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Intruder Alarms by Gerard Honey

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Intruder Alarms by Gerard Honey

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This text covers Intruder Alarm Systems (C&G 1851 syllabus) and provides the foundation knowledge required for level 2 NVQ in Understanding, Specifying, Installing and Maintaining Intruder Alarms (C&G 1863, 1864, 1865). Each chapter contains self-tests and summaries.


Intruder Alarms is the only book available that provides a comprehensive guide to intruder alarm systems for installation engineers, systems designers and security officers. Summaries and review questions also make this book an ideal student text, with the content carefully matched to the UK Security Industry Training Organisation (SIIO) NVQs.
Gerard Honey is an experienced installer and writer and has used that experience to produce a book that not only provides essential information in a way that is easy to follow and learn, but also makes the book a fine practical source of advice.
  • Only course book written for syllabus for Security NVQ
  • Comprehensive study of intruder alarms
  • Author is a practising international security systems expert
  • Additional Information

    SKU GOR001970941
    Title Intruder Alarms
    Author By (author) Gerard Honey
    Contributor No
    Condition VERYGOOD
    Binding Type Paperback
    Publisher Elsevier Science & Technology
    Year Published 1997
    Page Number 240
    ISBN 0750632380
    ISBN13 9780750632386
    Cover Note Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
    Prizes No
    Edition Text N/A
    Note This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.
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