Make thieves carry an alarm
How it stops thieves
They do care a lot someone will notice when they were there, who they were, what they looked like. Thieves want nothing to do with things that make noise.Our small anti-theft alarms are used world wide by universities & colleges, hospitals, hotels, churches and other public venues to deter, prevent, and stop theft of projectors, televisions, flat panel displays, and desktops located in vulnerable settings.
Secure all your info tech hardware
One common device for everything. One key.
You can start with just one. It's easy to add more later because we can match your key code so that you can use the same key.
No false alarms from accidental knocks or movement, earth tremors, power surges, static electricity.
No need to regularly arm/disarm: you arm it and leave. You and your staff will forget it's there. Students, patients, hotel guests, clients will forget it's there.
Our alarm won't forget it's there.
How it Works
Affix BaseplateGlue a mounting baseplate to your protected equipment. This is never coming off short of damaging the equipment.
Attach AlarmThe alarm slips under the edges of the baseplate.
Secure the SensorLoop or lasso the far end of the sensor around something fixed, heavy, or immovable.
Don't have anything around which to loop the tether?You can order kits with our Anchor Point sensor – a peel-and-stick which goes on a wall, underside of a table, side of desk, or any other smooth flat surface.
Plug in the Sensor Line
Lock & ArmTurning the key both locks the alarm box onto the baseplate AND arms the alarm.
What triggers it?Unplugging or cutting the sensor line triggers the alarm. The siren keeps going until you disarm with a key, or the battery dies – hours later.
Mount any way you wantSideways or upside down – no need to adjust or calibrate anything.
Shake it all you want
Long Battery Life
Strongest glue ever
The bumper of this truck isn't bolted on; it's glued on with methacrylate. Stronger than bolts. Shock resistant. Temperature resistant. Solvent resistant. Which is why we use methacrylate. It costs more than epoxy, and is harder to use than cyanoacrylates (Krazy Glue, Super Glue, etc.) but if somebody actually does pry a Sonic Shock off your stuff, what's left isn't something people rush to buy.
Stainless steel housing
The thieves you're defending against aren't shoplifters; they're pros. We forge our casings from high grade drill busting hard stainless steel, then weld and finish each corner. Plastic would be cheaper and easier. We don't design for cheap and easy.
Monitor more than one thing
Our optional TrapLine sensor allows you to monitor additional items with one Sonic Shock alarm, say small nearby peripherals such as a TV box, or perhaps a group of LCD monitors at a computer station.
What's in the Box
We sell two package forms...
1. Full Kits
2. Installing many? Save MONEY with Commercial Kits
For these situations we offer COMMERCIAL KITS which have everything that's in the Full kits, EXCEPT glue and keys. These you order just what you need.