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Pool Alarms

If you have a pool, and you have youngsters or grandchildren, one of the best things you can do to protect them is install a pool alarm.
The swimming pool alarm can alert you if someone or something has gotten into the pool, like one of your children. A child can drown in just two inches of water. If your child falls into the pool he could be in danger even if he knows how to swim. These alarms are extremely beneficial when it comes to preventing tragedy because a fence alone is not sufficient enough.
Even if you don't have children, a swimming pool alarm is still a good idea. Accidents can also happen with adults who don't know how to swim or who have fallen into the pool. Cherished pets can have swimming pool accidents as well. It is better to be safe than sorry. A swimming pool alarm can give you peace of mind that you have made your swimming pool as safe as possible for your friends and loved ones.

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Question: How loud is the alarm?

Answer: The alarm has a 100 decibel alarm that sounds when movement is detected. Half the block will hear this alarm, so you will know when someone falls in. You will hear this at the base unit in the pool and at the remote in your house. A pool alarm is not supposed to substitute for a lifeguard or supervision. Never leave a child alone near a pool, even to go get a glass of water or answer the phone. That is when you usually have a drowning.

Question: How Does this alarm work?

Answer: The concept behind a pool alarm is quite simple; they are a device that you place in the water and it will monitor the water for movement. If movement is detected by the electronic sensor, it will sound an audible alarm to warn you. Since a child can drown in the time it takes to go get a glass of water, a pool alarm should be mandatory in every pool in American.

Question: Where will I hear the alarm?

Answer: The sound of the alarm will be heard at the alarm itself in the pool and at the remote receiver that can be up to 300 feet away from the pool.

Question: Can I shut the alarm off when I am in the pool?

Answer: You can turn the alarm off when swimming and then when you are finished, you simply reset the alarm to guard mode.


Question: Is this so sensitive that a dog drinking from the pool will set it off?

Answer: This will depend on how close the dog is to the alarm. Generally, this will not be enough water disruption to trigger the alarm, but it is possible.


Question: What else do I do the help secure my pool?

Answer: You may also want to consider one of the many motion detectors with alarms on our site. These can be positioned in such a way as to detect motion entering the pool area before anyone can get in the pool. The audible alarm can scare off any uninvited guests before they can get to the water.