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Honeywell Releases Wireless Security System
LYNXR-I aims to addresses the growth of alternate communication technologies.
Honeywell-LYNXRI
January 24, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

It’s nice to see some of the big boys acknowledge that not everyone has access inside their walls. Today, Honeywell announced LYNXR-I Self-Contained Wireless Control, the latest addition to the LYNX quick-install family. Designed with future expandability in mind, the LYNXR-I should prepare your dealer with the goods to address the emergence of VoIP, migration to cell phones and the growth of digital radio networks. 

That’s right: Despite it being a wireless product, you’ll have to call in a pro to get one.

LYNXR-I supports the Honeywell family of communicators, including the 7845i and 7845GSM.  It also supports alarm reporting and downloading using IP and long-range radio. The LYNXR-I also works with ordinary telephone lines.

With features including compatibility with all 5800 Series devices and built-in two-way voice, which lets your central station company contact you in case of an emergency. Other key features include voice, a built-in message center, reminders, “Follow Me” and scheduling.
 


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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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