MAXSYS Security System
The Heart of the System
    Your MAXSYS DSC security system has a control panel which comes in many different sizes.This resides generally in the utility room. The panel connects all of the devices to the main user interface points such as a keypad or wireless key. It also communicates alarm events to the central monitoring station.
    - MAXSYS system has only one keypad but has different control panel software versions
  • Features available from the Keypad
  • User Guide for Models v3.0
  • User Guide for Models v3.3
  • User Guide for Models v3.5
  • For other user manuals see links at the bottom of this page
PC4108A / PC4116
  • PC4108A adds 8 hardwire zones
  • PC4116 adds 16 hardwire zones
  • AUX power rated at 250 mA (PTC protected)
  • Supports 64 wireless zones, 16 wireless keys
  • All wireless detectors are fully supervised for
    communication integrity
  • Easy sensor enroll process
  • Connect up to 8 receivers on 1 system
  • Egg-crate backplate for flexible LED locations
  • Pre-printed point display transparency
  • Clear transparencies (2) for custom graphics
Output Module
  • Provides 16 programmable outputs: rated at 50 mA @ 12 VDC
  • Connect up to 9 PC4216 modules per system
Door Contacts
    - Used for perimeter
  • Protects doors and windows
Motion Detectors
    - Standard and pet-immune options
  • Dual-detection technology for reduction of false alarms
  • Glassbreak detectors are also available to detect the sound of breaking glass
Smoke Detectors
    - Detects both smoke and heat
  • Alerts the central monitoring station about the nature of the alarm
  • Allows for quick fire dispatch that can protect possessions and pets when the family is not home
Additional Sensors
    - Alert the system in the event of a power shutdown
  • Low temperature indicator
  • Water flow or flood condition
  • Carbon monoxide detection
Comfort and Convenience
    - Add-on modules can turn any touchtone telephone into a fully functional keypad
  • Control lighting and thermostat from the keypad or the phone
  • Set lighting schedules throughout the premises
Alarm Communication
    In addition to standard phone-line alarm communication to the central monitoring station, there are several alternative primary and back-up options. What is installed depends on the level of security required and on the application (commercial versus residential)


  • Wireless GSM communicator communicates signals over the digital cellular system
  • Protect against accidental line cuts cause by storms, construction or deliberate tampering

  • Internet alarm communication runs on your hi-speed service
  • Improves security with a fully supervised line (the central monitoring station knows almost instantly in the event of a line cut)
  • Security managers can program their systems remotely with additional software

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