Latest CDMA Radio Gives Dealers More Options To Attract Customers In Alternative Cellular Areas with LYNX Family Compatibility
MELVILLE, N.Y., May 17, 2016– Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced expanded cellular coverage with Verizon CDMA coverage for its LYNX 5210 and LYNX 7000 self-contained control panels, giving security dealers more options to expand their businesses in alternative cellular coverage areas. The CDMA-L57 Radio completes Honeywell’s suite of alarm communications radios compatible with Verizon 1xRTT technology, enabling select Honeywell security panels to communicate across this network.
All radios in the series support alarm signal transport for fire, burglary and status messages, are pre-activated for faster installation and are remotely upgradable for lower maintenance costs. And, when used with Honeywell Total Connect Remote Services®, security dealers have the opportunity to earn and increase recurring monthly revenue (RMR).
The line of radios from Honeywell leverages Verizon’s wireless network, which is based on Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) technology. Radios registered via AlarmNet™ 360 can be activated in all Verizon and Verizon partner coverage areas, helping dealers increase their wireless footprint and speed up installations.
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