Fast Access to Your Alarm System

Each day opens the door to any number of events, activities and possibilities. Whether going to work or school, running errands, travelling, etc. your Louisiana home is vacant for hours on end. Currently in Louisiana, there’s a one in 28 chance of becoming a victim to property crime1. So while you are away, it’s important to help safeguard your property with an ADT monitored home system. The digital touchpad can monitor up to 40 window/door sensors and is easy to operate— even during an emergency.

Making a Difference

Manage your ADT monitoring system using the LCD digital touchpad. It allows the alarm system to be quickly armed or disarmed with a key-entered password. Also, in the event of an emergency, the police, fire department and paramedics can be quickly contacted with the simple press of a button. If you are away and your system is triggered, ADT will immediately notify you. When every second matters, the digital touchpad becomes more than a piece of technology; it becomes a lifeline.

Two-Way Talking

The digital touchpad features a microphone that allows clear, two-way talking (with voice command). If you need to contact ADT during an emergency, their highly trained emergency personnel can speak with you directly via the two-way speaker panel. No phones are necessary! Just look for two-way voice capability selected on one of our packages for availability.

A Reliable, Self-Testing Control Panel

Never wonder if the digital touchpad is working correctly; the unit is self-testing and conducts a test every hour. If an issue is detected during one of the hourly tests, the system will alert an ADT monitoring center in less than a minute. We understand how critical it is for your system to be up-to-date and operational 24 hours a day; seven days a week.

Be Safe and Schedule your Appointment Today

All of our monitored systems are professionally installed by Protect Your Home Security Advisors. For 24/7 home protection, call Protect Your Home to book your installation appointment today.

1U.S. Department of Justice, 1999