Here at Sentinor, we have been working hard to take our company forward and branch into the eCommerce Sector .We are now proud to announce the launch of our new online store where you can directly buy our products with ease..
Products now available online are Sentinor’s Legacy 407-NT Pendant, Legacy Universal Transmitter and some product accessories and spare parts.
We hope that you will enjoy the new online store and find it easy to use, payments can be made with a debit card, credit card and PayPal.
Click the poster image in this post to open the Sentinor Store webpage.
For more information on our security solutions please contact the Sentinor sales team.
Here at Sentinor we have been designing a new product which will be known as Sentinor’s Legacy 407-NC (Nurse Call) Pendant.
The new Legacy 407-NC Pendant has been specifically designed to assist people in environments involving the elderly such as nursing homes.
We have chosen the colours of the new pendant to have white enclosure with an orange button. This has been chosen to match industry standard for nurse call pendants, making it easier for the client to identify the new Legacy 407-NC Pendant whether it is equipped on them or not.
For more information or to submit your interest in our new product, please visit the Legacy 407-NC Pendant solution by clicking the image above.
With our generation the world is connected together online, more and more we are buying, selling and communicating to people everyday using our phones, devices and computers. So Sentinor is taking this opportunity to move some of their sales to eCommerce,
At Sentinor we plan to open up a store on our website to make buying our products easier and more efficient for our customers. So to kick start it all off, products such as the Sentinor Legacy 407-S Pendant have been listed on the well known online marketplace – ebay.
The Sentinor Legacy 407-S Pendant has been designed and engineered to be a direct replacement for the 4601-50 style pendant transmitter. It works harmoniously with any 4600 series radio systems. If you would like to order the Sentinor Legacy 407-S Pendants, feel free to click the ebay image on this post and it will direct you straight to the listing!
For more information on our security solutions please visit our website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sentinor have been securing historical properties across the UK and Ireland for over 20 years, and now it seems Hollywood has gotten in on the act. Several prime time television shows including Game of Thrones, Dr Thorne and Sherlock have recently been filmed in many of the properties we have worked with, such as Castle Ward, Montacute House and Tyntesfield.
With extensive grounds, imposing architecture, paintings and artifacts from a variety of periods in history, it’s easy to see why. The ‘golden age of television’, as it has been referred to has brought about a new breed of fan, eager to embark on location tours of their favourite shows. This, while increasing visitor levels for the National Trust, also increases the likelihood of risk to properties. Luckily, with the Legacy PAG8 System in place, house managers can be easily connected to the entire property, using a range of devices, such as staff pendants, pagers, panic buttons and covert tamper sensors.
For more details of our Legacy products or to update an existing system, contact us today on 01934 743440 or email@example.com.
Lily Allen hit the headlines recently after the man who stalked her for seven years was convicted of burglary. He broke into her house while her children were sleeping, stole her bag and tried to attack her in bed.
Alex Gray’s hate campaign began in 2009 when he claimed to have written her song ‘The Fear’. He sent letters, trolled the singer online and threatened her during a concert. Luckily no one was hurt during the break-in.
Celebrities and other wealthy public figures can be a target for fanatics and intruders. Securing their personal safety and valuable property from malicious intent is a priority.
Sentinor secure several National Trust, Heritage and high net worth sites with the LEGACY-PAG8 System. Triggered by a number of sensors it will alert residents or staff of intrusion, attempted theft, fire, break-ins or other threatening events. LEGACY-PAG8 provides information from multiple sources including artefact security systems, fire and intruder alarms, door bells and panic buttons.
As one recent LEGACY-PAG8 client puts it:
“Now the system has been installed we are safe in the knowledge that it is protecting us all.”
The French government have barred a piece of art from leaving the country for 30 months while they investigate whether it’s a masterpiece by Italian artist Caravaggio.
A couple in Toulouse found it as they were fixing a leak in their roof two years ago and passed it to an art expert. If discovered to be genuine it could be worth up to £94m.
Sentinor have developed an even smaller version of the LEGACY Spider sensor to safeguard items as potentially valuable as this. The Mini Spider is similar in size to a £1 coin and can be deployed with minimal invasion using double sided tape or wire. It works with the existing LEGACY PAG8+ System and has a range of up to 30 metres.
If the painting is indeed the real ‘Judith Beheading Holofernes’, as suggested by the Louvre ‘s Eric Turquin, first refusal will be given to the French government. In the meantime, securing it will be a priority.
Sentinor: Using a 18th Century Stables to Connect an Estate to the 21st Century
Sentinor have recently completed a complicated and sensitive upgrade to the alarm system in a Grade 1 listed house in the South of England.
“We are faced with a number of problems with the existing alarm system, including panic button black spots and out buildings whose alarms were unmonitored” said the owner.
Sentinor did a thorough appraisal of the situation, and, using a clever combination of Legacy and Pag8 products, managed to save the owner many thousands of pounds as well as the disturbance of digging through a listed garden.
The appraisal highlighted that there were a number of redundant buildings which could be used as radio hubs for alarm signals from outlying buildings. At the request of the owner, the footprint of the panic buttons was significantly upgraded as well.
The new systems was installed in two days, significantly less than it would have taken to undertake the ground works, had a trenching solution been deployed. And the owner isn’t missing the disturbance. “We have a very high level of traffic on roads and footpaths. The work that Sentinor did ensured that it was business as usual.”
The Estate’s regular alarm providers will now connect the new system into the regular alarm system.
“I am delighted to think that we can now benefit from 21st Century technology throughout our Estate.”
£23m Francis Bacon heist went unnoticed for five months
Today it is reported that five paintings by the Irish artist Francis Bacon have been stolen from the flat of a friend in Madrid some five months ago.
Worth an estimated £23m, these treasures were the property of an individual who is described as a close friend of the artist.
The apartment was left vacant only briefly. Neighbours and the on-site staff reported hearing nothing unusual.
Access was gained through a disarming of the security system.
“Once again, this shows how surreptitiously the criminal fraternity can work,”said Peter Rogers, CEO of Sentinor.
“Where once an alarm system was more than adequate, now sensible systems boast features that are both overt and covert,” he continued.
Sentinor, working with its partners, is one of the few security companies that can provide both covert and overt solutions. “The UK security world has much to learn from our work with special forces on our covert solutions.”
Great testimonial for Sentinor’s very own John Carroll
Sentinor’s Project Engineer John Carroll recently installed a Legacy Pager System upgrade to secure the beautiful National Trust property Chastleton House, and received some excellent feedback from Visitor Operations Manager Sebastian Conway:
“A big thank you to John and everyone involved with the Chastleton pager system upgrade. We’re really pleased with the new system and appreciate the short completion time. John did a fantastic job and was professional, courteous and thorough in explaining the system and how it operates during his time on site.”
CEO Peter Rogers said: “I’m delighted to have received your feedback on John. The National Trust is actually our smallest market but it is vitally important to us because, like many, we have a soft spot and enjoy helping the unique cause.”
The Irish Times is reporting that a man has been charged with the theft of 67 antique books, which includes a 1660 edition of the King James Bible, of which only six copies exist.
Andrew Shannon (51) has been found guilty of illegally handling the books, which originated in the library of Carton House, Co Kildare. They had been put into storage during the restoration of the house.
Mr Shannon had claimed that the books had been purchased by him at a fair or a fete, and they were being used to decorate his house. He lives in Willans Way, Ongar, Co Dublin.
However the jury delivered the guilty verdict after just over four hours of deliberation.
The books had been individually photographed by him in when Carton House was undergoing some major restoration. When it came to putting the books back in the Library in 2006, he noticed that they were missing.
“We are delighted for the Mallaghan family and the Gardai that they have managed to rescue these gems” said Peter Rogers of Sentinor.
“At Sentinor, we are at the forefront of providing technology to help prevent this sort of incident, and our doors are always open to the guardians of precious items to ensure that this doesn’t happen.”