The Interlogix 600-1064-95R Micro Key Fob offers a quick and convenient way to control an Interlogix wireless alarm system. It features four distinct push buttons on a compact handheld remote. Each button will perform its own function on the system. These functions include arming and disarming the system, operating programmed light modules and triggering a panic alarm. Overall, this is a very easy to use device that makes for a great addition to any security system.
The range of the Micro Key Fob is particularly impressive. It will operate from a maximum distance of up to 500 feet away from the panel. This makes it one of the strongest key fob devices in the alarm industry. An LED status light at the top of the fob informs the user when a button press is acknowledged. The status LED is the first troubleshooting step when determining battery replacement. Additionally, its semi-waterproof design will keep the Micro Key Fob protected in virtually any types of weather.
As the name implies, the Micro Key Fob is incredibly slim and compact. The device measures less than two inches tall, and it can be easily secured to a key ring for convenient access. The buttons are ergonomically designed, and they are easy to press, allowing users to control the device with confidence. Each button has a unique indentation so that users can differentiate between them without having to look. And with its RF signal that operates at 319.5 MHz, the fob will function with any wireless interlogix alarm system and Qolsys panels equipped with a legacy interlogix daughtercard.
The device uses a CR2032 coin cell battery that can be replaced when needed by the end user. The expected battery life of the device is a full five years, meaning that users will rarely have to worry about obtaining a battery replacement. The battery is low when the LED light on the device does not activate when the buttons are pressed. To replace the battery, simply open up the key fob and gently remove the battery from the circuit board. Apply the new battery and close the device. Then check to make sure the key fob is functioning properly.