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Smoke Cloak

Smoke Cloak

We want to thank Kevin Paul of Smoke Cloak for coming to Com-Linq Central Station and demonstrating their SmokeCloakDNA for us. It is very impressive! Check them out at:  http://www.smokecloak.com/en/    ...
Phone System

Phone System

On Tuesday, October 10, 2017, beginning at 10:00 a.m., Com-Linq Central Station will begin updating our phone system and service.  While we expect the transition to go smoothly, we want you to be aware of the update. The most notable difference will be our outbound...

Little Rock Permits

Beginning in August, 2017, Com-Linq Central Station began emailing the City of Little Rock a .csv file containing all of the accounts entered that month in the city of Little Rock.   This email is sent out on the 27th of each month to be in compliance with their false...

Notifications

According to the 2013 edition of NFPA 72 (the previous editions had similar language): 26.5.6.2 Upon receipt of an alarm, supervisory, or trouble signal by the remote supervising station, the operator on duty shall be responsible for immediately notifying the owner or...

A.C. Fail signals

According to the 2013 edition of NFPA 72 (the 2010 has similar language): 2013: 10.6.9.3* Unless prohibited by the authority having jurisdiction, supervising station alarm systems shall be arranged to delay transmission of primary power failure signals for a period...

Licensing

Com-Linq Central Station is a division of Guard Tronic, Inc., and is licensed through the parent company.   Our state license numbers are: Arkansas              E-050 Oklahoma            0180 Texas Burglary    B14064 Texas Fire            ACR-2907 Our False Alarm...

Contracts

Com-Linq Central Station is happy to endorse Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum as a provider of alarm industry contracts.   Ken Kirschenbaum has been “the alarm industry’s attorney” since 1977 and has served on many prominent cases in our industry. ...