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'''SC1200: SecuriLINK Home Security System'''
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We've designed the [http://www.x10.com/home-security.html SecuriLINK SMART Home Security System] to be extremely easy to set-up, affordable, straightforward and without the hidden fees. When the console is triggered, it flashes your home's lights, blares a piercing 95 decibel siren (about as loud as a home stereo on max volume), and activates the voice dialer system.
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The dialer calls you first. If you don't answer, it calls five additional programmable numbers (friends, relatives or neighbors) until somebody picks up. When you answer, it plays a recorded message (in your words), letting you know that there is a possible burglary at your home. Press any key on the touchtone phone to listen in on your home. That way you can determine if there really is an emergency or if someone at home accidentally tripped the alarm. This state-of-the-art, wireless home security system will be the last security system you need!
  
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Model: SC12A
 
  
 
==Product Pages==
 
==Product Pages==
  
*[ftp://ftp.x10.com/pub/manuals/SC1200-OM.pdf Advanced SecuriLINK Console Product Manual]
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*[http://www.authinx.com/manuals/X10/SC1200-QSG.pdf Quick Setup Guide]
*[http://www.x10securitysystems.com/index.html Purchase]
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*[http://www.authinx.com/manuals/X10/SC1200.pdf Product Manual]
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*[http://www.x10.com/home-security.html Purchase]
 
*[http://www.x10community.com/forums/index.php?board=9.0 Forums]
 
*[http://www.x10community.com/forums/index.php?board=9.0 Forums]
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*[[SC12A Console|Voice Dialer Console Up Close (SC12A)]]
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQblu6ImqvI '''Setup Video''']
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==Specifications==
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;Power Supply: '''XM19A''' - 8V DC, 400 mA. Do not use any alternate power supply.
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;Backup Battery: 4 AA cells
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;Dimensions: 1 3/4" deep x 5 1/2" tall x 8 3/8" wide
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==Questions==
 
==Questions==
  
[ftp://ftp.x10.com/pub/manuals/SC1200-QSG.pdf Quick Setup Guide (PDF)]
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[[SecuriLINK Home Security System Troubleshooting|Why is my system not working?]]
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[[Setting the PIN|How do I set the PIN on my SecuriLINK console?]]
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[[Setting the Time|How do I set the time on my SecuriLINK console?]]
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[[Operation from an Outside Telephone|How can I use my phone to control the alarm and lights?]]
  
 
[[Power Horn Not Working|Why is my PowerHorn not working?]]
 
[[Power Horn Not Working|Why is my PowerHorn not working?]]
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[[Pets and Motion Sensors|Will my pet set off the motion sensor?]]
 
[[Pets and Motion Sensors|Will my pet set off the motion sensor?]]
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[[Hard Wired Console Inputs|How can I add a wired sensor to the console?]]
  
 
[[Setting Up an Outdoor Siren|Can I hook up an outdoor siren to my security system?]]
 
[[Setting Up an Outdoor Siren|Can I hook up an outdoor siren to my security system?]]
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[[Adding A Switch To A Door Sensor|How can I add an extra magnet switch to a Door/Window Sensor?]]
 
[[Adding A Switch To A Door Sensor|How can I add an extra magnet switch to a Door/Window Sensor?]]
  
[[Adding A Switch To A Door Sensor|Can I use another sensor with the Protector Plus, like a water level sensor? ]]
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[[Adding A Switch To A Door Sensor|Can I use another sensor with the SecuriLINK console, like a water level sensor? ]]
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[[Controlling Lamps with SecuriLINK|How do I use my Lamp Modules with my SecuriLINK console?]]
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[[Chiming: The difference between a Trouble Chime and a Arm with delay chime ("Max" setting)?|What is the difference between the 2 chimes I hear?]]
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[[SC1200 As A Personal Assistance Voice Dialer|How do I use my SecuriLINK console as a personal assistance voice dialer?]]
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[[Delay Between Dialed Numbers|How long before the dialer calls the next number if no one answers the phone?]]
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[[Resetting the Console|How do I perform a factory reset on the console?]]
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[[Remote and Sensor Limits|How many sensors and remote controls can I install into the console? ]]
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==Related Products==
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[[Security Systems]]
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[[SC1200-GSM|SecuriLINK GSM Home Security System]]
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[[DS12A|SMART Door/Window Sensor]]
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[[MS18A|SMART Motion Detector]]
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[[KR32A|SMART Security Keychain Remote]]
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[[Security Handheld Remote Control]]
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[[WD13A|Water Level Detector]]
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[[Protector Plus Wireless Voice Dialer Security System]]
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[[DS10A|Security Door/Window Sensor]]
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[[Security Motion Sensor]]
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[[Security Keychain Remote Control]]
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[[Personal Assistance Voice Dialer]]
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[[Robodog Barking Dog Alarm]]
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[[Lamp Modules]]
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[[Appliance Modules]]
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[[Wall Switch Modules]]
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[[Controlling Lamps with Protector Plus|How do I use my Lamp Modules with Protector Plus?]]
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[[category: Configuration]]
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[[category: Frequently asked questions]]
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[[category: Hardware]]
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[[category: Product Information]]
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[[category: Specifications]]
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[[category: Troubleshooting]]

Latest revision as of 18:42, 20 July 2015

SC1200: SecuriLINK Home Security System

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We've designed the SecuriLINK SMART Home Security System to be extremely easy to set-up, affordable, straightforward and without the hidden fees. When the console is triggered, it flashes your home's lights, blares a piercing 95 decibel siren (about as loud as a home stereo on max volume), and activates the voice dialer system.

The dialer calls you first. If you don't answer, it calls five additional programmable numbers (friends, relatives or neighbors) until somebody picks up. When you answer, it plays a recorded message (in your words), letting you know that there is a possible burglary at your home. Press any key on the touchtone phone to listen in on your home. That way you can determine if there really is an emergency or if someone at home accidentally tripped the alarm. This state-of-the-art, wireless home security system will be the last security system you need!


Product Pages


Specifications

Power Supply
XM19A - 8V DC, 400 mA. Do not use any alternate power supply.
Backup Battery
4 AA cells
Dimensions
1 3/4" deep x 5 1/2" tall x 8 3/8" wide


Questions

Why is my system not working?

How do I set the PIN on my SecuriLINK console?

How do I set the time on my SecuriLINK console?

How can I use my phone to control the alarm and lights?

Why is my PowerHorn not working?

Are your Voice Dialer products compatible with Voice over IP (Internet) phones?

Will my pet set off the motion sensor?

How can I add a wired sensor to the console?

Can I hook up an outdoor siren to my security system?

How do I add a PowerHorn siren to my system?

When I alarm the system in the Delay mode, is my siren supposed to make noise?

How can I make my remotes and sensors work farther from the console?

I have a double window or door; do I need to use two Door/Window Sensors?

How can I add an extra magnet switch to a Door/Window Sensor?

Can I use another sensor with the SecuriLINK console, like a water level sensor?

How do I use my Lamp Modules with my SecuriLINK console?

What is the difference between the 2 chimes I hear?

How do I use my SecuriLINK console as a personal assistance voice dialer?

How long before the dialer calls the next number if no one answers the phone?

How do I perform a factory reset on the console?

How many sensors and remote controls can I install into the console?



Related Products

Security Systems

SecuriLINK GSM Home Security System

SMART Door/Window Sensor

SMART Motion Detector

SMART Security Keychain Remote

Security Handheld Remote Control

Water Level Detector


Protector Plus Wireless Voice Dialer Security System

Security Door/Window Sensor

Security Motion Sensor

Security Keychain Remote Control


Personal Assistance Voice Dialer

Robodog Barking Dog Alarm


Lamp Modules

Appliance Modules

Wall Switch Modules