentially unsuitable chat rooms or message boards. Cyberbullying is also on the rise, be aware of what your kids are doing while on the computer.

School can, and should be, fun and exciting for kids. They get to see their friends every day, learn new things, and spend time outside playing sports or other recreational activities as part of their school day.

But there are dangers, some bigger than others, that exist for children at school, on their way to or from school, and at after school activities. Armed with some knowledge and some planning, parents and children can be aware of the dangers and therefore be more prepared to avoid them, or deal with them as they happen.

Give your kids the tools, the safety knowledge and the resources to take care of themselves when you cannot be there, and parents and children alike can relax and enjoy the school year more!

Safety First, Safety Always!

Information provided by the National Safety Council and Safe Kids.Org

Keeping Our Communities Secure

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Keeping Our Communities Secure: Neighborhood Watch for the Digital Age

Keeping Our Communities Secure: Neighborhood Watch for the Digital AgeEveryone has the right to feel safe in their community. Whether you’ve got kids playing in the street, you walk to work or just want the general peace of mind of knowing your home and neighbourhood are safe, this is something everyone wants and deserves from their community. Unfortunately, this level of community safety is only a reality for a lucky few.

However, recent positive evidence suggests that crime in communities is falling. Statistics from the U.S. Department of Justice show a 5.4% decrease in the number of violent crimes between the 2012 and 2013. This includes major crimes such as robbery, assault, rape and even murder. The reports also highlight an equal decrease in property crime including burglary and motor vehicle theft. All of these offenses are major concerns in many of America’s more dangerous communities.

These promising decreases in crime rates are likely due to a multitude of factors – including improved policing and crime prevention measures. There has also been an increase in the use of technology in crime prevention and law enforcement with the potential to dramatically improve security levels in our communities. This article will look at some of the technologies being adopted by communities and law enforcement agencies to improve our neighborhood safety.

Mapping Community Crime

Online crime mapping services have been created with the combined efforts of law enforcement data and community input in order to physically plot where crimes have taken place in our neighbourhoods – with data including the time, date, type and exact location of the crime that occurred. Websites like Spot Crime and Crime Mapping make invaluable resources for millions of Americans.

You can get involved by organising a community meeting and examining where the crime is in your community. By doing something as simple as looking for criminal hot spots, police, business owners and members of the public can increase security measures in these areas. Introducing CCTV, deterrent fencing, increased patrols and ensuring the area is well lit can make a dramatic difference – effectively eliminating crime in the area.

Increasing Criminal Conviction Rates

Many crimes go unpunished through lack of evidence – and whether they’re committed out of sight or prosecutors lack the physical evidence to build a solid case, criminals are getting off the hook. And, without the deterrent of being convicted of a crime, offenders are more likely to fearlessly engage in illegal activity – threatening our communities.

There has been a sharp increase in the use of CCTV cameras worldwide, with the UK leading the trend in recording criminal evidence. Current data estimates there is 1 CCTV camera for every 11 people, bringing the total number of cameras in the UK to 5.9 million – many of which protect communities, schools, hospitals and other public areas or buildings. However, these cameras are generally static, meaning they don’t always capture the evidence needed. The development ofbody-worn camera technology is proving to be a potentially valuable asset to law enforcement in particular. These micro CCTV systems are attached to the officer’s clothes, providing full documentation of evidence from the wearer’s point of view, essentially recording everything you see.

It is clear that crime prevention is becoming more reliant upon technology, and it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, it will always be the combination of the human and technological element which ultimately makes our communities a safer place.

Posted by Adam Hope on Jul 16, 2014

http://security-today.com/blogs/reaction/2014/07/keeping-our-communities-secure-neighborhood-watch-for-the-digital-age.aspx

Dyezz Alarm Packages

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Alarm Packages

Best Value 

Reprogam

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$289.00
$89.00(our price) one time activation

$15.95 month to month monitoring NO credit check 


Systems: 

  • DSC
  • Honeywell
  • Ademco
  • GE
  • Simon XT
  • Paradox
  • NAPCO
  • 2 GIG
  • And many more
 

Standard

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$895.00
$695.00 our price
$15.95 month to month monitoring NO credit check
or
$39.95 monthly with NO money down, WAC


Package Includes: 

  • 1 Keypad
  • 1 Hardwire System
  • 1 Control Panel
  • 1 PIR Motion Sensor
  • 3 Door/Window Contacts
  • 1 Battery Backup
  • 1 Extended Warranty (No Trip Charge)
  • 1 Yard Sign and Decals
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Express

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$1095.00
$895.00 our price
$29.95 month to month monitoring NO credit check
or
$45.95 monthly with NO money down, WAC 


Package Includes: 

    • FREE
      Fire Monitoring
    • FREE
      Smoke Detector

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(for Residentail Only)

  • GSM Cellback up built in
  • 1 Keypad
  • 1 Hardwire System
  • 1 Control Panel
  • 1 PIR Motion Sensor
  • 3 Door/Window Contacts
  • 1 Battery Backup
  • 1 Extended Warranty (No Trip Charge)
  • 1 Yard Sign and Decals
Best Price 

Advance

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$1195.00
$995.00 our price
$29.95 month to month monitoring NO credit check
or
$49.95 monthly with NO money down, WAC


Package Includes: 

    • FREE
      Fire Monitoring
    • FREE
      Smoke Detector

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(for Residentail Only)

  • 1 Wireless System
  • 1 Keypad
  • 1 Hardwire System
  • 1 Control Panel
  • 1 PIR Motion Sensor
  • 3 Door/Window Contacts
  • 1 Battery Backup
  • 1 Extended Warranty (No Trip Charge)
  • 1 Yard Sign and Decals
 

Professional

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$1395.00
$1195.00 our price
$29.95 month to month monitoring NO credit check
or
$54.95 monthly with NO money down, WAC


Package Includes: 

  • GSM Cellback up built in
  • 1 Wireless System
  • 1 Keypad
  • 1 Hardwire System
  • 1 Control Panel
  • 1 PIR Motion Sensor
  • 3 Door/Window Contacts
  • 1 Battery Backup
  • 1 Extended Warranty (No Trip Charge)
  • 1 Yard Sign and Decals
 

Premium

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$1795.00
$1595.00 out price
$32.95 month to month monitoring NO credit check
or
$59.95 monthly with NO money down, WAC


Package Includes: 

    • Lock OR IP Megapixel Camera

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  • 1 Thermostat
  • GSM Cellback up built in
  • 1 Wireless System
  • 1 Keypad
  • 1 Hardwire System
  • 1 Control Panel
  • 1 PIR Motion Sensor
  • 3 Door/Window Contacts
  • 1 Battery Backup
  • 1 Extended Warranty (No Trip Charge)
  • 1 Yard Sign and Decals

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IP Access Control Solutions

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A Little About Dyezz

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office2Dyezz Surveillance and Security has been providing the highest quality of installations and service for video surveillance systems, burglar and fire alarms, access control systems, covert surveillance, bug detection, intercom systems, and home automation since 2001.  We were born as a local Austin business and have grown to service the metropolitan markets of San Antonio, El Paso, Dallas, and Houston.  Regardless of our size, one thing remains certain:

 

We strive to remain accessible and responsive to each and every one of our clients in order to meet and exceed their specific needs.

 
We came from humble beginnings—a $400.00 investment from the owner, 2 cameras, and a resolution to make an impact on local residential and small business security following the terrorist attacks in New York City on September 11th, 2001.  Through a dedication to customer service, a little bit of entrepreneurial savvy, and earning the confidence of our customers through exceptional service, we have become the trusted providers of securitysolutions for

buildingthousands of customers in Austin and San Antonio alone.

See what our customers are saying about us here.Click for the BBB Business Review of this Security Control Equipment & System Monitors in Austin TX

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Texas Department of Public Safety License # B11530
Fire License # ACR-2713

DSC Accessories

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DSC Accessories

4-Button Wireless Wall Plate

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  • Durable, easy to operate buttons
  • 4 programmable function keys
  • Powered by long-life lithium batteries (included)
  • Full three-second delay on panic alarm to reduce false alarms
  • Reliable 433 MHz technology
  • Additional functions: open garage doors turn on lights, open powered gates, etc.
  • Programmable Disarm function
  • Lightweight
  • Slim, attractive design

 

2-Way Wireless Outdoor Siren

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  • Siren Output – 100dB
  • Siren sounds for alarms and squawks
  • Strobe light functionality for visual indication
  • Provides temperature to WT5500 wire-free keypad
  • Transmits RF status, low battery and tamper condition
  • Large print area for company logo
  • Front and back tamper detection
  • IP34 rating
  • Nominal battery life – 2-3 years
  • Compatible with ALEXOR & IMPASSA
  • Remote test capability

 

4-Button Wireless Key

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  • Durable, scratch-resistant buttons
  • 4 programmable function keys
  • Long-life lithium batteries included
  • Full 3-second delay on panic alarm to reduce false alarms
  • Multifunction belt clip included
  • Reliable 433 MHz technology
  • Optional generic rubber insert included
  • Water resistant

 

Tri Zone Wireless Door/Window Contact

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  • 3 zones in 1 (each zone has an individual serial number)
  • 1 reed/magnet combination zone
  • Tilt switch mode for overhead doors
  • 2 normally closed external contact inputs
  • Long-life lithium battery included
  • 1/2″ (13 mm) maximum magnet gap
  • Low-battery LED indicator
  • Case tamper
  • Reliable 433 MHz technology
  • Includes backplate

 

Vanishing Contact

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  • Built-in reed switch
  • Wafer-thin profile
  • Long-life lithium battery included
  • 5/8” (16 mm) magnet gap
  • Reliable 433 MHz technology
  • Includes double-sided tape

 

Wireless Glassbreak Detector

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  • Based on the Acuity® glassbreak detector
  • 2 lithium batteries included
  • Tamper-activated test mode: should be tested using the AFT-100 glassbreak simulator

 

Ceiling Mount PIR Motion Detector

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  • Temperature compensation for improved catch performance at critical temperatures
  • Patented Multi-Level Signal Processing (MLSP) for accurate detection of human IR energy over a broad range of temperatures
  • Sensitivity adjustment to configure the detector for normal or hostile environments
  • High-level static and transient protection
  • Exceptional white light immunity
  • Excellent RF immunity
  • Digital signal analysis for consistent detection throughout the coverage pattern

 

Outdoor Motion Sensor

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  • Frequency: 10.525 GHz
  • Microwave detection based on Doppler concept
  • N.O. & N.C. relays switched at the same time
  • Installation height is calibration free from 6 ft to 8 ft (1.8 m to 2.4 m)
  • Pet Immune up to 33 lb (15 kg) without pet immunity lens or up to 80 lb (36 kg) when using supplied LC-F1-15X pet immunity lens
  • PIR sensitivity adjustment
  • MW intensity selection
  • Temperature compensation
  • Microcontroller signal processing
  • Front and back tamper protection
  • Unique waterproof and seal plastic design
  • Detection range: up to 49 ft (15 m)
  • Detects human intruders walking or running
  • No maintenance required
  • High RFI/EMI immunity
  • Protection from: direct sunlight, wind up to 30m/sec, snow and rain, small animals, removal of top cover and removal from mounting bracket
  • Rain and dust proof: IP65
  • LC-B1-15X wall mount bracket available separate

 

Wireless Recessed Door Transmitter

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  • Small, compact design
  • Long-life lithium battery included
  • Flexible mounting options (screw mount or press fit)
  • Reliable 433 MHz technology
  • Powerful, rare earth magnet
  • Ships complete with flanged/non-flanged, brown/white access caps

 

Wireless Recessed Door Transmitter

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  • The wireless flood detector is based on the WS4945 wireless door/window contact that is connected to a water probe through a 6 foot-wire. The product is enrolled as a flood zone detector with the following DSC control panels: ALEXOR, PowerSeries 9047, IMPASSA, PC1616, PC1832, PC1864, PC4020, and is fully supervised.
  • Built-in reed switch
  • Normally closed external contact input
  • 1 lithium battery included
  • Case and wall tamper
  • End-of-line resistor
  • 4 year battery life

 

Wireless Photoelectric Smoke Detector with Heat

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  • Automatic drift compensation
  • Built-in, dual-sensor heat detector with fixed heat and rate of rise (non UL listed)
  • Built-in 85dB horn
  • Local test button
  • Low profile design
  • High/Low sensitivity reporting
  • Low battery indication
  • Easy-maintenance removable smoke chamber
  • Non-contact sensitivity reading with handheld test meter (FSD-100)
  • Long-life lithium batteries included
  • UL/ULC/EN listed for residential applications

 

Wireless Pet-Immune Passive Infrared Detector

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  • WS4904P replaces the WLS904PL-433
  • Based on the Bravo® 3D hardwired motion detector
  • High-traffic shutdown
  • WS4904P features pet immunity up to 60 lb (27 kg)
  • 1 lithium battery included

 

Wireless Door/Window Contact

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  • Built-in reed switch
  • Normally closed external contact input
  • 1 lithium battery included
  • Available in brown housing
  • Case and wall tamper

 

PowerSeries TouchScreen Security Interface

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  • 7″ full color display
  • Slim modern design (800×480 resolution)
  • Intuitive LED indication of security system status
  • Picture frame feature
  • Clock feature
  • Output control
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Customizable home screen and wallpaper
  • Menu user programming
  • Installer programming
  • Virtual keypad
  • SD card is not included
  • Compatible with PC1864, PC1832, PC1616 control panels
  • Available in English, French and Spanish

 

Remote Thermostat for Light and Appliance Control

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Secure remote access allows you to activate or disarm your security system, turn your lights on and off, and adjust your thermostat from the web, an iPhone, or a web-enabled mobile phone.

Indoor/Outdoor IP IR Camera

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Camera with IR illumination allows for indoor and outdoor use in both lit and low light situations. The camera automatically provides extra IR illumination when enough visible light is not available for proper operation. Connectivity is provided through either a hardwired or wireless IP connection