About Us

At Flair we produce quality electronic security products and provide all of our customers prompt, courteous and comprehensive service. We will make sure the products we produce work per our specifications and our customer’s requirements. We promise to work in a timely and efficient manner to answer questions and get any information requested. We guarantee our customer’s satisfaction. Flair Electronics was founded in 1967…

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Products

Flair Electronics provides high quality Reed Switches, Magnetic Contacts, Water Sensors, Perimeter Detection Sensors, Annunciators, Graphic Displays, Door Alarms and custom products…

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Applications

Our High Security Magnetic Contacts are ideal for your bank security applications. Our most popular products are listed below, including BMS, DPDT BMS, Solid Aluminum Surface Mount Magnetic Contacts, Resistors, Magnetic Tamper Resistant Contacts…

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Blog

In recent years, school security has understandably come under high scrutiny. Fire and earthquake drills have long been practiced, but schools are realizing the necessity for all types of emergency…

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Recent Articles

  • Hotel Security Jul 25 - The hotel industry was forced to evaluate their security procedures in the days and months following the October 1, 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas. 24-hour security was placed outside the elevators at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino shortly after the shooting and many other hotels across the country ... read more
  • Fence Vibration Sensors for Construction Sites Nov 17 - According to The American Fence Company “Jobsite thefts of tools, equipment and materials continues to be an issue plaguing the construction industry. Unsecured construction sites are easy targets for thieves, especially those lacking adequate security measures. Heavy equipment, power and hand tools and materials such as copper are the most ... read more
  • Back to School Security Aug 24 - As summer comes to a close, millions of kids across the country are headed back to school. Officials often use the summer break to review and update security procedures for the new year.