L5210 vs L7000
The screen -
L5210 has a 4.7 inch color graphic touchscreen
L7000 has a 7.0 inch color graphic touchscreen
L7000 communicates by internet communicator (ILP5), WiFi module (L5100WiFi), GSM cell communicator (GSMVLP5-4g, 3GL) or dual communication.
Dual communication is either an IP communicator paired with a GSM cell communicator or a landline paired with either an IP communicator or GSM cell communicator. Please note: the Lynx series cannot use an ILP5 and a GSM communicator together as they use the same port.
L5210 has 1 hardwired zone, 63 wireless zones, 16 keyfob zones, 3 garage zones, and 6 temperature zones
L7000 has 1 hardwired zone, 79 wireless zones, 24 keyfob zones, 4 garage zones, and 8 temperature zones
User Codes -
L5210 supports up to 32 user codes
L7000 supports up to 48 user codes
Home Automation - both the L5210 and the L7000 require a L5100ZWave module
L7000 supports 4 thermostats, 6 door locks and 40 devices (lights, switches, appliance modules in any combination).
Cameras - both the L5210 and the L7000 require a L5100WiFi module
L5210 users can view 1 camera directly on the touchscreen
L7000 users can view 4 cameras directly on the touchscreen
Both the L5210 and the L7000 alarm systems have the following features-
Message center for users to record messages, night arming, auto stay arming, voice announcement of zone status and APL. APL is advanced Protection Logic, the alarm will send a signal to a central monitoring station if the panel is tampered with during the entry delay time. Either a GSM or IP communicator is required for APL to be enabled.
Please see the install manual for complete list of features.
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