The Monitor 4000 Exit Alarm, PROTECTING your EMPLOYEES and PROFITS by controlling your restaurant's back door.



  • Restaurant employee going out the back door
  • Employee Theft through the backdoor
  • Fast food employee at frosty machine
  • Propped open door

Protecting Profits at the Following Locations:

Acapulco, Adtek, Air National Guard, Ameriserve, Applebee’s, Arby’s Corp, Atlantis Hotels, Black Angus, Burger King*, California Pizza Kitchen, Carl’s Jr., Carnegie Mellon University, Chevy's, Denny’s*, Dollar General, El Torito, F.B.I., Golden Corral, Hardees, Holiday Inn, Hooter's, Iron Skillet, IHOP, Jack In The Box, KFC*, Logan’s Roadhouse, Lyons, Marie Callender’s, McDonald’s*, MGM Grand, Mimi’s Café, O’Charley’s, Olive Garden, Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Grill, Perkins, PF Changs, Piccadilly Cafeterias, Pilot Corp, Bonefish Grill, Red Lobster, Ritz Carlton, Ruby Tuesday’s, Safe Masters, Sizzler, Taco Bell*, Cheesecake Factory, Tony Romas*, U. S. Air Force, U.C. Riverside , U.S Post Office, U.S. Immigration Court, Unisys Corporation, Washington Correctional, Wendy’s*, World of Beer

*Indicates a Franchisee

What Are People Saying?

  • Monitor 4000 Exit Alarm in use

    Monitor 4000 Exit Alarm is an excellent door alarm for stores and restaurants. Stops inventory going out the back door. Usually pays for itself in 90 days!

  • Monitor 4000 Exit Alarm Dealer

    We make it super easy, you sell the unit and we handle the follow up, training and tech support.

  • Monitor 4000 Exit Alarm Tech Support

    Every Monitor 4000 Exit Alarm comes with FREE tech support for the life of the unit.

    Need to order extra keys, train your staff or trouble shoot? Not a problem.

  • Try It Before You Buy It

    We are so confidant you'll love the Monitor 4000 Exit alarm, we are willing to send you one to try!

Recommended Back Door Policies

Throughout the years we have been in business, we have collected a few tips and tricks from national loss prevention leaders

  1. Lock place settingEmployees should never enter or leave by the backdoor.
  2. The backdoor should be supervised at all times by management and/or an effective backdoor system.
  3. Management should never leave their keys in the back or in the alarm or give their secret code (monitor 5000) to other employees. (Severe disciplinary action suggested).
  4. The backdoor should never be left unattended and propped open.
  5. One of the following situations should be taking place at your backdoor at all times:
    1. Authorized activity.
    2. The door is secured and the alarm is armed.
    3. A siren is sounding, notifying management that either a or b above is not happening.

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