In case it is used with remote controls, it replaces an electronic key by supplying one on-off output, and another one signalling armed/disarmed status through different pulses. Extremely versatile, it may also be used with keypads, control units and other transmitters for house- and general automations.
These devices receive radio signals from all Silentron transmitting devices (remote controls, detectors, control panels) outputting various reports based on employed transmitter. Tampering, supervision/low battery and radio interference outputs are available for alarm system expansion applications.
Radio expansion of existing hardwired burglary alarm systems; gates opening, switching on lights remotely controlled by one or more points; various uses which require a wireless connection between one or more transmitting device and a receiver. The choice between the three models depends on the number of required outputs (NC and/or NO).
Silentron receivers are installed where signal reception is required, therefore within radio range with respect to transmitters, bearing
in mind that they feature a built in antenna and cannot operate inside metal housings.