Stable Alarms

stable alarms

Mobeye stable alarms

The most serious threats to horses and stable yards are fire and theft. An alarm system for your horse stable or cattle shed is essential for the safety of your horses and livestock, as well as the safety and security of your farm. A remote alarm for the barn, stable, and tack room is a must. When the alarm is triggered, Mobeye 2G GSM / 4G LTE-M stable alarms send a notification to your mobile phone – even if you are not present at the stables.

Mobeye stable alarms are 100% battery powered, wireless and require no cabling.

Intruder alarm systems for stable and tackroom

When choosing stable alarms, the first consideration should be the type of detectors available with the alarm system. Most security systems come with ‘internal’ style PIR infrared detectors, which are not suitable for use outdoors or in dusty stables as they will constantly give false alarms.

The Optex VX Infinity system used in the Mobeye Outdoor includes two ‘external’ detectors which are highly reliable with temperature compensation built in. The external detectors are also immune to small animals. The result is a sound and highly reliable stable alarm system. By limiting the detection range, false alarms caused by unwanted movement (e.g. persons or animals outside the protected area) can be eliminated.

Check out our access control systems for securing the entrance gate. Use the Mobeye CM4000 or MS100E for remote switching on/off the drinking water pump, the electric fence or sprinkler system.

Remote fire alarm for barn or stable

Another concern for horse owners is the risk of a barn fire or barn fire. Fire damage to horse stables can be minimised or prevented through construction techniques, management practices and fire detection. However, smoke and heat detectors are not ideal for stables. Small particles are released into the air and pollute smoke detectors. Heat detectors are a better solution, but the housing material will suffer from the ammonia in the air. If you do not want to have to replace the heat detector every two years, it is better to place the heat detector in the technical room. According to the fire service, most fires start in the technical room on the farm. A barn fire can be prevented by disconnecting the batteries of devices that are placed in the barn at night.

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