Remote alarm transmission integrated. System management with electronic keys and remote keypads. Alarm transmission over telephone line. System management with electronic keys, proximity readers and remote keypads. Built-in communicator. Remote management also on WAN network.
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This object is used to integrate the central alarm in the project; it allows the server to arm or disarm the central, to read partitions or sensor status and to singularly control them. All alarm panels integrated in the system provide the user with the same graphical effect; they can be selected from the following list of models:. After adding an alarm device to the system, it is possible to send a number of commands when using other objects such as the Generic Command button. After selecting Security from the tree, a list of all the alarm devices and centrale added in System will be shown.
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