NAPCO's Freedom F64 system runs code-free, and ties into existing deadbolt operations to arm itself, meaning alarm customers will not need to remember codes.
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Amityville, NY - NAPCO Security Systems, Inc., is proud to introduce the technologically advanced Freedom F64 Code-free Security System that eliminates false alarms and maximizes account retention. Freedom is the first code-free system that turns on and off automatically just by using existing deadbolt locks.
Designed with simplicity in mind, Napco eliminated security codes and entry/exit countdowns to achieve stress free and false alarm free operation.
Napco technology uses a standard deadbolt with a patented lock sensing tab inserted into the lock hole. Deadbolt and door open status are wirelessly transmitted to the lock receiver on the multifunction keypad.
The Freedom multifunction touchpad, with wireless lock interface, controls up to two doors and has a powerful built-in alarm siren, Pet PIR sensor with 25' wide angle coverage, talking voice-aid assist speaker, 4-zone expansion module and a wireless lock receiver. The customizable alphanumeric two-line display shows lock/door status monitored by the system. Other features include programmable panic, ambush and chime functions.
Freedom F64 is expandable up to 64 zones and supports all Gemini wireless transmitters and standard security devices including smoke, carbon monoxide and motion detectors, video surveillance, glass break detection and panic buttons. The partitionable control panel supports 8 to 64 zones, 64 users, 4 areas, and a 400 event log.
Learn more about Freedom's ease of use, false alarm prevention, easy installation, kits and components, and account retention at www.napcosecurity.com/freesystem.html. For an introductory trial period, we're so confident that you and your accounts will love the Freedom F64 that we're offering you your first system completely free, and we'll help install it onsite. Sign up to take the Freedom F64 Free System Challenge at www.napcosecurity.com/freesystem.html.