DSC is a recognized leader in the design and manufacturing of reliable, feature-rich intrusion security systems that easily integrate with an array of alarm communicators, verification modules and cabling solutions. From their clean unobtrusive look to their advanced technologies, DSC hybrid security systems are a favorite of both users and installers.
The new PowerSeries PC1832 v4.2 hybrid security systems from DSC make installation easy, simple and fast. The PC1832 hybrid security system features template programming for new users and a programming interface that experts will be familiar with. The PowerSeries hybrid security systems also feature independent end-of-line (EOL) configuration that makes installation faster than ever before. Each hardwired zone can be independently matched to the devices EOL configuration, reducing the time required to get a common EOL configuration across all hardwired security devices.
The PowerSeries PC1832 v4.2 also gives the user more control, thereby enhancing the functional experience. The user can 'Arm Away', 'Arm Stay' or 'Disarm' all partitions with just one operation. The 4.2 version of the PC1832 hybrid security system has been upgraded to support a maximum of (32) wireless zones with no additional equipment needed. Featuring additional user codes, global arming and disarming, DSC hybrid security systems are the preferred choice of installers.
DSC PowerSeries hybrid security systems have a proven reputation for providing the value and dependability that security professionals expect. The modular design of PowerSeries hybrid security systems provides both versatility and flexibility in any application, from small residential to medium-sized commercial. Packed with features, PowerSeries hybrid security systems are easy to install, easy to program and easy to use.
The PC1832 PowerSeries hybrid security system is backed by DSC's 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty and is upgraded with the RFK5501 PowerSeries keypad which has a built-in (32) zone wireless alarm receiver. This keypad upgrades the PC1832 security system into a hybrid security system that can handle both hardwired and wireless alarm zones. The PC1832 PowerSeries hybrid security system is compatible with the full line of DSC wireless security products. GeoArm and DSC give you the options you need to fully customize your DIY home security system.
The GeoArm Advantage:
Do-it-yourself (DIY) home security is emerging as a new trend in the security industry as advances in wireless security system technology have eliminated the need for costly professional on-site hardwired installations. GeoArm is the perfect partner for any home security DIYer considering installing a new wireless security system. With 30 years of professional security installation experience, GeoArm has the technical know-how to make your DIY home security installation as easy and seamless as possible. You can be confident that your DIY security system installation will be backed by a team of expert security professionals.
DSC PC1832 PowerSeries Hybrid Security System Intended Security Applications:
DSC PC1832 PowerSeries Hybrid Security System DIY Installation Notes:
To complete your DIY home security installation, plug in the PC1832 transformer into a standard wall outlet and connect the PC1832 to a phone jack with live service.
When designing your system, keep in mind that the DSC PC1832 PowerSeries hybrid security system supports up to (32) total zones with expansion modules but only supports (8) hardwired zones and (32) wireless zones without expansion. You should add DSC wired 8-zone expansion modules if you want to add more than (8) hardwired zones to your DSC PC1832 hybrid security system.
The DSC PC1832 PowerSeries hybrid security system comes equipped to send its alarm signals over a traditional phone line. The DSC PowerSeries hybrid security systems have also been proven to work reliably with certain VoIP providers. The recommended VoIP providers are:
Comcast Digital Voice
Time Warner Cable
Bright House Networks
All of these VoIP providers use an independent IP network which makes their service much more reliable than other popular VoIP providers such as Vonage, Ooma or Magic Jack. If you are going to use VoIP alarm monitoring, make sure your VoIP provider is on the above list.
If you have never had a monitored security system installed at your property, you will need to run a phone connection from a live phone jack to the alarm control panel. You also need to make sure your phone service has long distance turned on. If you have VoIP service, you need to make sure that the VoIP service is live at the jack you are plugging the alarm control panel into.
With the rise in cell phone use, more and more people are looking to save money by eliminating their traditional phone service. The PC1832 hybrid security system allows you to eliminate your monthly phone bill and still get low-cost professional alarm monitoring. You can upgrade the system with a Connect 24 cellular alarm communicator (GS2060) which would make the installation of the system easier as you wouldn't have to run a wire from your phone block to the PC1832 PowerSeries hybrid security system. The cellular alarm communicator sends your alarm signals over the cellular GSM network and you would no longer need traditional phone service to monitor your security system. Isn't it time you got connected? Save money and take control of your home security with GeoArm.