Era has introduced WindowSense, a wireless integrated sensor that alerts homeowners to attempted intrusion via the windows when connected to the Era Protect Alarm hub.

The battery-operated sensor and magnetic contact are fitted into the internal frame of a window during fabrication. When window is opened, the link between the two elements is broken, prompting the sensor to transmit a signal to the Era Protect Alarm hub.

This will trigger the alarm and send a notification to the homeowner via the Era Protect app. A tamper switch also ensures that any interference with the sensor will activate the same alarm and app notifications.

Available in white, black or tan, WindowSense fits discreetly within the eurogroove of a wide range of PVCu profiles and is ideal for any size or style of home.

Era Protect is an app-controlled alarm system with potential to add up to 96 accessories including a video doorbell and indoor, outdoor and floodlight cameras.

WindowSense is the first product within the range that can be fitted at the point of fabrication, giving fabricators have the opportunity to cross-sell the complete Era Protect offering.

Kerry Blackford, Head of Product at Era, said: “WindowSense is easily integrated as part of the fabrication process and provides homeowners with a flexible smart security solution that can be added in the future with other Era Protect devices to extend the level of protection throughout a property.”

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