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Honeywell Ademco L5100PK Lynx Touch Wireless System Kit

Honeywell Ademco L5100PK Lynx Touch Wireless System Kit
HONEYWELL ADEMCO
L5100PK
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Honeywell Ademco L5100PK Lynx Touch Wireless System Kit

Description

The L5100PK is a wireless alarm system kit that includes the L5100 Lynx Touch Wireless Alarm Keypad and Controller, as well as three (3) 5816WMWH Door/Window Transmitters, one (1) 5834-4 Four-Button Wireless Key Remote, and one (1) 5800PIR-RES Wireless Motion Detector.

The newest addition to the Lynx Touch family, the L5100 Graphic Touchscreen Keypad and Control Panel, brings all the new, modern features of IP connectivity to your security system. The L5100 offers 4G and Wi-Fi alarm communication through its L5100-WIFI internet communicator and/or its GSMVLP5-4G cellular communicator for maximum coverage. No longer will your home's security be crippled by an unreliable VoIP line.

The L5100's bright touchscreen has been redesigned to be even more intuitive with push content such as traffic, weather and news (Total Connect Remote Services required). However, it now also includes Z-Wave control and functionality similar to the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch panel, offering control of up to 40 Z-Wave devices including three (3) thermostats and four (4) door locks.

Also brand new to the Lynx Touch product line is the MID-7H Android tablet, a mountable controller for the L5100 that allows management of the system from anywhere in your home. Including Total Connect remote services and the L5100 is a no brainer for anyone looking to secure their home. Gain remote control to your security system, cameras, lights, thermostats and even locks, through the power of Honeywell's Total Connect services.

The new L5100 also affords you peace of mind with it's Advanced Protection Logic. APL allows the L5100 to send signals to a central station in the event of a "smash and grab" attack, where the intruder decides to pull off or destroy the L5100 panel in an attempt to disable the system.

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