The GE Personal Security Deluxe Door Alarm provides a simple-to-use, cost-effective security solution to protect you and your family against home invasions thanks to the 120-decibel alarm, loud enough to make a would-be intruder think twice about entering through your door. The system is also extremely easy to use. The deluxe door alarm features a contemporary design with easy access buttons and controls for simple operation. This straightforward concept makes using the GE Personal Security Deluxe Door Alarm intuitive, no matter what your technological skills may be. Perfect for homes, apartments, dorm rooms and offices. The GE Personal Security Deluxe Door Alarm couldn't be any easier to install. No measuring or messing with templates. Simply mount the deluxe door alarm using the provided versatile mounting plate that accommodates temporary or permanent mounting (screws and double-sided tape included). The deluxe door alarm features a four-digit keypad for programming your custom pin, to secure any door in your home. Using the deluxe door alarm is a breeze. You can select instant or delayed alarms with the flip of an easy-access switch. In the 'away' mode, you have 45 seconds to exit your home after you arm the system. When you get back home, simply open the door and deactivate the alarm within 30 seconds by entering your custom four-digit code. The 30-second delay helps to eliminate false triggering of the alarm. When you're home, simply select 'Home' mode for an instant alarm. With a 120-decibel siren, the GE Personal Security Deluxe Door Alarm is loud enough to alert you or your neighbors of a possible break-in. The siren is sure to scare any intruder, and will give you plenty of warning to alert the authorities and get your family to safety. When not in 'alarm' mode, all the alarms in the Alarm Kit offer a chime setting that alerts each time a door is opened. This is a great safety feature if you have small children that may make their way outside unsupervised. Next, check that the batteries are fresh using the battery test switch or low battery indicator. It's that easy! There's no wiring involved, so the kit is simple for anyone to install. Perfect for homes, apartments, dorm rooms and offices.
Easy to install and requires no wiring
Door alarm uses four-digit keypad to set security code for arming/disarming
120-decibel deluxe door alarm with keypad for peace of mind
The Ademco 5828V is an excellent addition to any Lynx system. The Honeywell 5828V Wireless Voice Keypad preserves your valuable time by offering the quickest and easiest installation of any secondary keypad on the market.
The 5828V is quick and easy to install: it is not necessary to run any wires. The unit will mount anywhere, on counters, walls, and tabletops - and it even supplies the flexibility and convenience of operating the system from any location in the home.
The 5828V speaks the system status and zone information in plain English, and you can employ the use of the built-in family message center to record and play back your own voice messages.
Works well with Honeywell home security systems like the Vista 20P and the Lynx Touch 5000. Purchase with LiveWatch alarm monitoring and you can configure your home security system to call the police if there is an intruder, call the fire department if there is a fire or contact other emergency personal if there is a flood, freeze, carbon monoxide lead or other environmental issue. The Honeywell Ademco Vista 20P, Vista 15P and Lynx Touch all enable video monitoring, remote access, home automation, surveillance cameras and more.
Remote triggering input Accomodates up to 120 users Microprocessor and EEPROM technology Keypad programmable Flush mount design mounted on back of keypad Stainless steel faceplate 4 independent timers; 4 independent outputs assignable by code Field selectable 12 or 24 VAC/VDC 5-amp lock release relay
Linear Access Control Digital Keypad, Outdoor (ACP00750)
Manufacturer: LINEAR RESEARCH
The Linear AK-21W Exterior Digital Keypad is a digital keyless entry system designed for outdoor access control applications. The keypad is housed in a rugged, die-cast metal enclosure and is designed to be mounted in a standard single-gang electrical box. The die-cast keys have bright, easy-to-read yellow graphics. Up to 480 entry codes, from 1 to 6 digits in length, can be programmed. They can activate either, or both, of the relay outputs. Relay #1 has a 5 Amp capacity. Relay #2 has a 1 Amp capacity. The relays can be set for timed or latch-on/latch-off toggle operation per each individual entry code. The on or off toggle state of a relay is maintained even after power interruption. When power is restored to the keypad, each relay will assume the state it was in when power was removed. All system indicators and lights are long-lasting, solid-state LEDs. Two indicators show the status of the entry system. The left indicator lights red to indicate power, then turns green when access is granted. The right indicator lights yellow when the keypad is in lockout condition (from too many incorrect code entries). The REQUEST-TO-EXIT input can be wired to a pushbutton to provide codeless activation of Main Relay, Auxiliary Relay, Output #3, or Output #4 (programmable) for authorized personnel. The "anti-passback" feature prevents using the same code twice before the programmed time elapses. The ALARM SHUNT output activates when access is granted. This output can be wired to shunt alarm contacts on the access door/gate to prevent triggering of an alarm when authorized access occurs. Two solid state outputs, capable of switching 100 mA to common, are programmable to signal forced entry, door ajar, lockout, alarm circuit shunting, request-to-enter, and keypad active conditions.
1 Output: Form C relay output (5A@28VDC). 100 unique 4-8 digit codes, 111,110,000 possible user code combinations. Stainless-steel face, durable and attractive. Easily delete individual codes. Programmable lockout after 5-10 unsuccessful attempts to key in code. Output relay activation buzzer (programmable): Sounds while the output relay is activated. Relay output inhibit control. Auto or manual code entry checking: Auto mode: All codes have the same number of digits, no # key required after each code. Manual mode: Codes can vary in number of digits, # key must be pressed after every code. Egress input: Lets users exit the protected premises without keying in the code. Built-in tamper (N.C.) circuit. EEPROM memory: Prevents data loss. Power: 12~24V AC/DC.