Flush Mount Key-switch (Art. no. SE1100)

  • Arm and disarm by turning the key
  • For flush mounting
  • High security with pull protection and ceiling tamper switch
  • Sturdy housing

Flush Mount Key-switch (Art. no. SE1100)

We expressly recommend having this product installed by a certified specialist.

Use the flush mount key-switch to arm and disarm your alarm system. Simply turn the key instead of entering a PIN code. Operating your system is faster and easier. Apart from the arm/disarm function of the alarm system (or individual partitions), you can use the flush mount key-switch to control electronic equipment (entrance lighting, garage door, etc.). Two switch contacts are provided. You can set these as a permanent contact or as a pulse generator. The two colored LEDs inform you permanently about the state of connected devices. For example, you can see if the system is currently armed or disarmed. The reinforced fascia plate, the high-quality ABUS cylinder and a robust weatherproof housing (IP 55) protect the key-switch against external influences. The flush mount key-switch is designed for half-cylinders (10/30). It is available for both surface and flush fitting. The surface-fitted variant is protected from tampering by a cover contact and an anti-removal wall contact.

Art. no.: SE1100
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 106x134x42 mm
Width: 106 mm
Housing material: ABS
Height: 134 mm
Length: 42 mm
Power consumption: 0,02 W
Installation location: Flush fitting
Net weight: 0,45 kg
Tamper monitoring:
IP protection class: 55
DC voltage supply: 10-15 V
Status display: Yes (2 LEDs)
Power consumption: 2 mA

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Flush-fitting key switch

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