Eurosec CP8 Wired Security System

A budget-friendly solution.

The Eurosec CP8 is an 8 zone system that relies on wires.

Having 8 zones means you can add 8 different detection devices around your home and I can program each one individually to perform a specific task.

The Eurosec CP8 is the cheapest system that I am prepared to install and maintain for its usable life (see my Annual Service Contract for wired systems). I can even install systems for deaf or blind customers, which may help to bring peace of mind for you, a partner or other vulnerable loved one.

I believe that, for sheer reliablity, a wired system is better than a more expensive wireless one if your property can accommodate it without too much disruption. It is an ideal system to install if you are currently renovating your house and everything has been taken back to the plaster anyway.

Unfortunately, if your house is currently in a finished state, the fact that it is expensive to ‘make good’ after a wired installation may mean that you are better off with a wireless one.

Supply & Fit – £300 plus VAT

I will supply and install a full system for £300 plus VAT.

What You Get

  • An initial consultation with you to establish your needs
  • A wired intruder alarm system
    • A control panel (usually hidden in a cupboard somewhere)
    • A fixed keypad to operate the system (usually located in your hallway)
    • A bell box (fitted high on an outside wall of your property)
    • Two (2) standard detection devices (sensors) of your choice*
        Extra devices (sensors) can be fitted at a cost of £55 plus VAT each
  • I come along to wire up the system in your house
    • I sometimes bring somebody to help with the installation of a wired system but I remain fully responsible for the decision-making and the quality of the work

* Detection Devices (Sensors)

There are various types of detection device (sensor) available. Which one is best for you very much depends on the property and considerations such as whether you have young children, older children or pets. The pros and cons of the different types of sensor really need to be discussed with you on an individual basis.

Generally speaking, the most common types of sensor are:

  • Movement sensors, which are used to protect rooms
  • Vibration sensors, which are used on windows or doors

The system as described above is sufficient to protect a small property with two downstairs rooms.

Please feel free to contact me or call me on for a no-obligation home survey and consultation.


I take the time to look at your home properly before I start work. Just like you, I hate to see wires everywhere. Over the years, I have developed many ingenious techniques for hiding them. I believe that taking the time and trouble to get it right from the start results in less trouble for me in the long term and a higher degree of satisfaction for you overall.