Elk Products 319 Series Wireless Sensors Work With Interlogix Protocol

The latest Elk Products devices provide an economical way to employ the 319.5 MHz wireless band.

Elk Products 319 Series Wireless Sensors Work With Interlogix Protocol

Elk Products 319 series sensors provide dealers with a choice of economical wireless devices to use with 319.5 MHz receivers.

Adding a number of new solutions to its product line headlined by new wireless devices, the new Elk Products 319 Series wireless sensors are engineered to provide value to security system hardware installations. 

Elk Products says the 319 series are engineered to work with 319.5 MHz receivers and are designed to deliver maximum battery life from commonly used batteries. 

The company also states that its latest one-way wireless receivers adhere to the Interlogix protocol to provide integrators with additional levels of system flexibility. 

Moreover, Elk emphasizes the 319 Series also provides flexibility with its M1 controllers for options that extend beyond its premium, two-way encrypted wireless products. 

Dual Path Communicator Messages Quickly During Emergency Situations 

Providing integrators with more system options, the company has announced its ELK-C1M1LTEV Dual-Path Alarm Communicator (Verizon LTE Version).

Through the implementation of Elk Products' Dual-Path Alarm Communicator, integrators can install systems that reduce the transmission of emergency messages to help ensure the highest levels of safety in emergency scenarios.

The C1M1 delivers fast data communications to central-monitoring stations over IP and cellular networks. The product automatically sends emergency signals over the best pathway to help ensure the speed of emergency communications.

Related: Cybersecurity for M1 Security System a Goal of Elk

Verifying its consistent performance, Elk explains the product periodically tests IP and cellular network connectivity to validate the C1M1 delivers the fastest and most reliable communications speeds. 

In addition, the C1M1 supports remote access with no port forwarding or extra fees. 

Integrators can activate and manage C1M1 communicators; they can remotely program M1 control over the IP or cellular pathway, and end users can remotely arm or disarm the M1 control in addition to viewing system status, including system history and receiving email/text alerts.