New Pyronix panel for simplicity and functionality

Posted On 08 Sep 2017
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Note: The EURO 46 V10 comes with a EUR-064 keypad as standard. Other keypads are available to purchase

Pyronix has launched the EURO 46 V10 control panel, the latest addition to the V10 range (available for the UK and Republic of Ireland markets). The panel is described as adding new functionality and installer opportunities through upsell and customer retention features.

This latest release simplifies the EURO control panel product range, by replacing the EURO 46 and EURO 46 APP variants of panels and brings them both under the V10 umbrella. That means less stocking of multiple panels, with the same features and compatibility on previous versions. Rather than the installer adapting their product holding for various installations, the EURO 46 V10 will adapt its programming structure based on the communicator that is installed. This means that installers can simply upgrade systems to be HomeControl+ App compatible in the future, by switching the communicator rather than the entire panel; thus offering upsell opportunities.

The EURO 46 V10 will be sold in two variants; a small and large metal end-station. This gives installers the choice of grade 2 and grade 3 installations respectively and offers the facility of a grade 3 compliant app compatible system; a benefit for larger commercial installations. In addition, the EURO 46 V10 offers further flexibility through the hybridity of the control panels. Adding PSI award-winning Enforcer two-way wireless peripherals to any installation is easy thanks to the EURO ZEM32-WE two-way wireless expander.

“The EURO 46 V10 offers a completely versatile security solution that can deliver everything from bells-only, to a fully functional lifestyle solution with the HomeControl+ App,” said Pyronix Marketing Manager, Laurence Kenny. “With the impact that smart devices, IP and mobile applications are having on our industry, the Pyronix V10 range protects our customers by delivering every security option with one range of panels. Instead of communication being a key consideration, now it is simply whether an initially wireless or wired fit is required.

“Another key upgrade is the increase in the number of wired zones available. Now installers will have 76 wired zones as opposed to 46 in the previous versions. The hybrid nature of the panels means that 64 wireless zones can be added. We are making it easy for our customers and delivering value to them.”