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Wireless Security Panel - NAPCO Security Systems Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
The Express GT Series Hardwire/Wireless Systems from Napco use crystal-control wireless. The LED-equipped keypads have three panic buttons, privacy door and a concealed zone directory.
The XP-400 keypad accommodates up to four hardwired/wireless zones. When used with a GEM-RECVXP8 receiver, the control panel can support up to four wireless zones and two keyfobs.
For added zones, user-codes and keyfobs, there is the XP-600. This wireless unit supports up to two Gemini wireless receivers and provides support for up to four keyfobs plus six Gemini transmitters. The products come with two programmable outputs for burglary, siren, strobe, 2-way voice and more.
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