CONTROL PANELS – EXPANSION MODULES – KEYPADS

CONTROL PANELS – EXPANSION MODULES - KEYPADS

ALARM CONTROL PANEL

This is the “brain” of the alarm system. Terminals for all peripheral devices like keypad, motion detector, siren, etc. are located into it. An alarm system can be divided into more than 192 zones for proper intrusion control.

It has an autonomous battery supply for uninterruptable functioning in case of  power failure and digital encoder for sending signals to the Central Station.

Alarm signals are emitted from zone, arm –  disarm, power – battery loss, regular good communication test, peripheral devices, wire/cable protection, personal threat, medical aid, fire etc.
It can be easily extended by placing the appropriate expansion module.

It offers the ability to enable automation from specific outputs available , such as turning lights on, closing rolling shutters or doors in case of alarm and many others.

It can receive commands via conventional telephone line , cell phone or internet, including arm/disarm or activate various automations , such as heating , etc., through a suitable device.

ALARM CONTROL PANELS - MODELS

ALARM ZONE EXPANSION MODULE

The 8-Zone Expansion Module adds zones in the alarm control panel. It can be placed into one or more of any Paradox control panels. It can be mounted remotely, even at distance up to 2.5Km using HUB2 amplifier, forming a local alarm substation.

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Entering your personal secret code, you can arm or disarm your alarm system. Additionally, , the LED or LCD display shows you all the information regarding your alarm system , such as arm status , power supply , alarm memory , problems etc.

In touch keypads can also display blueprints or floor plans. They also have an SD memory card slot for “uploading” photos, internal thermometer and slot for external thermometer.

From the keypad, you can also activate the alarm in case of personal threat, need of medical aid and fire. In this case appropriate signals will be sent to our Signal Receiving Center for our assistance if you have this service.