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Vigilant Personal Protection Systems Unveils PPS-CG7700 Wireless Burglar Alarm System

A division of Blaze Your Own Path, Vigilant Personal Protection Systems has introduced the PPS-CG7700 wireless burglar security alarm system equipped with emergency strobe light.

The PPS-CG7700 is a comprehensive security kit consisting of a wireless PIR motion detector, a wireless control panel with built-in alarm and strobe light, remote control, and a wireless door/window sensor. The system ensures a wide range of security applications in retail store, warehouse, garage, apartment, dorm room, and residential houses.

The control panel includes an incorporated 110dB alarm and a bright flashing red strobe light. Light and sound warning appears in this system upon detecting an intrusion. The system can control up to 40 door/window sensors and/or motion sensors with single touch activation. Optional accessories are also available. The PPS-CG7700 along with its inclusive components can be installed within half hour. In contrast to other professional grade burglar systems, the PPS-CG7700 is free of installation costs, contracts or monthly fees. With a do-it-yourself design, the system ensures "plug and play" installation.

The Better Business Bureau receives a number of complaints from its nationwide customers on an annual basis. The complaints are mainly based on "professional" burglar alarm companies, where claims from the salesperson were absent in the final contract. Sometimes complicated home burglar alarm systems are being sold. Some companies make profits based on monthly monitoring payments, long term auto renewing contracts, and installation fees.

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