IQ Panel 2 Overview

IQ Panel 2 Overview

You’re gonna love using the IQ panel and here’s a few reasons why. The IQ panel is a 7-inch touchscreen with a built in camera. It’s Ultra-thin and it can be mounted on the wall But it also includes a table stand. It’s got dual microphones that can also work as a glass break detector. It’s got two speakers and a micro SD card slot. Inside the panel, there’s a lithium ion battery, siren, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon. The Qualcomm Snapdragon is an entire system on a single chip. It includes LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, the Android operating system and even a built-in access point. On top of this platform we’ve added two daughter cards. One for our S-Line Encrypted security radio and one for ZWave Plus. There’s also two open slots that can be used for emerging or legacy technologies. The IQ panel’s swipe and touch-based interface is intuitive and easy to use. The IQ panel includes Bluetooth Touchless Disarming which allows you to pair up to five smartphones with your system and when you arm your system to away, the system disarms automatically when you get back! You can also get disarm photos sent to your phone or Smart Watch so you know when people get home. the IQ Panel uses the latest in LTE and Wi-Fi dual path connectivity to keep your system running fast, constantly connected and up-to-date with the latest software upgrades. The IQ Panel also puts security back into security with our S-Line Encryption technology. Protecting the signals being sent from the sensors to the panel from hackers or people who attempt to defeat the system. The IQ Panel has so much more packed into it! Including powerful diagnostic tools, making installation and troubleshooting easy. Integration for Security, Life Safety, and Smarthome devices such as lights, locks, thermostats, garage doors, and more! To become a dealer visit, today.

5 Replies to “IQ Panel 2 Overview”

  1. Frontpoint and Armorax Security are pretty comparable but Armorax is cheaper and they offer encryption. It’s nice to know that you panel won’t be vulnerable to hacking. Even ATM machines these days are prone to hacking!

  2. Hello, I wish you and other companies would implement a complete screen reading solution for those of us who are totally blind and cannot use the touch screen. Its running Android, so why cant it utilize Googles TalkBack, a screen reader? Apparently there is some app you can use instead of the touch screens. Companies should think of everyone, its called universal design. Blind folks deserve to secure their homes, too. Please make your product accessible!

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