COMSEC introduces FBII's Code Encrypter II,a handheld remote with features galore.

August '99 Access Control & Identity Management

Now available from COMSEC, a keyfob that offers the convenience of a handheld remote combined with the versatility of a keypad. The Code Encryptor II from FBII can be used to activate an alarm system, open the garage door, set off a panic button and even turn on the lights on a driveway. In addition, the signal emitted by the Code Encryptor II cannot be duplicated as it is code-hopping, sending a different code each time it is activated.

This state-of-the-art technology can be easily retrofitted to any FBII control panel, as well as most other alarm manufacturers' control panels through the data bus. Acting as a handheld keypad, the Code Encryptor II uses no zones and will provide an away, stay, disarm and panic output. A status light can be mounted in the garage to show the status of the alarm system as you leave or come home.

The keyfob has a code-learning facility that allows the addition of new remotes or the deletion of lost or stolen ones. The Code Encryptor II will supervise and monitor the battery inside the remote control, giving an alert when it needs to be replaced.

The Code Encryptor II offers security, convenience and peace of mind - all at the push of a button.

For details contact COMSEC Kyalami on tel: (011) 466 2300, Braamfontein (011) 403 3030, Pretoria (012) 664 5750, Cape Town (021) 510 3798, Durban (031) 304 0440, Pietermaritzburg (0331) 42 2045, Port Elizabeth (041) 586 0730 or East London (043) 743 4703.





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