Honeywell 5828V Ademco Wireless Talking Keypad
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- Can be added to a wireless home security system with video surveillance cameras and more
- Doesn't require running any wires; speaks in plain English
- Uses three AA batteries as a power supply (included)
- Large keypad, easy to use with single button operation
- Good looking white keypad matches perfectly with any decor
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 2 x 7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
The Ademco 5828V is an excellent addition to any Lynx system. The Honeywell 5828V Wireless Voice Keypad preserves your valuable time by offering the quickest and easiest installation of any secondary keypad on the market. The 5828V is quick and easy to install: it is not necessary to run any wires. The unit will mount anywhere, on counters, walls, and tabletops — and it even supplies the flexibility and convenience of operating the system from any location in the home. The 5828V speaks the system status and zone information in plain English, and you can employ the use of the built-in family message center to record and play back your own voice messages. Works well with Honeywell home security systems like the Vista 20P and the Lynx Touch 5000. Purchase with LiveWatch alarm monitoring and you can configure your home security system to call the police if there is an intruder, call the fire department if there is a fire or contact other emergency personal if there is a flood, freeze, carbon monoxide lead or other environmental issue. The Honeywell Ademco Vista 20P, Vista 15P and Lynx Touch all enable video monitoring, remote access, home automation, surveillance cameras and more.
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The bad: if you enter the numbers too fast they won't register. You. Must. Enter. Them. One. Per. Second. V. annoying. Sometimes misses a status updates from the base station due to interference or whatever, and will continue to display wrong information for some time--this is a limitation of the architecture and not the device, but there it is. It's an annoying little device that is making me consider running wires. It's just good enough to be good enough, but only just.