XL601 - Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System

XL601 - Videofied XL Cellular Wireless Video Security System
Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System Product Information:
The XL-601 Videofied XL wireless video security system is the newest generation of the world's first completely wireless alarm system to use verified video response. RSI Video Technologies has upgraded the performance of the Videofied wireless RF alarm devices with a new, more precise Gen2 transmission method. The upgrade yields a 20% increase in the wireless range between the XL-GPRS video alarm control panel and each Videofied alarm device along with potentially longer battery life.

In addition to the increased range and prolonged battery life, the XL video alarm control panel has also been upgraded over the V6000 video alarm control panel to include an integrated keypad and proximity card reader. RSI Video Technologies' (2) year limited warranty still applies to the new Videofied XL video security system.

All Videofied alarm devices run on lithium batteries that now last more than 4 years so no wires are needed. No wires mean no tools, no drilling, and no hassle. The installation of a Videofied video alarm system is quick and easy.

Videofied’s Video Verified Response:
RSI Video Technologies designed the Videofied security system to eliminate false alarms, secure faster police dispatch, and increase the chance for criminal apprehensions. Regular non-verified security systems report alarm signals when a door contact or motion detector is tripped. The central alarm monitoring station receives the alarm signal, but the central station operator has no clue as to what actually caused the alarm. It could have been a burglar breaking through the back door or it could have been a drape blowing in the wind.

Unfortunately, nationwide research has found that over 95% of all alarms that received police dispatch were in fact false alarms. Local authorities waste countless hours and resources responding to these false alarms and in response, more and more cities are passing laws to try and limit dispatches to false alarms. Enhanced call verification (ECV) is currently required in 4 states and another 93 cities nationwide employ ECV. ECV requires a central station operator to place a minimum of two phone calls to two different numbers before dispatching the authorities. If someone picks up on either number, the operator asks for a false alarm password which if provided prevents the alarm dispatch. If no one picks up on either number, or if the wrong password is given, the operator then dispatches the proper authorities.

While ECV has been proven to slightly reduce the number of false alarms, it also adds precious time to the alarm dispatching process. Also, the idea of the owner being able to verify if it is a false alarm or a real alarm is flawed. They will only know if it is a false alarm if the alarm was due to user error and they are either in the home or had just left. In these cases, the owner can give the correct false alarm password knowing they mistakenly entered the wrong arming or disarming code. In other instances, when the owner is not home, they will have no idea if the alarm event they are being questioned on is a false alarm or not. They will be forced to decide if the threat of a false alarm fee is worth the chance that the alarm event may be an actual burglary. Therefore, even with ECV being used across the country, false alarms continue to be a major problem in the alarm industry.

GeoArm's solution to the industry’s false alarm problem is Videofied's wireless security system. The Videofied video alarm system utilizes indoor MotionViewers and/or outdoor MotionViewers which are wireless motion detectors with built-in cameras that are mapped to the exact same field of view as the motion detector. When a MotionViewer™ is tripped, it sends a 10-second video clip of whatever set off the motion detector to the Videofied video alarm control panel which then uses the cellular network to transmit the alarm event along with the video clip to GeoArm’s central alarm monitoring station. The central station operator can then see actual video footage of what triggered the alarm. If a person is visible in the video clip, the GeoArm central station operator can dispatch the alarm immediately as a “robbery in progress.” If the operator receives a video alarm showing a pet or a drape blowing in the wind, they can confidently ignore the event as a false alarm. Not only are false alarms eliminated, but police respond much faster knowing there is an actual crime in progress and a chance for a real apprehension.

A Videofied video alarm system protects you from costly false alarm fines and also ensures your real alarm events receive priority police dispatch. If your home is really being burglarized, the time wasted trying to verify the alarm using ECV could be the difference between apprehending the intruder and having him get away with your valuable property. Experience Videofied to eliminate false alarms, secure faster police response, and finally see what you are missing!

Videofied Wireless Cellular Video Alarm Monitoring:
The Videofied XL wireless video alarm control panel has a built-in cellular alarm communicator for wireless video alarm communications. The cellular GPRS alarm communicator in the Videofied XL video alarm control panel transmits each 10-second video alarm over the wireless AT&T network. This enables a Videofied security system to be installed in locations where regular phone lines are not available. It also makes the Videofied security system completely wireless. GeoArm’s Videofied alarm monitoring plans allow an unlimited number of video alarms each month. Unlike other companies that monitor Videofied security systems, GeoArm does not limit your video alarm events or charge extra for going over a certain amount of alarms per month.

Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System Free Custom Programming:
Custom security system programming is FREE for all GeoArm monitored clients.

Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System Intended Security Applications:
• Residential Properties
• Commercial Properties
• Model Homes
• Mobile Homes & RVs

The new Videofied XL video alarm control panel is not warranted for portable or mobile applications or outdoor use. The XL video alarm control panel is designed to be permanently mounted in a climate controlled environment. Order the original Videofied wireless video security system for outdoor or portable applications as it was designed for heavier commercial applications.

Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System Zone Reminders:
The Videofied XL wireless security system can handle 20 alarm zones/devices, so make sure you do not add more than 20 alarm devices to your Videofied XL video security system. Please note that every wireless device counts as one wireless zone.

Ensure Video Alarm Coverage:
1. GeoArm's central alarm monitoring station is licensed to monitor accounts in all 50 states.

2. The Videofied XL cellular alarm communicator utilizes the AT&T wireless network, therefore, you must also verify you live in an area that is currently covered by AT&T.

Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System Includes:
(1) XL-GPRS Cellular Video Alarm Control Panel with Integrated Keypad and Prox Card Reader
(1) DCV601 Wireless Indoor MotionViewer
(2) CT601 Wireless Door Window Contact
(2) VT101 Wireless Proximity Tags (additional prox tags purchased in 10 packs)
(1) GeoArm Aluminum Security Sign with Post
(1) GeoArm Window/Door Security Stickers - 5 Pack

Miscellaneous Items: User Guide, Velcro® Industrial Strength Fastener Tape

Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System PDFs for Additional Information:
User Manual for Videofied XL Wireless Video Security System
Specification Sheet for Videofied XL-GPRS Cellular Video Alarm Control Panel
Installation Guide for Videofied XL-GPRS Cellular Video Alarm Control Panel
Description of Videofied's Advanced Wireless RF Technology
Description of Videofied’s RF Transmission Upgrade for XL-GPRS Video Security System

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