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BEAM opens first store at Majestic City with range of new security systems


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BEAM Corporation affiliated with the Thunder and Neon Group that is renowned for its engineering excellence in signage for 30 years, opened its first flagship store ceremoniously at No. 42, Second floor, Majestic City Shopping Complex, Bambalapitiya. 

BEAM offers a range of latest CCTV camera systems, burglar alarm systems, access controllers, time and attendance machines, smart locks and PABX and IP Phones products such as OpenVox and Grandstream. BEAM’s design and development unit, located in the United Kingdom develops a range of internationally accepted security solutions for homes and offices in Sri Lanka.

The speciality of BEAM products is that it has the latest security systems, which work on wireless technology, and these systems can be seamlessly integrated to various other systems. Customers also have the opportunity to assemble the systems on a ‘DIY’ (Do It Yourself) basis without a hassle, saving installation and configuration costs. BEAM also has systems, which trigger or set off an alarm when intruders try to enter an office or home through doors or windows. 

Further, there are vibration detectors, glass break detectors, gas leakage detectors and flood detectors. CCTV camera systems, alarm systems and other security systems can be connected to your mobile phone and even if you are overseas, you can easily control and monitor the situation with a live video feed. 

BEAM Corporation believes that it is paramount to establish a secure living space for a better quality life and this has been the company’s vision. Its head office is located in 191, Kesbewa Road, Boralesgamuwa and all these products can be purchased at their Majestic City showroom or inquire online via www.beam.lk.

 


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