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4219 - Honeywell Home Hardwired 8-Zone Expansion Alarm Module
List Price: $133.45
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4208U - Honeywell Home Hardwired 8-Zone Expansion Alarm Module
List Price: $164.03
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4209U - Honeywell Home Hardwired Group Zoning Expansion Alarm Module
List Price: $101.23
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What is a Hardwired Zone Expansion Module?

Hardwired Expansion
Expand Your Wired Security System Zones!

A hardwired zone expansion module is used to expand the number of zones that a security system can monitor. A zone is a specific area that is covered by a sensor or detector, and these zones are connected to the security system through wiring. When a security system has a limited number of zones, a hardwired zone expansion module can be added to increase the number of wired zones that the system can monitor. The module is typically connected to the main security control panel, and additional wires are run to the new sensors or detectors. This can be useful for larger properties or businesses that require more zones to be monitored for enhanced security. With a larger number of zones, the security system can provide more precise and accurate monitoring, helping to detect potential threats or breaches more quickly.

There are several reasons why you might want to add a hardwired zone expansion module:

1. Increased Coverage: By adding more zones, you can cover more areas of your property and detect intruders or other security threats more effectively.

2. Scalability: If you are expanding your property or business, you can add more zones to accommodate the growth and keep your security system up to date.

3. Customization: Different zones can have different sensors or detectors, allowing you to customize your security system to meet your specific needs.

4. Redundancy: Adding more zones can increase redundancy and reliability of your security system. If one zone fails, the other zones can still detect and alert you to any security threats.

5. Compliance: Some regulations or insurance policies may require a certain number of zones in a security system, and adding a hardwired zone expansion module makes it easier to comply with these requirements.