Visonic KF-234 PG2 PowerG Wireless Keyfob

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Visonic
  • Model code: KF-234 PG2
  • Weight g: 25
  • Dimensions mm: 60 x 35 x 13
  • Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55 C (32 ~ 131 F)
Additional info:

A 4-button 2-way wireless keyfob for arming and disarming PowerMaster wireless residential alarm systems Transmission range is far greater than the industry standard - enabling repeater-free installations even in large premises Longer battery life Visible signal quality indication shown on the device Four independent functional buttons for arming and disarming as well as for emergency signaling, home automation and other remote control applications PowerG two-way Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum FHSS-TDMA technology provides robustness and reliability closer than ever to a wired alarm system Employs the proven AES-128 (128 bit key) advanced encryption algorithm for correct message identification and protects the alarm system from code grabbing and other attacks Configured from the panel – no hardware switches and no need to re-open the device once closed Visible and transmitted low battery indication

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Make Visonic
Manufacturer Visonic Ltd.
Model code KF-234 PG2
Physical Specifications Weight g: 25
Dimensions mm: 60 x 35 x 13
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 55 C (32 ~ 131 F)
Additional info
  • A 4-button 2-way wireless keyfob for arming and disarming PowerMaster wireless residential alarm systems
  • Transmission range is far greater than the industry standard - enabling repeater-free installations even in large premises
  • Longer battery life
  • Visible signal quality indication shown on the device
  • Four independent functional buttons for arming and disarming as well as for emergency signaling, home automation and other remote control applications
  • PowerG two-way Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum FHSS-TDMA technology provides robustness and reliability closer than ever to a wired alarm system
  • Employs the proven AES-128 (128 bit key) advanced encryption algorithm for correct message identification and protects the alarm system from code grabbing and other attacks
  • Configured from the panel – no hardware switches and no need to re-open the device once closed
  • Visible and transmitted low battery indication
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