Paradox PCS250

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Security Alarms and Fire Systems - Communication modules - Paradox PCS250
Paradox PCS 250Paradox PCS 250
With shipment Standard EU for £11.81
Sales price £184.19
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Paradox PCS250G Datasheet
Paradox PCS250 Angle
Paradox PCS250 Side
Paradox PCS250 Side
Paradox PCS250 Back
Paradox PCS250 PCB
Paradox PCS250 Datasheet
Description
Paradox PCS250
  • Compact, sleek design
  • Report events to the IPR512 GPRS/IP Monitoring Receiver and/or IPRS-7 IP/GPRS PC Receiver Software
  • Report via text message (up to 16 cell phone numbers)
  • Control panel communication supervision
  • End-user can arm or disarm the system by sending a text message (SMS) to the PCS250
  • Send pre-recorded voice messages to up to 8 telephone numbers to report alarms using the optional VDMP3 Paradox Plug-in Voice Module (GSM mode)
  • Simple installation with 4-wire serial connection
  • Optional rod antenna can be installed up to 18m (60ft) from the module using optional antenna cable extensions depending on the local signal strength
  • 128-bit (MDS) and 256-bit (AES) encryption (GPRS mode)
  • Increase the distance between the panel and the PCS250 module with an RS485 link (GSM mode only via e-bus). A CVT485 module must be added to the panel in order to accomplish this Report via GSM (CID, SIA).
  • What is the difference between the PCS250 and PCS250G?
  • The PCS250 and PCS250G are wireless communication solutions for Paradox control panels and can be used as a backup to a traditional landline, or as a primary communicator, where no landline is available.
  • Featuring a sleek design, both add remote home control capabilities to a system. You can arm/disarm the security system with a simple text messages (SMS) and receive notifications on your smartphone when an alarm has been activated. PCS250 and PCS250G have EN 50136 ATS 5 Class II certification from Intertek.
  • The main difference between the two is that the PCS250 reports to the monitoring station's automation software via three channels (GPRS/GSM/SMS) whereas the PCS250G uses two channels (GPRS and SMS, no GSM). If GPRS suits your customers’ needs, then the reduced price of PCS250G is a good fit.
  • Unlike the PCS250G, the PCS250 can report to landline receiver (CID, SIA), can be connected via VDMP3 and the RS485 can be used to increase distance.
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