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Security Cabling

Access control, mag lock, alarm system, and PIR (Passive Infrared) cabling are all components of a comprehensive security system:

Access Control: Access control systems regulate entry and exit to specific areas, allowing or denying access to authorized personnel. These systems often use keycards, biometrics, or PINs for authentication.

Mag Lock: A magnetic lock, also known as a mag lock, is an electromagnet that keeps a door securely locked until it receives a signal to release. It's commonly used in conjunction with access control systems.

Alarm System: An alarm system detects and alerts in the event of unauthorized entry, fire, or other security breaches. It can be integrated with other security components for a more robust solution.

PIR Cabling: Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors detect changes in infrared radiation emitted by moving objects. PIR cabling is the wiring used to connect these sensors to the central security system. Proper cabling and installation are crucial to ensure the seamless operation of these security components and their integration into a cohesive security infrastructure. If you have any specific questions or need further details about these systems, feel free to ask!