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  • 80-922-1 Repeater For Interlogix Panels

    Receives and retransmits signals from Learn Mode sensors - touchpads - and other Repeaters to increase the distance a sensor can be mounted from the control panel. Fea Learn More

  • Ademco Wireless Receiver

    The receiver can support however many zones the panel can support. Supports all 5800 series wireless devices. Learn More

  • DSC Wireless Repeater Module

    The WS4920HE - DSC Wireless Repeater Module is a wireless repeater designed to extend the range of DSC one-way wireless transmitters and to improve signal quality between the transmitter and receiver. Use the WS4920HE to remedy transmission problems caused by excessive noise or other interference, or by long distances between devices and receivers. The maximum recommended number of WS4920HE's per alarm system is 4. Learn More

  • ELK Wireless Receiver For Use With Honeywell Sensors

    The ELK-M1XRF2H is a Wireless (RF) Receiver and Input Expander for use with the ELK-M1 and ELK-M1EZ8 Controls. This receiver is compatible with Honeywell (Ademco) 5800 series wireless transmitters. The M1XRF2H connects to the four (4) wire data (keypad) bus of the control and integrates in much the same way as a M1XIN hardware zone expander except that a single M1XRF2H can handle up to 144 wireless zones (e.g. transmitter sensors or points). Learn More

  • Honeywell 16 Zone Wireless Receiver

    Honeywell 16 Zone Wireless Receiver. Supports all 5800 series wireless devices. Learn More

  • Honeywell 8 Zone Wireless Receiver

    Ademco 8 zone Wireless Receiver. Supports all 5800 series wireless devices. Learn More

  • Honeywell RF Wireless Repeater Module

    Honeywell 5800RP is a wireless repeater that extends the range of 5800 series RF devices. For installations that require increased RF range, the 5800RP eliminates the need to run Learn More

  • Honeywell Wireless Transceiver

    The 5883H combines a 5881ENH Receiver and a 5800TM Transmission Module, making wireless bi-directional installations faster and easier than ever before. Since there is only on Learn More

  • Interlogix 48 Zone Wireless Receiver- NX-548E

    The NX-548E receiver adds wireless capabilities to the NetworX line of control panels. Adding the receiver makes these control panels compatible with NX wireless transmitte Learn More

  • Linear DXR-702 Two-Channel Wireless Receiver

    The DXR-702 is a two-channel digital receiver with two isolated relay outputs designed for use with Linear"™s DX Format transmitters. This receiver can be used in a variety of remote control applications. When the receiver detects a signal from a transmitter programmed into its memory, the appropriate relay output activates. The relays have four optional output configurations. When the relays are set to latch, the receiver outputs will follow the open/close door status sent from DXT-31 door/window transmitters.

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Alarm RF Wireless Receivers

An RF receiver may be the most important peripheral you never knew you needed. For those unaware, these simple electronic devices separate radio signals from one another and convert specific signals into audio, video, or data formats. The receiver uses an antenna to receive transmitted radio signals and a tuner to separate specific signals from all others received by the antenna. These kinds of receivers are used in a variety of applications and industries in everyday life, including home security.

Optimize Your Control Panel

When it comes to home security, alarm RF receivers are designed for use with control panels that support an RF receiver connection via the remote keypad connection points. If the specs size up, the RF receiver (depending on the model) can add wireless capability and range to any control panel. This is an ideal solution for placing detectors and remote control units without having to tediously wire detectors to a control panel.

Improve Your Coverage

Furthermore, within a basic alarm system, integrating an alarm RF receiver should eliminate the possibility of "dead spots" and “nulls” within the coverage area. Remember, an alarm RF receiver is capable of supporting the maximum amount of transmitters that your existing control panel can handle. But also note that the presence of multiple receivers does not increase the number of transmitters that your system can support. Consult your documentation to determine the full capability of your RF receiver, or review the product descriptions on this site for a more detailed breakdown of each device.

A Plethora of Uses

By using a transmitter with an RF receiver (again, depending on model and specs), you not only have the ability to arm and disarm your alarm system, but you’re even capable of unlocking or securing doors, controlling house lights and opening and closing your garage door remotely. The RF receiver is an importance piece of the home automation puzzle.

Order Your RF Receiver

If you’re not sure which receiver is right for you, feel free to contact our Tech Support team during regular business hours. HomeSecurityStore.com carries the ultimate selection of RF receivers by top manufacturers like Secure Wireless, Visonic Security Systems and Honeywell. Explore the full range, take advantage of our superior sale prices, and find what you need today.

RF Receivers

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