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Weighing less than one ounce and at just about the size of a quarter, the Wireless Panic Button is your best option for triggering your emergency alarm within 150 feet of your control panel.
This is a wireless, tamper protected door/window sensor. This sensor is most commonly used on the windows of your home. In the event that a window is opened while your system is armed, your alarm will sound immediately.
The passive infrared motion detector monitors for motion within its area of surveillance. The motion detector has a 110 degree viewing spread with a 90 degree lookdown. When the motion detector is armed, your alarm will sound if movement is detected within a 30×50 foot range. The 2gig motion detector is immune to pets up to 55 lbs.
Compared to the door/window contact, the glass break detector monitors for the sound of breaking glass. With dual shatter recognition technology, your alarm will sound as broken glass has been detected within the radius of your glass break detector
This super switch takeover module allows us to integrate your existing wired or wireless security system with the2Gig GC2 Panel. The super switch is mounted next to or near your existing hardwired control panel, and your existing wired or wireless equipment is then converted to a signal that communicates with the 2Gig GC2 Panel.
These smoke/heat detectors are connected to the alarm panel and use photoelectric technology to intelligently sense a fire before it is too late. While the heat detector uses both fixed temperature and rate-of-rise technologies to detect a fire.
A monitored carbon monoxide detector will trigger the alarm if CO gas, a colorless and odorless toxic gas, is detected within the home. When detected, a loud alarm will go off warning to vacate the premises and our monitoring station will also notify everyone on the contact list of the gas leak.
The key fob enables you to turn the 2GIG system on and off before entering the home or after exiting. If there is an emergency, you can turn on the siren and automatically call the central monitoring station. If lamp modules have been installed, you can use the key fob to turn all system ‐ controlled lights on or off via the open collector output.
The TS1 Touch Screen is another alternative for a secondary control panel inside your home. There can be up to 4 TS1 panels per system. These panels are an extension of your main 2Gig GC2 Panel and operate with the same user interface.
For the homeowners who enjoy the convenience of having an additional keypad, this wireless keypad can be placed anywhere in your home. The more traditional layout of the secondary wireless keypad allows you to arm your system in stay or away mode, disarm your system, and access both the fire and panic functions.