Colorado vNet Bulks Up Security Blanket
Colorado vNet has added control integration for DSC and GE security products to its home automation system.
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Colorado vNet’s Security Application Module can control DSC and GE offerings now
March 02, 2009 by Arlen Schweiger

Security may not be as sexy as home theater or even lighting control, but your home automation system wouldn’t be complete without it. Neither would your peace of mind.

If you have a system from Colorado vNet, your home security options have been expanded, because the company has added integration of DSC and GE offerings to go with the Honeywell Vista models already included.

The new offerings feature integrated security from DSC’s PowerSeries and GE’s Concord 4 Series of products.

With Colorado vNet’s Security Application module getting the systems up and running for you, the controls, settings and management of your security are at your fingertips with one of the company’s Vibe Touchscreens.

You can arm or disarm any part of your security system from whatever room you have a touchscreen, quickly tap a panic notification button and engage other security settings with ease.

Colorado vNet’s SE1-40 application module can let you control security on up to 40 touchscreens—but if you don’t live in a home the size of a city block you can use Security Application Modules SE1-5, SE1-10, SE1-20, and SE1-30 (with the hyphenated number corresponding to the number of applicable touchscreens.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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