Secvest alarm system: easy operation and arming

The Secvest can be easily operated. It can be armed and disarmed by remote control, button, PIN code, chip key, the turn of a key, or using a mobile phone. The response in the form of a voice announcement, an optical or acoustic signal lets you know the status of the system.

Exceptional functionality and operation

Operation of the Secvest wireless alarm system is as easy and convenient as the system is flexible. Easy operation is the key to a trouble-free day at home. Arming and disarming the system is as simple as can be – for example using the remote control with status display. Whenever the system is operated or you query the status, it displays the current status of the system (armed or disarmed). Numerous other control devices simplify the operation of your alarm panel.

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Secvest simplicity – our control panels make your life easy

You control your wireless alarm system with the greatest of ease and confidence: It can be armed and disarmed by remote control, pushbutton, PIN code, chip key, the turn of a key, or using a mobile phone.

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Always convenient – always in the know

You receive feedback from the system in the form of a visual or acoustic signal. And the best thing is: The English language voice response makes operating the Secvest danger alarm system easy as pie. The alarm system speaks with you and confirms your entries with easy-to-understand statements such as “The alarm system is armed.” You always know what's going on and the risk of false alarms is reduced to an absolute minimum.

Security at your fingertips – it's that easy

Just one press of a button on the Secvest key at the front door is enough to make everything safe and secure when you leave your home. And when you come home: Just unlock the door and the system disarms automatically. You receive immediate confirmation of the changed status - acoustically! You will never forget to arm or disarm your alarm system, so you can forget about false alarms.

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