PG9911 Wireless PowerG Outdoor Siren
The PG9911 is a fully supervised Wireless PowerG Outdoor Siren, designed for installation in areas in which wiring is difficult or impossible. The PG9911 is a self-powered wireless outdoor siren that provides the perfect security solution for home owners looking for an external siren that is both affordable and easy to install. The PG9911 combines form and function to provide improved protection against intruders, before they get the chance to enter the home
Easy to Install | Signal Quality Indication
Since the PG9911 is wireless, it can conveniently be installed in numerous locations outside the home. With fewer holes to drill and reduced installation time, an installer can quickly move on to another installation.
The PG9911 Wireless PowerG Outdoor Siren is equipped with a visible signal quality LED indicator that lets the installer choose the optimal location for installation, eliminating the effort of going back and forth to the keypad. Additionally, device configuration is quick and easy with no hardware switches or need to re-open devices. All device configuration settings are handled on the keypad with no need to re-open the device once installed.
Differentiated audible and visual alerts are emitted in the case of Fire, Carbon Monoxide, Burglary and Flood events, ensuring that no alert goes unnoticed. In addition to providing a loud audible alert, the PG9911 also contains a built-in high-power strobe light providing a visual alert of the event.
PowerG robust industry leading commercial grade wireless technology
Sleek design and robust weatherproof housing (IP55)
110dB Siren with strobe light
Long-life lithium batteries
Compatible with PowerSeries Neo systems
Name: DSC PG9911B BATT PowerG Wireless Outdoor Siren With Battery, Johnson Controls, DSC
Category: DSC, Intrusion, Security Sirens & Strobes, Siren & Strobe Combo
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