JVA Z Range 4 Line LCD Keypad

R 539.95

Product Vendor : JVA

Availability : In Stock

The JVA 4-Line LCD Keypad is an integral component in the JVA Security Electric Fence product range. Providing a centralized interface between the Customer and their Perimeter Security Solution; it displays the current condition of each security device connected and can draw attention to adverse fence conditions.

The keypad is used to control individual fence Energizers; Monitors or the entire site. The Customer has access to all of these features via a Menu Driven system or by entering key sequences. Security Installers also use the keypad to configure the JVA Security devices to the customer’s needs.

Control; monitor and program any Z-Series device
Displays Armed / Disarmed status and any trouble or alarm
Device screen displays fence voltages and conditions
Visual and Audible indication of alarm and trouble events
Menu driven interface
4-line Backlit LCD Display
Quick Arm/Disarm keys
500 entry Event Log with accurate Date and Time information
1 - 14 energizers can be controlled from one Keypad;
1 - 3 keypads can control one energizer

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Delivery time once shipped: 1 - 3 Days

This product has 6 months warranty. If the Goods are defective in any way this must be reported as soon as reasonably possible after the product having been delivered to you and must be returned to us within a period of 30 days after delivery. If the Goods are not the same as what was ordered this must be reported within 24 hours of delivery. Any damage must also be immediately reported, within 24 hours of delivery.

Unwanted Goods: To be eligible for a return, a return must be logged within 7 days of delivery, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

Normal cancellations are not accepted; forced cancellations will incur a 15% restocking charge.

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