The door/window detector has a built in magnetic contact that activates the security system when the window or the door were the detector mounted is open.This detector allows you to proctet all the entrances in the building. The detector is powered by two AAA batteries and is connected with the security system via a wireless comunication, this means that the installation of the detector is simple and requires a minimum effort. The security system checks if the detector is ok. If there is a fault (low battries, problems, etc.), she is reported to the security system.
Siren kit external, wired to the security console SC-28 Homeprotector. When the control panel SC-28 is triggered, sends a set of X10 signals to the grid that can be used to activate the lighting of your home or signaling systems such as sirens or fireflies.
The Universal GSM module is easy to connect (install) with your HomeGuard or other PSTN alarm panels, by inserting a telephone wire in both analogue inputs. The GSM module enables the control panel to communicate via cellular networks. The modem translates the analogue signals and converts them into a GSM signal. A SIM card (prepaid or subscription from any provider) has to be placed inside the GSM module. The GSM module creates a two-way communication. This enables your security system to send an alarm alert to your mobile phone in cause of an emergency, and makes it possible to monitor and control your security system remotely. This model is supplied with an E-plug.
The Remote Chime is designed to work with the X10 Security Console or Home Controller to provide a pleasant annunciator chime when someone approaches. It will also respond as Siren in case the Security Console is activated. It can also be activated using the correct House Code and Unit Code from any X10 controller.
PowerHorn is used as an additional audio alarm unit for use with the Home Security System which gives an additional independent 110 decibel sound output when the security system is triggered. The PowerHorn will only trip a few seconds later after the alarm trips. It counts the sequence transmitted to flash lights connected to Lamp Modules after the lights have flashed 4 or 5 times. This prevents it from being accidentally tripped from any other X10 controller. You can also trip the PowerHorn from any other X10 controller, which is useful in panic situations. It can be added anywhere around the home; nobody wants to hang around when one of these activate.