EPABX System is a multiple telephone system within an enterprise that switches the calls inside the local lines, with all the users to share a certain number of external phone lines. They are also known as intercom systems and are available with different features according to requirements.

Routing the incoming and outgoing external and internal calls in a systematic way in an organization is the main purpose of installing an EPABX System.



An EPABX System allows you to talk to a maximum of 10 people in a conference call using a single line.

These systems are very necessary and useful for business organizations. EPABX Systems make the managing of internal and external telephone calls within an office easy. The systems can enable the users to do multiple jobs like call switching, get important messages, manage a lot number of calls and monitor telephone usage all at the same time. They are usually charge based on features and are cost effective as providing external telephone lines to every employee can be avoided.
Improvement in technology has led to EPABX with many advanced features such as external call forwarding, direct inward dialing, extension wise usage limits, call pickup and call splitting.

The common types of EPABX Systems include Mobile Systems, Hosted Systems, IP Systems and Wireless EPABX Systems.
Features of EPABX Systems:

Some of the features of an advanced EPABX System include:

  • Internal office communication is made easy with EPABX Systems. All you need to do is dial the extension number which is not more than four digits making it easy to remember.

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Alarm Systems are systems designed to detect unauthorized entry like that of burglary, property damage, intruders as well as personal protection – into a building or area. Intruders need only a weak spot in security for striking. Security Alarms is to ensure that your system is user-friendly, simple, trouble free and effective at protecting your business, employees, visitors, information and assets.

A single loop hole is all that is needed. So installing the right alarm system is of utmost importance.


Alarm Systems can be of many types according to the purpose of use. Some systems satisfying more than one purpose like that of combination systems provide fire and intrusion protection. Alarm systems can also be combined with the CCTV Surveillance systems, Access Control Systems and the Home Automation System for more security.  Most people interact with alarms on a daily basis and it is important to depend upon systems that are both reliable and well suited to specific needs.

Before installing the alarm system the site should be assessed completely and the areas that are considered to be of risk for intrusion should then be built with alarm and security systems around them.


Components of an Alarm System

Alarm systems are made up of several components which include –

  • Control panel – It is the central control unit of the system. It receives transmissions from sensors and communicates data to the central monitoring station. The battery is located inside the control panel, which backs up the system if your power is shut down.


  • Key fobs It is a device used to remotely arm and disarm the system. Keypads are units that can be installed throughout your home to provide easy-to-use access to your panel. By typing in your personal code and the correct buttons, you can arm and disarm your security system quickly.
  • Motion detectors –Detect movement in targeted areas. Motion detectors are devices inside the home which trigger an alarm when something moves into its path.
  • Smoke detectors – Smoke detectors detect smoke in case of fire and in turn, dispatch the fire department to your home.
  • Glass break detectors – Also known as audio detectors, glass break detectors are normally installed in rooms with many fixed windows, if the window is broken, the shattering glass sound will set off the alarm.
  • Panic buttons – Used to request immediate help in case of an emergency.
  • Touch pads –Used for diagnostic operations, as well as to activate and deactivate alarms
  • Sirens –Used to create loud acoustic sounds to alert.
  • Video monitoring (CCTV cameras) –Used to create a video link with the monitoring team
  • Window and door sensors –Used to sense movements and break ins via windows and doors


Wired and Wireless Alarm Systems

Wireless Systems use individual sensors which are installed throughout the home and communicate wirelessly to the central control panel using radio frequency technology.

Hard wired Alarm Systems connect the sensors to the central control panel using a network of wires which are hidden within the wall and floors.


Wireless Systems and hard wired Systems both have their pros and cons. Wireless systems are easy to install. It may take hardly six to seven hours for their installation. Whereas hardwired systems may take two days for their installation. The maintenance costs of wireless systems are more compared to that of hardwired systems as a change of battery every 3 years is necessary for wireless system. Hard wired systems do not run on batteries so there is no battery replacement costs there. If you ever think of expanding your apartment or business area all you need to do is add extra sensors to expand your systems coverage area in case of Wireless Systems. But adding an additional sensor to the Wired System is a lot more difficult.

Wireless Systems are suitable for smaller and large scale houses or apartments and also for small or medium scale commercial projects. Hard Wired Systems are suitable for large scale commercial buildings, factories and offices.

Alarm system will lessen or definitely decrease our chances of intruders and thieves from getting into our houses which is why it is of utmost importance.

For Alarm systems, Home security, security systems and other security related services please contact:

Mr. Abbas Netterwala

ACE Solutionz

Address: Survey No. 54, Badhe Nagar,
Khadi Machine Chowk,Kondhwa (BK).
Pune – 411048.
Mobile: +91 9975679352
E-mail: info@acesolutionz.com



Video Door Phones are intercom systems that are used to make calls from the entrance of a building so as to communicate with visitors without any physical interaction and engage with them only if you wish to. Video Door Phones not only increase home security, when integrated with the home automation system but also are of great convenience. If the Video Door Phones have a remote control it makes moving around convenient.


Video Door Phone’s are usually integrated with Access Control Systems. This is to allow access to certain authorized users with the help of cards, fingerprint sensors, keypad for pin numbers and Bluetooth. Video Door Phones should be potential enough to integrate with all the systems including- Access Control systems, Home Automation systems, Alarm systems etc

Elements of Video Door Phones

Video Door Phones consist of both outdoor and indoor elements. The outdoor panel is installed beside the door entrance or the entrance gate consisting of microphone, speaker, camera for video visuals and push buttons for calls. The indoor panel enables the users to see the visitor, talk to them without any physical interaction and allow entry if they wish. It consists of a display monitor, microphone, earpiece and push buttons to access entry if needed.

What to look for while choosing Video Door Phone’s?

There are factors to consider in choosing video door phone surveillance systems

Before buying a Video Door Phone users should assure that it is digital. It is very important for a video door phone to be digital so as to integrate with access control systems and home automation systems. A Digital Video door Phones most important feature is compression of video and audio visuals. The Digital door phones compress the visuals to the least possible bandwidth length for easy storage. Features and functionality should be prioritized.


The Video Door Phone should be built with high resistant materials so as to withstand extreme weather conditions and a certain level of Vandalism. They should be 100% water resistant. The camera lens should be well protected. If tampered with an alarm that goes off is another feature that certain Video Door Phones. Video Door Phones are mainly for security so features that prevent or alert vandalism are important.

The cameras scope of vision is another feature to look for while buying a Video door Phone. The more the cameras width of surveillance, more the area covered. Also if the installation of the system is easy and in case of wireless systems remember to ask for a manual.


Wireless Video Door Phone Systems.


Wireless video door phones are more convenient than the normal video door phones. Users these days prefer the wireless phones more than the normal ones. . It is easy to install and use these technologies or connect to them if they are capable of a wireless connection. The absence of wires would be a welcome sight; especially if you plan to keep your security technologies hidden. They allow people to communicate via radio waves.


Most of these devices work straight out of the box and unlike the traditional analog give the user a room to move around the house or even the back yard. With a video doorbell, you can answer your front door even when you’re not home. When someone rings the doorbell, it activates a camera connected to an app on your smart phone or tablet, and you can both see who rang your doorbell and remotely “answer” and speak to the visitor.

With Users demanding for smarter and specialized feature Video Door Phones, we can see more models with new features coming over in the next few years.


For Video Door Phone systems, Home security and automation, security systems and other security related services please contact:

Mr. Abbas Netterwala

ACE Solutionz

Address: Survey No. 54, Badhe Nagar,
Khadi Machine Chowk,Kondhwa (BK).
Pune – 411048.
Mobile: +91 9975679352
E-mail: info@acesolutionz.com


The Right Security Camera

A closed — circuit television camera (CCTV) records videos and images for security, surveillance or other personal purposes. Security cameras have become an important aspect in security and are mainly used for surveillance purposes. Statistics show that installing a CCTV camera reduces crimes in the area covered up to 95%. CCTV’s are used by many for various reasons. Every organization has CCTV’s installed for 24×7 surveillance. Banks, Malls and of course the Government is dependent on security cameras for enhancing security.

Security cameras come in various types, configurations, styles with many different features and options and it’s very important to select the right CCTV camera according to the applications and location.


Which security camera is the best for your location and application?

The 11 different types of security cameras include:

  1. Dome Cameras — Dome Cameras are mostly used indoors. It is easy to install and requires only two to three screws for its installation. Dome cameras at times come with the Infrared feature because of which recording of videos and images in dim light are possible. As the lens of the dome camera is covered, the direction the camera is facing is not known.


2) Bullet type cameras — Bullet cameras are long cylindrical in shape. These cameras are the best for outdoor purposes and help in long distance viewing. Bullet cameras are modified to fit in a weatherproof case to prevent rain, dust, dirt and other harmful elements making it ideal for outdoor use.


3) Infrared cameras — Infrared Cameras are mainly designed for night use or for locations having extremely poor or dim lighting. It has infrared LED lighting around it for night time use. When its dark its illumination capacity decreases because of which black and white images are produced.


4) Discreet Cameras — Discreet cameras as its name suggests are hidden cameras which are not visible to the human eye. They can be hidden anywhere behind a desk or even the fan. It is mainly used for spying purposes.


5) Varifocal Cameras — A camera with a varifocal lens allows you to change the aperture. It allows the operator to zoom in or out without losing focus on the main image. The larger the aperture more zoomed with clear detail will the image be. Smaller the aperture number less the detail captured.

6) Wireless Cameras — Wireless security cameras transmit images or video, audio signals to a wireless receiver through signaling mediums. They may or may not be connected to the Internet or are IP based. They are very easy to install.

7) Network cameras — Network cameras or IP cameras as they are known maybe wireless or hardwired and allow transmission of images and videos through the internet. They are controlled within a certain bandwidth. Network Cameras are easy to install and do not require a separate cable run or power boost to send images over a longer distance.

8) High Definition Cameras — High Definition Cameras (HD Cameras) produce images and videos with good quality. With high resolution lens, the users get captured images with fine detail.

9) PTZ cameras — PTZ cameras or Pan/tilt/zoom cameras give the surveillance operator the ability to move the camera left or right (pan); up and down (tilt); and zoom the lens closer or farther. These cameras are used to cover a wide area with a single camera. The variations of the camera are programmable or manually controllable.

For installation of CCTV’s, security systems and other security related services please contact:

Mr Abbas Netterwala

ACE Solutionz

Address: Survey №54, Badhe Nagar,
Khadi Machine Chowk,Kondhwa (BK).
Pune 411048.
Mobile: +91 9975679352
E-mail: info@acesolutionz.com


Home automation is a step forward in which everything has an assigned IP address, and can be monitored and accessed remotely.

Home automation or smart home is the residential extension of building automation and involves the control and automation of lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and security, as well as home appliances such as washer/dryers, ovens or refrigerators/freezers that use Wi-Fi for remote monitoring.

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Modern systems generally consist of switches and sensors connected to a central hub from which the system is controlled with a user interface that is interacted either with a wall-mounted terminal, mobile phone software, tablet computer or a web interface, often but not always via internet cloud services.

Home automation more accurately describes homes in which nearly everything — lights, appliances, electrical outlets, heating and cooling systems — are hooked up to a remotely controllable network. From a home security perspective, this also includes your alarm system, and all of the doors, windows, locks, smoke detectors, surveillance cameras and any other sensors that are linked to it.

In short, Home automation gives you access to control devices in your home from a mobile device anywhere in the world.


Automation is one of the two main characteristics of home automation. Automation refers to the ability to program and schedule events for the devices on the network. Image result for home automationThe programming may include time-related commands, such as having your water heater turn on at a specific time before you come home. It can also include non-scheduled events, such as turning on all the lights in your home when your security system alarm is triggered or when you walk out of the room.

There are many such options in home automation which will help you get solutions to make your lifestyle better.


It’s been just a decade or so in which home automation has developed so much and become popular. In the past, Home automation was considered only for large commercial buildings and expensive homes which had its own limitations. The automation provided only basic control and advanced accessibility had not yet come in to the picture.

The huge part of credit for the development of home automation goes to Wi-Fi and smart devices which have helped us get control over our houses in our hands in a fraction of seconds.

Energy Efficiency

One clear advantage of home automation is the unmatched potential for energy savings, and therefore cost savings. Home Automation scheduling can be altered according to our programs so as to suit our energy usage and daily schedule. With more advanced and flexible home automation systems, devices can be automatically powered down during hours of the day when they’re not needed saving energy and costs.

What are the components of Home Automation?

Anything that can be connected to a network can be automated and controlled remotely.

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Security & Home Automation products keep you safe, manage energy consumption, and provide entertainment. Solutions for your home or business are available for every income level and lifestyle. Simply choose the automation, energy management, and convenience features you desire.

For security and home automation services please contact :

ACE Solutionz

Address: Survey No. 54, Badhe Nagar,
Khadi Machine Chowk,Kondhwa (BK).
Pune 411048.
Mobile : +91 9975679352
E-mail: info@acesolutionz.com