system tors. As soon as it does not receive a signal from at least one of them, an alarm is sent to inform users of the loss of communication. Additionally, the hub reports high noise levels on the radio channel, which may indicate deliberate jamming attempts or other significant interference. For example, a neighbour's faulty radio receiver.
Can Ajax radio signals be intercepted?
No. Device data is encrypted using a floating number algorithm before being sent. For added protection, each device has a unique identifier that helps prevent tampering.
What information does Ajax collect and why?
Ecology and health
I heard that radio signals can harm a person's health, especially men. Is there any truth in that?
There are many things that negatively affect a person's health. Among these, there is a sedentary lifestyle, the abuse of alcohol and other drugs or a poor diet. Our equipment is none of that. And, in addition to being human-friendly, our devices are environmentally friendly. We even have the EU certificates to prove it.
Who responds to an alarm if I'm not home?
In theory, you could give your neighbors access to the network. This way they will also receive alerts and can make sure everything is fine. That said, we recommend entrusting this responsibility to security professionals - Ajax works with Central Monitoring Stations around the world.
How much does it cost to use Ajax each month?
Ajax is free when you use it yourself for self-monitoring. You will only have to pay a monthly fee if you connect to the monitoring station. The cost will depend on where you are located, the size, the type of premises and the number of services requested.