Honeywell Ademco TUXWIFIW Tuxedo Touch Controller w/ Wi-Fi, White (6280i) 7" Screen
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- 7" color widescreen display, 800 x 480 resolution TFT display with 16 million colors
- Centralized control of security system, video cameras, Z-Wave enabled thermostats, lights, locks and more from your Tuxedo Touch. Use either Wi-Fi or Ethernet to connect to the premises LAN. View up to four IP cameras at once on the Tuxedo Touch display.
- Z-Wave controller built-in Supports up to 232 Z-Wave devicesMost Z-Wave enabled thermostats, locks, lights and shades are compatible (see compatibility charts)
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|Package Height||2.9 x 7.5 x 10.8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.35 pounds|
Honeywell’s Tuxedo Touch is a 7", high-resolution graphic touchscreen that functions as an integrated security system keypad, home controller, camera viewer and digital picture frame in one. It a cost-effective way to capture new markets by seamlessly integrating security with cameras and Z-Wave® enabled thermostats, lights, locks and shades. A built-in web server lets end-users control Tuxedo Touch anywhere in their home and view live video on up to four local cameras per screen on an iPhone®, iPad®, Android™, BlackBerry®, Internet TV or any compatible wireless mobile device.* Use either Wi-Fi or Ethernet to connect to the premises LAN. Whether controlling the security system or other functions within the home, the large graphic icons—which also match the Total Connect interface—simplify operation. Homeowners can receive important alerts about events remotely with Honeywell Total Connect™ Remote Services—a great RMR opportunity. A digital picture frame feature can be managed by end-users with the simple insertion of an SD card—letting them create cinema-quality slideshows right at the Tuxedo Touch display. A choice of white or silver/black blend with any décor. Tuxedo Touch is available in English, French Canadian and Spanish language options, with voice annunciation of alarm status (English only)
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Decided to migrate from a low end keyboard and not willing to deal with an alarm company.
Fist you have to "instruct" your alarm panel to recognize this device, meaning look for those instructions in the programming manual using the old keyboard. Good luck with that.
Once it is powered and working, the display has a "convenient" feature of showing in the screen an interface that resembles the old keyboard... so again you can use the old programming manual for instance, to install RF sensors (these sensors are wireless but not WiFi). For this, it is required an additional panel if your system has no previous wireless sensors. $39.99 in Amazon.
The interface of the Tuxedo has thee main areas of operation:
- Security: to control the alarm system
- Automation: integrate smart switches, thermostats, etc
- Multimedia: Video capability, show pictures in the screen and newer version has control of a sound system.
Security: have survived as after viewing YouTube videos on the topic, learned the overall logic of the alarm architecture and the way the instructions are presented in the manuals.
Automation: have not installed any Z Wave device at home, as unfortunately had some smart switches but those do not follow that protocol. Watch out for this detail when you are planning to automate your home. Only Z Wave devices.
Multimedia: not all security cameras are supported. Again only Z Wave. The ones from Honeywell are in the area of $100-200 dollars each.
Paying the cost of the Tuxedo, you would like to have control of the system in your phone and have a look of what's going on via the cameras... you can do it if your phone is in the same network the Tuxedo is using.
If you are away from home, you need to open a port in your wireless router and apparently with the IP address of the Tuxedo, you are able to control it. Again going to find help in YouTube to do this.
The user experience is designed to frustrate you so much, basically to motivate your decision to call an alarm company in order to make things work. Understand there is an app that the alarm company can give you support with, after their intervention.
The manuals are really poor written. Lots of acronyms not previously explained and the necessity of using the programming manual when you are basically in front of a smart device, talks about of the lack of interest of Honeywell on offering a positive user experience without the participation of the alarm company.
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First unit broke after living in new house 1 year. First the screen went dark (so we stopped using it, planning to replace), then 1 week later all the sirens went...Read more