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Control Panels - Digital Monitoring Products Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
The XR500 line of control panels includes 574 inputs, 16 doors of access, 502 Form C relays, 32 areas and 10,000 users. The integrated intrusion, fire, and access control panels have optional cellular backup via Uplink’s AnyNet wireless alarm transmission network. The Uplink AnyNet unit will provide instant notification to the central station in the event of phone-line outage or Internet service interruption. Models are available for environments where encrypted data is required. All models come with a 50 VA transformer.
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