CIA adds alarm panel to list of approved controls
CIA officially added to its select list of intruder alarm control panels this month with the Texecom Premier Elite range.
Technical Director, Andy Jenkins, finished his extensive evaluation and, having measured up to all of Andy’s stringent testing, he gave the nod to commence training. We’ve now completed extensive education to the following disciplines: system designers, installation and service engineers, respectively.
Andy said, “There’s an attractive keypad for every application. The polished chrome version would look perfect beside the exit in a tech-trendsetter giant’s foyer [think Google or Apple], the classy gunmetal version has an understated elegance and would look at home in a prestigious modern art gallery or the polished brass version is very bling and would stand out in professional footballer’s hallway or bedside.
“There are three other finishes to choose from, including satin chrome [think brushed steel], black, as well as the standard white. The board agrees, ‘There’s no better looking control keypad that measures up to our high technical standards’.
“It has smartphone app technology, without the need for additional hardware, and other functions the industry-standard Honeywell Galaxy system currently doesn’t have.”
The grade 3 Premier Elite 48 control panel boosts:
- 8 zones expandable to 48
- 4 areas
- 50 user codes
- 500 event log time & date stamped
- EN rated energy efficient switch mode power supply
- Plug-on Digimodems
- Multiple communication options; PSTN / GSM / GPRS / IP
- Remote diagnostics and upload/download via Wintex software
- PD6662:2010 Grade 3 Class II
The system designers have been pushing for a control keypad that aesthetically fits some of the modern/high-end properties that use our services. It should complement our existing offering for those that desire the wow factor.
Texecom Premier Elite range has a place in the market and we will specify this prestigious product in the coming months. Remember, we were one of the very first security installers to adopt the Galaxy, way before the big nationals, which has since become the industry standard.