Videofied – Wireless Control Panel with 3 inputs, 2 outputs. IP 66 panel for Outdoor use

Videofied - Wireless Control Panel with 3 inputs, 2 outputs. IP 66 panel for Outdoor useProduct Code: XV-iP210

Price: R5,921.43


The XV-iP GPRS alarm panel is a Videofied®wireless, battery operated security system. The control panel is designed for residential and small commercial security applications where video verification is needed or desired.The control panel is powered by four 3.6V Lithium batteries that last up to four years, with normal system activity. It can also be powered by a mains power supply.A dual-tamper function is active 24 hours, whether or not the system is armed. An alarm occurs if the control panel cover is removed, or if the control panel is removed from the mounting surface.The user can arm and disarm the system by entering his code on the external keypad. The XV-iP panel is embedded with two programmable inputs and one programmable output.You can enhance radio or GPRS communication on the XV-iP panel by connecting external antennas.

Supervised Wireless Technology

The XV-iP series, along with all Videofied devices uses patented S2View® – Spread Spectrum, Videofied, Interactive, AES Encrypted Wireless technology, providing optimum signal integrity and security.
Bi-directional RF communication between all system devices and the system control panel assure high signal reliability. Integrated antennas eliminate protruding wires or rods cumbersome to install and unsightly to consumers, and if damaged could lead to potential system communication problems.
The panel supervises every device (excluding the remote keyfob) to monitor current open/close state, tamper condition, serial number, date of manufacture, firmware revision, and battery status.


> S2View® : Spread Spectrum, Videofied, Interactive AES Encrypted Wireless technology provides optimum signal integrity and security.
> Compatibility : works with all Videofied® wireless devices.
> Supervision of all devices (except remote keyfob).>Tamper detection : 24-hour dual-tamper function provides detection for both cover and wall removal. Control panel also monitors all system device tamper switches.
> Zones / Devices : 25 maximum.>Areas : 4 maximum. Area 1 predefined from factory for entry/exit delay. Areas 2, 3, and 4 can be configured as needed.
>Access codes : 20 maximum, 4 – 6 digits; one installer access code for on-site programming only.
>Configuration/Programming : on-site using alphanumeric keypads.
>Communication : reports to central monitoring stations using Frontel.
>Video verification : video resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, 0 lux sensitivity, 5-frames per second for approx. 10 seconds total recording time. 220K MPEG file.
>History/Event Log : maximum 4,000 events stored in flash memory that cannot be cleared or erased.


Complete system configuration/programming can be done on-site using alphanumeric keypads. Easy to understand text on a two line, 16-characters liquid-crystal (LCD) display guides you through programming, prompting you for simple yes/no or data entry responses. Complete punctuation symbols allow for accurate website/IP address entries and device location naming.


The XV-iP reports alarms and other system events by using the Frontel protocol. Frontel provides complete system reporting information and video verification to a central monitoring station set up with the Frontel alarm receiving software.

Video Verification

Incorporating MotionViewer™ into the security system allows for video verification of intrusion alarms. When the system is armed and an intruder trips MotionViewer™, the integrated camera captures a 10-second digital video clip which is sent to the central monitoring station by the control panel, which can forward them to an alert list.

History/Event Log

The XV-iP GPRS control panel records and stores all system activities and events (armings, disarmings, alarms, access codes entered, system programming changes, etc.) in flash memory, that cannot be cleared or erased.
The log accumulates a maximum of 4,000 events. As additional events occur, the control panel automatically deletes the oldest event. This ensures the most recent events reside in the log.
The history/event log can be viewed using an alphanumeric keypad or downloaded at the monitoring station.