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MG6250 GSM Console Starter Kit

Design your own DIY system, Paradox MG 6250 Alarm Panel Kit Incl. 1 x Free Remote, 1 x Free GSM Module, Free  programming, ready to install

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1 x Paradox Magellan MG-6250 Console

Free GPRS14 GSM Unit

Free 1 x Rem 15 remote Control

Free 1 x Battery for console

Free 1 x Power Supply

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Free programming


 

Make your own custom kit JUST CLICK ON THE ACCESSORIES TAB and add any wirless accessories up to 64, the programming will be done at no extra charge!

The New Paradox MG6250

 

The MG6250 has been developed with the latest industry requirements in mind regarding multi-channel reporting. Paradox`s Simultaneous Five-channel Reporting offers reporting via GPRS, GSM, SMS, Voice, and traditional landline. Simultaneous Five-channel Reporting was designed to be highly reliable and economical, with minimal programming. Under normal conditions, the console uses pre-determined reporting sequences based on channel availability, speed, and cost-effectiveness. In case of a panic or alarm, the console will report on all five channels, making sure the report is transmitted. This ensures worry-free, reliable communication with the central station or the user. The MG6250 supports two partitions for two separate security-monitored areas, with up to 64 wireless zones. In addition, the console also offers three arming levels: Stay, Sleep, and Full arming, as well as StayD-Paradox’s patented protection level that ensures better, adaptable, protected living. Offered in both white and silver, the MG6250 blends into any decor.

 

Features

• 2 partitions and up to 64 wireless zones

 

• Simultaneous Five-channel Reporting (GPRS, GSM, SMS, Voice, and traditional landline) *GPRS14 module required for GPRS, GSM and SMS capabilities.

 

• Voice and SMS (text message) reporting

 

• Firmware upgradeable via GPRS

 

Speakerphone via GSM or landline 

 

• Three arming levels (Stay, Sleep, and Full) and StayD 

 

• Built-in transceiver (433 or 868 MHz)

 

16 users, 16 remote controls 

 

User access system menus via telephone 

 

• Installer and user menu-driven programming

 

User access system menus via telephone

 

• Installer and user menu-driven programming

Highlights

Simultaneous Five-channel Reporting Offers reporting

via GPRS, GSM, SMS, Voice, and traditional landline, with pre-defined communication sequences to save installation time.

 

• Speakerphone via GSM or Landline provides a

fully-functional speakerphone that uses either GSM or a landline.

 

• GPRS14 Plug-in Communicator Module.

This integrated, concealed module provides reporting via

GPRS, GSM, and SMS (featuring dual SIM cards for provider redundancy).

 

• All-in-one 2-Partition 64-Zone Wireless

Console. Two partitions for two separate security monitored areas with up to 64 wireless zones (Stay, Sleep, and Full arming per partition). Supports the full Magellan line of wireless products (keypads, motion and smoke detectors, sirens, PGMs, remotes, and repeaters).

 

• Intuitive Menu-driven Programming.

Programming the console is performed via the unit’s menu-driven user interface, allowing system set-up to be quick and effortless.

 

• StayD - Always Armed, Never Disarmed.

Provides Paradox’s patented protection level that maximizes security for easier, better living.

 

SMS CAPABILITIES

It is now possible to arm in regular, stay, or sleep mode, and disarm your system by sending an SMS text message from a cell phone. The message must be sent to the MG6250’s phone number, as determined by the cell phone network provider. The text message command has a specific format and specific elements that must be sent to the phone number of the MG6250 console.

 



 

 

For more info

 

MG 6250 BROCHURE

MG 6250 MENU PROGRAMMING GUIDE

MG 6250 SECTION PROGRAMMING GUIDE

MG 6250 PROGRAMMING SHEET

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