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The award winning IQ Panel2 is a 7″ HD touchscreen with built-in 5MP camera and multiple wireless radios in a clean, elegant, modern user interface. The IQ Panel2 keeps you connected to an entire ecosystem of smart devices giving you control over your entire home. Exciting new features like touchless disarming using Bluetooth and a built in glass break detector are enabled through powerful software that improves over time through regular software updates.
CONTROL YOUR SYSTEM FROM YOUR SMART PHONE
Use your smartphone (or any other mobile devices) to have more control over your home.
– Arm or disarm your home security system remotely
– Adjust your home automation devices remotely
– View your wireless security cameras remotely
SMASH AND CRASH TECHNOLOGY
System sends an alert at the first sign of entry, meaning that your system will not be vulnerable to an intruder who tries to break your security panel.
Hands-Free With Amazon Echo Voice Control
Amazon Echo makes it easier than ever to control your smart home with the hands-free convenience of voice commands.
Want to check the arming status of your smart home security system, change the temperature, or turn your living room light off? Just ask Alarm.com via Alexa, the Echo’s voice-controlled assistant. And, with a single voice command you can control all these devices at once.
DOOR AND WINDOW SENSORS
The Thin Door/Window Contact is designed for use on doors, windows, and other objects that open and close. It communicates with the control panel using a wireless frequency. When the magnet (which is mounted near the sensor) moves away from or closer to the door contact’s sensor, signals are transmitted to the control panel..
MOTION DETECTION SENSOR
Passive Infrared Motion Detector is a wall-mounted unit with wide-angle motion protection. It communicates with the control panel using a wireless frequency. When set to High (HI) Sensitivity Mode, the PIR has a maximum range of 30 ft deep x 50 ft wide. The PIR’s pet-immune feature can be set to tolerate animals up 55 lbs.
GLASS BREAK SENSOR
The Glass Break Detector is a fully-supervised, tamper-protected, ceiling- or wall-mounted unit. It communicates with the Control Panel using a wireless frequency. The detector provides a 15 ft maximum detection range, 360° maximum horizontal sensing angle, and dual-stage glass break detection.
MEDICAL PANIC ALERT SENSOR
This is like a panic button for those with health problems who may need immediate assistance at unexpected moments. Simply hold the button will call an ambulance to the home.
RECESSED DOOR SENSOR
Recessed Door Contact is the industry’s most flexible supervised door contact. It communicates with the Control Panel using a wireless frequency. It also allows a multitude of applications while hiding the transmitter within a door or window frame.
KEY CHAIN REMOTE
With the lightweight home security remote key chain, you can easily arm or disarm your home.
AVOID UNEXPECTED DISASTERS
Receive notifications for problems that require immediate action: leaks, smoke, carbon monoxide and changes in temperature.
FLOOD OR FREEZE SENSOR
This sensor is a fully supervised, tamper protected one-way frequency sensor. It will monitor the ambient temperature and will detect a wet/dry flood condition. The sensor reports wet/dry conditions and temperature to the panel, and sends notifications to your smartphone.
SMOKE AND HEAT SENSOR
Not your average smoke detector, this photo electronic sensor also detects a rise in heat temperature up to 135°F. When triggered, it will notify the monitoring center and fire department if needed, as well as your preferred contacts.
CARBON MONOXIDE SENSOR
The Wireless Carbon Monoxide Alarm is a 3V battery powered wireless detector intended for use with wireless alarm systems. The detector consists of an electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor assembly coupled to a wireless transmitter. The Wireless Carbon Monoxide Alarm communicates with the Control Panel and can send alarm, tamper and battery condition messages to the system’s control panel.