The DSC NEO-2064-PK10-ENC-VZ is a bundled kit for large homes and small businesses. This kit features a 64-zone DSC HS2064NK Panel, an HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad w/ Integrated Transceiver, an Alarm.com Verizon LTE & IP Dual-Path Communicator, a PowerG Contact, a PowerG Motion, and an LT-Cable.
At the center of this kit is the DSC HS2064NK PowerSeries NEO Alarm Control Panel. This is a hardwired panel that supports up to 64 zones. It is ideal for use in larger homes and small businesses. However, the panel only includes eight (8) on-board hardwired zones. In order to use additional hardwired zones, you must add one or more DSC HSM2108 Expansion Modules. Each one you add will allow you to use eight (8) additional hardwired zones, as long as you do not exceed the panel's 64 total zone limit.
You are not only restricted to hardwired sensors with this system. You can also add wireless PowerG Sensors. This is because the included DSC HS2LCDRF9 N NEO Keypad has a PowerG Transceiver. You can start adding PowerG Sensors after you install and address this keypad. The PowerG Sensors are very nice, as they boast a 2km wireless signal range in open air, and they use 128-bit AES encryption for secure communication. We have included three (3) PG9303 Door/Window Contacts and one (1) PG9914 Motion Sensor with this kit to get you started. Just remember that the PowerG Sensors will count towards the total 64 zone limit.
We have also packaged a communicator with this kit. You get the DSC TL880LTVZ N. This is an Alarm.com Dual-Path Communicator that works across Verizon LTE and a hardwired ethernet connection. Signals will go through successfully as long as one path is operational. By activating this communicator with an appropriate alarm monitoring plan, you can control the system through Alarm.com. This is an interactive monitoring and automation platform that provides many great features. You can access ADC through the website or mobile app to arm/disarm, check status, control Z-Wave devices, and more. The communicator even doubles as a Z-Wave Plus controller once activated. This will let you establish an effective Z-Wave network around the system.
Finally, there is a Honeywell LT-Cable included with this kit. This cable is used for easily connecting the system with its included transformer. This can be done with nothing more than a screwdriver. However, this kit does not contain a backup battery. You will need to add one separately. A good backup battery to use is often the UltraTech 1240. However, if your system has a high current draw, you may need something stronger, like the UltraTech 1270. Remember that a backup battery will typically need to be replaced every three (3) to five (5) years.