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GSD-442 PG2 is a wireless Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector that gives early warning of CO poisoning danger, preventing damage to vital organs and even death
Clip PG2 is a compact, elegant wireless curtain-type PIR detector designed for the protection of doors, windows and all-glass walls.
Visonic PowerMaster Next K9 PG2 Pet Tolerant PIR PowerG Wireless is a two-way wireless digital Passive infrared sensor which is compatible with the Visonic PowerMaster series of burglar alarm systems. Based on Visonic's up to the minute PowerG technology the Next K-985 PG2 uses several field-proven advanced technologies and the highly accurate AES encryption method. This combination of technologies provides increased transmission range and battery life, and exceptional advantages for professional security installers, central monitoring stations and end-users alike.
Next PG2 is a two-way wireless digital PIR detector compatible with the PowerMaster family of burglar alarm systems.
MC-302 PG2 is a fully supervised two-way magnetic contact transmitter, designed primarily for protecting doors and windows. This highly reliable top-performance wireless device is easy to install and operate in a wide range of residential and commercial environments.
Featuring a stylish design, graphical touchscreen and proximity tags, KP-160 PG2 is designed to maximize user experience while keeping price at bay. The large, icon-based display is clear and appealing, and the proximity tags replace the need for costly keyfobs or memorized codes
Next CAM PG2 is a two-way, wireless photo detector that provides the perfect solution for visual alarm verification, day or night. This detector is typically installed in areas where extra visibility is needed, such as hallways and stairways. When the alarm system is armed and the PIR sensor detects movement, the detector sends an alert to the control panel and activates the camera. The control panel immediately begins sending images of the premises to the central monitoring station. By reviewing the images in real time, security staff can verify the alarm and respond accordingly.