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Hub 2

In control of security, not your private life

Hub 2 manages all the Ajax devices in the system to alert users about open doors, broken windows, threats of fire and flooding. If burglars break into your facility, Hub 2 will notify the monitoring station 1and send photos from the MotionCam detectors. You won’t need to live under the constant supervision of the security cameras to know what’s going on.

 

Description

Hub 2 manages all the Ajax devices in the system to alert users about open doors, broken windows, threats of fire and flooding. If burglars break into your house, Hub 2 can transmit pictures from the MotionCam detectors and notify the alarm response company about the danger. You won’t need to live under the constant supervision of the security cameras to know what’s going on.

  • Transmits photos from MotionCam detectors
  • Automatically notifies the alarm response company
  • Full system control in one app
  • Communicates via 3 independent channels

Tech Specs

Classification Intelligent security system control panel supporting ethernet and two SIM cards
Installation indoors
Connected devices 100
Video surveillance support Up to 25 cameras or DVRs
Users 50
Rooms 50
Security groups 9
Connected ReX 5
Scenarios 32
Delivery time 0.15 sec
Notification types SMS, call, push-notification
Main supply 110−240 V
Battery life Up to 16 hours
Dimensions 163 x 163 x 36mm
Weight 362g

Alarm photo verification in 9 seconds

Hassle-free installation

Always connected — via cable and cellular networks

Controlled with apps

We refrained from control buttons on the control panel body and archaic interfaces — apps are more convenient and reliable. They connect to a hub via a secure channel through the Ajax Cloud server located in several AWS data centres. Server availability in 2021 was 99.995%.

Apps allow system users with administrator rights to manage the security of the facility, change settings of the hub and the devices connected to it, create scenarios, and monitor events. From a smartphone or a PC. On the site and remotely.