The Simon XT® Two-Way Talking Touch Screen by Interlogix (GE) is a color LCD screen with an intuitive interface. Add up to four touch screens in the home for maximum convenience. Provides intuitive, at-a-glance home status information and can also provide information such as the current outdoor temp and four-day forecast.
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The Interlogix (GE) wireless window / door sensor provides intrusion detection even in tight spaces. Designed to monitor doors, windows, cabinets or virtually anything that opens.
The Interlogix (GE) Wireless Personal Panic Alarm Device can be used to activate police, fire or auxiliary alarms throughout the home and can be worn in the included wristband or as a pendant.
Add an additional control point to your home security system with the Concord® Two-Way Voice LCD Keypad by Interlogix (GE). Features integrated two-way voice operation to communicate directly with the monitoring center.
The Interlogix (GE) 2-Button Keychain Touchpad (key fob) is a convenient addition to home security with it's convenient size, it can be carried in a pocket, purse or on a key chain to allow remote control of basic system functions.
Interlogix (GE) wireless 4-Button Keychain Touchpad (key fob) is an electronic key and can be used to arm or disarm the system and activate the panic alarm and control lights from up to 500 feet away.
The Interlogix (GE) Advanced Z-Wave Wireless Thermostat can be easily integrated and works with any standard heating/cooling system with up to two heat and cool stages.
The Concord Touchpad by Interlogix (GE) adds an additional control point for home security system. Features an easy-to-see LCD window with emergency key highlighted on the touchpad for added safety.
The Simon XT wireless control panel is manufactured by Interlogix (GE). Capable of monitoring up to 40 different zones and expanding to provide home automation capabilities through Z-Wave technology, providers such as Frontpoint and Guardian recommend the Simon XT for its durability, functionality and capabilities.
300,000 homes burn in the U.S. every year. Is your home as protected as it should be? Learn about the different types of sensor and detection technologies available today, the benefits of including smoke and heat sensors in your home security system, and where the experts recommend you place detectors in your home.