This armed response unit is developed and build by Wolf Secure specifically to add additional functionality and value to customers that buys the Wolf Secure product range.
What can you do with it:
Connect it to your armed response company radio unit
Connect it to an additional siren
Switch some appliance when alarm sounds
Use it as a panic system
 This specific unit is unique to Wolf Secure in that a microprocessor is used to control all functions and to provide additional features and stability not found in other similar systems.
As an example, this unit integrate fully with the wireless codes generated by the Wolf Secure DIY alarm systems to ensure 100% compatibility without needing any other code transmitting devices connected to the alarm system. In short this means that this unit “works out of the box” without having to connect transmitters and all kinds of other systems to the alarm itself. Simply connect this unit to your armed response company’s radio unit in minutes and forget about it.
We listen to our customers and installers and provide a separate SOS/panic output.
Our relay unit now support a separate SOS/panic output! This enable you to have a separate panic signal send to your armed response company.Ability to learn wireless devices
This unit can learn any of our DIY wireless sensors to provide a panic output, this include panic buttons, gas sensors, smoke sensors.
armed response unit
This also means that all panic related functionality is NOT part of the alarm system. This gives an extra layer of security to our customers and also allow a customer without an alarm system to use the SOS/panic functionality to send SOS signals to your armed response company.
We have done this of cause to increase value to Wolf Secure alarm customers and did so at a near cost price.The normal cost for this product is R680.00 but we offer a rebate to our customers that buy a Wolf Secure alarm system of R300.00. The total cost for this unit is then R380.00 if you buy it with an alarm system.
User instructions
This relay unit include 2 outputs:
1. The first output (white wire) is a trigger when the alarm is triggered
2. The second output (blue white or white wire with blue marking)is a trigger for the SOS buttons
Learning the SOS buttons
All SOS buttons, including the SOS button on the remote controllers must be programmed into the relay unit.
1. Press the button on the relay unit for 1-3 seconds. The LED light will come on, indicating that the unit is ready to learn.
2. Press the SOS button. The LED will flash 3 times to indicate that it learned the code successfully.
3. Repeat this procedure for each SOS button.NOTE: It is important to ensure that no other wireless sensor is triggered by mistake as the unit might learn the code from the wrong sensor.
Deleting sensor codes learned by this unit:
To delete the codes stored in the unit press and hold the button until the LED goes on (9 -12 seconds).
When the LED goes on release the button. The LED will flash 5 times, indicating that all codes are deleted.

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