NX-1820E - Interlogix NetworX Touch Screen Alarm Keypad

NX-1820E - Interlogix NetworX Touch Screen Alarm Keypad
NX-1820E - Interlogix NetworX Touch Screen Alarm Keypad
Item# NX-1820E
List Price: $190.78
Your Price: $127.19

GE NetworX NX-1820E Touch Screen Keypad:

The GE NetworX NX-1820E alarm keypad is ideal for almost any size application. The NetworX TouchScreen Keypad offers powerful yet simple control of any NetworX security system. An intuitive interface, 3.5" touch screen and Quick Keys for rapid system arming and status updates enable quick and easy system management. Users can record their own names for different system components and leave voice messages for others when arming or disarming. When a NetworX proximity card reader (NX-1700E) is installed, users can easily manage access cards and authority levels from the convenience of the keypad.

• NetworX system compatibility
• 3.5" Color Touch Screen
• Icon-based graphic interface
• Quick Arm, Stay and Status keys
• Custom text naming for user names, areas, zones, outputs and rooms
• Access card management (when card reader NX-1700E is installed)
• Built-in message board
• 192-zone capability
• Support for up to 99 users, 8 partitions and 16 outputs
• Customizable chime groups for specific zones
• Streamlined, modern design
• USB upgradeable

GE NetworX NX-1820E Keypad Specifications:

Dimensions (W x H x D): 3.2 x 4.9 x 0.7 in. (82 x 125 x 18mm)
Color: Opal White with silver frame
Compatibility: Interlogix NetworX control panels (NetworX control panels as of Version 2; NX-4, NX-6, NX-8, NX-8E, NX-7, NX-9, NX-10 and NX-11)
User Interface: Intuitive graphical interactive encased in a 3.5" TFF LCD screen
Language: English and 2 additional languages
Operating Voltage: 12VDC Regulated, supplied from control panel
Current: 40mA in idle mode, 170 mA max. with buzzer and screen on max,. brightness, 110mA typical
Wiring: NetworX 3-wire data/communication bus
Operating Temperature: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)

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