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Interlogix 4 Buttton Chrome Keychain Remote

$75.00

The Interlogix 4 Buttton Chrome Keychain Remote is a wireless keyfob that functions as an electronic key for arming and disarming security systems. The functionality of this compact and durable device also includes the ability to remotely activate auxiliary panic alarms, turn lights on/off, open a garage door, or trigger other system functions.

Additionally, this remote is compatible with Interlogix Simon XTI5Simon XT, and the Concord 4 control panels. Because it uses the same frequency as Qolsys, it’s also compatible with the IQ Panel and the IQ Panel 2.

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The Interlogix 4 Buttton Chrome Keychain Remote is a wireless keyfob that functions as an electronic key for arming and disarming security systems. The functionality of this compact and durable device also includes the ability to remotely activate auxiliary panic alarms, turn lights on/off, open a garage door, or trigger other system functions.

Additionally, this remote is compatible with Interlogix Simon XTI5Simon XT, and the Concord 4 control panels. Because it uses the same frequency as Qolsys, it’s also compatible with the IQ Panel and the IQ Panel 2.

Interlogix 4 Buttton Chrome Keychain Remote Features:
  • Field proven wireless technology
  • Arm, Disarm and two programmable buttons
  • Compact, robust design
  • Durable silk-screened button labels
  • LED confirmation of wireless signal transmission
  • Replaceable battery with up to 5 years of battery life (based on usage)
  • 2 year warranty
Specifications:
  • Compatibility: Interlogix Learn-Mode panels and receivers
  • Frequency: 319MHz (Crystal based)
  • Battery Life: 5 years, typical
  • Operating Temperature: 32°F (0°C) to 120°F (49°C)
  • Operating Humidity: 5-95% non condensing
  • Weight: 1.6 oz.
  • Dimensions: (WxHxD) 2.5 x 1.25 x 0.5 in. (6.35 x 3.175 x 1.27 cm)
  • Color: Black with chrome trim
  • Approvals: FCC/IC
Installation:

Each keyfob is learned in to a control panel as an unsupervised sensor and uses one available zone slot. For all Concord, Simon3 and Simon XT panels, use sensor group number 01, 03, 06 or 07. Please refer to your specific control panel installation manual for full instructions.

If the keyfob is programmed using a panic or portable auxiliary group number, pressing the Lock and Unlock buttons simultaneously will activate an audible or silent alarm (depending on group number) and initiate reports to the central station.

Because keyfobs are non-supervised devices, control panel will only receive a low battery signal when the device is within range of the receiver and a button is pressed. When the device goes beyond the range of the receiver, the battery could wholly deplete without a warning of the battery condition. If the LED on the device appears dim or does not turn on when you press a button, it’s a warning that the battery may be low or depleted.

Battery replacement:

To ensure proper functionality, test the device weekly and follow these simple steps to replace the battery when necessary:

  1. With a key or small screwdriver, press the black tab located at the bottom of the remote (fig.1) and slide the chrome trim off.
  2. Carefully separate the front and back piece of plastic to reveal the battery.
  3. Replace with a CR2032 battery ensuring the + side of the battery faces up (fig.2).
  4. Re-assemble the plastics and ensure they click together
  5. Ensure the notch in the chrome trim is aligned with the back of the plastic. It will only go on one way (fig. 3)

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