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Insteon Contact Closure Interface Sensing Alarm
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Insteon

Contact Closure Interface Sensing Alarm

$45.99 /each

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The latest Insteon plug-in module, I/O Linc, lets you monitor and control any Low-Voltage devices such as alarm sensors, electric door strikes, and contact closures as part of your Insteon home automation network. With one dry-contact sensor input you can control many Insteon devices throughout the house. Plus, use the built-in single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switch; connect any Low-Voltage-powered device for continuous or momentary operation. Create your own remote-control door lock using an electric door strike and power supply or use a security sensor turn Insteon controlled lights on or off. I/O Linc is also backward-compatible with X10.

  • Monitor and control pool valves, electric door strikes, garage doors and more using your Insteon or x10 network
  • 4 output relay modes allow you to control many different types of devices
  • Control Insteon lights and appliances using standard sensors
  • Contains 1 sensor input and 1 output relay (NO/NC)

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Name Siren Plugin Module Contact Closure Interface Sensing Alarm Portable 4-Zone Motion Sensor Alarm Wireless PIR Indoor Motion Detector. The wireless Indoor Motion Detector requires a tattletale base unit to operate.
Brand Insteon Insteon IDEAL Security tattletale
Ratings (0) (0) (1) (1)
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Wired or Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless
Features Mult-Alarm Settings No Additional Features 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,Infrared No Additional Features
Included No additional components or accessories are included No additional components or accessories are included Batteries,Battery Back-Up Batteries
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Does this interface with other z-wave hubs?

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