The DSC NEO-2032-PK10-ENC-AT is a 10-1 system kit built for those new to alarm monitoring. It includes a 32-zone DSC HS2032NK PowerSeries NEO, a DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad w/ Built-In Transceiver, an Alarm.com AT&T LTE & IP Communicator, 3 PowerG Contacts, a PowerG Motion and an LT-Cable.
The highlight of this kit is the DSC HS2032NK PowerSeries NEO Panel. This is a fairly impressive hardwired system that is great for building around. But you need to keep in mind that this particular model only supports 32 zones. This is fairly small, and you might want to choose a different panel if you have a larger home or business. You should also consider the fact that this panel only has eight (8) on-board terminals. The only way to use additional hardwired sensors is to add one or more DSC HSM2108 Expansion Modules. Keep in mind that you can also use wireless PowerG Sensors with the system. Not all 32 zones have to be hardwired.
The reason that this system can support PowerG Sensors is thanks to the DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad and its built-in PowerG Transceiver. You can start enrolling PowerG Sensors with the system once the keypad has been installed and addressed with the panel. But you must keep the 32 zone limit in mind. This limit applies to both hardwired and wireless sensors. We strongly recommend using PowerG Sensors due to their exceptional performance. These sensors can communicate from up to 2km away with direct line of sight, and they use 128-bit AES encryption for enhanced wireless security. We have bundled ten (10) DSC PG9303 Contacts and one (1) DSC PG9914 Motion Sensor to get you started.
Also included with this kit is the DSC TL8800LEAT N AT&T LTE & IP Dual-Path Communicator. This is what allows the system to communicate with the Alarm.com servers for alarm monitoring service. It also allows you to control the system from virtually anywhere using the Alarm.com website or mobile app. Just remember that an alarm monitoring plan with access to Alarm.com is required to activate the module. By accessing Alarm.com, you can arm/disarm the system, check current system status, control Z-Wave devices, and more. This communicator also includes a built-in Z-Wave controller so that you can start building a robust and complete smart home automation network around your security system.
Lastly, we packaged in a Honeywell LT-Cable. This makes it super easy to provide power to the system with its included transformer. The only thing that is missing is a backup battery. This is basically required, as you need a way to keep the system powered on when the electricity is out. Installing a backup battery is also the only way to avoid a continuous low-battery trouble condition. We generally recommend an UltraTech 1240 for this purpose. However, if your system has a large power draw, you might need to get an UltraTech 1270 instead. Remember that system batteries need to be replaced every three (3) to five (5) years.