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Honeywell Releases Wireless Security System
LYNXR-I aims to addresses the growth of alternate communication technologies.
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
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