Pyronix releases the Enforcer V10

Rotherham, South Yorkshire (UK)

The new Pyronix Enforcer V10 combines all the best attributes of the Enforcer 32WE and the Homecontrol+

The Enforcer V10 brings together all the best features of the Enforcer 32WE and Enforcer Homecontrol+ panels with the same simple programming menus and the same comprehensive range of Pyronix peripherals.

In the digital world PSTN is becoming an outdated method of communication, where smart devices, IP and applications are king. As technology develops, there is more and more emphasis towards smart apps and push notifications, particularly as mobile companies switch off TAP servers that are needed for text messaging over PSTN.

PSTN and traditional phone lines continue to develop issues since the move to digital, while IP communications and push notifications with smart apps go from strength to strength. The Enforcer V10 recognises this and delivers a completely future-proof solution.

The new Enforcer V10 control panel (software version 10 and above) comes supplied with a Digi-Wifi module for free, as standard (other communication options are sold separately). This means users can immediately benefit from Pyronixcloud and Homecontrol+ connectivity, which helps to save money, retain customers, generate recurring revenue streams, deliver quick and easy upsell advantages and increase efficiency and profitability.

Pyronix have removed the need to choose between the Enforcer 32WE or the Enforcer Homecontrol+, instead the installer can offer every communication option, with one panel. If users change their mind, or the network signalling or internet capability of an area changes, the installer can simply switch the Enforcer V10 to another communication method and it’s ready to go. It even updates its own programming menu to suit.

In addition, if the option to purchase the Enforcer Voice communicator is taken up, then with the new Enforcer V10, voice messages can be received from the control panel to a landline or mobile telephone number. Ideal for users who do not own smart phones or simply prefer clear and straightforward voice messages over apps or text messaging.

Utilising IP and all its benefits also includes much faster connection speeds for UDL remote maintenance.

Sending engineers to site to fit invasive and time consuming wired systems becomes a thing of the past, when they can fit commercial wireless and deliver the same level of security. Commercial wireless with the Enforcer V10 is available now and can increase efficiency and contribute towards a smarter work ethic.


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