When initially activated, the system is in ‘Disarmed’ state. In Disarmed state, the sensors are ignored. The alarm does
not sound. The system remains in this state until the user enters a valid password via the keypad (in our demonstration system, the password is “1234”). When a valid password is entered, the systems enters ‘Arming’ state.
In Arming state, the system waits for 60 seconds, to allow
the user to leave the area before the monitoring process begins. ...
Consequently, Seller shall have no liability for any personal injury, property damage or loss based on a claim that the product fails to give warning. However, if seller is held liable, whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage arising under this limited warranty or otherwise, regardless of cause of origin, sellers maximum liability shall not exceed the purchase price of the product, which shall be the complete and exclusive remedy against seller.
* 2 segment 20 seconds （total 40 seconds）recordable emergency voice message, message1 for zone1~ zone8 or panic trigger, message2 for 24 hour zone trigger (Optional for T058VS)
* Built-in flash memory to protect system data for failure
* Lighted keypad
* Battery low indication
* Home mode function
* Built-in 105dB alarm(with programmable alarm on/off)
* Send wireless signal control outdoor siren or AC socket or lamp holder function
* Tamper switch detect function
* Cut telephone line detect function...
An alarm system is composed of three primary elements: sensors, controls
and annunciation. Sensors consist of switches, motion detectors, sound or
vibration detectors and other devices that are designed to “sense” the presence
of an intruder, either the point of entry or when he moves within the residence
Sensors can also take the form of buttons, that the occupant uses to activate a
duress alarm. Controls consist of a panel and a keypad into which a code
number that arms or disarms the system is entered.