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Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System

Fully Supervised Wireless Alarm Control System with Partitioning
  • High-end, modular design with LCD-based user interface - Self contained, no need for external boxes
  • Supports up to 3 partitions and multiple common areas (optional)
  • Event reporting to: monitoring stations, SMS messages, e-mail, web apps, mobile and landline phones
  • Two-way PowerCode RF system with diversity antenna enables support for Visonic's two-way sirens and two-way keyfobs for instant feedback from the system
  • Internal or external power supply
  • Elder care application
  • 28 wireless zones with additional 2 hardwired ports, 1 siren port and 1 PGM port
  • Up to 72 hours battery backup
  • Supports 8 user codes
  • Full compliance with most international standards including FCC, EN50131 Grade 2 and more
  • Communicates over a land phone line
  • Integrated X10 interface for optional home automation control (requires the use of an X10 PSC04 or PSC05 module, no longer available on Smarthome.com)

Item #: 73903P

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  • What's Included
  • Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System is an all-in-one wireless home security system that brings an entirely new level of versatility, connectivity and style to the world of home security. It lets homeowners view and control their homes from anywhere via any web browser or mobile phone, delivering ease of use and reliability, in an elegant, contemporary design.

    The Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System's intelligent, professional grade architecture delivers exceptionally robust performance, starting with a fast and easy installation and setup. With its built-in PSTN communicator and X-10 home control interface, and the ability to add internal GSM/GPRS or Broadband IP communications modules, it offers users and installers outstanding flexibility: homeowners can select the home security system that matches their requirements and budget; and service providers gain the perfect platform for offering web-based security solutions.

    Your system is equipped with a partitioning feature (only in a Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Partition system) that can divide your alarm system into four distinct areas identified as Partition 1 through 4. Partitioning can be used in installations where shared security systems are more practical, such as a home office or warehouse building. When partitioned, each zone, each user code and many of your system's features can be assigned to Partition 1 to 4. Note that proximity tags are not compatible for use when partition is enabled.

    Adding the unique internal PowerLink module turns Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System into a fully managed web-based security and home control solution. This solution includes real-time camera surveillance and home control, alarm time image verification, mobile phone and email event notifications, and much more. Homeowners can be logged in to the system via any web browser.

    Breeze through installation using intuitive menus and voice prompts. Reduce training time and customer support with the icon-based keypad and audio/visual system status notifications.

    Note: The Visonic MKP-150 Wireless 2-Way Keypad will not function properly when enabling the partitioning feature of this product.

    Also available with Internal GSM
    Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System with Internal GSM

    The Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System includes an optional partition feature. Partitioning allows you to have up to four independently controllable areas with different user codes assigned to each partition. Partitions provide highly flexible control in premises where multiple areas need to be monitored or secured independently. A partition can be armed or disarmed regardless of the status of the other partitions within the system. For example, you can define the garage as partition 1, the basement as partition 2, the house as partition 3 and a safe as partition 4. Since each partition is independent of other partitions, you can arm or disarm each partition as desired without altering the states of the other partitions. Therefore, while arming or disarming your home this will not interfere with the safe that you desire to arm most of the time. It can also be used in a residential or office building with multiple tenants, as it can be setup to allow each resident or multiple business offices to arm their area separately.

    You can control X10 compatible devices in X10 mode; please note however, X10 control requires the use of an X10 PSC04 or PSC05 module, no longer available on Smarthome.com.

    Smarthome SecureLinc users: The Smarthome SELECT SecureLinc 2 Wireless Home Security System is a direct replacement for the popular SecureLinc system. This panel works with all accessories that are compatible with SecureLinc.

    Visonic is producing this product for Smarthome under the SecureLinc name. Current inventory has the Visonic logo and PowerMax branding.

    Want Wireless Surveillance as Well?

    Wireless IP CameraIf you'd like to add a wireless surveillance camera to your home as well, we recommend the Smarthome Wireless IP Camera, sold separately, to provide maximum security. Smarthome also offers an Outdoor Wireless IP Camera.




  • Specifications
    Manufacturer Smarthome
    Brand SELECT
    Manufacturer Product No. 73903P
    UPC 813922011654
    Zones Number 28 wireless, 2 hardwired (zones 29 & 30)
    Hardwired Zone Requirements 2.2 K Ohms E.O.L. resistance (max. resistance of wires 220 Ohms)
    Zone Types Interior follower, interior, perimeter, perimeter follower, delay 1, delay 2, 24h silent, 24h audible, fire, non-alarm, emergency, gas, flood, temperature and home / delay.
    User Codes 8 codes, 4 digits each (9999 different combinations). Code 0000 is not allowed
    Display Single line, Backlit 16-character LCD
    Arming Modes AWAY, HOME, AWAY-INSTANT, HOMEINSTANT, LATCHKEY, FORCED, BYPASS
    Alarm Types Silent alarm, siren alarm or sounder (internal) alarm, in accordance with zone attributes
    Siren (bell) Timeout Programmable
    Internal Sounder Output At least 85 dBA at 10 feet (3 meters)
    Supervision Programmable time frame for inactivity alert
    X-10 Compatible Electronic devices used for home automation (up to fifteen X-10 units)
    Data Retrieval Status, alarm memory, trouble, event log
    Programming Local and Remote Programming over Telephone, GSM /GPRS connections

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    Review of 73903P Review by VIJAY
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    They have made it very complex to set this up.

    Posted on 6/22/2014

    Review of 73903P Review by J
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    I spent over $900 for this system and various components about a year and a half ago. It worked fairly well for a while, but then the system had a complete meltdown.

    I contacted Visonic for help, but since the system only has a year warranty, they couldn't help me. I then tried contacting Smarthome, and they're taking their time getting back to me.

    I definitely do not recommend this system. I have a Computer Science degree, so I like to think I'm at least a little technical, but the manual was still extremely confusing and convoluted, and it was missing important information that I ended up having to research on the internet. I never was able to get certain features working.

    Posted on 6/9/2014

    Review of 73903P Review by PAUL
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    This is a great system, HOWEVER, I had a problem when installing it and I called Smarthome. The technical person told me they don't support technical problems on this item. He told me it is meant to be installed by a professional installer. Too bad they don't tell you that before you buy it. I called the company that built it and they only supply technical information to professional installers. Athough this is a nice unit that will do about everything be prepared to figure out technical issuses by yourself.

    Posted on 2/23/2014

    Review of 73903P Review by Burned
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    I have had the Powermax Pro for about 4 years, I had the Powermax + prior. Just as most other reviewers say, the system setup works but is convoluted, the installation manual has steps out of sequence for example turning the system on is cited prior to completing all the required hardware mechanical steps. This problem, among others, results in better experience for those who read the complete manual end to end prior to actually starting to do anything. The instructions for connecting sensors, setting parameters, etc. arcane, but they do work if you read the instructions carefully and follow/understand the flow charted figures. However, the most serious problem I have had with all Visonic components is fragility. None of the products I've had from Visonic have been reliable. While at first they function as advertised, over time the system exhibits odd behavior won't accept instructions, sporadic alarms, etc. eventually parts fail and are difficult/impossible to replace because they are no longer in production. The weakest part of the Visonic product line are their telephone and internet connections. Once the Ethernet port fails, you are SOL and must purchase a new upgrade to your alarm system. If you enjoy the challenge of assembling security alarms and enjoy being required to upgrade, then a Visonic product is fine for you. But if you expect whatever you set up to last for a long time, you should probably seek another product.

    Posted on 10/29/2013

    Review of 73903P Review by WILLIAM
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    Unit has a fair amount of features. User interface takes a while to understand when setting up. Manuals are helpful, but this is an area in need of improvement. Unit is quite thick and limits the placement. Functionally everything works well.

    Posted on 4/13/2013

    Review of 73903P Review by bill
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    had for a couple of weeks- didnt find installation too difficult- took a 1/2 day to read the manual and sync with the sensors. but i do have an ancient degree in computer engineering. you will have to read the manual on this! there is no such thing as the quick start. Also it programs like a 5-10 year old phone- lots of key clicks to get to the right place. Basic in that you have two steps -1 sync the sensors and then 2 identify them and decide on the arming or type sensor they are. The only issue I had was that you have to close the window sensors after putting in the battery because they have a tamper sensor in them and it will interfere with the syncing...works in a large house across three stories.
    I have it on the phone line but have bought the internet connection but have not installed that yet. So far seems to work great. The other issue I have is I bought a keypad panel because the main alarm is in the same box as the included keypad and you dont want that on the main entry wall... so add 100$
    I am not trying to use the x10 or any exotic cameras, just want to get connected to an alarm monitor but have been testing myself for a couple of weeks first

    Posted on 1/10/2013

    Review of 73903P Review by rob
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    i just set this system up with alarm relay they now have ip monotoring, i got rid of my phone line becasue i thought i had to keep it for the system. the have an arim that wouks of my internet box. have had no problems with this since. great reliable system.

    Posted on 1/7/2013

    Review of 73903P Review by JAVIER
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    Excelent kit

    Posted on 12/23/2012

    Review of 73903P Review by D
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    This isn't worth the hassle. I'd send it back but since I've already installed the sensors and spent several hours trying to get it to work I don't want to spend any more time putting it back together for a return. I bought this with the IP module because it was SUPPOSED to email me security alerts which it doesn't. The documentation is terrible and I was told by Smarthome that it would cost me $25 to talk with a Visonic support rep. I don't want an old security system that uses phone lines for communication, I want one that uses IP since it affords so many more options. THIS CAN'T DO IT. The IP module is absolute crap. I've setup and installed a half dozen security systems and this is by far the worst. I was looking for a cheaper alternative to an ELK system my favorite but the few hundred dollars I saved isn't worth the extra hassle.

    Posted on 6/1/2012

    Review of 73903P Review by J.Feyt
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    Excellent website, product line and technical data

    Posted on 3/25/2012

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    • One (1) Smarthome SecureLinc 2 Console
    • 2x - Door / Window Transmitters
    • 2x - Proximity Tag
    • 1x - Keyfob
    • 1x - Wireless Motion Detector
    • 2x - Lithium Battery
    • 1x - Ni-MH Backup Battery
    • 1x - AC Adapter
    • 1x - Phone Jack
    • 1x - Ethernet Cable
    • 2x - Ribbon Cables

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