What is it?
The Pitbull Alarm is an intrusion alarm control panel, designed for houses,
cottages, country homes, summer houses garages and other premises. Pitbull Alarm uses GSM/GPRS communication channels. The system alerts homeowners via SMS, call, or mobile app notifications. It also reports to the monitoring station, using their preferred protocols. Eldes Cloud Services included.
What does it do?
Pitbull Alarm looks like a simple PIR (Passive Infra-Red) sensor. It has 2 PIR sensors, so is pet-immune (up to 40 kg).
More importantly, Pitbull Alarm is a complete GSM/GPRS alarm system with the integrated wireless module to pair up to 16 additional wireless sensors and controllers into one system.
There is also a microphone for covert listening, temperature sensor and back-up battery onboard.
Pitbull Alarm installation consists of several simple steps and takes less than 5 minutes.
Up to 10 users;
Up to 16 ELDES wireless devices;
Remote configuration with ELDES Configuration Tool;
Remote control and configuration using: mobile app, web, SMS or voice call;
Can be controlled via ELDES Cloud;
Pet immune motion sensor (up to 40 kg);
Wireless module information:
The built-in wireless module provides system expansion capabilities to Pitbull Alarm system by binding up to 16 additional ELDES wireless devices, such as smoke detectors, sirens, door/window sensors, flood detectors, keypads, key-fobs, wireless signal repeater, making Pitbull Alarm a really smart solution!
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