Honeywell SUEPACK-EG panel with GKP-S8M keypad and four TAGS

£278.60 +VAT

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SUEPACK-EG panel with GKP-S8M keypad and four colour TAGs [TAG4]

Description

Developed in response to home owner needs, Sucre Box is a wireless security and home automation gateway with wireless keypad/TAG reader and wireless sensors, which operate at 868 MHz European frequency. It provides a range of more than 1000 meters open space and integrates an IP / Ethernet module for alarm transmissions and notifications. In addition to IP, Sucre Box+ includes a GPRS module for main or backup transmission.

Sucre Box system includes a wireless visual verification feature which allows you to see what is happening if an alarm is activated. The home owner is notified by SMS or email and can distinguish immediately whether an intrusion has occurred or if it is a false alarm. With the Total Connect Comfort International mobile App, the end-users can monitor their home and family security as well as the Honeywell evohome thermostat system control.

Features
  • Comes with free e-mail notification services
  • Up to 32 peripherals per installation
  • RF Range > 1000 meters open space radio range
  • 2-way 868MHz radio transmission with adaptive radio jamming detection
  • Ethernet port for IP connection
  • Transmission using GPRS** with built-in antenna
  • Standard SIM Card with roaming services**
  • Power supply 230V~ to 6.5V/2A (supplied)
  • 4 x AA rechargeable batteries (supplied)
  • Stand-by 24h (in case of mains loss)
  • Supervision of wireless peripherals
  • Low Battery Signalling
  • LED System information reports
  • Operating temperature -10°C to 55°C
  • Dimensions 190 x 123 x 35 mm (W x D x H)
  • Free mobile App for end-users (Total Connect Comfort International)
  • Web App for installers (Total Connect 2.0E )

Additional information

Weight 2 kg

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