Wireless alarm panel
The Secvest 2WAY wireless alarm panel is the high end wireless alarm center of the ABUS Security-Center line. With 48 wireless and 2 wired alarm zones (DEOL), bidirectional wireles...
The Secvest 2WAY wireless alarm panel is the high end wireless alarm center of the ABUS Security-Center line. With 48 wireless and 2 wired alarm zones (DEOL), bidirectional wireless control elements and innovative backlight function for the status display. The Secvest 2WAY wireless alarm panel is setting new function and design standards in wireless alarm technology. For continuous all-round protection, from private homes to large office complexes – in a minimum of space. In addition, you have the capability of controlling household appliances via one of the two relay outputs on the circuit board.
With the use of wireless universal modules, you can connect up to 32 wireless outputs. Communication between the center and its components takes place on 868.6625 MHz – a radio frequency, which is exclusively reserved for the security industry. The latest FM radio technology with millions of codes and duplex antenna technology guarantee reliable transmission of the signals and quick and easy installation of the system and its components. The coverage is approximately 30 meters in buildings, depending on structural conditions, and up to 100 meters in the open.
The Secvest 2WAY wireless alarm panel is an elegant shade of white and stands out not only for its design but also for to its user-friendliness. In addition to the innovative wireless remote control, which communicates the current status via its integrated LEDs, the following are included: The center's LCD display with scroll capability, the status information by means of voice messages and the option to arm/disarm the system via a chip key or the Secvest wireless cylinder.
Operation is also possible via PIN code. Up to 50 users can be set up (with different codes and authorizations). When there is an alarm, there is a wireless outside siren and an emergency call center is contacted. Via the integrated dialling unit (AWAG and AWUG), the voice messages recorded in the foreground and the digital protocols can be sent.