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Leviton Security & Automation Omni Adds E-mail Notifier Module

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HAI/Leviton Omni E-mail Notifier ModuleYou can receive automatic email and text alerts when an alarm occurs at home by adding the HAI/Leviton Omni E-mail Notifier Module to your Leviton Omni or Lumina system. No fees are required. Simply plug the module into your controller’s RS-232 port for reliable notifications regarding your home and property.

  • Stores up to 100 custom alert messages
  • Sends alerts to up to 8 email addresses
  • No service fees or contracts
  • Plug and play for Omni or Lumina systems

See It Here:
www.homecontrols.com/Leviton-Omni-E-mail-Notifier-Module-LV20A301

Once installed, the E-mail Notifier Module allows you to create up to 100 custom messages of up to 160 characters each. These messages can be linked with individual alarm events. For example, you could create a specific message to let you know when a front door sensor is triggered. All programming is easily accomplished using PC Access setup software.

The module supports up to eight email addresses, allowing multiple authorized users to receive alerts. You can even place filters on different email addresses to direct specific messages to different people.

Compatibility

The E-mail Notifier Module is compatible with current OmniPro II, Omni IIe, Omni LTe, Lumina Pro, and Lumina systems. It can also be integrated into a legacy Leviton automation system by way of RS-232 and an Ethernet connection.

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