PowerG Under the Desk Panic Buttons

PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons are used for triggering an intrusion alarm on your PowerG Alarm System. You can install these panic buttons under tables, desks, and counters. Then you can trigger an immediate alarm in emergency situations. Buy PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons from Alarm Grid.
DSC PG9938 - PowerG 915MHz Wireless Panic Key
DSC PG9938
PowerG 915MHz Wireless Panic Key
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PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons are buttons that you can use to cause an immediate intrusion alarm on your PowerG Security System. These devices are intended to be installed underneath desks and counters so that an alarm can be discreetly triggered when needed. Many commercial establishments use these devices just in case there is ever an emergency. You can choose to have the accompanying alarm be audible or silent. An audible alarm is good for scaring away any intruders and letting everyone in the building know about the alarm. But on the other hand, a silent alarm is good so that the intruder does not know the police are on their way. This can be particularly useful in hostage situations.

Most PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons are used in commercial establishments where robberies may occur. Such locations include convenience stores, banks, jewelry stores, gun shops, and other retail outlets. If someone attempts a robbery, you can discreetly activate the panic button and know that your local police force will soon be on their way. Silent alarms are great in these situations in case someone is holding you or your employees at gunpoint. Hopefully you will never need to use one of these devices, but they are great to have in emergency situations. Many users report having increased peace of mind thanks to their PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons.

As PowerG devices, the panic buttons listed on this page offer some impressive features. For example, these sensors offer an impressive wireless signal range of up to two (2) kilometers when used with certain alarm systems. You can further extend this range through the use of a PowerG Wireless Repeater. This will allow for a maximum range of up to four (4) kilometers in an open air environment. Another benefit is that these devices use 128-bit AES encryption on all of their communication. This prevents any wireless hacking or takeover attempts.

All PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons communicate at a wireless frequency of 915 MHz. This makes them compatible with a variety of different alarm control panels. Some of the compatible panels include all of the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus Systems, the DSC PowerSeries NEO Systems, and the DSC Iotega. These sensors are also very easy to set up, as you can auto-enroll them with a compatible alarm panel. This is very useful, as it will allow you to be completely sure that the sensor can communicate with the alarm system successfully.

Many alarm systems also allow for the option of programming a PowerG Under The Desk Panic Button for a medical or fire response instead of a police response. A medical response can be good for nursing homes or other care facilities where emergency medical help might be needed in a timely manner. A fire response can be good for kitchens or other locations where a fire might be likely to occur. All you have to do is assign the wireless zone the appropriate Response Type or Sensor Group when programming.PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons are buttons that you can use to cause an immediate intrusion alarm on your PowerG Security System. These devices are intended to be installed underneath desks and counters so that an alarm can be discreetly triggered when needed. Many commercial establishments use these devices just in case there is ever an emergency. You can choose to have the accompanying alarm be audible or silent. An audible alarm is good for scaring away any intruders and letting everyone in the building know about the alarm. But on the other hand, a silent alarm is good so that the intruder does not know the police are on their way. This can be particularly useful in hostage situations.

Most PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons are used in commercial establishments where robberies may occur. Such locations include convenience stores, banks, jewelry stores, gun shops, and other retail outlets. If someone attempts a robbery, you can discreetly activate the panic button and know that your local police force will soon be on their way. Silent alarms are great in these situations in case someone is holding you or your employees at gunpoint. Hopefully you will never need to use one of these devices, but they are great to have in emergency situations. Many users report having increased peace of mind thanks to their PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons.

As PowerG devices, the panic buttons listed on this page offer some impressive features. For example, these sensors offer an impressive wireless signal range of up to two (2) kilometers when used with certain alarm systems. You can further extend this range through the use of a PowerG Wireless Repeater. This will allow for a maximum range of up to four (4) kilometers in an open air environment. Another benefit is that these devices use 128-bit AES encryption on all of their communication. This prevents any wireless hacking or takeover attempts.

All PowerG Under The Desk Panic Buttons communicate at a wireless frequency of 915 MHz. This makes them compatible with a variety of different alarm control panels. Some of the compatible panels include all of the Qolsys IQ Panel 2 Plus Systems, the DSC PowerSeries NEO Systems, and the DSC Iotega. These sensors are also very easy to set up, as you can auto-enroll them with a compatible alarm panel. This is very useful, as it will allow you to be completely sure that the sensor can communicate with the alarm system successfully.

Many alarm systems also allow for the option of programming a PowerG Under The Desk Panic Button for a medical or fire response instead of a police response. A medical response can be good for nursing homes or other care facilities where emergency medical help might be needed in a timely manner. A fire response can be good for kitchens or other locations where a fire might be likely to occur. All you have to do is assign the wireless zone the appropriate Response Type or Sensor Group when programming.

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