PG9920 PowerG Wireless Repeater
The PG9920 PowerG Wireless Repeater significantly extends the communication range between the alarm system and other PowerG devices where the size of the building, layout or even materials of construction, require additional coverage.
When messages from the wireless PowerG devices are received, the PG9920 forwards these messages to the control panel.
The PG9920 continuously measures communication quality and automatically sets transmission power to the minimum required for reliable communication.
Wireless Convenience and Easy Installation
With minimal installation time required and few holes to drill, the PG9920 Wireless Repeater reduces on-site time and increases productivity and revenue. The PG9920 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
PowerG robust, industry leading commercial grade wireless technology
Extends the communication range between the alarm systems and other PowerG devices
Visible link quality LED indication
AC powered, with rechargeable 48-hour backup battery
LED indications for power failure, activity and installation performance diagnostics
Wall and case tamper protection
Compatible with PowerSeries Neo systems - The power of PowerG: The power behind PowerSeries Neo lies in various innovative technologies, including the revolutionary PowerG, which, bundled together, provide a robust and feature-rich platform designed to reduce operational costs for dealers and provide ultimate reliability for end users.
Multichannel, Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum technology - to overcome frequency blocking and interference
Adaptive Transmission Power - for battery life preservation
High transmission ranges - for reliable communication within up to 2km/2187 yards line-of-sight
Name: DSC PG9920 PowerG Wireless Repeater, Johnson Controls, DSC
Category: DSC, Intrusion, Alarm Control Panels & Keypads, Control Panel Repeaters
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