Smartvest Wireless-Keypad (Art. no. FUBE35010A)

  • For arming/disarming the control panel
  • Integrated proximity chip key reader
  • Panic alarm which can be triggered at any time
  • Tamper alarm for unauthorised removal and/or manipulation of the control device
  • Illuminated touchpad
  • Power supply via batteries and/or external power supply

Smartvest Wireless-Keypad (Art. no. FUBE35010A)

Convenient operation via code or proximity chip
The Smartvest wireless control panel is an easy-to-use operating unit for the Smartvest wireless alarm system, which enables the user to arm (including internally when people are inside), disarm and trigger a panic alarm. Alarms can be disarmed by entering a code or thanks to the built-in proximity chip reader via RFID chips, in which case there is no need to input a code at all. Up to 8 RFID chips can be paired in total and then attached to everyday objects (e.g. your wallet or keys).

A clever design with eye-catching lights
Operation of the touchpad is visible due to the backlit interface, ensuring ease of use and an attractive appearance. Power can be supplied by connecting a power supply unit via the socket or by using batteries – both options are included within the scope of delivery.

Art. no.: FUBE35010A
Type of reader: 125 kHz
Power consumption Standby: 0,1 mA
Dimensions: 140 x 120 x 35 mm
Display: LED
Width: 120 mm
Radio frequency: 868 MHz
Housing material: ABS
Height: 140 mm
Length: 35 mm
Max. operating temperature: 40 °C
Max. receiving range (outdoors): 100 m
Max. receiving range (building): 30 m
Max. sending range (outdoors): 100 m
Max. sending range (building): 30 m
Min. operating temperature: 0 °C
Modulation: FSK
Net weight: 0,305 kg
Tamper monitoring: nein
Power consumption: 2,1 mA

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Smartvest Wireless-Keypad
  • 4x AA battery
  • 1x Power supply unit including EU, Australian and UK adapters
  • 1x Installation material
  • 1x Quick start guide

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Required accessories:

Smartvest Wireless Alarm System and App – Alarm Control Panel

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