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Price includes full equipment supply, programming, and
installation to all Sydney suburbs
note: Agility 3 panels located in the vicinity of your
Agility Control Panel complete with IP Network Module
1 x Agility 2-Way LCD Keypad
2 x iWave 2-way wireless Pet sensors
2 x 4 button key fobs
Wireless Devices and panel batteries
Plug power pack to suit Agility Control Panel
Two year Manufacturers Warranty
Full programming all that needs doing is hardware
The Risco Agility 3 developed and manufactured in Israel
uses cutting-edge two-way wireless technology that provides both a secure
wireless encrypted network and alarm functions that are at the cutting edge of
Security technologies. The Agility radio panel and intelligent wireless devices
have a two-way open path of communication that allows for total control of
device states. This relationship allows for extended battery life as all
devices are shut down when the alarm is disarmed and woken up by the alarm
panel as soon as the system is armed. The important thing to remember with
two-way wireless is that the devices communicate with the Agility Panel, so the
system knows the exact state of the device at all times.
The Agility 3 stays connected to the Risco Cloud Server,
which is a secure server provided by Risco Group specifically for their
customers security functions. The Risco cloud acts as a 24/7 monitor of your
Risco Alarm System. If you have a burglar alarm, low battery, a system fault,
the cloud knows about it and acts according to your wishes. The iRisco
smartphone app installed on your phone receives information from the Risco
cloud that intern has come from your Agility 3 panel. Another great function
that the cloud provides is enabling your Agility security technician to program
new devices online instead of having to come to your home or business. This
ability saves both time and money for all parties. If you do have a fault arise
with the system, the Cloud also allows remote faultfinding by your Risco
The Risco EyeWave camera PIR's offer on the spot visual
verification of alarms, basically when the EyeWave detector picks up movement
it captures a series of snapshot pictures of what it was looking at when the
alarm triggered. The EyeWave can also be programmed to take pictures when other
devices are going into alarm. An example of this is a back door to a house with
a reed switch on it going into alarm when opened and triggering a
series of snapshots from the EyeWave PIR that looks at it. These pictures get
sent through the Risco cloud to your smartphone utilizing a push notification
that wakes up your iRisco app containing the images giving you instant
verification of what caused the alarm.
The modular design of the Agility 3 system allows for
self-installation. All devices have a bracket that needs to be physically
installed then the Risco device just clip on. You don't need to open devices
with little screwdrivers etc. Changing batteries is simple you only need to
unclip the device off its bracket and access the battery lid cover to change
By adding extra modules to your Agility panel, other
functions can be attained. I encourage you to read through the listed features
below to learn more about the Agility 3 capabilities. It is a remarkable piece
32 x Wireless zones maximum capability: every wireless
device that gets added to the system takes up input. Examples of devices are
smoke detectors, reed switches, glass breaks, camera PIR's, etc
4 x hard wired Zones and four hard wired outputs available
with an Input/ Output module: If an input/ output expansion module,
P/N RW132I040AUH is fitted it will allow 4 x wired devices and 4 x wired
output devices connected to the system. This module is perfect for retrofitting
an existing wired alarm system to the Agility panel. The Modules location where
the current alarm systems position. The existing wired inputs connected to the
modules input terminals and the currently wired sirens and strobes attached to
the modules output terminals. The I/O module then communicates with the Agility
Panel wirelessly allowing the central panel located in a different location.
3 x Partitions: Partitions described as different
physical areas. What you're doing is adding a zone to a partition and
programming that zone to enact an action if it is triggered when that
particular Area is armed or disarmed.) These partitions allow their physical
areas in the one building to act differently, i.e., one area armed, say a safe
vault in a club and the primary function area disarmed.
8 x EyeWave Wireless PIR Cameras: The Two-Way EyeWave
wireless cameras sends a series of snapshot photo of what they're on board
passive infrared movement detector seen to trigger the alarm. The pictures are
sent directly to your smartphone as a push notification through Risco's phone
app" iRisco" available for Android and iPhone. The
pictures are also held at Risco's cloud server to be accessed after the event
32 x User pin codes: 32 individual user codes are
programmable into the system and monitored for activity if required
8 x Remote Controls either four button or 8 buttons: The
four button remotes used for arming and disarming plus home automation
functions such as garage door operation, The eight button keyfob has the same
abilities with the added function of knowing the status of the alarm system.
3 x Keypads LCD or Slimline Outdoor/ Indoor
3 x Totally Wireless Sirens / Strobes capacity, both Indoor
and Outdoor types available
X-10: Supported with I/O Expander: X10 is a
communication standard for home automation
250 Alarm event history
3 x Alarm Receiving Centre: control room monitoring
16 x Follow-me destinations: this is the amount of
self-monitoring accounts, i.e., have 16 different smartphones sent pictures too
Communication modules available PSTN, IP, and GSM/GPRS in
PSTN: Allows connection to the Telstra copper phone
line network. Using this communication mode allows the Agility 3 to connect to
a monitoring center through CID connection. It also allows domestic dial for
self-monitoring, the Domestic dial is if there is an alarm the Agility 3 will
dial your mobile phone when you answer the voice module will tell you which
zone is in alarm. The PSTN module also allows two-way voice communication
through the agility three panel. Meaning you can call the panel, it will
answer, and you can talk to whoever caused the alarm. The app functions aren't
available through a PSTN module
IP: This module allows connection to your business or
home's internet connection including all connection types Copper phone line
ADSL, NBN Network, Cable Internet and satellite Internet. The two-way voice
communication function isn't available through the IP module as this role
requires a dialler or only a number to call. All other features become enabled
with this monitoring module.
GSM/GPRS: This module offers the full functionality of
the Risco visual verification system. The two-way voice communication function
is also available through the GSM/GPRS module. I should note that this
communication option offers the most secure connection for monitoring as the
other two modules have the downside that the communication line into your
property can tamper with to disable monitoring whereas the wireless option
ensures the messages will get out.
Monitoring Centre Reporting formats: Contact ID,
SIA level 2 & 3 (text support),Receiver, SIA IP (with encryption), IP/GSM,
Programming Methods: The most significant ability with
the Agility 3 is that the end user doesn't need ever to do any programming once
the Agility systems connected to the cloud it can be managed by your security
supplier. If you want to add extra devices to the system, it's only a matter of
ordering the part as the new device can be programmed and configured through
the Risco Cloud by your Risco security supplier. The Agility panel will also
inform your Risco security technician of any system issues that arise in the
future so your system will always be functional. The Agility 3 can also be
programmed locally using RS232 for Configuration Software, local using LCD
8 x programmable Automated schedules: set/unset or
End user features
Smartphone apps and web browser for visual verification of
arm/disarm control and monitor the system.
Events and images notification by email
Event notification and remote control by SMS.
Audio: Voice event messaging, touch-tone control with
full voice menu guide, two-way audio for listen-in and speak in allows you to
have a conversation with whoever caused the alarm note: only available with
GSM/ GPRS and PSTN comms modules.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is The Risco Agility 3 manufactured?
Ans: The Agility three's made in Israel.
How long do the batteries in the wireless devices last?
Ans: Risco states that the batteries will last two
years under normal operating conditions.
Can someone watch us from the indoor PIR Cameras?
Ans: The first thing to note is that due to the two-way
wireless network these cameras turn off when the alarm systems disarmed.
Secondly, these PIR cameras can't be accessed for live view at any time. The
only way they work is if a system user was to trigger a series of snapshot
photo's sent to their phone through the iRisco app.
How much data is the Agility system going to use my data
The Agility system uses around 10kb per day that is nothing
and won't affect either your broadband Internet or a 3G sim card plan. The only
thing to be careful of is that some of the cheaper sim cards have the best data
amounts for money but charge a minimum of 1mb for every transmission.
Which Could use a lot of data as the Agility only sends and receives small
packets of data, but it does it a lot.