Intrusion control panel

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Intrusion control panel

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs allow you to create a next-generation intrusion control panel system with wired and wireless connectivity, advanced sensing, new human machine interface (HMI) technologies and security features.

Design requirements

Intrusion control panel designs often require:

  • Multiple communication protocols on wired (Ethernet, RS-485) and wireless interfaces (Wi-Fi, BLE, Sub-1GHz).
  • Efficient multi-stage power tree with battery charging and gauging to enable at least 24-hour operation on battery backup.
  • Ability to reduce false alarms using multiple sensor input.
  • Two-way audio communication and control with cloud intelligence.

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